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WFCR (Radio station : Amherst, Mass). (162)
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WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection (163)
Michella M. Marino Oral History Collection (35)
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University of Massachusetts Science Fiction Society Collection (7)
Carl Oglesby Papers (6)
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers (6)
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Amherst (Mass.) - Promotional teaser for UMass Amherst Science Fiction Society movie marathon; introduced by Kari Njiri.
(University of Massachusetts Science Fiction Society Collection)

1989 Nov.
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This oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern focuses on his memories of the Electro Chemical Company where he worked from 1917-1965. He talks about people who worked in the factory, their nationality or religious identities and hiring practices including when he was hired. He recalls memories of the other companies and stores in the neighborhood, tran... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1982 May 14
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In this oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern talks about various aspects of the Electro Chemical Company where he worked from 1917-1965. He mentions Frost Appliance Stores, Bright Star Battery Company, Universal Car Loading, Bert's Trucking, and the Factor which were companies that did business with Electro Chemical. He talks about the ... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1976 Feb. 23
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In this oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern begins by describing some photographs from the 1920s during his employment at the Electro Chemical Plant in New York where he worked from 1917 until his retirement in 1965. He names the locations and occasions of the photos, the people in the photos, their occupations at the plant or their relation to t... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1972 Apr.
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This oral history recording consists of Addie and Gert's memories of the Electro Chemical Company where they both worked. Carl Halpern, other upper management and workers are mentioned. Gert worked there for approximately three years and made $19/week, Addie was there on and off for over 22 years and started at $.35/hour but got up to $50/week when she left in 1945. They both tell anecd... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)


1994 Nov. 26
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In this oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern talks about his memories of Electro Chemical, the company that he worked for from 1917 to 1965. He describes a discriminatory job advertisement that he had to intercept, questionable hiring practices, payoffs, unproductive workers and strikes. He gives some perspective on the view of Jews in th... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1976 June 10
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This oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern focuses on his memories of the Electro Chemical Company where he worked from 1917-1965. Carl begins talking about injuries and safety in the plant and getting the families involved. He talks about the lithography and etching departments, the meter systems, suppliers, the advancement in chemicals and their... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1982 Jan. 18
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In this oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern recalls the Electro Chemical Company where he worked from 1917-1965. He talks about a variety of illegal practices in the company, the people that he worked with, their responsibilities, education, an accident with the acid tanks, union people, companies nearby in the Bronx, taking the train for bu... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1982 Jan. 18
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In this oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern focuses on his memories of the Electro Chemical Company where he worked from 1917-1965. The interview begins with Carl talking about people who worked in the factory, seniority, relations between management and workers, support of family members working together and resolving conflicts within the family of workers. ... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1986
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This oral history interview conducted by son Joel Halpern, Carl Halpern focuses on his memories of the Electro Chemical Company, where he worked from 1917-1965, as well as his childhood growing up in the Bronx. Carl talks about his recollections of Prohibition and the ratification of the 21st Amendment in 1933, how production changed when Prohibition was lifted, and th... more
(Carl Halpern Papers)

Halpern, Carl
1982 Nov. 6