The Limits of Labour: Class Formation and the Labour Movement in Calgary, 1883-1929

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Bibliography

Abbreviations
CCA City of Calgary Archives
GMA Glenbow Museum Archives
NAC National Archives of Canada
PAA Provincial Archives of Alberta

Primary Sources

Union Minutes, Correspondence

American Federation of Musicians, Local 53. Minutes. GMA, M2193/M2937

Bricklayers and Stonemasons International Union, Local 2. Minutes. GMA, M2198

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Local 635. Minutes. GMA, M2201

Calgary Federation of Civic Employees. Papers. GMA, M2214

Calgary Labour Temple. Minutes. GMA, M2204/M4743

Calgary Trades and Labour Council. Minutes. GMA, M4743

Edmonton Trades and Labour Council. Minutes. PAA, 74.57

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Locals 348 and 410. Minutes and Correspondence. GMA, M2214/M2215

International Typographical Union, Local 449. Minutes. GMA, M7070

Sheet Metal Workers Union, Local 254. Minutes. GMA, M2230

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 1055/1779. Minutes. GMA, M2241/M7227

United Mineworkers of America, District 18. Papers. GMA, M2239


Private Papers, Correspondence

David Ernest Black Papers. GMA, M98

Peter Turner Bone Papers. GMA, M109

Robert Borden Papers. NAC, MG26 H

Richard Burton Deane Papers. GMA, M311

I.S. Freeze Papers. GMA, M6141

John Gillespie Papers and Diary. GMA, M273/Film AB

Jack Hackman Papers. GMA, M3978

William Lyon Mackenzie King Papers. NAC, MG26 J

Wilfrid Laurier Papers. NAC, MG26 G

James Francis Melville Moodie Papers. GMA, M1157

Ada Ryan Papers. GMA, M3126

Walter Norman Smith Papers. GMA, M1157

Theodore Strom Papers and Memoirs. GMA, M1196

Frank White Diaries. GMA, M1302

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 3
  • Part 1 - Class Formation, 1883-1913 15
  • 1 - From Cow Town to Hub of Industry 17
  • 2 - Social Divisions and Class Disposition 31
  • 3 - Class, Culture, and Politics 51
  • 4 - Unions and Strikes 76
  • Part 2 - The Labour Movement, 1913-29 97
  • 5 - Depression and War, 1913-7 99
  • 6 - Economic Recession and Restructuring, 1918-24 120
  • 7 - 1919: Revolt Reconsidered 145
  • 8 - Dissent and Descent: Labour Politics in Calgary, 1918-24 162
  • 9 - The Limits of Labour, 1925-9 179
  • Epilogue 206
  • Notes 215
  • Bibliography 249
  • Index 269
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