Kenosha Labor Records
Scope and Content
The Kenosha Labor Records covers the period from 1933 to 1966. The Material is arranged in one series consisting of Local 72 material from 1933-63. Much of the material consists of clippings and all of it is in the form of xerox copies.
- 1933 - 1966
- Kenosha Labor (Organization)
Collection is open for research.
Refer to the Walter P. Reuther Library
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Kenosha Labor is the labor paper of trade unions in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
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Language of Materials
Kenosha Labor is the newspaper of the labor movement in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The papers of this journal include materials on UAW Local 72 at American Motors in Kenosha; strikes; the Trade Union Unity League; WPA; and the Wisconsin Employment Relations Board.
Arranged in 1 series – Series 1 (Box 1). Folders are arranged alphabetically.
The papers of Kenosha Labor were deposited with the Labor History Archives in 8-7-68 by Harold Newton.
Processed and finding aid written by MAB on January, 17, 1969.
- Kenosha Labor Records
- Finding aid written by MAB.
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