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Browse the gallery below for all the images and audio related to the stories of Hamilton's Nine Hour League. Click on an item to see an enlarged image with description or to play the audio clip.
A black and white illustration of a banner proclaiming “relaxation gives dignity to our labour.” The banner appears to be blowing in the wind.
The cover of the Canadian Illustrated News from June 8 1872 depicts the parade of workers on May 15th 1872. There are dozens of spectators watching from the sidewalks as the parade of hundreds of workers carry large banners and flags through the centre of the street.
An illustrated map of Hamilton with Burlington Bay to the south and Victoria Park to the east. The map includes a new illustration of the circular route of the Nine-Hour League Parade, beginning in the east and looping back to the east.
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