Hubert C. Wyckoff (1901-1979) Volumes I and II

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The Memoirs of Hubert C. Wyckoff, Jr.

 

Volume 1: Watsonville Recollections

For the complete text [PDF] of Volume I: Watsonville Recollections (E-Scholarship) Includes complete audio (streaming or download) for the oral history. Note: Due to editing by the narrator and the Project, there may be minor differences between the audio recording and the transcript. Please quote from the transcript as the record and not the audio. Audio will be found under "Supporting Material."

For the complete text [PDF] of Volume 1: Watsonville Recollections (UCSC Digital Collections)

1978, xii, 144pp., 4 illus., 1 map

Photo: Hubert C. Wyckoff, Jr., ca. 1930.

This volume includes Wyckoff family history in the Pajaro Valley since the 1850s; Watsonville life at the turn of the century; a commentary on the differences between the communities of Watsonville and Santa Cruz. 

 

 

144 Hubert C. WyckoffVolume 2: Attorney and Labor Arbitrator

For the complete text [PDF] of Volume 2: Attorney and Labor Arbitrator (E-Scholarship) Includes complete audio (streaming or download) for the oral history. Note: Due to editing by the narrator and the Project, there may be minor differences between the audio recording and the transcript. Please quote from the transcript as the record and not the audio. Audio will be found under "Supporting Material."

For the complete text [PDF] of Volume 2: Attorney and Labor Arbitrator (UCSC Library Digital Collections)

1985, 143 pp., 3 illus.

Photo: Hubert C. Wyckoff, Jr. Washington D.C., 1943

Mr. Wyckoff's education at University of California, Berkeley, Harvard Law School, and Hastings College of Law. Early years of legal career in the United States Attorney General's office in Northern California; private legal practice in San Francisco; work as Deputy Administrator for Maritime Labor in the United States War Shipping Administration, 1942-46; history of maritime labor relations and US Merchant Marine; the history of wartime and postwar labor arbitration as an emerging legal field; reflections on the practice and ethics of labor arbitration; the role of arbitration in settling disputes; comments on cases and decisions; career as attorney and arbitrator in Watsonville from 1946 to 1979.