Finding Aid to the Phillips Pamphlet Collection

Labor Archives and Research Center
San Francisco State University
J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 460
1630 Holloway Ave
San Francisco 94132-1722
Business Number: (415) 405-5571

Title: Walton D. Phillips Pamphlet collection
Date (inclusive): 1903-1966
Creator: Phillips, Walton D.
Extent: 8.27 Cubic Feet (36 boxes)
Collection number: larc.pam.0003
Accession number: 1988/071
Repository: Labor Archives and Research Center
J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 460
San Francisco State University
1630 Holloway Ave
San Francisco, CA 94132-1722
(415) 405-5571
Extent: 8.27 Cubic Feet (36 boxes)
Abstract: The Walton D. Phillips Pamphlet Collection contains printed material such as pamphlets, booklets, and assorted newsletters published by labor organizers, leftist political groups, and unions in the first half of the 20th century in the United States. Topics include class struggle, strike strategy, racism and anti-semitism, socialism and anarchism, capitalism, labor unions, and other issues related to organized labor. Groups such as the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA), American Federation of Teachers (AFT), International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are heavily represented in this collection. There are also substantial materials related to political prisoners and the Red Scare, including the political trials of Tom Mooney and Earl Browder.
Physical Location: Materials are stored offsite; requires advance notice.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English.

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright has not been assigned to the Labor Archives and Research Center. All requests for permission to publish or quote from materials must be submitted in writing to the Director of the Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Labor Archives and Research Center as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Walton D. Phillips Pamphlet Collection, larc.pam.0003, Labor Archives and Research Center, San Francisco State University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Donated by Walton D. Phillips in 1988, accession number 1988/071.


Arranged as received.

Scope and Contents

The Walton D. Phillips Pamphlet Collection contains printed material such as pamphlets, booklets, and assorted newsletters published by labor organizers, leftist political groups, and unions in the first half of the 20th century in the United States. Topics include class struggle, strike strategy, racism and anti-semitism, socialism and anarchism, capitalism, labor unions, and other issues related to organized labor. Groups such as the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA), American Federation of Teachers (AFT), International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are heavily represented in this collection. There are also substantial materials related to political prisoners and the Red Scare, including the political trials of Tom Mooney and Earl Browder.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Communist trials -- United States.
Socialist literature
Socialists -- United States.
Labor -- California -- History -- 20th century.
World War, 1939-1945.

box 1, folder 1

Davis, Benjamin J. Why I am a communist. New Century 1947

box 1, folder 2

Ebert, Justus. IWW in theory & practice. IWW 1920

box 1, folder 3

Duff, Harvey. Silent defenders, courts and capitalism in California: ...expose of the Sacramento frame-up. IWW 192?

box 1, folder 4

Stavis, Barrie. Songs of Joe Hill. People's Artists 1955

box 1, folder 5

Stavis, Barrie. Songs of Joe Hill. Folkways Records 1954

box 1, folder 6

Aptheker, Herbert. America's racist laws: weapon of national oppression. Masses & Mainstream 1951

box 1, folder 7

Green, James J. Wendell Phillips. International Publishers 1943

box 1, folder 8

Morris, George. Labor and anti-semitism. New Century 1953

box 1, folder 9

North, Joseph. Behind the Florida bombings: who killed NAACP leader Harry T. Moore and his wife? New Century 1952

box 1, folder 10

Browder, Earl. Anti-semitism: what it means and how to combat it. Workers Library 1943

box 1, folder 11

Browder, Earl. Democracy vs. force and violence. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 195?

box 1, folder 12

Browder, Earl. Because of race, creed, color: the case of Festus Coleman. Coleman Defense Committee 194?

box 1, folder 13

Cacchione, Peter V. Public speaking: a speaker's guide book. Workers Library 1942

box 1, folder 14

Cacchione, Peter V. Answer is full employment. CIO Political Action Committee 194?

box 1, folder 15

Cacchione, Peter V. Modesto frame-up. Joint Marine Modesto Defense Committee undated

box 1, folder 16

CPUSA. How to organize mass meetings. Workers Library 1939

box 1, folder 17-18

CPUSA. California Labor School. California Labor School 1944

box 1, folder 19

CPUSA. A.F. of L. fights bigotry! Jewish Labor Committee undated

box 1, folder 20

Gaer, Joseph. When a worker needs a friend. CIO Political Action Committee 1946

box 1, folder 21

Gaer, Joseph. What every canvasser should know. CIO Political Action Committee undated

box 1, folder 22

Gaer, Joseph. Every worker a voter. CIO Political Action Committee 1944

box 1, folder 23

Gaer, Joseph. People's program for 1946. CIO Political Action Committee 1946

box 1, folder 24

Gaer, Joseph. Remember in November. CIO Political Action Committee 1946

box 1, folder 25

Gaer, Joseph. What every voter should know and do in 1946. CIO Political Action Committee 1946

box 1, folder 26

Opening statement of Geo. F. Vanderveer in the case of the U.S.A. vs Wm. D. Haywood, et al. IWW undated

box 1, folder 27

Gaer, Joseph. Scottsboro: a record of a broken promise. Scottsboro Defense Committee undated

box 1, folder 28

Shields, Art. Pittsburgh: peace on trial. Committee To Defend The Pittsburgh Frame Up Victims 1951

box 1, folder 29

Shields, Art. Truth about Columbia Tennessee cases. Southern Conference For Human Welfare 194?

box 1, folder 30

Cramer, Frank. Case of the people against the lawyers and the courts: interviews with an outdoor philosopher 1915

box 1, folder 31

Cramer, Frank. 13 communists speak to the court. New Century 1953

box 2, folder 32

Kutcher, James. Case of the legless veteran 1953

box 2, folder 33

Kutcher, James. Compulsory state. Wall Street Journal 1945

box 2, folder 34

Connolly, James. Socialism made easy. Charles Kerr 1909

box 2, folder 35

Michal, Wolf. Youth marches towards socialism: report to the sixth world congress of the Young Communist Int'l. Workers Library 1936

box 2, folder 36

Starobin, Joseph. Should Americans back the Marshall plan? New Century 1948

box 2, folder 37

Kerr, Charles H. What Socialism Is. Charles Kerr undated

box 2, folder 38

Pieck, Wilhelm. International solidarity against imperialist war. Workers Library 1941

box 2, folder 39

Gorky, Maxim. To American intellectuals. International Pamphlets undated

box 2, folder 40

Kropotkin, Pierre. Law and authority: an anarchist essay. Williams Reeves undated

box 2, folder 41

Hutchins, Grace. Truth about the Liberty League. International Pamphlets 1936

box 2, folder 42

DeLeon, Daniel. Ballot and the class struggle. New York Labor News Company 1933

box 2, folder 43

Cooper, Leo. Universal military training (UMT): program for peace or weapon for war? New Century 1948

box 2, folder 44

Weissman, Aaron. Best years of their lives. New Century 1955

box 2, folder 45

Wallace, Henry A. Tribute to Russia. Congress Of American Soviet Friendship 1942

box 2, folder 46

Hall, Gus. Peace can be won!: report to 15th convention Communist Party. New Century 1951

box 2, folder 47

Ault, Leslie. Challenge to fear: a record of the massacre at South Chicago, memorial day. Maverick 1937

box 2, folder 48

Wallace, Henry. Henry Wallace says: "Increase wages out of profits!" Wallace For President Committee undated

box 2, folder 49

Stewart, Maxwell S. Cooperatives in the U.S.: a balance sheet. Public Affairs Committee 1939

box 2, folder 50

Williams, Robert H. Know your enemy. Christian Educational Association 1950

box 2, folder 51

Wallace, Henry A. Century of the common man. International Workers Order 1942

box 2, folder 52

Wallace, Henry A. Exile. Friends and Neighbors Of David Hyun undated

box 2, folder 53

MacLeish, Archibald. Alternative. Roger N. Baldwin Civil Liberties Foundation 1955

box 2, folder 54

MacLeish, Archibald. Political guide: the journal of political action techniques. National Citizens Political Action Committee 1946

box 2, folder 55

MacLeish, Archibald. Postwar employment and the liquidation of war production. Committee For Economic Development 1944

box 2, folder 56

Hallinan, Vivian and Vincent. Clash of cultures: some contrasts in American and Soviet morals & manners. American Russian Institute 1960

box 2, folder 57

Taylor, Glen H. Special session: bi-partisan filibuster and failures. USGPO 1948

box 2, folder 58

Taylor, Glen H. Boondoggling: the story of the $25,00 Memphis dog house and other stories. Record Publishing undated

box 2, folder 59

Taylor, Glen H. One hundred votes: an analysis of the 1937 session of the California legislature. United Progressive News 1938

box 2, folder 60

Taylor, Glen H. Brookhart's blunders: an exposure of the ignorance and misstatements contained in...speech... 1922

box 2, folder 61

Crouch, Winston W., et al. Agricultural cities: paradoxes in politics of a metropolis. UCLA 1964

box 2, folder 62

Crouch, Winston W., et al. National Citizens Political Action Committee 1946

box 2, folder 63

Crouch, Winston W., et al. Constitution of the Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America. Brotherhood Railway Carmen 193?

