Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
AFL-CIO Region 8 (Knoxville, Tenn.) and Region 5 records
Judith Helfand and George Stoney Interview 2
Stoney and Helfand discuss concerns they had while filming The Uprising of '34, how Judith, as a non-Southerner, was able to get people to open up, Judith's concerns about traveling in the South, how they worked with various institutions to find interview subjects, and other topics.
M.L. Brackett Interview
M.L. Brackett describes the 1934 strike at Highland Park Mill in Charlotte, N.C., mill village life, and union organization.
Office and Professional Employees International Union, Southern Region records
The Records of the Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU), 1970-1976, consist primarily of material concerning the Union's attempts to organize office workers on the local level in the southeastern United States.
Ruby Belk Newell and Maryanne Belk Smith Interview 1, 18 March 1992
Newell and Smith discuss how their father helped to feed strikers, working conditions in the textile mill, life in the mill village, their childhoods, and their uncle Harold Payne who was the president of the union local.
Ruby Belk Newell and Maryanne Belk Smith Interview 2, 18 March 1992
Newell and Smith discuss their careers in the textile and hosiery mills around Charlotte, N.C., growing up in the mill village, their father helping to feed strikers, and other topics.
Ruby Belk Newell Interview
Newell and an unidentified woman discuss the textile workers's strike of 1934, living in a mill village, union organizing, and other topics.