Annie Honeycutt Interview 3

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00:00:00 - Blacklisting

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Partial Transcript: ANNIE HONEYCUTT: There weren't no fences around there, I mean--

Segment Synopsis: Annie Honeycutt discusses what happened when her father was blacklisted

Keywords: union organizing

Subjects: Blacklisting, Labor; Cannon Mills Company; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Textile Workers' Strike (Southern States : 1934); Textile workers; Women textile workers

00:05:16 - Letters of Compliant

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Partial Transcript: JUDITH HELFAND: -- a letter here. Its a complaint of violation by [B.D Hartzell?].

Segment Synopsis: Judith Helfand asks about some workers who were blacklisted.

Subjects: Blacklisting, Labor

00:06:43 - Strikers

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Partial Transcript: ANNIE HONEYCUTT: When they had anybody that had a job there and didn't have no where to live I could keep two boarders.

Segment Synopsis: Annie Honeycutt discusses taking in boarders, eviction from mill housing, and who is still alive from the union local, and where workers from Cannon Mills went to work after they were blacklisted.

Keywords: aftermath of the strike; eviction from mill village houses; union organizing

Subjects: Blacklisting, Labor; Eviction; Textile Workers' Strike (Southern States : 1934); Textile workers--Labor unions

00:17:38 - Working as an Organizer

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Partial Transcript: JUDITH HELFAND: This is a letter that your husband wrote. Why don't you read it out loud.

Segment Synopsis: Annie Honeycutt discusses her work as a paid organizer.

Keywords: union organizing

Subjects: Textile Workers' Strike (Southern States : 1934); Textile workers--Labor unions

00:24:40 - More Strikers

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Partial Transcript: ANNIE HONEYCUTT: Said, at the time they presented their complaint that consisted of the list 39 members of the union at plant six and for plant five and they claim they were laid off due to union activity.

Segment Synopsis: Annie Honeycutt reads a list of strikers who were blacklisted after the strike

Keywords: aftermath of the strike; legal action after the strike

Subjects: Blacklisting, Labor; Textile Workers' Strike (Southern States : 1934)