A Guide to Selected Resources in the Duke University Archives
Bailey, Kevin. "Bad Blood on the Ward: A Study of the Politics of Labor Organizing at Duke Hospital, 1974-1976," 1991. (Undergraduate honors paper)
Creamer, Robert. Duke Employees Local 77: Confrontation over Impartial Arbitration of Grievances.
Henderson, David L. A Journal of The Duke Vigil.
Ludwig, Erik K. "First Class Education and "Second Hand" Workers: The Struggle for Unionization During Duke's Decade of Development, 1965-1968," 1998. (Undergraduate honors paper)
Rudman, Michael. "The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1971 and the Consequent Development of the Safety Program at Duke University" (1978) in the Dept. of History. Records, 1924-ongoing, box 4.
Segal, Theodore. "A 'New Genesis'": The Silent Vigil at Duke University, 1977. (Undergraduate honors paper)
Toro, Kim L. "The Silent Vigil" (1992) in the Dept. of Cultural Anthropology. Records, 1973-ongoing, box 1.
University and Organizational Records
Please contact the University Archives concerning the availability of
these materials. Some records are stored off-site while others require
permission for use.
Academic Council Records, 1962-ongoing
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Local 77--History
Frank Traver De Vyver Papers, 1939-1979
In: The Duke Vigil, 1968. Collection, 1968-[ongoing]
North Carolina Public Interest Research Group records, 1970-1983
Duke University. Chancellor. Barnes Woodhall Records, 1969-1970
See Memorabilia Files for information on Local 1199d's efforts to organize in the Medical Center.
Duke University. Chancellor. A. Kenneth Pye. Records, 1960-1983
See Subject Files Series: Labor Relations, Personnel Management. Includes information of Medical Center personnel matters and union activity.
Theodore "Ted" W. Minah Records and Papers, 1941-1975
Ted Minah was the Director of Duke University Dining Halls from 1946-1974.
Duke University Employees Council
Duke University. Office of the Treasurer. Records, 1924-[ongoing]
esp. Series I.C Personnel Policy Committee
Duke University. Opportunity Development Center. Records, 1970-1995
Duke University. Office of the President. Records, 1924-[ongoing]
See especially the Knight administration
Trinity College (Durham, N.C.). Office of the Treasurer, Records, 1891-1924
United Methodist - Presbyterian Ministry. Records, 1933-1974
Vice President for Business and Finance Records, 1962-1985
Don Roy Papers
Donald Francis Roy (1909-1980), industrial sociologist, was a faculty member at Duke University in the Department of Sociology from 1950 until his retirement in 1979. The collection includes material about unionization at Duke.