(10 classifications) (10 resources)

Classification
AFL-CIO - American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (8)
AFSCME - American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (23)
AFT (19)
ILGWU - International Ladies Garment Workers Union (1)
IWW - Industrial Workers of the World (13)
Newspaper Guild (7)
SEIU - Service Employees International Union (16)
UAW - United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America International Union (186)
UFW - United Farm Workers of America (3)
WFM - Western Federation of Miners (11)



 
Resources:
Alexander Nelson Oral History Interview
Topics include his grandparents coming from Norway; moving first to Hancock and then to Calumet, Mich.; different ethnic groups; the 1913 strike; the Italian Hall disaster; the YMCA; Fourth of July...
Arthur B. Erickson Oral History Interview
Topics include personal history; Pelkie and Baraga, Mich.; William Pelkie; Baraga physician Romulus S. Buckland; cabbage as the area's biggest cash crop; the produce trade; the Mineral Range...
Charles Hohl Oral History Interview
Topics include being the oldest living alumnus of Michigan Tech; copper mines and mining; the 1913 strike; ethnic relations; medical care for miners; geological work; World War I and the mining...
Frank Ellis Oral History
Interview conducted by the Minnesota Historical Society recounting Ellis’s involvement with the IWW and Packinghouse Workers in Minnesota in the early part of the twentieth century. Also includes a...
Joseph Billups Oral History
Joseph Billups was one of the earliest black members of UAW Ford Local 600. In this interview Billups discusses pre-UAW auto unionism, black and left-wing activities, and Detroit during the...
Rogers Carlisle Oral History
misc events
Vera Snider Crandell Oral History
Vincent Sombrotto Oral History
Interview with Mike Smith covering his personal life and career with National Association of Letter Carriers, especially his leadership, as New York City branch president, of the 1970 wildcat strike...
W.M. “Jack” Anderson Oral History
Interview about Anderson’s experiences as the first president of UAW Local 645 in Dallas, TX.
Wyndham Mortimer Oral History
Interview conducted as part of the Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles.

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