Clara Fraser papers, 1905-1998  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Fraser, Clara, 1923-1998
Title
Clara Fraser papers
Dates
1905-1998 (inclusive)
Quantity
23.3 cubic feet (27 boxes plus 1 sound cassette)
Collection Number
3187
Summary
Materials relating to a Seattle labor activist, including records of her suit against Seattle City Light and an oral history
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
Access Restrictions

No restrictions on access for paper-based materials. No user access copy is currently available for sound and video cassettes. Users may obtain a reproduction of the media for a fee by contacting Special Collections.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Full processing of 003 funded by the Friends of the Labor Archives Fund and the Labor Archives of Washington State Fund.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Clara Fraser was born Clara Doris Goodman in Los Angeles on March 12, 1923 to Russian-Jewish immigrant parents, Samuel and Emma Goodman. Her father was an anarchist and her mother worked in the garment industry. She grew up in a multi-racial neighborhood, the East Side ghetto of Los Angeles, which Fraser described as a very poor, but highly political environment. While in junior high school in the 1930s, Clara joined the Young People’s Socialist League, prompted by the despair of the Great Depression. In 1939 to 1945, Fraser attended UCLA and graduated with degrees in literature, education, and drama. She then joined the Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party in 1945. After marrying at the age of 18, she and her first husband, Frank Krasnowsky, moved to Chicago. They then moved to Seattle to organize a Socialist Workers Party during the post-war era. Working as an assembly line electrician at Boeing, Fraser participated in the Boeing Strike of 1948. During the 1950s and 1960s, Fraser was very active in labor socialist politics. She worked vigorously to end racial segregation and the Vietnam War. She also supported women’s rights. In 1966 when the Seattle branch of the Socialist Workers Party left the organization, Fraser helped form the Freedom Socialist Party. Fraser and other feminists began a Free University of Seattle class titled "Marx and the Women's Question" which was the beginning of the Women's Studies Program at the University of Washington. Soon after, she joined the original Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center (SOIC) and CEP, the job training arms of the anti-poverty program. She became a consultant on feminism and race relations for many public agencies. In 1967, Fraser, along with Gloria Martin and the young women of the New Left, founded Radical Women. Radical Women worked with and supported African American anti-poverty programs, Native American fishing rights, and Asian American protests for low-income housing.

After being fired from SOIC, Seattle City Light hired Fraser in 1973 as an education coordinator of the Electrical Trades Trainee Program for women. On July 11, 1975, Seattle City Light fired her, claiming that her dismissal was due to budgetary cuts. The Seattle Department of Human Rights, directed under Vivian L. Caver, a black woman civil rights and political activist, found that Fraser was discriminated because of her public affiliation with the Feminist Coordinating Council, Radical Women, and the Freedom Socialist Party. When the workers of Seattle City Light rose up against Superintendent Gordon Vickery, director of the agency, in 1974, Fraser was the leading critic and spokesperson for the massive employee walkout. She then became involved with a recall campaign against Mayor Wes Uhlman.

A legendary case not only in Seattle but across the nation, Fraser garnered broad support from local and national labor, feminist, gay, and labor unions, women’s groups, the LGBT community, and minority groups including the Black Panther Party chapters in Los Angeles and Seattle, the Native American Rights Advocate, and the Asian Law Association. In 1981, the court ruled in favor of Fraser, upholding protection for employees against sex and political discrimination. Seattle City Light was ordered to award her $135,265.00 in back pay, damages, and interests, reinstatement of her retirement account, social security contributions, and restoration of sick leave, dental and vacation benefits.

Fraser died on February 24, 1998 in Seattle, Washington.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Materials include correspondence, newsletters, press releases, and newspaper articles relating to the activities surrounding the lawsuit Clara Fraser vs. City Light and an oral history interview with Fraser by Charlotte McAllister (1970). Also included are pamphlets and booklets regarding radicalism, industrial unionism, anarchism, anarcho-syndicalism, Marxism, socialism, feminism, anti-war efforts, and anti-capitalism collected by Fraser (1905-1949). Personal papers include educational records; family memorabilia; calendars and diaries; and correspondence, as well as materials about cultural events that illustrate Fraser's wide range of interests.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

Listen to the audio recording of this interview on the Libraries Digital Collections site.

Restrictions on Use

Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 3187-002: Clara Fraser papers, 1905-1983Return to Top

0.77 cubic feet (3 boxes plus 1 sound cassette)

Scope and Content: Materials include correspondence, newsletters, press releases, and newspaper articles relating to the activities surrounding the lawsuit Clara Fraser vs. City Light and an oral history interview with Fraser by Charlotte McAllister (1970). Also included are pamphlets and booklets regarding radicalism, industrial unionism, anarchism, anarcho-syndicalism, Marxism, socialism, feminism, anti-war efforts, and anti-capitalism collected by Fraser (1905-1949).

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Info: Radical pamphlets: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, 1964; Clara Fraser Defense Committee materials received from the Committee: 6/81 and 4/86; Tape-recorded interview gift of Clara Fraser, 1995

Processing Info: This accession is the result of the merger of accessions 3187-001, 1381-001, and 0500-001 in 2017.

Arrangement: Arranged in 3 series.
  • Series 1, Clara Fraser vs City Light
  • Series 2, Collection of radicalist pamphlets
  • Series 3, Interview with Clara Fraser
Container(s) Description Dates
Series 1: Clara Fraser vs City Light
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3187-002
Progressive Mothers' League
Scope and Content: Four short articles concerning the political and economic position of women
1954
1/2 3187-002
Clippings
Scope and Content: Articles about gender discrimination, Clara Fraser, and the City Light case
1972-1981
1/3 3187-002
News Releases
Scope and Content: United Feminist Front, Clara Fraser Defense Committee
1980-1982
1/4 3187-002
"Clara Fraser vs. Seattle City Light" Newsletters
1980-1981
1/5 3187-002
TV Editorial by Don McGaffin
Scope and Content: Regarding Clara Fraser vs. Seattle City Light
1980-1981
1/6 3187-002
Statements of Support
Scope and Content: Gay Community Center, Dr. Katherine Grant-Bourne, National Lawyers Guild, Seattle Tenant's Union
1980-1981
1/7 3187-002
Correspondence
Scope and Content: Melba Windoffer, Clara Fraser Defense Committee
1980-1983
1/8 3187-002
Memos, phone lists, & proposed resolutions
1980-1982
1/9 3187-002
Event Handbills
1980-1982
1/10 3187-002
Clippings
Scope and Content: Clara Fraser and discrimination
1980
1/11 3187-002
Clippings
Scope and Content:The Freedom Socialist, Beacon Hill News, Seattle Gay News, The New Portland Observer, The Asian Family Affair
1980-1983
1/12 3187-002
Ephemera - Labor Issues
1945-1958
1/13 3187-002
Ephemera
Scope and Content: Washington State black employment, United Liberals & Socialist Party, Freedom Socialist Party, Young Socialist Alliance, Communist Party of Washington
1956-1964
Series 2: Collection of radicalist pamphlets
Subseries 1: Socialism
Box/Folder Accession
2/1 3187-002
"Wage-Labor and Capital" by Karl Marx
1899
2/2 3187-002
"Morals and Socialism" by Charles H. Kerr
1899
2/3 3187-002
"Socialists in French Municipalities" by Charles H. Kerr
undated
2/4 3187-002
"Socialism's New Beginnings" by Miles
1934
2/5 3187-002
"English Methods of Birth Control" by Margaret Sanger
1915
2/6 3187-002
"Socialism vs. Single Tax"
1906
2/7 3187-002
"The Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand" by C.W. Woolridge, MD
undated
2/8 3187-002
"The Truth About Father Coughlin" by A.B. Magil
1935
2/9 3187-002
"Draft for a Program for the Socialist Party of the United States
1935
2/10 3187-002
"Problems of Revolutionary Socialism" by Haim Kantorovitch
1936
2/11 3187-002
"Letter of an Old Bolshevik"
1937
2/12 3187-002
"Comrades and Friends" by Margaret Sanger
1915
2/13 3187-002
"The Twelves and You" by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
1948
2/14 3187-002
"Inside Job!" by Herb Tank
1947
2/15 3187-002
"How to Win the Masses" by John Henry Baldwin
1944
2/16 3187-002
"Lenin on Relations Between Socialist States" by Milovan Djilas
1949
2/17 3187-002
"On People's Democracy in Yugoslavia" by Edward Kardelj
1949
Subseries 2: Industrial Unionism
Box/Folder Accession
2/18 3187-002
"By-Laws of the Construction Workers Industrial Union no. 573"
1919
2/19 3187-002
"The Burning Question of Trades Unionism" by Daniel DeLeon
undated
2/20 3187-002
"Industrial Relations Commission" by Fred D. Warren
1915
2/21 3187-002
"Bats in the Belfry" by William Gropper
undated
2/22 3187-002
"Communist Election Platform"
1932
2/23 3187-002
"How One Big Union Works: An Australian Example" by A.D. Dodds
undated
2/24 3187-002
"The Dictatorship of the Profiteering Class" by Henry M. Tischenor
undated
2/25 3187-002
"Has Religion Been a Promoter of Retarder of Civilization?" by Rosa Markus
1915
2/26 3187-002
"Industrial Conspiracies" by Clarence S. Darrow
1912
2/27 3187-002
"Set the 12 Men Free" by Henry E. Boote
undated
2/28 3187-002
"Socialist Industrial Unionism: The Worker's Power" by Eric Hass
1943-1946
2/29 3187-002
"The Crimes of the 'Times'" by Upton Sinclair
undated
2/30 3187-002
"Labor Fights for Social Security"
1935
3/1 3187-002
"The Social General Strike" by Arnold Roller
1905
3/2 3187-002
"The Slander of the Toilers" by George R. Kirkpatrick
1919
3/3 3187-002
"The Advancing Proletariat" by Abner E. Woodruff
1919
3/4 3187-002
"The Dictatorship of the Proletariat" by L. Kameneff
undated
3/5 3187-002
"Communist Election Platform"
1938
3/6 3187-002
"Union-Smashing in Sacramento" by Herbert Solow
1935
3/7 3187-002
"Industrial Unionism and Revolution" by Philip Kurinsky
undated
3/8 3187-002
"Should the Workers Increase Output?" by W.F. Watson
1920
3/9 3187-002
"The Social and Economic Lies of Our Civilization" by T. Swann Harding
undated
3/10 3187-002
"ABC of Parliamentary Law" by August Claessens and Rebecca E. Jarvis
1936
Subseries 3: Washington Labor
Box/Folder Accession
3/11 3187-002
"Vote NO on the Smash-the-Union Movement in Washington"
1938
3/12 3187-002
"A Fair Trial?: A record of the prejudice and passion that dominated the legal profession and the press in the famous Centralia labor case" by Frank Walkin
1920
3/13 3187-002
"The Siamese Twins - Profits and Poverty"
undated
Subseries 4: Industrial Workers of the World
Box/Folder Accession
3/14 3187-002
"Industrial Unionism and the IWW" by Vincent St. John
undated
3/15 3187-002
"Evolution of American Agriculture" by Abner E. Woodruff
1919
3/16 3187-002
"The Advancing Proletariat" by Abner E. Woodruff
1919
3/17 3187-002
"Proletarian and Petit-Bourgeois" by Austin Lewis
approximately 1912-1914
3/18 3187-002
"The IWW: Its History, Structure, and Methods" by Vincent St. John
1919
Subseries 5: Anti-War
Box/Folder Accession
3/19 3187-002
"Stopping a War" by Scott Nearing
1926
3/20 3187-002
"Political Report of the Central Committee of the CPY [Communist Party of Yugoslavia]" by Josip Broz Tito
1948
3/21 3187-002
"Youth Fights War!" by Gus Tyler
undated
3/22 3187-002
"Are You Ready for War?" by Hal Draper
undated
3/23 3187-002
"Against Both War Camps" by Victor Howard
1948
Subseries 6: Socialist Literature
Box/Folder Accession
3/24 3187-002
"Now and Then: A Play in Two Acts" by Frederick Krafft
1901
3/25 3187-002
The Plutocrat" by George L. Ayere
undated
3/26 3187-002
"The Scarlet Review: Collection of Revolutionary Material Worth Reprinting," an IWW publication, The Equity Printing Company, Seattle, Washington
approximately 1918-1919
3/27 3187-002
"Castaways of Plenty" by Willard E. Hawkins
1945
Series 3: Interview with Clara Fraser
cassette Accession
Drawer 1, Tape 27 3187-002
Tape-recorded interview with Clara Fraser by Charlotte McAllister
Scope and Content: Fraser states that Marx and Engels first described the black struggle in terms of the Civil War as a struggle of two classes and types of social organization. They looked on the war as a second "American Revolution." The IWW and Socialist Party first notices the black struggle shortly after 1900 when Booker T. Washington was their leader. She continues to discuss the different views towards blacks by the Socialists and Communists.
Digital Content/Other Formats:Listen to the audio recording of this interview on the Libraries Digital Collections site.
January 1970

