Sound recording of interview with Carl T. Anderson conducted by Adah Bakalinsky. Discusses childhood in Scotland and Denmark,
arrival in U.S. in 1943, and working on the construction of the Carquinez Bridge; joined Pile Drivers Union when twenty-eight
years old; lifelong Socialist; describes battle over Communists in the Union; retired in 1985. Synoptic index available.
Member, Pile Drivers Local 34.
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