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Collection Inventory

Series I. Periodicals

Scope and Content Notes:

This series includes periodicals from across the country. Topics include labor issues, working class literature, and filmmaking. Also present are local union newspapers, national union newspapers and magazines by US Steel.


Box 1
Folder 1 Access Video by Access Video of Western PA, Inc., 1984, 1986
Folder 2 Action Bulletin by Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste, Inc., 1983-1986
Folder 3 Advance by Trade Union Action League, 1982-1984
Folder 4 AFSC Quaker Service Bulletin by the American Friends Service Committee, 1983
Folder 5 Against the Current by Workers Power, 1983
Folder 6 The Allegheny Sierran by the Allegheny Group, Pittsburgh Chapter of the Sierra Club, 1982-1983
Folder 7 Allegheny Socialist by New American Movement, Pittsburgh Chapter, 1982-1987
Folder 8 All Hands Round by Calliope House, Inc., 1981
Folder 9 Alternative Media by Alternative Press Syndicate, 1980-1985
Folder 10 Alternative Press Syndicate Advertising and Membership Directory, 1985-1986
Folder 11 Alternative Press Index by Alternative Press Center, Inc., 1982, 1984-1986
Folder 12 American Labor by American Labor Education Center, Inc., 1979-1986
Folder 13 American Writer by the National Writers Union, 1985
Folder 14 The Anti-Draft by the Committee Against Registration and the Draft, 1986
Folder 15 Appeal to Reason by Movement Against Racism and the Klan (M.A.R.K.), 1982
Folder 16 Areas of Concern by Harry Hyde, Jr., 1981-1985
Folder 17 Art Meets Labor, 1986
Folder 18 Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church (ARCC), 1983
Folder 19 Bayou La Rose by Working Class of Ecological Anarchism, 1985
Folder 20 Beef by Pakka K. Kavan, Marina Racine, 1984-1986
Folder 21 Beef Tabloid by Omaha Magic Theatre, 1983
Folder 22 Big Flame, 1982
Folder 23 Black and Green by Rhode Island Alternative Press, 1981-1982
Folder 24 Bloomfield Garfield Bulletin by Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation, 1986
Folder 25 Broadside by Broadside, Ltd., 1983, 1986
Folder 26 Building Blocks by National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, 1982-1983
Folder 27 CACOSH Health and Safety News by CACOSH, 1984-1985
Folder 28 Center for Peace Education by Center for Peace Education/Cincinnati Coalition for Peace Education, 1986
Folder 29 Center for Rural Affairs, 1983-1986
Folder 30 Central America Alert by US Out of Central America, 1983-1984
Folder 31 Central American Focus by Central America Mobilization Coalition, 1983
Folder 32 Chapter Voice by the Allegheny Chapter, PSSU, 1979-1985
Folder 33 Chryme by Richard Paul Howe, 1982
Folder 34 Cineaste by Gary Gowdus, 1973, 1978
Folder 35 Citizen Power by Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition, 1983
Folder 36 Civil Disobedience by Groupe Thoreau, 1982
Folder 37 The Closest Penguins, 1984-1986

Box 2
Folder 1 Coal Field Defender by United Mine Workers of America, 1982-1983
Folder 2 Coalition Close-Up by Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, 1980-1985
Folder 3 Columbus Free Press, 1982-1984
Folder 4 Come Unity, 1982-1985
Folder 5 Common Cause, 1982-1983
Folder 6 Community Muralist's Magazine by International Murals Network, 1981-1985
Folder 7 Community Television Review by National Federation of Local Cable Programmers, 1984
Folder 8 Communitas by Center Peace Publishers, 1982-1983
Folder 9 Community News, 1983, 1985
Folder 10 Comparable Worth Project Newsletter, 1985-1986
Folder 11 Conscience and Military Tax Campaign, US Newsletter, 1982, 1985
Folder 12 Consumer-Farmer Cooperator by Consumer-Farmer Foundation, Inc., 1985-1986
Folder 13 The Conversion Planner by SANE, 1981-1982
Folder 14 Convoy Dispatch by Teamsters for a Democratic Union, 1984-1986
Folder 15 Counter Spy, 1980-1984
Folder 16 CPJ Update by Committee to Protect Journalism, 1982-1986
Folder 17 Crazy Horse Spirit by El Centro de la Raza, 1983-1985
Folder 18 CTW Reports by Center for Third World Organizing, 1984
Folder 19 Cultural Correspondence, 1983
Folder 20 Dayton Solidarity Press, 1982
Folder 21 The DC Gazette, 1980, 1983
Folder 22 Delaware Alternative Press, 1982, 1984, 1986
Folder 23 The Democratic Communique by Union for Democratic Communications, 1985
Folder 24 Democratic Left by The Democratic Socialists of America, 1980-1986
Folder 25 Disorientation Manual by New Indicator Collective Alternative Press Syndicate, 1980, 1983-1984
Folder 26 Dollars & Sense by Economic Affairs Bureau, 1979-1982
Folder 27 Don Bell Reports, 1982
Folder 28 Earthbank News by Earthbank Association, 1986
Folder 29 East End Cooperative Ministry, 1984
Folder 30 Economic Notes by Labor Research Association, 1984
Folder 31 Emancipation by Anarchist Association of the Americas, 1982, 1985-1986
Folder 32 EPI Perspectives by Environmental Policy Institute, 1984
Folder 33 Everyone's Backyard by Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes Inc., 1983-1986