Accession No. 3187-003: Clara Fraser papers, 1923-1998Return to Top

20.61 cubic feet (22 boxes)

Scope and Content: Personal papers include educational records; family memorabilia; calendars and diaries; and correspondence, as well as materials about cultural events that illustrate Fraser's wide range of interests.

Fraser's writings include articles she wrote for the Freedom Socialist newspaper, including a regular column. Records of speeches and educational talks include speaking notes, texts of speeches, and audiotapes and videotapes of selected speeches. Job records (1954-1973) include employment records and details of consulting work Fraser did before starting work at Seattle City Light. Publicity records include press coverage Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women activities, of Fraser's political activities and activities at Seattle City Light, as well as interview transcripts and audiotapes.

Clara Fraser's job as education coordinator at Seattle City Light was eliminated in 1975, and she filed a complaint with the Seattle Human Rights Department claiming discrimination based on sex and political ideology. She eventually won reinstatement with back pay in 1982. Records related to the case include: pleadings, filings and decisions related to the case before the City's Hearing Examiner; hearing transcripts; audiotapes of hearing proceedings; and exhibits. (Note: volumes 13-15 and volume 25 of the 43 volumes of hearing transcripts, representing 4 days proceedings, are missing from the record.) Additionally, the records includes pleadings, filings and decisions of King County Superior Court, which heard an appeal of the hearing panel's initial denial of Fraser's discrimination claim. Other related case records include case administration records, including fundraising files; records of case publicity; records of the related Electrical Trades Trainees' case; and extensive records of Seattle City Light activities and issues in the 1970s and 1980s. Clara Fraser's activities and City Light are documented in correspondence and document files from her first stint at City Light, and also in a series of correspondence from her return to City Light in 1982 until her retirement in 1986.