box 2, folder 64

Crouch, Winston W., et al. Motor power & car departments agreement between Southern Pacific Co.and System Federation no. 114. AFL 1936

box 3, folder 65

Brown, Lloyd L. Lift every voice for Paul Robeson. Freedom Associates 1951

box 3, folder 66

Boyer, Richard O. Hold high the torch! New Century 1951

box 3, folder 67

Boyer, Richard O. Ten questions about UOPWA and the answers white collar workers found. UOPWA, CIO undated

box 3, folder 68

Boyer, Richard O. We were investigated. Workers Alliance Of California 1939

box 3, folder 69

Boyer, Richard O. Preamble and constitution of the IWW. IWW 192?

box 3, folder 70

Boyer, Richard O. Agreement between San Francisco Retailers Council and Department Store Employes' Union local no.1100. SF Retailers Council 1949

box 3, folder 71

Boyer, Richard O. Industry's law against the people. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America undated

box 3, folder 72

Boyer, Richard O. Constitution and by-laws: Workers' Alliance of California. Workers Alliance undated

box 3, folder 73

Boyer, Richard O. Constitution of International Union: United Steelworkers of America. United Steelworkers 1956

box 3, folder 74

Vanzetti, Bartolomeo. Background of the Plymouth trial. Road To Freedom Group undated

box 3, folder 75

Appeal to reason. National Lawyers Guild 195?

box 3, folder 76

Tony was sentenced to death! Federation Of Greek Maritime Unions 1949

box 3, folder 76

Pomerantz, Charlotte, ed. Quarter-century of un-Americana, A: a tragico-comical memorabilia of HUAC. Marzani & Munsell, Pubs 1963

box 3, folder 77

Supreme court of the U.S. v. Eugene Dennis, et al 1950

box 3, folder 78

Supreme court issue and the constitution. Barnes & Noble 1937

box 3, folder 79

Mutiny? NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund 1945

box 3, folder 80

Scientist in Alcatraz: 16 questions and answers on the case of Morton Sobell. National Committee To Secure Justice In The Rosenberg Sobell Case undated

box 3, folder 81

California's new loyalty: the Levering Act and the program of the Federation for Repeal...Federation For Repeal Of The Levering Act 195?

box 3, folder 82

Is family devotion now subversive? Families Of Smith Act Victims 195?

box 3, folder 83

Persecution of Oleta O'connor Yates. California Emergency Defense Committee undated

box 3, folder 84

United States court of appeals v. Eugene Dennis, et al 1950

box 3, folder 85

Alman, Emily. Prisoner on our conscience: the story of Morton Sobell. Committee To Secure Justice For Morton Sobell 195?

box 3, folder 86

Heller, A.a. American scientist no. 996: the story of Morton Sobell undated

box 3, folder 87

Komorowski, Conrad. Strange trial of Stanley Nowak. Stanley Nowak Defense Committee 1954

box 3, folder 88

Lawson, Elizabeth. Thaddeus Stevens: militant democrat and fighter for negro rights. International 1942

box 3, folder 89

Burnham, Louis. Behind the lynching of Emmet Louis Till. Freedom Associates 1955

box 3, folder 90

Friessen, Gordon. Oklahoma witch hunt. Oklahoma Committee To Defend Political Prisoners 1941

box 3, folder 91-92

Voices for freedom. Civil Rights Congress 1951

box 3, folder 93

Kirchwey, George W. Survey of the workings of the criminal syndicalism law in California. ACLU, California Committee 1926

box 3, folder 94

Opinion of Justice Murray Hearn declaring the Feinberg "subversive activities" law unconstitutional. Teachers Union, Local 555, UPW CIO 1950

box 3, folder 95

Opinion of Justice Harry E Schirick declaring Feinberg "subversive activities" law unconstitutional. Citizens Committee Against The Feinberg Law 1949

box 3, folder 96

Howard, Asbury. Free our hand! International Union Of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers 1951

box 3, folder 97

Radio handbook. CIO Political Action Committee undated

box 3, folder 98

Gaer, Joseph. Let our people live. CIO Political Action Committee undated

box 3, folder 99

Perry, Pettis. Communist party: vanguard fighter for peace, democracy, security, and socialism. New Century 1953

box 3, folder 100

Coe, Lee. Slave law: what's in it, how we fight it. Daily People's World undated

box 4, folder 101

Foster, William Z. Strike strategy. Trade Union Educational League 1926

box 4, folder 102

CIO: what is is...and how it came to be. CIO 1937

box 4, folder 102

Raudebaugh, Charles. The People Say: Professionals, Farm Workers, Businessmen, Workers, Housewives 1945

box 4, folder 103

Foster, William Z. In defense of the Communist party and the indicted leaders. New Century 1949

box 4, folder 104

Ward, Courtney. AFL and one world of labor: the report of an observer at the World Trade Union conference. Brotherhood Of Painters, Decorators And Paperhangers, District Council Number Six 1945

box 4, folder 105

Solow, Herbert. Union-smashing in Sacramento: the truth about the criminal syndicalism trial. National Sacramento Appeal Committee 1935

box 4, folder 106

Behind the bars for the first amendment. Committee Of First Amendment Defendents undated

box 4, folder 107

Murdock, Steve. Man behind the Warren mask. Daily People's World undated

box 4, folder 108

Proceedings of California legislative council, 1947. State Wide Legislative Conference 1947

box 4, folder 109

Perry, Pettis. Party of negro and white. New Century 1953

box 4, folder 110

Davis, Benjamin J. Defense of negro rights, In. New York State Committee, Communist Party 1950

box 4, folder 111

Hirsch, Carl. Terror at Trumbull. New Century 1955

box 4, folder 112

Brown, Lloyd L. Stand up for freedom!: the negro people vs. the Smith act. New Century 1952

box 4, folder 113

Lightfoot, Claude. Not guilty!: the case of Claude Lightfoot. New Century 1955

box 4, folder 114

David, Benjamin J. Negro people on the march: report to the National Committee of the Communist Party, U.S.A.. New Century 1956

box 4, folder 115

Dean, Elwood. Story of the Trenton six. New Century 1949

box 4, folder 116

Minor, Robert. Tell the people how Ben Davis was elected. New Century 1946

box 4, folder 117

Minor, Robert. Lynching and frame-up in Tennessee. New Century 1946

box 4, folder 118

Lawson, Elizabeth. 20 years on the chain gang?: Angelo Herndon must go free. International Labor Defense 1935

box 4, folder 119

Tampa--tar and terror. Committee For The Defense Of Civil Rights In Tampa 193?

box 4, folder 120

Robeson, Paul. Forge negro-labor unity for peace and jobs. Harlem Trade Union Council 1950

box 4, folder 121

Raymond, Harry. Ingrams shall not die!: story of Georgia's new terror. Daily Worker 1948

box 4, folder 122

Organize for action. National Citizens Political Action Committee undated

box 4, folder 123

We charge genocide:the crime of government against the negro people a petition to the United Nations. Civil Rights Congress 1951

box 4, folder 124

I can vote. California CIO Council 1944

box 4, folder 125

Case of Claude Lightfoot. Lightfoot Defense Committee undated

box 4, folder 126

Reed, Sidney. Untold Ellington story. Pacific Coast Youth Recorder 1955

box 4, folder 127

Truth goes marching on... California Emergency Defense Committee undated

box 4, folder 128

Jackson, Esther Cooper. This is my husband: fighter for his people, political refugee. National Committee To Defend Negro Leadership 1953

box 4, folder 129

Millner, Ralph. Right to live. Kenya Committee 195?