Box 3
Folder 1 Exchange by Generations Together, 1985
Folder 2 Exploring the Bible by Discovery, 1981
Folder 3 '09 Express by United Steelworkers of America Local 2609, 1981-1983
Folder 4 Far East Reporter by Maude Russell, 1982-1986
Folder 5 Farmer's Legal Action Report by Farmer's Legal Action Group, Inc., 1986
Folder 6 Federation for Progress, 1982-1983
Folder 7 The Fessenden Review by The Reginald A. Fessenden Educational Fund Incorporated, 1985-1986
Folder 8 Fighting Back by All People's Congress People's Anti-war Mobilization, 1986
Folder 9 Flotsam & Jetsam by DC Gazette, 1981
Folder 10 Focus by World Wildlife Fund, US, 1985
Folder 11 The Food Bank Ledger by Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, 1983
Folder 12 Food News and Views by Hunger Action Coalition, 1983-1986
Folder 13 Foreclosure Alert by Center for Community Change, 1983
Folder 14 Francisco E. Martinez Defense Committee, 1984
Folder 15 The Freedom Socialist by Freedom Socialist Party, 1979-1986
Folder 16 Free For All by Better World Educational Corporation, 1981
Folder 17 Free Venice Beachhead, 1983-1986
Folder 18 Freeze Challenger by The Pennsylvania Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze, 1985-1986
Folder 19 Full Moon by Alaska Solidarity Federation, 1983
Folder 20 The Global Link Newsletter by The Society of Prayer for World Peace, 1986
Folder 21 Grandfalloon Newsletter by John E. Milich
Folder 22 Grassroots by Grassroots Leadership, 1986
Folder 23 Guatemala by Guatemala News and Information Bureau, 1981-1985
Folder 24 The Hammer by Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights, Inc., 1984-1985
Folder 25 Hard Row to Hoe by Seven Buffaloes Press, 1983
Folder 26 The Heathen Science Monitor by Heathen Science Monitor Publications, 1985
Folder 27 Heretic's Journal, 1981-1983
Folder 28 Heretic's Journal Bulletin by Ron Heresy, 1985-1986
Folder 29 The Hispanic Monitor by Hispanic Monitor/Observador Hispano Inc., 1984-1985
Folder 30 Hotline by Group Against Smog and Pollution, 1984
Folder 31 I Can't Explain by Trouble After School Publications, 1985
Folder 32 Ideas & Action by Worker's Solidarity Alliance, 1985-1986
Folder 33 IECON Newsletter by The Interreligious Economic Crisis Organizing Network, 1983-1985
Folder 34 In Context by Context Foundation, 1984-1985
Folder 35 Industrial Worker by Industrial Workers of the World, 1981-1986
Folder 36 The Informer by Homewood-Brushton Revitalization and Development Corporation, 1985
Folder 37 In Public Service by AFL-CIO Public Employee Department, 1982-1983
Folder 38 Inside Joke by American Samizdat Press, 1985

Box 4
Folder 1 The Insurgent Sociologist by University of Oregon, 1981-1985
Folder 2 Interchange Report by Interchange, 1984-1985
Folder 3 International Labor Reports by Mayday Publications, 1984
Folder 4 The Iron Clad Rag by The Iron Clad Agreement
Folder 5 Italy and US by Committee for a Democratic Policy Towards Italy, 1980
Folder 6 Jericho by National Moratorium on Prison Construction, 1985-1986
Folder 7 Judgement by Alderson Hospitality House, 1981-1983
Folder 8 Ka Huliau by Hawaii Education for Social Progress, Inc., 1983-1984
Folder 9 Katuah, 1984-1986
Folder 10 Kindred Spirits Journal by Kindred Spirits Journal, Inc., 1985-1986
Folder 11 Know News by Know, Inc., 1980
Folder 12 Labor Clips by SANE, 1982
Folder 13 Labor Notes by Labor Education and Research Project, 1979, 1985-1986
Folder 14 The Labor Page by CommUnity News Publishers, 1982-1985
Folder 15 Labor Today by National Center for Trade Union Action and Democracy, 1981
Folder 16 Land & Liberty by Land & Liberty Press, Inc., 1982-1984
Folder 17 Lifelines by OCAW Union News, 1983-1986
Folder 18 Links12 by NWTUAA Liaison Committee, 1982
Folder 19 Lip by Lancaster Independent Press, Inc., 1982-1986
Folder 20 Little Free Press, 1976, 1982, 1985
Folder 21 MediActive by Alternative Media Information Center, 1986
Folder 22 Media Network Newsletter by Alternative Media Information Center, 1985
Folder 23 MEP News by Marxist Educational Press, 1984, 1986
Folder 24 The Metro by Scranton Public Theatre, Inc., 1983
Folder 25 The Metro Times, 1984-1986
Folder 26 MCLR Work by Midwest Center for Labor Research, 1986
Folder 27 The Militant, 1983
Folder 28 The Mining Organizer by Center for Alternative Mining Development Policy, 1981
Folder 29 Missouri Valley Socialist by National Committee of the Socialist Party USA, 1981-1984
Folder 30 Modern Times by Hawaii Union of Socialists, 1981
Folder 31 The Monitor by Friends of ACE, Inc., 1982
Folder 32 The Monitor by Center for Democratic Renewal, 1986
Folder 33 Moody Street Irregulars, 1981
Folder 34 Motheroot Journal by Motheroot Publications, 1985

