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VII. Sidney Hillman papers, 1930-1946. [series]:
Sidney Hillman and the ACWA played crucial roles in founding the CIO. Hillman's correspondence with Walter Reuther and George Addes of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and Emil Rieve of the Textile Workers' Organizing Committee reflects that effort.

The Roosevelt era brought both increased visibility and power to Hillman and the union. In 1933, Hillman was chosen to serve on the National Recovery Administration's Labor Advisory Board. The materials from this NRA period describe the Roosevelt administration's attempts to draw up codes of fair competition to determine production quotas and fix wages and hours in order to bring about economic recovery. The NRA records also contain Hillman's correspondence with government officials as well as leaders of labor unions and of private firms. There are also some reports and raw data used by the NRA in developing its codes.

In 1940, as U.S. involvement in World War II became increasingly likely, Roosevelt organized the National Defense Advisory Commission (NDAC) to coordinate economic mobilization for the war. Hillman was named to the Commission; later he was tapped to be associate director of the War Production Board. The NDAC materials in this collection document Hillman's experiences and include correspondence with William Knudsen. There are also some reports and directives prepared by the War Production Board.

Other notable topics include: aid to free labor organizations in Europe during World War II; anti-fascist efforts by U.S.labor organizations; civil rights; the clothing trade in the U.S. and Canada; economic conditions during the depression, particularly in the U.S. garment industry; international labor activities; Jewish workers in Palestine; labor organizing in the U.S. and Canada; relations with other unions; the Spanish Civil War, including labor aid to and participation in the Republican cause; union involvement in politics and government in the U.S.; the role of women and minorities in the labor movement; and worker education.

Notable individuals represented in the collection include: Mary Anderson; John B. Andrews; August Bellanca; Dorothy Bellanca; George Berry; S.M. Blinken; Louis Brandeis; Harry Bridges; John Brophy; Max Danish; Clarence Darrow; Gladys Dickason; David Dubinsky; Lillian Hellman; Charles J. Hendley; Arturo Giovannitti; Henry Green; William Green; J.B.S. Hardman; Bessie Hillman; Horace Kallen; Paul Kellogg; Philip La Follette; Robert La Follette; Fiorello LaGuardia; Herbert H. Lehman; John L. Lewis; Sinclair Lewis; Jay Lovestone; Homer Martin; Lucy Mason; Tom Mooney; Reinhold Niebuhr; Frances Perkins; Charles Poletti; Lee Pressman; Walter Reuther; Emil Rieve; Eleanor Roosevelt; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Rose Schneiderman; Upton Sinclair; Harry Truman; B.C. Vladeck; Robert F. Wagner; Henry Wallace; Walter White; and Matthew Woll.

Additional organizations of significance represented include: local unions and joint boards of the ACWA; the American Civil Liberties Union; American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; American League Against War and Fascism; the AFL; the CIO; the Fur and Leather Workers' Union; Hart, Schaffner, and Marx; Hickey Freeman and Company; the Jewish Daily Forward; the Journeymen Tailors Union; Labor's Non-Partisan League; the NAACP; the NRA; the Socialist Party (U.S.); the Steel Workers' Organizing Committee; the Textile Workers Organizing Committee; the Textile Workers Union of America; the UAW; the U.S. Department of Labor and its Women's Bureau; the Urban League; the Women's Trade Union League; and the Workmen's Circle.

The papers from the early 1930s are extremely fragmentary; consequently, little material documenting the devastating effect of the early Depression years on the ACWA remains. The campaign to organize shirt and pants workers during the mid- to late 1930s is somewhat better documented, and is described by Hillman's correspondence with organizers in Rochester (N.Y.), Cincinnati, and Philadelphia.

 
A. Correspondence, 1930-46. [subseries]:
  66  
Abbott, Grace (Social Service Review, University of Chicago) 1936
  66  
Abt, John (ACWA attorney) 1938 amendments to the Wagner Act
  66  
Adamic, Louis (American Committee for Yugoslav Relief) 1945
  66  
Addams, Jane (Hull House) 1930
  66  
Addes, George (United Automobile Workers) 1938
  66  
Affiliated School for Workers, 1938
  66  
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 1935-36
  66  
Alabama State Industrial Union Council, 1940
  66  
Allis Chalmers Workers, 1940
  66  
Aluminum Workers of America (International Union) 1938
  66  
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers (Cleveland Lodge) 1939
  66  
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1936-38 convention invitations
  66  
Amalgamated Clothing Workers (general communications) 1938
  66  
Amalgamated Housing Corp., 1935
  66  
Amalgamated Life Insurance, 1945
  66  
Amalgamated Trust and Savings Bank (Chicago) 1936-45
  66  
American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1930
  66  
American Arbitration Association, 1938
  66  
American Association for Labor Legislation, 1935-38
  66  
American Civil Liberties Union, 1936-37
  66  
American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born, 1938
  66  
American Federation of Actors, 1935
  66  
American Federation of Government Employees, 1935
  66  
American Federation of Labor, 1935-36, 1940
  66  
American Friends of the Soviet Union, 1936
  66  
American Fund for Political Prisoners and Refugees (George Novak) 1938
  66  
American Labor Party (1936-45)
  66  
American League Against War and Fascism, 1935-37
  66  
American Magazine, 1943
  66  
American Public Welfare Association, 1936
  66  
American Student Union (1937) includes correspondence with Joseph Lasch and James Wechsler
  66  
American Youth Congress, 1936-40
  66  
Ameringer, Oscar, 1936-40
  66  
Anderson, Mary (Women's Bureau, U.S. Dept. of Labor) 1930-38
  66  
Andrews, John B. (American Association for Labor Legislation) 1930-40
  67  
Anderson, Paul
  67  
Anthracite Tri-District News
  67  
Apparel Codes Label Council (National Industrial Recovery Administration) 1935
  67  
Applications (job) 1937-40
  67  
Associated Clothing Manufacturers, Inc., 1936
  67  
Atlanta Federation of Trades, 1936
  67  
Automobile Workers of America (United) 1937-39 including correspondence with Homer Martin, George Addes, and Walter Reuther
  67  
Automobile Workers of America (United) Local 248 & 249, Allis Chalmers, 1938
  67  
A (general) 1930-45
  68  
Baerwald, Paul, 1940
  68  
Bakery Wagon Drivers and Salesmen Union
  68  
Baldwin, Roger (American Civil Liberties Union) 1932-36
  68  
Baltimore Clothing Manufacturers Association, 1936-39
  68  
Barbash, Jack, 1936
  68  
Barbers and Beauty Cutters of America (National Organizing Committee) 1940
  68  
Barberton Industrial Union Council, 1939
  68  
Barkin, Solomon (Labor Studies Section, Dept. of Commerce) 1936
  68  
Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1932
  68  
Barton, Bruce, 1938
  68  
Barone, Salvatore, 1938
  68  
Baruch, Bernard (n.d.)