box 4, folder 130

Of the People. Independent Progressive Party Of California, Organizing Committee 1947

box 4, folder 131

Jones, Claudia. Ben Davis: fighter for freedom. National Committee To Defend Negro Leadership 1954

box 4, folder 132

Yeates, Mary. Discrimination against coloured people. World Federation Of Trade Unions undated

box 4, folder 133

Crockett, George W., Jr. Freedom is everybody's job!: the crime of the government against the negro people. National Non Partisan Committee undated

box 4, folder 134

Wallace, Henry A. How your congressman voted. Voters Guide 1946

box 4, folder 135

Campaign school book. Democratic National Committee, Women's Division 1944

box 4, folder 136

Chafee, Zechariah, Jr. Freedom agenda: freedom of speech and press. Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund 1955

box 4, folder 137

Peltason, Jack. Freedom agenda: constitutional liberty and seditious activity. Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund 1954

box 5, folder 138

First biennial report of the Department of Industrial Relations of the state of California, 1927-30 1931

box 5, folder 139

Company union trap. CIO undated

box 5, folder 140

Dobie, J. Frank. Divided we stand. International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft And Agricultural Implement Workers Of America undated

box 5, folder 141

Chamberlain, John. Democracy and the closed shop. National Association Of Manufacturers 1942

box 5, folder 142

Automation. CIO Committee On Economic Policy undated

box 5, folder 143

Political guide: the journal of political action techniques. National Citizens Political Action Committee 1946

box 5, folder 144

It's our city too: the facts of the department store strike. Retail Dept Store Employees Union, Local 1100 1938

box 5, folder 145

Daily proceedings of the second constitutional convention of the CIO. CIO 1939

box 5, folder 146

How to organize a local political campaign. Labor's Non-Partisan League undated

box 5, folder 147

Charter of the city of Berkeley undated

box 5, folder 148

There are those who remember. National Citizens Political Action Committee undated

box 5, folder 149

How big is big business? CIO 1947

box 5, folder 150

Tom Mooney's message on the 1938 California elections. Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee 1938

box 5, folder 151

Pardon Tom Mooney; he is innocent. Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee 1929

box 5, folder 152

An Injury to one is an injury to all. International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union undated

box 5, folder 153

Minor, Robert. Frame-up system: story of the San Francisco bomb. International Workers' Defense League 1916

box 5, folder 154

Justice for Tom Mooney: speech of Hon. Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota in the Senate of the U.S.. USGPO 1929

box 5, folder 155

U.S. education in crisis. Internation Union Of Students 1950

box 5, folder 156

Students fight for freedom. International Union Of Students 1950

box 5, folder 157

Inside story: the strange case of two newspaper editors and the FBI. California Emergency Defense Committee undated

box 5, folder 158

Everlasting Bridges cases. International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union 1955

box 5, folder 159

Establish justice: sharecroppers under planters law, To. Workers Defense League 1940

box 5, folder 160

Wells, Hulet M. Wilson and the issues of today. Socialist Party 1918

box 5, folder 161

Roberts, Holland. Nuclear weapons--or mankind's survival. New World Review 1957

box 5, folder 162

Kuenzli, Irvin R. Should professionally-minded teachers affiliate with labor? American Federation Of Teachers undated

box 5, folder 163

Tom Mooney: betrayed by labor leaders 193?

box 5, folder 164

O'Sullivan, Frank Dalton. Rackets: including the practices of the better business bureau system. O'Sullivan Publishing 1933

box 5, folder 165

Monopoly power as exercised by labor unions. National Association Of Manufacturers undated

box 5, folder 166

Murray, Philip. Harry Bridges case. Harry Bridges Victory Committee 1945

box 5, folder 167

Bias and prejudice in textbooks in use in New York City schools. Teachers Union, Local 555, UPW 195?

box 5, folder 168

Scholar and school--new targets for bigotry. California Labor School 195?

box 5, folder 169

Sing out! People's Artists 1952

box 5, folder 170

President Roosevelt can and should free Harry Bridges now! Harry Bridges Victory Committee undated

box 6, folder 171

Law and Harry Bridges. Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee 1952

box 6, folder 172

Marshall, Thurgood and Walter White. What caused the Detroit riot? NAACP 1943

box 6, folder 173

Green, Buddy and Steve Murdock. Jerry Newson story. East Bay Civil Rights Congress 1950

box 6, folder 174

They starve that we may eat: migrants of the crops. Council Of Women For Home Missions And Missionary Education Movement 1938

box 6, folder 175

This is the farmers union. National Farmers Union 1951

box 6, folder 176

Joughin, Louis. Scrutiny of professors: impact and modification of section 6-i of the industrial security manual. Bulletin Of The American Association Of University Professors 1958

box 6, folder 177

Conformists, informers or free teachers. Teachers Union 195?

box 6, folder 178

Hughes, Hearst, and hell 1916

box 6, folder 179

Committee for the First Amendment undated

box 6, folder 180

Bridges showdown. Harry Bridges Defense Committee 1941

box 6, folder 181

Dean Landis speaks on the case of Harry Bridges. Harry Bridges Defense Committee undated

box 6, folder 182

Town meeting undated

box 6, folder 183

Weaver, Robert C. Hemmed in: abc's of race restrictive housing covenants. American Council On Race Relations 1945

box 6, folder 184

Report on economic conditions of the south. National Emergency Council 1938

box 6, folder 185

Costello, E.J. Shame that is Kentucky's!: the story of the Harlan mine war. General Defense Committee 193?

box 6, folder 186

Harry Bridges. Harry Bridges undated

box 6, folder 187

U.S. District Court:Communist Party in support of motion to intervene in the matter of Harry Bridges undated

box 6, folder 188

Symes, Lillian. Our American Dreyfus case: a challenge to California justice. Inter-Religious Committee For Justice For Thomas J. Mooney 1935

box 6, folder 189

Downey, Sheridan. Chain store menace. Independent Merchants Campaign Committee 193?

box 6, folder 190

Voting restrictions in the 13 southern states. Committee Of Editors And Writers Of The South 194?

box 6, folder 191

Kester, Howard. Revolt among the sharecroppers 1936

box 6, folder 192

Scandal of Mooney and Billings. National Mooney-Billings Committee 1931

box 6, folder 193

Marcantonio, Vito. We accuse! International Labor Defense 1938

box 6, folder 194

Biddle's private war against Harry Bridges. Harry Bridges Victory Committee undated

box 6, folder 195

Milliss, Bruce. Dollars, devaluation and you 1949

box 6, folder 196

Fickert has ravished justice. Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee 1917

box 6, folder 197

Justice is waiting. Mooney Defense Of Southern California 1930

box 6, folder 198

This is the law that will destroy California Labor. California State Federation Of Labor undated

box 6, folder 199

Belfrage, Cedric. Case of the stubborn editor. Weekly Guardian Associates 1955

box 6, folder 200

In the matter of the application made on behalf of Thomas J. Mooney for a pardon 1932

box 7, folder 201

Before the Governor the matter of the application of Thomas J. Mooney for pardon 1931

box 7, folder 202

Lift every voice!: the second people's song book. People's Artists 1953

box 7, folder 203

Huberman, Leo. Truth about unions 1946

box 8, folder 204

Why wages must be raised. CIO 1947

box 8, folder 205

Workers Education Bureau of America news letter. Workers Education Bureau, AFL 1948

box 8, folder 206

Yorty and Kuchel: the record of two legislators. California Labor League For Political Education, AFL 1954

box 8, folder 207

Truth about CIO. CIO 1946

box 8, folder 208

Action against jim crow: UPW'S fight for equal rights. United Packinghouse Workers Of America undated

box 8, folder 209

Appeals to the Governor of California to save the life of Wesley Robert Wells. Religious Committee For The Defense Of Wesley Robert Wells 1954

box 8, folder 210

Wells, Wesley Robert. Facts of my case: written from the death house. Civil Rights Congress undated

box 8, folder 211

Why? the fourth frame-up against Harry Bridges. Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee undated

box 8, folder 212

U.S.A. vs. Harry Bridges, Henry Schmidt and J.R. Robertson. Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee undated

box 8, folder 213

Gottlieb, William P. This is the NMU: a picture history of the national maritime union undated

box 8, folder 214

Murray, John. General strike of 1926: a history. Lawrence And Wishart 1951

box 8, folder 215

DeLeon, Daniel. What means this strike? New York Labor News Co 1928

box 8, folder 216

Weinstone, William. What means this strike? New York Labor News Co 1928

box 8, folder 217

Weinstone, William. Great sit-down strike. Workers Library Publishers 1937

box 8, folder 218

Franklin, Jay. La Guardia. Modern Age Books 1937

box 8, folder 219

Vorse, Mary Heaton. Passaic textile strike. General Relief Committee Of Textile Strikers 1927

box 8, folder 220

Carwardine, William H.. Pullman strike. Charles Kerr 1894

box 8, folder 221

Clark, Joseph C. We, the people. New Age 1937

box 8, folder 222

Problems of strike strategy: decisions of the int'l conference on strike strategy... Trade Union Unity League 1929

box 8, folder 223

Huberman, Leo. Great bus strike. Modern Age Books 1941

box 8, folder 224

Charles A. Doyle: the story of an American trade unionist. American Committee For Protection Of Foreign Born 1949

box 8, folder 225

Dunne, William F. Threat to the labor movement: the conspiracy against the trade unions undated

box 9, folder 226

Minton, Bruce and John Stuart. Men who lead labor. Modern Age Books 1937

box 9, folder 227

National budgets for full employment. National Planning Association 1945

box 9, folder 228

New workmen's compensation law. Labor And Industry Department 1937

box 9, folder 229

General strike for industrial freedom. IWW 1933

box 9, folder 230

Dunne, William F. Great San Francisco general strike. Workers Library 1934

box 9, folder 231

Seamen answer Standard Oil's lies. National Maritime Union Of America undated

box 9, folder 232

History of the American labor movement: 1700-1943. Tom Mooney Labor School undated

box 9, folder 233

Strike as a weapon of labor. National Union Of Marine Cooks & Stewards, CIO 194?

