Melba Windoffer papers, 1933-1990  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Windoffer, Melba, 1910-1993
Title
Melba Windoffer papers
Dates
1933-1990 (inclusive)
1960-1985 (bulk)
Quantity
7.42 cubic feet (8 boxes)
Collection Number
1798 (Accession No. 1798-003)
Summary
Papers of a longtime activist in Pacific Northwest socialist, feminist, and labor organizations
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
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Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Melba Windoffer, born September 24,1910, was a Seattle activist who was involved in several local radical groups. She is best known for her work with Radical Women, a socialist feminist organization that she helped establish in 1967 along with Clara Fraser, Susan Stern and Gloria Martin. Windoffer was also an active member and sometimes secretary of the Freedom Socialist Party (FSP) and the Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party (CRSP). Throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s she also found time to support other radical Seattle organizations such as Seize the Time for Oppressed People (S.T.O.P.), Seattle Committee Against Registration and the Draft (CARD), Divorce Reform Committee, Coalition for Protective Legislation and the Action Childcare Coalition.

In her later years Windoffer became very active in defending the rights of senior citizens. She was a member of the Gray Panthers of Seattle and the Puget Sound Area Council of the National Council of Senior Citizens, and she continuously wrote letters to politicians and opinion pieces to newspapers to voice her displeasure in what she saw as poor treatment of senior citizens in the United States

A resident of West Seattle, and Windoffer also was active in the Duwamish Peninsula Community Commission and its decades long struggle with the City of Seattle to clean up Longfellow Creek.

Windoffer died in Seattle in 1993.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Melba Windoffer papers consist of organizational records, position papers and writings, letters, distributed information and other documentation pertaining to various Seattle feminist and/or socialist organizations with which she was affiliated, either as an active member or as a supporter. The collection also reflects her avid interest in radical causes and contains printed materials she collected on a wide variety of topics. The papers span the years 1933-1990, with the bulk concentrated in the years she was most active in socialist organizations and Windoffer's retirement years, 1960-1985.

The Organizations series documents the activities of various Seattle radical organizations between 1954 and the late-1980s. The majority of the series documents the three organizations in which Windoffer actively participated - the Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party (CRSP), the Freedom Socialist Party (FSP) and Radical Women. These files include organizational records, financial reports, internal memorandum, distributed information, correspondence, position papers, press releases, clippings, and internal publications.

The remaining items in the series document the activities of a variety of other local organizations during the same time period, and which were committed to issues such as women's rights, cleaning up the Duwamish River, socialism, ending the war in Vietnam, ending discrimination, and advocacy for labor and union rights. These records contain position papers, hand bills for events, press releases and other distributed information available to the general public. Winoffer collected limited internal organizational materials of the Coalition for Protective Legislation, Duwamish Peninsula Community Commission (DPCC), Socialist Workers Party (SWP), Staff Rights Organizing Committee (University of Washington)/United Workers Union-Independent.

The bulk of the Subject files series pertains to labor and and advocacy for the needs and rights of senior citizens. Melba Windoffer's husband was an active member of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, Local 19 and Winoffer shared her husband's interest in labor issues. In her later years, Windoffer's main interest was championing the rights of senior citizens. She was active in local senior citizen groups and lobbied state and federal governments on topics pertaining to the elderly. These files contain newspaper clippings, magazine articles pertaining to these issues, as well as writings by Winoffer, in the form of letters to the editor, general correspondence, and position papers. Additionally Winoffer visited Ireland on several occasions and kept memorabilia from the trips, correspondence with people she met, and her writing about her trips and the conflict in Northern Ireland. The remaining subject files contain mostly publically distributed information and magazine and newspaper clippings on a variety of topics such as minority groups and foreign countries.

The Personal papers series contains a limited amount of personal papers such as correspondence, photocopies of jokes and cartoons Winoffer presumably found humorous, drafts and final version of letters to the editor, evidence of disputes in the neighborhood, and a few writings left by her husband Lawrence E. Winoffer. Among the personal correspondence are letters from Myra Tanner Weiss.