Box 5
Folder 1 National Action Guide by DC Gazette, 1981
Folder 2 The National Boycott Newsletter, 1985
Folder 3 National Network for Direct Action by Disarmament Program Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1985
Folder 4 National NOW Times by National Organization for Women, Inc., 1982-1985
Folder 5 National Unemployed News by National Unemployed Network, 1984
Folder 6 The Native Communicator by Native Americans in Communication, 1981
Folder 7 Neighborhoods for Living Center News by Urban Redevelopment Authority; ACTION Housing Inc., 1985
Folder 8 The Neighborhood Works by Center for Neighborhood Technology, 1979
Folder 9 The New Abolitionist by Nuclear Free America, 1983-1985
Folder 10 New American Movement, 1981-1982
Folder 11 New Directions for Women by New Directions for Women, Inc., 1983-1984, 1986
Folder 12 The New Humanist by Proutist Universal of North America, 1983
Folder 13 New Indicator by UCSD, 1981-1986
Folder 14 New Iron Column by Creative Anarchists Network, 1986
Folder 15 The New People by The Thomas Merton Center, 1980-1986
Folder 16 News by Pittsburgh Planned Parenthood, 1982
Folder 17 1199 News by National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, 1983
Folder 18 News from the Film Fund by The Film Fund, 1982
Folder 19 Newsletter of the Center for Business, Society & Ethics, 1985
Folder 20 Newsletter by Mon-Valley Unemployed Committee, 1983-1986
Folder 21 Newsletter by National Anti-Klan Network, 1982-1985
Folder 22 Newsletter by National Murals Network, 1978-1979
Folder 23 Newsletter by Pittsburgh Men's Collective, 1982
Folder 24 Newsletter by Pittsburgh Neighborhood Alliance, 1981
Folder 25 Newsletter by Swords into Plowshares, 1987
Folder 26 Newsletter by Tri-State Conference on Steel, 1982-1983
Folder 27 Newsletter by Western Review Institute, 1986
Folder 28 News & Notes by Union for Democratic Communications, 1983-1984
Folder 29 New Unionist by The New Unionists, 1980-1987
Folder 30 The New York Alliance by New Alliance Party, 1982-1983
Folder 31 Night Times by College of General Studies Student Government, 1985
Folder 32 Nonviolent Anarchist Newsletter by Nonviolent Anarchist Network
Folder 33 North American Farmer by North American Farm Alliance, 1985
Folder 34 Northern Neighbors by Northern Neighbors Ltd., 1984, 1986
Folder 35 Northwest Passage by Northwest Passage, Inc., 1985-1986
Folder 37 The Nuclear Free Press, 1984-1985
Folder 38 The Occasional Review by Realities Library
Folder 39 Okanogan Natural News by G. Payton and R. Gillespie, 1984
Folder 40 On Guard by Citizen Soldier, 1986
Folder 41 On Watch by National Lawyers Guild Military Law Task Force, 1982-1985
Folder 42 Open Road, 1982-1984, 1986
Folder 43 Organizing Notes by Campaign for Political Rights, 1981-1984
Folder 44 Our Right to Know by Fund for Open Information and Accountability, Inc., 1982-1986
Folder 45 Our Socialism by OS Publications, 1983

