[Migratory labor; New Jersey, labor boards and supportive organizations]

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
1945-1958
Description
72 v.

Details

Summary note
This material is composed of research work done by Phillip Robb on migratory labor in New Jersey. It is comprised of information from various organizations, agencies, councils, etc. and much of the materials probe working conditions, legal issues, wages, living conditions, and the plight of migrants in general.
Notes
From the holdings of Princeton University Industrial Relations Library.
Contents
  • [1] Collection of 6 letters in chronological order from migrant labor division / by Migrant Labor Division, 1946
  • [2] Minutes: committee on work among migrants / by Edna M. Weston, secretary, 1950
  • [3] Annual report of committee on work among migrants / prepared by Department of Work Among Migrants, New Jersey Council of Churches, 1950
  • [4] Annual report for 1945 presented at the second annual meeting / by New Jersey Council of Churches, Department of Work Among Migrants, 1946
  • [5] Annual report of department of work among migrants / by William W. Payne, Chairman of the Department of Work Among Migrants, 1947
  • [6] Annual report of department of work among migrants / prepared by the New Jersey Council of Churches, 1948
  • [7] Monmouth country: 342 camps listed / by Phillip Robb, [1951]
  • [8] Mercer county - 149 camps listed / by Phillip Robb, [1951]
  • [9] Middlesex county - 165 camps / by Phillip Robb, [1951]
  • [10] Summation of work done by the New Jersey state police, on migratory labor, from May 1, 1945 to October 31, 1945 / by Charles H. Schoeffel, Colonel and Superintendent, New Jersey Department of State Police, 1945
  • [11] Letter to Philip H. Robb regarding information about migration / by Walter H. Edling, Supervisor, Farm Placement, 1951
  • [12] Statement of migratory characteristics for New Jersey / by [Phillip Robb], 1950
  • [13] Visit to Glassboro Service Association / by Phillip Robb, 1951
  • [14] When you need farm hands... / prepared by New Jersey State Employment Service, [1951]
  • [15] New Jersey state horticultural society: Trenton meeting program / prepared by New Jersey State Horticultural Society, 1951
  • [16] New Jersey suggestions for a national agricultural policy / by unknown source, [1951]
  • [17] Violators of migrant labor act go without punishment in state / by James S. Brown, 1949
  • [18] New Jersey potato industry committee 1949 / by New Jersey Potato Industry Committee, 1950
  • [19] Statement to the president's commission on migratory labor / by Leon B. Schachter, President of the Meat, Cannery, and Farm Workers Union, [1951]
  • [20] Interstate continuing committee / by T.N. Hurd, Continuing Committee on Migrant Labor in the East Coast States, [1951]
  • [21] Testimony for the president's commission on migratory labor / by Garden State Service Co-operative Association, 1950
  • [22] Jobs going south for migrant farm workers / flier by N. J. State Employment Office, [1951]
  • [23] Federal court restrains Jersey farmer from hiring child labor / by the U. S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions, 1950
  • [24] Article for presentation to presidential commission studying migrant labor / by Neil E. Moore, Glassboro Service Association, 1950
  • [25] Chapter 102: public laws of 1945 / prepared by Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, 1946
  • [26] Migratory labor employment record: memorandum of interview / prepared by State of New Jersey, Department of Labor and Industry, Division of Employment Security, 1950
  • [27] Preliminary survey of major areas requiring outside agricultural labor / by U.S. GPO, 1947
  • [28] Letter to Phillip Robb regarding migratory labor / by John Queeney, Secretary for Potato Industry Committee, 1950
  • [29] 2 letters to Phillip Robb concerning a copy of a report / by L. B. Schachter, Meat and Cannery Workers Union Local 56, 1950
  • [30] Problems of migratory families / by New Jersey Governor's Committee on Youth, 1950
  • [31] Eighth annual convention program for farmers educational and cooperative union of America / prepared by Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America, 1951
