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 Labor

  • 000282 George, Henry Condition of labor: an open letter to Pope Leo XIII. New York Sterling 1894
  • 000283 Labour year book. London Labour Party 1924
  • 000284 Workers Party For a labor party: recent revolutionary changes in Amer. politics New York Workers Party 1922
  • 000285 Foster, William Z. Bankruptcy of the American labor movement. Chicago Trade Union Educational League 1922?
  • 000287 Henderson, Arthur League of Nations and Labour. London Oxford University Press 1918
  • 000288 Blanshard, Paul Labor in southern cotton mills. New York New Republic 1927
  • 000289 Henderson, Arthur Aims of Labour. New York B.W. Huebsch 1918
  • 000290 Moskatov, P.G. Draft of model rules for trade unions. Moscow Foreign Languages Pub. House 1938
  • 000291 Childs, Morris H. Illinois needs a farmer-labor party. Chicago Workers Literature Distrib. 1936
  • 000300 Churchill, Winston International Association for Labour Legislation: Speeches London Garden City Press 1910
  • 000301 Tanner, Jack Allied labor unity vital to victory now. New York AFL Trade Unionists 1942
  • 000302 Engels, Frederick Britishf labor movement. New York International Publishers 1934
  • 000304 Trotsky, Leon Leon Trotsky on the Labor Party. New York Labor Publications, Inc. 1972
  • 000305 Fox, Jay Amalgamation. Chicago Trade Union Educational League 1923?
  • 000306 Muste, A.J. Which party for the American Worker? New York Workers Party of the U.S. 1935
  • 000307 U.S. Dept. of Labor. National Apprenticeship Program. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1952
  • 000308 U.S. Dept. of Labor Apprenticeship, past and present. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1952
  • 000309 Brown, Leo Cyril Impact of the new labor law on union-management relations. St. Louis St. Louis University 1948
  • 000310 Muste, A.J. Automobile industry and organized labor. Baltimore, Md. Christian Social Justice Fund 1934?
  • 000311 Russia after ten years: report of the American Trade Union Deleg. New York International Publishers 1927
  • 000312 Lovestone, Jay Blood and steel: an exposure of the 12-hour day in the steel ind. New York Workers Party of America 1923?
  • 000313 Weisbord, Albert Passaic: the story of a struggle against starvation wages... Chicago Daily Worker Publishing Co. 1926?
  • 000314 Dunn, Robert W. American company unions: a study of employee representation plans Chicago Trade Union Educational League 1926?
  • 000315 Bauer, Kasper Watchman, what of the night? Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 194-?
  • 000316 Preis, Art Jobs for all! A fighting program for labor. New York Pioneer Publishers 1945
  • 000319 American Foundation for Abundance Abundance for all: a program for plenty, progress, peace. Oklahoma City AFA 1939?
  • 000320 Trotsky, Leon Trade unions in the epoch of imperialist decay. Bombay Spark Syndicate 193-?
  • 000321 Aldred, Guy A. John MacLean, martyr of the class struggle. Glasgow Bakunin Press 1921
  • 000322 Walstad, Julius American farmer sees the Soviet Union. Philadelphia Farmers' Natl. Committee 1935?
  • 000323 Lozovsky, Alexis Role of the labor unions in the Russian Revolution. New York Union Publishing Association 192-?
  • 000324 Lovestone, Jay Labor lieutenants of American imperialism. New York Daily Worker Publishing Co. 192-?
  • 000352 Resol. & decisions 1st Intl. Cong. of Rev. Trade & Industr. Unions Chicago Voice of Labor 1921
  • 000354 Forward march of American labor. New York League for Indust. Democracy 1945
  • 000355 Historical catechism of American unionism. Chicago IWW 193-?
  • 000356 Wolman, Leo Industry-wide bargaining. New York Found. for Econ. Education 1948
  • 000517 Shachtman, Max Sacco and Vanzetti: labor's martyrs. New York International Labor Defense 1927
  • 000521 Weinstone, William Case against David Dubinsky. New York New Century Publishers 1946
  • 000522 Foster, William Z. Problems of organized labor today. New York New Century Publishers 1946
  • 000526 Howard, Sidney Labor spy: a survey of industrial espionage. New York Republic Printing Co. 1921
  • 000527 Perlman, Selig Labor in the New Deal decade. New York ILGWU 1945
  • 000541 Hass, Eric John L. Lewis exposed. New York New York Labor News Co. 1937
  • 000545 Amter, I. May Day 1941. New York Workers Library Publishers 1941
  • 000546 De Leon, Daniel Burning question of trades unionism. New York New York Labor News Co. 1934
  • 000557 U.S. Dept. of Labor Brief history of the American labor movement. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1957
  • 000558 Nearing, Scott World labor unity. New York Social Science Publishers 1926
  • 000559 Grigg, Joseph W. Workers' resolve: an interview with W.A. Appleton London T. Fisher Unwin 1917
  • 000560 Dunne, William F. Supreme Court's challenge to labor. New York Workers Library Publishers 193-
  • 000595 DeBernardi, G.B. Trials and triumph of labor. Independence, Missouri Labor Exchange Association 1895
  • 000597 Losovsky, A. World's trade union movement. Chicago Trade Union Educational League 1924
  • 000598 MacDonald, Lois Worker and government. New York Affiliated School for Workers 1935
  • 000618 Ohio State Federation of Labor Report of the officers to the Special Convention. Columbus, Ohio Ohio State Fed. of Labor 1958
  • 000619 Sherry, Gerard E. Farm labor problems (the anguish of Delano) Fresno, Calif. Central California Register 1968?
  • 000620 Cole, Jane Reminiscence of forty-one years of factory life. Medina, Ohio s.n. 1924
  • 000675 Ellis, Fred Case of Sacco and Vanzetti in cartoons from the Daily Worker. New York Daily Worker 1927
  • 000676 Labor scrap book. Chicago Charles H. Kerr 1918
  • 000680 Read what the United Packinghouse Workers has done for YOU. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1947?
  • 000692 Myers, Robin Louisiana story, 1964: the sugar system & the plantation workers. New York Natl. Adv. Comm. on Farm Labor 1965
  • 000699 Lewis, John L. Testimony of John L. Lewis before the House of Representatives... Washington, D.C. Labor's Non-Partisan League 1947
  • 000700 Samuel Gompers, a biography by Bernard Mandel (Sales brochure) Yellow Springs, Ohio Antioch Press 196-?
  • 000701 Akron Typographical Union, no. 182 Jim McCartan's Day. Akron Akron Typographical Union 1963
  • 000704 Commerford, C.C. Labor and capital: a review of the labor question. Waterbury, Conn. s.n. 1874
  • 000706 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Vital questions and answers concerning N.L.R.B. practice. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 195-
  • 000707 Fleischman, Harry We open the gates: labor's fight for equality. Detroit UAAAIW 1958
  • 000708 Congress of Industrial Organizations. CIO and the war. Washington, D.C. CIO 1939
  • 000709 Waldman, Louis Should unions be incorporated? Washington, D.C. Social Democratic Federation 195-?
  • 000710 American Communications Association, CIO Mass-layoff mergers in communications. New York American Communications Assoc. 194-
  • 000711 Cleveland District Auto Council In the spirit of '37. Cleveland Cleveland Dist. Auto Council 1961?
  • 000712 Congress of Industrial Organizations Your rights under the National Labor Relations Act. Washington, D.C. CIO 1941
  • 000713 Foster, William Z. Little brothers of the big labor fakers. New York Trade Union Unity League 1931
  • 000716 Blanshard, Paul How to run a union meeting. New York Workers Education Bureau Press 1935
  • 000717 Claessens, August Manual for trade union speakers. New York Rand School Press 1936
  • 000718 Honig, Nathaniel Trade union unity league today. New York Labor Unity Publishers 1934
  • 000719 Workers' Educational Association of Canada Trade unionist's handbook. Toronto Workers' Educational Assoc. 1937?
  • 000720 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO manual for shop stewards. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1971
  • 000721 AFL-CIO Labor and education in 1955. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1955
  • 000722 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA $10,
  • 000 reward: we always tell the truth. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1946?
  • 000723 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Your pension benefits. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1968
  • 000724 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA There ought to be a law. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 196-
  • 000725 Labour Party Industrial democracy: a discussion document. London Labour Party 1967
  • 000726 UAW-CIO Education Department Fifty years of men and autos. Detroit UAW-CIO Education Department 1946
  • 000727 UAW-CIO Education Department How they lie scientifically. Detroit UAW-CIO Education Department 1948
  • 000728 Committee for Industrial Organization Why the Wagner Act should not be amended. Washington, D.C. Committee for Industrial Org. 1938
  • 000729 Sexton, Brendan Looking forward: middle class workers and the new politics. New York League for Industrial Democ. 1969
  • 000733 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO legislative goals for 1965. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1965
  • 000734 American Federation of Labor Right to Wreck: significance of state laws prohibiting union... Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1954
  • 000735 Hodgskin, Thomas Labour defended against the claims of capital. London Labour Publishing Company 1922
  • 000736 Trades Union Congress ABC of the TUC. London Trades Union Congress 1956
  • 000737 American Federation of Labor Wage and hour law: fair labor standards act of 1938. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1938
  • 000738 Gompers, Samuel Samuel Gompers' credo: quotations from his speeches and writings. New York American Federation of Labor 1950
  • 000739 Brooks, Thomas R. To build a new world: a brief history of American labor. New York League for Industrial Democ. 1965
  • 000740 Sims, Kenneth M. Creed of greed and sundry subjects. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Sims 1948
  • 000741 Burt Franklin, Bookseller Labor, trade unions, industrial relations, social movts.: catalog New York Burt Franklin, Bookseller 195-?
  • 000742 Donner, Frank J. Decline of the AFL-CIO: an address. New York United Electrical Workers (UE) 1962
  • 000743 United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum & Plastic Workers Manual for URW shop stewards. Akron, Ohio United Rubber Workers 1961
  • 000744 UAW Education Department Heritage of hatred: historical setting for the Flint sitdown .... Detroit UAW Education Department 1957
  • 000745 International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Labor-busters plan biggest squeeze on workers' unions. Washington, D.C. Teamsters 195-?
  • 000746 United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum & Plastic Workers Labor scrap-book. Akron, Ohio United Rubber Workers 1956?
  • 000747 Tennessee State Labor Council, AFL-CIO Labor and TVA. Nashville, Tenn. Tennessee State Labor Council 1963
  • 000748 Brown, Elmer Unite for the future. Colorado Springs, Colo. Intl. Typographical Union 1961?
  • 000749 AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education Step by step plan for organizing & conducting an effective vote.. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Comm. on Political Ed. 1962
  • 000750 Burkey, Lee M. Lie detectors in labor relations. S.l. Arbitration Journal 1964
  • 000751 McDonald, Donald Corporation and the Union: interview...J. Irwin Miller/W.Reuther. Santa Barbara, Calif. Fund for the Republic 1962
  • 000752 UAW Education Department Guide for local union by-laws. Detroit UAW Education Department 194-?