The Radical Literature series consists of a wide variety of radical literature collected by Winoffer from 1933 to 1990. The majority of the newspaper and magazine collection was published in the United States, with items ranging from U.S. student radical newspapers to national socialist and labor organization publications. There are also a limited number of international journals published in Ireland, China, Romania, England and the former Soviet Union. The pamphlets contain radical writings that cover many subjects from the 1930s through the 1980s. Topics include socialism, communism, civil rights, labor issues, "Mideast crisis", Cuban revolution, feminism, poverty, Marxism, Trotskyism.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Literary rights have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Preferred Citation

Melba Winoffer papers. Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries, Seattle, Washington.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Organizations, 1954-1988Return to Top

The three most prominent organizations are listed first, with the rest of the organizations listed alphabetically thereafter.
Container(s) Description Dates
Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party
The Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party (CRSP) was born out of the Los Angeles Conference on Revolutionary Regroupment in July of 1977. A group of revolutionary socialists from various socialist groups and sections of the United States assembled in L.A. to announce the formation of a new political tendency dedicated to the reconstitution of American Trotskyism. They considered themselves a part of the Fourth International, which is dedicated to the application of Marxist principles to contemporary social reality. Many of the members of CRSP were early Socialist Workers Party members that left the SWP over various issues.
The CRSP records include organizational papers such as their statement of purpose, phone lists, meeting minutes and financial reports. The records also include distributed information that promoted CRSP's message and events. There are both internal and external correspondence including letters to and from some of CRSP's more prominent members Edith and Milt Zaslow, Murry Weiss, Myra Tanner Weiss and Clara Fraser.
1977-1984, undated
Box/Folder
1/1
Operational records
1977-1981
1/2
Internal correspondence
1977-1981
1/3
General correspondence
1977-1984, undated
1/4
Event handbills and songbook
1978-1981, undated
1/5
Writings
1977-1980, undated
1/6
First National CRSP Conference
1978
1/7
CRSP Steering Committee Meeting
1980
1/8
Clippings and press releases
1979-1981
1/9
Los Angeles Conference on Revolutionary Regroupment July, 1977
1977-1979
1/10-11
CRSP Discussion Bulletin
1978-1980
1/12
CRSP Pre-Conference Discussion Bulletin
1978
1/13
CRSP International Discussion Bulletin
1980-1982
Freedom Socialist Party
The Freedom Socialist Party (FSP) was established in 1966 by a group of former members of the Seattle branch of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). The group broke from the SWP in May of 1966 over issues such as feminism, Socialist Regroupment, and the Chinese Revolution, as well as the belief that the SWP had become too conservative and bureaucratic.The FSP is a socialist feminist organization that believes that capitalist rule needs to be replaced by a workers' democracy that will guarantee full economic, social, political, and legal equality to women, people of color, gays, and all who are exploited and oppressed.The early years of the FSP were fraught with internal disagreements, most significantly about women's rights. The divorce of Richard and Clara Fraser, two of the prominent FSP leaders, disrupted the party and ultimately resulted in two factions within the FSP. The majority faction sided with Clara, and in November 1967 expelled Richard from the FSP. The minority faction, upset with his expulsion, left with Richard. After a struggle over which faction was to retain the name Freedom Socialist Party, the majority faction, with Clara Fraser as their leader, prevailed.
The Freedom Socialist Party papers include organizational materials, membership lists, internal and external correspondence , financial records, distributed information, position papers & writings, curriculum, and conference materials. Also included are internal documents such as memos and correspondence that provide information about various internal struggles within the group, as well as concerning the initial split with the Socialist Workers Party. Windoffer was close to Clara Fraser and retained copies of the documentation she provided in support of Fraser during her difficult divorce and child custody battle with Richard Fraser.
In 1973 the Freedom Socialist Party formally affiliated with Radical Women and some distributed information was published jointly. In these instances, the materials were processed with the Freedom Socialist Party files.
1954-1984, undated
Box/Folder
1/14
Operational records
1971-1980, undated
1/15
Financial records
1971-1980, undated
1/16
Internal correspondence
1977-1983
1/17
General correspondence
1970-1980, undated
1/18
Mailings
1968-1975, 1982, undated
1/19
Event handbills
1968-1981, undated
1/20
Position papers & writings
1964-1976, undated
1/21
1976 Election Endorsements
1976
1/22
Freedom Socialist Party Conference 1966
1966
1/23-24
Freedom Socialist Party Conference1969
1969
1/25
Freedom Socialist Party Tenth Anniversary Conference
