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London (Joan) papers
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Correspondence, book draft for So Shall Ye Reap, newsletters and statements, and newsclippings and publications relating to the agricultural labor movement in California.
Joan London (1901-1971) was the librarian for the California Labor Federation from the 1940s until her retirement in 1962. Afterwards, continued to be active in workers' movements and was a member of the Citizens for Farm Labor. She collaborated with Henry Pope Anderson and wrote So Shall Ye Reap: The Story of Cesar Chavez and the Farm Workers' Movement.
3 Linear Feet (6 manuscript boxes)
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