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McIver, Harold, 1931-1996


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Harold McIver collection of AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department sound recordings

Identifier: L1981-17

Harold McIver collection of AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department sound recordings, 1973-1979, undated, includes speeches by AFL-CIO productions and speeches by Harold McIver and management spokespeople. The recordings concern the J. P. Stevens and Company strike and unionization vote, United Steelworkers of America, District 37, and other labor topics.

Dates: 1973-1978, undated

Harold McIver oral history interview, September 26, 1995

 Item — Othertype Oral History: Series Series A: ; Series Series B:; Series Series C: ; Series Series D: ; Series Series E: ; Series Series F: ; Series Series G: ; Series Series H: ; Series Series I: ; Series Series J: ; Series Series K: ; Series Series L: ; Series Series M: ; Series Series N: ; Series Series P: ; Series Series Q: ; Series Series R: ; Series I; Series II; Series III; Series IV; Series L2006-08; Series L2005-23; Series L2008-07
Identifier: McIverH_L1995-12_13
Scope and Contents Interviewed by Christine Lutz: McIver talks about his family background, including his family’s move to Atlanta and his father’s dedication to the labor movement. Both McIver men worked at Atlantic Steel and were active in organizing. He describes the worker grievances and strikes. On the need to organize the J.P. Stevens textile mill, McIver says, “They didn’t have holidays or insurance or pension plan or things like that, and we [steelworkers] had them.” He candidly discusses politics and...
Dates: September 26, 1995

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