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San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council Records
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The collection includes scrapbooks regarding AFL-CIO activities, press clippings, photographs, correspondence, special meeting minutes, executive meeting minutes, regular meeting minutes, and financial records, and bound volumes of the Council's newspaper, The San Diego Labor Leader.
The San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council is heir to the San Diego Federated Trades and Labor Council, which was created in 1891. The Federated Trades and Labor Council was originally comprised of members of the Typographical Workers, Cigar Makers, Longshoremen, and Sailors Unions. In 1970, the Imperial County Labor Council merged with the San Diego Federated Trades and Labor Council to form the present San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council. The Council is affiliated with the AFL-CIO.
10.00 Linear Feet
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This collection is open for research.