box 9, folder 234

Formation and proceedings of the first session of the Grand Lodge of California, A.O.U.W. 1877

box 9, folder 235

Saillant, Louis. Defend trade union rights. World Federation Of Trade Unions 1952

box 9, folder 236

Freeman, James Morton. No friend of labor: the ACTU in the labor unions. Fulfillment Press 1948

box 9, folder 237

Cohen, Fannia M. Labor unions and the community. ILGWU 1947

box 9, folder 238

Marquit, Sy. How to speak effectively: a handbook on public speaking for trade unionists. Transport Workers Union Of America undated

box 9, folder 239

Delaney, Ed and M.T. Rice. Bloodstained trail: a history of militant labor in the United States. Industrial Worker 1927

box 9, folder 240

Huberman, Leo. Free these three. King-Ramsay-Conner Defense Committee 194?

box 9, folder 241

Daugherty, Carroll R. Labor under the NRA 1934

box 9, folder 242

Carroll, Mollie Ray and Spencer Miller, Jr. American workers' education: its meaning, methods, and policies. Workers Education Bureau 1936

box 9, folder 243

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Waterfront is the union front, The: nailing the shipowners' lies. International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, CIO [San Francisco] 1948

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What every veteran should know about labor. American Federation Of Labor 1946

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Subsidies are fire engines. Consumers Division, UAW-CIO 1944?

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Truth about the waterfront, The: the I.L.A. states its case to the public. International Longshoremen's Association, Local 38-79 [San Francisco] 1935

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Your rights under the federal wage-hour law: how to know when there is a violation & what to do... Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1939

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Report of chairman John L. Lewis to the first constitutional convention of the CIO. Committee For Industrial Organization 1938

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Industrial unionism: the vital problem of organized labor. Committee For Industrial Organization 1935

box 28, folder 743

The people vs. the Chicago Tribune: the Tribune betrays military secrets- adopts Fascists- ... Union For Democratic Action 1942

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Jackson, Cole, and Schmidt, Henry. Report of the union members of the Pacific Coast Maritime Industry Board: 5th Biennial Convention. International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, CIO [San Francisco] 1943

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Gunton, George. Economic and social importance of the eight-hour movement, The. American Federation Of Labor 1889

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Gompers' Samuel. Eight-hour workday, The: its inauguration, enforcement, and influences. American Federation Of Labor 1896?

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Hathaway, Clarence. People vs. the Supreme Court, The. Workers Library Pubs. 1937

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Casey, James. Hearst: Labor's enemy #1. Workers Library Pubs. 1935

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Publisher on trial: a symposium: the case of Alexander Trachtenberg. Committee To Defend Alexander Trachtenberg 1952

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Drive against labor, The: an analysis of recent legislative proposals to restrict union activity. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1947

box 28, folder 751

Fair wages, fair taxes, union security: labor's way to victory. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1941

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Full employment: proceedings of the conference on full employment- CIO Political Action Committee. CIO Political Action Committee 1944

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Foster, Wm. Z. Reaction beats its war drums. New Century Pubs. 1946

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Cacchione, Peter V. Wall street on the warpath. New Century Pubs. 1947

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Lapin, Adam. Nation's biggest racket, The: is the drive toward war behind corruption in government? ... New Century Pubs. 1952

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Foster, William Z. Soviet trade unions, The, and allied labor unity. Workers Library Publishers Inc. 1943

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Marion, George. Free press, The: portrait of a monopoly. New Century Pubs. 1946

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Dunn, Robert. Spying on workers. International Pamphlets 1933

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Dark, E.P. Press against the people, The. Pinnacle Press [Australia] 1949?

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Big plot, The: proof of the justice department's plan to jail 21,105 Americans. National Non-Partisan Committee To Defend The Rights Of The 12 Communist Leaders 1950?

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Morris, George. Where is the CIO going? A program for militant trade unionism. New Century Pubs. 1949

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Bachrach, Marion. Federal jury is stacked against you, The. Communist Party Defense Committee 1949

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Morris, George. How Wall street picks your pocket]. New Century Pubs. 1946

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Never losing faith [with 3 inserts]. National Committee to Secure Justice In the Rosenberg Case 1953

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Organized Labor: golden anniversary commemorative edition of the A.F. Of L. ...newspaper 1900-1950. Organized Labor [San Francisco] 1950

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Law and order in San Francisco: a beginning. San Francisco Chamber Of Commerce 1916

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Wise, James Waterman. Meet Henry Wallace. Boni & Gaer 1948

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Ezickson, A.J., ed. Roosevelt album: over 150 photographs: the highlights of his life and work. Knickerbocker Publishing Co. 1945

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Ezickson, A.J., ed. Roosevelt album: over 200 photographs and letters, speeches, documents: the highlights of his life.. Knickerbocker Publishing Co. 1945

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National political campaign of 1944: part II: proceedings of Democratic National Convention,July 19. United States News 1944

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Solidly constantly together: report of the special session of the California Legislative Conference. California Legislative Conference 1947

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Anti-communist bulletin. Industrial Association Of San Francisco 1936

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American Socialist- Vol.3, #1 [Jan. 1956] AFL-CIO merger- bond of solidarity or rope of sand? American Socialist Publications 1956

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Guilty? ...of what? Eugene Dennis: who wants him in jail? Why? What does this case mean to you? Eugene Dennis Defense Committee 1947?

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Ninth Fortune Round Table, The: labor policy and national defense. Seaview Country Club 1941

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The IWW: you've asked the questions we're proud to answer. Industrial Workers Of The World, Seattle Joint Branches undated

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Siegel, William. Paris commune, The [International Pamphlets #12]. International Pamphlets 1932

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Bittelman, Alex. Milestones in the history of the communist party. Workers Library Publishers Inc. 1937

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Resolutions of the ninth convention of the communist party. Workers Library Pubs. 1936

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Draft resolution for the 16th national convention of the communist party, U.S.A.: adopted 9-13-1956. New Century Pubs. 1956

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Agreement between General Motors Corporation and the UAW-CIO. General Motors? 1950

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Interchange rules: Association of American Railroads, Operations & maintenance department: mech.div. Association of American Railroads 1960

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War manual, The: the world's work: facts everyone needs to know about the causes of the war,armies..Doubleday, Page & Co. 1914

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Constitution and ritual of the Sheet Metal Workers' International Association & local unions... Sheet Metal Workers' International Association 1935

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Haywood, Wm. Speech of Wm. D. Haywood on the case of Ettor and Giovannitti, dedicated to the world's workers.... Ettor-Giovannittii Defense Committee 1912

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Agreement between the Union Pacific System Lines..and the Shop Employees' Association - U.Pac.System . Union Pacific 1929?

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1952 Agreement between The Communications Workers of America and the Pacific Tel. & Telegraph Co. Communications Workers of America 1950

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Pritt, D.N. Star spangled shadow. Frederick Muller Ltd. [Great Britain] 1947

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Belfrage, Cedric. Seeds of destruction: the truth about the U.S. occupation of Germany. Cameron & Kahn 1954

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People's program for 1944, The. National Political Action Committee, CIO 1944

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Arms and the men: "Fortune's" incredible story of international traffic in arms. Doubleday, Doran & Co. 1940

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Vail, Sol. This is treason! International Workers Order, Inc. 1943

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U.S. labor looks at Europe. American Committee To Survey Labor Conditions In Europe 1951

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Labor political action: back bullets with ballots. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1943

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Murray, Philip. Our pledge to the nation. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1944

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Your war job with congress. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 194?

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Darrow, Clarence. Argument in favor of the communists. Charles H. Kerr & Co. 1920

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Songs for a new party. People's Songs 1948

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Employers Association of Distributors: Smash the union! International Longshoremen And Warehousemen's sunion, Local 1-6 (San Francisco-Oakland] undated

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Welfare and pensions on the docks of the Pacific coast. International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union- Pacific Maritime Assoc. Welfare-Pension Funds 1956

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Irish Worker, The, Vol.1, No.7- [March 3, 1917] Tom Monney sentenced to death- manifesto of R.Emmet. Jim Larkin 1917

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MacSwiney, Terence. Battlecries. The Rank And File [San Francisco] 1916?

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1956 Art calendar. Graphic Arts Workshop [San Francisco] 1956

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ILWU Story, The: Three decades of militant unionism. International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union [San Francisco] 1963

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Coleman, A.R., and Swanson, Victor S. As a trade unionist I hereby pledge.... Technical Engineers, Architects and Draftsmen Union, Local 89 (San Francisco) 1944?

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Young, Jack. People be damned!, The: a record of the 53rd session of the state legislature of California. People's Daily World [San Francisco] 1939

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Industry's weapon... company unionism! United Electrical, Radio And Machine Workers Of America 1950

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How to conduct a union meeting. UAW-CIO Education Department 194?

