History of the Labor Movement in the United States - Vol. 4

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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN FOOTNOTES AND REFERENCE NOTES
AFL Corr. -- American Federation of Labor Correspondence, American Federation of Labor Archives, American Federation of Labor Building, Washington, D.C. A small portion is presently stored at the Wisconsin State Historical Society.
GLB. -- Samuel Gompers Latter-Books. Formerly stored in American Federation of Labor Building, Washington, D.C. At present stored at headquarters of AFL-CIO.
NA. --National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Pinkerton Reports. -- Pinkerton Reports relating to the Western Federation of Miners, 1906-1907. From the Hawley and Borah Manuscripts, Idaho Historical Society.
Report by U.S. Commissioners of Conciliation. . -- Report by U.S. Commissioners of Conciliation William I. Fairley of Alabama and Hywell Davies of Kentucky on the Mesaba Iron Miners' Strike in Minnesota, June 2 to September 17, 1916, submitted October 28, 1916, National Archives.
Strikers' News. -- Strikers' News: Official Strike Bulletin of the Striking Iron Ore Miners of the Mesaba Range, National Archives.
TIL. -- Tamiment Institute Library of New York University.
TRP. -- Theodore Roosevelt Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
WS. -- Scrapbooks of Clippings on the Wheatland Hop Field Riots, Wheatland, California, 1913-1915, University of California Library, Berkeley.
WSHS. -- Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin.

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