1976
1/26
Freedom Socialist Party Trade Union Conference 1977
1977
1/27
Split with Socialist Workers Party
1965-1966, undated
1/28
Faction split 1967
1967-1978, undated
1/29
Spartacist League split
1964-1966, 1977
Curriculum
1975-1977, undated
Box/Folder
1/30
"A History of the Fourth International"
1977, undated
1/31
"History of the Russian Revolution"
1976
2/1-2
"In Defense of Trotskyism"
1975-1976
Box/Folder
2/3
Freedom Socialist organizational records
1977-1978, undated
2/4-5
Organizer's Letter / Organizer's Newsletter
1971-1981
2/6-7
Freebie Mailing
1981-1982
2/8
Internal Discussion Bulletin
1976
Radical Women
Radical Women (RW) was established in 1967 in Seattle by Clara Fraser, Gloria Martin, Melba Windoffer and Susan Stern as a socialist feminist organization. Radical Women is an all women organization dedicated to "exposing, resisting and eliminating the inequities of women's existence by providing women the leadership skills, social history, and working-class consciousness that they were denied in the male-dominated antiwar, antipoverty and civil-rights movements." RW was very active in anti-Vietnam War protests, labor issues, gay rights, women rights in the workplace, divorce reform, and other issues than affect oppressed peoples. Over time, additional branches of Radical Women were established in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and New York, as well as other cities. Today Radical Women is an international organization with branches in El Salvador and Australia. In 1973, Radical Women became officially affiliated with the Freedom Socialist Party.Melba Windoffer eventually left the group because she felt they discriminated against older women.
Collection contains organizational records including financial records, membership lists (and birthdays) and meeting minutes, correspondence, mailings, press releases, handbills announcing events, writings and position papers, and newspaper clippings that reference the organization from the late 1960s through 1980.The majority of the collection consists of materials from the Seattle branch of Radical Women. There is a limited amount of correspondence and distributed information from branches in Alaska, Los Angeles, New York, Portland and San Francisco. There are also agendas, speeches and writings from conferences held during the 1970s.
1968-1982
Seattle branch
1968-1981
Organizational records
1968-1979, undated
Box/Folder
2/9
Program and organizational structure
1968, undated
2/10-11
Organizer's Handbook
1979
2/12
Conference Planning Handbook & Guide to Fundraising Events
1971, undated
2/13
Mailing & membership lists
1972-1977, undated
2/14
Financial reports & meeting minutes
1975-1982
Box/Folder
2/15
Internal correspondence
1968-1981
2/16
External correspondence
1969-1979, undated
2/17
Mailings
1969-1977, undated
2/18
Press releases
1969-1973
2/19
Handbills for events
1968-1981, undated
2/20
Writings & position papers
1968-1980
2/21
Bibliographies
1970-1978, undated
2/22
Newspaper clippings
1969-1980
Subject files
1968-1977
Box/Folder
2/23
Abortion reform
1968-1970
2/24
Bondurant, Susan
1974-1977
2/25
Socialist Feminist Conference
1975
Other branches
1979-1981
Box/Folder
3/1
Alaska
1980-1981
3/2
Los Angeles
1980-1981
3/3
New York
1979-1981
3/4
Portland
1978-1981
3/5
San Francisco
1980-1981, undated
Conferences and national meetings
1970-1979
Box/Folder
3/6
Radical Women Conference 1970
1970
3/7
Radical Women Conference 1972
1972
3/8
Radical Women Conference 1974
1974
3/9
Radical Women Conference 1976
1976
3/10
Radical Women Conference 1978
1978
3/11
Radical Women National Executive Committee (NEC) Meeting 1978
1978
3/12
Radical Women National Executive Committee (NEC) Meeting 1979
1979
Box/Folder
3/13
Action Childcare Coalition
1972-1977, undated
Coalition for Protective Legislation
1975-1978, undated
Box/Folder
3/14
Distributed information
1976-1978, undated
3/15
Correspondence
1975-1978
3/16
State of Washington legislation
1975-1976
3/17
Position papers & writings
1975-1976, undated
3/18
Clippings
1975-1977
Box/Folder
3/19
Divorce Reform Committee
1972-1973
Duwamish Peninsula Community Commission (DPCC)
1976-1988, undated
Box/Folder
3/20
Operational records
1978-1988
3/21
Reports
1979-1980, undated
3/22
Writings, correspondence & letters to the editor
1976-1981, undated
Box/Folder
3/23
Feminist Coordinating Council
1972-1977
3/24
Independent Socialist Union
undated
3/25
New American Movement (NAM) / Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)
1978-1982, undated
3/26
Reorganization of the 4th International
1973,1984, undated
3/27
Seattle Committee Against Registration and the Draft (CARD)
1980-1981
3/28
Seattle Committee to End the War in Vietnam (SCEWV)
undated
3/29
Seattle Women's Commission
1979
3/30
Seize the Time for Oppressed People (S.T.O.P)
1972-1976, undated
Socialist Workers Party (SWP)
1954-1984
Box/Folder
3/31
Event handbills and press releases
1960-1966, undated
3/32
Robertson / Wolforth split
1963, undated
3/33
Suspension of Socialist Workers Party National Committee members
1983
3/34
Writings
1954-1984
Staff Rights Organizing Committee (University of Washington)/United Workers Union-Independent
1970-1976
Box/Folder
3/35
Organizational records
1973-1974
3/36
Distributed information
1970-1976
3/37
The Staff Rights Organizer and Strike Bulletin
1973-1975
Box/Folder
3/38
Surrealist Group
1971-1972
3/39
Veterans of the Lincoln Brigade (VALB)
1983-1984
3/40
Young Socialist Alliance
1959-1965, undated