  68  
Beck, David (Teamsters Union) 1934
  68  
Bedacht, Max (IWO) 1937
  68  
Bellanca, August, 1935-41
  68  
Bellanca, Dorothy, 1938
  68  
Bellanca, Frank, 1935
  68  
Benson, Elmer (Minnesota Senator and Governor) 1936-38
  68  
Berry, George (Labor's Non-Partisan League) 1934-36
  68  
Bevin, Ernest (British Labour Party) 1941
  68  
Biddle, Francis (Labor Disputes Board, and Solicitor General) 1935-40
  68  
Billikopf, Frank (NLRB. Philadelphia Regional Office) 1934-38
  68  
Biographical Encyclopedia of the World, 1942
  68  
Bisno, Beatrice (N.Y.C. Emergency Relief Bureau) 1938
  68  
Bittner, Van A. (CIO) 1937
  68  
Blinken, S.M. (1937-38)
  68  
Bliven, Bruce (New Republic) 1930-36
  68  
Block, Reuben (Organizer, Allentown, Pa.) 1938
  68  
Blumberg, Hyman (New York Joint Board) 1936
  68  
Boas, Franz (Anthropologist) 1938
  68  
Bond Clothes, 1937-38
  68  
Bookkeepers, Stenographers and Accountants Union, 1936
  68  
Boston Chamber of Commerce, 1941
  68  
Branden, Maxwell (ACWA attorney) 1938
  68  
Brandeis, Louis, 1937
  68  
Bridges, Harry, West Coast Regional Director (CIO) 1938
  68  
Brooklyn Federation of Workers, 1935
  68  
Brooks, George, 1941
  68  
Brookwood Labor College, 1936
  68  
Brophy, John (Director CIO) 1935-38
  68  
Brotherhood of Railroad Steamship Clerks, 1936
  68  
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen (including correspondence of A.F. Whitney) 1937-39
  68  
Broun, Heywood, 1930-37
  68  
Buckler, R.T. (Congressman, Minnesota) 1935
  68  
Building Employees Industrial Federation, 1936-38
  68  
Bureau of National Affairs, 1938
  68  
Busch, Arbitration, 1939
  68  
Butte Miners Union #1 (International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers) 1939
  68  
Byrnes, James F. (Senator, South Carolina) 1941
  69  
B (general) 1927-37
  69  
B (general) 1938-45
  69  
Cahan, Abraham (Jewish Daily Forward) 1936
  69  
Calverton, V.F. (Modern Monthly) 1936
  69  
Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers (United) 1940
  69  
Carey, James B. (United Electrical Workers) 1936-37
  69  
Carpenters and Joiners (United Brotherhood of) 1939
  69  
Cambria, Pennsylvania, Central Labor Union, 1938
  69  
Catalanotti, Jacob (New York Joint Board) 1938
  69  
Celler, Emanuel (Congressman, Brooklyn) 1938
  69  
Chalmers, Allan Knight (Emergency Peace Campaign) 1936
  69  
Chamber of Commerce of the Apparel Industry, 1938
  69  
Chatman, Abraham (Rochester Joint Board) 1930, 1941
  69  
Chicago Industrial Federation of Clothing Manufacturers (includes report "Effect of Stoppages on Production Schedules") 1932
  69  
Children's and Infants' Wear, Housedress and Bathrobe Makers' Union, 1939
  69  
China Relief (United) 1943
  69  
Cigar Salesmen's Union. 1938
  69  
Civilian Conservation Corps., 1938
  69  
Cleaning and Dye House Workers Union (International Association of) 1937
  69  
Cleveland Newspaper Guild, 1938
  69  
Cohen, Joseph and Sons, Variety Clothing Inc., 1935-40
  69  
Chemical Workers Union, 1939
  69  
Clothing Contractors Association, 1935
  69  
Clothing Drivers and Helpers Union, 1940
  69  
Clothing Factory Managers' and Foremen's Union, 1937
  69  
Clothing Manufacturers Association of the USA, 1938
  69  
Clothing Unemployment Fund (New York) 1940
  69  
Clothing Workers Federation (Amsterdam) 1935
  69  
Commerce (U.S. Dept. of) 1935
  69  
Commercial Telegraphers Union, 1937
  69  
Committee for Concerted Peace Efforts, 1938
  69  
Committee on Economic Security, 1935
  70  
Committee for Ratification of the Child Labor Amendment, 1937
  70  
Common Sense including correspondence with Sheldon Rodman and Alfred Bingham, 1937
  70  
Commons, John R. (University of Wisconsin) 1930
  70  
Commonwealth College, 1935-38
  70  
Commonwealth Federation of New York (Alfred Bingham) 1937
  70  
Communication Association (American) CIO 1938
  70  
Communist Party, 1937
  70  
Community Church of New York (John Haynes Holmes) 1936-38
  70  
Community Mobilization for Human Needs, 1938
  70  
C.I.O. (Congress and Committee for Industrial Organizations) 1935-45
  70  
Connecticut Federation of Labor, 1935-36
  70  
Congratulatory letters for Sidney Hillman's appointment to Wartime Office of Production Management, 1940
  70  
Congress, U.S. Letters from various congressmen concerning the Wage and Hour Bill of 1938
  70  
Consumers League, 1932-38
  70  
Consumers Research (correspondence concerning 1936 strike)
  70  
Consumers Wholesale Clothiers of Hightstown, New Jersey, 1938
  70  
Cook, Walter, 1938
  70  
Cooks and Kitchen Workers Union of New York, 1936
  70  
Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation (Dept. of Commerce) 1936
  70  
Corey, Lewis, 1937
  70  
Cornell University (1930-36) correspondence with representatives of various student organizations concerning proposed speaking engagements.
  70  
Council Bluffs (Iowa) Central Labor Union, 1939
  70  
Crank letters (some anti-Semitic) 1940-43
  70  
Crayon Workers Industrial Union, 1938
  70  
Crawford, Morris (Fairchild Publications - Publisher of Women's Wear Daily) 1934-41
  70  
Curran, Joseph (National Maritime Union) 1936-40
  70  
C (general) 1930-37
  71  
C (general) 1937-38
  71  
C (general) 1939-42
  71  
C (general) 1945-46
  71  
Daily Worker, 1936
  71  
Dairy Employees Union, 1934
  71  
Danish, Max (Justice) 1935-38
  71  
Darrow, Clarence (photocopies of undated letters)
  71  
Davidson, Tecia (Secretary to Sidney Hillman) 1930-40
  71  
Davis, Jerome (Yale University Divinity School) 1930
  71  
Davis, John (Joint Committee on National Recovery) 1934
  71  
Davis, Leon (Retail Drug Store Employees Union) 1938
  71  
DeCaux, Len (CIO publicity director) 1938-39
  71  
Democratic National Committee, 1936-40
  71  
Democratic State Committee, 1936-37
  71  
Denny, George Jr. (League for Political Education) 1936
  71  
Department Store Employees Union, Local 1250, CIO, 1938
  71  
Deppe, W.B., 1936
  71  
Dewey, John (League for Independent Political Action) 1932
  71  
Dewey, Thomas (New York District Attorney) 1936
  71  
Dickason, Gladys (Research Director, ACWA) 1934-40
  71  
Dining Car Employees Joint Council, 1939
  71  
Drechsler, David (ACWA attorney) 1935
  71  
Drug Worker, 1938
  71  
Dubinsky, David (International Ladies' Garment Workers Union) 1934-43
  71  
Dyers Federation (AFL) 1937-41
  71  
D (general) 1930-46
  71  
Eagle Clothes of N.Y., 1935-37
  71  
Easton (Pa.) Central Labor Union, 1936
  71  
Easton (Pa.) Trousers Company, 1936
  71  
Economic Club of N.Y. (Robert Ely) 1937
  71  
Education (Board, New York City) 1935-38
  71  
Eichelberger, Clark (American Union for Concerted Peace Efforts) 1940
  71  
Electoral Colleges of the United States, 1936-37
  71  
Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Union (United) 1938, 40-41
  71  
Electrical Workers (Amalgamated) 1937
  72  
Elet, Louis, 1937
  72  
Ellenbogden, Henry (Congressman, Pa.) 1937
  72  
Elizabeth (New Jersey) Shirt Manufacturers Association, 1936
  72  
Ernst, Morris (Attorney) 1936, 38
  72  
Ervin, Charles (ACWA organizer) 1936
  72  
Ethical Culture (Society for) 1937, 40
  72  
Ethridge, Mark (President's Committee on Fair Employment Practices) 1942
  72  
Evarts, Charles (Attorney for Assembled Products Tapes) 1938
  72  
Ezeckiel, Mordecai (Economic Advisor, Dept. of Agriculture) 1935-36, 38
  72  
E (general) 1932-42
  72  
Fairchild Publications (Women's Wear Daily) 1930-42
  72  
Farley, James (Postmaster General) 1936-40
  72  
Farm Laborers and Cotton Field Workers Union, 1937
  72  
Farmers Union, 1938-44
  72  
Federal Council of Churches, 1935
  72  
Federal Emergency Relief Administration, 1935
  72  
Federal Security Administration, 1942
  72  
Federal Labor Union #18344 (Syracuse, N.Y. Remington Rand workers) 1936
  72  
Federal Security Agency, 1942
  72  
Federal Unionists (For a Union of Democratic Nations) 1940
  72  
Federal Workers of America (United) 1938-39
  72  
Federal Works Agency, 1940
  72  
Federated Labor Schools of Western Pennsylvania, 1938
  72  
Federation of Flat Glass Workers, 1939
  72  
Federation of Jewish Welfare Organizations, 1932
  72  
Feinstone, Morris (United Hebrew Trades) 1935
  72  
Feiss, Richard, 1935-38
  72  
Field, Marshall, 1940-42
  72  
Fine and Sons Manufacturing (New York) 1935-41
  72  
Fitch, John A. (New York School of Social Work) 1932
  72  
Fitzpatrick, John (Chicago Federation of Labor) 1 telegram - 1937
  72  
Flynn, Edward (Democratic National Committee) 1932-42
  72  
Flynn, John (Tamiment Economic and Social Institute) 1936
  72  
Folsom, Frank (Advisory Commission to the Council for National Defense) 1941
  72  
Food Organizer, 1936
  72  
Ford Hall Forum, 1938
  72  