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Anstrom, George. American Farmer, The: capitalism crushes the American farm [International Pamphlets #23]. International Pubs. 1932

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Shachtman, Max. 1871: The Paris Commune [Little Red Library #8]. Daily Worker Publishing Co. undated

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Vatter, Harold G., etal. Victory through unionism. Pile Drivers, Bridge, Wharf And Dock Builders Local Union #34 [San Francisco] 194?

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Heckert, Fritz. What is happening in Germany? Workers Library Pubs. 1933

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Magoun, George F. Anarchy: a Thanksgiving day sermon, preached to the United Congregations Of Grinnell, Nov. 24, 1887. United Congregations Of Grinnell? 1887

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Ries, W.F. Heads and hands: "the capitalist system gives idlers 83%... workers 17%". W.F. Ries 1910

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Ries, W.F. Bees and butterflies. W.F. Ries 1910?

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600 prominent Americans ask president to rescind Biddle decision. National Federation for Constitutional Liberties 1942

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Wentworth, Franklin H. Wendell Phillips: an address by Franklin H. Wentworth. Socialist Literature Co. 1906

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This man will serve you: George P. Miller, candidate for congress. ? [Alameda County] 1944?

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Proud record of an American union, The! United Electrical, Radio And Machine Workers Of America 1949?

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I.L.W.U. Bulletin: local 1-10: Tuesday, November 14, 1939. ILWU Publicity Committee, Local 1-10 (San Francisco) 1939

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I.W.W. Songs to fan the flames of discontent: songs of the workers. Industrial Workers Of The World 1932

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Foster, William Z. U.S.A. and the U.S.S.R., The: war allies and friends. Workers Library Publishers Inc. 1942

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Foster, William Z. People and the congress, The. Workers Library Publishers Inc. 1943

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As we win (CIO Publication #98). CIO Postwar Planning Committee 1944

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Foster, William Z. Reaction beats its war drums. New Century Publishers 1946

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Monopoly in the United States: facts revealed by the TNEC investigation. International Publishers Co., Inc. 1942

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Coleman, Jerry. Square deal for the farmer, A. Workers Library Publishers, Inc. 1938

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Todes, Charlotte. Injunction menace, The. International Pamphlets 1932

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Smith, Vern. Frame-up system. International Pamphlets 1932

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Teachers fight for freedom: eight New York city teachers on trial. Teachers Union, Local 555, U.P.W. 1950

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UOPWA contract at Curtiss Wright: what it is- how it came to be. United Office and Professional Workers of America 1942?

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Union for all railroad workers, A: a candid statement of organization principles and structure... Industrial Workers Of The World 1948?

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Morris, George. Tale of two waterfronts, A. Daily Worker 1952?

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Maritime workers at the crossroads. Communist Party, U.S.A. 1949

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Spivak, John L. Save the country racket, The. New Century Pubs. 1948

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Marcantonio, Vito. Security with FDR. National Fraternal Committee For the Re-election Of President Roosevelt 1944

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Academic freedom "redefined." Teachers Union, Local 555, UPW-CIO, College Chapter 1949

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Jack Hall- ILWU. International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union 1952

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Reports to convention: local unions. International Longshoremen's And Warehousmen's Union [San Francisco] 1939

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Lewis, Celia, etal. Academic freedom in a time of crisis. New York Teachers Union, Local 555/ United Public Workers Of America, C.I.O. 1948

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Wolf, Herman. After 141 years: the story of the dye worker: what dye workers have won in two successful strikes. Federation Of Silk & Rayon Dyers & Finishers of America 1935

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Report of the California State Legislative Board: 54th session of the California State Legislature. Joint Legislative Board, Railroad Brotherhoods [San Francisco] 1941

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Report of the California State Legislative Board: 56th session of the California State Legislature. Joint Legislative Board, Railroad Brotherhoods [San Francisco] 1945

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Economics of price control, The. Labor Advisory Committees- Region VIII- OPA undated

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Bittelman, Alex. 15 years of the communist party. Workers Library Pubs. 1934

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Fight for communism in Germany, The. Workers Library Pubs. 1933

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What do communists really want? Communist Party, U.S.A. 1946?

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Build the CIO: acceptance speech of Philip Murray upon his election as president of the CIO:Nov 1940. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1940

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Stavis, Barry. Man who never died, The. Haven Press undated

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Knock on any door!: what every canvasser should know. National Wallace For President Committee undated

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Murray, Philip. CIO Defense Plan. Congress Of Industrial Organizations 1940?

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Nelson Case, The: state sedition laws are weapons of anti labor- anti negro- antisemitic repression. Civil Right Congress (sic.) 1955

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Foster, William Z. Railroad workers and the war, The. Workers Library Publishers Inc. 1941

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Because a man stood up for human rights! What Frank Murphy said about frameups against Harry Bridges. International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union, CIO [San Francisco] 1949

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What the church thinks of labor. American Federation Of Teachers 1944?

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Must we arm? Hillquit-Gardner debate. Rand School of Social Science 1916

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St. John, Vincent. Industrial unionism: the I.W.W. I.W.W. Publishing Bureau undated

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Famous speeches of the eight Chicago anarchists in court, The. Lucy E. Parsons, Publisher 1910

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Class struggle, The. Socialist Publication Society 1918

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Careathers, Benjamin Lowell. Frame-up of Benjamin Lowell Careathers, The. Committee To Defend the Pittsburgh Five 1953

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Railroad employees! Your rights to unemployment insurance...U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1939

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What 24 cents per month will do in A.F.T. dues. American Federation of Teachers 1946

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State of California demands the execution of this man: Wesley Robert Wells, The. Coleman, LeGrand L. and coalition of physicians 1950

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Murray, Philip. We must deliver! Address of Philip Murray, 8th annual UAW-CIO convention, Buffalo, New York... UAW-CIO Education Department 1943

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Communist election platform 1938: for jobs, security, democracy and peace. Workers Library Publishers 1938

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Schneiderman case, The: United States Supreme Court opinion. American Committee For Protection of Foreign Born 1943

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Questions and answers about the American Federation of Teachers. American Federation of Teachers 1946?

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Cannon, James P. I.W.W., The: the great anticipation. Pioneer Publishers 1956

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[speeches by John L. Lewis and Francis Gorman] American labor turns a new page. Workers Library Publishers 1935

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National Maritime Union of America. Labor spies in the N.M.U.. National Maritime Union of America 1938?

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My name is Wesley Robert Wells. San Francisco Civil Rights Congress 1951

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Okay...blow! A collection of cartoons from the "UE News" and other UE publications by Fred Wright. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1949?

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Green, Abner. In defense of the right to defend foreign born Americans. American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 1955

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Jim Crow in national defense. National Negro Congress, Los Angeles Council 1940

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Whitney, A. F. Railroad workers - act now! The enemy is at your gates: 200,000 jobs are in jeopardy. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen 1939

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Bridges, Harry. Women in the war:"...we must change our thinking". International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, Educational Department [San Francisco] 1943

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The right to strike - keystone of liberty. Congress of Industrial Organizations 1941

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Man's right to knowledge: the case of the Jefferson School. Jefferson School of Social Science 1954

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Not 12 men on trial...but everybody! Communist Party of the U.S.A. 1948

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World League of International Education Associations Bulletin: Vol. 1, Number 9. World League of International Educational Associations 1933

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The truth about the waterfront: the I.L.A. states its case to the public. International Longshoremen's Association, Local 38-79 [San Francisco] 1935

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Baker, Ray Stannard. McClure's Magazine, November 1903: The labor boss - the trust's new tool. S. S. McClure Co. 1903

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Australian Communist Party. Catholic action at work. Australian Communist Party 1946

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Soboul, Albert. The birth of socialism: the French Revolution of 1848. Fore Publications, Ltd. 1948

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Organski, Katherine and Organski, A. F. K. Population and world power. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 1961

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Weissman, Aaron. What's behind "Juvenile Delinquency". New Century Publishers 1955

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Russell, Bertrand. Outline of intellectual rubbish: a hilarious catalogue of organized and individual stupidity. Haldeman-Julius Publications 1943

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Trotsky, Leon. Trade unions in the epoch of imperialist decay. Modern Publishers, for Spark Syndicate [Bombay] 1947

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Urey, Harold C. I'm a frightened man. By Dr. Harold C. Urey, as told to Michael Amrine. National Committee on Atomic Information 1948

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Famous words of freedom. Freedom House 1955

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The United States and the Soviet Union: the Quaker Report after six months. American Friends Service Committee, Inc. 1950

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McCabe, Joseph. Outlines of the world's great 'isms: an exposition of the creeds that appeal to the modern world. Haldeman-Julius Publications 1945

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Green, William. Vital Speeches of the Day, July 1935: For an amendment. City News Publishing Co. 1935

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C. Thomas. West Coast Longshoremen and the Bridges Plan 1943

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Teachers Union, Local 555, U.P.W. The Test of a Teacher: professional excellence or polit. conformity. Teachers Union, Local 555, U.P.W. 1950