Custodial History: Papers donated by Helen Gilbert of Radical Women and Freedom Sociliast Party, Seattle.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access for paper-based materials. No user access copy is currently available for sound and video cassettes. Users may obtain a reproduction of the media for a fee by contacting Special Collections.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Arrangement: Arranged in 15 series.
  • Series 1, Personal Papers
  • Series 2, Family Memorabilia
  • Series 3, Calendars and Diaries
  • Series 4, Correspondence
  • Series 5, Publicity and Press Files
  • Series 6, Writings
  • Series 7, Speeches and Educational Programs
  • Series 8, Subject Files
  • Series 9, Travel and Retreat Records
  • Series 10, Job Records
  • Series 11, Consulting Job Records
  • Series 12, Clara Fraser vs. Seattle City Light Employment Discrimination Case Records
  • Series 13, City Light Background Files
  • Series 14, Fraser Job Records while at City Light
  • Series 15, Fraser job correspondence after return to City Light
Container(s) Description Dates
Series 1: Personal Papers
1931-1998
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3187-003
Certificates and diplomas
1931-1944
1/2 3187-003
School report cards
1930-1938
1/3 3187-003
Autograph books
1933-1940
1/4 3187-003
Papers for high school classes
1939-1940
1/5 3187-003
Note cards for paper on women in journalism, English 1A
1939
1/6 3187-003
Papers for college classes
1941
1/7 3187-003
Papers for college classes
1942
1/8 3187-003
Papers for college classes
1943
1/9 3187-003
Papers for college classes
Approximately 1938-1945
1/10 3187-003
Writings: short story
Approximately 1938-1945
1/11 3187-003
Divorce case
1967-1969
1/12 3187-003
Family memorabilia
1978, 1995
1/13 3187-003
Frank Krasnowsky
1943, c. 1980s
1/14 3187-003
Dick Fraser memorial and obituaries
1988-1989
1/15 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky: awards
1970
1/16 3187-003
Jon Fraser: Jazz Lab
1976-1978
1/17 3187-003
Jon Fraser
1976-1985
1/18 3187-003
Drawings and portraits
approximately 1955-1975
1/19 3187-003
Photographs
1923-1994
1/20 3187-003
Good quotes
approximately 1970-1985
1/21 3187-003
Marxism study notes
1953
1/22 3187-003
Spanish class
1988
1/23 3187-003
In defense of materialism class
1954
1/24 3187-003
Origins of the family
1950
1/25 3187-003
The Victory of socialism in one country and the defeat of the left opposition,
approximately 1950-1970
1/26 3187-003
Chart of political line of the Third International
approximately 1950-1960
1/27 3187-003
Stalinism and Comintern information
approximately 1950-1960
1/28 3187-003
Notes on economics
approximately 1950-1960
1/29 3187-003
Note on the black question
approximately 1950-1970
1/30 3187-003
Words/notes
approximately 1990-1998
1/31 3187-003
Biographical sketches
1980-1996
1/32 3187-003
Resumes
1980-1996
1/33 3187-003
Book blurbs
1996
1/34 3187-003
Tributes to and roasts of Clara
1982-1996
18/7 3187-003
Clara 70th birthday & welcome Jonnie Fraser 3/21/93
VHS video cassette
1993
18/8 3187-003
Happy birthday Clara from Portland branch
VHS video cassette
1994
18/9 3187-003
International Women's Day march / Happy birthday Clara from New York branch
VHS video cassette
1994
18/10 3187-003
Clara - happy birthday '94 (Seattle tape)
VHS video cassette
1994
18/11 3187-003
Birthday greetings Clara Fraser from Bay Area branch
VHS video cassette
1994
19/4 3187-003
Telephone poles ; Dinner & Barbeque - by Flory Adler
VHS video cassette
Approximately 1980s
19/5 3187-003
Tacoma for Clara
VHS video cassette
Approximately 1990s
19/6 3187-003
Revolution she wrote: video draft 2/12/98
VHS video cassette
1998
1/35 3187-003
Play script -- Coffee, cigarettes and class
1992-1993
1/36 3187-003
Play script -- Coffee, cigarettes and class
1993-1994
1/37 3187-003
Clara Fraser photographs
Approximately 1980s
1/38 3187-003
Arts, culture, entertainment souvenirs
1961-1982
17/19 3187-003
Playbills and music programs
1975-1976
17/20 3187-003
Playbills and music programs (part 1 of 2)
1985-1986
17/21 3187-003
Playbills and music programs (part 2 of 2)
1985-1986
1/39 3187-003
Humor
1978-1981
Series 2: Family Memorabilia
1969-1997
Box/Folder Accession
1/40 3187-003
Jonny memorabilia
1971-1978
19/7 3187-003
Jon Fraser solo piano concert 1/1/97 (2 copies)
VHS video cassette
1997
1/41 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky articles
1969-1970
1/42 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky articles (part 1 of 2)
1985-1992
1/43 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky articles (part 2 of 2)
1985-1992
1/44 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky articles
1992-1993
1/45 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky articles
1993-1994
1/46 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky articles
1994
Series 3: Calendars and Diaries
Box/Folder Accession
1/47 3187-003
Diary
1936
1/48 3187-003
Datebook
1978
2/1 3187-003
Work calendar
1974
2/2 3187-003
House calendar
1973
2/3 3187-003
House calendar
1975
2/4 3187-003
House calendar
1977
2/5 3187-003
House calendar
1983
2/6 3187-003
Bedroom calendars
1983, 1986, 1992
2/7 3187-003
Address cards
approximately 1970-1980
2/8 3187-003
Address books (part 1 of 2)
approximately 1960-1990
2/9 3187-003
Address books (part 2 of 2)
approximately 1960-1990
Series 4: Correspondence
1950-1996
Box/Folder Accession
2/10 3187-003
Emma Goodman (mother)
1950-1959
2/11 3187-003
Emma Goodman (mother)
1960-1969
2/12 3187-003
Emma Goodman (mother)
1970-1979
2/13 3187-003
Dick Fraser
1967-1978
2/14 3187-003
Marc Krasnowsky
1973-1989
2/15 3187-003
Jon Fraser
Leather-bound volume
1971-1994
2/16 3187-003
Adler family
1976-1994
2/17 3187-003
Raya Fidel
1989-1996
2/18 3187-003
Correspondence: general, friends and family
1963-1994
2/19 3187-003
Birthday and holiday cards
1972-1975
2/20 3187-003
Birthday and holiday cards
1983
3/1 3187-003
Birthday party
1993
3/2 3187-003
Birthday cards
1993
3/3 3187-003
Cards and thank-yous
1993
Series 5: Publicity and Press Files
1969-1998
Box/Folder Accession
3/4 3187-003
List of press clippings on Clara Fraser
1969-1979
3/5 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1969-1970
3/6 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1971
3/7 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1972
3/8 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1973
3/9 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1974
3/10 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1975
3/11 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1976
3/12 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1977
3/13 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1978
3/14 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1979
3/15 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1980
3/16 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1981
3/17 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1982
3/18 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1983
3/19 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1984
3/20 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1985
3/21 3187-003
Fraser case press coverage
1986
3/22 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1987
3/23 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1988
3/24 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1989
3/25 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1990
3/26 3187-003
Publicity and press coverage
1991-1996
3/27 3187-003
Clara Fraser death announcements
1998
3/28 3187-003
Clara Fraser photographs
1991
3/29 3187-003
Clara Fraser interview with Kathleen Merryman, Tacoma News Tribune
1988
3/30 3187-003
Clara Fraser interview with Lisa Schnellinger, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
1989
22/7 3187-003
Clara Fraser interview with Kathleen Merryman, Tacoma News Tribune
2 - 90 minute audiocassettes
1988
22/8 3187-003
Clara Fraser interview with Seattle Central Community College student Franciose Sinet 2/26/1989
2 - 90 minute audiocassettes
1989
22/9 3187-003
Clara Fraser interview with Post-Intelligencer reporter Lisa Schnellinger 4/22/1989
3 - 90 minute audiocassettes
1989
22/10 3187-003
Clara Fraser interview with Paula Reynolds, University of Washington Daily 7/22/1989
90 minute audiocassette
1989
22/11 3187-003
Clara Fraser on KING radio re Russian artist guest Vassily Buchin 8/2/1990
120 minute audiocassette
1990
22/12 3187-003
Barbara Winslow interview of Clara Fraser 8/5/1991
90 minute audiocassette
1991
22/13 3187-003
1st session with Jordana 8/30/1992
90 minute audiocassette
1992
22/14 3187-003
Interview of Clara 3/31/1993
90 minute audiocassette
1993
22/15 3187-003
End of interview with Don McGaffin 6/26/1997
90 minute audiocassette
1997
Series 6: Writings
1963-1998
Box/Folder Accession
3/31 3187-003
Index of Clara's writings
1963-1977
3/32 3187-003
Writings
1966-1977
3/33 3187-003
Response to "Notes on leadership"
approximately 1970-1975
3/34 3187-003
Woman as leader: double jeopardy on account of sex
1972
3/35 3187-003
Which road to women's liberaton: discussion draft
1970
3/36 3187-003
How to end a commune: guaranteed tactics for absolute disruption
1970
3/37 3187-003
Revolution, she wrote
1995
3/38 3187-003
Revolution, she wrote -- correspondence
1994-1998
3/39 3187-003
Column edits
1995
3/40 3187-003
Column edits
1996
3/41 3187-003
Column edits
1997
3/42 3187-003
Clara's columns
1976-1992
3/43 3187-003
Clara's Freedom Socialist articles
1976-1989
3/44 3187-003
Responses to Clara's column
1995-1997
3/45 3187-003
