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Cynthia Long
Cyhthia Long working in an electrical closet (early 1980s).
New Yorkers at Work Collection

Giving to the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

Tamiment's collections and public programs tell the stories of organized labor and progressive politics in the United States. Our seminars and conferences, our acquisitions of rare and unique historical collections, and the assistance we provide to researchers are all made possible by your loyal support.

Donations to Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives are 100% tax-deductible.

Tamiment Library Annual Fund
Gifts to the Tamiment Library Annual Fund help us preserve and expand collections in Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives. Forming a unique, internationally-known research center, Tamiment keeps the historical memory of Labor and the Left alive and provides a usable past for today's students, scholars, and activists. Give to the Tamiment Library Annual Fund

The Debra E. Bernhardt Fund
For nearly thirty years, the Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives has preserved the history of working people and made it accessible to union members and the general public. The Debra E. Bernhardt Fund, named for the Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives' founding director, provides much-needed funding for many important programs of the Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives. Give to the Debra E. Bernhardt Fund

Frederic Ewen Academic Freedom Center
In 2006, NYU launched the Frederic Ewen Academic Freedom Center to make its archives accessible for research and facilitate discourse on the subject of academic freedom. Gifts to the Center help us expand its collections, care for fragile and rare materials, and upgrade technology for researchers. Give to the Frederic Ewen Academic Freedom Center


Donating Materials to Tamiment

The Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives continue to build their collections documenting the United States' labor heritage and radicalism. Those who wish to donate historical material should contact Timothy Naftali, either by telephone at (212) 998-2428 or by email at timothy.naftali@nyu.edu


Protest Dr. King's arrest

District 65/UAW Collection

More Information

Please call Michael Pittman at 212-998-2446 with any questions or if you would like to give over the phone.

You can also mail your donation to:

NYU Libraries
Office of the Dean
70 Washington Square South
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New York, NY 10012



Updated 6/24/2013

   
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