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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Labor Cluster

Record Groups 13, 25, 86, 100, 102, 155, 174, 183, 202, 211, 228, 236, 244, 254, 257, 271, 280, 293, 300, 317, 386, 369, 390, 433, 448, 455, 465, 470

  1. "In the American Eye: From an Exhibit of National Archives Photographs". Prologue 11, no.3 (Fall 1979): 171-183.
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  2. Abel, Joseph. "African Americans, Labor Unions, and the Struggle for Fair Employment in the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry of Texas, 1941-1945". Journal of Southern History 77, no.3 (August 2011): 595-638.

  3. Aldrich, Mark. "State Reports on Women and Child Wage Earners". Labor History 21, no.1 (Winter 1979-80): 86-90.

  4. Anderson, Karen Tucker. "Last Hired, First Fired: Black Women Workers during World War II". Journal of American History 69, no.1 (June 1982): 82-97.

  5. Argersinger, Jo Ann E. "The Right to Strike: Labor Organization and the New Deal in Baltimore". Maryland Historical Magazine 78, no.4 (Winter 1983): 299-318.

  6. Arnesen, Eric. "'Like Banquo's Ghost, It Will Not Down': The Race Question and the American Railroad Brotherhoods, 1880-1920". American Historical Review 99, no.5 (December 1994): 1601-1633.

  7. Atack, Jeremy, Robert A. Margo and Paul W. Rhode. "'Automation' of Manufacturing in the Late Nineteenth Century". Journal of Economic Perspectives 33, no.2 (Spring 2019): 51-70.

  8. Atack, Jeremy, Robert A. Margo, and Paul W. Rhode. "'Automation' of Manufacturing in the Late Nineteenth Century: The Hand and Machine Labor Study". Journal of Economic Perspectives 33, no.2 (Spring 2019): 51-70.

  9. Attebery, Clint. "From Havana to Montana: Cuban Refugee Children, Operation Pedro Pan, and the Cold War Catholic Church". Montana: Magazine of Western History 64, no.1 (Spring 2014): 62-73.

  10. Auel, Lisa Benkert. "Not without Protest: Life in the Appalachian Coalfields". Prologue 23, no.2 (Summer 1991): 178-183.

  11. Autobee, Robert. "Every Child in a Garden: George H. Maxwell and the American Homecroft Society". Prologue 28, no.3 (Fall 1996): 194-206.

  12. Azuma, Eiichiro. "Race, Citizenship, and the 'Science of Chick Sexing': The Politics of Racial Identity among Japanese Americans". Pacific Historical Review 78, no.2 (May 2009): 242-275.

  13. Bain, Robert B. "Children and the Industrial Revolution: Changes in Policy". OAH Magazine of History 15, no.1 (Fall 2000): 48-51.

  14. Balcom, Karen. "'Phony Mothers' and Border-Crossing Adoptions: The Montreal-to-New York Black Market in Babies in the 1950s". Journal of Women's History 19, no.1 (Spring 2007): 107-116.

  15. Barker, Kristin. "Birthing and Bureaucratic Women: Needs Talk and the Definitional Legacy of the Sheppard-Towner Act". Feminist Studies 29, no.2 (Summer 2003): 333-357.

  16. Beaudoin, Steven M. "Current Debates in the Study of the Industrial Revolution". OAH Magazine of History 15, no.1 (Fall 2000): 7-13.

  17. Bentley, Amy. "Wages of War: The Shifting Landscape of Race and Gender in World War II Baltimore". Maryland Historical Magazine 88, no.4 (Winter 1993): 420-443.

  18. Best, Gary Dean. "President Wilson's Second Industrial Conference, 1919-20". Labor History 16, no.4 (Fall 1975): 505-520.

  19. Bezark, Michelle. "'Our Arithmetic Was Unique': The Sheppard-Towner Act and the Constraints of Federalism on Data Collection before the New Deal". Journal of Policy History 33, no.2 (April 2021): 183-204.

  20. Billinger, Robert D., Jr. "Behind the Wire: German Prisoners of War at Camp Sutton, 1944-1946". North Carolina Historical Review 61, no.4 (October 1984): 481-509.

