Order the 2022 Labor History Calendar!

Order Your 2022 PNLHA Labor History Calendar Today!

Posted on by Pacific Northwest Labor History Association

Please consider joining the PNLHA in 2021 to reserve your calendar for 2022! Members who join in 2022 will receive the 2023 calendar.

Many of our local unions buy the calendars and give as a “thank you’” to shop stewards, e-board members & the membership at-large. Some buy and resell to help fund educational or labor history committees. These calendars also make great gifts for family, friends and co-workers! There are many ways to spread the word about

The 2022 calendar includes dozens of historical pictures as well as local union charter dates and major labor events.

A large number of the unions custom imprint their calendars advertising local union information, meeting dates, website/phone number

To order your calendar, email: pnlha.calendar@gmail.com
In your email, let us know:

  • How many calendars you need
  • Your preferred delivery/shipping address
  • Any deadlines for delivery
  • Whether you want a generic calendar or a custom imprint with the logo, contact info, and/or motto of your organization
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As always, each 2021 PNLHA dues paying member is mailed a complimentary calendar.

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