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Labor

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Brian Miller Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0782
Scope and Contents

Knoxville area ephemera and clippings on labor issues, racism, protests

Dates: 1990s

Migration 2 Gail Terry

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 35
Scope and Contents A man named Cecil being interviewed (by an associate of Lewis King, possibly Gail Terry) about migrating and living and working in the North. Terty says he did not like living in the North, but had to move there for work. He says he likes a "wet city" because he likes to spend time in a tavern, and in general prefers living in the city to the country. Talks of living near Black people and Peurto Ricans and getting along with them, but it's difficult to get along with people from the...
Dates: 1973-1976

Model Valley Craft Group Discussion

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 26
Scope and Contents

Three Model Valley Craft Group staff members speak to Maureen O'Connell about their experience working for the craft group compared to previous work experience in factories and as an FBI typist/file clerk. Topics of discussion include craft group work duties, traveling to craft fairs, the craft group's catalog, and Bonnie's opinions on factory work.

A note on the tape container read: Old Timey Jubilee 1 Staff workers Bonnie, Jessie, Babs, Marie

Total time: 33 minutes

Dates: 1973-1976

Rural-to-urban migration studies

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 25
Scope and Contents Tape features several different recordings, beginning with Lewis King interviewing a married couple from the East Tennessee mountains living in Dayton, Ohio. They speak about differences between city life and life in Tennessee. Next section features John Gaventa interviewing a man in Tennessee about his experiences living in the city. This man prefers city life but wants to live in a Tennessee city. Next section features Lewis King driving through a city, presumably Dayton, Ohio. Next...
Dates: 1973-1976