  21. Boris, Eileen and Magaly Rodriguez Garcia. "(In)Decent Work: Sex and the ILO". Journal of Women's History 33, no.4 (Winter 2021): 194-221.

  22. Boris, Eileen. "Desirable Dress: Rosies, Sky Girls, and the Politics of Appearance". International Labor and Working Class History 69, no.1 (March 2006): 123-142.

  23. Boris, Eileen. "Fair Employment and the Origins of Affirmative Action in the 1940s". NWSA Journal 10, no.3 (Fall 1998): 142.
    RG228/FDR Library

  24. Boris, Eileen. "Regulating Industrial Homework: The Triumph of 'Sacred Motherhood'". Journal of American History 71, no.4 (March 1985): 745-763.

  25. Boris, Eileen. "Tenement Homework on Army Uniforms: The Gendering of Industrial Democracy during World War I". Labor History 32, no.2 (Spring 1991): 231-252.

  26. Boryczka, Ray. "Militancy and Factionalism in the United Auto Workers Union, 1937-1941". Maryland Historian 8, no.2 (Fall 1977): 13-25.

  27. Boyden, Richard. "'Where Outsized Paychecks Grow on Trees': War Workers in San Francisco Shipyards". Prologue 23, no.3 (Fall 1991): 253-259.

  28. Brattain, Michelle. "'A Town as Small as That': Tallapoosa, Georgia, and Operation Dixie, 1945-1950". Georgia Historical Quarterly 81, no.2 (Summer 1997): 395-425.

  29. Brattain, Michelle. "Making Friends and Enemies: Textile Workers and Political Action in Post-World War II Georgia". Journal of Southern History 63, no.1 (February 1997): 91-138.

  30. Bredbenner, Candice Lewis. "The Case of the 'Lovelorn Jewish Wives': Gender Bias and the Response to Immigration during the Great Depression". Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 36-51.

  31. Bredhoff, Stacey. "'A New World Is at Hand': Rotunda Exhibit Chronicles Freedom's Journey". Prologue 36, no.2 (Summer 2004): 60-65.
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  32. Breen, William J. "Administrative Politics and Labor Policy in the First World War: The U. S. Employment Service and the Seattle Labor Market Experiment". Business History Review 61, no.4 (Winter 1987): 582-605.

  33. Breen, William J. "Labor-Market Statistics and the State: The United States in the Era of the Great War, 1914-1930". Journal of Policy History 8, no.3 (1996): 310-334.
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  34. Breen, William J. "Social Science and State Policy in World War II: Human Relations, Pedagogy, and Industrial Training, 1940-1945". Business History Review 76, no.2 (Summer 2002): 233-266.

  35. Breen, William J. "The Mobilization of Skilled Labor in World War I: 'Voluntarism,' the U.S. Public Service Reserve, and the Department of Labor, 1917-1918". Labor History 32, no.2 (Spring 1991): 253-272.

  36. Brown, D. Clayton. "Health of Farm Children in the South, 1900-1950". Agricultural History 53, no.1 (January 1979): 170-187.

  37. Burger, Barbara Lewis. "American Images: Photographs and Posters in the Still Picture Branch". Prologue 22, no.4 (Winter 1990): 353-368.
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  38. Bustard, Bruce I. "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives". Prologue 32, no.2 (Summer 2000): 114-121.
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  39. Bustard, Bruce I. "The World in Flames". Prologue 23, no.3 (Fall 1991): 315-318.
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  40. Bustard, Bruce, Jennifer Johnson, Michael Hussey, Alice Kamps, and Christina Rudy Smith. "Records of Rights". Prologue 45, no.3/4 (Fall/Winter 2013): 7-17.
    Online version

  41. Bustard, Bruce. "The Way We Worked". Prologue 37, no.4 (Winter 2005): 40-45.
    Online version

  42. Byrne, Frank J. "Wartime Agitation and Postwar Repression: Reverend John Callan and the Columbus Strikes of 1918-1919". Georgia Historical Quarterly 81, no.2 (Summer 1997): 345-369.