Box 6
Folder 1 Overthrow by Youth International Party Information Service, 1979-1986
Folder 2 Ozarkia by EcoCenter Inc., 1983
Folder 3 PAAR Spective by Pittsburgh Action Against Rape, 1985
Folder 4 Pangloss Papers by Pangloss Foundation, 1984-1987
Folder 5 PED Forum by AFL-CIO Public Employee Department, 1985
Folder 6 Pennsylvania Times by National Organization for Women, 1982-1984
Folder 7 The People by Socialist Labor Party, 1983-1987
Folder 8 People's Medical Society Newsletter by People's Medical Society, Inc., 1985-1986
Folder 9 The People's Voice, 1985
Folder 10 People's Tribune, 1984-1986
Folder 11 Philippine Labor Alert by Philippine Workers Support Committee, 1985
Folder 12 The Pikestaff Forum by Pikestaff Publications, Inc., 1986
Folder 13 Pittsburgh Arts by Pittsburgh-Allegheny County Cultural Alliance, 1983-1986
Folder 14 The Pittsburgh Federalist by World Federalist Association of Pittsburgh, 1983-1984
Folder 15 The Pittsburgh Woman, 1985-1986
Folder 16 Plain Speaking by Democratic Workers Party, 1982
Folder 17 Pledge of Resistance Newsletter, 1986
Folder 18 Plowshare Press by Center for Economic Conversion, 1986
Folder 19 Plumbing the Depths of the Nuclean Neurosis by Duncan & Porter House
Folder 20 Point Blank
Folder 21 Pop News by People Organizing People, 1986
Folder 22-23 Post Amerikan, 1982-1986

Box 7
Folder 1 The Power Line by Environmental Action Foundation, 1983
Folder 2 The Prarie Rambler, 1979-1981
Folder 3-4 Processed World, 1981-1983, 1985-1987
Folder 5 Program on Workers Culture by Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations
Folder 6 Process, 1981
Folder 7 The Progressive by The Progressive, Inc., 1979, 1984-1986
Folder 8 Prout News by Prout Universal, 1980-1982
Folder 9 PSN News by Progressive Student Network, 1984
Folder 10 The Public Eye by Citizens in Defense of Civil Liberties, 1980-1984
Folder 11 Public Interest News by Pennsylvania Public Interest Coalition, 1982-1986
Folder 12 Public Interest Video Network by USER,Inc., 1985-1986
Folder 13 The Public News by Pennsylvania Humanities Council, 1986
Folder 14 Racine Labor by Union Labor Publishing Company, Inc., 1985-1986
Folder 15 Radical Historians Newsletter by MARHO, 1982-1985
Folder 16 Radical Perspectives on the Economic Crisis of Monopoly Capitalism by The Union for Radical Political Economics; A Political Education and Action Potential, 1975
Folder 17 Railroad Notes by Labor Research Association, 1983
Folder 18 Rank & File News by Rank & File Coalition
Folder 19 Rank & File Steelworkers Voice by USWA District 1, 1980-1981
Folder 20 Rebel Worker, 1983
Folder 21 RECON by RECON Publications, 1976, 1982-1984, 1986
Folder 22 Red Bass by Anti-Media, 1983-1985
Folder 23 Regeneration by Rodale Press, Inc., 1986
Folder 24 Relay by Labor Institute of Public Affairs, 1984
Folder 25 Reporter by Mon-Valley Unemployed Committee, 1985
Folder 26 Resistance by Friends of Durruti, Open Road, 1985
Folder 27 Resource Center Bulletin by the Resource Center, 1986
Folder 28 Road Report by Southern Appalachian Labor School, 1982
Folder 29 Rodo Joho, 1983-1984, 1986
Folder 30 Rosewood by Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, 1984
Folder 31 Saboteur by Pajaro Press, 1985
Folder 32 Science, Class & Politics by Marxist-Leninist League, 1984
Folder 33 Shelterforce by National Housing Institute, 1980-1986
Folder 34 Sipapu by Noel Peattie, 1981-1986

Box 8
Folder 1 Small Farm Advocate, 1982-1986
Folder 2 Socialist Worker by International Socialist Organization, 1983-1985
Folder 3 Solidarity by International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agriculture Implement Workers of America, 1981
Folder 4 Solidarity International Newsletter by Solidarity International Inc., 1982-1983
Folder 5 Solidarity Works, 1985
Folder 6 The Songsmith Journal by Songsmith Society, 1982
Folder 7 Southeast Asia Chronicle by Southeast Asia Resource Center, 1979-1981
Folder 8 The Southern Advocate by Equal Rights Congress, 1981
Folder 9 Southern Changes by Southern Regional Council, 1985-1986
Folder 10 Southern Fight-Back by Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1983-1986
Folder 11 Southern Libertarian Messenger, 1980, 1982-1984, 1986
Folder 12 Southern Neighborhoods by Community Control Movement in the South, 1986
Folder 13 Spare Change
Folder 14 Speaking Out, 1982-1984
Folder 15 Steelworker by USWA Local 1010, 1982-1986
Folder 16 The Steelworkers Oldtimer, 1983-1985
Folder 17 Strike, 1983-1985
Folder 18 Striking Back, 1983-1984
Folder 19 Survival Network Newsletter by Leonard Peltier Support Group
Folder 20 Sylvanian by Pennsylvania Chapter of Sierra Club, 1984-1986
Folder 21 Synthesis by University Women's Center, University of Pittsburgh, 1980-1982
Folder 22 Synthesis by League for Ecological Democracy, 1982, 1986
Folder 23 Tabloid by SMC Local 7027, 1984-1986
Folder 24 Talkin' Union, 1982, 1984
Folder 25 Tennessee Woolen Worker by Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, 1984
Folder 26 The Texas Observer by Texas Observer Publishing Co., 1979
Folder 27 Theaterwork by Cherry-Creek Inc., 1981
Folder 28 Third Force by The Center for Third World Organizing, 1983, 1985-1986
Folder 29 Toronto-Clarion by Western Gap Communications Cooperation Limited, 1982-1984
Folder 30 Tradeswomen by Tradeswomen Magazine, 1986
Folder 31 Trade Tax by Tradeswomen Inc., 1986
Folder 32 Tranet, 1985
Folder 33 Twin Cities Cultural Worker by Twin Cities Cultural Workers Association, 1983-1984
Folder 34 The Unifier by USWA International Rank & File Caucus, 1984
Folder 35 Union Democracy Review by Association for Union Democracy, 1975, 1979-180, 1982
Folder 36 Unionews Underground Cable by Telecommunications International Union, 1984
Folder 37 The Unionist by Local 644 National Council of Field Labor Locals, AFC-E, AFL-CIO, 1980-1981, 1984-1986
Folder 38 Unitarian Universalist World by Unitarian Universalist Association, 1983-1986

