Biographical Research Center

Interview with Ah Quon McElrath 10/26/2001 tape 3

Interview with Ah Quon McElrath, contemporary of Harriet Bouslog in Hawaiʻi's organized labor movement, recorded on October 26, 2001 for Biography Hawaiʻi: Harriet Bouslog. Topics include the rift that developed between Harriet Bouslog and the ILWU leadership during the Constitutional Convention of 1950, McElrath's perceptions of Bouslog as a person, the staff and work culture of Bouslog's law firm, Bouslog's relationships with Harry Bridges and Jack Hall, and McElrath's assessment of Hawaiʻi's organized labor movement and Bouslog's role in it, post-statehood.

Languages: English


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