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Interview with Gerald C. Henry, retired Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Employee Relations at Del Monte Corporation. Henry recounts his 45 years at CalPak/Del Monte, and his part in the creation and management of the Industrial Relations Department. The interview gives an in-depth history of how the company was shaped by the Depression, World War II, and the Korean War; government legislation; and labor unions.
Cannery workers Labor movement--United States Industrial relations Food industry and trade California Packing Corporation Del Monte Corporation
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