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Citizens' Committee for Constitutional Liberty. A Fateful Moment in Our History: Dissenting opinion of Hugo L. Black 1951

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Franklin L. Burdette. Political Parties: An American Way. Natl. Foundation for Education in American Citizenship and Public Affairs Committee, Inc. 1945

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Hy Kravif. The Telephone and Telegraph Workers. Communications Workers of America 1935

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National Non-Partisan Committee. The Big Plot: Proof of Justice Department's Plan to Jail 21,105 Americans. National Non-Partisan Committee to Defend the Rights of the twelve Communist Leaders 1950

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George S. Counts. Why I Joined. American Federation of Teachers undated

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John D. Connors. Workers' Education: What? Why? How? Workers Education Bureau of America 1947

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Joseph North. Verdict Against Freedom: Your Stake in the Communist Trial. New Century Publishers 1949

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John L. Lewis. Jobs, Peace, Unity. Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) 1940

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John Williamson. Two Conventions of Labor: The Situation in the Trade Union Movement. New Century Publishers 1949

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Legal Department, CIO. Your Civil Liberties: How to Protect Them. Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) 1940

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Portland N.A.A.C.P. The Facts in the Robert Folkes Case. N.A.A.C.P. 1943

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John P. Andrews. Justice Outlawed 1949

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Leo Huberman. Citizenship for Harry Bridges; Production Soldier. Harry Bridges Victory Committee 1942

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William Z. Foster. A Manual of Industrial Unionism: Organizational Structure & Policies. Workers Library Publishers 1937

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Harry Bridges. Women in the War. ILWU, Educational Department 1943

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Carl Ross. Let's Pull Together: For Jobs, Security, Democracy and Peace. National Council of Young Communist League 1938

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Joseph North. Labor Faces '44's Challenge. Workers Library Publishers 1944

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Carl Browne (and Wm. McDevitt, LL.M.). When Coxey's Army Marcht on Washington 1894 1944

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Irvin R. Kuenzli. Should Teachers Be Neutral? American Federation of Teachers 1944

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Carleton Beals & Clifford Odets. Rifle Rule in Cuba. Provisional Committee for Cuba 1935

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Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt. The President's Message to Congress, including The Economic Bill of Rights w/ intro by Robt.W.Kenny. Daily People's World 1944

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Jessica Smith. What Rearming Germany Means. New World Review 1954

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Good Shelter for Everyone. C.I.O. Department of Research & Education 1943

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Foster, William Z. The Strike Situation and Organized Labor's Wage and Job Strategy. New Century Publishers 1945

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Foster, William Z. Labor and the War. Workers Library Publishers, Inc. 1942

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Political Primer for All Americans. Department of Research & Education, C.I.O. undated

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Foster, William Z. Reaction Beats Its War Drums. New Century Publishers 1946

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Foster, William Z. Organized Labor Faces the New World. New Century Publishers 1945

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Foster, William Z. Danger Signals for Organized Labor. New Century Publishers 1953

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Perry, Pettis. Pettis Perry Speaks to the Court. New Century Publishers 1952

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Foster, William Z. Steel Workers and the Fight for Labor's Rights. New Century Publishers 1952

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Foster, William Z. The Meaning of the 9-Party Communist Conference. New Century Publishers 1947

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Foster, William Z. Halt the Railroad Wage Cut. Workers Library Publishers 1958

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Foster, William Z. and Robert Minor. The Fight Against Hitlerism. Workers Library Publishers 1941

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1. Propaganda; 2. Politicians [fragment of a larger unknown text] undated

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Constitution of the American Federation of Teachers. American Federation of Teachers 1945

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You're in the Water...Will You Sink or Will You Swim? Labor's Non-Partisan League undated

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Should College Teachers Affiliate with Labor? American Federation of Teachers undated

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Rockhurst College: A College for Men, Evening Division Brochure 1945

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Rockhurst Labor School Announcement of Fall-Winter Session 1942-43 1942

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Labor's Answer to the Teacher Shortage Problem. American Federation of Teachers 1946

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Kuenzli, Irvin R. Labor's Battle for Education During World War II undated

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UE's No. l Campaign! United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America (CIO) undated

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About UE. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America undated

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Ten Years in Jail: A Walter-McCarran Law Frame Up, The Case of Knut Heikkinen. American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born undated

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Neuberger, Richard L., United States Senator. The Tyranny of Guilt by Association. Sidney Hillman Foundation undated

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Jones, Claudia. Lift Every Voice--For Victory! New Age Publishers 1942

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Kuenzli, Irvin R. Labor, Education and Democracy. American Federation of Teachers 1941

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Reuben, William A. To Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case. National Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case 1951

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Lamont, Corliss. The Civil Liberties Crisis. Basic Pamphlets 1952

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Let's Learn About Important Things...Ourselves/Our South/Our Nation. Georgia Workers Education Service 1948

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You are cordially invited...... White Collar Workshops 1948

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Responsible Journalism, a penal offense? Why? Powell-Schuman Defense Fund 1956

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An Appreciation of an Important Editorial on the Civil Rights of Teachers. American Federation of Teachers 1942

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The Facts Behind the Indictment of the John Powells and Julian Schu-man. Powell-Schuman Defense Fund undated

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Coggins, Herbert. Choosing a Reason for War. Rightside Press 1941

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Resolutions of the 10th Convention of the Communist Party, U.S.A. Communist Party, U.S.A. undated

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Did the Rosenbergs Have Full Measure of Justice? National Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case undated

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Breitman, George. Wartime Crimes of Big Business. Socialist Workers Party 1943

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Roosevelt Lives. Alameda County CIO Council undated

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Murray, Philip. "We Must Deliver." International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft & Agricultural Im- plement Workers of America - UAW 1943

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The Rosenberg Case: A Fact Sheet. National Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case undated

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Powell, John W. Formosa: Fact and Fiction undated

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The Melish Case: Challenge to the Church. Melish Defense Committee undated

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Nelson, Donald, Chairman, War Production Board. Everything to Help Our Fighting Men. Daily People's World undated

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Tanner, Jack. Allied Labor Unity Vital to Victory NOW. Committee of AFL Trade Unionists to Promote Unity of United Nations Trade Union Movement 1942

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Marlin, Jeff. Conscription and the War: A Handbook of facts of how the draft works, How it Affects You, etc.. American Peace Mobilization undated

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The Case Against Franklin D. Roosevelt. Record Publishing Co., Inc. undated

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Dunn, Robert W. and Charles J. Coe. Full Face: Herbert Hoover. International Book Store undated

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Shelley, John F. It's Our War To Win. AFL-CIO Unity for Victory Committee 1942

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"Votes For Victory:" A Political Handbook For CIO Members. California State Industrial Union Council C.I.O. undated

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Wallace, Henry A., Vice-President of the United. The People Are On The March. United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, CIO undated

box 33, folder 986

The Battle of America: The Fighting Plans of AFL/CIO/RR Brotherhoods& Independent Unions. Labor's Unity for Victory Committee undated

box 33, folder 987

Because A Man Stood Up For Human Rights! ILWU, San Francisco 1949

box 33, folder 988

600 Prominent Americans Ask President to Rescind Biddle Decision. National Federation for Constitutional Liberties 1942

box 33, folder 989

Boyer, Richard O. Pettis Perry: The Story of a Working Class Leader. Self Defense Committee of the 17 Smith Act Victims with Intro by William Z. Foster 1951

box 33, folder 990

Trumbo, Dalton. Harry Bridges: A Discussion of the Latest Effort To Deport Civil Li-berties & Rights of Amer. Labor. League of American Writers 1951

box 33, folder 991

Perry, Pettis. ...this, too, is lynch law. Self Defense Committee of 17 Smith Act Victims undated

box 33, folder 992

Wright, Fred. Okay...Blow!: A Collection of cartoons from "UE News" and other UE publications undated

box 33, folder 993

UE: Why the Frame-Ups? United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) undated

box 33, folder 994

Foster, William Z. From Defense to Attack. Workers Library Publishers, Inc. undated

box 33, folder 995

Health Insurance/Sickness Compensation: Two Companion Bills introduced in the Calif. Legislature. Labor's Non-Partisan League of California undated

box 33, folder 996

Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley. Labor's Own William Z. Foster: A Communist's Fifty Years of Working-class Leadership and Struggle. New Century Publishers undated

box 33, folder 997

Harris, Lem. Meat: A National Scandal. New Century Publishers 1946

box 33, folder 998

Declarations of the American Federation of Labor on Education 1885- 1941. American Federation of Teachers undated

box 33, folder 999

The True Facts About the Case! 1942

box 33, folder 1000

Expose! Nazi "Justice" in Sam Darcy Case. Schneiderman-Darcy Defense Committee undated

box 33, folder 1001

The Case of Carl Marzani. Committee in Defense of Carl Marzani 1947

box 33, folder 1002

Brief Amici Curiae in trial of eleven Communist Party Leaders 1950

box 33, folder 1003

Stowe, Leland. Are You Voting for a Third World War. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen undated