  • 000753 International Labor Organization Partnership for peace. Washington, D.C. International Labor Organiz. 195-
  • 000754 UAW-CIO Fair Practices & Anti-Discrimination Dept. Handbook for local union fair practices committees. Detroit UAW-CIO 195-
  • 000755 United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of Amer Resolutions and statements : 10th International Convention. New York United Electrical Workers 1944
  • 000757 Congress of Industrial Organizations. Keep wages free for a free America: case against wage freezing. Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Organ. 1941?
  • 000758 Congress of Industrial Organizations. Right to strike: keystone of liberty. Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Organ. 1940?
  • 000759 Gorman, Patrick E. Lady is a tramp. Washington, D.C. Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1965
  • 000760 Kennedy, John F. Outlook for labor and social legislation. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Industrial Union Dept. 1957
  • 000761 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO codes of ethical practices. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 000762 Meany, George Revision of the fair labor standards act. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1955
  • 000763 McDevitt, James L. Role of AFL in politics. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1952?
  • 000764 Coldwell, M.J. Canadian progressives on the march: story of the rise of the CCF. New York League for Industrial Democr. 1944
  • 000765 Starr, Mark Workers' education today. New York League for Industrial Democr. 1941
  • 000766 Lovett, Robert Morss Middle class and organized labor. New York League for Industrial Democr. 1940
  • 000767 Program for labor and progressives : symposium... New York League for Industrial Democr. 1946
  • 000768 League for Industrial Democracy Thirtieth anniversary report, 1905-1935. New York League for Industrial Democr. 1935
  • 000769 Labour Party Party organisation. London Labour Party 1957
  • 000770 Kheel, Theodore Pros and cons on compulsory arbitration. New York New York Chamber of Commerce 1961
  • 000771 Smith, William J. What's wrong with right-to-work laws. Washington, D.C. Natl. Council for Indus. Peace 1958
  • 000773 Labour Party Report of the 61st annual conference. London Labour Party 1962
  • 000774 Trade Unions of Japan. General Council. (SOHYO) Where we stand: summary of principles and activities... Tokyo SOHYO 1961
  • 000775 Strauss, George Streamlining the union meeting. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1955
  • 000776 UAW-CIO Education Dept. Steady work, steady pay: questions and answers ... Detroit UAW-CIO Education Dept. 1955?
  • 000777 Ireland. Dept. of Industry and Commerce Factories act handbook: an explanation... Dublin Dept. of Industry and Commerce 1955
  • 000778 Musson, A.E. Congress of 1868: origins and establishment of the TUC. London Trades Union Congress 1955
  • 000780 Murray, Philip Report of President Philip Murray to the 7th Constitutional Conv. Chicago Congress of Industrial Org. 1944
  • 000781 Lewis, John L. Report of President John L. Lewis to the 2nd Constitutional Conv. San Francisco Congress of Industrial Org. 1939
  • 000782 Kreps, Juanita M. Lifetime allocation of work and leisure. Washington, D.C. U.S. HEW 1968
  • 000783 Chamber of Commerce of the United States Menace of restrictive work practices. Washington, D.C. Chamber of Commerce of the US 1963
  • 000784 U.S. Dept. of Labor Settling plant grievances. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1943
  • 000785 Cullen, Donald E. Negotiating labor-management contracts. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1965
  • 000786 Doherty, Robert E. Labor relations primer: story of a union-management agreement. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1965
  • 000787 Doherty, Robert E. Industrial and labor relations terms. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1962
  • 000788 Brooks, George W. Sources of vitality in the American labor movement. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1964
  • 000789 Cullen, Donald E. Management rights and collective bargaining: can both survive? Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1966
  • 000790 U.S. Dept. of Labor. Important events in American labor history, 1778-1968. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor. 1969
  • 000791 Todes, Charlotte William H. Sylvis and the National Labor Union. New York International Publishers 1942
  • 000792 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO manual for shop stewards. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1966
  • 000793 U.S. Dept. of Labor Brief history of the American labor movement. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1964
  • 000794 UAW Education Dept. This union cause: an illustrated history of labor unions in Amer. Detroit UAW Education Dept. 1962
  • 000795 Right to strike and the general welfare. New York Council Press 1967
  • 000796 United Steelworkers of America Here's how USWA dues work for you! Pittsburg, Pa. United Steelworkers of America 1961
  • 000801 American Historical Association Will there be work for all? Madison, Wisc. U.S. Armed Forces Institute 1944
  • 000802 Steelworkers Organizing Committee What can the union do for me?: a steel workers' play. Washington, D.C. Steelworkers Organizing Comm. 1940
  • 000803 International Confederation of Free Trade Unions Another hoax: exposure of the WFTU Charter of Trade Union Rights. Brussels ICFTU 1955
  • 000805 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Vital questions and answers concerning N.L.R.B. practice. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1954
  • 000807 Carothers, Glen Dale Labor leader: a story of progressive unionism. S.l. s.n. 1936?
  • 000808 U.S. National Labor Relations Board Layman's guide to basic law under the Natl. Labor Relations Act. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1970
  • 000809 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Pioneers of Labor. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1949
  • 000810 Martin, Jack On relief in Illinois. Chicago Chicago Pen and Hammer 1934?
  • 000811 Natl. Political Action Committee, C.I.O. Every worker a voter. New York Natl. Political Action Comm. 1944
  • 000812 Williams, Edward A. Work, relief, and security. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1941
  • 000813 Nearing, Scott One big union of business. New York Rand School of Social Science 1920
  • 000814 Trade Union Educational League Program of the Trade Union Educational League. New York Trade Union Educational League 1927
  • 000819 National Maritime Union. Listen brothers. New York National Maritime Union. 1943
  • 000820 Wallace, Henry A. America tomorrow. Detroit UAW 1943
  • 000821 Dunn, Robert W. Spying on workers. New York International Pamphlets 1932
  • 000822 Murray, Philip Report of President Philip Murray to the 4th Constitutional Conv. Detroit Congress of Industrial Org. 1941
  • 000823 Congress of Industrial Organizations Proceedings of the 5th Constitutional Convention. Boston Congress of Industrial Org. 1942
  • 000824 Hopkins, Harry L. Realities of unemployment. Washington, D.C. Works Progress Administration 1936?
  • 000825 Rights of man are worth defending. New York Workers Defense League 1942
  • 000826 White, Eirene Workers' control? London Fabian Society 1951
  • 000828 New England Wholesale Meat Dealers Assn. Directory of the New England meat trade. Waltham, Mass. NEWMDA 1974
  • 000829 Labor Research Association. History of the shorter workday. New York International Publishers 1942
  • 000830 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO pictorial directory: portraits of leaders and background. S.l. AFL-CIO 1967
  • 000831 United Steelworkers of America How the union serves. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 196-?
  • 000832 Intl. Union of Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers Why there is a strike at General Electric. Washington, D.C. IUE 1960
  • 000834 AFL-CIO Labor and politics. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1962?
  • 000835 International Labor Organization International Labor Organization: discussions at meetings of AFL. Washington, D.C. ILO 1941
  • 000836 Troman, R. Struggles of the working class. Toronto R. Troman 1915?
  • 000837 Keracher, John Wages and the working day. Chicago Charles H. Kerr 1946
  • 000842 United Farmers League Militant program for American farmers: draft program Minneapolis United Farmers League 1932?
  • 000844 Daily Mail trade union mission to United States: full story... London Daily Mail 1926
  • 000847 National Minority Movement What is this minority movement? London National Minority Movement 1928
  • 000848 Anti-Labour Laws Victims Defence Committee Victory for labour!: the case of Jock Haston... London The Defence Committee 1944?
  • 000849 Way America works: Dutch trade-unionists visit U.S.A. S.l. s.n. 1950?
  • 000850 Hanna, Hilton E. Steward and his job. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1955?
  • 000851 Steward's handbook. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1965?
  • 000852 Cole, G.D.H. British trade unionism: problems & policy... London Labour Research Department 1922?
  • 000853 Sinclair, Upton Flivver king: a story of Ford-America. Detroit United Automobile Workers 1937
  • 000854 Ryerson, Stanley B. Why be a doormat? Toronto Labor-Progressive Party 1948
  • 000855 Labor Progressive Party Program of the Labor Progressive Party. Toronto Labor Progressive Party 194-
  • 000856 Kaplan, Abbott Making grievance procedures work. Los Angeles Inst. of Industrial Relations 1951
  • 000857 Labor Research Association Palmer raids. New York International Publishers 1948
  • 000858 AFL-CIO Labor looks at the 86th Congress. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1960
  • 000859 Engels, Frederick Part played by labor in the transition from ape to man. New York International Publishers 1950
  • 000860 Retail Clerks International Association-AFL About our union. Cleveland RCIA-AFL 194-
  • 000861 Minneapolis Railroad Council Questions which call for an answer from our brotherhood... Minneapolis Minneapolis Railroad Council 1935
  • 000862 United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers We dared to dream: the story of the Rubber Workers' Union... Akron URW Education Department 1956?
  • 000863 United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers 30 hour week with no reduction in take-home pay. Akron United Rubber Workers 194-
  • 000865 Smith, Edwin S. Demand for regulation of labor unions: an address New York International Juridical Assn. 1938
  • 000867 Congress of Industrial Organizations CIO's 1940 legislative program for jobs, security and peace. Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Organ. 1940
  • 000868 Zimmerman, Charles S. Labor movement and the NRA: standpoint of progressive unionism. New York Dressmakers Local 22, ILGWU 1934
  • 000869 Green, William American labour faces the futher: problems of trade unionism... New York Dressmakers Local 22, ILGWU 1934
  • 000871 United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum & Plastic Workers Your union: how it works, where the money goes, what it can do... Akron United Rubber Workers 1947
  • 000873 Socrates [pseud.] Oration over the dead body of a miner. London Workers' Publications Ltd. 192-
  • 000874 Cole, G.D.H. Unemployment: a study syllabus. London Labour Research Department 1923
  • 000876 American Federation of Labor Report of the Executive Council American Federation of Labor. Los Angeles American Federation of Labor 1954
  • 000877 De Leon, Daniel Industrial unionism: selected editorials. New York New York Labor News Company 1933
  • 000878 Romano, Paul American worker. New York s.n. 1947
  • 000879 Cole, G.D.H. British labour movement: a syllabus for study classes. New York Workers Education Bureau 1923?
  • 000884 Laidler, Harry W. Toward a farmer-labor party. New York League for Industrial Democr. 1938
  • 000885 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO manual for shop stewards. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1959
  • 000886 Casey, James Hearst: labor's enemy no. 1. New York Workers Library Publishers 1935
  • 000887 Warren, Edgar L. Collective bargaining. Los Angeles Inst. of Industrial Relations 1949
  • 000888 Hillquit, Morris Should the workers from a party of their own?: a debate... New York Rand School Press 1932
  • 000890 Civil Rights Defense Committee Who are the 18 prisoners in the Minneapolis labor case? New York Civil Rights Defense Fund 1944
  • 000892 Harrington, Michael Toward common goals. Washington, D.C. International Labor Press Assn 1970?
  • 000893 Air Line Pilots Association This is ALPA. S.l. s.n. 1970?
