Bibliography
Archives
Alexander Papers, Rutgers University (New Brunswick, N.J.). Collection 1957.
These materials were gathered by Robert J. Alexander in Brazil throughout
the 1950s.
Arquivo da Federac;ao das Industrias do Estado de Sao Paulo (FIESP) (Sao
Paulo). Atas de Directoria and Atas das Reuni6es Semanais, Circulares, and
Relat6rios. The FIESP archive includes typed minutes of weekly meetings
from
the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. All the FIESP's internal communications
through its
Circulares as well as its unpublished Relat6rios are located in this
archive.
Arquivo do Centro dos Industriaes de FiaC;ao e Tecelagem de Sao Paulo (Sao
Paulo). This archive contains the center's internal and external communica-
tions along with its Circulares.
Arquivo do Departamento Intersindical de Estatisticas e Estudos S6cio-
Economicos (DIEESE) (Sao Paulo). This archive contains the internal docu-
ments on the DIEESE'S founding, along with copies of all the studies it
has conducted since 1955. Some of the original data collected are also
available.
Arquivo do Servic;o Nacional de Aprendizagem Industrial (SENAI) (Sao
Paulo). The internal documents on early SENAI activities, as well as studies
of factory and labor market conditions, are located in this archive.
Arquivo do Sindicato dos Metalurgicos de Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo). Atas das
Assembleias Gerais and Reuni6es de Diretoria. This archive contains the
reports on the meetings of the union general assemblies and the directorate.
The union's records include copies of various publications, including the
newspaper 0 Metalurgico.
Arquivo do Sindicato dos Texteis de Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo). Atas das Assem-
bleias Gerais and Reuni6es de Diretoria. Like the archive of the Metal-
workers' Union, the Textile Workers' Union archive includes records of
meetings. It also contains some processos and various other materials.
Arquivo Nacional do Brasil (Rio de Janeiro). Secretaria de Presedencia da
Republica, 1930-47; Intervent6ria de Sao Paulo (14.21). This archive
contains processos filed by individuals, unions, trade associations, and so
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