  43. Candeloro, Dominic. "Louis F. Post and the Red Scare of 1920". Prologue 11, no.1 (Spring 1979): 40-55.

  44. Carlisle, Rodney. "William Randolph Hearst's Reaction to the American Newspaper Guild: A Challenge to New Deal Labor Legislation". Labor History 10, no.1 (Winter 1969): 74-99.
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  45. Carp, E. Wayne. "Adoption and the Family in Early-Twentieth-Century America". OAH Magazine of History 15, no.4 (Summer 2001): 66-70.

  46. Carter, Kent. "Total War: The Federal Government and the Home Front". Prologue 23, no.3 (Fall 1991): 224-229.

  47. Casey, Steven. "White House Publicity Operations during the Korean War, June 1950-June 1951". Presidential Studies Quarterly 35, no.4 (December 2005): 691-717.
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  48. Cassedy, James. "A Bond of Sympathy: The Life and Tragic Death of Fannie Sellins". Labor's Heritage 4, no.4 (Winter 1992): 34-47.

  49. Chamberlain, Charles D., III. "'On the Train and Gone': Worker Mobility in the Rural Southwest during World War II, 1939-1945". Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103, no.4 (April 2000): 426-451.

  50. Clive, Alan. "Women Workers in World War II: Michigan as a Test Case". Labor History 20, no.1 (Winter 1979): 44-72.

  51. Cobble, Dorothy Sue. "'Practical Women': Waitress Unionists and the Controversies over Gender Roles in the Food Service Industry". Labor History 29, no.1 (Winter 1988): 5-31.

  52. Cohen, Isaac. "David L. Behncke, the Airline Pilots, and the New Deal: The Struggle for Federal Labor Legislation". Labor History 41, no.1 (February 2000): 47-62.
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  53. Conlin, Erin L. "'Work...or be deported': Florida Growers and the Emergence of a Non-Citizen Agricultural Workforce". Florida Historical Quarterly 96, no.4 (Spring 2018): 435-467.

  54. Cooper, Patricia A. "'What This Country Needs is a Good Five-Cent Cigar'". Technology and Culture 29, no.4 (October 1988): 779-807.

  55. Costin Lela B. "Grace Abbott of Nebraska". Nebraska History 56, no.2 (Summer 1975): 165-192.

  56. David, James. "Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Mixed Progress under the Automatic/Systematic Declassification Review Program". American Archivist 70, no.2 (Fall/Winter 2007): 219-251.

  57. Davis, Colin J. "'Launch Out into the Deep and Let Down Your Nets': Father John Corridan, S.J., and New York Longshoremen in the Post-World War II Era". Catholic Historical Review 86, no.1 (January 2000): 66-84.

  58. Davis, Robert S. "White and Black in Blue: The Recruitment of Federal Units in Civil War North Georgia". Georgia Historical Quarterly 85, no.3 (Fall 2001): 347-374.
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  59. de Jong, Greta. "Staying in Place: Black Migration, the Civil Rights Movement, and the War on Poverty in the Rural South". Journal of African American History 90, no.4 (Fall 2005): 387-409.

  60. Derickson, Alan. "'No Such Thing as a Night's Sleep': The Embattled Sleep of American Fighting Men from World War II to the Present". Journal of Social History 47, no.1 (Fall 2013): 1-26.

  61. Dickinson, W. Calvin and Patrick D. Reagan. "Business, Labor, and the Blue Eagle: The Harriman Hosiery Mills Strike, 1933-1934". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 55, no.3 (Fall 1996): 240-255.

  62. Dinwoodie, D. H. "Deportation: The Immigration Service and the Chicago Labor Movement in the 1930s". New Mexico Historical Review 52, no.3 (July 1977): 193-206.

  63. Draper, Alan. "The New Southern Labor History Revisited: The Success of the Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers Union in Birmingham, 1934-1938". Journal of Southern History 62, no.1 (February 1996): 87-108.

  64. Dunsworth, Edward. "Race, Exclusion and Archival Silences in the Seasonal Migration of Tobacco Workers from the Southern United States to Ontario". Canadian Historical Review 99, no.4 (December 2018): 563-593.

  65. Durr, Kenneth. "When Southern Politics Came North: The Roots of White Working-Class Conservatism in Baltimore, 1940-1964". Labor History 37, no.3 (Summer 1996): 309-331.

  66. Dye, Nancy Schrom and Daniel Blake Smith. "Mother Love and Infant Death, 1750-1920". Journal of American History 73, no.2 (September 1986): 329-353.

