- Madison Labor: Building a City–Building a Movement . Madison, Wis.: Madison Federation of Labor; 1985. 1 VHS video recording (30:00 minutes).
Notes: Tells the story of the first one hundred years of the modern labor movement in Madison, Wisconsin, beginning with the founding in 1893 of the Federated Trades Council, the precursor of the current South Central Federation of Labor.CREDITS: Produced by … Thanks to …
- The Madison Labor News. Madison, Wis.: J.A. Aalberg. 1913-1914. Notes: OCLC 29971675.Official organ of: Madison Federated Trades Council, December 19, 1913-January 30, 1914; Madison Federation of Labor, February 6, 1914- .
Continued by The Wisconsin Labor News. N.B. Available on microfilm at the Library of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin–see their Microfilm P30450 (containing December 19, 1913-July 31, 1914)
- Arnold, Dexter. “Building a City, Building a Movement: Madison Labor”. Union Labor News: The Voice of Labor in South Central Wisconsin. [Madison, Wis.]; 1993 May: 7-11, 13, 15-16.Notes: Well worth looking up, this outstanding and substantial article tells the story of the first one hundred years of the modern labor movement in Madison, Wisconsin, beginning with the founding in 1893 of the Federated Trades Council, the precursor of the current South Central Federation of Labor.
CONTENTS: “Madison Labor–the Early Years, 1893-1929,” p. 7-10; “Organizing a Broader, Stronger Movement, 1930-1940,” p. 11 & 13; “Progress and Empty Promises, 1941-1993,” p. 15-16.