Clara's column reprinted in other papers
1995
3/46 3187-003
Writings about Clara Fraser
1978-1996
3/47 3187-003
Radical Women publications by Clara Fraser
1972-1991
4/1 3187-003
Freedom Socialist Party publications by Clara Fraser
1969-1988
4/2 3187-003
Women workers - sparkplugs of labor -- drafts
1989-1990
4/3 3187-003
Miscellaneous writings by Clara Fraser
1989-1996
4/4 3187-003
Crisis and leadership
1996
Series 7: Speeches and Educational Programs
Box/Folder Accession
4/5 3187-003
Educational talks and speeches
1946-1955
4/6 3187-003
Philosophy of Marxism: two talks
1955-1956
4/7 3187-003
Writings and speeches
Approximately 1950s-1960s
4/8 3187-003
Fallout shelters: wisdom or folly
1962
4/9 3187-003
Speeches on women's liberation
1966-1971
4/10 3187-003
The Saga of women and labor in the United States
1971
4/11 3187-003
Fascism talk
1971
4/12 3187-003
Civil liberties and social issues cases
1972
4/13 3187-003
1973 and beyond: the road to revolution
1973
4/14 3187-003
Political parties and tendencies of the U.S. left
1977
4/15 3187-003
Portland talk
1982
4/16 3187-003
Sexual politics in the 80s
1982
4/17 3187-003
Shoreline Community College speech
1982-1983
4/18 3187-003
Central Washington University talk
1982-1983
4/19 3187-003
International Women's Day forum, University of Washington
1983
4/20 3187-003
National Lawyers Guild Alternative Law Day
1983
4/21 3187-003
Toast to Henry at victory party
1983
4/22 3187-003
Pacific Lutheran University meeting
1984
4/23 3187-003
Breaking the Barriers of Job Discrimination Conference
1984
4/24 3187-003
Green River Community Collete
1984
4/25 3187-003
San Francisco speech
1984
4/26 3187-003
"Suing your boss" talk to Everett Unitarians
1985
4/27 3187-003
National Association of Social Workers
1985
4/28 3187-003
Proposal to Marxist Scholars Conference
1985
4/29 3187-003
Lecture for University of Washington course, Famous Trials in Washington History
1986
4/30 3187-003
Proposal to Marxist Scholars Conference
1987
4/31 3187-003
Power conference at University of Washington
1988
4/32 3187-003
Transcript of voir dire examination for jury duty
1988
4/33 3187-003
Gloria and Nina's birthday speech
1988
4/34 3187-003
Kruschchev talk
1988
4/35 3187-003
Leadership models and social change -- Kellog Foundation
1988
4/36 3187-003
Parrallels and Intersection conference, Iowa City
1989-1990
4/37 3187-003
Women and the Law conference
1988-1989
4/38 3187-003
Using the power of class to combat racism and sexism, Lincoln, Nebraska
1989
4/39 3187-003
A Socialist view of the 60s and since, speech for Democratic Socialists of America
1989
4/40 3187-003
National Radical Women speech
1990
4/41 3187-003
Upheaval in the Soviet bloc -- its impact on women
1990
4/42 3187-003
Welcome speech for Freedom Socialist Party national convention
1993
4/43 3187-003
Speech notes
1988-1989
4/44 3187-003
State and revolution class
1959-1960
4/45 3187-003
History of materialism class
1961
4/46 3187-003
Young Socialist Alliance basic economics class
1962
4/47 3187-003
The irregular movement of history
1962
4/48 3187-003
Young Socialist Alliance course on dialectical materialism
1964
4/49 3187-003
Capital class
1966
4/50 3187-003
Woman as leader
1972
4/51 3187-003
Sexuality, sexism and mental health
1972
4/52 3187-003
Men, women and war talk to veterans' awareness conference
1972
4/53 3187-003
Troskyism, Stalinism, Maoism
1972
4/54 3187-003
University of Washington women's studies course
1972-1973
4/55 3187-003
Prison reform talk to STOP
1973
4/56 3187-003
May Day
1973
4/57 3187-003
Sex-role stereotyping and channeling in the public schools
1973
4/58 3187-003
Race, nation, ethnicity: the minority liberation movements
1973
4/59 3187-003
Political economy of sex and race discrimination in America
1973
4/60 3187-003
Fashions in human relations
1973
4/61 3187-003
Tribute to Cannon
1974
5/1 3187-003
Forum on women and power
1975
5/2 3187-003
Feminism and the Law conference, Denver
1976
5/3 3187-003
Lecture on dialectical materialism to classes on the Marxist method
1977
5/4 3187-003
Management prerogatives vs. workers' rights
1981
5/5 3187-003
Inlandboatmen's Union talk
1981
5/6 3187-003
Unitarian Feminist Alliance
1982
18/1 3187-003
Clara Fraser. A Call to activism: reviving the tradition of the rebel lawyer. Keynote address to Women and the Law Conference, Oakland, California 3/31/89
VHS video cassette
1989
18/2 3187-003
Forum at UCLA on Upheaval in the Soviet Bloc and Impact on Women 3/17/90
VHS video cassette
1990
18/3 3187-003
Clara. Radical Women. Santa Monica 2/17/90
VHS video cassette
1990
18/4 3187-003
Clara testimony Freeway Hall case 4/20/92
VHS video cassette
1992
18/5 3187-003
International Women's Day
VHS video cassette
1993
18/6 3187-003
Seattle Radical women International Women's Day 1995 event 3/11/95
VHS video cassette
1995
19/1 3187-003
Clara Fraser and Tamara Turner re: Gloria Martin for Gloria Martin memorial 12/17/95
VHS video cassette
1995
19/2 3187-003
Gloria Martin memorial at Jefferson Community Center (original) 12/17/95
VHS video cassette
1995
19/3 3187-003
Gloria Martin memorial at Jefferson Community Center 12/17/95
VHS video cassette
1995
22/1 3187-003
April 13th "a happy announcement"
60 minute audiocassette
Approximately 1970s-1980s
22/2 3187-003
Mayday in Moscow with SUD & Adrienne
60 minute audiocassette
1993
22/3 3187-003
Parallels and Intersections Conference, Iowa -- Clara's workshop
90 minute audiocassette
1989
22/4 3187-003
Clara Fraser -- Radical Women conference
90 minute audiocassette
undated
22/5 3187-003
Democratic Socialists of American talk and discussion (part 1 of 2)
2 -- 90 minute audiocassettes
1989
22/6 3187-003
Democratic Socialists of American talk and discussion (part 2 of 2)
1989
Series 8: Subject Files
1961-1997
Box/Folder Accession
5/7 3187-003
The Exodus song (sheet music)
1961
5/8 3187-003
Nightclub Cantata
1981
5/9 3187-003
Letters to the editor
1979
5/10 3187-003
The Group without a Name (Psychiatric Research Society) conference papers
1972
5/11 3187-003
Requests for legal advice
1972
5/12 3187-003
Prostitution
1972
5/13 3187-003
KING-TV
1972
5/14 3187-003
Clara's UW parking card
1972
5/15 3187-003
Gloria Martin case
1972-1973
5/16 3187-003
Legal Services meeting
1972
5/17 3187-003
Sylvia Brown case
1972
5/18 3187-003
School for Community Action
1972
5/19 3187-003
Petition re child support collection fees
1972
5/20 3187-003
Marc's case
1972
5/21 3187-003
Proposed city charter change in police practices
1971
5/22 3187-003
Freedom Socialist (newspaper) correspondence
1981-1990
5/23 3187-003
Freedom Socialist index of key articles
1982
5/24 3187-003
Freedom Socialist newspaper
1994
5/25 3187-003
Freedom Socialist newspaper
1995
5/26 3187-003
Freedom Socialist newspaper
1996
5/27 3187-003
Freedom Socialist newspaper
1997
5/28 3187-003
Freesom Socialist (newspaper) fund drive
1994
5/29 3187-003
Freesom Socialist (newspaper) funnies
1981-1991
5/30 3187-003
Freedom Socialist column ideas
1981-1992
5/31 3187-003
Robert Crisman writings
1988
Series 9: Travel and Retreat Records
1980-1994
Box/Folder Accession
5/32 3187-003
Travel checklists
approximately 1980-1990
5/33 3187-003
Camano Island retreat
1982
5/34 3187-003
Alaska cruise
1984
5/35 3187-003
Marrowstone Island retreat
1986
5/36 3187-003
Indian Island nuclear weapons storage
1986
5/37 3187-003
Port Angeles retreat correspondence
1986-1987
5/38 3187-003
Residence Inn
1987
5/39 3187-003
Port Ludlow retreat
1987
5/40 3187-003
Whistler Mountain
1988
5/41 3187-003
Smyth House, Vashon Island retreat
1988
5/42 3187-003
Sudden Valley
1988
5/43 3187-003
North Beach retreat
1989
5/44 3187-003
Whidbey Island retreat
1990
5/45 3187-003
California trip
1990
5/46 3187-003
Canal House retreat
1994
Series 10: Job Records
1954-1978
Box/Folder Accession
5/47 3187-003
Resume file
1967-1978
5/48 3187-003
Jobs
1954-1963
5/49 3187-003
Jobs
1967-1968
5/50 3187-003
Job applications
1968-1975
5/51 3187-003
Job applications rejected
1972-1973
5/52 3187-003
Photographs
approximately 1972-1975
6/1 3187-003
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center (SOIC)
1968-1971
6/2 3187-003
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center (SOIC) Woman's Day program
1970
6/3 3187-003
Nina Harding and Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center
1970
6/4 3187-003
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center Council reorganization
1970
6/5 3187-003
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center staff career development
1970
6/6 3187-003
Letter to Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center Council re personnel policies
1970
6/7 3187-003
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center employment discrimination case
1970-1973
6/8 3187-003
Marjorie Singer correspondence
1973-1974
6/9 3187-003
Martin Luther King Service Center
1970-1971
6/10 3187-003
John Birch Society attacks on OEO, Black Panther Party
1969
6/11 3187-003
Concentrated Employment Program job
1972
6/12 3187-003
Concentrated Employment Program, Seattle Washington. Procedures for internal organization
1973
6/13 3187-003
Concentrated Employment Program manual
approximately 1970-1973
6/14 3187-003
Concentrated Employment Program labor market analysis
1973
6/15 3187-003
Manpower client services proposal draft
1973
6/16 3187-003
Manpower client services proposal second draft
1973
6/17 3187-003
CEP V annual report (Concentrated Employment Program)
1973
6/18 3187-003
Concentrated Employment Program
1973
6/19 3187-003
Gypsy manpower program proposal
1973
Series 11: Consulting Job Records
