Earl Robinson

Earl Hawley Robinson (1910-1991) was a singer-songwriter and composer from Seattle, Washington.

"In the summer of 1936, Al Hayes met Earl Robinson at Camp Unity, a Communist party retreat near Wingdale, New York, where as staff members they prepared musical and theatrical entertainments, as well as campfire skits and sings [sic]."

—Archie Green, Wobblies, Pile Butts, and Other Heroes: Laborlore Explorations (1993)

Ludlow Massacre (with Alfred Hayes)