South Central Federation of Labor records, 1881-2003

South Central Federation of Labor (Wis.).


0.2. c.f. (1 archives box); plus.
46.8. c.f.,..
32 tape recordings.
3 disc recordings.
123 photographs.
50 videorecordings.
1 DVD, and.
2 films.
Records of the South Central Federation of Labor (SCFL), a consortium of labor union locals in Dane, Sauk, Columbia, and Iowa Counties, Wisconsin, that exists to promote and extend unionism, protect and advance the interests of organized labor, and increase public understanding of the labor movement. The Federation serves as a clearinghouse for organizing efforts, supports local union activities, lobbies on behalf of labor, and plays an active role in politics and the political education of its membership. Included in the collection are materials from the state and national AFL-CIO, such as newsletters, correspondence, memoranda, and press releases, in addition to the material generated by SCFL and its predecessors, which includes membership records, minutes, correspondence, speeches, sound recordings, press releases, committee files, financial records, and subject/project files.
The films and videorecordings in this collection also are being cataloged individually.

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