Consists of the office files of the Western Labor Communications Association (WLCA), donated by Fred Glass. Includes notes,
agendas, correspondence, and materials from WLCA conferences and Executive Board Meetings from 1991 to their final meeting
in June 2006. Also includes founding documents for the California Labor Press Association (CLPA) and the Western Labor Communications
The Western Labor Communications Association (WLCA), founded in 1965 as the California Labor Press Association (CLPA), provided
informational and educational support for labor publications, labor-oriented radio and television programs, and later, electronic
media. During its existence, the WLCA hosted annual conferences and journalism contests, and provided resources to help raise
the profile of California's labor press publications.
0.75 cubic ft.
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Collection is open for research.