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Regional Records Survey

Help Preserve and List Regional Labor Records

Labor and labor related organizations and cultural institutions: Take the Labor Archives of Washington's regional records survey!

  • The Labor Archives of Washington invites all labor and labor related organizations in the Pacific Northwest with records related to labor history and interrelated civil rights and social justice organizations/activism to participate in the Pacific Northwest Labor Records Survey!
  • For labor unions and labor related organizations: This information will give LAW a broader knowledge about where records reside, understand the formats you have and are creating, understand your storage conditions, staffing, and other concerns about your records.


    • For archives, libraries, and cultural institutions: This information will give the LAW a broader knowledge about where records documenting labor history in the region currently reside, enabling us to compile a regional directory of labor historical records as well as integrate this information into the Society of American Archivists, Labor Archives Section’s Labor Archives of the United States and Canada: A Directory.

    **Stay tuned for link to the current survey for archives, museums, libraries, historical societies, and other cultural heritage institutions

    If would like to complete the survey over the phone or by paper, contact Assistant Labor Archivist, Crystal Rodgers at rodgercr@uw.edu or 206-685-6903.