Chicago Labor Education Program File, 1956-1999 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 22/1/16
Acquired: 12/21/83; 8/31/88; 10/3/90; 2/28/92; 7/14/92; 6/27/1995; 7/31/1995; 7/22/96; 7/8/1999; 5/11/00
Volume: 15.3 cubic feet
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Description: Chicago Labor Education Program File including incoming, outgoing, and interoffice and external correspondence, primarily with unions and educational institutions (1966-98), project reports and proposals (1968-81), program files (1968-99), and course and conference materials (1973-95) of the Chicago Labor Education Program operated by Stanley Rosen, William J. Adelman and Helen Elkiss at the Chicago Circle Campus, concerning speakers, finances, books, films, advisory committee, training for union officers, labor history, unionism, urban problems, collective bargaining, labor law, speech, boycotts, racism, transportation, blacks, Jews, and women in the labor movement, politics, national elections, and the use of computers in unionism. Significant correspondents include Helen Elkiss, Stanley Rosen, and William J. Adelman.