  • 000894 Cohen, Sanford Impasse in collective bargaining law. Chicago Commerce Clearing House 1954
  • 000895 National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc. Sharecroppers in the 60's: a report and a program. New York National Sharecroppers Fund 1961
  • 000896 Pepper, John For a labor party: recent revolutionary changes in Amer. politics Chicago Workers Party of America 1923
  • 000897 CIO Dept of Education and Research Steward's job in building your CIO. Washington, D.C. CIO Dept of Educ. and Research 1953
  • 000899 International Labor Defense Under arrest!: workers' self-defense in the courts. New York International Labor Defense 192-?
  • 000900 Miners' Federation of Great Britain Coal crisis: statement submitted by the Executive Committee. London Co-Operative Printing Society 1925
  • 000901 Starr, Mark Trade unionism: past and future. London Plebs League 1923
  • 000902 Brown, Tom British general strike. London Freedom Press 1943
  • 000904 AFL-CIO Good for business: an employer views the union shop. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 000905 AFL-CIO Camouflage: the myth of "labor monopoly" Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1960
  • 000906 Emerson, Thomas I. Loyalty amoung government employees. New Haven Yale Law Journal 1948
  • 000907 Hook, James W. Industry's obligation to the unemployed. New Haven Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor 1938
  • 000908 Foster, William Z. Problems of organized labor today. New York Century Publishers 1946
  • 000909 United Steelworkers of America Braddock steelworker. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1945
  • 000910 Richardson, Reed C. American labor unions: an outline of growth and structure. Ithaca Cornell University 1970
  • 000911 United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (UE) One step leads to another...protest the frame-ups! New York United Electrical Workers 195-
  • 000912 Seafarers International Union All this happened: the story of American labor Washington, D.C. Seafarers International Union 1966?
  • 000913 National Conference of Labour Women Report of the thirty-eighth national conference. London Labour Party 1961
  • 000914 British Socialist Party German Spartacists: their aims and objects. London British Socialist Party 1919
  • 000916 Kruger, Arthur M. Trade unions and collective bargaining in Canada. Toronto Ontario Federation of Labour 1965?
  • 000917 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA COPE program of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1968
  • 000919 Woll, Matthew New field for labor: its social responsibilities in the postwar.. New York Labor League for Human Rights 1944
  • 000920 Lewis, John L. C.I.O. crusade. Washington, D.C. Committee for Industrial Org. 1937
  • 000922 Darrow, Clarence S. Open shop: a defense of union labor. Girard, Kansas E. Haldeman-Julius 1929
  • 000923 Morris, George C.I.O. today. New York New Century Publishers 1950
  • 000924 International Ladies' Garment Workers Union Story of the ILGWU New York ILGWU 1935
  • 000925 International Ladies' Garment Workers Union You and your union. New York ILGWU 1935
  • 000926 Workers Defense League Disinherited speak: letters from sharecroppers. New York Workers Defense League 193-
  • 000927 Amter, I. Industrial slavery: Roosevelt's "New Deal" New York Workers Library Publishers 1933
  • 000929 Morrow, Felix Labor's answer to conscription. New York Pioneer Publishers 194-
  • 000931 Webb, John N. Facts about unemployment. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Office 1940
  • 000932 Congress of Industrial Organizations Labor and education: our greatest resource. Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Organ. 1944?
  • 000933 Lewis, John L. Labor and the nation. Washington, D.C. Comittee for Industrial Organ. 1937
  • 000934 Kentucky Miners Defense Bloody Harlan: the story of four miners serving life... New York Kentucky Miners Defense 1937
  • 000935 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Proceedings of the twenty-first general convention. Hollywood, Fla. Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1964
  • 000937 Schramm, Leroy H. Union rivalry in Detroit in World War II. Ithaca Cornell University 1970
  • 000938 Labor-Progressive Party Manifesto of unity...victory...prosperity. Toronto Labor-Progressive Party 1943?
  • 000939 Labor-Progressive Party Constitution and by-laws of the Labor Progressive Party. Toronto Labor-Progressive Party 1943?
  • 000940 Buck, Tim Keep Canada independent. Toronto Labor-Progressive Party 1948
  • 000943 American Association for Economic Freedom Unemployment must be abolished! Washington, D.C. Amer. Assn. for Economic Free. 1940
  • 000944 Engels, Frederick Part played by labor in the transition from ape to man. Moscow Foreign Languages Pub. House 1952
  • 000945 Trotsky, Leon Trade unions in the epoch of imperialist decay. London Workers' Intl. League 193-?
  • 000946 AFL-CIO Labor looks at the 85th Congress. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 000947 All America Technological Society Manless machines and workless man: a plan... Chicago All America Technological Soc. 1933
  • 000948 Non-Partisan Labor Defense What is the Non-Partisan Labor Defense? New York Non-Partisan Labor Defense 1935?
  • 000949 Solow, Herbert Union-smashing in Sacramento. New York Natl. Sacramento Appeal Comm. 1935
  • 000950 Zimmerman, Charles S. Mooney and Billings must be freed! New York Dressmakers Union Local 22 1936
  • 000951 Jewish Labor Committee A.F.L. fights bigotry! New York Jewish Labor Committee 1946?
  • 000953 Union des Syndicats des Travailleurs Algeriens Trade unionism in Algeria: a letter to the Free Trade Unions. Chicago Socialist Party-SDF of Ill. 1959?
  • 000954 Civil Rights Defense Committee Workers on trial! : life stories of the 28 defendants... New York Civil Rights Defense Committee 1941?
  • 000955 Congress of Industrial Organizations Your rights under the Federal wage-hour law. Washington, D.C. CIO 1939
  • 000956 Hochman, Julius Industrial planning through collective bargaining. New York IGLWU 1941
  • 000957 Lewis, Alfred Baker Labor, machines and depressions. New York League for Industrial Democ. 1939
  • 000958 Labour Party Constitution of the Labour Party. London Labour Party 1960
  • 000959 Labour Party Fighting program for labour. London Labour Party 1971
  • 000960 Labour Party Northern Ireland. London Labour Party 1971
  • 000961 AFL-CIO Labor materials for school use. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 000963 Negro pioneers in the Chicago labor movement. New York A. Philip Randolph Educ. Fund 1970?
  • 000964 Labor Party for the United States. New York Social Economic Foundation 1936
  • 000965 U.S. Dept. of Labor Brief history of the American labor movement. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1950
  • 000966 International Typographical Union Constitution, bylaws, general laws and convention laws. Colorado Springs Intl. Typographical Union 1968
  • 000967 United Retail, Wholesale, and Dept. Store Employee Joint Council steward at work: a handbook... St. Louis URWDSEA 1946
  • 000968 United Packinghouse Workers of America International constitution of the United Packinghouse Workers... Chicago United Packinghouse Workers 1946
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  • 000981 Ohio AFL-CIO Common cause: a legislative program for all the people. Columbus Ohio AFL-CIO 1969
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  • 000987 Hannington, Wal Achievements of the hunger march against the Labour Gov't. London Natl. Unemployed Workers Movt. 1930
  • 000989 Program for People's Poland: underground Poland speaks. New York Polish Labor Group 1943
  • 000990 Robinson, Aileen W. Critical evaluation of the American Federation of Teachers. Chicago American Fed. of Teachers 1934
  • 000991 Kester, Howard Ceremony of the land. Memphis, Tenn. Southern Tenant Farmers Union 1937
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  • 000994 Labour Party Labour's plan for old houses. London Labour Party 1962?
  • 000996 Morgan, Chester A. Trends in NLRB decisions, 1955-56. Iowa City, Iowa State University of Iowa 1957
  • 000997 Cohen, Sanford NLRB and its customers. Chicago Commerce Clearing House 1955
  • 000998 Cohen, Sanford Impasse in collective bargaining law. Chicago Commerce Clearing House 1954
  • 000999 New labor law: Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, with explan. Chicago Commerce Clearing House 1947
  • 001000 U.S. Bureau of Labor Standards Federal labor laws and agencies: a layman's guide. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1948
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  • 001003 You and your job. S.l. s.n. 1967
  • 001004 Textile Workers Union of America Almost unbelievable: the story of an industry, a union & the law. New York Textile Workers Union of Amer. 1961
  • 001005 Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee Why a meat packing strike?: united for greater security. Chicago Packinghouse Workers Committee 1939
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  • 001011 Clarke, George Build a labor party now. New York Pioneer Publishers 1946
  • 001012 UAW-CIO How to win for the union: a handbook for UAW-CIO Stewards... Detroit UAW-CIO 1943
  • 001013 Retail Clerks Union Health & welfare fund: group insurance benefits Akron Retail Clerks Union 1963?
  • 001014 United Steelworkers of America 1959 steel strike: a triumph of unity and democracy. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1959?
  • 001015 Lens, Sidney Mine-Mill conspiracy case. Denver Mine-Mill Defense Committee 1959
  • 001016 Wolfe, Bertram D. Our heritage from 1776: working class view of the 1st Amer. Rev. New York Workers School 1926?
  • 001017 Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on Labor Dispute Pickets at city hall: report and recommendations... New York Twentieth Century Fund 1970
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  • 001019 American Federation of Labor Unfair practices of employers, unfair practices of employees... Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1947?
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  • 001028 United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of Am. UE policy, 1959-1960. New York United Electrical Workers 1960
  • 001030 AFL-CIO Report of the Exec. Bd. of the Union Label & Services Trades Dept New York AFL-CIO 1967
  • 001031 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO Executive Council Report to the Ninth Convention. Bal Harbour, FL AFL-CIO 1971
  • 001032 Claessens, August Manual for trade union speakers. New York Rand School Press 1936
  • 001033 American Federation of Labor John L. Lewis and other delegates on industrial unionism... Atlantic City, NJ American Federation of Labor 1935
  • 001034 Gorman, Patrick E. Address of Patrick E. Gorman. Margate, England British Trades Union Congress 1948
  • 001035 Metal Polishers, Buffers, Platers & Helpers Union Message to non-union metal polishers, buffers, platers & helpers. Cincinnati Metal Polishers Union 192-?
  • 001036 UAW Collective bargaining resolution : special convention. Detroit UAW 1967
  • 001037 League for Industrial Democracy 62 years of democratic education. New York League for Industrial Democ. 1967
  • 001038 U.S. Board of Inquiry on the Steel Strike 1959 labor dispute in the steel industry : rept. to the President Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1959
  • 001039 AFL-CIO Executive Board To meet the people's needs: statements ... Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Executive Board 1966
  • 001040 New York State Dept. of Labor Union democracy: a report on democratic and election procedures.. Albany, NY New York State Dept. of Labor 1960
  • 001041 Giffen, Robert Progress of the working classes in the last half century. New York G.P. Putnam 1888
  • 001042 Abbiamo visto: tre sindacalisti italiani tra i lavoratori d'Amer. Rome S.E.T. apollon 1949
  • 001044 AFL-CIO Labor looks at Congress, 1975. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1975
  • 001045 Mead, Margaret Changing cultural patterns of work and leisure. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1967
  • 001046 Keyserling, Leon H. How well is the Employment Act of 1946 achieving its goal? Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1966
  • 001047 United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of Am. Organized labor and the Black worker. New York United Electrical Workers 1967
  • 001048 Kirkland, Lane Labor and the liberal tradition. New York League for Industrial Democ. 1971
  • 001049 Sheet Metal Workers International Union Construction industry: the issue is survival. Washington, D.C. Sheet Metal Workers Union 1972
  • 001051 Cleveland AFL-CIO Cleveland AFL-CIO political endorsements ... Cleveland Cleveland AFL-CIO 195-
  • 001052 U.S. Dept. of Labor Guide to child-labor provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1954
  • 001053 Meany, George Democratic institution. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1954?
