Steel industry and trade
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
James (Jim) Fite Oral History
Collection — Box 1
This collection contains a video oral history interview with James (Jim) Fite, labor activist and former White Lung Association (WLA) Executive Director and National Secretary. The interview was conducted by Bill Barry, labor activist in 2018.
Dates: 2018 December 10
Labor History Collection
Content Description The collection consists primarily of records related to lawsuits against the Bethlehem Steel Corporation including: Lane, Carroll v. Bethlehem Steel; USA v. Allegheny Ludlum; John Ford v. United States Steel Company; Christian (et al.) v. Bethlehem Steel; and Rodgers and Turner v. United States Steel Corporation. Materials are mainly textual and include legal documentation and related materials, contracts, correspondence, and clippings. The collection also contains Bethlehem Steel artifacts,...
Found in: Baltimore Studies Archives / Labor History Collection
White Lung Association Records
Content Description The White Lung Association Records document the history and work of the non-profit Baltimore-based organization between 1979 and 2005. Materials in the collection include organizational correspondence, WLA Newsletters, WLA training manuals and 8x10” transparencies, legal case files and related documents, project file notebooks, subject file/clipping notebooks, and audiovisual materials, including photos, VHS tapes, and DVD discs. Topics of note documented in the collection include labor...