See study by J. Wilmerding, ed. (1988).
See his letters (ed. by his wife, Anne W. Lane, and L. H. Wall, 1922).
See biographical study by K. E. Bailes (1962).
See study by J. E. Hendrickson (1967).
(born March 12, 1922, Camden, S.C., U.S.—died Aug. 14, 1999, Washington, D.C.) U.S. labour-union leader. He served as an officer in the U.S. merchant marine and joined the American Federation of Labor (AFL) as a staff researcher in 1948. He was elected secretary-treasurer of the AFL-CIO in 1969 and succeeded George Meany as president in 1979. During Kirkland's tenure (1979–95), the AFL-CIO's membership and political influence waned due to shrinking employment in the U.S. manufacturing sector.
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Lane was named after James H. Lane, a leader of the Jayhawkers abolitionist movement, who served as one of the first Senators from Kansas.
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LANE'S BAKERY AND GIFT SHOP THE BEST PART ABOUT WORKING HERE IS EATING THE TASTY CREATIONS.(CAPITAL REGION BUSINESS JOURNAL)
May 01, 2008; Byline: Pamela Cotant When Jerry Lane starts missing the family-owned bakery business, he starts baking cookies, pies and...