New Labor Journal, Books Strengthen Labor Studies Resources

Submitted by LHRC on Fri, 01/06/2012 - 16:58

These works provide important context and background information for Special Collections’ rich primary source material on American labor history, including the archives of the Teamsters and the newly acquired archives of the National Education Association.

The journal Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas may be accessed as an electronic resource through the ALADIN catalog by onsite library patrons and remote users who log in with their GW ID. Special Collections’ books may be found in the catalog as well, and can be enjoyed by anyone who visits Special Collections, regardless of their affiliation with GW.  To find them, use the “More Limits” button in the catalog to limit location to GW: GELMAN Special Collections and search with the keyword “labor."