1971-1977
Box/Folder Accession
6/20 3187-003
City of Seattle sex discrimination workshop -- administrative
1972-1973
6/21 3187-003
City of Seattle sex discrimination workshop -- materials
1973
6/22 3187-003
City of Seattle sex discrimination workshop -- evaluation forms
1973
6/23 3187-003
City of Seattle sex discrimination workshop -- report
1973
6/24 3187-003
Veterans Action Program seminar, Yakima
1972
6/25 3187-003
Community Resources Training Center for Corrections seminar
1972
6/26 3187-003
Women's Divorce Co-op, Bellingham, training
1972
6/27 3187-003
Washington State Office of Economic Opportunity
1972
6/28 3187-003
Sexuality, Crime and the Law training
1972
6/29 3187-003
Washington State Human Rights Commission staff training -- administrative
1972
6/30 3187-003
Washington State Human Rights Commission staff training workshop 1
1972
6/31 3187-003
Washington State Human Rights Commission staff training workshop 2
1973
6/32 3187-003
Washington State Human Rights Commission staff training workshop 3
1973
6/33 3187-003
Washington State Human Rights Commission staff training final evaluation
1973
6/34 3187-003
Seattle Central Community College proposal
1972
6/35 3187-003
Boeing proposal
1972
6/36 3187-003
Headstart proposal
1971
6/37 3187-003
Environmental Health Project proposal
1971
6/38 3187-003
Northwest Social Systems, Inc. proposal
1971
6/39 3187-003
Economic Research and Development Corp. proposal
1971
6/40 3187-003
Teach-in
1972
Pierce County Library Staff Association
1975-1977
Box/Folder Accession
6/41 3187-003
Pierce County Library Staff Association
1975-1977
6/42 3187-003
Mediation
1976
6/43 3187-003
Proposed terms of settlement
1976
6/44 3187-003
Correspondence
1976
6/45 3187-003
Los Angeles Public Library staffing and salaries
1975
6/46 3187-003
Personnel cuts, staffing, and recall
1975-1976
6/47 3187-003
Position paper on part-time employment at Seattle Public Library
1976
6/48 3187-003
Management's contract proposal
1976
6/49 3187-003
Proceedings
1975
6/50 3187-003
Negotiating session notes
1975
6/51 3187-003
Negotiation session minutes
1975
6/52 3187-003
Management memos
1976
6/53 3187-003
Negotiating team correspondence
1975
6/54 3187-003
Dual seniority system question
1976
6/55 3187-003
Members' comments
1975
6/56 3187-003
Department of Labor and Industries representation case
1973-1974
6/57 3187-003
Requests for information from management
1975-1976
6/58 3187-003
Statement to management
1975
6/59 3187-003
Comparison of management and Staff Association contracts
1975
6/60 3187-003
Cartoons
1975-1976
6/61 3187-003
Press clippings
1975-1976
6/62 3187-003
Background on libraries
1975
6/63 3187-003
Staff Association "Organizer" newsletter
1976-1977
6/64 3187-003
Planning
1975-1976
6/65 3187-003
Salaries
1976
7/1 3187-003
Promotions and transitional adjustments
1976
7/2 3187-003
Pierce County Libraries revenue history
1975-1976
7/3 3187-003
Remote access expenditures
1975
7/4 3187-003
Employee salary and classification program
1975
7/5 3187-003
Intermediate salary proposal
1976
7/6 3187-003
Budget
1975-1976
7/7 3187-003
Contract preamble, purpose, table of contents
1975
7/8 3187-003
Contract drafts
1975-1976
7/9 3187-003
Final contract
1976
7/10 3187-003
1977 negotiations
1977
Series 12: Clara Fraser vs. Seattle City Light Employment Discrimination Case Records
Pleadings, filings and decisions before Hearing Examiner
1974-1982
Box/Folder Accession
7/11 3187-003
Verified employment compLaints, Clara Fraser vs. City Light
1974
7/12 3187-003
Verified employment compLaints, Daisy Jones et al. vs. City Light
1974
7/13 3187-003
Claim for damages
1975
7/14 3187-003
Amended verified employment compaints, Clara Fraser vs. City Light
1975
7/15 3187-003
Amended verified employment compLaints, Daisy Jones et al. vs. City Light
1975
7/16 3187-003
Motions and notices, Daisy JoneS et al. vs. City Light
1975
7/17 3187-003
Case documents
1977
7/18 3187-003
Case documents
1978
7/19 3187-003
Case documents
1979
7/20 3187-003
Interest on back pay
1982
7/21 3187-003
Notes on legal arguments
1980-1982
7/22 3187-003
Settlement agreement
1979
7/23 3187-003
Case documents January-June (part 1 of 3)
1980
7/24 3187-003
Case documents January-June (part 2 of 3)
1980
7/25 3187-003
Case documents January-June (part 3 of 3)
1980
7/26 3187-003
Complainant's exceptions to the Hearing Examiner's proposed findings of fact, conclusons of law and order of relief
1980
7/27 3187-003
Decision of the Hearing Panel
1980
7/28 3187-003
Case documents July-September
1980
7/29 3187-003
Minutes and tape log
1980
7/30 3187-003
Exhibit list
1980
7/31 3187-003
Electrical trades trainees case
1975-1978
7/32 3187-003
Memorandum of authorities 3/2/1979
1979
7/33 3187-003
Motion to dismiss petition for declaratory ruling 3/3/1979
1979
7/34 3187-003
Hearing Examiner decision 6/20/1980
1980
7/35 3187-003
ACLU amicus brief
1980
7/36 3187-003
Our exceptions to Pasette
1980
7/37 3187-003
Panel's six questions
1980
7/38 3187-003
Proposed oral arguments to Panel 7/10/1980
1980
7/39 3187-003
Clara's notes on 7/10/1980 arguments
1980
7/40 3187-003
Certiorari/declaratory judgment
1980
7/41 3187-003
Cloud's exceptions 7/3/1980
1980
7/42 3187-003
Hearing Panel decision 7/21/1980
1980
7/43 3187-003
Reconsideration proposals - drafts
1980
7/44 3187-003
Motion to reconsider 7/3/1980
1980
7/45 3187-003
Cloud's answer to reconsideration motion 7/29/1980
1980
7/46 3187-003
Panel denial of reconsideration 8/1/1980
1980
Hearing Transcripts
General Notes: Note: missing vols 13,14,15,25 (as received from donor)
1980
Box/Folder Accession
7/47 3187-003
Transcript volume 1 1/14/1980
1980
7/48 3187-003
Transcript volume 2 1/15/1980
1980
7/49 3187-003
Transcript volume 3 1/16/1980
1980
8/1 3187-003
Transcript volume 4 1/17/1980
1980
8/2 3187-003
Transcript volume 5 1/18/1980
1980
8/3 3187-003
Transcript volume 6 1/21/1980
1980
8/4 3187-003
Transcript volume 7 1/22/1980
1980
8/5 3187-003
Transcript volume 8 1/23/1980
1980
8/6 3187-003
Transcript volume 9 1/24/1980
1980
8/7 3187-003
Transcript volume 10 1/25/1980
1980
8/8 3187-003
Transcript volume 11 1/28/1980
1980
8/9 3187-003
Transcript volume 12 1/29/1980
1980
8/10 3187-003
Transcript volume 16 2/28/1980
1980
8/11 3187-003
Transcript volume 17 2/29/1980
1980
8/12 3187-003
Transcript volume 18 3/3/1980
1980
8/13 3187-003
Transcript volume 19 3/4/1980
1980
8/14 3187-003
Transcript volume 20 3/5/1980
1980
8/15 3187-003
Transcript volume 21 3/6/1980
1980
8/16 3187-003
Transcript volume 22 3/10/1980
1980
8/17 3187-003
Transcript volume 23 4/15/1980
1980
8/18 3187-003
Transcript volume 24 4/16/1980
1980
8/19 3187-003
Transcript volume 26 4/18/1980
1980
8/20 3187-003
Transcript volume 27 4/21/1980
1980
9/1 3187-003
Transcript volume 28 4/22/1980
1980
9/2 3187-003
Transcript volume 29 4/23/1980
1980
9/3 3187-003
Transcript volume 30 4/24/1980
1980
9/4 3187-003
Transcript volume 31 4/25/1980
1980
9/5 3187-003
Transcript volume 32 4/28/1980
1980
9/6 3187-003
Transcript volume 33 5/7/1980
1980
9/7 3187-003
Transcript volume 34 5/8/1980
1980
9/8 3187-003
Transcript volume 35 5/12/1980
1980
9/9 3187-003
Transcript volume 36 5/13/1980
1980
9/10 3187-003
Transcript volume 37 5/14/1980
1980
9/11 3187-003
Transcript volume 38 5/15/1980
1980
9/12 3187-003
Transcript volume 39 5/16/1980
1980
9/13 3187-003
Transcript volume 40 5/20/1980
1980
9/14 3187-003
Transcript volume 41 5/27/1980
1980
9/15 3187-003
Transcript volume 42 6/9/1980
1980
9/16 3187-003
Transcript volume 43 7/10/1980
1980
9/17 3187-003
Transcript witness testimony index (part 1 of 2)
1980
9/18 3187-003
Transcript witness testimony index (part 2 of 2)
1980
Audiotapes of Hearing Examiner Proceedings
1980
Box Accession
20 3187-003
Audiotapes 1/14/1980 - 2/27/1980
63 audio cassettes
1980
21 3187-003
Audiotapes 2/27/1980 - 4/25/1980
64 audio cassettes
1980
22 3187-003
Audiotapes 4/25/1980 - 7/10/1980
47 audio cassettes
1980
Hearing Examiner Exhibits
1980
Box/Folder Accession
9/19 3187-003
Exhibits 1-82
1980
9/20 3187-003
Exhibits 83-187
1980
9/21 3187-003
Exhibits 189-271
1980
10/1 3187-003
Exhibits 276A-370
1980
10/2 3187-003
Exhibits 377-498
1980
10/3 3187-003
Exhibits 503-653
1980
10/4 3187-003
Exhibits 655-661
1980
10/5 3187-003
Exhibits 662-670
1980
10/6 3187-003
Exhibits 671-691
1980
Transcript Excerpts
1980
Box/Folder Accession
10/7 3187-003
2-SP AA advocacy integral to job
1980
10/8 3187-003
12-SP Paramilitaristic management
1980
10/9 3187-003
14-SP AA short-circuited Pilot Management Training
1980
10/10 3187-003
15-SP CF never told of inadequate/untimely performance
1980
10/11 3187-003
22-SPa GV believed influenced ETT selection
1980
10/12 3187-003
22-SPc ETTs sincerely motivated to be electrical workers
1980
10/13 3187-003
22-SPd Management believed CF manipulated ETTs protest
1980
10/14 3187-003
22-SPe ETTs self-motivated in complaints
1980
10/15 3187-003
25-SP BR informed and satisfied with ETT plan
1980
10/16 3187-003
29-SP ETT cancellation not discussed
1980
10/17 3187-003
34-SP CF too much an advocate for women's rights
1980
10/18 3187-003
36-SP GV couldn't separate politics from performance
1980
10/19 3187-003
37-SP GV and management discussed CF as radical during walkout
1980
10/20 3187-003
37-SP Some management wanted CF fired for PRC testimony
1980
10/21 3187-003
38-SP GV and management knew of CF's P-I and conduct
1980
10/22 3187-003
63-SP GV - political and called CF radical
1980
10/23 3187-003
65-SP "Karl Marx" quote
1980
10/24 3187-003
66-SP Management disparagement of CF's politics
1980
10/25 3187-003
67-SP CF's activities affected lay-off determination
