Finding Aid Friday: Labor Union Edition in Support of #LIUlockout

I usually try to feature a few interesting finding aids with a digital component, related exhibitions, or are just really cool (like the musical Mary Elizabeth Hallock Greenewalt finding aid by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania). This week’s edition of Finding Aid Friday is inspired by the #LIUlockout of faculty at Long Island University’s Brooklyn campus.

What follows aren’t finding aids, but a small compilation of archives and library resources on labor unions and actions in the US.

Please let me know if there’s any good ones I left out (in the US or abroad) and I’ll add them.

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Teamsters Archive, George Washington University
Union archives:
AFL-CIO Archive, University of Maryland
– American Federation of Teachers, Wayne State University

Labor archives and libraries:
Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University
Labor Archives and Resource Center, San Francisco State University
Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, New York University
Southern Labor Archives, Georgia State University
Special Collections and University Archives, UMass-Amherst (71 labor collections! Thanks for the recommendation, @jbolmarcich!!)

Online exhibits and digital collections:
– Documenting Labor Inside and Out, SUNY University at Albany
Haymarket Affair Digital Collections, Chicago Historical Society
Labor Unions, National Museum of American History
Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project, University of Washington
Strike: Seattle General Strike Project, University of Washington
The Dublin Lockout, National Library of Ireland
The 1911 Triangle Factory Fire, Cornell University

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