box 33, folder 1004

North, Joseph. Labor Faces '44's Challenge. Workers Library Publishers, Inc. 1944

box 33, folder 1005

How Safe Are You? Civil Rights Congress 1954

box 33, folder 1006

Zeidler, Frank P. The Price of Honesty in Big Business 1943

box 33, folder 1007

After the War What? Poverty or Plenty. Socialist Labor Party undated

box 33, folder 1008

Have you given any thought to the conditions YOU will be compelled to work under... Industrial Workers of the World undated

box 33, folder 1009

Make Our Men As Fit As Our Machines. AFL, CIO et al 1944

box 33, folder 1010

Kahn, Albert E. Vengeance on the Young: The Story of the Smith Act Children. The Hour Publishers 1952

box 33, folder 1011

Gaer, Joseph. There's No Place Like Home (If You Can Get One). CIO Political Action Committee 1945

box 33, folder 1012

Morris, George. Labor Unity: What AFL-CIO Merger Means for Workers. New Century Publishers 1955

box 33, folder 1013

Federal Aid and The Crisis in American Education. Commission on Educational Reconstruction of the American Federation of Teachers undated

box 33, folder 1014

Rules and Regulations of Southern Pacific Hospital Department. Southern Pacific 1950

box 33, folder 1015

The Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses. American Civil Liberties Union 1941

box 33, folder 1016

Jehovah's Witnesses and the War. American Civil Liberties Union 1943

box 33, folder 1017

Hudson, Roy. Produce to Attack! Smash Hitler in 1942! California State Committee of the Communist Party 1942

box 33, folder 1018

The People's Program for 1944. CIO Political Action Committee 1944

box 33, folder 1019

Watson, Morris. How to Write For Your Union Paper. Educational Department of ILWU 1943

box 33, folder 1021

Labor and the Schools in the Present Crisis. American Federation of Teachers undated

box 33, folder 1022

Labor's Stand on School Finance. American Federation of Labor undated

box 33, folder 1024

Workers' Education Program. Rhode Island State College undated

box 33, folder 1025

Kuenzli, Irvin. The Answer to the Chaos in Teachers' Organizations. American Federation of Teachers undated

box 33, folder 1026

Questions and Answers about The American Federation of Teachers. American Federation of Teachers undated

box 33, folder 1027

Keynote Address delivered by Hon. Culbert L. Olson: The State of Our Nation and State. Democratic Party of California 1942

box 33, folder 1028

Cole, David L., Horvitz, Aaron, Osborne, George E. The Truth about the Union Shop 1951

box 33, folder 1029

Schneiderman, William. Only the People Can Decide. Communist Party of California 1952

box 33, folder 1030

For the Nation's Security. CIO Department of Research & Education 1943

box 33, folder 1031

North, Joseph. For Valor in Battle. Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade 1952

box 33, folder 1032

The UE-CIO Shop Steward on the Job: How to Settle Grievances, En- force the Contract, Build Union. UE-CIO undated

box 34, folder 1033


box 34, folder 1034


box 34, folder 1035


box 34, folder 1036

The Dream of Debs and other articles. The International Socialist Review, V. 17 No. 7 1917

box 34, folder 1037

St. John, Vincent. Industrial Unionism: The I.W.W.. I.W.W. Publishing Bureau undated

box 34, folder 1038

Jim Crow in National Defense. National Negro Congress, Los Angeles Council 1940

box 34, folder 1039

Financial Report of the Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee. Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee 1925

box 34, folder 1040

"Jersey Justice" at Work: First Decision on the Advocacy of Sabotagein the United States Courts. I.W.W. 1913

box 34, folder 1041

Bebel, August & Berger, Victor L. Labor Unions and Political Parties & No Impossibilism for Us. The Vanguard, Literary Number, V. IV, No. 11 (Social Democratic Pub-lishing Co. 1906

box 34, folder 1042

What to Read on Socialism and Allied Subjects and Catalog & Price List of Books Supplies, etc. Socialist Party undated

box 34, folder 1043

The Schneiderman Case: United States Supreme Court Opinion with an iintroduction by Carol King. American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 1943

box 34, folder 1044

Republican Campaign Text-Book, 1932. Republican National Committee 1932

box 34, folder 1045

The Taft-Hartley Plot Unfolds. California CIO Council 1948

box 34, folder 1046

Why the Wagner Act Should NOT be Amended. CIO Legal Department 1938

box 34, folder 1047

Wallace, Henry. The Cold War on American Labor. National Labor Committee for Wallace and Taylor 1948

box 34, folder 1048

Industrial Unions and Taft-Hartley. Industrial Union Department (AFL-CIO) undated

box 34, folder 1049

One Big Union of All Workers: The Industrial Workers of the World 1944

box 34, folder 1050

Morris, George. The C.I.O. Today. New Century Publishers 1950

box 34, folder 1051

The Supreme Court on the Bridges Case: Concurring Opinion of JusticeFrank Murphy;intro by Carol King. American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 1945

box 34, folder 1052

Foster, William Z. What's What About the War: Questions and Answers 1940

box 34, folder 1053

Foster, William Z. A Letter to Congress: Defeat the Anti-Labor Smith Bill. New Century Publishers 1952

box 34, folder 1054

Full Aid to the Second Front! Power Smash Cracks Coast (reprint of frontpage-Peoples World, 6/7/44). Peoples World 1944

box 34, folder 1055

Lewis, John L. Industrial Democracy. Committee for Industrial Organization 1936

box 34, folder 1056

Captives of Capitalism. International Workers Aid undated

box 34, folder 1057

Kamp, Joseph P. The Fifth Column in Washington! Un-Americans on the Government Pay-roll. Constitutional Educational League, Inc. 1940

box 34, folder 1058

Pritt, D.N. The Alternative to Getting Tough With Russia. The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship (speech given on 30th anniv. of Russian rvolutn) 1947

box 34, folder 1059

Corbett, P.E. The Individual and World Society. Center for Research on World Political Institutions 1952

box 34, folder 1060

Trammell, Niles. Radio Must Remain Free. Senate Interstate Commerce Committee 1943

box 34, folder 1061

What YOU Should Know About the AtOMIC BOMB: A Message from the Sur- geon General, Army Medical Dept. Surgeon General, Army Medical Department undated

box 34, folder 1062

Masters, Dexter & Way, Katharine, eds. One World or None: A Report to the Public on the full meaning of the Atomic Bomb. Federation of American Scientists 1946

box 34, folder 1063

Goldblatt, Louis. Letter from Bridges Defense Committee. Bridges Defense Committee 1955

box 34, folder 1064

Letter concerning status of Harry Bridges-J.R.Robertson-Henry Schmidt trial. I.L.G.W.U. Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee 1949

box 34, folder 1065

Salz, Andrew J. Letter concerning Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt trial. I.G.W.U. Northern California Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee 1950

box 34, folder 1066

Johnson, Joe. Letter concerning arrest of Hugh Bryson, National President of the Marine Cooks & Stewards. Marine Cooks & Stewards Union Defense Committee 1953

box 34, folder 1067

Broadsheet on "The Bryson Case." Marine Cooks & Stewards Defense Committee undated

box 34, folder 1068

Goldblatt, Louis. Letter to all CIO Affiliates in the State of California. California State Industrial Union Council of the C.I.O. 1939

box 34, folder 1069

Broadside addressed to Cannery Workers. Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers of America undated

box 34, folder 1070

March, Herbert. Broadside: An Appeal from Chicago Packinghouse Workers to the Rail- road Workers. United Packinghouse Workers of America, CIO undated

box 34, folder 1071

News of World Labor, V. 2 #6 AFL Convention Issue. Committee for AFL Participation in World Federation of Trade Unions 1946

box 34, folder 1072

Broadside addressed to cannery workers. CIO undated

box 34, folder 1073

Broadside: Political Action Day: How Political Action Can Answer theTaft-Hartley Act, etc. California Labor School 1948

box 34, folder 1074

Allen, Jr., Charles R. and Dlugoff, Arthur J. McCarthy and Anti-Semitism. Jewish Life: A Progressive Monthly 1953

box 34, folder 1075

Financial Affairs of McCarthy (reprinted official text from Senate Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections). New Republic 1953

box 34, folder 1076

Emspak, Julius. Letter from UE on issue of McCarthyism. United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America 1953

box 34, folder 1077

Literature Review, November 1940: Special October Anniversary Bulletin. California State Literature Commission, Communist Party, San Francisco 1940

box 34, folder 1078

McAvoy, Clifford T. Letter re contempt citation against UE union leaders and members. UE Defense Committee 1950

box 34, folder 1079

Mooney, Tom. A Letter from Tom Mooney to You. Citizens' Committee to Free Earl Browder 1941

box 34, folder 1080

Hallinan, Vincent. Letter from Vincent Hallinan to Foreman of Federal Grand Jury 1949

