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Joe Ozanic (on right) and another man sitting in a cart at the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Joseph Ozanic was a Progressive Mine Workers of America Activist and Officer.
Ceremony at Miners Cemetary, Mt. Olive, Illinois.  First row, left to right 1)- 4)Unknown; 5)August Schoppman, Mayor of Mt. Olive; 6)William Green, AFL President; 7)Joe Ozanic, PMW President; 8)Bill Kack, previous president, PMW Dist. 1; 9)John McCann, board member, PMA Dist. 1; 10)Unknown 11)Bill Compton, Vice Pres. Dist. 1.;  2nd row 1)Unknown; 2)Mike Engleman, Mt. Olive Miner; 3)George Simbger, miner and Virden Massacre Veteran; 4)Unknown; 5)Unknown; 6)Hansen, Mt. Olive miner; 7)Matt Yurkovich, Mt. Olive miner; 8)Nick Piluga, Mt. Olive miner; 9 Bush Miller, Mt. Olive miner.
Five men in front of I.B.E.W. Headquarters.  'Left to right: Jerry Gray, Asst. Bus-Mgr-IBEW Local 1141-Okla City; Oscar Pennington, Fin-Sec'y-Local 1141, Okla City; Raymond Duke, Bus-Manager, IBEW Local 1141-Okla City; Forrest Conlley, Int'l-Rep-IBEW, 7th Dist-Fortworth, Tex.; Me-Gumpo;  All these guys cooperating with me nicely and helping every way they can - but which due to them having their own work full time for their own local union cant do very much with me, except let me use their office anyway I want to, hold my mail for me from the Washington office, put me in touch with places I need to know, and how to find certain places and people, etc, etc-all of which helps a lot.  Duke and his wife did an awful lot of work for me helping out on my Open House Deal - buying the groceries and making the coffee and serving the people as they came in.  I appreciate it a lots.'
'From Wide World Photos. Please use credit. AFL opens war on Lewis' miners. The newly chartered Progressive Miners Union, American Federation of Labor organization, opened their office here today as the first stop in the AFL campaign against John L. Lewis' CIO organization stronghold. Head of the new union is Joe Ozanic, sppointed last week in Washington by William Groon, AFL president. Photo shows Joe Ozanic, head of the Progressive Miners Union, at his Chicago office. With him is his 19-year-old daughter, Evelyn, who is also his private secretary.'
Joe Ozanic seated in a chair and speaking.
Joe Ozanic seated in a chair and speaking.
Side view of Joe Ozanic seated in a chair and speaking.
Side view of Joe Ozanic seated in a chair and speaking.
Unidentified man with sunglasses on seated at a table.
Side view of Joe Ozanic seated in a chair and holding a cigarette.
Joe Ozanic seated in a chair, holding a cigarette, and speaking.
Joe Ozanic as a young man and two other children pose for a picture.
Couple standing in front of a monument at the miner's cemetery.
Joe is wearing a miner's cap.
Joe is wearing a miner's hat with a lamp attached.
Side view of Joe Ozanic sitting with a miners cap on.
'Erected and dedicated by the Progressive Miners of America and the Women's Auxiliary in the Memory of Mary 'Mother' Jones and their Union martyrs.'
'Erected and dedicated by the Progressive Miners of America and the Women's Auxiliary in the Memory of Mary 'Mother' Jones and their Union martyrs.'
Group portrait of Joe Ozanic (right), Sam Yurkovich (middle, standing), and John Byots (left).
Joe Ozanic riding a bucking Long Horn Bull.
Joe Ozanic sitting on a rock on a hillside.
Joe Ozanic standing in front of fenced in memorial/grave.
Joe Ozanic standing in front of building with a flag on the roof top.
Joe Ozanic riding a bucking longhorn steer.
Joe Ozanic leans forward with his arms extended on a pony at Lookout Mountain near Denver, Colorado.
Joe Ozanic riding a pony.
Joe Ozanic standing with arm around boy, tree in the background. Photograph from Joe Ozanic scrapbook.
Six men sitting on the ground 'waiting for Keeney - at Chathamsville, W.Va.' Photograph from Joe Ozanic scrapbook.
A close race for Union men, including Joe Ozanic (Fourth from left)eating watermelon. Photograph from Joe Ozanic scrapbook.
Four women and one man standing behind a car. Photograph from Joe Ozanic scrapbook.
Election card reading:  'Vote for Joe Ozanic Mt. Olive, Illinois.  Democratic Candidate for State Central Committeeman Twenty-First Congressional District (Snagamon, Christian, Montgomery, and Macoupin Counties) Democratic Primary April 10, 1934, First Name on Ballot.  Ex-Service Man, Member Co. A 97th, Engineers, World War.  Life Time Actice Trade Unionist.'  Under portrait reads: 'Your Vote and Support Respectfully Solicited.' Photograph from Joe Ozanic scrapbook.