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Browsing Relander Collection by Subject "Agricultural--Laborers;"

Browsing Relander Collection by Subject "Agricultural--Laborers;"

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  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1964-12-29)
    Clippings range from December 29, 1964 through September 2, 1968, with one undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Yakima's rural revolution troubles growers, labor," and "Job Corps camp plan protested." ...
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1968-06-18)
    Information about S.8, including a fact sheet and the sponsors of the bill, including Edward Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy.
  • Henry, G. C. (UNPUBLISHED, 1964-05-13)
    A speech on agricultural labor, past, present, and future, from a speech by G. C. Henry, manager of employment and labor relations for the California Packing Corporation presented during a symposium on agricultural labor ...
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Men waiting in front of the Farm Labor Office.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Interior view of Farm Labor Office of men applying for work.
  • Dickie, Walter M. M.D. (UNPUBLISHED, 1938-08-27)
    Article from The Journal of the American Medical Association on the health of post-dustbowl migrant workers, including diet and sanitation.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Young man working in a field.
  • Duffy, Walter A. (UNPUBLISHED, 1938-06-27)
    Two versions of speech. The first was given at the National Association for Travelers Aid and Transient Service Conference in Seattle, Washington. The second is written as a report.
  • Young, Edna; Townsend, Rolland; Eaton, Wilma; McEntire, William (UNPUBLISHED, 1966-02-16)
    First issue of the newsletter includes editorials, movies at the library, a recipe, and L.O.M.A. news.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1965-01)
    Portion of a story on braceros on one side and portion of the "Libby, McNeill & Libby Organization Chart" on the other.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1965)
    Gives the purpose for the organization of the Washington Hop Commission, with a focus on hops grown in the Yakima Valley.



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