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Special Collections — Labor History Materials

A Selected List of Holdings from the Special Collections of The Catholic University of America.

Note

  • The records of the Office of the CUA Rector and President contain approximately 13 correspondence and administrative folders on labor from the 1930s to the 1980s. However, restrictions may limit the use of these records. An in-house database is available for researcher use.
     
  • Approximately 60 CUA theses and dissertations have been written on the subject of labor, including George Gilmary Higgins’ dissertation “Voluntarism in Organized Labor in the United States, 1930–1940.” An in-house database is available for researcher use.
     
  • Approximately 200 articles on the subject of labor appear in issues of the Catholic University BulletinThe University SymposiumCatholic University EnvoyCatholic University of America MagazineU.S. Catholic HistorianNCWC BulletinNCWC Review (NCWC Bulletin), Catholic Action (NCWC Bulletin), and Catholic Charities Review. An in-house database is available for researcher use.
     
  • Books and periodicals on labor. There are no inventories available for researcher use. Please contact the archives.