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The following appears in Anarchy Archives thanks to FLA, the Federacion Libertaria Argentina and their project, Biblioteca-Archivo de Estudios Libertarios

EL SOL. Diario obrero de la mañana. Buenos Aires.

Esta publicación es del mismo grupo editor que "La Plebe". Contiene artículos sobre la FOU de Uruguay, sobre la lucha de los trabajadores rurales de Santa Cruz momentos antes de la masacre de la Patagonia, noticias de diversos gremios como peluqueros, carpinteros, choferes, navales, construcción, comercio, carniceros, ferroviarios y metalúrgicos y una nota propiciando la unidad del movimiento obrero. Su redacción se ubicaba en la calle Cabildo 2264.

Ubicación: caja Argentina Anarcos.

  • 1921, julio. Año I, nº 13.

EL SOL. Morning Newspaper for Workers. Buenos Aires.

This publication was published by the same group that published "The Populace". It contains articles on the FOU of Uruguay, on the fight of the rural workers of the Holy Cross moments before the massacre of the Patagonia, news of diverse occupations such as barbers, carpenters, chauffeurs, naval, construction, commerce, butchers, railway and metallurgical workers, and also a note favoring the unity of the workers' movement. Its editing was located at city Hall street 2264.

Location: box Argentina Anarcos.

1921, July. Year I, nº 13.

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