Subject files, 1949-1988Return to Top

Alphabetically by subject.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/41
African American issues
1968-1971, undated
3/42
All People's Congress
1981
3/43
China/Chinese Revolution
1975-1980
3/44
Counselor abuse/House Bill 188
1981-1983
4/1
El Salvador
1981-1982, undated
4/2
Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)
1970-1977, undated
4/3
Freedom of Information Act
1980-1987
4/4
Gay Rights
1974-1980
4/5
Indian Fishing War
1978
Ireland
1978-1982, undated
Box/Folder
4/6
Correspondence
1979-1980
4/7
Souvenirs
1979, undated
4/8
Writings
1979, undated
4/9
Writings of others
1978-1982, undated
Box/Folder
4/10
Israeli/Arab conflicts
1970-1982
4/11
Kutcher, James
undated
Labor issues
1950-1988, undated
Box/Folder
4/12
Alaska May Day 1980
1980
4/13
Beck, Dave
1950-1957, 1979, undated
4/14
Bridges, Harry
1949
4/15
Household Workers Rights
1982-1985, undated
4/16
Images of Labor exhibition
1981
4/17
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union Auxiliary (ILWU) No. 3
1975, 1983-1985
4/18
Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) history
1956, 1971-1979
4/19
International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), Local 19 strike
1971-1978
4/20
Letters to the editor
1956
4/21
Maloney, Shaun (Jack)
1973-1978
4/22
Pacific Northwest Labor History Association
1978-1984,undated
4/23
Pacific Northwest Labor History Association 1983 Conference
1983
4/24
Revolutionary Workers League (RWL) " Workers Power Discussion Bulletin"
1983
4/25
Seattle City Light controversies
1974-1976
4/26
Seattle May Day events
1974-1978
4/27
Seattle women fire fighter recruits
1976-1977
4/28
Seattle Working Women
undated
4/29
Skoglund, Carl
1960
4/30
Union and minority rights
1957, 1969-1972
4/31
Union W.A.G.E. (Union Women's Alliance to Gain Equality)
1982
4/32
With Babies and Banners Women's Emergency Brigade 1937 General Motors sit-down strike
1975-1979
4/33
Writings
undated
4/34
Writings of others
1969-1988
Box/Folder
4/35
Moral Majority
1980-1981, undated
4/36
"The National Question"
1977-1978, undated
4/37
Nicaragua
1978-1982
4/38
Poland/Polish solidarity
1982, undated
4/39
Portugal/Portuguese Revolution
1974-1977
5/1
Seattle Police Investigations Ordinance
1979-1981
Senior citizen issues
1972-1984, undated
Box/Folder
5/2
Correspondence
1972-1974, 1982-1983
5/3
Grey Panthers of Seattle
1975-1983
5/4
Older Americans Act
1981-1984
5/5
Puget Sound Area Council, National Council of Senior Citizens
1984
5/6
Seattle/King County Nutrition Projects
1984
5/7
Writings
1974, undated
5/8
Writings of others
undated
Box/Folder
5/9
Sobell, Morton
1958-1967
5/10
Sonia Johnson Citizen for President
1983-1984
5/11
Taiwan
1978-1979
5/12
Upton Sinclair's End Poverty in California (EPIC)
1978-1984
5/13
Welfare cuts
1979-1981, undated
5/14
Women's issues
1954-1977, undated

