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Shaun Maloney papers, 1932-2000

Author: Shaun Maloney
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Biographical material, correspondence, minutes, speeches and writings, financial records, ephemera, assorted publications, photographs, tape recorded interviews and other recorded material on 268 audiocassettes and 1 reel-to-reel tape, interview transcripts, 10 VHS videocassettes, clippings, and numerous other materials documenting Maloney's involvement in the West Coast maritime and longshore unions, as well as the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Videocassettes
Photographs
Sound recordings
Archives
Named Person: Shaun Maloney; Farrell Dobbs; Frank Lovell; Asher Harer; Louis A Miller; Jack Wirth; Dave Riehle; John A Mahoney
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Shaun Maloney
OCLC Number: 48862236
Description: 34.5 cubic ft.
Other Titles: Papers,
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Biographical material, correspondence, minutes, speeches and writings, financial records, ephemera, assorted publications, photographs, tape recorded interviews and other recorded material on 268 audiocassettes and 1 reel-to-reel tape, interview transcripts, 10 VHS videocassettes, clippings, and numerous other materials documenting Maloney's involvement in the West Coast maritime and longshore unions, as well as the broader labor movement, his World War II service in the Merchant Marine, his political philosophy, and his personal life. Organizations described in the papers include the Teamsters, Sailors' Union of the Pacific, the ILWU, and ILUW Local 19. Major correspondents include Farrell Dobbs, Frank Lovell, Asher Harer, fellow Teamsters organizers Lou Miller and Jack Wirth, Minnesota labor activist Dave Riehle, and John Mahoney.

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