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Related Collections and Resources

Related Collections

  • International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Ann Rand Memorial Library and Archives- Online selection of the publications of the ILWU and its precursor organizations. Digital resources include the The Dispatcher digital archive, 1942-2014; Voice of the Federation digital archive, 1935-1941; and the Waterfront Worker digital archive, 1932-1935.
  • Labor Archives in the United States and Canada: A Directory- The directory is organized by state, then by repository, with Canadian repositories listed last. Please contact officers of the Labor Archives Roundtable, Society of American Archivists, if you have additions, comments, corrections, or questions
  • Map of Labor Archives in the United States and Canada: A Directory- Interactive map of directory above, created by Conor Casey for the Labor Archives Roundtable.

    Labor and Public History Websites

    • Pacific Northwest Labor and Civil Rights Projects- Labor and civil rights movements have been central to the Pacific Northwest's history and remain a powerful force in contemporary society and politics. This page is a gateway to a set of labor and civil rights history projects directed by Professor James N. Gregory at the University of Washington and supported by the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, the Simpson Center for the Humanities, and the Center for the Study of Pacific Northwest.
    • HistoryLink.org- Welcome to the first and largest encyclopedia of community history created expressly for the Internet. HistoryLink.org is an evolving online encyclopedia of Washington state and local history. It provides a free, authoritative, and easily accessible history reference for the benefit of students, teachers, journalists, scholars, researchers, and the general public.

    Affiliated Organizations

    • The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, University of Washington- The Bridges Center coordinates the efforts of faculty members throughout the University of Washington to develop and expand labor-related components of the University's curriculum and provide encouragement and assistance to young scholars studying work and workers. The Bridges Center co-founded the Labor Archives of Washington in 2010.