Personal papers, 1953-1986Return to Top

According to the type of record.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/15
A Day of Remembrance Japanese Memorial Trip
1978
Correspondence
There are other letters from Myra Tanner Weiss located in the Organizations series correspondence files, however, these letters are more personal in nature and sent directly to Windoffer.
1960-1984, undated
Box/Folder
5/16
Weiss, Myra
1978-1983, undated
5/17
Freedom Socialist Party
1977-1981
5/18
General
1960-1984, undated
Box/Folder
5/19
Helen Baker writings
1953, undated
5/20
Humor
1984, undated
5/21
Letters to the editor
1960, 1977-1983, undated
5/22
Neighborhood issues
1983-1986
5/23
Windoffer, Lawrence E.
1968-1980, undated
5/24
Writings
1976, undated

Melba Windoffer radical literature collection, 1933-1990Return to Top

2 subseries:
  • Newspaper and magazine collection
  • Pamphlets
The Newspapers and magazine subseries is arranged alphabetically by title. The Pamphlets subseries is arranged alphabetically by publisher.

The radical literature series is a collection of newspapers, magazines and pamphlets published by socialist, communist, feminist, labor organizers, and other progressive movements. Most of the newspaper and magazine files only contain 1 to 3 issues of each title. The majority of the pamphlets were published by publishers interested in socialist causes such as New Park Publications, Pioneer Publishers and New Park Publications.

