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Morris Golden Papers TAM 426

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Morris Golden Papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1945-1949
Abstract: Morris Golden was a Communist activist in the American Labor Party and United Federal Workers of America. Collection contains papers pertaining to Golden's political work, particularly with the American Labor Party and United Federal Workers of America in the 1940s. Includes minutes, correspondence, and pamphlets.
Quantity: 0.25 Linear Feet in 1 shared box
Mixed Materials [Box]: MS001
Call Phrase: TAM 426

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Historical/Biographical Note

Morris Golden was a Communist activist in the American Labor Party and United Federal Workers of America.

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Scope and Contents

Papers pertaining to Golden's political work, particularly with the American Labor Party and United Federal Workers of America in the 1940s. Includes minutes, correspondence, and pamphlets.

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Golden, Morris
  • Golden, Frances

Document Type

  • Minutes (administrative records)
  • Correspondence.

Subject Organizations

  • United Federal Workers of America
  • American Labor Party

Subject Topics

  • Labor unions and communism -- United States.
  • Jewish communists -- United States.
  • Third parties (United States politics)
  • Communists -- United States.

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Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

Materials are open without restrictions.

Use Restrictions

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive has no information about copyright ownership for this collection and is not authorized to grant permission to publish or reproduce materials from it. Materials in this collection, which were created in 1945-1949, are expected to enter the public domain in 2069.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Provenance unknown; most likely donated by Frances Golden in circa 2008. The accession number associated with this collection is 2008.056.

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