Box 9
Folder 1 United Labor Action, 1984-1986
Folder 2 United Mine Workers Journal by United Mine Workers of America, 1982
Folder 3 Update Central America by Inter-Religious Task Force on Central America, 1986
Folder 4 USA by Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, 1980
Folder 5 Voice of Labor by Roanoke APWU's, 1982-1984
Folder 6 Washington Crap Report by Editors Release Service, 1981-1982
Folder 7 Washington Report by Editors Release Service, 1983-1987
Folder 8 The Waste Paper by Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter Radioactive Waste Campaign, 1981, 1983-1986
Folder 9 WAVES by Northwest Passage, 1986-1987
Folder 10 The Welfare Righter by Welfare Rights Organizations, 1984-1985
Folder 11 Win-No-Win by The Desolation Center, 1986
Folder 12 Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media, 1981
Folder 13 Workers Democracy, 1981-1986
Folder 14 Workers Education Center Bulletin, 1985
Folder 15 Workers Tribune by Bolshevik League of the US, 1981-1982
Folder 16 Working Classics by Red Wheelbarrow Press, 1984
Folder 17 The Wree-View by Women for Radicala and Economic Equality, 1979-1981
Folder 18 The Writer Uniter by Organizing Committee for a National Writers Union, 1982
Folder 19 You Heard It Through the Grapevine by United Way of Allegheny County, 1986
Folder 20 Fuse by Arton's Publishing Inc., 1980
Folder 21-22 Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine by Monthly Review Inc., 1979-1982
Folder 23 Mountain Review by Appalshop Inc., 1976-1981
Folder 24 Sea Alliance News by S.E.A., 1979-1985
Folder 25 SHMATE by Steve Fankuchen, 1983, 1985
Folder 26 Solidarity by UAW International, 1977-1986
Folder 27 Steel Labor by United Steelworkers of America, 1978-1982
Folder 28 URPE Newsletter by URPE, National, 1979-1980
Folder 29 1397 Rank & File by USWA Local 1397, 1979-1981
Folder 36 NOW! by The New Artists' Workshop, 1986

Series II. Clippings and Correspondence, 1981-1985

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains newspaper clippings regarding the activities of United Steelworker locals in response to the deindustrialization of Pittsburgh during the 1980s. Also included are articles written by and about Larry Evans in response to the declining steel industry and other labor related topics, including his work with The Mill Hunk Herald and trip to Donetsk, Ukraine. Correspondence with United Steelworkers locals and the national union are also present. Newsletters and flyers announcing events by grassroots organizations are included.


Box 10
Folder 1 Clippings, 1982-1985
Folder 2-4 Anti-War and Anti-Draft Clippings
Folder 5-7 Clippings, 1983
Folder 8-10 Clippings, 1984
Folder 11 USW Local 1196
Folder 12 Armco
Folder 13 Bethlehem Steel
Folder 14 USW Duquesne
Folder 15 Foreign Steel
Folder 16 Fort Pitt castings
Folder 17 Heppenstalls
Folder 18 US Steel Irvin
Folder 19 Latrobe Steel Union
Folder 20 Levinson Steel
Folder 21 Linden Hall
Folder 22 McConway and Torler, USW
Folder 23 Mesta
Folder 24 US Steel National Tube Works
Folder 25 Neville Chemical
Folder 26 Pittsburgh-des Moines Steel
Folder 27 Rockwell International, USW
Folder 28 Steelworkers Oldtime Foundation
Folder 29 USW Local 1010
Folder 30 Steelworkers Voice
Folder 31 United Steelworkers of America
Folder 32 Steelabor
Folder 33 Steelworkers Fight Back
Folder 34 Foreign Steel News
Folder 35 Steelworkers United for Employment (SUE)
Folder 36 Steel News Service
Folder 37-38 Steel Industry
Folder 39 USW Edgar Thomson

