The collection includes materials related to labor activist and economist Hub Segur's work with the United Farm Workers, including
journals, photographs, writings, audio tapes, and memorabilia.
Winthrop Hubbard (Hub) Segur was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1936. He grew up in Wethersfield, Connecticut where he graduated
from high school and went on to earn an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Trinity College, Connecticut, and a Master's
in mathematics from Bowdoin College. Hub taught high school in the East before moving to California in 1961 to teach at The
Thacher School in Ojai from 1961 to 1969. From 1969 to 1973 he was active in the United Farm Workers and participated as an
organizer and leader in the UFW activities and campaigns during those years. From 1973 to 1980 he was a graduate student at
University of California, Davis in the department of Agricultural Economics, where he received his Ph.D. and completed his
dissertation entitled "Representation Elections for Farm Workers: Voting Power Under Alternative Rules of Eligibility".
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Collection is open for research.