  • 001054 McDonald, David J. Why did the steel industry force a shutdown? Pittsburgh United Steelworkers 1959?
  • 001055 Neufeld, Maurice F. Day in, day out with Local 3, IBEW: govt. & admin. of a local ... Ithaca Cornell University 1955
  • 001056 Finley, Joseph E. Labor Act upside down: NLRB now an employer agency? Washington, D.C. Public Affairs Institute 1958
  • 001057 AFL-CIO Beyond the picket line: how to organize a strike assistance prog. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 195-?
  • 001058 International Labor Press Association Reaching them. Washington, D.C. International Labor Press Ass. 1972
  • 001059 United Packinghouse Workers of America Women! Don't buy Godchaux, Colonial, Red Ball Sugar... Chicago United Packinghouse Workers 196-?
  • 001060 Province of British Columbia Labour Relations Act and Regulations. Victoria, B.C. Province of British Columbia 1963
  • 001061 Disarm the corporations. Chicago New America Publications 1935
  • 001063 Tennesee Valley Authority Articles of agreement between the T.V.A. and the Salary Policy... S.l. Tennesee Valley Authority 1955
  • 001064 Rural Advancement Fund of the Natl. Sharecroppers Co-op is born. New York Rural Advancement Fund 1969
  • 001065 Matles, James J. Young worker challenges the union establishment: lecture excerpts New York United Electrical Workers 1968
  • 001067 Workers Defense League Fraternal greetings to the Meatcutters Convention, Chicago. New York Workers Defense League 1948
  • 001068 Workers Defense League 5 years in a jail on a frame-up: why you must help the fight... New York Workers Defense League 194-
  • 001069 American Flint Glass Workers Union Bartlett-Collins Company : another J.P. Stevens? Tulsa, OK American Flint Glass Workers 1974
  • 001070 Meany, George Nixon Pay Board: a stacked deck. Bal Harbour, FL AFL-CIO 1971
  • 001071 Mandel, Bernard Samuel Gompers and the Negro workers, 1886-1914. S.l. Journal of Negro History 1955
  • 001072 Mechanics Educational Society of America Open letter to all unorganized workers. Cleveland MESA-CIO 195-?
  • 001073 McDonald, David J. Your union looks to the future. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1953
  • 001074 Gompers, Samuel American labor movement. S.l. s.n. 1952
  • 001075 Meany, George Our program for social security. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1954
  • 001076 Murray, Philip Steelworkers' case for wages, pensions and social insurance. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1949
  • 001077 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA What they say about the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher... Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1964
  • 001078 Schachner, Nat Joe Worker and the story of labor. S.l. National Labor Service 194-?
  • 001080 Foster, William Z. Manual of industrial unionism. New York Workers Library Publishers 1937
  • 001081 United Packinghouse Workers of America Of men and meat. Chicago United Packinghouse Workers 1940?
  • 001082 American Railway Union Arch conspiracy: leaves from the proceedings ...Genl. Managers... Terre Haute, IN American Railway Union 1895?
  • 001083 AFL-CIO Statements and reports adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council. Bal Harbour, FL AFL-CIO 1974
  • 001084 AFL-CIO To clear the record: AFL-CIO Exec. Council report ...UAW Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1969
  • 001085 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO no-raiding agreement. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1954
  • 001086 Institute for American Democracy Some want union scalps. Washington, D.C. Institute for American Democr. 1968?
  • 001087 U.S. Dept. of Labor Your U.S. Department of Labor: its history and its aims. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1954
  • 001088 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Your pension benefits. Chicago Amalgamate Meat Cutters 1966?
  • 001089 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Group insurance plan of the Meat Cutters Health and Welfare Fund. Chicago Amalgamate Meat Cutters 1962?
  • 001090 AFL-CIO Guidebook for union organzers. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1961
  • 001091 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO platform proposals presented to the Dem. & Repub. conven. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1972
  • 001092 International Fed. of Building- & Woodworkers Bulletin. Copenhagen Building & Woodworkers 1966
  • 001093 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Oh, where is our 25c. per hour?: United Packinghouse Workers... Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1945
  • 001094 Laidler, Harry W. Labor governments at work: Australasian, Scandinavian, British. New York League for Industrial Democra. 1948
  • 001095 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA What has organized labor done for the war effort? Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1943?
  • 001096 Walsh, Tom What is this shop stewards' movement? New York Modern Press 191-?
  • 001098 AFL-CIO Ninth Constitutional Convention of the AFL-CIO (proceedings) Bal Harbour, FL AFL-CIO 1971
  • 001099 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO resolutions (Ninth Constitutional Convention) Bal Harbour, FL AFL-CIO 1971
  • 001100 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO resolutions (Twelfth Constitutional Convention) S.l. AFL-CIO 1977
  • 001101 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Revised proposed...amendment to Article X & rev. retirement plan. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1968
  • 001102 AFL-CIO Report of the Committee on Education (5th Convention) S.l. AFL-CIO 1963
  • 001103 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO resolutions (Fifth Constitutional Convention) New York AFL-CIO 1963
  • 001104 AFL-CIO Statement adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council (Oct. 12) Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1971
  • 001105 AFL-CIO Statement adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council (Aug. 19) Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1971
  • 001106 Adelman, William Touring Pullman. Chicago Illinois Labor History Society 1977
  • 001107 International Typographical Union Citizens' job protection laws : an analysis... Colorado Springs, CO Intl. Typographical Union 197-?
  • 001108 International Typographical Union Professional strikebreaking must be outlawed! Colorado Springs, CO Intl. Typographical Union 1962?
  • 001109 International Ladies Garment Workers Union Story of the ILGWU. New York ILGWU 1947
  • 001118 Hayes, Al What does labor want? : a statement of trade union objectives. Washington, D.C. Intl. Assn. of Machinists 196-?
  • 001119 Hayes, Al Profile of International Association of Machinists. Washington, D.C. Intl. Assn. of Machinists 196-?
  • 001120 AFL-CIO Story of a union label purchase. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 196-?
  • 001121 Wunderlich, Frieda British labor and the war. New York Social Research 1941
  • 001122 7 steps to labor advance in Saskatchewan. Regina, Sask. Saskatchewan Dept. of Labor 1948?
  • 001123 American Federation of Labor Consumer cooperatives. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1944
  • 001124 Smith, Russell Truth about subsidies. Denver National Farmers Union 1944
  • 001125 Congress of Industrial Organizations CIO's victory program: win the war policies... Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Organ. 1942
  • 001126 United Automobile Workers You want unity! Detroit UAW-CIO 1942?
  • 001127 United Automobile Workers It's your union, brother! Detroit UAW-CIO 1942?
  • 001132 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Your trade union. Washington, D.C. IBEW 1948
  • 001133 AFL, Union Label Trades Department History of union labels, shop cards & service buttons. Washington, D.C. AFL 194-
  • 001135 Kerr, Clark Unions and union leaders of their own choosing. New York Fund for the Republic 1957
  • 001136 Polk, Dora Farmer's share: the farm family's role--past, present and future. Denver National Farmers Union 1957?
  • 001137 Communications Workers of America Farmer and the telephone worker. Washington, D.C. Communications Workers of Am. 1953?
  • 001138 Morris, George Labor unity: what AFL-CIO merger means for workers. New York New Century Publishers 1955
  • 001140 Bauer, Kaspar New Amalgamated members. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1953
  • 001141 American Wire Weavers Protective Association Real truth about the weavers strike. Cleveland American Wire Weavers 1958
  • 001142 Skinner, Jim Collective bargaining and inequality. London Fabian Society 1971
  • 001143 Bowden, Witt American labor and the American spirit. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1954
  • 001144 Pile Drivers, Bridge, Wharf & Dock Builders Union Victory through unionism. San Francisco Pile Drivers Union 1943?
  • 001145 Labor's Non-Partisan League He fights for labor: the position of President Roosevelt on labor S.l. Labor's Non-Partisan League 1936?
  • 001146 International Typographical Union Rats for hire: the story of professional strikebreakers. Colorado Springs, CO Intl. Typographical Union 1962?
  • 001147 United Steelworkers of America Shorter work week: labor's new goal to help solve the problem... Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1960?
  • 001148 AFL-CIO Shorter hours: tool to combat unemployment. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1962?
  • 001149 Smoot, Thurlow Staggering punitive damages against labor unions. Cleveland Cleveland-Marshall Law Review 1958
  • 001150 United Steelworkers of America Older and retired workers: plans, programs & services... Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1958?
  • 001151 Green, William Democratic institution. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1949
  • 001152 United Stone and Allied Products Woerks of America Your questions answered. Barre, VT United Stone Workers 193-?
  • 001153 American Newspaper Guild Contract between the New York Times and the Newspaper Guild. New York American Newspaper Guild 1941
  • 001154 National Association of Die Casting Workers Message to die casting workers. Toledo Natl. Assn. of Die Casting Wk. 1939?
  • 001155 Murray, Philip CIO defense plan. Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Organ. 1940
  • 001156 United Office and Professional Workers of America CIO and the white collar worker. New York United Office & Prof. Workers 193-?
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  • 001158 Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Co-operative Commonwealth Federation programme. Regina, Sask. Co-operative Commonwealth Fed. 1933
  • 001159 Witney, Fred Agricultural workers under National Labor Relations laws. Urbana, Ill. University of Illinois 1948
  • 001160 American Federation of Labor Labor planks in the political platforms of the Rep. & Dem. ptys. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1940
  • 001161 UAW-CIO Close harmony: a voice and vote for every member... Detroit UAW-CIO 1942?
  • 001162 UAW-CIO You have won these gains...make sure you keep them! Detroit UAW-CIO 1941?
  • 001163 UAW-CIO Wife in step. Detroit UAW-CIO 1942?
  • 001164 Sugar, Maurice Auto workers tell the President plenty... Detroit Committee for Maurice Sugar 1935
  • 001166 AFL-CIO Labor looks at the Nation's economy. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1963
  • 001167 Vukmanovic, Svetozar Problems of unity in the international trade union movement. Belgrade Conf. of Trade Unions of Yugo. 1966
  • 001169 Skilton, Robert H. Industrial discipline and the arbitration process. Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania 1952
  • 001170 Guides for labor arbitration. Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania 1953
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  • 001173 AFL-CIO Maritime Trades Department MTD's 20-point maritime program. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Maritime Trades Dept. 1967
  • 001174 Helstein, Ralph Labor's view of the farm problem: speech to Farm Forum. Minneapolis Minneapolis Chamber of Comm. 1958
  • 001176 Simkin, William E. Arbitration of grievances. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1946
  • 001177 AFL-CIO Labor, big business and inflation. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
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  • 001179 Industrial Relations Research Association Collective bargaining in the public service. Milwaukee IRRA 1966
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  • 001181 U.S. Dept. of Labor Questions and answers on the Welfare & Pension Plans Disclosure.. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1964
  • 001182 U.S. Dept. of Labor Handy reference guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1965
  • 001183 U.S. Dept. of Labor Important events in American labor history, 1778-1964. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1964
  • 001184 U.S. Dept. of Labor Guide to child-labor provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1962
  • 001185 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO resolutions (6th Convention) San Francisco AFL-CIO 1966?
