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" No, he will keep him there until the superintendent says, "You must not keep that boy there any longer; you are doing him an injustice." In order to avoid such a condition of affairs, I felt that we should have a superintendent of apprentices, a man whose... "
The Apprenticeship Bulletin - Page 8
1907
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Engineers and Engineering, Volumes 19-20

1902
...fifty who can take a boy and who can say to himself, "That boy is perfect on that work; here, give him another planer; there is no use keeping that boy...apprentices — a man whose business was to look after the apprentices not only in the shop, but out of the shop — a man who would see that he is taken care...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor, Volume 17

United States. Bureau of Labor - 1902
...fifty who can take a boy and who can say to himself, "That boy is perfect on that work; here, give him another planer; there is no use keeping that boy...an injustice." In order to avoid such a condition ot affairs, I felt that we should have a superintendent of apprentices, a man whose business was to...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor

United States. Bureau of Labor - 1902
...fifty who can take a boy and who can say to himself, "That boy is perfect on that work; here, give him another planer; there is no use keeping that boy...No, he will keep him there until the superintendent saj-s, " You must not keep that boy there any longer; you are doing him an injustice." In order to...
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Trade Unionism and Labor Problems

John Rogers Commons - 1905 - 628 pages
...fifty who can take a boy and who can say to himself, " That boy is perfect on that work ; here, give him another planer ; there is no use keeping that...superintendent of apprentices, a man whose business should be to look after the apprentices not only in the shop but out of the shop, a man who would see...
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The Apprenticeship System, Volume 37

Charles Felton Pidgin - 1906 - 85 pages
...fifty who can take a boy and who can say to himself, " That boy is perfect on that work ; here, give him another planer ; there is no use keeping that...apprentices, a man whose business was to look after the apprentices, not only in the shop but out of the shop — a man who would see that he is taken care...
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