Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Restrictions on Access

Restrictions on Use

Inventory

Subject Terms


Guide to the Harold Pritchett Papers



Manuscript Collection No.: 1475, 1749
Creator: Pritchett, Harold, 1904-
Title: Harold Pritchett papers
Date Span: 1937-1971
Bulk: 1940
Quantity: approximately .33 cubic feet of textual materials
1 sound cassette
Languages: Collection materials are in English.




Biographical Note

Harold Pritchett was born in England in 1904. He immigrated to Canada, and began working in a Port Moody sawmill at age 15. He was the first president of International Woodworkers of America, 1936-1940. Thereafter, he organized woodworkers in British Columbia and was a member of the British Columbia Federation of Labor.

Scope and Content

Consult the scope and content information for each of the accessions listed below.

Restrictions on Access

Access to archival recordings: Due to the fragility of archival tape recordings, potential users may be required to arrange for transfer to digital format before the material can be accessed. Please contact Special Collections for further information.

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.


Inventory

  
Accession No. 1475-001
Harold Pritchett papers, 1937-1971 (Bulk: 1940)
.33 cubic feet of textual materials
1 sound cassette
Scope and Content
One tape, correspondence, reports, ephemera, xerox copies of correspondence.
Restrictions on Access
Access restricted: For terms of access contact repository. Access to archival recordings: Due to the fragility of archival tape recordings, potential users may be required to arrange for transfer to digital format before the material can be accessed. Please contact Special Collections for further information.
Restrictions on Use
Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.
Acquisition Info
Donated by Harold Pritchett, Burnaby, B.C., October 31, 1970.

  
Accession No. 1749-001
Harold Pritchett papers, 1971
16 pages
Scope and Content
Union newspaper-IWA Local 180 bulletin, centennial edition, 1971 containing Pritchett's historical account of IWA.
Restrictions on Access
Open to all users.
Restrictions on Use
Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.
Acquisition Info
Donated by Harold Pritchett, Port Coquitlam, B.C., November 12, 1971.

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Coughlin, Paul.
Orton, O. M.
Pressman, Lee.
Pritchett, Harold,1904---Archives.
Organizations:
Communist Party of the United States of America.
Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)
International Woodworkers of America.
International Woodworkers of America. Local 180, creator.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (AFL)
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