Collection consists of correspondence, ephemera, and photographs relating to the Los Angeles labor movement and activities
during the 1940s and 1950s. Includes files on 1948 national CIO convention, Henry Wallace third party movement, Mexican and
South American labor, U.S. motors strike, opposition to 1946 subversives act, Catholic Interracial Council, anti-Taft-Hartley
campaign, relations with Los Angeles mayor Fletcher Bowron, black community relations, and AFL-CIO Brotherhood cooperation.
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