Foreign Policy Association, 1930-38
  72  
Foreign Relations (Council on) 1936-38
  72  
Forrestal, James (Under Secretary of the Navy) 1941
  72  
Fosdick, Harry (Riverside Church) 1936
  72  
Fosdick, Raymond, 1930
  72  
Foster, William T., 1938
  72  
Fox, Mary (Workers Defense League) 1938
  72  
Fraid, H.J. (Manager, Associated Clothing Manufacturers of Quebec) 1938
  72  
Frank Brothers (Clothing Manufacturers, Louisville) 1938
  72  
Frankensteen, Richard (United Automobile Workers) 1936
  72  
Frankfurter, Felix (Harvard University Law School and U.S. Supreme Court) 1930-42
  72  
Free Synagogue of N.Y., 1931
  72  
Frey, John P. (AFL Metal Trades Dept.) 1935
  72  
Friedman, Elisha, 1938
  72  
Friends of the Soviet Union, 1935
  72  
Frontier Films, 1938
  72  
Fuchs, Louis (Neckwear Workers Union) 1943
  72  
Fur and Leather Workers Union (International) 1929-40
  73  
F (general) 1930-45
  73  
Garment Manufacturers Association (International) 1937-38
  73  
Garment Workers (United) 1935
  73  
Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers (National Council of) CIO, 1942
  73  
General Executive Board (communications sent to GEB members) 1936-38
  73  
Genis, Sander (Minnesota Joint Board) 1937
  73  
Gerber, Ludwig (Secretary, Brooklyn Borough President) 1938
  73  
Germer, Adolph (CIO New York Regional Director) 1935-40
  73  
Gilmartin, Aaron (Labor and Socialist Defense Committee) 1935
  73  
Giovannitti, Arturo (Italian Labor Education Bureau) 1935-39
  73  
Gitlow, Benjamin, 1940
  73  
Gittens, Winifred (Negro Labor Committee) 1935
  73  
Globe Tailoring (Cincinnati) 1936-37
  73  
Glove Workers Union of America (International) 1936-37
  73  
Gold, Ben (President, International Fur and Leather Workers Union) concerning the Jewish People's Committee Against Fascism and Anti-Semitism) 1937-38
  73  
Goldberg, Louis (American Labor Party (ALP) attorney) 1936
  73  
Goldman, William (NY Clothing Manufacturer) 1935
  73  
Goldstein, Judge Jonah (1936-37)
  73  
Goldstein, Harold (International Fur and Leather Workers Union) 1935
  73  
Good Neighbor League, 1936
  73  
Goodell, Francis (Emergency Exchange Associates) 1932-37
  73  
Goodman, Sadie (clothing worker) 1938
  73  
Goodstein, Daniel (Top Coat Manufacturers) 1935
  73  
Gorman, Francis (United Textile Workers of America) 1935-36
  73  
Government Employees (American Federation of) 1936
  73  
Great Britain. Embassy (1945)
  73  
Greco, Sarah (Rochester Joint Board) 1942
  73  
Green, Henry, 1935, 38
  73  
Green, William (president AFL) 1934-36
  73  
Greenberg Clothes, 1940
  73  
Grief, Irving, 1944
  73  
Grossman Clothing, 1935-37
  73  
Guffey, Senator Joseph, 1945
  73  
Guigui, Albert (secretary, Confederation Generale du Travail (CGT) ) 1943
  73  
G (general) 1930-45
  74  
Halpern, Julia (Office of Production Management) 1942
  74  
Hansen, E.M. (Brotherhood of Steamship Clerks) 1938
  74  
Henson, Francis (Emergency Committee for Political Refugees) 1935
  74  
Hapgood, Powers (United Shoe Workers) 1937
  74  
Hardmann, JBS (Advance) 1938-41
  74  
Harriman, Pat (Senate Committee on Finance) 1938
  74  
Harvard University (1936-40)
  74  
Hart, Schaffner and Marx concerning the administration of the contract, 1936-40
  74  
Hatters, Cap and Millinery Workers (United) 1935-39
  74  
Haywood, Allan (CIO NY Regional Director) 1938-42
  74  
Hebrew Butcher Workmen's Union, 1938
  74  
Held, Adolph, 1937-40
  74  
Hellman, Lillian, 1938
  74  
Hendley, Charles (President, Teachers Union of the City of New York) 1935-38
  74  
Herndon, Angelo (l telegram regarding Herndon's parole) 1940
  74  
Herrick, Elinore (NLRB New York Regional director) 1935-38
  74  
Hershkowitz, Nathan (son of clothing worker) 1938
  74  
Herring, Charles (the American Interracial Seminar) 1930
  74  
Hetzel, Ralph (secretary, CIO) 1938-39
  74  
Hibbing, Minnesota Iron Range Industrial Union, 1939
  74  
Hickey Freeman Company, 1932-40
  74  
Highlander Folk School, 1942
  74  
Hillman, Bessie, 1937
  74  
Hillquit, Morris, 1931
  74  
Hillyer, Mary (League for Industrial Democracy) 1935
  74  
Hirschhorn, Hy, (Includes an issue of Champion newsletter) 1936
  74  
Hiss, Alger (UN Conference on International Organization) 1945
  74  
Hodson, William (Welfare Council of NY) 1931
  74  
Hoehler, Fred (Director, American Public Welfare Association) 1936
  74  
Hollander, Louis (New York Joint Board) 1938
  74  
Hopwood, Harry, 1938
  74  
Hosiery Workers, American Federation of 1935-36
  74  
Hospital Employees Union of Greater NY, 1936
  74  
Hotels (correspondence concerning reservations) 1941
  74  
Housing Authority (US)
  74  
Howard, Charles (International Typographical Union) 1935-36
  74  
Howard Manufacturing Corporation, 1935-41
  74  
Howard, Earl Dean (Northwestern University) 1930-42
  74  
Hubert, Peter (United Electrical Workers) 1938
  74  
Hull, Cordell (Secretary of State) 1940
  74  
Hull House (including correspondence with Charlotte Carr) 1938-42
  74  
H (general) 1930-42
  75  
Ickes, Harold (Secretary of the Interior) 1940
  75  
Industrial Conference Board (National) 1937, 40
  75  
Inland Boatmen's Union of the Pacific, 1940
  75  
Invitations
  75  
Isovitz, H. (1930 convention)
  75  
I (general) 1930-46
  75  
Jackson, Gardner (Labor's Non-Partisan League) 1935-40
  75  
Jackson, Robert (Solicitor General, Attorney General) 1938-41
  75  
Jacobs, Mrs. Edward (Hadassah) 1932
  75  
Javits, Benjamin (N.Y. attorney) 1936
  75  
Jersey City. Office of the Mayor, 1946
  75  
Jewish Appeal (United) 1935-40
  75  
Jewish Congress (American) 1936-38
  75  
Jewish Daily Forward, 1930-42
  75  
Jewish Frontier, 1936-41
  75  
Jewish Labor Bund, 1940
  75  
Jewish National Workers Alliance, 1936-37
  75  
Jewish People's Committee (l telegram, n.d.)
  75  
Jewish Philanthropies (Associated) 1938
  75  
Jewish Workers in Palestine (National Labor Committee) 1935-38
  75  
Jewelry Workers Union (International) 1938
  75  
Johnson, R.W. (Johnson and Johnson) 1934-38
  75  
Joint Boycott Council, 1938
  75  
Joint Committee on Unemployment, 1932
  75  
Jones, Jessie (Secretary of Commerce) 1942
  75  
Jones, (Mother) Mary Harris (1930 birthday greetings)
  75  
J (general) 1930-42
  75  
Kahn Tailoring Company (Indianapolis) 1936
  75  
Kahn, Walter (Office of Price Administration) 1942
  75  
Kallen, Horace (New School for Social Research) 1936-41
  75  
Kamet, Lawrence (Social Work Today) 1938
  75  
Kaminsky, Ben, 1937
  75  
Kaminsky, Paul, 1938-43
  75  
Kappel, Samuel (Howard Clothes) 1943
  75  
Kaufmann, Dept. Store (Pittsburgh) 1938-40
  75  
Kaufman, Isaac, 1936
  75  
Kaynee Company (Boys Clothes Cleveland) 1940
  75  
Keenan, Joseph (Assistant Attorney General) 1938
  75  
Kellogg, Paul (Survey) 1930-38
  75  
Kennedy, Joseph P. (1936) concerning tribute to Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  75  
Kennedy, Thomas (UMW) 1935-38
  76  
Kern, Edward (New Film Alliance) 1936
  76  
Kern, Paul (NYC Civil Service) 1936-40
  76  
Kirkpatrick, Florence, 1938
  76  
King, Ramsay, Connor Defense Committee (Pacific Coast Marine, Firemen's Union) 1940
  76  
Kirstein, Louis (William Filene and Sons, Boston) 1936-38
  76  
Kling Bros., and Co. (Chicago) 1935-40
  76  
Knitgoods Joint Council (ILGWU) 1936
  76  
Knox, Frank (Secretary of Navy) 1941
  76  
Knudsen, William (Office of Production Management) 1941-42
  76  
Kochler, Hilda, 1938
  76  
Koppelmann, Herman (Congressman from Connecticut) 1938
  76  
Kovno, Jewish Industrial Union Council, 1930
  76  
Kroll, Jack (Cincinnati Joint Board) 1936
  76  
Krzycki, Leo (CIO organizer, Akron, Chicago and Detroit) 1936
  76  
Kucharo, Herman (Men's Clothes) 1945
  76  
Kurtz, David (National Boys Blouse and Men's Shirt Manufacturers Assoc.) 1935
  76  
Kwapiszewski, Michael (Counselor, Polish Embassy) 1941
  76  
K (general) [1929], 1930-44
  76  
Labor Chest (for the Relief and Liberation of the Workers in Europe) 1936
  76  
Labor Congress (United) of Mahoning County, Ohio (1937)
  76  
Labor Department (New York State) including correspondence with secretary Rose Schneiderman, Women's Dept., Director Frieda Miller, 1935-39
  76  
Labor Defender, 1935-43
  76  
Labor (U.S. Department of) correspondence with the Labor Department's administrative staff (Frances Perkins letters are filed separately) concerning child labor, minimum wage, Walsh Healey Act, old age security, textile workers organizing drive and unemployment insurance, 1935-41
  76  
Labor Housing Forum, 1935
  76  
Labor News Service, 1935
  77  
Labor's Non-Partisan League (1936-40) correspondence with George Berry (President), E.L. Oliver, (Vice-President) and other League officers, includes 1936 Declaration of Principles.
