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After months of struggle, our new google voice is up and running! We apologize if you’ve tried to call and left messages that we haven’t received. You can now call us at the same number, (203) 777-2756




 2015 Annual Meeting 

Revision of GNLHA By-Laws Up For Member Vote at Annual Meeting

Read the proposed changes

Labor History Association to Give Troup Awards to Rick Wolff, Mike Dennehy

June 7, 2015
Annual Conference 
and Meeting

Click here for more information about the conference.

Thanks to the work of our dedicated member, David Cirella, "Our Community at Winchester: An Elm City Story" can now be viewed here in its entirety. Click the image above. Please enjoy and post the link widely!

Our Community at Winchester: An Elm City Story

Our traveling exhibit about workers at the U.S. Repeating Arms Company in New Haven in the 20th century, has moved to the Stetson Branch of the New Haven Free Public Library, 200 Dixwell Avenue, where it will be on display through February 28th. The library is located in the heart of the Dixwell-Newhallville Community, where many of the company's employees and their families lived.

If you haven't yet seen the exhibit, this is an excellent opportunity! There is ample free parking at the back of the library.

For more information, contact joan@laborhistory.org.

Winchester Workers Exhibit showing at
Wells Fargo



Nov. 4, 2014 – Jan. 5, 2015

Wells Fargo Bank Lobby

Corner of Elm and Church Streets
New Haven


Sen. Looney to Join Labor History Association Members to Accept Historic New England Preservation Grant


Check Presentation Event to be held Monday, August 25th at
3 pm in the Atrium of New Haven’s City Hall, 165 Church Street


Here come the Wobblies!

Japanese Trade Unionists To Visit New Haven, Join May Day Rally And Take A New Haven Labor History Tour 
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Exhibit News

“Our Community at Winchester: An Elm City Story
Now on display at the Council Teachers Building.

“New Haven’s Garment Workers: An Elm City Story”
completes three months on display at the American Labor Museum/ Botto House National Landmark in Haledon, New Jersey.


Read more

Link to full article in the New Haven Register

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Work and Working People 
in Connecticut
Association for the Study of
Connecticut History
Fall Conference

November 1, 2014

CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD

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The Greater New Haven Labor History Association Receives a $1,000 Historic New England 2014 Community Preservation Grant 

The grant will help fund the expansion of its current traveling exhibit, “Our Community at Winchester: An Elm City Story”. 

Read all about it in the New Haven Independent


The check was presented to the organization by Historic New England Executive Vice President Diane Viera on August 25 in New Haven’s City Hall where the exhibit was showing. Pictured above are, left to right: LHA Board members Mary Johnson and Dorothy Johnson; Historic New England Executive Vice President Diane Viera; LHA President Bill Berndtson; Exhibit Curator and LHA Director Joan Cavanagh; State Senator Martin J. Looney; and LHA Board member Lula White.

The photograph was taken by Jeanne Criscola, who designed the exhibit panels.


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2014 Annual Meeting
and Conference

Sunday, April 27th, 2014
1:30–4:30 pm 


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Labor History in the Schools gathers momentum in CT
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GNHLHA members moved forward with a legislative initiative in 2012, called Labor History in the Schools, with endorsement by John Olsen and the CT AFL-CIO Executive Board. The bill came close to being brought to the floor in 2013 and will be coming up again in 2014. Stayed tuned!

GNHLHA in the News
New Haven Register, Jim Shelton, Register Staff
April 10, 2011




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