The main reason for this episode was to enhance the wonderful and mighty Wurlitzer organ that began playing at
The organ is one of the oldest still playing in a theater since 1929.
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Introduction by Conor Casey and Crystal Rogers (Labor Archives of Washington)
(19:08) Musical Interlude - Seattle Labor Chorus
(21:59) James Gregory, UW Professor of History,
(45:24) Cal Winslow, Director at the Mendocino Institute, and author of Seattle General Strike - The Forgotten History of Labor's Most Spectacular Revolt
(70:21) Dana Frank, Professor of History at UC Santa Cruz, and author of Purchasing Power: Consumer Organizing, Gender, and the Seattle Labor Movement 1919-1929