  • 001186 Intl. Union of Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers Constitution of the International Union of Electrical... Washington, D.C. Electrical Workers 1971
  • 001187 American Federation of Labor Turnover talk for fair practices. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 195-?
  • 001188 AFL-CIO Report of the Committee on Education to the AFL-CIO. San Francisco AFL-CIO 1966
  • 001189 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Agreement by and between the Amalgamated Meat Cutters... Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1945
  • 001190 Ohio CIO Constitution of Ohio C.I.O. Council. Cincinnati Ohio CIO 1955
  • 001191 UAW Kohler worker's story. Detroit UAW 1955
  • 001192 UAW Please help my daddy win the Kohler strike. Detroit UAW 1955
  • 001193 Ohio Industrial Union Council Since the last convention. Cleveland Ohio Industrial Union Council 1956
  • 001194 Meany, George America needs a just labor law. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1953
  • 001195 U.S. Department of Labor Labor laws and their administration : a discussion. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1956
  • 001196 Jewish Labor Committee Pioneers of labor. New York Jewish Labor Committee 1951?
  • 001197 Bureau of National Affairs Wage-price policy documents. Washington, D.C. Bureau of National Affairs 1946
  • 001198 U.S. Dept. of Labor Strike restrictions in union agreements. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1941
  • 001199 U.S. Dept. of Labor Collective bargaining by United Rubber Workers. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1939
  • 001200 Oneal, James American labor party : an interpretation. New York Rand School Press 1936?
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  • 001204 International Labour Organisation Constitution of the International Labour Organisation. Geneva ILO 1960
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  • 001206 International Association of Machinists Meaning of the union shop in the labor movement: speaker's manual Washington, D.C. Intl. Assn. of Machinists 1951?
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  • 001208 CIO Executive Board Sugar-coating won't do. Washington, D.C. Congress of Industrial Org. 1953
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  • 001214 International Confederation of Free Trade Unions ICFTU : the organisation of the workers of the world. Brussels ICFTU 1959?
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  • 001218 Caucus for Progressive UAW Policies UAW is urgently in need of a more aggressive, bold and dynamic... Toronto Caucus for Progr. UAW Policies 195-?
  • 001219 AFL-CIO Report of the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO: 6th Convention. San Francisco AFL-CIO 1965
  • 001220 Intl. Assn. of Governmental Labor Officials Labor laws and their administration. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1963
  • 001221 Intl. Union of Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers IUE leadership manual for shop stewards. Washington, D.C. IUE 1958?
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  • 001223 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO manual for shop stewards. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1966
  • 001224 Ohio AFL-CIO Report on the 1963 session of the Ohio Legislature. Columbus Ohio AFL-CIO 1963
  • 001225 Ohio State Federation of Labor Annual reports of the officers to the 71st annual convention. Columbus Ohio State Federation of Labor 1956
  • 001226 Ohio AFL-CIO Resolutions submitted to Ohio AFL-CIO 5th Constitutional Conv. Cleveland Ohio AFL-CIO 1966
  • 001227 Ohio AFL-CIO Officers' report to the 4th Constitutional Convention. Cleveland Ohio AFL-CIO 1964
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  • 001229 United Rubber Workers of America Agreement of Local Union no. 7. Akron, Ohio United Rubber Workers 1945
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  • 001231 Ohio AFL-CIO Common cause, 1961: a legislative program for all the people. Columbus Ohio AFL-CIO 1961
  • 001232 American Labor Education Service World affairs and your union education program. New York American Labor Education Serv. 1957
  • 001233 American Federation of Musicians of the US & Can. Diminuendo : need this be? New York American Fed. of Musicians 1954
  • 001234 U.S. Dept. of Labor Challenge and change: a brief history of the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1963
  • 001235 National Labor Relations Board Summary of the National Labor Relations Act as amended thru 1959. Washington, D.C. National Labor Relations Board 1959
  • 001236 U.S. Dept. of Labor Fair Labor Standards Act as applied to retailers of goods... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1964
  • 001237 Gompers, Samuel Organized labor: its struggles, its enemies and fool friends. Washington, D.C. Amer. Fed. of Labor Bur. Lit. 192-?
  • 001238 Southern Conference for Human Welfare For your children, too. Nashville, Tenn. Southern Conf. for Human Welf. 1938?
  • 001239 Gaer, Joseph PAC radio handbook. New York CIO Political Action Committee 1946
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  • 001241 AFL-CIO Natl. Conf. on Community Services How to implement Federal legislation in the local community. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1970
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  • 001253 Labour Research Department Gains of the revolution: Russian workers' conditions. London Labour Research Department 1925
  • 001254 U.S. Dept. of Labor Collective bargaining provisions: preamble, scope...duration. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1950
  • 001255 Harter, Lafayette G., editor Labor in America: union and employer responses...proceedings... Corvalis, OR Oregon State University Press 1966
  • 001256 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Ever forward: short history of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers.. New York Amalgamated Clothing Workers. 1962
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  • 003096 Raushenbucsh, Stephen Workers and farm income. Washington, D.C. Public Affairs Institute 1956
  • 003097 United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of Am. For the general welfare: a program for "life, liberty..." New York United Electrical Workers 1959
  • 003101 Meany, George Meany on controls. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1972
  • 003102 AFL-CIO Report of the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO: 12th Convention. Los Angeles AFL-CIO 1977
  • 003103 Amalgamated Meatcutters & Butcher Workmen of N.A. Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen's...pension fund. Chicago The Amalgamated 1972
  • 003104 Amalgamated Meatcutters & Butcher Workmen of N.A. Merger agreement between the Amalgamated Meat Cutters & UPFAW... Chicago The Amalgamated 1968
  • 003105 Communications Workers of America Report of the Constitution Committee to the 26th Ann. Convention. Cleveland Communications Workers of Amer 1964
  • 003106 Communications Workers of America Keys to successful organizing: planning an effective campaign. Washington, D.C. Communications Workers of Amer 1962
  • 003107 Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen Cliff Merritt and the very candid candidate. Cleveland Brotherhood of RR Trainmen 196-?
  • 003119 Hartmire, Wayne C. Straight talk on the grape boycott. Los Angeles California Migrant Ministry 1968
  • 003150 Intl. Centre of Free Trade Unionists in Exile Dialogue or contradiction: facts and opinions S.l. Free Trade Unionists in Exile 1967
  • 003172 AFL-CIO Executive Council Statements adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council. Oak Brook, Ill. AFL-CIO Executive Council 1973
  • 003204 Orear, Leslie F. & Diamond, Stephen H. Out of the jungle: Packinghouse Workers fight for justice... Chicago Hyde Park Press 1968
  • 003207 United Farm Workers Association Basta! Historia de nuestra lucha : Enough! Tale of our struggle. Delano, Calif. Farm Worker Press 1966
  • 003213 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Twenty-fifth anniversary, Ohio State Branch, AMC & BW of NA... Cleveland Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1963
  • 003214 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Labor Agreement between Cleveland Food Industry Committee... Cleveland Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1971
  • 003215 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Labor agreement between Northeastern Ohio food industry employees Cleveland Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1971
  • 003216 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Constitution of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen... Syracuse, N.Y. Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1900
  • 003217 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Agreement between AMC & Natl. Assn. of Retail Meat Dealers... Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1938
  • 003218 American Federation of Labor AFL membership book & working card : [blank] S.l. American Federation of Labor 194-
  • 003219 Millwrights' Protective Association of America Constitution, by-laws and rules of order. Buffalo, N.Y. Millwrights' Protective Assoc. 1919
  • 003222 UAW More perfect union...the UAW Public Review Board... Detroit UAW 1957
  • 003223 AFL-CIO More than wages... Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003224 AFL-CIO. Community Service Committee. Services for the unemployed. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 003225 Carey, James B. Labor's decisive decade. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1956
  • 003226 Meany, George By intelligence and by faith. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003232 Danish Federation of Labor America is different. S.l. Danish Federation of Labor 1949
  • 003233 Meat Cutters Health & Welfare Funds. Annual report. Cleveland Trustees to the Funds 1962
  • 003234 Meat Cutters Health & Welfare Funds. Annual report. Cleveland Trustees to the Funds 1963
  • 003235 Meat Cutters Health & Welfare Funds. Annual report. Cleveland Trustees to the Funds 1968
  • 003236 American Federation of Teachers. Our goal, a union teacher for every child. [postcard] Chicago American Fed. of Teachers 195-
  • 003240 United Farm Workers Organizing Committee Farmworkers! [stamp sheets] S.l. UFWOC 196-
  • 003241 Smoot & Riemer, Attorneys Grimes & Hauer, Inc. vs. Sam Pollock...in the Supreme Ct. of Ohio Cleveland Gates Legal Publishing Co. 1954?
  • 003242 Guild needs young active leadership: ... Flores & Sweet [poster] S.l. American Newspaper Guild 1969
  • 003243 Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen of NA Union of the big shoulders: 75. Chicago AMC & BW of NA 1972
  • 003244 International Labor Defense Smashing chains: labors struggles in pictures. New York International Labor Defense 193-
  • 003247 Rebel Arts and Three Arrows Press Modern labor calendar. S.l. Rebel Arts & Three Arrows Pr. 1937
  • 003252 UAW Local 833 Kohler Strike materials. Sheboygan, Wisc. UAW Local 833 1955
  • 003262 United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum & Plastic Workers... 25 years of the URW: the story of the Rubber Workers Union... Akron, Ohio URW 1960
  • 003264 Bernstein, Irving Don't count the unions out. Los Angeles University of California 1961
  • 003265 Research Conference in Industrial Relations Generation gap: implications for labor-management relations. Los Angeles University of California 1970
  • 003266 Institute of Industrial Relations Research conference on collective bargaining. Los Angeles University of California 1964
  • 003268 Lundquist, Ben; Uphoff, Walter; & Smith, Vernon G. Story of labor in American history: a unit for Sr. High School... St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota Federation of Labor 1955
  • 003269 Lynd, Staughton labor law for the rank & filer. San Pedro, Calif. Singlejack Books 1978
  • 003271 Brooks, Thomas R. Black builders: a job program that works... New York League for Indus. Democracy 1970
  • 003274 International Training Fund Facing the craft challenges of tomorrow: story of the ITF... S.l. International Training Fund 1965?