  77  
Labor Organization (International) 1937
  77  
Labor Press Associates, 1940
  77  
Labor Stage (Louis Schaffer) 1937
  77  
Ladies Garment Workers Union (International) 1934
  77  
Ladies' Handbag, Pocketbook and Novelty Workers Union, 1941
  77  
LaFollette, Phillip (Governor of Wisconsin) 1936-38
  77  
LaFollette, Robert (Senator from Wisconsin) 1930-37
  77  
LaGuardia, Fiorello (Mayor of New York) 1930-41
  77  
Laidler, Harry (League for Industrial Democracy) 1930-36
  77  
Lake County (Illinois) Labor Council 1937
  77  
Lamneck, A.P. (Congressman from Ohio) 1935
  77  
Landau, Abraham (Julius Schwartz and Sons Clothing Manufacturers) 1941
  77  
Landon, Samuel, Local 98, Philadelphia, 1932
  77  
Lang, Fannie (Organizer, Cincinnati) 1938
  77  
Lash, Joseph (Student League for Industrial Democracy) 1935-40
  77  
Lasnick, William (Morristown, Tennessee Clothing Worker) 1938
  77  
Lauck, William Jett (Economist, UMW and CIO) 1937-38
  77  
Laundry Owners Association of New York, 1938-40
  77  
Laundry Workers Joint Board, 1937-42
  77  
Lawson, John C. (Quarry Workers' International Union) 1938
  77  
Lawton, S.J. (National Association for Taxation of Labor Displacing Devices) 1935
  77  
Leach, Henry (Forum) 1936-37
  77  
League for Industrial Democracy, 1938
  77  
League for Labor Palestine, 1934
  77  
League of Nations Association, 1938
  77  
League for Political Education, 1935
  77  
Leather Workers Association, 1936
  77  
Leather Workers Union (United) 1938
  77  
Lehman, Herbert (Governor of NY) 1928-40
  77  
Leiserson, William (National Mediation Board) 1936
  77  
Lerman, Frank (Boston Joint Board) 1940
  77  
Leventhal, Henry Inc. (Boston Manufacturer) 1938
  77  
Levin, Lawrence (regarding the Equal Rights Amendment) 1942
  77  
Levin, Samuel (Chicago Joint Board) 1935-40
  77  
Levinson, Morris (Los Angeles Clothing Worker) 1939
  77  
Levy, Joseph (Crawford Clothes) 1938-41
  77  
Levy, Matthew (Judge, NYC) 1938
  77  
Levy, Samuel, 1941
  77  
Lewis, A.D. (UMW) 1937
  77  
Lewis, A.T. (ACWA organizer, Norfolk, Va.) n.d.
  78  
Lewis, John L. (UMW and CIO) 1935-40
  78  
Lewis, Sinclair (author) 1930
  78  
Licastro, Philip (Organizer, Syracuse) 1940
  78  
Lieberman, Elias (attorney, regarding NRA labor standards and the Child Labor Amendment) 1935-37
  78  
Liebowitz, Max J. (ACWA attorney, New York, N.Y.) 1937
  78  
Liberty League, 1935-36
  78  
Liepold, Karl (Clothing Worker, fired because he ran for sheriff. Atchinson, Kansas 1934)
  78  
Lincoln Brigade (Friends of the) 1938
  78  
Lippman, Walter, 1940
  78  
Lischinsky, S.A. (ACWA Wage and Hour Bureau) 1939-40
  78  
Lithuanian Jews (Farband of) (in Hebrew) 1938
  78  
Lodge, Henry Cabot (Senator) 1937
  78  
Loeb, Philip, 1940
  78  
Lord, James (UMW) 1934
  78  
Lore, Ludwig, (author) 1938, 40
  78  
Los Angeles Central Labor Council, 1935
  78  
Los Angeles City Council, 1943
  78  
Lovestone, Jay (Workers Age) 1937-38
  78  
Lowenberg, Henry A. (attorney), 1936-38
  78  
Lowenthal, Max (Senate Committee on Commerce) 1936-38
  78  
Lorwin, Lewis (International Labour Office, Geneva) 1938
  78  
Lubell, Bros. (N.Y. clothing manufacturer) 1935-38
  78  
Lund, R. (clothing worker) 1938
  78  
Lundeen, Ernest (Senator Minn.) 1936-38
  78  
Lyons, John, 1935-37
  78  
L (general) 1929-42
  78  
McAnally (Iowa Federation of Labor) 1935
  78  
McCallister, Frank (Workers Defense League) 1940
  78  
McCarthy, Frank (Iowa Union Labor Review) 1939
  78  
McClellan, John (Senator, Arkansas) 1935
  78  
McConnell, Donald (Conference on Pan American Democracy) 1932-38
  78  
McConnell, Bishop Francis (Joint Committee on Unemployment and American Relief Ship to Spain) 1932-38
  78  
McCormack, John (Senator, Mass.) 1941
  78  
McFadden, Jack (U.C.A.P.A.W.A. Local 30, Yuma, Arizona) 1935
  78  
McGinley, Charles (Oil Workers' Union Local 412, Monahans, Texas) 1940
  78  
Machine Tool Builders Association of Cleveland, 1938
  78  
Machine, Tool and Die Local #155 (Philadelphia) Resolution re CIO, n.d.
  78  
Machinists (International Association of) 1936-40
  78  
MacIntyre, M.H. (Secretary of President Roosevelt) 1938
  78  
McKellar, Kenneth (Senator, Tenn.) 1938
  78  
McMahon, Thomas (United Textile Workers of America) 1935-39
  78  
MacNamara, Gerald (re Fortune article on unemployment) 1939-40
  78  
MacNamara, John (President, International Brotherhood of Firemen, Oilers, Helpers, Roundhouse and Railway Ship Laborers) 1935
  78  
McNamara, J.B. (San Quentin prisoner) 1931
  78  
Macy Chapter of the Dept. Store Organizing Committee, 1937
  78  
Macy, R.H., 1937
  79  
Magnusson, Leifur (League of Nations, ILO) 1932-37
  79  
Management (Society for the Advancement of) 1938
  79  
Manhattan Merchant Tailors Association, 1936-37
  79  
Marcantonio, Vito (Congressman, NYC) 1935-40
  79  
Margolies, Frank (Vest Makers Local 22, NYC) 1937
  79  
Margoshes, S. (The Day) 1930
  79  
Marine and Shipbuilding Workers (Industrial Union of) 1936-41
  79  
Markewich and Null (ACWA lawyers, concerning Macy's organizing drive) 1938
  79  
Marsh, Benjamin (People's Lobby) 1936-39
  79  
Marshall Field and Company, 1936
  79  
Marshall, L.S. (Refrigerating Machine Association) 1935
  79  
Martin, Harry (Allied Printing Trade Council) 1935
  79  
Martin, Homer (United Automobile Workers) 1936-38
  79  
Martinsberg, (West Virginia) Central Labor Union, 1937
  79  
Massillon (Ohio) Trades and Labor Assembly, 1935
  79  
Mason, Lucy (Textile Workers Organizing Committee) 1936-40
  79  
Mathews, Joseph, 1936
  79  
Matles, James (United Electrical Workers) 1938
  79  
Maverick, Maury (Congressman, Texas) 1937-39
  79  
Mayor's (LaGuardia) Business Advisory Council, 1942
  79  
Mead, James (Senator, NY) 1940
  79  
Meat Cutters (Amalgamated) 1937
  79  
Mechanics Educational Society of America (Matthew Smith) n.d.
  79  
Mehlman, Fannie, 1942
  79  
Meigs, Merrill (War Production Board) 1940-42
  79  
Mellen, Joseph (NY attorney) 1932
  79  
Mellon, Gay (NY attorney) 1932
  79  
Men's Clothing Industry (Impartial Chairman) 1940
  79  
Men's Shirts and Boys Blouse Contractors (Nat'l. Assoc. of) 1935-40
  79  
Merchants and Manufacturers Association (Washington, D.C.) 1941
  79  
Merchandise Service and Delivery Workers Union, 1935-36
  79  
Merrill, Lewis (United Office and Professional Workers) 1937-39
  79  
Meyer, Felix and Comp., 1937
  79  
Meyer, Max (includes correspondence regarding NRA Code Authority) 1935-40
  79  
Meyner, Robert (attorney, N.J.) 1937
  79  
Michels, Reuben, 1936
  79  
Michelson, Max (St. Louis Joint Board) 1938
  79  
Michigan University, 1938
  79  
Millinery Union (New York Local 25) 1937
  79  
Milton, George F. (historian) 1940
  79  
Milwaukee Leader, 1930
  79  
Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers (International Union) 1936-40
  79  
Mine Workers (United) 1936-41
  79  
Minnesota Conference on Progressive Labor Action, 1936
  79  
Minor, Robert (Communist Party, USA) 1935
  79  
Modesto Defense Fund (San Francisco International Longshoremen's Union) 1936
  79  
Mooney, Dewey (unemployed union man, Kentucky) 1940
  79  
Montreal Clothing Contractors Association, 1940
  79  
Moody, Blair (Detroit News) 1938
  79  
Mooney, Tom (telegram, 1937); Moony and Billings, San Francisco Bay Area A.F. of L. Committee for the Freedom of, 1938
  79  
Morey, Robert (1938) concerning open shop campaign
  79  
Morgenthau, Henry, 1938-41
  79  
Morrison, Frank (secretary, AFL) 1934-36
  79  
Morris, Newbold (NYC Councilman) 1936
  79  
Mortimer, Wyndham (UAW) 1938
  79  
Moskowitz, Henry, 1936-37
  79  
Motion Picture Guild, 1940
  79  
Murphy, Frank (Governor of Michigan) 1938-40
  79  
Murphy, Robert (United States Political Advisor for Germany) 1945
  79  
Murray, James (Senate Committee on Small Business) 1942
  80  
Murray, Philip (Steel Workers Organizing Committee and CIO) 1936-44
  80  
Musicians (American Federation of) 1935
  80  
Myers, Howard (NRA Labor Studies Section) 1935
  80  
M (general) 1930-42
  80  
Nachshon, Ltd (Palestine Labor Maritime Committee) 1937
  80  
Nash, A. (Company, Cincinnati) 1937
  80  
Nathan, Reuben S. (Office of War Production) 1942
  80  
Nation, 1936
  80  
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (correspondence with Walter White) 1937
  80  
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1935
  80  
National Citizens Political Action Committee, 1945
  80  
National Federation of Post Office Clerks, 1936
