Sources For This Exhibit
August 9, 1988 Oral history transcript of an interview with Howard Jenkins, Jr., by Barbara Stoyle Mulhallen from Cornell University, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
The Story of the National Labor Relations Board 1935 – 1995 The First Sixty Years, 1995, The American Bar Association
October 9-10, 1997, Oral History transcript of an interview with Howard Jenkins, Jr. by Roberto L. Corrada, Law Professor at University of Denver School of Law.
The items listed above are available at University of Denver, Special Collection/Archives in the Howard Jenkins, Jr. Collection.
Howard Jenkins, Jr., 87, Dies: NLRB’s First Black Member. Wash. Post. June 3, 2003, at B6.
Marcos Mocine-McQueen, Jenkins 1st black on labor relations board: Denver native, 87, served 1963-83. Denver Post. June 8, 2003, at B-04.
Kennedy fills two posts on NLRB and FPC. Chicago Tribune. Jul. 21, 1963, at 14.
Kennedy to Name First Negro to NLRB. Wash. Post. Jul. 22, 1963, at A2.
President picks Negro for N.L.R.B.: Republican Lawyer Will Join Labor Board Next Month. N.Y. Times. Jul. 22, 1963, at 1.
Objective Labor Expert: Howard Jenkins Jr. 10 Hours A Day. N.Y. Times. Jul. 22, 1963, at 15.
Negro Appointee to NLRB Fills Professor Role. Christian Science Monitor. Jul. 25, 1963, at 11.
N.L.R.B. Nominee Approved. N.Y. Times. Aug. 15, 1963, at 33.
Washington Proceedings. N.Y. Times. Aug. 16, 1963, at 24.