The collection contains photographic print reproductions of labor in Arkansas, including factories, workers, unions, Painters Local 424, and strikes. This collection was created for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL–CIO) display during the June 1985 convention in Hot Springs.
Arkansas. Bureau of Labor Statistics Programs Section. (source)
Blue collar workers--Arkansas
Curry, Boy, donor
Strikes and lockouts--Arkansas
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Arkansas Labor Archives Project Photograph Collection, UALR.PH.0075. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock, AR.
Reproduced from other UALR photograph collections: Photographs 1-12; Reproduced from Bureau of Labor and Statistics of the State of Arkansas (1927-1928): Photographs 13-16; Donated by Boy Curry: Photographs 21-33