American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 1. The Suppression of Civil Liberties: Mark Frank Hague & the CIO Organizing Drive in Jersey City, 1937-1939 2. Oral Histories: Local Dutch Families in NJ 3. Paterson Archaeology: Salvage Project, 1973-1976 4. The Roots and Results of Radicalism Among Piedmontese Silk Workers, 1848-1913 5. Technology Diffusion and the Transfer of silk: Nineteenth Century English Mil migration to Paterson, NJ 6. Labor Conflict and Technological Change: The Family Shop in Paterson, NJ 7. Attuning the TWUA to the Problems of New Organization, 1972-1973 8. Women’s Work in the Paterson, New Jersey Silk Industry During the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries 9. International Chemical Workers, 1937-1987 10. The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 11. Oral Histories: Notes & Transcripts 12. A Weaver’s Son 13. The Silk Legacy 14. Textile Workers Union of America: Oral History Project 15. DRAFT: Chapter 2, History of the Political Cultures Of Paterson 16. How to Remain Non-Union (Course Outline) 17. A Comparison of the Years 1909 and 1919 to Determine If the Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 Was Truly a Loss to Labor 18. Big government, Big Labor, Small Town Workers: Unionization in Dalton, Georgia in the 1930s 19. The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 (Historical Paper) 20. An Examination of the Development of the First Accredited Labor College in the United States 21. An Investigation of the Growth and Decline of the silk Industry in Paterson, New Jersey American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 22. Shirts and Dresses: Made in New Haven 23. Memories of Home: Five Homes of Paterson, New Jersey Silk Laborers During the Silk Strike Era (1913) 24. Bread and Roses: The Rebel Girls of the Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 25. Joseph P. McDonnell: Labor Organizer in Europe & America 26. Silk City Strikes in 1913 27. Artisans into Millhands: Early Labor conflicts in Paterson, New Jersey 1828-1835 28. The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913: Viewed from and Ideological Perspective 29. A Study of Italian Gardens in the Northeast United States, 1900-1945 30. Catholicism & the San Francisco Labor ?Movement, 1896-1921 31. Yours for the Good fight: The Effects of Industrial Decline in the Hatting, Textile and Machine Tool Industries in Orange and Paterson, New Jersey in the 1920s 32. Silk: An Original Teleplay 33. Italian Anarchism 34. The Pageant of the Paterson Silk Strike: “A Share of Life” 35. The Labor Leaders of Twentieth Century New Jersey 36. Collective Bargaining: Unions and Companies (Employees) 37. Leadership and Human Behavior 38. Human Relations 39. Paterson’s Dublin 40. Winders, Warpers and Girls on the Loom 41. The Emigration of Silk Workers from England to the United States of America in the Nineteenth Century, With Special Reference to Coventry, Macclesfield, Paterson, New Jersey and South Manchester, Connecticut 42. Occupational Changes of the Ackermans and Hoppers – Paterson, NJ (1860-1920) 43. Children in the Labor Movement: From Child Labor to Child Care American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 44. The Twentieth Century: An Epic of America and World Events 45. Economics and Ethnicity: An Archaeological Perspective on Nineteenth Century Paterson, New Jersey 46. The 1913 Paterson Silk Strike As A Way Of Life 47. The Paterson Locomotive Builders 48. Teachers’ Unions 49-50. Recollections of the Passaic Strike of 1926 by: Martha Stone Asher Joseph Magliacono Gustave Deak Jack Rubenstein 51. David L. Cole: An Analysis of His Philosophy of Labor Relations and Its Impact on the Development of the New York State Taylor Law 52. Archaeological Perspective – 19th Century Paterson 53. Sol Stetin Oral History 54. Copy of the Original Program for the “Pageant of the Silk Strike” 55. Italian Immigrants and Working-Class Movements in the United States: A Personal Reflection on Class and Ethnicity 56. The Passaic Textile strike of 1926: Militant Unionism, The trade Union Educational League, and Forging Labor Unity 57. The Industrial Workers of the World and Sabotage: The Case of Paterson, 1912 58. The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 59. The Passaic Textile Strike of 1926: Oral History Transcript 60. Bergen 2000. “Organized Labor in a Suburban County” 61. Samuel Gompers: Defender of Labor Rights 62. Southern Textile Workers and the Textile Workers Union of America, CIO, 19451955 American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 63. Hard Traveling: Powers Hapgood, Harvey Swados, Bayard Rustin, and the Fate of Independent Radicalism in Twentieth Century America 64. The Triangle Shirtwaist company Fire ”Triumph from Tragedy, March 25, 1911” 65. Southern Organizing in the Post Civil Rights Era: The Case of St. Lichtenberg 66. The Successful Paterson Strike 67. AFL-CIO Economic Policy Papers 68. The Story of Working People in America 69. Poems for the Unemployed 70. The Legacy of the Paterson Pageant of 1913 71. After 141 Years: What Dye Workers Have Won in Two Successful Strikes 72. Program Booklet from the Paterson Pageant, June 7. 