Alameda County Union Labor Record
East Bay Labor Journal

archives held at Institute of Industrial Relations Library, U.C. Berkeley

East Bay Labor Journal, Labor Day Supplement, 1940

The Alameda County Union Labor Record, and its successor, The East Bay Labor Journal, have served as the voice of the organized labor movement in the Oakland-Berkeley metropolitan area since 1918. These bound volumes were generously donated to the Institute for Industrial Relations by the Alameda County Central Labor Council for the purpose of making these unique primary sources accessible to scholars and citizen-researchers.

Donation arranged and web documentation by librarian Lincoln Cushing, Docs Populi

Sample articles:
"CLC urges Viet cease fire, withdrawal by both sides," 1969
"'Policeman-Proof' Union Label Tie Given to FSM Leader," 1965
"U.C. to establish 2 labor research centers in '64-65" 1964
"Key Section of U.C. Report on Farm Workers Censored," 1964
Labor fights City of Berkeley anti-picketing ordinance, 1936
"We Believe Mooney Innocent, Sen. Phelan," 1918
Foreword from editors, first issue, 1918

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