  67. Eckert, Michael. "Strategic Internationalism and the Transfer of Technical Knowledge: The United States, Germany, and Aerodymanics after World War I". Technology and Culture 46, no.1 (January 2005): 104-131.

  68. Egolf, Jeremy R. "The Limits of Shop Floor Struggle: Workers vs. the Bedaux System at Willapa Harbor Lumber Mills, 1933-35". Labor History 26, no.2 (Summer 1985): 195-229.

  69. Ellis, Mark. "'Closing Ranks' and 'Seeking Honors': W. E. B. Du Bois in World War I". Journal of American History 79, no.1 (June 1992): 96-124.

  70. Ellis, Mark. "Joel Spingarn's 'Constructive Programme' and the Wartime Antilynching Bill of 1918". Journal of Policy History 4, no.2 (Spring 1992): 134-161.

  71. Etheridge, Bryant. "The Fight for Fair Training: Fair Employment, Defense Worker Training, and the African American Civil Rights Movement in the South, 1940-1945". Journal of Southern History 88, no.3 (August 2022): 501-538.

  72. Fautua, David T. "The 'Long Pull' Army: NSC 68, the Korean War, and the Creation of the Cold War U.S. Army". Journal of Military History 61, no.1 (January 1997): 93-120.

  73. Fearon, Peter. "Ploughshares into Airplanes: Manufacturing Industry and Workers in Kansas during World War II". Kansas History 22, no.4 (Winter 1999-2000): 298-314.

  74. Ferguson, Robert G. "One Thousand Planes a Day: Ford, Grumann, General Motors and the Arsenal of Democracy". History and Technology 21, no.2 (June 2005): 149-175.

  75. Fickle, James E. and Donald W. Ellis. "POWs in the Piney Woods: German Prisoners of War in the Southern Lumber Industry, 1943-1945". Journal of Southern History 56, no.4 (November 1990): 695-724.

  76. Field, Thomas C., Jr. "Transnationalism Meets Empire: The AFL-CIO, Development, and the Private Origins of Kennedy's Latin American Labor Program". Diplomatic History 42, no.2 (April 2018): 305-334.

  77. Fink, Leon. "'Intellectuals' versus 'Workers': Academic Requirements and the Creation of Labor History". American Historical Review 96, no.2 (April 1991): 395-421.

  78. Fishback, Price V. "An Alternative View of Violence in Labor Disputes in the Early 1900s: The Bituminous Coal Industry, 1890-1930". Labor History 37, no.3 (Summer 1995): 426-456.

  79. Foley, Neil. "Mexicans, Mechanization, and the Growth of Corporate Cotton Culture in South Texas: The Taft Ranch, 1900-1930". Journal of Southern History 62, no.2 (May 1996): 275-302.

  80. Fox, Cybelle. "Unauthorized Welfare: The Origins of Immigrant Status Restrictions in American Social Policy". Journal of American History 102, no.4 (March 2016): 1051-1074.
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  81. Frederickson, Lynda. "Women Power: The War Manpower Commission's Campaign to Recruit Women Workers during World War". Proceedings and Papers of the Georgia Association of Historians 13 (1992): 26-40.

  82. Freeman, Joshua B. and Steve Rosswurm. "The Education of an Anti-Communist: Father John F. Cronin and the Baltimore Labor Movement". Labor History 33, no.2 (Spring 1992): 217-247.
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  83. Frydl, Kathleen J. "The Criminalization of Distress: The Government's Response to Foundlings in the Postwar United States". Journal of Policy History 26, no.2 (2014): 188-218.

  84. Frymer, Paul. "Acting When Elected Officials Won't: Federal Courts and Civil Rights Enforcement in U.S. Labor Unions, 1935-85". American Political Science Review 97, no.3 (August 2003): 483-499.

  85. Gitelman, H. M. "Being of Two Minds: American Employers Confront the Labor Problem, 1915-1919". Labor History 25, no.2 (Spring 1984): 189-216.

  86. Gonzalez, Fredy. "Chinese Braceros? Chinese Mexican Workers in the United States during World War II". Western Historical Quarterly 48, no.2 (Summer 2017): 137-157.

