Archive ID: 1995-033-1

Mollie West oral history interview

Date Created: 1995-02

Donor: Rod Sellers

Media Type: Oral History

Language: English

Description:

Oral history interview with Mollie West conducted by student interviewers Araceli Ramirez and Sandra Oliphant. Mollie West is a living victim of the Memorial Day Massacre. The interview includes her experiences at the event and other labor union activities.

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Historic Events   Local 1033 (Republic)   Memorial Day Massacre   Mills   Other   Other   Republic   Steel Industry   Strikes   Unions   Women’s Experiences   1980 - Present (Deindustrialization)   Other/Unknown   Other/Unknown   Oral History  

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