Labor movement -- Maine
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents A collection featuring two sets of interviews. The first was conducted from 1969-1973 under the auspices of the Maine State Federated Labor Council. Topics range widely over the spectrum of organized labor issues in Maine, but seem to deal primarily with unions, union organizing, and elections. Interviewees include top ranking union officials as well as lobstermen, longshoremen, bricklayers, quarry workers, textile and paper millworkers, sulfite workers, iron workers, shipbuilders, railroad...
Identifier: SpC MS 0285
Identifier: SpC MS 0321
Scope and Contents The collection contains business records of the Maine State Federation of Labor and its successor, the Maine State Federated Labor Council. Records include correspondence, financial records, records of conventions and of the Council's newspaper "Maine State Labor News." Both national and state projects and campaigns are represented in the collection, and subject areas include work programs, labor laws and legislation, strikes, workers' compensation, etc. Correspondents include prominent state...
Identifier: UA RG 0011-051
Content Description The record group contains mostly textual material created and curated by Kathryn J. Olmstead during her tenure as a professor of journalism and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Maine and career as a journalist. Includes clippings of articles by the journalists Brooks Hamilton, Doug Kneeland, and David Lamb. There is also correspondence with Lamb and details of his induction into the Maine Press Association's Hall of Fame (2005).There...