From posters to pins and correspondence to contracts, the records that document labor can vary widely. Yet regardless of their form, they all serve to preserve the history of the labor movement. When stored at an archival repository, the records of labor--and the valuable information they contain about individual workers, individual unions and their locals, about the lives of workers, and the labor movement in general--are available to a wide audience of users.
We hope you have enjoyed this exhibit. Comments, questions, or suggestions are welcome, as are inquiries regarding the collections in the Archives of Public Affairs and Policy. We also welcome information regarding potential additions to those holdings. For all inquiries, please contact:
Brian Keough, Head