Nbr. 2008, January 2008
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- Guilds, unions, and garment factories: notes on Chinese in the apparel industry.
- Scenes from the garment industry, late 1800s-early 1900s: beyond San Francisco.
- Chinese labor unions in America.
- Chinese guilds in the apparel industry of San Francisco.
- History of Meizhou Gongyi Tongmeng Zonghui (Unionist Guild of America).
- The Chinese American garment industry.
- Jennie Matyas and the national dollar stores factory strike in San Francisco Chinatown.
- Organizing and on strike: portraits of the Chinese Ladies Garment Workers unions Local No. 341 in 1938.
- Labor strike in Chinatown--official statements of parties involved: Chinese Digest, April 1938.
- Female workers in the Chinatown garment industry, 1960s.
- Scenes from the garment industry, 1960s-1970s: setting fashions, negotiating working conditions.
- Made in Chinatown: the decline of San Francisco's garment industry.
- "The only thing I could do was sew": an interview with Li Qin Zhou.
- Scenes from the garment industry, early 2000s: wins garment workers demand back pay, enforcement of labor laws.
- "The loss of the garment industry is part of a cycle": an interview with Fei Yi Chen, community organizer for the Chinese Progressive Association.
- Scenes from a lifetime of sewing for the garment factories: Mrs. Louie Ten Wo Choi (1907-2007).
- Nineteenth-century Oakland Chinese businesses.
- English-Chinese glossary of personal names, corporate names, and garment industry terms.