the UC Berkeley Collections
Doe Library has collected labor studies material since the late
19th century, and has a strong collection of books, periodicals, pamphlets,
newspapers and government documents.
The Bancroft Library
holds mostly pre-1900 materials relating to labor history in California
and the West, including unpublished materials such as organizational
records, personal papers, photographs and oral histories.
Business and Economics Library collects contemporary labor studies
materials, focusing particularly on labor relations, labor economics
and workplace issues.
Institute of Industrial Relations Library is a small, specialized
library that focuses on contemporary labor relations.
Primary and Secondary Sources |
| Print Bibliographies | Encyclopedias,
Dictionaries and Handbooks | Film
& Video |
Newspapers & Magazines
| Constitutions & Bylaws, Convention Proceedings, Officers Reports
Archival Records | Oral histories
that were formerly part of the UC Berkeley's Labor Union Collection
may be searched by the uniform title "Labor Union Collection" in the
online catalogs Pathfinder
and Melvyl. Thanks to Bill Whitson
for compiling the original version of this guide.