|Home and Dry Gazette|
A detailed, illustrated history of the Seattle Empire Laundry by Cynthia Rose, including union struggles.
Details the causes, events, and long-term consequences of the 1894 strike of railroad workers against the Pullman Car Company.
|Samuel Gompers Papers|
Project to make primary sources in American labor history available to students and researchers. Includes extensive biographical information about Gompers, plus information, photos, and images of primary documents related to other leaders and historical events.
|The Chicago Stock Yards on the Eve of the CIO (1936)|
A description of the working conditions prior to unionization.
|The General Strike Project|
Accounts, photos, and resources relating to the 1919 Seattle General Strike.
|The Harry Bridges Project|
Commemorating the centenary of the birth of the San Francisco trade unionist who led the 1933 General Strike in that city.
|The Labor Press Project|
Examines the past and present of labor media in the Pacific Northwest, with reports on socialist, IWW, and union newspapers. Includes photos and bibliographic information.
|The Merger of the AFL and CIO|
The constitution of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations created after the merger.
|The Trial of Bill Haywood|
Dedicated to the explication of the trial of U.S. labor leader Bill Haywood in Idaho in 1907.
|Trade Union Woman|
History and analysis of women's involvement in labor unions, by Alice Henry of the Women's Trade Union League, 1915