1980
10/26 3187-003
79-SP Cf's conduct tied to beliefs
1980
10/27 3187-003
85-SP No action against BR for poor job
1980
10/28 3187-003
6-A/S Goldsmith - why brought in
1980
10/29 3187-003
14-A/Sa Problems in training, etc. were Cf's fault (general incompetence)
1980
10/30 3187-003
14-A/Sb CF poor performance interface with management
1980
10/31 3187-003
14-A/Se Performance - plunge in without management approval
1980
10/32 3187-003
14-A/Se Perfomance - shorthand $50,000 cost and low priority
1980
10/33 3187-003
22-A/S CF non-disclosure of ETT relationships was disruptive
1980
10/34 3187-003
71-A/S Wolak more qualified than CF
1980
Pleadings, filings and decisions before Superior Court, case 80-2-12077-8
1980-1983
Box/Folder Accession
10/35 3187-003
Complaint for declaratory judgment
1980
10/36 3187-003
Writ of certiorari
1980
10/37 3187-003
Jewett to Ponder 8/14/1980
1980
10/38 3187-003
City's motion to dismiss declaratory judgment 8/26/1980
1980
10/39 3187-003
Transcript of hearing before Judge Cushing re declaratory judgment 9/4/1980
1980
10/40 3187-003
Our motions, etc. for 9/18/1980 hearing
1980
10/41 3187-003
Writ of certiorari 9/11/1980
1980
10/42 3187-003
Order of dismissal
1980
10/43 3187-003
Order of certiorari and allocation of transcription costs
1980
10/44 3187-003
Affidavit of Elizabeth Ponder 9/21/1980
1980
10/45 3187-003
Affidavit of Fred Hyde 9/22/1980
1980
10/46 3187-003
Supplementary memos answering City Attorney 9/23/1980
1980
10/47 3187-003
Brief 9/23/1980
1980
10/48 3187-003
Clara's notes on 9/23/1980 hearing
1980
10/49 3187-003
Transcript of Corbett's decision 9/23/1980
1980
10/50 3187-003
Notice of presentation of order off dismissal 9/24/1980
1980
10/51 3187-003
Filings and decisions October, 1980
1980
10/52 3187-003
Indigency order 11/15/1980
1980
10/53 3187-003
Filings and decisions December, 1980
1980
10/54 3187-003
Filings and decisions January, 1981
1981
10/55 3187-003
Filings and decisions February, 1981
1981
10/56 3187-003
Response to motion for discretionary review (draft)
1981
10/57 3187-003
Commissioner's ruling denying petition for discretionary review
1981
10/58 3187-003
Response to motion for discretionary review
1981
10/59 3187-003
Objections to transcripts 7/18/1981
1981
10/60 3187-003
Respondent's corrections to transcripts 7/20/1981
1981
11/1 3187-003
Motion for settlement of bill of exceptions 7/25/1981
1981
11/2 3187-003
Petitioner's response to city's corrections to transcript 7/25/1981
1981
11/3 3187-003
Motion to include documents 7/27/1981
1981
11/4 3187-003
City response to objections to transcript 7/27/1981
1981
11/5 3187-003
City motions on exceptions and response
1981
11/6 3187-003
Indexes to exhibits and documents
1981
11/7 3187-003
Filings and decisions August 1981
1981
11/8 3187-003
Filings and decisions September 1981
1981
11/9 3187-003
Filings and decisions October 1981
1981
11/10 3187-003
Filings and decisions November 1981
1981
11/11 3187-003
Transcript of hearing before Judge Corbett 12/30/1981
1981
11/12 3187-003
Filings and decisions December 1981 (part 1 of 2)
1981
11/13 3187-003
Filings and decisions December 1981 (part 2 of 2)
1981
11/14 3187-003
Filings and decisions January, 1982
1982
11/15 3187-003
Filings and decisions February, 1982
1982
11/16 3187-003
Opening appeal brief 3/15/1982
1982
11/17 3187-003
City stipulation/order modifying brief schedule 5/16/1982
1982
11/18 3187-003
Brief materials 5/18/1982
1982
11/19 3187-003
Fraser reply brief 5/19/1982
1982
11/20 3187-003
City's brief in answer to Fraser 6/1/1982
1982
11/21 3187-003
Memos of conversation June 1982
1982
11/22 3187-003
Val's notes from discussion with Barb Stendahl 7/23/1982
1982
11/23 3187-003
Fraser's motion for inclusion of additional evidence 8/3/1982
1982
11/24 3187-003
City's motion for summary judgment - Beckwith fees
1982
11/25 3187-003
Appeal trial visual aids
1982
11/26 3187-003
Transcript of decision
1982
11/27 3187-003
City's motion for reconsideration
1982
11/28 3187-003
Notice and presentation of findings of fact and conclusions
1982
11/29 3187-003
Application for attorney's fees - Beckwith
1982
11/30 3187-003
City's objections to findings of fact and conclusions
1982
11/31 3187-003
Order reinstating Hearing Examiner decision
1982
11/32 3187-003
Filings and correspondence on back pay and expenses
1982
11/33 3187-003
Abstract of Superior Court judgment
1982
11/34 3187-003
Freds/Vals affidavits re fees
1982
11/35 3187-003
Beckwith appeal
1982
11/36 3187-003
Attorney's fees
1983
11/37 3187-003
Beckwith appeal
1983
11/38 3187-003
Transcript of Goodloe's decision re attorney's fees
1983
11/39 3187-003
Index to legal documents
1976-1982
Case Administration Files
1977-1985
Box/Folder Accession
11/40 3187-003
Legal correspondence
1980
11/41 3187-003
Legal correspondence (part 1 of 2)
1981
11/42 3187-003
Legal correspondence (part 2 of 2)
1981
11/43 3187-003
Legal correspondence
1982
11/44 3187-003
Summary of updated damages
1982
11/45 3187-003
Stipulation on damages
1982
11/46 3187-003
Damages
1980
11/47 3187-003
Damages update to 9/82
1982
11/48 3187-003
Damages to 1980
1980
12/1 3187-003
Background on Goodloe
1982
12/2 3187-003
Hearing panel
1979-1982
12/3 3187-003
Commission rules for panelist
1977
12/4 3187-003
Human Rights Department consolidation
1980
12/5 3187-003
Darlen Allison
1980
12/6 3187-003
Notes on meetings
1980
12/7 3187-003
Transcript preparation
1979-1980
12/8 3187-003
Office for Women's Rights
1980
12/9 3187-003
Salmi to Board of Ethics 9/15/80
1980
12/10 3187-003
Hyde statement on rules governing employment discrimination and open housing proceedings
1980
12/11 3187-003
City Light reorganization
1980
12/12 3187-003
Memos to City Light employees
1980
12/13 3187-003
General correspondence
1980
12/14 3187-003
General correspondence
1981
12/15 3187-003
General correspondence
1982
12/16 3187-003
General correspondence
Photographs: includes 4 35mm b&w negatives
1983
12/17 3187-003
General correspondence
1984
12/18 3187-003
Case administration
1981-1983
12/19 3187-003
American Civil Liberties Union correspondence
1982
12/20 3187-003
Clara Fraser vs. City Light congratulations / support
1980-1983
12/21 3187-003
John Chen Beckwith
1982-1983
12/22 3187-003
Mary Ann Curtis trip
1982
12/23 3187-003
Monica Hill
1980-1981
12/24 3187-003
Sara Marsh
1980-1982
12/25 3187-003
Letter campaigns
1980-1983
12/26 3187-003
Related issues
1980-1982
12/27 3187-003
Obscene mail
1980
12/28 3187-003
Fundraising events
1980
12/29 3187-003
New Year's fundraiser
1980
12/30 3187-003
Aberdeen forum
1981
12/31 3187-003
Monica's going-away party
1981
12/32 3187-003
San Francisco Mime Troupe
1981
12/33 3187-003
Pangborn picnic
1981
12/34 3187-003
Joanna Russ event
1981
12/35 3187-003
Images of Labor benefit
1981
12/36 3187-003
New Year's Eve party
1981
12/37 3187-003
Clara Fraser visit to New York City
1981
12/38 3187-003
San Francisco victory party
1982
12/39 3187-003
National Lawyer Guild seminar
1983
12/40 3187-003
First anniversary celebration
1983
12/41 3187-003
Donations in-kind
1981
12/42 3187-003
Financial reports
1982-1985
12/43 3187-003
Fundraising
1981-1982
12/44 3187-003
Legal expenses
1980-1984
12/45 3187-003
Clara's personal finances
1980
Related Cases
1980-1985
Box/Folder Accession
12/46 3187-003
Rod Handley vs. City Light
1981
12/47 3187-003
Lakshas case
1982-1984
12/48 3187-003
New York sex discrimination case and other related cases
1980-1984
12/49 3187-003
Other related cases
1984
12/50 3187-003
Merle Woo case: correspondence
1982-1985
12/51 3187-003
Merle Woo case: legal
1982-1984
12/52 3187-003
Merle Woo case: publicity (part 1 of 2)
1982-1984
13/1 3187-003
Merle Woo case: publicity (part 2 of 2)
1982-1984
13/2 3187-003
Merle Woo case: administration
1982-1984
Post-Victory Projects
1983-1984
Box/Folder Accession
13/3 3187-003
Film
1983
13/4 3187-003
Working women's conference: planning
1984
13/5 3187-003
Working women's conference: report to Common Wealth Fund
1984
13/6 3187-003
Working women's conference: conference packet
1984
13/7 3187-003
Working women's conference: publicity
1984
Case Publicity
1974-1987
Box/Folder Accession
13/8 3187-003
Clara commendations
1974-1975
13/9 3187-003
Case publicity
1980
13/10 3187-003
Case publicity
1908-1983
13/11 3187-003
The Story of Clara Fraser vs. Seattle City Light
1981
13/12 3187-003
Resolutions on Clara's case
1980
13/13 3187-003
Support organizing
1983
13/14 3187-003
Freeway Hall case
1986-1987
Chronological Case Support Files
1973-1988
Box/Folder Accession
13/15 3187-003
Chronologies
1973-1977
13/16 3187-003
Document lists
1973-1975
13/17 3187-003
Correspondence and documents
1973
13/18 3187-003
City Light training job descriptions
1973
13/19 3187-003
Human relations training
1973
13/20 3187-003
Shorthand class
1973-1974
13/21 3187-003
Public Review Committee
1974
13/22 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 1 of 4)
1974
13/23 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 2 of 4)
1974
13/24 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 3 of 4)
1974
13/25 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 4 of 4)
1974
13/26 3187-003
City Light press clippings May-September
1974
13/27 3187-003
Special women's programs
1975
13/28 3187-003
"Safety" poster protest letter
1975
13/29 3187-003
Bill of Rights and Responsibilities Committee
1974-1975
13/30 3187-003
Layoff
1975
13/31 3187-003
Current events
1974-1975
13/32 3187-003
Unemployment insurance dispute
1975
13/33 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 1 of 3)
1975
13/34 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 2 of 3)
