This is a nice find, from the Irish Municipal Employees’ Trade Union, 1942.
The back of the leaflet was clearly used in 1942 by someone dealing with union finances, as it is littered with figures and sums.
Union members are encouraged to attend a commemoration in memory of Connolly on May Day, and also to show up a demonstration on the 3rd of May, “…to participate along with other Trade Unions in procession, which will leave STEPHEN’S GREEN at 12.15 pm”
Of all places, it showed up recently in the books of the Dublin Fire Brigade Union, loaned to the DFB Museum. The things that show up in books eh?