  87. Gonzalez, Gilbert G. "Company Unions, the Mexican Consulate, and the Imperial Valley Agricultural Strikes, 1928-1934". Western Historical Quarterly 27, no.1 (Spring 1996): 53-73.

  88. Goodwin, Doris Kearns. "No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt". Prologue 27, no.3 (Fall 1995): 198-217.
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  89. Gordon, Linda. "Black and White Visions of Welfare: Women's Welfare Activism, 1890-1945". Journal of American History 78, no.2 (September 1991): 559-590.

  90. Graf, Mercedes. "All the Women Were Valiant: Spanish-American War Volunteers Who Died from Their Service". Prologue 46, no.2 (Summer 2014): 24-34.

  91. Grauman, Melody Webb. "Kennecott: Alaskan Origins of a Copper Empire, 1900-1938". Western Historical Quarterly 9, no.2 (April 1978): 197-211.

  92. Graves, Kori A. "Amerasian Children, Hybrid Superiority, and Pearl S. Buck's Transracial and Transnational Adoption Activism". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 143, no.2 (April 2019): 177-209.

  93. Grillot, Thomas, Pauline Peretz, and Yann Philippe. "'Wherever the Authority of the Federal Government Extends': Banning Segregation in Veterans Hospitals (1945-1960)". Journal of American History 107, no.2 (September 2020): 388-410.

  94. Guglielmo, Thomas A. "'Red Cross, Double Cross': Race and America's World War II-Era Blood Donor Service". Journal of American History 97, no.1 (June 2010): 63-90.
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  95. Guy, Donna J. "The Politics of Pan-American Cooperation: Maternalist Feminism and the Child Rights Movement, 1913-1960". Gender and History 10, no.3 (November 1998): 449-469.

  96. Guzda, Henry P. "Social Experiment of the Labor Department: The Division of Negro Economics". Public Historian 4, no.4 (Fall 1982): 7-37.

  97. Haeger, John D. "Business Strategy and Practice in the Early Republic: John Jacob Astor and the American Fur Trade". Western Historical Quarterly 19, no.2 (May 1988): 183-202.

  98. Hall, Jacquelyn Dowd. "Private Eyes, Public Women: Images of Class and Sex in the Urban South, Atlanta, Georgia, 1913-1915". Atlanta History 34, no.4 (Winter 1993): 24-39.

  99. Halpern, Martin. "Arkansas and the Defeat of Labor Law Reform in 1978 and 1994". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 57, no.2 (Summer 1998): 99-133.

  100. Halpern, Rick. "The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove: Welfare Capitalism in Chicago's Packinghouses, 1921-1933". Journal of American Studies 26, no.2 (August 1992): 159-183.

  101. Haskew, Barbara S. and Robert B. Jones. "Labor Strife in the Southern Stove Industry: Shootout at South Pittsburg". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 63, no.4 (Winter 2004): 266-283.

  102. Haydu, Jeffrey. "'No Change in Existing Standards'? Production, Employee Representation, and Government Policy in the United States, 1917-1919". Journal of Social History 25, no.1 (Fall 1991): 45-64.

  103. Hazelton, Andrew J. "Farmworker Advocacy through Guestworker Policy: Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell and the Bracero Program". Journal of Policy History 29, no.3 (2017): 431-461.
    RG174/LBJ Library

  104. Heisler, Barbara Schmitter. "The 'Other Braceros': Temporary Labor and German Prisoners of War in the United States, 1943-1946". Social Science History 31, no.2 (Summer 2007): 239-271.

  105. Helmbold, Lois Rita. "Downward Occupational Mobility during the Great Depression: Urban Black and White Working Class Women". Labor History 29, no.2 (Spring 1988): 135-172.

  106. Hendrickson, Mark. "Gender Research as Labor Activism: The Women's Bureau in the New Era". Journal of Policy History 20, no.4 (2008): 482-515.

  107. Herman, Ellen. "The Paradoxical Rationalization of Modern Adoption". Journal of Social History 36, no.2 (Winter 2002): 339-385.

  108. Hickel, K. Walter. "War, Region, and Social Welfare: Federal Aid to Servicemen's Dependents in the South, 1917-1921". Journal of American History 87, no.4 (March 2001): 1362-1391.

