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Title
Interviews on the organization of the Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Industrial Union in California in the 1930s
Creator
Ewart, George
Chambers, Pat
Gladstein, Caroline Decker
Healy, Dorothy Ray
Spector, Frank
Tapson, Al
Warnick, Jack
Date Created and/or Issued
1972
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
Collection
California Revealed from The Bancroft Library
Rights Information
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Description
The Cannery and Agricultural Workers' Industrial Union (CAWIU) in California was one of California's strongest and most active independent unions in the state's history. The CAWIU was also one of the first to have active latino laborers and leaders and was also noted to be aligned with the Communist Party.
Notes on original containers: Tapes 1 and 2: Pat Chambers Tape 3: Caroline Decker Gladstein Tape 4: Dorothy Ray Healy, 11-12-72 Tape 5: Frank Spector, 11-13-72 Tape 6: Dr. Al Tapson Tape 7: Jack Warnick Interview notes also available.
Type
sound
Format
Sound
1/4 inch audio tape
Extent
7 Tapes of 7
Identifier
Phonotape 49 A
cubanc_000283_t01; cubanc_000283_t02; cubanc_000283_t03; cubanc_000283_t04; cubanc_000283_t05; cubanc_000283_t06; cubanc_000283_t07
Language
English
Subject
Protest movements--Sacramento (Calif.)
Provenance
Bancroft Library
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