box 34, folder 1081

Labor Day Parade Special Bulletin, I.L.W.U. 1-10. ILWU, Local 1-10 1939

box 34, folder 1082

ILWU Bulletin, CIO, Local 1-10. ILWU, Local 1-10 1939

box 34, folder 1083

Position Statement on Academic Recognition. California State Colleges 1966

box 34, folder 1084

Report of West Oakland Carmen's Investigating Committee of Brother- hood of Railway Carmen, Loc.140. Investigating Committee for Local 140, B.R.C.A., West Oakland 1943

box 34, folder 1085

Broadsheet in Defense of William L. Patterson, National Secretary ofthe Civil Rights Congress. Defense Committee for William L. Patterson undated

box 34, folder 1086

Broadsheet: They'll Get Away With Murder If We Dont Stop Them Now! San Diego Citizens Committee Against Police Brutality undated

box 34, folder 1087

The Real Target: Hiring Halls, Wage Increases, No Speedup, No Discrimination, Job Conditions. Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee. undated

box 34, folder 1088

Broadsheet: How would YOU like to see headlines like these? Independent Progressive Party of California undated

box 34, folder 1089

To All Union Members AFL,CIO and Independent: Defend Your Freedom Now! Local 6 - ILWU 1951

box 34, folder 1090

Salz, Andrew J. Letter to report on developments of the Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt case. Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee 1950

box 34, folder 1091

Harris, Norval K. Letter concerning abstract of trial of 12 Communist leaders. National Non-Partisan Committee to Defend the Rights of the 12 Communist Leaders 1949

box 34, folder 1092

Tailgate Special, Weekly Report to AFL Teamsters from striking Waremen - Number 2. I.B.T.C.W.H., AFL 1949

box 34, folder 1093

Kerchen, Muriel, Bolster, Tom, Kalman, Herbert. Second Letter to Membership undated

box 34, folder 1094

Carman, Walt-article in Labor Defender July 1928. The Mooney-Billings Frame Up: 12 Years in Prison. International Labor Defense 1928

box 34, folder 1095

Justice and Labor in the Mooney Case. International Workers' Defense League undated

box 34, folder 1096

Broadside: Wake Up and Fight Back! Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Committee undated

box 34, folder 1097

Broadside: Xerox of Stockton Record of June 27, 1936 about Harry Bridges' trial. Bridges-Robertson-Defense Cinnuttee 1936

box 34, folder 1098

Broadside: Indict These Perjurers 1936

box 34, folder 1099

Higgins, Rev. George G., Assistant Director. Social Action Notes for Priests. Social Action Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference 1948

box 35, folder 1100

Steffens, Lincoln. Pacific Weekly: Western Journal of Fact & Opinion, 8/10/36. Pacific Associates 1936

box 35, folder 1100

American Civil Liberties Union. Jehovah's Witnesses and the War 1943

box 35, folder 1101

Brown, William Thurston. How Capitalised Has Hypnotized Society..... Charles H. Kerr & Co. undated

box 35, folder 1101

American Civil Liberties Union. The Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses 1941

box 35, folder 1102

Beals, Carleton and Clifford Odets. Rifle Rule in Cuba 1935

box 35, folder 1103

Breitman, George. Wartime Crimes of Big Business 1943

box 35, folder 1104

CIO. Planning for Democratic Defense. CIO Publication No. 59 1940

box 35, folder 1105

CIO Dept. Of Research & Education. For the Nation's Security 1943

box 35, folder 1106

CIO California State Industrial Union Council. "Votes for Victory" A Political Handbook for CIO Members 1942

box 35, folder 1107

CIO Political Action Committee. The People's Program for 1944 1944

box 35, folder 1108

Coggins, Herbert. Choosing a Reason for War 1941

box 35, folder 1109

Communist Party of Los Angeles County. "They Lie in Their Beards and They Lie in Their Bowels" (John L. Lewis) undated

box 35, folder 1110

Communist Party, U.S.A. Resolutions of the 10 Convention of the Communist Party U.S.A.: The Democratic Front, The 1938 Elections, Party Building 1938

box 35, folder 1111

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy. The Great Debate: Peace... or War 1951

box 35, folder 1112

Dunham, Barrows. Thinkers and Treasurers 1955

box 35, folder 1113

Dunn, Robert W. And Charles J. Coe. Full Face: Herbert Hoover 1944

box 35, folder 1114

Foner, Philip S. Thomas Jefferson: Selections from His Writings 1943

box 35, folder 1115

Foster, William Z. The Steel Workers and The Fight for Labor's Rights 1952

box 35, folder 1116

Friends Committee on Legislation. This Life We Take: The Case Against Capital Punishment 1959

box 35, folder 1117

Hirsch, Carl. Public Enemies in Public Office 1951

box 35, folder 1118

Hudson, Roy. Produce to Attack! Smash Hitler in 1942! 1941

box 35, folder 1119

International Labor Defense. The Bill of Rights 1939-1941–A Survey 1941

box 35, folder 1120

Kamp, Joseph P. The Fifth Column in Washington! 1940

box 35, folder 1121

Morris, George. Planning for Victory: The Tolan-Pepper Bill 1943

box 35, folder 1122

Murray, Philip. "We Must Deliver" 1943

box 35, folder 1123

National Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case. Did the Rosenbergs Have Full Measure of Justice? undated

box 35, folder 1124

National Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case. The Rosenberg Case: A fact sheet 1951

box 35, folder 1125

National Maritime Union. Heroes Today Tramps Tomorrow? 1943

box 35, folder 1126

Neal, Fred Warner. U.S. Foreign Policy and the Soviet Union 1961

box 35, folder 1127

Nelson, Donald. Everything to Help Our Fighting Men undated

box 35, folder 1128

Powell, John W. Formosa: Fact and Fiction 1953

box 35, folder 1129

Reuben, William A.To Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case 1951

box 35, folder 1130

Roosevelt, Franklin D. The President's Message to Congress 1944

box 35, folder 1131

Shelley, John F. It's Our War to Win 1942

box 35, folder 1132

Smith, Jessica. What Rearming Germany Means 1955

box 35, folder 1133

Socialist Party, Denver. An Effort to Mislead Exposed 1907

box 35, folder 1134

Tanner, Jack. Allied Labor Unity Vital to Victory Now 1942

box 35, folder 1135

Wallace, Henry A. The People Are On the March 1942

box 35, folder 1136

Pettis Perry. ...this, too, is lynch law 1951

box 35, folder 1137

Marlin, Jeff. Conscription and the War: A Handbook of Facts on How the Draft Works, How it Affects You, Its relation to War, and What Can be Done 1940

box 36, folder 1138

Don't be fooled! It's your wages and your unions they're after. Save the Wagner Labor Act! Congress of Industrial Relations undated

box 36, folder 1138

How the UE was formed. No. 4 of a series of UE leaflets on "Your Union at Work." United Electrical Radio & Machine Workers of America (CIO) undated

box 36, folder 1138

Quin, Mike. Ashcan The M-Plan: The Yanks are NOT Coming. The Yanks are Not Coming Committee undated

box 36, folder 1138

The Yanks are NOT Coming. Educational Committee, District Council No. 2, Maritime Federation of the Pacific undated

box 36, folder 1138

Morgan, Patricia. Shame of a Nation: Police-State Terror Against Mexican-Americans in the U.S.A. Los Angeles Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born 1954

box 36, folder 1138

Ramus, Pierre. Why Does Anarchism Progress So Slowly? Man! Pamphlet No. 1 1935

box 36, folder 1138

Ford, Earl C. & William Z. Foster. Syndicalism. William Z. Foster undated

box 36, folder 1138

W.F. Phelps. Poems for the People. Appeal to Reason undated

box 36, folder 1138

Nin, Andreas. Struggle of the Trade Unions Against Fascism. The Trade Union Educational League 1923

box 36, folder 1138

Foster, William Z. The Coal Miners: their problems in war and peace. New Century Publishers 1945

box 36, folder 1138

Foster, William Z. Quarantine the War Mongers. New Century Publishers 1947

box 36, folder 1138

Anstrom, George. The government takes a the cotton-patch. Workers Library Publishers 1933

box 36, folder 1138

Farmers' Call to Action: Adtopted by the Farmers' Second National Conference, Chicago, Nov 15-18, 1933. National Committee for Action 1933

box 36, folder 1138

Warren, Fred D. Suppressed Information and the Federal Court Speech. Charles H. Kerr & Co. undated

box 36, folder 1138

De Leon, Daniel. The Burning Question of Trades Unionism. New York Labor News Company 1904

box 36, folder 1139-1145

Miscellaneous ephemera 1939-1955

Scope and Contents

Includes assorted material related to the Holdridge for President campaign, Marine Cooks and Stewards Association Open Forum, newsletters from the American Federation of Teachers, Trade Union International of Land and Air Transport Workers Information Bulletins, and a bulletin from the Prisoners' Relief Committee.