1975
13/35 3187-003
Correspondence and documents (part 3 of 3)
1975
13/36 3187-003
Settlement of Electrical trades trainee case
1976
13/37 3187-003
Correspondence and documents
1976
13/38 3187-003
Durham, Back, Cornish documentation of harrassment on the job
1976-1977
13/39 3187-003
Press releases and clippings
1977
13/40 3187-003
Teri Bach conversation with Mayor Royer about Clara Fraser case
1979
13/41 3187-003
Training Coordinator Civil Service exam protest and answer
1976
13/42 3187-003
City Light issues
1980-1988
Supplemental Chronological Case Support Files
1972-1976
Box/Folder Accession
14/1 3187-003
Superintendent's staff meetings -- inadequate affirmative action programs
1972-1974
14/2 3187-003
Superintendent's staff meetings -- electrical trades trainee program background
1972-1975
14/3 3187-003
Correspondence and documents
1973
14/4 3187-003
Correspondence and documents
1974
14/5 3187-003
Correspondence and documents
1975
14/6 3187-003
Electrical trades trainee case -- objections by Office of Women's Rights to Hearing Examiner's proposed findings and conclusions
1976
14/7 3187-003
Electrical trades trainee case -- post-hearing brief of Office of Women's Rights
1976
14/8 3187-003
Electrical trades trainee case -- exhibits admitted (part 1 of 2)
1976
14/9 3187-003
Electrical trades trainee case -- exhibits admitted (part 2 of 2)
1976
14/10 3187-003
Electrical trades trainee case -- Megan Cornish's notes on hearing (part 1 of 2)
1976
14/11 3187-003
Electrical trades trainee case -- Megan Cornish's notes on hearing (part 2 of 2)
1976
Series 13: City Light Background Files
1980-1995
Box/Folder Accession
14/12 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1983
14/13 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light rally
1983
14/14 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1984
14/15 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1985
14/16 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1986
14/17 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1987
14/18 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1988
14/19 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1989
14/20 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1990
14/21 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1991
14/22 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1992
14/23 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light -- Human Rights Department case
1992-1993
14/24 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1993
14/25 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1994
14/26 3187-003
Committee for Equal Rights at City Light
1995
14/27 3187-003
City Light Work Environment Task Force
1983
15/1 3187-003
City Light
1983
15/2 3187-003
City Light organizing press coverage
1983
15/3 3187-003
City Light
1984
15/4 3187-003
City Light press coverage
1984
15/5 3187-003
City Light press coverage
1985
15/6 3187-003
City Light press coverage
1986
15/7 3187-003
City Light press coverage
1987
15/8 3187-003
City Light publicity and correspondence
1982-1988
15/9 3187-003
City Light press coverage
1990-1991
15/10 3187-003
City Light correspondence
1992-1993
15/11 3187-003
City Light memos and press coverage
1996-1998
15/12 3187-003
Affirmative action
1984-1986
15/13 3187-003
Superintendent search
1984
15/14 3187-003
Randy Hardy at City Light
1984-1986
15/15 3187-003
Superintendent Roberta Palm Bradley
1994
15/16 3187-003
Human relations training
1984-1985
15/17 3187-003
City Light co-workers
1982-1987
15/18 3187-003
Freedom Socialist Party City Light fraction work
1977-1981
15/19 3187-003
Teri Bach
1980-1981
15/20 3187-003
Heidi Durham post-ETT
1976-1991
15/21 3187-003
Letha Neal
1983
15/22 3187-003
City Light apprenticeship program
1979-1985
15/23 3187-003
City Light organization chart
1982
15/24 3187-003
Network (newsletter)
1991-1993
15/25 3187-003
City of Seattle memos and press coverage
1982-1993
15/26 3187-003
Clara's City Light resume, etc.
1982
15/27 3187-003
Clara's application for appointment to Human Rights Commission
1986
15/28 3187-003
City of Seattle -- City Attorney Doug Jewitt
1986-1988
15/29 3187-003
City of Seattle -- Mayor Norm Rice
1990
Series 14: Fraser Job Records while at City Light
1971-1981
Box/Folder Accession
15/30 3187-003
Fire Department
1971
15/31 3187-003
Training projects
1973-1974
15/32 3187-003
Seattle City Light. Training catalog
1974
15/33 3187-003
Background materials on equal employment opportunities
1971-1973
15/34 3187-003
Training projects for women
1973
15/35 3187-003
Courses on women
1971-1974
15/36 3187-003
Interviewing - proper and improper
1973
15/37 3187-003
Seminars on women - announcements
1974
15/38 3187-003
History of women - presentation for Park Department
1973
15/39 3187-003
Instructor training course
1973
15/40 3187-003
You server the public course
1973
15/41 3187-003
Effective listening training
1973
15/42 3187-003
Management development seminar
1973
15/43 3187-003
Basic management functions course
1973
15/44 3187-003
Human relations workshop
1973
15/45 3187-003
Weekly memos to Bill Rheubottom
1973-1974
16/1 3187-003
Weekly memos to director
1973-1975
16/2 3187-003
Memos to Clara
1973-1974
16/3 3187-003
Memos from Vickery, etc,
1973
16/4 3187-003
Administrative tools - forms, charts, graphs
1973
16/5 3187-003
Personnel handbook
1973
16/6 3187-003
Memory development
1973
16/7 3187-003
Labor relations
1974-1975
16/8 3187-003
Seattle fair employment ordinance
1973
16/9 3187-003
Johnny Walker case
1974
16/10 3187-003
Sticky cases
1973-1974
16/11 3187-003
Women's strengthening exercizes
1975
16/12 3187-003
Discriminatory language
1974
16/13 3187-003
Press clippings on Gordon Vickery
1979
16/14 3187-003
Race and racism
1973
16/15 3187-003
City Light nuclear policy
1976
16/16 3187-003
Uhlman editorial
1976
16/17 3187-003
City of Seattle affirmative action ordinance
1972
16/18 3187-003
General management
1973
16/19 3187-003
City of Seattle general
1974-1975
16/20 3187-003
City Light phone lists
1975-1979
16/21 3187-003
City of Seattle background on affirmative action
1972-1974
16/22 3187-003
City Light history on affirmative action
1972
16/23 3187-003
Mayor Uhlman recall
1974-1975
16/24 3187-003
Firefighters' Uhlman recall campaign
1974
16/25 3187-003
City Light walkout
1974
16/26 3187-003
Bill of Rights and Responsibilities -- final draft
1975
16/27 3187-003
Bill of Rights and Responsibilities -- rough drafts
1974-1975
16/28 3187-003
Bill of Rights and Responsibilities Committee -- correspondence and press coverage
1974-1975
16/29 3187-003
Public Review Committee
1974
16/30 3187-003
Clara's resume'
1973
16/31 3187-003
Activity reports
1973
16/32 3187-003
Activity reports
1974
16/33 3187-003
Activity reports
1975
16/34 3187-003
Job task list
1975
16/35 3187-003
Memos from Clara
1973-1975
16/36 3187-003
Thank-yous to Clara
1973-1974
16/37 3187-003
Feminist Coordinating Council press release on Clara's "layoff"
1975
16/38 3187-003
Press coverage of Clara's firing
1975-1977
16/39 3187-003
Clara Fraser correspondence
1977-1981
16/40 3187-003
Civil Service Board exam and Clara's firing
1975
16/41 3187-003
Daniggelis case
1974-1975
16/42 3187-003
Daniggelis Defense Committee
1975-1976
16/43 3187-003
Daniggelis case - Civil Service Commission
1975
16/44 3187-003
Daniggelis -- City Light rate hearings
1974
16/45 3187-003
Electrical Trades Trainee program (part 1 of 2)
1974
16/46 3187-003
Electrical Trades Trainee program (part 2 of 2)
1974
16/47 3187-003
Electrical Trades Trainee program
1975
16/48 3187-003
Trainee injunction hearing notes
1975
16/49 3187-003
June 8, 1974 hoax leaflet
1974
16/50 3187-003
Electrical Trades Trainee case
1976-1977
16/51 3187-003
Apprenticeships
1977-1980
16/52 3187-003
Teri Bach apprenticeship
1977-1979
16/53 3187-003
Bach's expulsion from Small Strategy Committee
1981
16/54 3187-003
City Light strike
1975
16/55 3187-003
Local 77 organizing of office workers
1974
16/56 3187-003
Office workers organizing
1974
16/57 3187-003
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers constitution
1970
16/58 3187-003
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 77 - City Light
1974-1977
16/59 3187-003
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 77 contracts
1974-1976
16/60 3187-003
City Light human relations training
1973
16/61 3187-003
City of Seattle and City Light training booklets
1975
16/62 3187-003
U. S. Department of Labor grant PC 1010
1972-1974
Series 15: Fraser job correspondence after return to City Light
1982-1986
Box/Folder Accession
17/1 3187-003
City Light job
1982-1983
17/2 3187-003
Xeroxing project check list [serves as item-level index to correspondence]
1984
17/3 3187-003
Sick leave and vacation reports
1983-1984
17/4 3187-003
Notes
Undated
17/5 3187-003
Staff meetings
1982-1983
17/6 3187-003
Correspondence and reports
1982
17/7 3187-003
Correspondence and reports January-February
1983
17/8 3187-003
Correspondence and reports March-April
1983
17/9 3187-003
Correspondence and reports May-June
1983
17/10 3187-003
Correspondence and reports July-August
1983
17/11 3187-003
Correspondence and reports September-October
1983
17/12 3187-003
Correspondence and reports November-December
1983
17/13 3187-003
Correspondence and reports January-February
1984
17/14 3187-003
Correspondence and reports March-April
1984
17/15 3187-003
Correspondence and reports May
1984
17/16 3187-003
Correspondence and reports June
1984
17/17 3187-003
Correspondence and reports July-December
1984
17/18 3187-003
Correspondence and reports
1985-1986