  • 003275 Chernick, Jack & Hellickson, George C. Guaranteed annual wages. Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press 1945
  • 003278 AFL/CIO Union political activity spans 230 years of U.S. history. Washington, D.C. AFL/CIO 1960
  • 003279 Meany, George American and Soviet economy: contrast and comparison. Washington, D.C. AFL/CIO 1958
  • 003280 Southern Policy Committee AFL Pie in the sky?: a challenge to the Negro worker. Atlanta Southern Policy Committee AFL 1946
  • 003281 Paramount Molly Maguires: [motion picture press kit] S.l. Paramount 1970
  • 003282 Textile Workers Union of America America's stake in the south. New York Textile Workers Union of Amer. 1962
  • 003285 AFL-CIO How to run a union meeting. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1959
  • 003287 Railroad Workers Joint Action Committee What next for railroad labor? Oakland, Calif. Railroad Workers 1945
  • 003288 Seidman, Joel Shall strikes be outlawed? New York ILGWU 1938
  • 003289 Seidman, Joel Sit-down. Chicago Socialist Party 1937
  • 003291 Industrial Relations Research Association Proceedings of the 1970 annual spring meeting... Albany, NY Indus. Relations Research Assn 1970
  • 003293 Lorain Federation of Labor Official union directory & label guide... Lorain, Ohio Lorain Federation of Labor 1955
  • 003295 Cleveland Cooks' Local no. 167 Hotel & Restaurant Employees buyer's guide and directory. Cleveland Cleveland Cooks' Local no. 167 1955
  • 003296 Western Reserve University Employment problems of Negro high school graduates... Cleveland Western Reserve University 1968
  • 003298 Crosby, Alexander L. & Simon, Carol S. CIO and the veteran. New York CIO Community Services Comm. 1945
  • 003299 CIO Bible and the working man. Washington, D.C. CIO 195-?
  • 003308 Ryan, John A. Unemployment: what can be done about it? Washington, D.C. National Catholic Welfare Conf 1929
  • 003309 Gompers, Samuel Union shop and its antithesis. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1920
  • 003310 Gompers, Samuel Collective bargaining: labor's proposal to insure greater... Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1920
  • 003311 Bush, Donald Lamar Terre Haute general strike [thesis] Terre Haute, Ind. Indiana State University 1958
  • 003312 UAW-CIO Education Department UAW-CIO means kids, too. S.l. UAW-CIO Education Department 195-?
  • 003315 Conference for Progressive Labor Action (CPLA) Principles and policies for labor actionists. New York CPLA 192-?
  • 003316 Conference for Progressive Labor Action (CPLA) CPLA Constitution New York CPLA 192-?
  • 003317 Intl. Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Local 66 What every member should know about his benefits, rights... New York ILGWU 1955
  • 003318 AFL-CIO Mr. and Mrs. America: the all union family. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 195-?
  • 003319 Meany, George Power, for what? Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958?
  • 003320 AFL-CIO Today's forgotten people. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957?
  • 003321 Meany, George Clean, democratic trade unions. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003322 Whitehouse, Albert Time for anger. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1959
  • 003323 AFL-CIO Southern labor story. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1959?
  • 003324 AFL-CIO Union shop and the public welfare: proceedings of 2nd annual conf Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 003325 AFL-CIO. Joint Minimum Wage Committee. This is your fight. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 195-?
  • 003326 AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1956?
  • 003327 CIO. Community Relations. Why workers organize unions. Washington, D.C. CIO 1954
  • 003328 UAW-CIO Harvest of the years. Detroit UAW-CIO 1953
  • 003329 UAW-CIO 50 years of men and autos. Detroit UAW-CIO 1946
  • 003331 UAW-CIO. Education Department. Is time study scientific? Detroit UAW-CIO 1954
  • 003334 UAW-CIO. Education Department. Effective discussion methods: it takes talk to get things done. Detroit UAW-CIO 1953
  • 003335 UAW-CIO. Education Department. 40 hours pay any week you work: 52 pay checks guaranteed... Detroit UAW-CIO 195-?
  • 003336 UAW-CIO. Education Department. Breadwinners, wage earners: statement on the common problems... Detroit UAW-CIO 1952?
  • 003341 AFL-CIO How to register voters. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1953?
  • 003342 National Religion and Labor Foundation National Religion and Labor Foundation: what it is... Columbus, Ohio National Religion & Labor Fnd. 195-?
  • 003343 National Religion and Labor Foundation How to set up a religion and labor fellowship. Columbus, Ohio National Religion & Labor Fnd. 195-?
  • 003345 Building Serive Employees' International Union Aids for organizers. Chicago BSEIU 1957
  • 003346 Textile Workers Union of America Henderson: it's your fight, too. New York TWUA 1959
  • 003347 International Printing Pressmen & Assistants Union Listen, brother, organizing is your business, too. S.l. IPP & AU 195-?
  • 003348 International Printing Pressmen & Assistants Union Magic will not do the trick: organizing takes careful planning... S.l. IPP & AU 1956
  • 003349 United Rubber Workers Don't buy America's #1 heel: O'Sullivan's, made by strikebreakers Akron, Ohio United Rubber Workers 1957
  • 003354 McCarthy, W.E.J. Role of government in industrial relations. Ditchley Park, England Ditchley Foundation 1968
  • 003358 Detroit and Wayne County Federation of Labor Labor's law for a better America: FEPC. Detroit Detroit & Wayne County F.of L. 1949
  • 003360 International Brotherhood of Teamsters How piggyback destroys the work opportunities of Teamsters. Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1960
  • 003361 Monroney, A.S. Piggyback: destructive rate-cutting in transportation. Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1960
  • 003362 International Brotherhood of Teamsters Federal-State-Local government & taxpayers lose when railroads... Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1960
  • 003363 Teamsters Joint Council 41. Political Educ. Comm. Pre-election dinner [Program--Signed by James R. Hoffa] Cleveland, Ohio Teamsters Joint Council 41 1962-10-27
  • 003364 International Brotherhood of Teamsters McClellan proposes new and bigger chains for Teamster members. Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 195-?
  • 003365 International Brotherhood of Teamsters Mrs. Teamster goes to Washington. Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1960
  • 003366 International Brotherhood of Teamsters DRIVE in action. Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1960
  • 003367 International Brotherhood of Teamsters ABC's for organizing DRIVE Ladies Auxiliaries. Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1960
  • 003368 International Brotherhood of Teamsters Selected roll call votes, 87th Congress, 1st session: DRIVE Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1961
  • 003369 International Brotherhood of Teamsters What will the record show for the 2nd Sess. of the 87th Congress? Washington, D.C. Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1962
  • 003370 Rustin, Bayard Labor-Negro coalition: a new beginning. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Federationist 1968
  • 003371 Beier, Emerson H. Terminations of pension plans: 11 years' experience. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1967
  • 003372 Newman, Dorothy K. Decentralization of jobs. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1967
  • 003373 Cook, Clair M. Myths and facts about labor unions Columbus, Ohio Religon & Labor Council of Am. 1967
  • 003374 Why strikes? : facts vs. fiction. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Federationist 1965
  • 003375 Roth, Thomas R. Changing profile of Black workers. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Federationist 1974
  • 003378 Ruben, George Focus on bargaining: 25 years of progress. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Federationist 1974
  • 003384 Abbott, William L. Liberal philosophy: a political primer for unionists. Akron United Rubber Workers 1965?
  • 003389 Sexton, Brendan Experimental program to assist organization... Detroit? UAW? 1964
  • 003390 Hagburg, Eugene C. Changing society and collective bargaining. S.l. s.n. 196-?
  • 003391 Pollock, Sam Outline for a study of the history of the labor unions in the US S.l. Pollock 1966
  • 003393 Ziskind, David U.S. participation in the International Labor Organization. S.l. s.n. 1979
  • 003395 Unlettered Mechanic Address delivered before the mechanics & workings classes..[copy] Philadelphia Mechanics' Delegation 1827
  • 003396 Genecin, Milton Lost chapter in the history of American labor...: Address...1827 Los Angeles Genecin 1974
  • 003398 Hanna, Hilton E. Fine kettle of fish, or, Labor's muffled tick. Racine, Wisc. Amalg. Meat Cutters 1966
  • 003400 Rosenthal, Herbert C. Social Security: you are richer than you think. Detroit UAW-CIO 195-
  • 003401 Vorse, Mary Heaton Union that grew up: informal portrait of the UAW. Detroit UAW-CIO 1954
  • 003402 Pomfret, John UAW leaders given both sides at "school". Detroit UAW-CIO 1954
  • 003405 Taft, Philip Reflections on the present state of the labor movement. New York Indus. Relations Research Assn 1961
  • 003407 Herling, John U.S. labor vs. Mikoyan. S.l. New Leader 1959
  • 003410 Goode, Bill Workers education among the "underclassed". Detroit? UAW Leadership Studies Center 196-?
  • 003411 Coghill, Mary Ann Lie detector in employment. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University 1968
  • 003415 Heaps, David Union participation in foreign aid programs. S.l. Indus. & Labor Rel. Review 1955
  • 003421 Guernsey, George Use movies and film strips to build your union... Washington, D.C. CIO Dept. of Research & Educ. 195-?
  • 003441 American Flint Glass Workers' Union of North Amer. Wage and move list of the Punch Tumbler and Stemware Department. Atlantic City, NJ American Flint Glass Workers 1924
  • 003442 American Flint Glass Workers' Union of North Amer. Wage and move list of the Punch Tumbler and Stemware Department. Atlantic City, NJ American Flint Glass Workers 1946
  • 003452 American Youth Congress Declaration of purpose of the American Youth Congress S.l. American Youth Congress 1936
  • 003454 New hope for southern justice. New York Youth Comm. Against Poverty 1966
  • 003455 Slichter, Sumner H. Some basic issues raised by trade union. S.l. American Philosophical Society 1948
  • 003456 Benson, H.W. Unionism and democracy in the merchant marine. New York Benson 1953?
  • 003457 International Association of Machinists International affiliations of the Intl. Association of Machinists S.l. Intl. Assoc. of Machinists 195-?
  • 003459 Connors, John D. Is your union showing movies? Washington, D.C. AFL Dept. of Education 1955
  • 003461 Kroll, Jack Why labor is in politics. New York CIO Polical Action Committee 1946
  • 003463 Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers Collective labor agreements [various] England USDAW 1950's
  • 003464 Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers USDAW rules. Manchester, England USDAW 1957
  • 003465 Joint Industrial Council Collective labor agreements [various] England Joint Industrial Council 1950's
  • 003466 Great Britain. Wages Council Wages regulation orders [various] London HMSO 1950's
  • 003467 Great Britain. Ministry of Labour Training for skill: recruitment and training of young workers... London HMSO 1958
  • 003468 Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers Union's education scheme. England USDAW 1958
  • 003469 Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers Eleventh annual report. England USDAW 1957
  • 003470 Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers Statement of accounts and balance sheet. England USDAW 1957
  • 003472 Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Shell? No! Unfair to labor. S.l. Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers 196-?
