1. Conners, William R. A History of the Bricklayers and Mason’s Local Union No. 13, Madison, Wis. n.p.:Bricklayers, Masons and Plasterers International Union of America?; 1976. 30 p. Notes: This local union traces its organizational history in Madison, Wisconsin, back to 1867, when the Wisconsin State Legislature passed an act of incorporation for the “Bricklayer and Mason Association of Madison” [sic]. By 1892 the local union was known as the “Bricklayers and Masons Union of Madison” [sic], and on February 14, 1903 was officially recognized with a charter as Local 13 from the “Bricklayers and Masons’ International Union” [sic]. The author makes a point of explaining that at the time of publication, “Local No. 13 Wisconsin is not comprised of only Bricklayers, but also included in its membership are Stone Masons, Tile Layers, Terrazzo Workers, Block Layers, and Cleaners, Pointers, and Caulkers” (p. 7). The bulk of this history is devoted to the notable events mentioned in the minutes kept of the local’s meetings for the period from 1916 through 1967.The image of the seal of the “American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976” appears on the outside of the back cover of this pamphlet.