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1901 Hungary Tradesman Workbook

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General Description:

Bound book documenting Tradesman/Craftsman's work assignments including apprenticeships.  At first glance, it appears very much like a passport.  Includes a physical description of the individual, work assignments and detailed rules and regulations.

  

INSIDE FRONT COVER 

PAGE 1 - Workbook Cover.  Tradesman's name is intentionally obscured.

PAGE 2

Issued 1901, November 30

Szuletesi Birthplace:
Kozseg Town: Kukujevci
megye (kerulet): County: Srijem (Szerem)
orszag Country: Hlorvath (Croatia)

 

Illetekessegi helye: Administrative location:
kozseg: Town: Parabuty
megye: County: Bacs-Bodrog
orszag: Country  Hungary

Signature, date and seal of county official.

PAGE 3

height short
face round
eyes (szeme) - blonde (?)
nose, mouth - regular
hair - brown
occupation - woodworker-journeyman (cabinet maker or joiner)

PAGE 4-5

Work Assignments

Row 1 contains an apprenticeship (column 3).  column (1) seems to be the name of the employer, which I have difficulty reading.  Column 8 is the name of the company official, Jakab Tarkovskzy, a woodworking master.  This was done sometime in 1901, can't read the month, but the day is "1"

PAGE 34-48

Work Rules and Regulations

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 Credit and thanks to Jean Helbrecht

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