1. Germanson, Kenneth A. “Oral History Interview with Kenneth A. Germanson, 2009”. 2009. 6 audio cassettes, with transcript . Notes: This oral history of Kenneth A. Germanson, a long-time Milwaukee union activist and former president of the Wisconsin Labor History Society, consists of six audio cassettes recorded in 2009 in an interview conducted by Michael A. Gordon, a history professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, along with a full transcript of the interview. Location: Archives, UWM Libraries, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. OCLC Number: 798282041
  2. Jamakaya. Like Our Sisters Before Us: Women of Wisconsin Labor–Based on Interviews Conducted for the Women of Wisconsin Labor Oral History Project. Milwaukee, Wis.: Wisconsin Labor History Society; 1998. 93 p. Notes: Ten female union leaders of Wisconsin, including one African-American, are profiled and at least one photograph of each is provided; the women were most active from the 1940s through the 1970s. This volume also includes a list of the over thirty interviewees of the Women of Wisconsin Labor Oral History Project of the Wisconsin Labor History Society (p. 89-93); all of the project’s audio recordings and additional supporting materials from the interviewees are available to researchers through the Archives Division, State Historical Society of Wisconsin.CONTENTS: Evelyn Donner Day, Milwaukee (Int’l Ladies Garment Workers Union; United Auto Workers), p. 1-8. — Alice Holz, Milwaukee (Office and Professional Employees Int’l Union), p. 9-16. — Evelyn Gotzion, Madison (Federal Labor Union No. 19587; United Auto Workers), p. 17-22. — Catherine Conroy, Milwaukee (Communications Workers of America), p. 23-34. — Nellie Wilson, Milwaukee (United Steel Workers of America), p. 35-45. — Doris Thom, Janesville (Int’l Association of Machinists; United Auto Workers), p. 46-54. — Lee Schmeling, Neenah (Graphic Arts Int’l Union; Graphic Communications Int’l Union), p. 55-61. — Helen Hensler, Milwaukee (Office and Professional Employees Int’l Union), p. 62-71. — Joanne Bruch, Whitewater (Int’l Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers), p. 72-80. — Florence Simons, Milwaukee (Int’l Association of Machinists; United Auto Workers; Allied Industrial Workers), 81-88.
  3. Obach, Brian. “The Wisconsin Labor-Environmental Network: A Case Study of Coalition Formation Among Organized Labor and the Environmental Movement”. Organization and Environment. 1999 Mar; 12(1):45-74.