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MATERIALS AVAILABLE FROM THE WIRTZ LABOR LIBRARY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

FEDLIB List #47 

After the Bracero, An Inquiry into the Problem of Farm Labor Recruitment, October 1964, Institute for Industrial Relations, California

The Amalgamated Clothing Workers, March 1921, The New York Association of Clothing Manufacturers, New York

Amending the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, August 1982, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington DC

Analysis of Prices & Costs in the Trucking Industry, November 1978, Joel Popkin & Company, Washington DC

The British Farmer at War, November 1941,

 The Case of the Bituminous Coal Mine Workers, 1920, The United Mine Workers Of America, Washington DC

Chain Stories Prices and Margins of Chain and Independent Distributors, December, May 1933, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC

Changes in Coast of Living and Prices, 1920, Bureau of Applied Economic, Inc, Washington DC

Children in the Crops, 1948, National Education Association of the United States. Research Division, Washington DC

Committee Appointments, October 1964, International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North America, Washington DC

A Comparison of Prices During War Civil War and Present War, November 1918, War Industries Board

Cook, Philip, The Effect of Legitimate Opportunities on the Probability of Parolee Recivism, University of California, Berkley, California, June 1971

Data Pertinent to an Evaluation of Tips and Gratuities as a Part of Wages, April 1960, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

A Demonstration project to Prepare Selected College Graduates for Federal Employment, June 1967, The George Washington University, Washington DC

Department of Labor and Employment, March 1948, Department of Labor and Employment, Washington DC

The Development and Impact of Labor, April 1964, University of Illinois, Illinois 

Dorothy, Mary Chave, Herberg, Career Patterns and Work Participation of Graduate Female Social Workers, Doctoral Committee, 1970

Economic Power of Labor Organizations, Hearings, August 1949, United States Government Printing Office

Employment and Payrolls in Selected Non-Manufacturing Industries, by Months 1939-1942, 1942, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Escalating the Dollars Purchasing Power, August 1964 U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Essential Work (Building and civil Engineering) Order, 1941. Notes for Guidance on the Application of the System of Payment by Results, December 1942, Ministry of Works and Planning, Great Britain

Establishment of National Employment Services in Developing Countries, November 1962, Department of State Agency for International Development, Washington DC

Eugene, Donald Wise, Bracero Labor and the California Farm Labor Economy: A Micro Study of Three Crops, 1952 Through 1967, 1970, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

An Examination of Hired Farm Workers on Iowa Farms, April 1969, Industrial Relations Center, Ames Iowa

Executive Development in Small Business, February 1954, Small Business Administration, Washington DC

An Explanatory A study of Entry Level and Paraprofessional recreation and Park Job Opportunities for the Disadvantaged in Work Experience, Public Service Career, and Public Employment Programs, 1964, American Association for Health Physical Education and Recreation, Washington DC

Fact Book: Wage and Price Standards, October 1978, Council on Wage and Price Stability, Washington DC

Factory Inspection Standards and Qualifications for Factory Inspectors, 1939, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Fair Labor Standards Act Seeks to Protect Children in Agricultural Jobs, January 1949, Social Security Administration Children’s Bureau, Washington DC

Farming and Farm Labor: A Study in California, June 1974, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Final Report on Vocational Preparation in U.S. Correctional Institutions: A 1974 Survey to U.S. Dept of Labor Manpower Administration, December 1975, Battelle Columbus Laboratories, Columbus, Ohio

Final Report to the President on Labor in the Wartime Industry, June 1948, U.S. Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

Final reports to the President on the Labor Disputes Involving the Maritime Industry, September 1961, U.S. Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

The Foreman in Small Industry, February 1954, Small Business Administration, Washington DC

Free Trade Unions in the Fight for African Freedom, 1961, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Africa

Full Employment Patterns, May 1946, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Hour, Wages, and Working Conditions in the Intercity Motor Industries, October 1936, Federal Coordinator of Transportation, Washington DC

How Much Will Prices Fall, 1919, U.S Information and Education Service, Washington DC

The Immigration Clerk Volume I, II, III, 1932, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Informational Report for the year Ending June 30, 1948, 1948, Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Hawaii

Informe Economico Annual Del Jefe Del Negociado De Estadisticas DelTrabako al Comisionado Del Trabajo, Mayo de 1951, Puerto Rico. Bureau of Labor Statistics, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Inland Steel Company Industrial Safety Cooperation, Safety Bulletin No. 61, No.62, No.64, 1919, April 1919

Labor Conditions in East Africa, November 1945, His Majesty’s Stationary Office, London

Labor is Stake in the Social Security Act, October 1937, National Convention of the American Federation of Labor, Denver, Colorado

The Labor Movement in Egypt, 1955, Egyptian Embassy, Washington DC

Labor Press Directory, 1957, International labor Press Association, Washington DC

The Labor Student, April 1925, The Rand School of Social Science, New York City

Legislacion Social Obreda Chilena, 1924, Santiago de Chile

Livernash Edward, Robert, The Colorado Labor Market and Its Relation to Unemployment Compensation, June 1937, The University of Colorado Studies, Boulder, Colorado

A Look Back, May 1950, International Ladies Garment Workers Union, New York, New York