  80  
National Industrial Conference Board, 1938
  80  
National Recovery Administration, 1934-36
  80  
National Labor Committee for Palestine, 1936-37
  80  
National Labor Relations Board (regarding controversy over compliance in automobile and ship building industries) 1934-39
  80  
National League of Women Voters, 1932
  80  
National Negro Congress (correspondence with John Davis) 1937-41
  80  
National Policy Committee, 1936-38
  80  
National Public Housing Conference (Helen Alfred) 1938
  80  
National Resources Planning Board (Office of the President of the U.S.) 1943
  80  
National Retail Code Authority (NRA) correspondence with Richard Neustadt, 1935
  80  
National War Fund (includes AFL-CIO Memorandum of Understanding) 1943
  80  
National Youth Administration, 1938
  80  
Neckwear Makers Union (United) 1935-37
  80  
Negro Labor Committee (Frank Crosswaith) 1938
  80  
Neibuhr, Reinhold (New York Labor War Chest) 1943
  80  
Neustadt, Richard, 1936
  80  
Neville, W.P. (Labor) 1935
  80  
New England Council on Economic Development and Research, 1938-39
  81  
New Jersey Industrial Union Council, 1941
  81  
New Leader, 1936-37
  81  
New Masses, 1936
  81  
New Orleans Central Trades and Labor Council, 1935
  81  
New York City (correspondence with various city officials mostly from the Emergency Bureau of Relief) 1925-41
  81  
New York City-Citizens Charter Campaign Committee, 1936
  81  
New York Clothing Cutters Union, 1940-41
  81  
New York Clothing Manufacturers Exchange, 1937-40
  81  
New York Clothing Workers (appeal to Sidney Hillman) 1930
  81  
New York State Federation of Labor, 1936
  81  
New York Fund, 1938-40
  81  
New York Joint Board, 1936-38
  81  
New York Knee Pants, Inc., 1936
  81  
New York League of Women Shoppers, 1938
  81  
New York Post, 1939
  81  
New Republic, 1936
  81  
New School for Social Research, 1936-37
  81  
New York State (correspondence with representatives of the Governors Office, Dept. of Labor and Labor Relations Board) 1935-40
  81  
New York State Commission on Public Housing, 1938-40
  81  
New York State Constitutional Convention Committee, 1938
  81  
New York State Labor Committee, 1936
  81  
New York State Industrial Union Council, 1940
  81  
News (United States) 1938
  81  
New Zionist Organization of America, 1945
  81  
Newspaper Guild (American) 1936-40
  81  
Nollsch, Henry, 1936
  81  
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, 1935-41
  81  
Norris, George, 1941
  81  
Novik, Morris (Radio WEVD, NYC) 1935
  81  
Nowogrodsky, Emanuel (American Representative of the General Jewish Workers in Poland) 1941
  81  
Null, Samuel (1938) concerning agreement and Dept. Store Workers Organizing Committee
  81  
N (general) 1930-45
  81  
O'Connor, John (Congressman, N.Y.) 1937
  81  
Office and Professional Workers Union (United) 1938
  81  
Ogburn, Charlton, 1935-37
  81  
Oil Field, Gas and Refinery Workers Union, 1937
  81  
Omaha Central Labor Union, 1939
  81  
O'Neill, Edward (NJ Congressman) 1937
  81  
Oppenheim, Burton, 1935-39
  81  
Order of Railway Conductors, 1939
  81  
ORT Federation, 1938-41
  81  
Osborne Associates, Inc., 1937
  81  
O (general) 1930-42
  81  
Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee, 1938
  81  
Palestine Federation of Labor, 1940
  81  
Panken, Jacob (Judge) 1937-41
  81  
Pardini, Carlotta (Republic of Panama) 1942
  81  
Patterson, Robert (Secretary of War) 1946
  81  
Peace and Democracy (American Congress for) 1938
  81  
Pearson, Drew (syndicated columnist) 1937
  81  
Peck, Gustav (Prison Industries Reorganization Commission) 1935-36
  81  
Pennsylvania Clothing Contractors, 1938
  81  
Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, 1935
  82  
Pennsylvania Industrial Union Council, 1939
  82  
Pennsylvania Railroad, 1937
  82  
People's Committee Against Hearst, 1936
  82  
People's Forum, 1932-39
  82  
People's Lobby (Benjamin Marsh) 1931-36
  82  
People's Press, 1936
  82  
National Committee for People's Rights, 1938
  82  
Perkins, Frances (Secretary of Labor) 1932-39
  82  
Peterson, Esther (concerning Civilian Defense)
  82  
Philadelphia Clothing Manufacturers' Association, 1937-42
  82  
Philadelphia Industrial Union Council, 1939
  82  
Pinci, A.R., 1941
  82  
Pinchot, Cornelia, 1930-37
  82  
Pink, Louis (Associated Hospital Service of N.Y.) 1943
  82  
Plettl, Martin, 1937-42
  82  
Plush Workers Union (telegram, 1937)
  82  
Pocketbook Workers Union, 1935-40
  82  
Poland, Ambassador, 1942
  82  
Poland Fights (correspondence regarding an underground movement in Poland) 1943-44
  82  
Poland (London exile committee) 1943
  82  
Poletti, Charles (Lt. Governor of N.Y.) 1937
  82  
Polish Ministry of Labor, 1943
  82  
Polish National Council of NY, 1940
  82  
Popular Government League (National) 1940
  82  
Portland (Oregon) Industrial Union Council, 1939
  82  
Post, Langdon, 1938
  82  
Potofsky, Jacob (ACWA Assistant President) 1930-45
  82  
Pressman, Lee (CIO General Counsel) 1936-38
  82  
Price Stabilization (correspondence regarding clothing industry standardization and minimum prices) 1937-39
  82  
Price, Edward V. and Co., 1938
  82  
Printing Pressmen Assistants' Union, 1936-40
  82  
Pritzker and Sons (Boston) 1938
  82  
Progressive Clothing Manufacturing (Philadelphia) 1936
  82  
Progressive InterCollegiate Alumni Association, 1936
  82  
Progressive National Committee supporting FDR, 1936
  82  
Project Workers Union (WPA) 1938
  82  
Proportional Representation League, 1936
  82  
Protection of the Foreign Born (American Committee for the) 1938
  82  
Public Affairs Committee, 1936
  82  
Public Relief Agencies (Association of Workers in) 1936
  82  
Pulp, Sulfite and Paper Mill Workers (International Association of) 1939
  82  
P.M. Magazine, 1942
  82  
P (general) 1930-42
  82  
Quarry Workers International Union, 1938
  82  
Quill, Michael (Transport Workers Union) 1939
  82  
Q (general) 1941
  82  
Rabbis (United Conference of) 1936
  82  
Rabinowitz, Rabbi Mordechai
  82  
Rabkin, Elias, 1941
  82  
Rachofsky, L.M. (Research Dept. ACWA) 1938-40 concerning government procurement prices
  82  
Railroad Signalmen (Brotherhood of) 1935
  82  
Railroad Telegrapher, 1937
  82  
Railroad Trainmen (Brotherhood of) 1936-39
  82  
Railway Carmen (Brotherhood of) 1939
  82  
Ramsey, W. (National Association of Die Casting Workers) 1939
  83  
Rank and file clothing workers 1936-38
  83  
Rand School of Social Science, 1935-40
  83  
Redcaps (International Brotherhood of) 1939
  83  
Re-Dedication (National) a Non Partisan Movement for Democracy and Liberty, 1938
  83  
Refugee Artists Group, 1938
  83  
Reich, Samuel (Manager, Local 32 Brooklyn) 1940
  83  
Reichlin, Henry, 1939
  83  
Reisberg, Elias (ILGWU Cotton Dress Trades Dept.), 1939
  83  
Reiss, Arthur, 1938
  83  
Reiss, Raymond (International Tailoring Comp.) 1935-43 includes 1935 report of the Committee on National Industrial Policy; and speeches.
  83  
Republican National Committee, 1940
  83  
Re-Settlement Administration, 1935
  83  
Retail Clerks Council of Greater New York, 1940
  83  
Retail Drug Store Employees Union, 1938-39
  83  
Retail Hat and Furnishing Employees Union, 1938
  83  
Retail Clerks International Protective Association
  83  
Retail and Wholesale Clerks Union
  83  
Retail and Wholesale Employees of America, 1938-39
  83  
Reuther, Roy (Brookwood Labor College and UAW) 1936
  83  
Reuther, Walter (UAW) 1939-40
  83  
Richberg, Donald (Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics) 1935-40
  83  
Richmond (Indiana) Central Labor Union, 1937
  83  
Rickert, Thomas A. (United Garment Workers) correspondence regarding union labels and jurisdictions, 1933-36
  83  
Rieve, Emil (Textile Workers Union of America and American Federation of Hosiery Workers) 1935-43
  83  
Ripley, William Z., 1930-36
  83  
Robinowich, Morris (member local 32) 1936
  83  
Robins, Mrs. Raymond (Margaret Dreier) 1941
  83  
Rochester, New YorkCentral Trades and Labor CouncilRocky Mountain Fuel Company (Denver) 1931
  83  
Rogers, Lindsay (Columbia University) 1937
  83  
Rohman, Richard (Research Dept., ACWA (1940-43) 1943 letters are marked confidential. They deal with American labor's involvement with the European labor underground. For example, included is discussion of the ACWA's policy of helping democratic French trade unionists maintain their independence from both the Communists and De Gaullists.