  • 003475 Adelman, William Pullman tour. Chicago Illinois Labor History Society 1972
  • 003476 Shaffer, Ralph E. Accident at Central: a tale of the Social Gospel. Pomona, Calif. Southern Cal. Labor Hist. Assn 1978
  • 003477 James, Ralph C. & James, Estelle Purge of the Trotskyites from the Teamsters. Berkeley University of California 1966
  • 003479 Heirloom Bible Publishers Labor and the Bible. Wichita, Kansas Heirloom Bible Publishers 1972
  • 003496 Kemble, Penn Rediscovering American labor. New York League for Indus. Democracy 1971
  • 003497 Schachner, Nat & Alderman, Jack Joe Worker and the story of labor. S.l. National Labor Service 194-?
  • 003498 UAW Education Department You and your membership in the UAW. Detroit UAW 1968
  • 003500 Starr, Mark Do schools teach the facts of union life? New York ILGWU 1959
  • 003502 Ohio Bureau of Unemployment Compensation If I become unemployed. Columbus Ohio Bur.of Unemployment Comp. 1949
  • 003503 U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1970
  • 003504 American Insurance Association Your guide to safety in meat packing. New York American Insurance Association 1955
  • 003505 National Safety Council Dangerous four. Chicago National Safety Council 1963
  • 003506 U.S. Dept. of Labor. Manpower Administration Training in private industry: policies, attitudes and practices.. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1971
  • 003508 Hodgson, J.D. International Assoc. of Personnel in Employment Security..address Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1971
  • 003509 Hodgson, J.D. International Brotherhood of Teamsters...address. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1971
  • 003510 Hodgson, J.D. National Safety Council: remarks... Chicago s.n. 1970
  • 003514 Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen of NA Lady, please don't blame your butcher... Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters 197-
  • 003516 Tobacco Workers International Union Employee benefit plans in agreements of AFL tobacco workers. Washington, D.C. U.S. Bur. of Labor Statistics 1949?
  • 003544 Whitman, Alden Labor parties, 1827-1834: initial steps... New York International Publishers 1943
  • 003546 UAW-CIO. Chevrolet Local 659 Build a labor party: times have changed. Flint, Mich. UAW-CIO. Chevrolet Local 659 1947
  • 003572 Benjamin, Herbert How to organize and conduct united action for the right to live. New York Unemployed Councils 1933
  • 003573 Workers Alliance of America Proceedings of the 2nd National Convention... New York Workers Alliance of America 1936
  • 003574 Illinois Workers Security Federation War declared on insecurity, poverty and unemployment... Chicago Illinois Workers Security Fed. 1936?
  • 003575 United Office and Professional Workers. Local 29 Program to defeat unemployment. Toledo, Ohio UOPWA Local 29 1939
  • 003576 Breitman, George Trenton siege by the army of unoccupation. Trenton, N.J. Workers Alliance of America 1936
  • 003577 U.S. Works Progress Administration On job with the WPA. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1936
  • 003588 American Federation of Labor Postwar forum, Hotel Commodore, New York City. New York AFL 1944
  • 003632 Simkin, William E. Refusals to ratify contracts: address... Washington, D.C. Bureau of Natl. Affairs, Inc. 1967
  • 003633 Lester, Richard A. Reflections on collective bargaining in Britain and Sweden. S.l. Indus. & Labor Relations Review 1957
  • 003634 Young, Stanley Question of managerial prerogatives. S.l. Indus. & Labor Relations Review 1963
  • 003635 Duvin, Robert P. Duty to bargain: law in search of policy. S.l. Columbia Law Review 1964
  • 003636 AFL-CIO Collective bargaining: democracy on the job. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1965
  • 003637 Day, Virgil B. Collective bargaining, a look ahead: seminar program remarks... Schenectady, NY General Electric 1967
  • 003638 Javits, Jacob K Future of collective bargaining: speech... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1967
  • 003639 Raskin, A.H. Collective bargaining and the public interest. S.l. Prentice-Hall 1967
  • 003640 Lahne, Herbert J. Union contract ratification procedures. S.l. Monthly Labor Review 1968
  • 003641 Riemer, Mortimer Remarks of Mortimer Riemer... Toledo, Ohio Institute on Labor Law 1968
  • 003642 Seidman, Bert New bargaining patterns in Europe. S.l. AFL-CIO American Federationist 1966
  • 003643 Oswald, Rudolph & Sherr, Mitchell Bargaining gains: review and preview. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1968
  • 003644 Kelly, Matthew A. Collective bargaining reaffirmed. S.l. AFL-CIO American Federationist 1968
  • 003645 McCulloch, Frank W. Overview of the National Labor Relations Board... Norman, Okla. University of Oklahoma 1969
  • 003646 AFL-CIO. Maritime Trades Dept. Collective bargaining in the public sector: a final report... Atlantic City AFL-CIO 1969
  • 003653 Rustin, Bayard Blacks and the unions. New York A. Philip Randolph Educ. Fund 1971
  • 003655 AFL-CIO Labor looks at the 91st Congress. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1971
  • 003656 U.S. Dept. of Labor Employment problems of older workers. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1971
  • 003657 Garland, Phyl A. Philip Randolph: labor's grand old man. New York A. Philip Randolph Educ. Fund 1969
  • 003658 Labor for America Committee Why labor can't support George McGovern. Washington, D.C. Labor for America Committee 1972
  • 003659 American Federation of Labor Post-war program, American Federation of Labor. S.l. American Federation of Labor 1944
  • 003660 AFL-CIO Labor's role in the war on poverty: an AFL-CIO guide Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1965?
  • 003662 UAW. Education Department Film catalogue. Detroit UAW 1963
  • 003663 AFL-CIO Department of Education. Film Division Films for labor. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1979
  • 003664 Meany, George Decision and order...in the matter of the Colorado Labor Council. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1972
  • 003665 UAW. Education Dept. Heritage of hatred: historical setting for the Flint Sitdown... Detroit UAW 1964
  • 003692 Labor Day, 1970: an exchange of toasts... Washington, D.C. s.n. 1970
  • 003693 AFL-CIO AFL-CIO constitution Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1967
  • 003694 AFL-CIO List of organizations affiliated with the AFL-CIO. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1965
  • 003695 AFL-CIO List of organizations affiliated with the AFL-CIO. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1969
  • 003696 Ohio AFL-CIO Officer's report to the 10th biennial convention... Cincinnati Ohio AFL-CIO 1976
  • 003697 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA CIO dream peddlers are at it again. Chicago AMC & BW 1953?
  • 003698 Mandel, Bernard Samuel Gompers and the establishment of AFL policies. S.l. Social Science 1956
  • 003701 AFL-CIO. Executive Council. New Nixon game plan: unequitable, unjust, unfair, unworkable. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1971
  • 003708 Haug Ad Hoc Committee Cleveland Taft-Hartley conspiracy case. Cleveland Ad Hoc Committee 1960
  • 003709 Stone, I.F. G-string conspiracy. New York Nation 1941
  • 003713 Unlettered Mechanic Labor's heritage: address by the Unlettered Mechanic, 1827. Chicago AMC & BW 1976
  • 003714 UAW Building the union through effective communication: core discuss. Detroit UAW 1966
  • 003716 Young for Council Campaign Committee Everybody's for Al [Young] S.l. s.n. 195-
  • 003717 Smoot and Riemer Motion to dismiss appeal...Grimes & Hauer vs. Sam Pollock Cleveland Gates Legal Publishing Co. 1954?
  • 003718 Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Journal entry, injunction...Grimes & Hauer vs. Sam Pollock. Cleveland Court of Common Pleas 1954
  • 003719 Brown, Leo C. Bridge of arbitration. Chicago AMC & BW 195-?
  • 003720 Baker, Frank E. Teachers should organize. Chicago American Fed. of Teachers 195-?
  • 003721 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Why we struck against the food barons...Strike bulletin. Toronto AMC & BW of NA 1919
  • 003722 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Tell it to the media! Chicago AMC & BW of NA 1969
  • 003723 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA I am the Amalgamated: 2
  • 00,
  • 000 strong. Chicago AMC & BW of NA 194-
  • 003724 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA $5,
  • 000 reward:...to any one who can prove... Chicago AMC & BW of NA 194-
  • 003725 Meat Cutters Local 427 Strike still on at Eker's Meat Markets... Akron, Ohio Meat Cutters Local 427 1954
  • 003726 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Let's get together! all you meat cutters, butchers,... Toronto AMC & BW of NA 195-?
  • 003727 Labor's Non-Partisan League Get together for jobs, living wages, security, peace & democracy. Cleveland? Labor's Non-Partisan League 193-?
  • 003728 Meat Cutters Local 372 Please do no patronize Aster Meat Markets! Akron, Ohio Meat Cutters Local 372 1939
  • 003729 Packing House Workers Organizing Committee Mass meeting for Swift & Co. employees... Cleveland Packing House Workers Org. Com 195-?
  • 003730 United Farm Workers Organizing Committee United Farm Workers Calendar Delano, Calif. United Farm Workers 1970
  • 003731 United Farm Workers Organizing Committee Grape boycott materials [various] Delano, Calif. United Farm Workers 1970
  • 003732 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Fair Labor Standards Act...effects on the canning industry... Chicago AMC & BW of NA 1950
  • 003734 Retail Clerks' International Protective Assoc. Message for the A & P Tea Company employes from an A & P employe. Cleveland RCIPA 194-?
  • 003735 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Cannery news: compnay comes out fighting. Fremont, Ohio AMC & BW of NA 1949
  • 003745 Amalgamated Meat Cutters. Local #5
  • 00 Union packer (Vol.1, no. 3 Cleveland AMC & BW of NA. Local 5
  • 00 1938
  • 003761 United Farm Worker's Organizing Committee Cleveland Boycott News. (Vol.1, no.1) Cleveland United Farm Worker's 1970
  • 003778 Southwest Labor Studies Association Southwest Economy & Society. (Vol.6, no.2) Altadena, Cal. Southwest Labor Studies Assoc. 1983
  • 003779 International Brotherhood of Paper Makers Paper Makers Journal. (Vol.33, no.1) Albany, NY Paper Makers 1934
  • 003788 International Labour Office International labour review. (Vol.83, no.3) Geneva International Labour Office 1961
  • 003791 Canada. Dept. of Labour Collective bargaining review. (No.4) Ottawa Canada. Dept. of Labour 1968
  • 003792 Berks County Hosiery Employees Association Hosiery examiner: official publication... (Vol.1,no.1) Reading, Pa. Berks County Hosiery Employees 1934
  • 003800 Progressive Party of Ohio This week in Ohio. (November issue) Cleveland Progressive Party of Ohio 1955
  • 003804 Spectator Debs' home is shrine for labor : Spectator (Vol.142, no.40) Terre Haute, Ind. Spectator 1976
  • 003805 Labor Advocate Labor advocate. (Vol.36, no.50,52) El Paso, Tex. Labor Advocate 1945
  • 003817 Communist Party of Ohio All-out support to the steel workers! Cleveland Communist Party of Ohio 1959?