1913 (copy) 73. The 20th Century Trade Union Woman: Vehicle for Social Change Oral History Interview with Sophie Cohen, Industrial Workers of the World 74. Their Own Piece: Women, Representation, and the Paterson (NJ) Strike Pageant of 1913 75. A Slow Change in Perception is Still Change – From Pemberton Mill to the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory 76. The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 77. Labor Studies in the Elementary and Secondary Schools of New Jersey: A Study of Its Inclusion in the Curriculum and Implementation By Educators 78. The Voice with The Smile Will Be Gone for A While: A Report On The 1947 Nationwide Strike Of The Telephone Workers Against AT&T With Special Attention To The Women Telephone Workers Of New Jersey 79. Fifty Years of Modern Labor Relations: An Oral History Interview 80. The Textile Strike of 1926: Causes, Effects & the Role of Women 81. History of the Proud Union Ironworker by Kenneth A. Carolan Sr., Ironworkers Local Union No. 11 (George Meany Center, National Labor College, Senior Project, 2002) American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 82. United Farm Workers Union Journal, 1972-1973 by James J. Horgan 83. A Synopsis of Local 52 IATSE by Stanley Bleicher, Retiree, Local 52, IATSE 84. How Did Sol Stetin’s Contributions Affect the Labor Movement by Seth Ryan Wymbs (History 400, Professor Wolk, William Paterson University, May 14, 2003) 85. “Justified Hardball: The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913 from an Industrial Capitalist Point of View” by Martin Clemis (Montclair State University, Senior Seminar, 2003) 86. “The American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark” by Amy Birnbaum (Seton Hall University, History & Theory of Museums, Dec. 2003) 87. Economic Impact of New Jersey’s Retail Supermarket Industry, Department of Labor Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 2004. 88. “The Historical Perspective of Union Ironworkers and their Contributions to Mankind” by Kenneth Carolan, March 31, 2005. MA thesis, Rutgers U., New Brunswick, NJ. Dr. David Bensman, advisor 89. Albert Weisbord: Organizing the Unorganized, The Passaic Textile Strike of 1926” by Mark Fredrick, May 1, 2006. History Internship 400, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Professor Wolk, advisor. 90. “Oral History Interview of Rose Villano Conducted by Steve Golin – Transcript,” 1913 Paterson Silk Strike Participant. 91. “Oral History Interview of Caroline Golzio Conducted by Steve Golin – Transcript,” 1913 Paterson Silk Strike Participant. 92. “Elizabeth Gurley Flynn: The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913, Can Labor Strife Succeed in Promoting Class Consciousness?,” by Pamela Czerwinski, Seminar in Modern Social Movements in American History, Professor Schrepfer, Rutgers University. 93. Oral History Transcript: “An Interview with Lenore Miller, First Female Union President on the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO by Natalia De Hoyos, April 2007. History Internship 400, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Professor Wolk, advisor. (On file in Audio Inventory Binder located in Museum Office.)” 94. “Hubert Henry Harrison,” by Anthony Tapia, William Paterson University, Intern, Prof. Robert Wolk, Spring 2008. 95. “Italian-American Anarchism in Paterson, New Jersey: The Development of an Italian-American Radical Identity,” by Danielle Marie Strollo, Annelise Orleck, Advisor, Dartmouth College, 2007. American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 96. “Industrial Paterson, 1913-1955: A Study of Innovation, Intransigence, and Inertia” by Charles F. Carpenter, Thesis, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Ramapo College, 2010 97. Labor Studies in the Elementary and Secondary Schools of NJ: A Study of its Inclusion in the Curriculum and Implementation by Educators by Angelica Santomauro, Diss. Rutgers, 1989. 98. Newspaper clippings on the Little Falls, NJ Laundry Strike, 1937, compiled by Arnold Korotkin, 2012. 99. “The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913: A Curriculum for Grades 5-8” by Meghan Gaglione and Kaitlyn Brock, WPU interns (Prof. Wolk), May 2012. 100. “Short Circuit: The Light and Power Council Strike of 1913 and the Search for The Light and Power Council Strike of 1913 and the Search for Effective Organizational Models in the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers” by Jeffery Grabelsky. 101. “Ironworkers and the American Labor Movement: An Historical Perspective,” Material for an apprenticeship course taught by Robert Cook, Local 357, Springfield, MA, 1990. 102. “Jews in the Labor Movement” by Bennet Muraskin, a staff representative, Council of New Jersey State College Locals, AFT, 2014. 103. “Transcript of Oral History of Sol Stetin, interviewed by Joe Fine and Bennet Zurofsky,” 1998. 104. “The J.P. Stevens Campaign: Success and Failure in Organizing the Southern Textile Industry,” by Jacqueline M. Harmon, 1994, MA Thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 105. “An Historical View of the Labor Movement in America,” An essay Presented to New Jersey Council 52 American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO New Jersey Council 52 by Rory S. Lakind August 12, 1988. 106. “Images of the Labor Union Official in American Novels: 1880-1920 and 19301940.” Bob Bussel History 621 December 15, 1986. 107. “La Questione Sociale,” an Anarchist Newspaper in Paterson, N.J. (1895-1908). 108. “Social Bases of Class Consciousness Among Textile Workers,” by Rhonda Zingraff Department of Sociology and Social Work Meredith College Raleigh, North Carolina and Michael D. Schulman Department of Sociology and Anthropology North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina. American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Unpublished Works 109. “The Public Presentation of History,” by Roy Rosenweig Dept. of History George Mason University Fairfax, Va. Consents presented at “A Century of Struggles: An Exploration of Work, Technology, and Culture in Industrial America,” a conference on American Labor History at the Nation Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, November 16th 1966. 110. “The Labor Movement in the Paterson Textile Industry During the Great Depression,” by Christina Battagliese December 2 1993. 111. “An Interview with Lenore Miller, First Female Union President on the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO” by Natalia De Hoyos, History Internship, WPU, 2007. 112. “A Comparison of the 1993 Paterson Textile Strike With the 1013 Paterson Silk Strike” by Neal A. Growney. 113. “The Paterson Silk Strike of 1913” by Ladeana Artis 114. “A Slow Change in Perception is Still Change- From Pemberton Mill To The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory” by Gerald C. Dey, December 20th 1999.