  83  
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1938-45
  83  
Roosevelt, Franklin, 1935-45
  83  
Rose, Alex (American Labor Party) 1938
  83  
Rosenberg, Anna Marie (Works Progress Administration and Social Security Administration) 1935-40
  83  
Rosenblatt, S.A. (Impartial Chairman, Cloak, Suit and Skirt Industries) 1936
  83  
Rosenblum, Frank (Chicago Joint Board) 1938-41
  84  
Rothenberg, Morris (American Representatives of the Jewish Agency in Palestine) 1932-36
  84  
Rozner, Sarah (former ACWA organizer) 1935
  84  
Rubber Workers (United) 1936-40 includes correspondence concerning 1936-37 strike
  84  
Rukeyser, Stanley (journalist) 1937
  84  
Rural Affairs (Institute of) Blacksburg, Virginia, 1940
  84  
Rural Electrification Administration, 1938
  84  
R (general) 1930-42
  84  
Saches, Harry (attorney) includes statement on right of the city to assume the existing contracts of the IRT and BMT at the time that the city takes over the companies (1940)
  84  
Sales and Service Employees Union, 1939
  84  
Samberg, Morris, 1940
  84  
San Francisco District Industrial Union Council, 1938
  84  
Sanger, Margaret, 1935
  84  
Saposs, David (NLRB) 1936
  84  
Sargent, Noel (Office of Production Management) 1941
  84  
Shachtman, Max (Socialist Workers Party) 1935
  84  
Schafer, John (Congressman from Wisconsin) 1940
  84  
Schaffer, Louis (Labor Stage) 1936
  84  
Schieffelin, Jay (correspondence regarding Dies Committee Investigation) 1940
  84  
Schlossberg (Joseph) for Congress Committee, 1938
  84  
Schneiderman, Rose, 1935-36
  84  
Schwartz, Julius & Sons, 1938
  84  
Scotch Woolen Mills (Chicago) 1940
  84  
Seidel, Emil (organizer, Milwaukee) 1940
  84  
Shepperd, Morris (Senator from Texas) 1936
  84  
Shipliakoff, Abraham Memorial Committee, 1936
  84  
Shirt Institute, New York, 1937
  84  
Shirt Workers Union (ACWA Local 128) 1935
  84  
Shiskin, Borris (AFL) 1935
  84  
Shoe and Allied Craftsmen (Brotherhood of) 1936-40
  84  
Shoe Workers of America (United) 1938-39
  84  
Shouse, Jouette (American Liberty League) 1936
  84  
Siebler Tailoring Company (Cincinnati) 1937
  84  
Silkworkers (American Federation of) 1934-38
  84  
Sinclair, Upton, 1937
  84  
Smathers, William (N.J. State Senator) 1936
  84  
Smart, Cecil (British Mining Engineer) 1944
  84  
Smethurst, Walter (Executive Assistant to CIO President) 1938-39
  84  
Smith, Harold (Bureau of the Budget) 1942
  84  
Social Security (American Association for) correspondence with Abraham and Henriette Epstein, 1937
  84  
Social Security Board, 1935-41
  84  
Social Service Employees Union, 1938-41
  84  
Socialist Call, 1936
  84  
Socialist Party, USA, 1936-40
  84  
Sonneborn Bros. Inc. (concerning government procurement) 1938
  84  
Sorrento, Domenick (ACWA Local 63) 1935-38
  84  
Soule, George (New Republic) 1939-41
  84  
South Bend (Indiana) Industrial Union Council, 1940
  84  
Southern California Tunnel, Subway and Aqueduct Union, 1937-38
  84  
Southern Tenant Farmers Union, 1938-39
  84  
Soviet Russia Today (Jessica Smith, editor) 1945
  84  
Spaide Shirt Company (Butler, Pa.) 1938
  84  
Spanish Democracy (North American Comm. to Aid) 1936-38
  84  
St. Louis (Missouri) Industrial Union Council 1939
  84  
Stabilization Dept. (Memoranda from L.M. Rachofsky concerning 1940 wage increases) 1939-40
  85  
Stark, Louis (N.Y. Times) 1930-38
  85  
State, County and Municipal Workers, 1936-40
  85  
State Dept. (U.S. Dept. of) Visa Division concerning Sidney Hillman's family in Russia, 1940-42
  85  
Steel Workers Organizing Committee, 1936-40
  85  
Steinberg, Sol (1938) concerning Clothing industry advertising campaign
  85  
Steinmetz, Lowe and Wimberly (ACWA lawyers, Knoxville, Tenn.) regarding libel suit (1935)
  85  
Stern, David, 1938-41
  85  
Stettinius, E.R. (Office of Production Management) 1940
  85  
Stimson, Henry L. (Undersecretary of State) 1942-43
  85  
Strachan, Nathan (regarding consolidation of CIO's public sector unions) 1937
  85  
Strebel, Gustav (NYS Industrial Union Council) 1941
  85  
Strauss, Leon, 1938-39
  85  
Straus, Nathan (U.S. Dept. of Interior) 1936-38
  85  
Straus, Percy (R.H. Macy and Company) 1936
  85  
Straus, Robert (NY City Council) re NRA code authority, 1934-38
  85  
Strouse, Eli (Office of Production Management) 1941
  85  
Studebaker, J.W. (U.S. Dept. of Interior, Office of Education) 1937
  85  
Student Federation (National) 1936
  85  
Student League for Industrial Democracy, 1935
  85  
Student Union (American) 1938
  85  
Survey Associates (Paul Kellogg) 1936-40
  85  
Swope, Bernard, 1936
  85  
Swope, Gerald, 1930
  85  
Synagogue (Free) 1937
  85  
Szold, Perkins, and Brandwen (ACWA attorneys) 1931-1945
  85  
S (general) [1922] 1930-45
  85  
Tailors and Garment Workers (National Union of) 1935-36
  85  
Tailors Union (Journeymen) 1935-37
  85  
Tamiment Institute, 1935
  86  
Taussig, Charles W. (National Youth Administration) 1935
  86  
Teachers (American Federation of) 1936-38 includes correspondence with Professor Jerome Davis
  86  
Teachers Union of the City of New York (Charles Hendley) 1938
  86  
Teamsters (International Brotherhood of) 1934-39
  86  
Teigan, Harry (Congressman, Minnesota) 1938
  86  
Tennessee Valley Authority (David Lilienthal) 1938
  86  
Textile Labor Relations Board, 1934
  86  
Textiles, Inc. (National Federation of) 1936
  86  
Textile Workers of America (United) 1935-37
  86  
Textile Workers Organizing Committee, 1936-40
  86  
Textile Workers Union of America, 1939-41
  86  
Theatre League, (New) 1938
  86  
Thomas, Elbert (Senator, Utah) 1940
  86  
Thomas, Lester (Penn. Federation of Labor) 1935
  86  
Thomas, R.J. (president, UAW) 1939
  86  
Thorndike, Edward (Teachers College) 1936
  86  
Tip Top Tailors, 1936
  86  
Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers Industrial Union, 1938
  86  
Tobias, Channing (National Citizens Political Action Committee) 1944
  86  
Tobin, Daniel (president, Teamsters Union) 1935-38
  86  
Tomasetti, Jean (concerning expulsion from the union) 1935-41
  86  
Town Hall, Inc., 1935-40
  86  
Towney, Frank (Congressman, N.J.) 1937
  86  
Trade Union Committee for a Labor Party, 1936
  86  
Trades Union Congress (Great Britain) 1944
  86  
Transport Workers Federation (International) Kempston, England, 1943-44
  86  
Transport Workers Union of America, 1940
  86  
Treasury Dept. (U.S.) 1938
  86  
Tresca, Carlo, 1941
  86  
Truman, Harry S. (President of the U.S.) 1941-46
  86  
Tucker, Marguerite (Il Nuovo Mondo) 1930
  86  
Turner, Albert (Clothing Manufacturers, NYC) 1940
  86  
Tuttle, Charles (NYC lawyer) 1935
  86  
Twentieth Century Fund (1935)
  86  
Tydings, Millard (Baltimore, attorney) 1937
  86  
Typographical Union (International) 1938-40
  87  
T (general) 1930-42
  87  
Udell, Jerome (Gramercy Park Clothes) 1936-40
  87  
Unemployment (Emergency Conference on) 1932
  87  
Unemployment League, 1931-38
  87  
Uniform Manufacturers (National) 1934-36
  87  
Union Label Trades Dept., ANational Religion and Labor Foundation, 1937
  87  
Urban League (National) 1936
  87  
U (general) 1936-43
  87  
Van Kleeck, Mary, 1936-38
  87  
Vermont Federation of Labor, 1935
  87  
Vignaux, Paul (French underground) concerning ACWA's policy of helping democratic French trade unionists maintain their independence from both Communists and DeGaullists 1942-43
  87  
Vigo County (Indiana) Central Labor Union, 1935
  87  
Vincent, Merle (NRA) 1935-38
  87  
Vladeck, B.C. (Jewish Daily Forward) 1930-36
  87  
Vorse, Mary Heaton (1936-38)
  87  
V (general) 1935-45
  87  
Wage and Hour Division (U.S. Dept. of Labor) 1938-40
  87  
Wagner, Robert F. (Senator, NY) 1938-40
  87  
Wald, Lillian, 1935
  87  
Waldman, Bella (Mrs. Louis) 1936
  87  
Waldman, Louis, 1935-38
  87  
Wallace, Henry A. (Secretary of Agriculture and Vice President) 1937-43
  87  
Walling, William English, 1936
  87  
Walker, John (UMW) 1930
  87  
War (National Committee on the Causes) 1936
  87  
War Dept., 1941-43
  87  
Warberg, Felix, 1930
  87  
Ward, E.E. (Harry Bridges Defense Committee) 1940
  87  
Ward, Harry (1 telegram, 1939)
  87  
Wardwell, Allen, (Russian War Relief, Inc.) 1943
  87  
Warner, Harry (Warner Bros.) 1940-41
  87  
Washington Post, 1934
  88  
Wearing Apparel Industries (Southern Organization Headquarters, ACWA and ILGWU) 1936
  88  
Weinstein, Charles (Philadelphia Joint Board) 1941
  88  
Weinstein, Murray (NY Clothing Cutters) 1938-40
  88  
West, George P., 1936
  88  
West Virginia Dept. of Public Assistance, 1941
  88  
West Virginia Federation of Labor, 1935
  88  
White, Cecil (Rank and file clothing worker) 1936
  88  
White, David McKelvy (Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade) 1938
  88  
White, Walter (NAACP) 1939-40
  88  
White, William Allen, 1940
  88  
White, A.F. (Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen) 1939
  88  
Wholesale Drygoods Employees Union, 1936-37
  88  
Wholesale, Warehouse Employees Union, 1936-40
  88  
Williams, E.L. (n.d.)