  • [32] Fight on two fronts / by Eastern Division National Farmers Union, 1950
  • [33] Inspection report / prepared by Division of Labor, Bureau of Migrant Labor, [1951]
  • [34] New Jersey annual crop summary - 1949-50 / N.J. government document, 1950
  • [35] Federal interagency committee on migrant labor / by U. S. Department of Labor, Retraining and Reemployment Administration, [1951]
  • [36] Farm labor legislation supplement / legislative supplement, [1951]
  • [37] Excerpts from western field reports / legislative document, [1951]
  • [38] Questions to ask Mr. Schachter / by Phillip Robb, [1951]
  • [39] Farm labor news / published by National Farm Labor Union, 1951
  • [40] Migratory farm workers / by Helen B. Shaffer, 1959
  • [41] Place of returning migrants in a stratification system / by William H. Form and Julius Rivera, 1958
  • [42] Statement on the status of the migrant labor board / by Willette, Schachter and Smith, [1951]
  • [43] Eastern union farmer / by Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America, 1950
  • [44] Thirty-sixth agricultural convention: New Jersey farmers week / prepared by New Jersey Department of Agriculture, 1951
  • [45] Migrant workers in New Jersey: a report for 1948 / prepared by New Jersey Council of Churches, [1949]
  • [46] Surveys of wages of harvest labor in designated special crop areas / by U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1945
  • [47] Agricultural employment service (Northeastern area) / by Commissioner of Labor of Puerto Rico and the United States Employment Service, [1951]
  • [48] Suggested supplies for migrant work / by Home Missions Council of North America, [1951]
  • [49] New Jersey's mission field / by New Jersey Council of Churches, [1951]
  • [50] New Jersey migrant program for the summer of 1948 / prepared by Margaret Harris Ekstrom of the Eastern Area Migrant Staff of the Home Mission Council of North America, [1948].
  • [51] Civic organizations applaud the governor's migrant recommendation / by Interorganization Migrant Committee, 1945
  • [52] Memorandum to the inter-organization committee on migrant problems / by Lenore B. Willette, Chairman of the Consumers League Migrant Committee, 1951
  • [53] 3 articles published in the New York Times regarding migrant workers / published by The New York Times, 1950
  • [54] Various reports of work among migrants in New Jersey / by New Jersey Council of Churches, 1948
  • [55] Migrant labor board meetings / by Migrant Labor Board, 1945-1950
  • [56] Migrant labor tour / by Alvina Fleisch, Secretary for the Migrant Labor Board, 1945
  • [57] Jersey welcomes migrant workers / by Stanley Levey for New York Times, 1950
  • [58] Alien labor's rise arouses concern / by Stanley Levey, special to New York Times, 1950
  • [59] Million a year flee Mexico only to find peonage here / by Gladwin Hill for New York Times, 1951
  • [60] Truman sets study of migrant labor / by Joseph A. Loftus for New York Times, [1951]
  • [61] 'No grapes of wrath' grow in N.J., hearing on migrants is told / published by Philadelphia Inquirer, [1951]
  • [62] Tragedy spurs aid to migrant labor / published by New York Times, 1950
  • [63] Migratory workers' plight again claiming attention / by Gladwin Hill, New York Times, 1950
  • [64] Migratory labor: a problem in east / by Stanley Levey for New York Times, 1950
  • [65] Interests conflict on 'wetback' cure / by Gladwin Hill for New York Times, [1950]
  • [66] Prize potato crop: a jersey problem / published by New York Times, [1950]
  • [67] Peons in the west lowering culture / by Gladwin Hill for New York Times, 1951
  • [68] Peons net farmer: a fabulous profit / by Gladwin Hill for New York Times, 1951
  • [69] Puerto Ricans harvest jersey tomato crop / by Robert A. Poteete for New York Herald Tribune, 1950
  • [70] Child labor rising on farms in state / by Stanley Levey, [1950]
  • [71] U.S. to begin study of migrant labor / by Stanley Levey for New York Times, 1950
  • [72] Southwest winks at 'wetback' use / by Gladwin Hill for New York Times, 1951.
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