Container(s) Description Dates
Newspaper and magazine collection
1952-1990
Box/Folder
5/25
1199 News (New York, NY: National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees)
1981, March
5/26
The Advocate (An Independent Student Publication)
1966 December
5/27
The American Socialist (New York, NY: American Socialist Publications)
1959 June
5/28
American-Soviet Facts (New York, NY: National Council of American-Soviet Friendship)
1964-1967
5/29
Bamboo: The Filipino People in American Life (Seattle, WA: Bamboo Unlimited)
1953 December
5/30
Belfast Bulletin (Belfast, Ireland: Belfast Workers Research Unit)
1979
5/31-34
Bulletin In Defense of Marxism (New York, NY: Fourth International Tendency)
1983-1987
5/35-37
Bulletin of International Socialism (American Committee for the Fourth International)
1965-1967
6/1
China Pictorial (Peking, China: China Pictorial)
1959
6/2
Connexions: An International Women's Quarterly (Oakland, CA: People's Translation Service)
1986-1987
6/3
The Crucible (Cass Lake, MN: America's Cavalier Poet)
1966
6/4
The Crusader (Monroe, NC: Robert F. Williams)
1960-1962
6/5
Cuban Press Survey (New York: NY: Fair Play for Cuba Committee)
1962 December
6/6
Democratic Left (New York: NY: Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee)
1981
6/7
The Dispatcher (San Francisco, CA: International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union)
1964 August
6/8
For a Lasting Peace, for a People's Democracy (Bucharest, Romania: Communist Information Bureau)
1956
6/9
Forge (Seattle, WA)
1968 March
6/10
The Freedom Socialist (Seattle, WA: Freedom Socialist Party)
1966-1978, 1990
6/11
I. F. Stones's Weekly (Washington, D.C.: I.F. Stone)
1962 September
6/12
Imprecor: International Press Correspondence (New York: NY: Intercontinental Press)
1977-1981
6/13
International Socialist Review (New York: NY: Fourth International Publishing Association
1956,1965, 1974
6/14
Labor History Calendar (Seattle, WA: Pacific Northwest Labor History Association
1985-1989
6/15
Manchester Guardian Weekly (Manchester, England: Laurence Prestwich Scott for The Manchester Guardian)
1964 March
6/16
March of Labor (Chicago, IL: March of Labor, Inc.)
1953
6/17
The Michigan Militant (Detroit, MI: Socialist Workers Party)
1961
6/18
The Militant (New York, NY: Socialist Workers Party)
1966
6/19
The Minority of One (Passaic, NJ: The Minority of One, Inc.)
1961-1962
6/20
The Movement (San Francisco, CA: The Movement Press)
1967-1968
6/21
National Guardian: The Progressive Newsweekly (New York, NY: Weekly Guardian Associates)
1964-1966
6/22
New Foundations: A Student Quarterly (New York, NY: New Foundations Cooperative Press)
1949
6/23
News: A Review of World Events (Moscow, U.S.S.R.: Newspaper "Trud")
1953 August
6/24
The Newsletter of the United Independent-Socialist Committee (New York: United Independent-Socialist Committee)
1959 May
6/25-32
The Newsletter: Weekly Organ of the Central Committee of the Socialist Labour League (London, England: Socialist Labour League Central Committee)
1964-1966
7/1
One Member's Opinion (San Pedro, CA: John Pandora, Local 13 ILWU)
1959, 1976
7/2
Peking Review (Peking, China: Peking Review)
1959, 1976
7/3
Radical Women Newsletter (Seattle, WA: Radical Women)
1976-1977
7/4
The Realist (New York, NY: Realist Association)
1961-1962
7/5
Ripsaw (Seattle, WA: Independent Socialist Union-Seattle)
1966 August
7/6
Scarlet Women 8: Newsletter of the Socialist Feminist Current (Tyne & Wear, England: Scarlet Women Collective)
1978 August
7/7
Socialist Feminist Reporter (San Francisco, CA: Radical Women)
1981
7/8
Soviet Weekly (London, England: Co-operative Printing Society)
1952 July
7/9
Spartacist (New York, NY: Spartacist)
1964-1966
7/10
The Student Voice (Atlanta, GA: Student Voice, Inc.)
1964-1965
7/11
Thunder and Lightning (Olympia, WA: National White American Party)
undated
7/12
United Workers Organizer (Seattle, WA: United Workers Union, Independent)
1974-1975
7/13
USSR Information Bulletin (Washington, D.C.: Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
1952 April
7/14
Veterans Stars & Stripes for Peace (Chicago: IL: Veterans for Peace in Vietnam)
1967 September
7/15
The Wayne Socialist (Detroit, MI: Young Socialist Club of Wayne County)
1956
7/16
Workers Vanguard (Toronto, Canada: League for Socialist Action)
1966-1967
7/17
Workers World (New York, NY: Vincent Copeland, ed)
1965-1967
7/18
World Outlook: Perspective Mondaile (New York: NY: World Outlook)
1966 September
7/19
The Young Socialist (New York: NY: Young Socialist)
1963 April
7/20
Young Socialist Forum (Toronto, Canada: Young Socialist Forum Pub. Association)
1963-1967
Pamphlet collection
1933-1986
Box/Folder
7/21
Civil Rights Defense Committee
1944, undated
7/22
End Poverty League/Upton Sinclair
1933-1934, undated
7/23
Hashim Press
1948-1950
7/24
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union
1955, 1963, 1986
7/25
New Century Publishers, Inc
1945-1950
7/26
New Park Publications
1952-1957
7/27
New York Labor News Company
1931-1946
7/28
Patherfinder Press
1971-1974
7/29-31
Pioneer Publishers
1937-1962
8/1-2
Radical Women
1968-1977
8/3
Star Press
1930, 1953-1959
8/4
Socialist Workers Party
1939, 1956
8/5-6
Miscellaneous publishers
1941-1980, undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Personal Names :
  • Windoffer, Melba--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • Radical Women (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Labor Archives of Washington (University of Washington) (creator)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)