  109. Higbie, Frank Tobias. "Rural Work, Household Subsistence, and the North American Working Class: A View from the Midwest". International Labor and Working Class History 65 (April 2004): 50-76.
    RG183/FDR Library

  110. Higbie, Toby. "Indispensable Outcasts: Harvest Laborers in the Wheat Belt of the Middle West, 1890-1925". Labor History 38, no.4 (Fall 1997): 393-412.

  111. Hill, Walter B., Jr. "Finding a Place for the Negro: Robert C. Weaver and the Groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement". Prologue 37, no.1 (Spring 2005): 42-51.
    Online version
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  112. Hirshfield, Deborah A. "From Hog Islanders to Liberty Ships: The American Government and Merchant Ship Construction in Two World Wars". American Neptune 54, no.2 (Spring 1994): 85-98.
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  113. Hirshfield, Deborah Scott. "Women Shipyard Workers in the Second World War: A Note". International History Review 11, no.3 (August 1989): 478-485.

  114. Hirshfield, Deborah. "Gender, Generation, and Race in American Shipyards in the Second World War". International History Review 19, no.1 (February 1997): 131-145.

  115. Hirth, Colin. "Doctors for Hire at the Battle of Gettysburg". Gettysburg Magazine 59 (July 2018): 66-76.

  116. Holley, Donald. "Carl E. Bailey, the Merit System and Arkansas Politics, 1936-1939". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 45, no.4 (Winter 1986): 291-320.

  117. Holt, Marilyn Irvin. "Children's Health and the Campaign for Better Babies". Kansas History 28, no.3 (Autumn 2005): 174-187.
    RG102/DDE Library

  118. Holt, Marilyn Irvin. "Farm Women, Domestic Economy, and South Dakota's Agrarian Press". South Dakota History 24, no.2 (Summer 1994): 77-98.

  119. Holt, Marilyn Irvin. "From Better Babies to 4-H: A Look at Rural America, 1900-1930". Prologue 24, no.3 (Fall 1992): 244-255.

  120. Honey, Michael. "Fighting on Two Fronts: Black Trade Unionists in Memphis in the Jim Crow Era". Labor's Heritage 4, no.1 (Spring 1992): 50-68.

  121. Howard, Patricia Brake. "Tennessee in War and Peace: The Impact of World War II on State Economic Trends". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 51, no.1 (Spring 1992): 51-65.

  122. Hu-DeHart, Evelyn. "Immigrants to a Developing Society: The Chinese in Northwest Mexico, 1875-1932". Journal of Arizona History 21, no.3 (Autumn 1980): 49-86.

  123. Hubbard-Hall, Claire and Adrian O'Sullivan. "Landscapes of Intelligence in the Third Reich: Visualising Abwehr Operations during the Second World War". Journal of Intelligence History 21, no.1 (January 2022): 88-112.

  124. Huginnie, A. Yvette. "A New Hero Comes to Town: The Anglo Mining Engineer and 'Mexican Labor' as Contested Terrain in Southeastern Arizona, 1880-1920". New Mexico Historical Review 69, no.4 (October 1994): 323-344.

  125. Hull, Theodore J. "Electronic Records Relevant to Research on Mining". Prologue 31, no.2 (Summer 1999): 100-109.

  126. Hunnicutt, Benjamin Kline. "Kellogg's Six-Hour Day: A Capitalist Vision of Liberation through Managed Work Reduction". Business History Review 66, no.3 (Summer 1992): 475-522.

  127. Hutchison, Janet. "Building for Babbitt: The State and the Suburban Home Ideal". Journal of Policy History 9, no.2 (1997): 184-210.
    RG003/RG174/FDR Library/HH Library

  128. Ingalls, Robert P. "The Wagner Act on Trial: Vigilante Violence and the Struggle to Organize Textile Workers in Fitzgerald, Georgia, 1937-1940". Georgia Historical Quarterly 81, no.2 (Summer 1997): 370-394.

  129. Issel, William. "Liberalism and Urban Policy in San Francisco from the 1930s to the 1960s". Western Historical Quarterly 22, no.4 (November 1991): 431-450.