Box 11
Folder 1 USW Johnstown
Folder 2 USW Local 1397 Homestead
Folder 3 US Steel Clairton
Folder 4 US Steel
Folder 5 USW District 31 Women's Caucus
Folder 6 Vesuvius Crucible Co.
Folder 7 USW Williams & Co.
Folder 8 Women in Steel
Folder 9 Articles by Larry Evans
Folder 10 Flyers for Mill Hunk Events
Folder 11-12 Articles regarding Larry Evans
Folder 13-18 Clippings regarding Deindustrialization
Folder 19 Newspaper Clippings
Folder 20 US Steel News, 1981-1982
Folder 21 Mon Valley Unemployed Committee, 1982
Folder 22 USW, National and District, 1981-1984
Folder 23 USW Locals
Folder 24 Newsletters
Folder 25 Event Flyers
Folder 26 Information on Organizations
Folder 27 Research

Series III. Publications

Scope and Content Notes:

This series includes several publications regarding labor issues, such as workplace health concerns and deindustrialization. Also present is research on labor relations in the Soviet Union prior to Evans’ trip to Donetsk, Ukraine.

Folder 28 Dialogue: An Art Journal by Ohio Foundation on the Arts, Inc., 1984
Folder 29 Air Contaminants-Permissible Exposure Limits by OSHA, 1989
Folder 30 What Every Representative Should Know About Health & Safety by USWA, 1979
Folder 31 International Political Science Abstracts by International Political Science Association, 1981-1982
Folder 32 Shutdown by David Moberg, 1979
Folder 33 Comparative Survey of Major Collective Bargaining Agreements by Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO, 1984
Folder 34 Potential Health Hazards of Video Display Terminals by National Institute of for Occupational Safety and Health, 1981
Folder 35 Steelyard Blues: News Structures in Steel by North American Congress on Latin America, 1979
Folder 36 Radical America by Alternative Education Project, Inc., 1981
Folder 37 American Man by The Coalition of Free Men, 1984
Folder 38 Labor Research Review: Up Against the Open Shop by Midwest Center for Labor Research, 1988
Folder 39 Japanese Style Industrial Relations & Trade Union Rights, 1991
Folder 40 The Changing Situation of Workers and Their Unions by AFL-CIO Committee on the Evolution of Work, 1985
Folder 41 Injured on the Job: a Handbook for Massachusetts Workers, 1979
Folder 42 The Soviet Trade Unions: A Collection of Background Materials, 1985
Folder 43 When a Conflict Arises . . . How Labor Disputes are Settled in the USSR by Yefim Ghershanov, 1982
Folder 44 Cancer and the Worker by The New York Academy of Sciences, 1977
Folder 45 Labor Research Review by Midwest Center for Labor Research, 1982
Folder 46 Fugitive Industry: The Economics and Politics of Deindustrialization by Richard B. McKenzie, 1984

Series IV. Film

Scope and Content Notes:

This series includes many oral history interviews for Evans’ Steel Valley Stories project, which sought to document working class life both inside and outside of the steel mills. Also present are segments for the television series “Our Own Show” and video of meetings addressing the plight of the steel industry and its workers.

