COLLECTIONS: 1 - 10 of 36
Overview: Addenda to the records (79-M116--81-M121) of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women (U.S.).
Overview: Research, talks, and interviews with research scientist Jeanne Mager Stellman regarding the Women's Occupational Health Resource Center and the field of occupational health and safety.
Audiotape collection of the Milwaukee Chapter of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women, 1974-2000
Overview: Collection includes radio appearances or speeches by Ellen Bravo, PSAs (Public Service Announcements) for 9 to 5, and interviews with other members.
Overview: Transcripts of the first and second deportation hearings of Harry Bridges. Bridges, a San Francisco labor leader and Australian citizen who entered the United States in 1920, underwent two failed deportation attempts between 1938 and 1945 for his alleged affiliation with the Communist Party. The collection also includes briefs, hearing opinions and appeal, and the court opinion regarding Bridges' petition for writ of habeas corpus.
Overview: This collection contains the papers of Henry Wise, who practiced law in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the early to mid-twentieth century. Wise focused his practice mainly on unions, housing, and the fishing industry. He was a strident supporter of collective bargaining for workers in the Boston and Cambridge area and assisted Massachusetts fishermen in their efforts to establish fishing collectives.
Overview: Contains a variety of materials relating chiefly to his personal, political, and civil rights activities. The collection contains family papers pre-dating Garrison's birth and other personal correspondence with his friends and colleagues. Much of this correspondence provides a unique look into the social and political milieu of New York City in the mid-Twentieth Century. A subseries titled, Major Correspondence, consists of correspondence with noted legal figures. The papers also include...
Overview: Diaries, correspondence, writings, speeches, notes, photographs, clippings, etc., of social reformer Elizabeth Glendower Evans.