Accession No. 3187-004: Clara Fraser papers, 1991-1997Return to Top

1.92 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Content: Content includes correspondence, clippings, leaflets, conference, plenum, and conference information, tours and travel papers, and notes.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Helen Gilbert, who was custodian of Clara Fraser's RW records and transferred from the Radical Women Seattle Office records

Container(s) Description Dates
Series 1: Misc.
1980-1992
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3187-004
Staff
1994-1995
1/2 3187-004
N.O.
1989-1990
1/3 3187-004
PSWU
1995
1/4 3187-004
Bay Area
1989-1994
1/5 3187-004
LA Branch
1990
1/6 3187-004
NYC
1990-1995
1/7 3187-004
Portland Branch
1990
1/8 3187-004
Seattle
1989-1995
1/9 3187-004
CCC
1990
1/10 3187-004
$ (Finances)
1987
1/11-12 3187-004
FS
1990, 1995
1/13 3187-004
Australia
1990
1/14 3187-004
Recipes
1990
1/15 3187-004
Recipes, newspaper clippings
1991
1/16 3187-004
Finances, clippings, correspondence
1992
1/17 3187-004
General Correspondence
1982-1989
1/18-19 3187-004
To-Read: Priority
1989, 1995
1/20 3187-004
Obituaries
1988
1/21 3187-004
Correspondence (To-Do)
1989
1/22 3187-004
Course Outline
1991
1/23 3187-004
Narcissim
1978-1979
1/24 3187-004
"Turning Point" Ellen Goodman
undated
1/25 3187-004
Natural Superiority of Women
1979
1/26 3187-004
Spec. Supp. No 2
1980
1/27 3187-004
PW/NEC Papers
1979
1/28 3187-004
CSS suggestions on Manifesto Editing
1978
1/29 3187-004
CSS trip tp Seattle
1990
1/30 3187-004
1st Draft Introducing the FSF
1977
1/31 3187-004
Misc. Notes
1979
1/32-33 3187-004
Women as Leader
1972
1/34 3187-004
Emancipation of Women
1973
1/35 3187-004
1st Draft Report
1974
1/36 3187-004
CRSP Documents
1983
1/37 3187-004
"Backwardness" Article
1980
1/38 3187-004
Food Planning - clippings
undated
1/39 3187-004
Misc. Material
1991-1992
1/40 3187-004
CF's Meeting with Gloria
1991
1/41 3187-004
Important Press Articles
1991-1992
1/42 3187-004
Press - Anti-Nazis March
1992
1/43 3187-004
San Francisco
1991-1992
1/44 3187-004
Freeway Hall Case
1992
1/45 3187-004
FHC Docs to Read
1992
Series 2: Leaflets
Box/Folder Accession
1/46-48 3187-004
Leaflets
1984-1996
Series 3: Conferences/Plenums/Conventions
Box/Folder Accession
1/49 3187-004
Conferences/Plenums
1996
1/50 3187-004
FSP National Convention
1987
1/51 3187-004
Pol. Res. Edit
1987
1/52 3187-004
FSP Convention
1988
1/53 3187-004
Conv. Docs
1989
1/54 3187-004
Nicaragua Document
1988
1/55 3187-004
FSP National Convention
1988
1/56 3187-004
FSP Convention
1991
1/57 3187-004
Convention Planning
1991
1/58-60 3187-004
FSP Convention
1993
1/61 3187-004
NC Plenum
1996
1/62 3187-004
Plenum
1996
2/1 3187-004
FSP National Convention Plenum
1996
2/2 3187-004
FSP Convention
1997
2/3 3187-004
Convention Finances
1997
2/4 3187-004
Plenum
1998
2/5 3187-004
FSP National Committee Plenum
1998
2/6 3187-004
NCCC Plenum - Food, Budget, Agenda
1994
2/7 3187-004
FSP National Plenum
1992
2/8 3187-004
NC Plenum
1992
2/9 3187-004
Women & Gender Conference / S. Africa
1990
Series 4: Brodine/Weiss
Box/Folder Accession
2/10 3187-004
Weiss Library
1988
2/11 3187-004
K. Brodine Estate
1988
2/12 3187-004
Karen Memorial
1988
2/13 3187-004
Karen B. Arrangements
1987-1988
Series 5: Tours/Travel
Box/Folder Accession
2/14 3187-004
Traveling Comrades Itineraries
1989-1996
2/15 3187-004
Cuba Reading List for Delagates to Cuba
1995-1996
2/16 3187-004
Nancy K's Seattle Visit
1995
2/17 3187-004
Cuba - Yolanda
1994
2/18 3187-004
Cuba - Doug
1993
2/19 3187-004
NRW Eastern Europe Tour
1994
2/20-21 3187-004
NRW Eastern Europe Tour
1993
2/22 3187-004
Charles Moran Visit
1994

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Labor movement--United States
  • Labor movement--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Labor union members--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Labor union unions--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Labor union--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Political parties--United States
  • Radicalism
  • Socialist parties--United States
  • Corporate Names :
  • Communist Party of the United States of America
  • Industrial Workers of the World
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 77
  • Seattle City Light
  • Socialist Workers Party