Wisconsin labor movement discussion, 1950. (Archival material, 1950) [WorldCat.org]
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Wisconsin labor movement discussion, 1950.

Author: George A HabermanGeorge HampelClifford L LordWilliam NagorsneSelig PerlmanAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Tape recording and typewritten transcription of a general discussion, May 18, 1950, by Haberman, Selig Perlman, E.E. Witte, George Hampel, C.L. Lord, Peter T. Schoemann, and William Nagorsne, who describe their part in the Wisconsin labor movement for the Wisconsin State Historical Society Labor Project.

Witte and Perlman question the other participants and comment; Haberman gives a summary.

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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Sound recordings
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George A Haberman; George Hampel; Clifford L Lord; William Nagorsne; Selig Perlman; Peter T Schoemann; Edwin E Witte
OCLC Number: 173692966
Description: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder) and 3 tape recordings.

Abstract:

Tape recording and typewritten transcription of a general discussion, May 18, 1950, by Haberman, Selig Perlman, E.E. Witte, George Hampel, C.L. Lord, Peter T. Schoemann, and William Nagorsne, who describe their part in the Wisconsin labor movement for the Wisconsin State Historical Society Labor Project.

Witte and Perlman question the other participants and comment; Haberman gives a summary.

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