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Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Employees. National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees. Local 1199 Oral History Project.

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The unedited oral history interviews of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees discuss the evolution of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union drugstore local (known as Local 1199 and District 1199), representing pharmacists and drug clerks in New York City, into an international union of professional and non-professional workers in voluntary and non-profit health institutions, including
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Ernestine Bowen; Thelma Bowles; Joseph Brown; Jim Bryant; Gouvenir Cooper; Salvador Cordero; Ken Downs; Claude Ferrara; Moe Foner; Grace Glassberg; Morris Hodara; Ramon Malave; Ted Mitchell; Nellie Morris; Henry Nicholas; Arquilla Oritz; Mildren Reeves; Mary Riley; Betty Rosoff; Bayard Rustin; Sam Schmuckler; Irving Stern; Doris Turner; Kay Tillow; Charles Balancia; Martin Cherkasky; James Fitzpatrick; Sarah Goldstein; Victor Weingarten; Diane Bianculli; Sy Broomer; Clifton Burgess; Ida Cameron; Cassie Cosby; Andrew Danielli; Aberdeen David; Edward DeMarco; Marshall Dubin; Harry Epstein; Mae Harrison; Telbert King; Arthur Landsberg; Jesse Olson; Irving Goffshagen; Emerito Cruz; Leon Davis; Hilda Joaquin; Phil Kamenkowitz; Eddie Kay; Bill Michaelson; Robert Muehlenhamp; Doris Taylor; Harry Van Arsdale
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
OCLC Number: 593657387
Language Note: English.
Description: 19 linear feet

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The unedited oral history interviews of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees discuss the evolution of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union drugstore local (known as Local 1199 and District 1199), representing pharmacists and drug clerks in New York City, into an international union of professional and non-professional workers in voluntary and non-profit health institutions, including hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, as well as drug stores.

Interviews with union leaders, delegates, and members include Ernestine Bowen, Thelma Bowles, Grace Glassberg, Nellie Morris, Mildren Reeves, Mary Riley, Betty Rosoff, Doris Turner, Kay Tillow, Sarah Goldstein, Diane Bianculli, Hilda Joquin, Ida Cameron, and other women and men. Consists of one hundred and fifty hours (eighty-three transcriptions) of interviews relating to the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees. These interviews were begun in 1975 as a pilot study funded by the union and initially focused on the development of work-related conflict and union organization in Montefiore Hospital, Bronx, New York. The investigators, Brian Greenberg and Leon Fink, later extended their analysis of Montefiore to cover the major events that occurred in the development of 1199 through 1973. The respondents in this collection of interviews include officers and staff of 1199; rank and file membership; delegates and organizers; individuals involved with the Charleston, South Carolina hospital strike (1969); administrators of various New York City hospitals; and prominent labor, civil rights and health care industry figures.

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