  130. Jensen, Jill. "From Geneva to the Americas: The International Labor Organization and Inter-American Social Security Standards, 1936-1948". International Labor and Working Class History 80, no.1 (Fall 2011): 215-240.
    RG047/RG086/RG353/FDR Library

  131. Jensen, Joan M. "Sexuality on a Northern Frontier: The Gendering and Disciplining of Rural Wisconsin Women, 1850-1920". Agricultural History 73, no.2 (Spring 1999): 136-167.

  132. Jensen, Joan M. "The Death of Rosa: Sexuality in Rural America". Agricultural History 67, no.4 (Autumn 1993): 1-12.

  133. Keller, Vagel. "Analyzing Change and Continuity in Women's Experience as Wage Earners, 1840-1940". OAH Magazine of History 15, no.1 (Fall 2000): 32-46.

  134. Kelley, Robin D.G. "A New War in Dixie: Communists and the Unemployed in Birmingham, Alabama, 1930-1933". Labor History 30, no.3 (Summer 1989): 367-384.

  135. Kelly, Brian. "Sentinels for New South Industry: Booker T. Washington, Industrial Accommodation and Black Workers in the Jim Crow South". Labor History 44, no.3 (August 2003): 337-357.

  136. King, Desmond. "The Racial Bureaucracy: African Americans and the Federal Government in the Era of Segregated Race Relations". Governance 12, no.4 (October 1999): 345-377.

  137. Kirstein, Peter N. "Agribusiness, Labor, and the Wetbacks: Truman's Commission on Migratory Labor". Historian 40, no.4 (August 1978): 650-667.
    RG174/HST Library

  138. Klaczynska, Barbara. "Why Women Work: A Comparison of Various Groups - Philadelphia, 1910-1930". Labor History 17, no.1 (Winter 1976): 73-87.

  139. Koonar, Catherine. "Making Chocolate American: Labor, Tourism, and American Empire in the Hershey Company, 1903-85". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 142, no.3 (October 2018): 339-364.

  140. Kornweibel, Theodore, Jr. "'Not at all proper for women': Black Female Railroaders". Railroad History 201 (Fall-Winter 2009): 6-29.

  141. Kotlowski, Dean J. "Richard Nixon and the Origins of Affirmative Action". Historian 60, no.3 (Spring 1998): 523-541.
    RG174/RG207/DDE Library/GRF Library/RMN Library

  142. Kruman, Marc W. "Quotas for Blacks: The Public Works Administration and the Black Construction Worker". Labor History 16, no.1 (Winter 1975): 37-51.

  143. Kunzel, Regina. "Pulp Fictions and Problem Girls: Reading and Rewriting Single Pregnancy in the Postwar United States". American Historical Review 100, no.5 (December 1995): 1465-1487.

  144. Ladd-Taylor, Molly. "'Grannies' and 'Spinsters': Midwife Education under the Sheppard-Towner Act". Journal of Social History 22, no.2 (Winter 1988): 255-275.

  145. LaMotta, Greg. "Electronic Records in the National Archives Relating to the History of Agriculture and Rural America". Agricultural History 70, no.2 (Spring 1996): 439-448.

  146. Larsen, Lawrence H. "A Political Boss at Bay: Thomas J. Pendergast in Federal Prison, 1939-1940". Missouri Historical Review 86, no.4 (July 1992): 396-417.

  147. Larson, Mary A. "Potential, Potential, Potential: The Marriage of Oral History and the World Wide Web". Journal of American History 88, no.2 (September 2001): 596-602.

  148. Ledesma, Irene. "Texas Newspapers and Chicana Workers' Activism, 1919-1974". Western Historical Quarterly 26, no.3 (Autumn 1995): 309-331.

  149. Lee, Joong-jae. "Defense Workers' Struggles for Patriotic Control: The Labor-Management-State Contests over Defense Production at Brewster, 1940-1944". International Labor and Working Class History 66 (October 2004): 136-154.

  150. Lewandowski, Michael J. "Democracy in the Workplace: Working Women in Midwestern Unions, 1943-1945". Prologue 25, no.2 (Summer 1993): 156-169.

  151. Lewis, Tab. "Labor History Sources in the National Archives". Labor History 31, no.1-2 (Winter-Spring 1990): 98-104.
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