In the decade of the 1920s, Unions suffered a decline in membership nationwide. In fact, the total membership during this period went from 5.1 million to 3.5 million members. But locally the record shows that Local 455 was able to maintain its membership. This was widely due to the construction of the NSP High Bridge Power Plant, which started in 1924 and also the start of construction of the Ford Motor Assembly Plant in February of 1925.

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