Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
19th and 20th Century Labor Prints Collection: This collection includes cartoons, realistic illustrations, and photographic reproductions that depict workers, unions, strikes, and labor leaders.
Memphis AFL-CIO Labor Council collection of Shirley Ayer manuscripts, 1967, consists of multiple versions of "Labor Is the Community: A Historical Sketch of the Workingman In Memphis, Tennessee, 1827-World War I" in typescript form.
The Ruth Hale collection, 1933-1938, 1971, documents farm conditions, particularly that of sharecroppers, and the activities of Southern Tenant Farmer's Union (an interracial organization founded in 1934 to seek relief from the federal government for sharecroppers and tenant farmers), in Arkansas during the 1930s. The collection includes printed material and correspondence.
The Labor Periodicals Collection is a collection of printed journals, newspapers, newsletters and other published materials separated from Southern Labor Archives organizational collections or acquired through subscription. Consult Special Collections staff for detailed holdings or consult the Georgia State University Library catalog.