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United Mine Workers of America

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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A People's Monument: Ludlow Colorado, 1971

 Item
Identifier: 2006.003.1.2.10
Scope and Contents A brief account of the Ludlow Massacre, assembled from John Greenway, American Folksongs of Protest; Louis Adamic, Dynamite! The History of Class Conflict in America; and Wallace and Hofstadter, American Violence, A Documentry History. Also includes personal comments from [visitors] to the monument and a dedication page to political prisoners and martyrs in the United States.
Dates: Publication: 1971

Barritt, Charles F. (Agent)

 File
Identifier: 2006.012.3
Scope and Contents From the Item: An artificial collection that consists of materials pertaining to Oklahoma and Oklahomans in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and is not part of any other collection.The Oklahoma Collection subsumes the old Oklahoma Ephemera, Oklahoma Historical Photos and Docs and Oklahoma Maps collections. Ephemera was a remnant of the McFarlin Reference Department's vertical files, the larger portion having been sent to the Tulsa City-County Library, which was kept during the late 1940s through...
Dates: 1864 - 1991

Labor's Politics, 1930

 Item
Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.68
Scope and Contents "...Labor must have its own Political Party...Labour will use its power to secure to every member of the community the Standards of Life and Employment which are necessary to a healthy independent and self-respecting existence...."
Dates: 1930

Private Ownership of Coal Mines...., 1932-07

 Item
Identifier: 2006.003.1.2.19
Scope and Contents "...Brings Chaos, Tyranny and Hunger." Leaflet in which Powers Hapgood proposes the plight of the coal miner and the advantages of nationalizing the coal mining industry. Political cartoon caption reads: End Slavery in the Coal Fields!
Dates: Publication: 1932-07