Individual Oral History Interviews

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Individual Oral History Interviews


Individual Oral History Interviews

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Interview about Anderson’s experiences as the first president of UAW Local 645 in Dallas, TX.

Interview about his involvement in the events at Centralia, Washington on Armistice Day, 1919. Supplementing the interview are William Friedland’s note on the provenance of the recording and Archie Green’s account of his 1961 interview with Barnett.…

Interview with Warner Plug chronicling his activities as a socialist and an educator in Detroit in the 1920’s and 1930’s, his work with UNRRA in Europe after World War II and his experiences as a Freedom Rider. Also contains correspondence and a…

Interview with Sidney Kelman relating to Bluestone’s association with Walter Reuther, the Reuther Caucus and issues confronting the UAW from the late 1930’s through the 1940’s. Also contains correspondence and a release.

Interview with L. Todd Duncan and Kathryne V. Lindberg about her and husband, James’s revolutionary activism in inner city Detroit and their role in constructing a “black Marxism.” Published in the Summer 2001 issue of Social Text.

Interview with Howell Harris about the Foreman’s Association of America.

International labor relations specialist’s interview with Philip P. Mason about his early life.

Interview with John Barnard about UAW organizing and collective bargaining in automobile and farm machinery plants in Wisconsin and Illinois, especially during the 1930’s and 1940’s. Release included.

Interview conducted by Ray Borycka with the brother of Detroit mayor, Jerome P. Cavanagh. Also contains correspondence and a release.

Interview with Pete Reagan about his experiences with the IWW.
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