Winberg, Andrew

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Andrew Winberg was active in the organized labor movement in Aberdeen, Washington for over 50 years. He organized the Bakery And Confectionary Workers, Local 82, in 1911 and served as president from 1918-1927. In 1926, he was elected a freeholder to draft a new charter for the City of Aberdeen. He served as a member of the Aberdeen Board of Education from 1936-1944 and as a trustee of Gray's Harbor Junior College from 1936-1948. From 1936-1948, he was chairman of the Gray's Harbor County Democratic Central Committee. He also served as State Legislator, 1942-1949; and as State Senator, 1951-1958. In 1955, he was appointed as a Commissioner of World's Fair, Century 21.

From the guide to the Andrew Winberg papers, 1917-1978, (University of Washington Libraries Special Collections)

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