Majority and Minority Reports, 1920, United States Bituminous Coal Commission, Washington DC

Manpower Challenge of the 60’s, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Measurement of Employment, Hours and Earnings Non Agricultural Industries, November 1961, July 1966, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

The Measurement of Work-Relevant Attitudes, June 1975, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Miscellaneous Pamphlets, 1953, United Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union, Chicago, Illinois

A Model of Labor in Retail Trade- A Dissertation Committed to the Graduate School in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy- Field of Economics, June 1969, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

The Motivation to Work, June 1967, Management and Labor Relations, New Jersey

Occupational Employment of Federal Government Agencies in Colorado, June 1976, Colorado Division of Employment, Colorado

The Outlook in Industrial Relations Special Release 1, July, 1959, July 1959, Industrial Relations Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Pay Period Practices of American Industry, 1955, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington DC

Phase IV Final Report:  the Experimental Manpower Laboratory for Corrections, January 1974, Rehabilitation Research Foundation, Washington DC

The Post-Prison Analysis of Criminal Behavior and Longitude Follow-Up Evaluation of Institutional Treatment, February 1974, Rehabilitation Research Foundation, Washington DC

Prices During the War and the Readjustment Period, April 1919, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

The Prison Labor Problem in Kansas, 1938-1939, The U.S. Prison Industries Reorganization Administration, Kansas

Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention, July 1960, Window Glass Cutters League of America, Columbus, Ohio

Programas y Planamiento Del Potencial Humano En El Desarrolo Economico, April 1963, Departamento  De Estado, Washington DC

Progress Report on Phase IV, July 1973, Rehabilitation Research Foundation, Montgomery, Alabama

Project Crossroads, December 1970, The National Committee for Children and Youth, New York

Public Social Welfare Personnel, 1962, U.S. Bureau of Family Service, Washington DC

Remarks by Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges to the President’s Committee on Youth Employment, January 1962, Committee on Youth Employment.

Report, Findings, and Award of the United States Anthracite Coal Commission, 1920, United States anthracite Coal Commission, Washington DC

Report of Fifteenth, Sixteenth Annual Conference, April 1945, 1946, South African Trades and Labor Council, East London

Report of Joint Conference of State Apprenticeship Agencies and Bureau of Apprenticeship, March 1946, November 1949,U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Report of the Department of Labor, March 1979, Department of Labor, Washington DC

Report of the National Employer’s Committee for Improvement of the State Employment Services, July 1972, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Report to the President by the Board of Inquiry Created by Executive Order No. 10542, On the Labor Dispute at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Paducah, Kentucky, July 1954, U.S. Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

Report to the President of Board of Inquiry Under Executive Order #10949 of June 26, 1961, July 1961, Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

Report to the President on the Labor Dispute in the Meat Packing Industry, March 1948, U.S. Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

Report to the President on Labor Disputes in the Maritime Industry, June 1948,U.S Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

Ross, Arthur M., The New Industrial Relations, International Conference of Industrial Relations.

Selected Manufacturing Industries, November 1975, March 1976, Delaware Occupational Employment Statistics, Wilmington, DE

Shey, Thomas H., The Professional Socialization of Social Work Students, Dissertation Committee, June 1968

Some American Almshouses, Women’s Department The National Civic Federation, 1927, New York

Statement Before the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, February 1949, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Strike in the Copper Mining District of Michigan, January 1914, Secretary of Labor, Washington DC

A Study of Effectiveness of the Graham Associates’ Demonstration Project on Education Programming in Manpower Training Projects, May 1975, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC

Survey of Agricultural Labor Conditions in Hamilton County, Iowa, November 1937, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington DC

Survey of Agricultural Labor Conditions in Placer County, California, October 1937, United States of Agriculture the Farm Security Administration And The Bureau of Agricultural Economics Cooperating, Washington DC

Technology and Your New Products, 1956, U.S. Small Business Administration, Washington DC

A Theoretical Model of Segmented Youth Labor Markets and the School to Work Transition, March 1979, Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, Austin, Texas

The Transfer, January, February, March, April, November 1917, Milwaukee Western Fuel Company, Milwaukee

To Abolish Forced Labor Through ILO, April 1956, Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Washington DC

Unemployment Insurance, December 1931, Select Committee on Unemployment insurance United States Senate, Washington DC

U.S Special Board to Report on the Labor Dispute Involving the International Longshoremen’s Assoc. & the Maritime Indus on the Atl. and Gulf Coast, January 1963 February 1963, Board of Inquiry, Washington DC

The Utilization of Indigenous Non professional in human Service Organizations and the factors Affecting it—An Exploratory Study, 1972, University of Michigan, Michigan

Vocational Rehabilitation, 1984, Committee on Education and Labor House Representatives, Washington DC

Wage Bargaining on the Vessels of the Great Lakes, September 1917, University of Illinois, Urbana

Wage Incentive Schemes, July 1955, Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, London

Wage Negotiations, Do you Have the Facts?, Date N/A, The American Federation of Labor, Washington DC

Worker Management Relationships On Farms in New York in 1966, January 1967, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

The Young Rebels Today and Why They’re Different, 1968, International Labor Association, Washington DC

Youth Employment Time to do Something About It, 1971, U.S. Dept of Labor, Washington DC