  • 003821 United Packinghouse Workers of America Packinghouse worker. (Vol.2, no.15; v.4:18,19,24; v.5:2-4,6,8,12) Chicago UPWA 1944
  • 003822 Democracy in Action Union democracy in action. (No.16-37 scattered) New York Democracy in Action 1965
  • 003826 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA Monthly digest: a summary of facts about labor...(various) Chicago AMC & BW of NA 1948
  • 003829 United Junk Peddlers of America Organizer. (Vol.2, no.1) Chicago United Junk Peddlers of Amer. 1938
  • 003832 Independent labor news. (Vol.1, no.8) San Francisco Independent Labor News 1977
  • 003833 Railway Employees, Division 4 Federated railwayman. (Vol.20, no.7) Montreal Railway Employees, Division 4 1945
  • 003834 Meyer, Bob How do you like that? [cartoon] S.l. Meat Cutters Local #427 195-?
  • 003837 Ohio Conference of Teamsters Ohio Teamster. (Vol.1, no.2) Columbus, Ohio Ohio Conference of Teamsters 1943
  • 003843 Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen of NA Wishing you a very merry Christmas & a happy prosperous New Year. Minneapolis AMC & BW of NA 196-?
  • 003845 AFL-CIO List of organizations affiliated with the AFL-CIO. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1963
  • 003846 American Federation of Teachers. Local 189. Directory of members and constitution. Bethesda, MD American Fed. of Teachers 1964
  • 003847 United Rubber Workers of America. Local #5 Record speaks for itself. Akron, Ohio URWA Local 5 1945
  • 003848 Progressive Labor Party/Canadian Party of Labor Showdown in auto! : strike before any new models. Brooklyn Progressive Labor Party 1970
  • 003849 Toledo Area Council of Railroad Workers By-laws/constitution, Toledo Area Council of Railroad Workers. Toledo Toledo Railroad Workers 194-?
  • 003850 United Steelworkers of America Director's report: wage policy conference. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1970
  • 003851 United Steelworkers of America Report of officers, 15th Constitutional Convention. Atlantic City, NJ United Steelworkers of America 1970
  • 003852 United Steelworkers of America Constitution of International Union : manual. Chicago United Steelworkers of America 1968
  • 003853 United Steelworkers of America Local union elections manual. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1969
  • 003854 United Steelworkers of America Audit report, January 1 to June 30, 1970. Pittsburgh United Steelworkers of America 1970
  • 003855 Retail Clerks International Association. Local 698 Report and recommendation of an organizer. Akron, Ohio RCIA, Local 698 1970
  • 003856 Retail Clerks International Association. Local 954 Open letter to Bellman Clerks. Toledo? RCIA, Local 954 195-?
  • 003857 Abel, I.W. Developing crisis in international trade. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1970
  • 003858 UPWA UPWA District delegates list S.l. s.n. 195-?
  • 003859 Unemployed. (December 1930) New York League for Indus. Democracy 1930
  • 003913 Ohio Bureau of Unemployment Compensation Cleveland area skill survey, 1962-1967. Columbus Ohio Bur. of Unemployment Comp 1962?
  • 003915 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Amalgamated illustrated almanac. New York Amalgamated Clothing Workers 1924
  • 003917 Meat Cutters Health & Welfare Funds. Annual report. Cleveland Trustees to the Funds 1967
  • 003918 Meat Cutters Health & Welfare Funds. Annual report. Cleveland Trustees to the Funds 1961
  • 003925 United Mine Workers Journal (v.84, no.5) Washington, D.C. United Mine Workers 1973
  • 003926 Consolidator (v.5, no.6) Cleveland, Ohio Consol. Comm. of Enginmen 1949
  • 003928 Right Wing Labor (Nov. 1944) Cleveland, Ohio Right Wing Labor 1944
  • 003932 Preston, Thomas B. Pope Leo on Labor (in Arena v.4, no.4) Boston, Mass. Arena Publishing Co. 1891
  • 003946 New Labor Review (No.2) San Francisco, CA San Francisco State University 1978
  • 003954 Debs, Eugene V., ed. Locomotive Firemen's Magazine (v.11, no.2, 8) Terre Haute, Ind. Locomotive Trainmen 1887
  • 003957 Strike reporter (v.1, no.1) Cleveland International Typo. Union #53 1963
  • 003962 Independent Observer (v.11, no.3-4) Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland Independent Club 1965
  • 003968 Labor information bulletin (v.18, no.6) Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of Labor 1951
  • 003990 Labor Advocate (v.24, no.25) El Paso, Texas Labor Advocate 1950
  • 003991 Local no.5 air bag. Akron, Ohio United Rubber Workers 1947
  • 003992 Sharecroppers' Voice (v.2, no.1) Memphis, Tenn. Voice Publishing Co. 1936
  • 003993 Worker (v.23, no. 45, 51) New York Worker 1958
  • 003994 Union Labor News (v.8, no.5) Madison, Wisc. Madison Federation of Labor 1946
  • 003995 Work (v.4, no. 3, 6) Chicago Work 1946
  • 003996 Trade Union Courier (v.29, no.9) New York Trade Union Courier Publ. Co. 1963
  • 003997 Warehouse Workers Strike Bulletin (v.1, no.22) St. Louis, Mo Warehouse Employees local 667 1936
  • 003998 Miner's Voice (v.2, no.10) Charleston, W.Va. Miner's Voice 1972
  • 004000 Labor Challenge (v.6, no.6) Toronto Labor Challenge 1951
  • 004003 Maverick (v.1, no.1, 5) Chicago, Ill. Maverick Publishing 1959-1960
  • 004010 National Labor Digest (v.4, no.3) New York Labor Press Association 1921
  • 004011 Sport and Play : an Illustrated Labor Sports Magazine (v.1, no.2) New York Labor Sports Union 1931
  • 004012 Pacific Weekly (v.5, no.2) Carmel, California Lincoln Steffens 1936
  • 004021 Labor Challenge (v.3, no.12) Toronto Labor Challenge 1947
  • 004022 Labor Challenge (v.5, no.10) Toronto Labor Challenge 1949
  • 004023 Consolidator (v.3, no.1) Cleveland, Ohio Consol. Comm. of Enginmen 1947
  • 004024 Mass Action (v.1, no.12, 13) Columbus, Ohio National Unemployed League 1935
  • 004027 Foner, Philip S. We dare be free (Tempo) S.l. Fur, Leather & Machine Workers 1969-1972
  • 004028 Inside Local 1082 (v.3, no.1-2) Beaver Fall, Pa. United Steel Workers #1082 1970
  • 004036 Local 737 newsletter (v.3, no.7) Nashville, Tenn. United Auto Workers Local 737 1970
  • 004037 AFL-CIO Industrial Union Dept. Forgottenest Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Industrial Union Dept. 1965
  • 004038 Muscular Dystrophy Assn. Labor Press Division March against muscular dystrophy New York Muscular Dystrophy Assn. 1970
  • 004050 Sexton, Brendan Middle class workers and the new politics New York League for Indust. Democracy 1968?
  • 004053 Ohio AFL-CIO Officer's rept to the Ohio AFL-CIO 7th constitutional convention Cleveland Ohio AFL-CIO 1970
  • 004061 Union review (v.1, no.1) San Francisco Calif. State Fed. of Teachers 1962
  • 004069 Day, Virgil Collective Bargaining and the Suffocating blanket. Pelham, NY Vital Speeches of the Day 1965
  • 004071 Maier, Heribert International Confederation of Free Trade Unions Santiago, Chile ICFTU 1972
  • 004072 Hoffa's Chattanooga Trial: Drive Reporter Special edition Washington, DC Unit. Brotherhood of Teamsters 1967?
  • 004075 Revolution in America : Focus/Midwest (v.5, no.37) St. Louis, Mo. Focus/Midwest 1967
  • 004093 International Fishermen & Allied Workers. Local 3 Fish Story S.l. Pacific Dist. Local 3 194-?
  • 004094 Labor bibliography. S.l. s.n. 1944?
  • 004096 Sentner, William. Motor industry : a report. Springfield, Mass. National Motor Conference 1939
  • 004104 Erickson, Herman How our economy works. Chicago University of Illinois 1956?
  • 004110 Southern Tenant Farmers Union Southern Tenant Farmers Union statement on farm tenancy (suppl) Memphis Southern Tenant Farmers Union 1936
  • 004111 Historic decision, the Dallas Ford case : 20th anniversary Dallas UAW Citizen 1960

 Latin America

  • 002331 Alexander, Robert Labor parties of Latin America. New York League for Indus. Democracy 1942
  • 002541 U.S. Department of State Our southern partners: story of inter-American cooperation. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1962
  • 002590 Monge, Luis Alberto Labor and the economic problems of the Americas. Washington, D.C. CIO Dept. for Intl. Affairs 1954
  • 002593 Rens, Jef Latin America and the International Labour Organisation... Geneva International Labour Office 1959

 Law

  • 001676 Frankfurter, Felix Hours of labor and realism in Constitutional law. New York National Consumers' League 1916
  • 001677 U.S. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor. Violations of free speech and rights of labor: digest of report.. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1939
  • 001678 U.S. 83rd Congress Communist Control Act of 1954. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1954
  • 001680 Recht, Charles American deportation and exclusion laws: a report... New York People's Print 1919
  • 001681 Laidler, Harry W. Putting the Constitution to work. New York League for Indus. Democracy 1936
  • 003125 Freeman, Harrop A. et al. Civil disobedience. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1966
  • 003126 Cowen, Zelman et al. Fair trial vs. a free press. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1963
  • 003276 U.S. Dept. of Justice Handbook on the law of search and seizure. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1967
  • 003313 Jenkins, Herbert Keeping the peace: a police chief looks at his job. New York Harper & Row 1970

 Literature

  • 003767 City lights. (No.1) San Francisco City Lights 1952
  • 003768 San Francisco review. (Vol.1, no.1) San Francisco R.H. Miller 1958
  • 003769 Vibration. (Issue 16) Cleveland Vibration 1971
  • 003770 Yawp. (Vol.1, no.2) Akron University of Akron 1968
  • 003810 Comment. (Vol. 1, issue 7) Cleveland Polumbo Enterprize 197-
  • 003838 Crossroad. (No.1, 4) Cleveland, Ohio Crossroad Publisher 1939
  • 003894 Bookmailer news. New York Bookmailer 1959
  • 003947 Critic and Guide (v.4, no.7) Girard, Kansas E. Haldeman-Julius 1950
  • 003948 International Literature (no.4) Moscow State Literary-Art Publ. House 1938
  • 003951 Virginia Quarterly Review (v.34, no.2) Charlottesville, Va Virginia Quarterly Review 1958
  • 003971 Open shelf (no.4-6) Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland Public Library 1968
  • 003972 Dublin Magazine (v.33, no.2) Dublin Dublin Magazine 1958
  • 003975 Polemic Society Polemic (v.4, no.1) Cleveland, Ohio Western Reserve University 1959
  • 004002 Canadian Forum (v.29, no. 348) Toronto Canadian Forum 1950
  • 004019 New Theatre (v.3, no.4) New York New Theatre League 1936
  • 004045 American Mercury (Dec 1928) New York American Mercury 1928
  • 004046 New Left Review (May 1962) New York New Left Review 1962
  • 004052 Cosmopolitan illustrated monthly magazine (v.30, no.1) New York John Brisben Walker 1900
  • 004106 Black literature : the Activist (v.9, no.2) Oberlin, Ohio Activist 1969

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