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Guide to the James K. Staley papers
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The James K. Staley papers are made up of two linear feet of records documenting the Mailer and Typographical International Union labor strike in the mid to late 1970's. The series of documents is one cubic foot organized chronologically with dates ranging from 1969 to 1983 with the bulk of the material dating from 1974 to 1978. The series includes Printed Materials, Correspondence, Strike Negotiations, Personal Documents, Photos, Fliers, and Expense Reports. One linear foot of the collection is dedicated to artifacts. One and one-half linear feet of the artifacts contain T-shirts, Button Badges, and Bumper Stickers. The other one and a half linear foot consist of three picket signs.
2 linear feet (3 boxes + 4 oversized signs)
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Collection is open for research use.