  88  
Willkie, Wendall, 1943
  88  
Wise, Rabbi Stephen, 1936-41
  88  
Wohlman, Leo, 1930
  88  
Wohner, Samuel (Local 25) 1936
  88  
Wolchok, Samuel (Anti-Injunction Committee) 1938
  88  
Wolfe, Betram (New Workers School) 1936
  88  
Wolfsohn, Leo (Milwaukee Leader) 1935
  88  
Woll, Matthew (A.F.of L.) 1935-37
  88  
Wolman, Samuel, 1935
  88  
Wolpe, Della, 1936
  88  
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1935-37
  88  
Women's Trade Union League, 1930-37
  88  
Woodworkers of America (International) 1938
  88  
Workers Alliance, 1936-37
  88  
Workers Defense League, 1938-40
  88  
Workers Education Bureau of America, 1936-40
  88  
Workers Unemployed Union, 1935
  88  
Workingmen's Education Association, 1936
  88  
Workmen's Circle, 1935-43
  88  
Works Progress Administration, 1935-38
  88  
World Telegram and Sun (N.Y.) 1931
  88  
W (general) 1930-46
  88  
Yale University, 1940
  88  
Yiddish Theatre Art (Friends of) 1937-40
  88  
Youth Congress (American) 1936-38
  88  
YMHA and YWHA, 1930-42
  88  
Y (general) 1925-40
  88  
Zaritsky, Max (United Hat, Cap and Millinery Workers) 1935-39
  88  
Zimmerman, Charles (ILGWU) 1936
  88  
Zuckerman, Louis, 1940
  88  
Z (general) 1930-40
  89  
Stenographic notebooks (Sidney Hillman's secretary) 1940-45 (8 volumes)
  90  
Appointment calendars (1918-34) 8 volumes; travel diary (1934)
  91  
Appointment calendars (1940-42) 6 volumes
  92  
Appointment calendars (1943-46) 7 volumes
 
B. National Industry Recovery Administration records, 1934-1946. [subseries]:
  93  
Automobile Report by Leon Henderson, NRA, Research and Planning Division (January 23, 1935)
  93  
  93  
Coat and Suit Industry (Resolution, March 1935)
  93  
Code Authority (general correspondence) re furniture code, leather and woolen knit, and silk) regulations and surveys, 1934-35
  93  
Cotton Code Authority Administrative Orders (March, 1935) minimum wages, hours, budget, draft of code authority's by-laws.
  93  
General correspondence and papers (1934, September - 1935, June) Correspondence of Sidney Hillman, Alex Cohen and Jacob Potofsky to Deputy Administrator, Burton Oppenheimer re labor complaints, minimum wages, hours, and industry non compliance. Printed copies of various industry codes and their amendments.
  93  
Cotton Textile Industry (correspondence and press release) 1934-35
  93  
Cotton Garment Industry. Prison Labor Authority. Correspondence and Executive Order, 1934-35
  93  
Council for Industrial Progress. Report of the Committee on National Industrial Policy (March, 1936) and report of the Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation (February, 1936)
  94  
F
  94  
G
  94  
H
  94  
I
  94  
Job Applications
  94  
Johnson, Odin H. (Associated Automobile Workers) Johnson and Johnson; Joint Council Knitgoods Workers Union; Joint Committee on National Recovery. Prudential Bank Building; John P. Davis
  94  
K
  94  
L
  94  
M
  94  
General Correspondence, 1935
  94  
Blumberg, Hyman, Correspondence, 1934-35
  94  
Baltimore Investigation (compliance division) 1934
  95  
Code of Fair Competition for Men's Clothing Industry as proposed (February, 1935) hearing (February 2, 1935)
  95  
Reports, Executive Committee, Committee on labels (1935)
  96  
Merchant and Custom Tailoring Industry (hearings on proposed code) January, 1935
  96  
Minutes and Agenda (September, 1934-May, 1935)
  97  
National Youth Administration (correspondence and reports)
  97  
National Association of Uniform Manufacturers; National Association of Purchasing Agents; National Electrical Manufacturers Association; National Retail Code Authority; National Retail Hardware Association
  97  
Odum, Walter (Durant, Miss.); Ogburn, Charlton (Washington attorney); Osserman, Stanley (Trade Counsel, Code Authority)
  97  
Petroleum Labor Policy Board; Phinney, Louise (Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives); Pynchon, C.E. (United States Dept. of the Interior)
  97  
Puerto Rico (application of clothing codes to commonwealth's special circumstances) includes correspondence with Ernest Gruening of the Dept. of the Interior
  97  
Retail Solid Fuel Industry (codes and memoranda)
  97  
Retail Trade Code (Regulations establishing a Labor Adjustment Agency)
  97  
Retail Tobacco
  97  
Retail and Wholesale Distribution Project of the Division of Research and Planning
  98  
Retailers file (miscellaneous) including extractsfrom letters received from workers in Mass. Garment Manufacturing plants, and report "Importance of Retail Co-operation in Preventing the Return of the Sweat-Shop in the Men's Clothing Industry"
  98  
Robe Industry
  98  
R (miscellaneous)
  98  
Schechter Poultry Case (court decision)
  98  
Schiffli Code Authority (April 17, 1935 memorandum from R.V. Rickford)
  98  
Senate Finance Committee (including Donald Richberg's March 7, 1935 statement)
  98  
Service Trades (memoranda from Advisory Council)
  98  
Ship building and ship repairing code (memoranda)
  98  
Silk Textile Industry
  98  
Small arms and ammunition manufacturing code
  98  
State Recovery Acts
  98  
Structural Steel
  98  
S (miscellaneous)
  98  
Telegraph Code
  98  
Telephone Code
  99  
Textile Division including minutes of meeting of textile planning committee
  99  
Thirty Hour Week Bill
  99  
Tool and Die Code
  99  
Trade Practices (procedures for code revisions)
  99  
Training course for NRA Executives
  99  
Trucking Industry
  99  
T (general)
  99  
Uncodified Industries
  99  
Undergarment and Negligee Industry
  99  
Unemployment
  99  
United Mine Workers
  99  
U (general)
  99  
V (1935)
  99  
Voluntary Agreements (memoranda listing industries)
  99  
Wage and Hour Textile Committee
  99  
Waste Paper trade (includes investigation of operation of emergency order fixing minimum prices) December 21, 1934
  99  
Watch Code
  99  
White Collar code (letter from stenographer asking why her hours have not been reduced)
  99  
White House memoranda and correspondence re complaints and compliance
  99  
Wholesale Code - differential clauses
  99  
Wholesale Drug Industry
  99  
Wholesale Grocers
  99  
Window Glass Manufacturers Code
  99  
Research and Planning Memoranda from Director Leon Henderson summarizing NRA weekly activities
  99  
Reports including a compilation of significant statements in support of theories upon which the National Industrial Recovery Act is based (November 20, 1934); also report on codal provisions relating to productive and capacity control
 
C. National Defense Advisory Commission records [subseries]:
  100  
Defense Contracts (correspondence and proposed policies) 1940-41
  100  
Labor Clauses and Policies, 1940-41
  100  
Minutes, June-December, 1940
  100  
Volunteer Program
 
D. War Production Board records. [subseries]:
  100  
Administrative Orders (January-March, 1942)
  100  
Aircraft (Wage and Hours) 1941-42
  100  
Allis Chalmers dispute (1941); includes proposed contract clauses, memo re union election
  100  
Aluminum Industry, July, 1941
  100  
American Federation of Labor (1941-42) includes Sidney Hillman's letters to William Green re Defense policy and AFL's March 21, 1941 resolution
  100  
Anti Strike Legislation (includes February 18, 1941 memorandum from Mr. Brandwen analyzing 9 bills under consideration and July 8, 1941 CIO resolution)
  100  
Applications (employment)
  100  
Appointments and telephone calls
  100  
Automobile and Trucks (May 1941-April 1942) re transfer of resources from non defense to defense production
  100  
Automotive Problems (Verbatim Transcript: Joint Meeting of Labor and Industry Subcommittees on General Automotive Problems) January 6, 1942
  101  
A (general)
  101  
B.F. Goodrich Co.
  101  
Boeing Aircraft (includes contract proposed by Hillman August 1940) and memoranda on Labor situation.
  101  
Britain Labor Policy (Carter Goodrich. Preliminary Report, Sept. 1, 1941)
  101  
Brown, J. Douglas (June-December, 1941) memoranda on shift of consumer durable goods industries to Defense production and ways to alleviate resultant unemployment.