Cassette 1-5 Linwood Brosier Interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 6-8 Carmen Cortazzo interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 9-11 Pat Darrough interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 12-14 Birdie Dunlap interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 15-20 John and Betty Kaczka interview for Steel Valley Stories, 1987
Cassette 21-23 Shirley Nusser interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 24 Rob Robertson and Bill Thomas interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 25-28 Sonny Robinson interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 29-32 Irene and Booker Turner interview for Steel Valley Stories, 1987
Cassette 33-36 Oliver West and Ben Butler interview for Steel Valley Stories
Cassette 37 Nick Coles, Writers Workshop, 1984
Cassette 38 Peter Orsik, 1984
Cassette 39 Dave Demarest and Joel Sabadasz Writers Workshop, 1984
Cassette 40 Jim Daniels Writers Workshop, 1984
Cassette 41 Examining the Problems of the Unemployed for “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 42 Interviews with Allies of the Unemployed for “Our Own Show”, 1987
Cassette 43 Pro-Peace for “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 44 Bill Patterson and the Great Peace March from “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 45 Great Peace March I: Bombs Away Boogie, etc. for “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 46 Great Peace March II for “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 47 Ohio Great Peace Marchers for “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 48 Great Peace March: Interviews with Pennsylvania Marchers for “Our Own Show”, 1986
Cassette 49 Steelworkers Speak Out for “Our Own Show” 1986
Cassette 50 Michael Harrington with Tri-State Conference on Steel
Cassette 51 Michael Harrington at UE Local #610, Wilmerding, PA
Cassette 52 Michael Harrington at UE Local #10 and at Foodbank in McKeesport, PA
Cassette 53-54 Association for Union Democracy Meeting, 1982
Cassette 55 Mill Hunk #1, 1985
Cassette 56 Churches of the Mon Valley Speak Out and Victory for Nabisco Workers, 1983
Cassette 57-62 Steelworkers Speak Out, 1983
Cassette 63 Hearings Before Pittsburgh City Council
Cassette 64 Homestead 1980 Centennial Celebration: Ron Weisen and Community Leaders
Cassette 65 Labor Day, 1984
Cassette 66 Unions Under Attack, 1984
Cassette 67-68 Unitarian Church Conference on Labor, 1983-1984
Cassette 69 "The Judge", 1984
Cassette 70 “Union Jack Speaks Peace”, 1983
Cassette 71 Pittsburghers Speak Their Peace, 1982
Cassette 72 Nicaraguan Perspectives, 1983
Cassette 73 El Salvador Speaks, 1982
Cassette 74 Mill Hunk Story Hour, 1985
Cassette 75 Poland Today, 1984
Cassette 76 Russian Round Table, 1984
Cassette 77 A Disarming Russian, 1983
Cassette 78 Steelworkers Speak Out with French Workers, 1984
Cassette 79 French Steelworkers, 1984
Cassette 80 Your Rights Under Reagan, 1983
Cassette 81 Rights on Trial, 1984
Cassette 82-83 John and Betty Kaczka interview for “Steel Valley Stories”, 1988
Cassette 84-85 Bob Hutson interview for “Steel Valley Stories”
Cassette 86 John and Betty Kaczka of Glassport, Bob Robertson and Bill Thomas of Duquesne, 1988
Cassette 87 Michael Harrington: Visits Tri-State Conference on Steel
Cassette 88 Michael Harrington: visits Mon Valley UE Local Wilmerding
Cassette 89 Michael Harrington: visits Mon Valley UE Local Wilmerding with Jerry Starr
Cassette 90 "Our Own Show" Pilot, 1983
Cassette 91 Mill Hunk Herald Magazine, "Just for Kicks", "Our Own Show" #3, 1982
Cassette 92 Our Own Show “Volunteering on the Northside (Lutheran Services Society)”, 1985
Cassette 93 "Our Own Show ’88", “Feminization of Power, Mill Hunk MTV, Soviet American Baseball”, 1987
Cassette 94 Our Own Show “Pro-Peace”
Cassette 95 Steel Valley Stories with Dale Hathaway, 1984
Cassette 96 Steel Valley Stories with Rich Libschur, 1986
Cassette 97 Steel Valley Stories with Sonny Robinson of East Liberty, 1988
Cassette 98 Steel Valley Stories “Talkin’ with the Turners” with Irene and Booker Turner of Lower Burrell, PA, 1988
Cassette 99 Steel Valley Stories with Linwood Brosier of Beltzhoover, “See that Building Intro” and “Flash Dance”, 1988
Cassette 100-101 Steel Valley Stories #6 with Bob Hutson, 1989
Cassette 102 Steel Valley Stories featuring Joe Hughes Part I, 1989
Cassette 103 Steel Valley Stories with Pat Darrough of Aliquippa, 1989
Cassette 104 Steel Valley Stories with David Bensam
Cassette 105 Mill Hunk Story Hour “Manny Fried’s Reading” and Our Own Story “Just for Kicks”, 1982
Cassette 106 Northside Series “Reaganomics Caberet”, 1982
Cassette 107 Mill Hunk Series “Nicaraguan November”, 1983
Cassette 108 “Pat Dobler Poetry”, 1984
Cassette 109 "Syzygy", 1984
Cassette 110 "Sports Psyche", 1984
Cassette 111 “Blueprint for Volunteer Action Fair and Conference”, 1984
Cassette 112 “French Steelworkers Part I and II”, 1984
Cassette 113 “R.U. Forum”, 1985
Cassette 114 Mill Hunk Series “Steel City Stories Writing Workshop #2” with Pat Oresick, 1985
Cassette 115 “Bas-o-Bol Boogie – Graffiti”, Mary Robb Jackson “Bobby McGee", and Raisinettes “In His Kiss, Boyfriend’s Back, and Jammin’ on S.S.”
Cassette 116 “Raisinettes at Baseball Boogie”, 1988
Cassette 117 "Inside Food Co-op"

Series V. Donetsk Oral History Project

Scope and Content Notes:

In 1989, Larry Evans assembled a film crew to document steelworkers and miners in Pittsburgh’s sister city of Donetsk, Ukraine, in the Soviet Union. This series includes footage of interviews with workers, as well as images of a steel strike that occurred as the crew was filming for the oral history project. Also present are films documenting Evans’ son, Ducky, as he explored and interacted with the people of Donetsk.

