Music: Pride at Denver

Four hundred musicians filed quietly out of Denver's Coliseum one day last week. They carried no instruments, for they had not been practicing their art. They had been discussing their business. Without the accompaniment of music they had just completed an annual convention of the American Federation of Musicians. Their faces were not gay for, though they had convened long and intensely, little had been accomplished toward bringing about musical employment for their 35,000 jobless fellow members (TIME, May 27).

Leading them through the trying days...

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