Vol. 1 Numbers one and two from 1974 and 1975 respectively are now available for free download by PLHS members. Both volumes can be purchased by non-members on the shop page. Dating back to the mid-1970s these publications have historical significance of their own.
Vol. 1, No. 1 November 1974 includes:
- Founding of the Pennsylvania Labor History Society on November 17, 1973.
- Report on the first general membership meeting
- Society Notes and Miscellaneous Memoranda
- Reprint from the Pottsville Republican newspaper: Pennsylvania labor historians organize, honor pioneer mine unionists
- Reprint from the Hazelton Standard newspaper: Labor Historical Society Holds First Dinner Here
Vol.1 No. 2 December 1975 contains these articles:
- Report on second annual meeting
- Keyserling: present at the creation of the NLRB
- Labor to Bicentennial
- Introduction by Society member John M. Elliott to the book: The Mollie Maquires and the the Detectives
- Effort to restore citizenship to Eugene Debs
- The Rise And Fall and Rise of Tom Armstrong, by Margie Carlin
- Reprint from The Pittsburgh Press: Labor Movement Historians Find State A Fertile Field