Friday, August 25, 2017
Founded in 1973, the Pennsylvania Labor History Society (PLHS, http://palaborhistory.org) is an organization that focuses on documenting and commemorating the history of working women and workingmen and their labor struggles in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. All PLHS members are volunteers and most are current and retired steelworkers, coal miners, postal workers, schoolteachers, social workers, factory operators, office workers, textile workers, hotel and motel workers, and other workers and high school and college students.
For further information, contact Pennsylvania Labor History Society President Howard Scott at email@example.com.
Membership in the Pennsylvania Labor History Society is open to individuals, organizations, students and retired persons. Annual dues range from $10 to $20 per year. Membership gives you full access to the website and a subscription to the PLHS Journal.