Cassette 118 Soviet Dancer, “Ducky” Evans in Park, 1989
Cassette 119 “Ducky” Evans at Carnival, 1989
Cassette 120 Interview with Mayor of Donetsk, 1989
Cassette 121 “Ducky” Evans at Park, Interview with Mayor, 1989
Cassette 122 “Ducky” Evans at Train, Soldier and Miner Monument, 1989
Cassette 123-125 Narsis Interview, 1989
Cassette 126 Narsis Interview, Strike Committee Meeting, 1989
Cassette 127 Strike Committee, 1989
Cassette 128-129 Ivan Interview, 1989
Cassette 130 Ivan Interview, Miners Smoking, Interior Mine, 1989
Cassette 131 Donetsk, August 3-4, 1989
Cassette 132 Election Meeting, 1989
Cassette 133-138 Meeting, 1989
Cassette 139 Election Meeting 1989
Cassette 140 Steel Works Interior and Exterior, 1989
Cassette 141-143 Donetsk, August 7, 1989
Cassette 144 Friendship Society, Steel Workers, Kush and Father, 1989
Cassette 145 Konstantine and Wife, 1989
Cassette 146-148 Donetsk, August 15, 1989
Cassette 149 Takasenko Interview, 1989
Cassette 150 Takasenko and Daughter, 1989
Cassette 151 Takasenko and Family, 1989
Cassette 152 Ivan Lyshako, Feodor Skripai Interviews, 1989
Cassette 153 Feodor Skripai Interview, 1989
Cassette 154 Leonid Logvinova Interview, 1989
Cassette 155 Leonid Logvinova Interview and Donetsk Establishing Shots, 1989
Cassette 156-157 Steelworkers, 1989
Cassette 158 Reactions of Steelworkers’ Strike Committee Leaders to UMW Tape, 1989
Cassette 159 Women Miners, 1989
Cassette 160 Marfa Limontes Interview, 1989
Cassette 161 Photos, Marfa and Tatyana Interviews, 1989
Cassette 162 Donetsk, August 18, 1989
Cassette 163-164 Group Discussion with Russian Miners, 1991
Cassette 165-167 Interviews with People in Park, 1991
Cassette 168 Interview with Boris Brofman, Assistant to Chairman of Donetsk City Council, 1991
Cassette 169 Leonid Gordon Interview, 1992
Cassette 170 SNOP Leaders, 1992
Cassette 171 Bychkov, Yuri Leonidovich Makarov Interviews, 1992
Cassette 172 Makarov, Alizaev, Belous, Shehiklin Interviews, 1992
Cassette 173 Kubyshev Mine, Samofalov, Kusch, Belous Interviews, 1992
Cassette 174 Kusch Family, 1992
Cassette 175 Kusch and Sotniko Families, 1992
Cassette 176 Kusch Family, Gotilova, Seklaidi Interviews, 1992
Cassette 177 Kusch, Pervykh, Kulikov, Ivanova Interviews, 1992
Cassette 178 Tsys Interview, Tiku Interview and Chemical Factory Kindergarten, Phalactery, Cultural Palace, 1992
Cassette 179 Slava, Samofilov Interviews, 1992
Cassette 180 Samofilov Family and Bulgarov Interviews, 1992
Cassette 181 Bulgarov, Kusch, Zaguliaov, Yatsenka, Varevoda Interviews, 1992
Cassette 182 Yarevoda, Yetsenko, Belous Interviews, 1992
Cassette 183 Belous, Starobustova, Mezhinskaia Interviews, 1992
Cassette 184 Mezhinksaia Interview, Donetsk City Footage, Kusch Interview, Zhovnirenko Interview, 1992
Cassette 185 Mezhinskii, Donetsk City Footage, Sernyak, 1992
Cassette 186 Sernyak Interview, Donetsk City Footage, Samofilov Interview, 1992
Cassette 187 Samofilov Family, 1992
Cassette 188 Krylov Interview, 1992
Cassette 189 Boldyrev Interview, 1992
Cassette 190 Boldyrev Interview, Independent Miners’ Union Council, Oktober Mine’s NPG, 1992
Cassette 191 Oktober Mine’s NPG, Donetsk Regional Museum, Dekurno Interview, 1992
Cassette 192 Museum, Statues, Privalova and Dekurno Interviews, 1992
Cassette 193 Palace of Culture, The Colonials, Samofalov Interview, 1992
Cassette 194 Kusch, Sartania, Zadorozhnaia Interviews, and Donetsk City Shots, 1992
Cassette 195 Zadorozhnaia Interview, Dinner Discussion, The Colonials, Donetsk City Footage, 1992
Cassette 196 AFL-CIO Delegation to City Strike Committee, Shumiatskii Interview, Wilson Interview, Donetsk City Footage, 1992
Cassette 197 The Colonials, Kolomoets Interview, 1992