  101  
B (general)
  101  
Civilian Conservation Corps (1940)
  101  
Clothing Advisory Committee (Minutes) January 14, 1942
  101  
Clothing Contracts-Violations. Material furnished by Labor Division confirms bidding for clothing contracts re labor law violations, 1940-42
  101  
Coal Dispute (March-November, 1941) re captive mines includes draft of letter from John L. Lewis (UMW president to President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  101  
Committee lists
  101  
Construction Trade Stabilization (June-December, 1941) includes minutes of meetings, memoranda of agreement, correspondence between Sidney Hillman and Philip Murray
  101  
Copper Industry (May, 1941-April, 1942). Memoranda on Employment situation in Copper mines in Butte, Montana procedure relative to appeals from Labor-Management Committee decisions
  101  
Cramp Shipbuilding Company (Correspondence between James Reed and Sidney Hillman) 1941
  101  
Crank and miscellaneous letters
  101  
Currier Housing Contact Case-clippings and Truman Hearing Testimony (1941)
  101  
C (miscellaneous) Christmas lists
  102  
Daily Report to Mr. Hillman (March 13-April 2, 1942)
  102  
Defense Contracts (General principles governing) September - November, 1940-correspondence with John L. Lewis, Robert Jackson, Philip Murray and Van Bittner
  102  
Defense Contract Service Subcontracting (May-July,1941)
  102  
Defense Legislation (memoranda re federal government's attempt to secure state legislation to aid defense effort
  102  
Defense Program. Verbatim Record of Proceedings of Senate Investigating Committee (October 27, 1941)
  102  
Detroit Tour (1941) correspondence
  102  
D (general)
  103  
Economic Stabilization (April 2, 1942) memorandum from Sidney Hillman to President Roosevelt
  103  
Electrical Worker's Dispute (July, 1930) correspondence with Harry Van Arsdale local #3 I.B.E.W.
  103  
Employment Discrimination (union vs. non union) 1940
  103  
Employment Statistics (ACWA's New York City contract market) 1941
  103  
Executive Order establishing Office of Production Management and War Production Board (June 28, 1940)
  103  
Exports (Memoranda March 14, 1942)
  103  
E (general)
  103  
FBI-Harry Bridges and California CIO Investigation-1941
  103  
File Cabinet (contents)
  103  
Flint News Advertiser (1941)
  103  
Garment firms (briefs filed) 1943
  103  
German Trip (January, 1946) and supporting classified documents re de Nazification program
  103  
Government Contracts for Army Uniforms (1940-42)
  103  
G (general)
  104  
Hillman, Sidney Personal (invitations) 1942
  104  
Housing (defense) 1942
  104  
Industrial Materials (Division Report, Critical Materials and Parts) reports and memoranda re controlled materials plan (1942)
  104  
Industry and Labor Advisory Committee (1941-42) procedure, organization, and joint resolution
  104  
I (general)
  104  
J (general)
  104  
Kaiser, Henry, "Notes on Magnesium Plant Parmenete"
  104  
Kelley, W.C. (Federal Security Agency) 1941
  104  
Knudson, William, Director General, OPM 1941
  104  
K (general)
  104  
Labor Department, including Sidney Hillman's correspondence with Secretary Francis Perkins (1940-41)
  104  
Labor Disputes involving National Defense (weekly reports) 1940-41
  104  
Labor Division - general correspondence (1941-42)
  104  
Labor Division - authority and function-includes memoranda re labor supply program, and Negro employment (1940-42)
  105  
Labor Division - Defense Training Branch "Report of the Chief, Defense Training Branch Labor Division to the Labor Supply Policy Committee" (December 11, 1941)
  105  
Labor Division - organization and function(administrative orders) 1942
  105  
Labor Policy (chronology of record) including excerpts from Hillman's testimony before the Smith Committee (October 8, 1940)
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Program (administrative office memoranda and proposed policy statements) 1941-42
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Program (March 3, 1942)
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Division, Lt. Colonel Frank J. McSherry (memoranda and reports) 1941-42
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Division, Floyd Reeves(memoranda and reports) 1940-41
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Division - Bureau of Labor Statistics collected material (1942)
  106  
Labor Supply Policy Committee. Minutes, policy statements on skilled workers and priorities (1940-42); statements on the employment of Negro workers and the physically handicapped.
  106  
Labor Supply. Ship Building Stabilization Committee (1942)
  106  
Letters of Appreciation (1942)
  106  
Lewis, John L. (material discussing his role in the captive coal mine strike of 1941)
  106  
Lubin, Isidor (memoranda labor turnover and deferment of skilled workers) 1941
  106  
Machinists, International Association, 1941-42
  106  
McKelvey, Thelma (Report includes Women in War Production) 1942
  106  
Manpower Commission (1942)
  106  
Manpower Needs Mobilization (estimated labor requirements for shipbuilding and aircraft industries) 1941-42
  107  
Maritime Commission
  107  
May, Stacy (Memorandum - possible use of excavating machinery companies for tank manufacture) June 19, 1941
  107  
Metal Shortages (conference on August 24 and 25, 1942)
  107  
Military Government Documents (policy toward trade unions in the British occupied zone of Germany) 1946
  107  
Military Government Documents (French occupied Germany) 1945-46
  107  
Military Government Documents (U.S. occupied Germany) de Nazification Program; manpower directives and instructions) 1945-46
  107  
Military Government Documents (U.S. occupied Germany) Handbook for the administration of Military Government in the U.S. zone, July 7, 1945
  107  
Minutes (1941-42)
  107  
Morale (labor) problem - state by state survey -1942
  107  
Murray, Philip (re CIO and the war) 1941
  107  
M (general)
  107  
National Archives (Description of War Labor Board Records transferred) November 10, 1947
  108  
National Defense Mediation Board (memoranda and press releases) 1940-41
  108  
National Labor Relations Board (Sidney Hillman correspondence) 1941
  108  
National War Labor Board. (Union security and maintenance of membership) 1942
  108  
Negro Employment and Training Branch (Report, 1940-42)
  108  
Nelson, William (Director, Division of Purchases) 1942
  108  
New York City War Production Problems (memorandum to Mayor F.H. La Guardia) July 15, 1942
  108  
North American Aviation, Inc. (1941)
  108  
N (general)
  108  
Office of Production Management. (Agendas) 1941
  108  
Office of Production Management. (Office Memoranda) 1941
  108  
Office of Production Management (Administrative Orders) 1941
  108  
Office of Production Management (Business Correspondence) 1942
  108  
Office of Production Management (Minutes) 1940-41
  108  
Office of Production Management (Organizational chart)
  108  
Office of Production Management (Personnel)
  108  
Office of Production Management (Regulations establishing a labor division)
  108  
Oliver, Eli (memoranda to Sidney Hillman re Program for the labor division and questions to be discussed with Philip Murray) 1941
  108  
Overtime and hours of work (1940)
  108  
O (general)
  108  
Philadelphia trip (June 5, 1941)
  108  
Plant financing (government funded expansion) November 20, 1940
  108  
Potofsky, Jacob (1941)
  108  
Press Releases
  108  
Prichard, Edward F. (memoranda to)
  108  
Procurement Policy (army contracts) 1941-42
  108  
Production Capacity (labor requirements) 1940-42
  108  
Production curtailed (1942)
  108  
Purchase Division (duties and responsibilities) 1941
  108  
P (general)
  109  
Refrigerators (Stewart Warner Corporation) 1942
  109  
Reimbursement of University Faculty members by the Government (1940)
  109  
Roosevelt, Franklin (memoranda and letters addressed to Sidney Hillman) 1940-45
  109  
Rubber Industry emergency order (1942)
  109  
Russian war relief (1945)
  109  
R (general)
  109  
Selective Service (joint army and navy committee) 1940
  109  
Senate (U.S.) Investigation of the National Defense Program (May, 1940)
  109  
Shipbuilding (general, 1940-41)
  109  
Shipbuilding Stabilization (1940-42)
  109  
Shipbuilding-Dry Dock Strike (San Francisco, 1941)
  109  
Silk Industry (1941)
  109  
Slav Congress (American) 1942
  109  
Social Security Board (Federal Advisory Council for Employment Security) policies and procedures re skills inventory (1941-42)
  109  
Soule, George (1941)
  109  
Southport Petroleum Company (1941)
  109  
Speeches and Addresses (Joseph Eastman, Director of Defense Transportation)
  109  
Strikes, Slowdowns and Sabotage (1940-41)
  110  
Strike Legislation (1941)
  110  
Supply Priorities and Allocations (1941-42)
  110  
Survey Associates (1941-42)
  110  
S (general)
  110  
Tank Program (1941)
  110  
Teamsters Union (1941)
  110  
Textile Industry (1941-42)
  110  
Todd California Ship Building Company (re material shortage), 1941
  110  
Tool and Die Workers (Stabilization of Wage Rates) 1942
  110  
Training Within Industry Program (1940-41)
  110  
T (general)
  110  
Unemployment Priority (1941)
  110  
Unemployment Youth (1940)
  110  
United Automobile Workers of America (1941)
  110  
U (general)
  110  
Vinson Labor Bill (analysis) May 31, 1941
  110  
Volunteers (1941)
  110  
War Dept. (Services of Supply)
  110  
War Dept. Contracts to companies with NLRB violations(1940) memorandum
  110  
War Displacement Benefits Bill (1942)
  110  
Washing Machines (restricting production of) 1942
  111  
Welders (United Brotherhood of) 1941-43 strike
  111  
Willys Overland Motors (purchase orders) 1941
  111  
Wool (general conservation order) 1941
  111  
Woman on labor advisory committee (correspondence with Dorothy Bellanca) 1940
  111  
Works Projects Administration (re labor question in conjunction with National Defense Commission) 1940
  111  
W (general)
  111  
XYZ (general)