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XIV. Miscellaneous documents. [series]:
  197  
Addams, Jane "Immigrants Under the Quota System" (1929)
  197  
Advance Resolution signed by Joseph Schlossberg establishing Union newspaper (March 14, 1917)
  197  
Altschuler and Dreyer of Chicago liquidates (n.d.)
 
Amalgamated Bank of New York. Records and Correspondence [subseries]:
  197  
1924-26 includes correspondence with representatives of the Commercial and Industrial Bank of the U.S.S.R.
  197  
1929-46 includes 1935 confidential report and Jacob Potofsky's correspondence with Bank officers
  198  
Board of Directors Meetings Minutes (1936-39)
  198  
Earnings and Expenses (1938-39)
  198  
Executive Committee Minutes (1929)
  198  
Financial Statements (1923-46)
  198  
Memoranda and Reports (l923-44) usuary, small loans, health and life insurance, bylaws
  198  
Stockholders Reports (1925-29)
  198  
Press Releases (1923-45)
  198  
Printed Material (including the Union Dollar) and other pamphlet and ephemeral publications (1923-45)
  198  
Clippings
 
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Conventions [subseries]:
  198  
Nashville, 1914. Endorsements by locals
  199  
Nashville, 1914. Messages and greetings
  199  
Nashville, 1914. Constitution (draft)
  199  
Nashville, 1914. Credentials
  199  
Nashville, l9l4. Proceedings
  199  
Nashville, l9l4. Draft of General Executive Board Report on Convention Proceedings
  199  
Nashville Convention, 1914 (Resolutions)
  199  
New York Convention, December 26-28, 1914
  199  
Rochester Convention, 1916 (Proceedings)
  199  
Rochester Convention, 1916 (Resolutions)
  199a  
Rochester Convention, 1916 (Resolutions)
  199a  
Rochester Convention, 1916 (Telegrams, congratulations)
  199a  
Baltimore Convention, 1918 (Proceedings, daily summary)
  199a  
Baltimore Convention, 1918 (Telegrams)
  199a  
1936 Convention Agenda and Delegates
  199a  
1938 Convention (list of delegates, report of Committee on Industrial Organization, daily programs, and finance reports)
  200  
Amalgamated Clothing Workers (questions about) n.d.
 
Amalgamated Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago [subseries]:
  200  
Sidney Hillman and Jacob Potofsky's correspondence with Board of Directors, 1923-42
  200  
Russian American Industrial Corporation (1923-25)
  200  
Financial Statements (1923-48)
  201  
Board of Directors' Meetings Minutes (1933, 1938, 1948)
  201  
Foreign Remittances (1923-24)
  201  
Ephemera and clippings
  201  
Amalgamated Clothing Corporation for Italy (1949)
  201  
Amalgamated Credit Unions (assets, liabilities, scattered copies of monthly bulletin and correspondence with Credit Union League) 1923-44
 
Amalgamated Housing Corporation [subseries]:
  201  
Correspondence, 1927-41 (includes correspondence of Jacob Potofsky and Sidney Hillman with Corporation President A.E. Kazan)
  201  
Amalgamated Cooperative Apartments in the Bronx (Press Releases and Progress Reports) 1926-44
  201  
Our Cooperative House (2lst St) 1920-22
  201  
Amalgamated Cooperative Houses in the Bronx (Legal Papers)
  202  
Amalgamated Cooperative Houses in the Bronx (Printed Material and Clippings)
  202  
Manhattan Amalgamated Dwellings (1930-56)
  202  
Hillman Housing Corporation
  202  
Rochdale and Coop City
  202  
Miscellaneous Printed Material including copies of articles by Abraham Kazan and Leon Giovanitti
  203  
Research Department Material collected for 40th and 50th anniversary celebration of the Amalgamated Housing Corporation
  203  
Amalgamated Investors, Inc. (1935-38)
  203  
Amalgamated Security Corp. (1935-39)
  203  
American Civil Liberties Union (Sidney Hillman's letter to re Trade Union Educational League meeting, November, 1926)
  203  
American Federation of Labor (includes correspondence with Samuel Gompers re jurisdictional dispute with United Garment Workers) 1914-1936
  203  
A.F.L.-C.I.O. Committee on Political Action (cartoons, 1962)
 
American Labor Party (ALP) [subseries]:
  203  
ALP - General correspondence (1936-38)
  203  
ALP - General correspondence (1944-47)
  204  
Sidney Hillman correspondence (1937-44)
  204  
Hyman Blumberg speeches (1944-49)
  204  
Hyman Blumberg personal history (1944)
  204  
1936 Constitution, By-laws, Report of the New York State Campaign Director, Mayoral Campaign, Declaration of Principles
  204  
1937, 1938 Resolutions, Meeting Minutes (Administrative Committee)
  204  
1937-39, ACWA Campaign contributions
  204  
Policy Statement Supreme Court Reorganization (1937)
  204  
1938 Campaign Expenses, correspondence of Hyman Blumberg re Dorothy Bellanca's Congressional Campaign
  205  
1940 Franklin Roosevelt Campaign. Midwestern Amalgamated Clothing Worker Conference to Help Reelect President Roosevelt. ACWA's letters to Roosevelt
  205  
1944 Platform and CIO-PAC Campaign in upstate New York
  205  
American Labor Party State Committee Meeting, April 8, 1944
  205  
1944 ALP Split including Fiorello LaGuardia's statement
  205  
1944 campaign material
  205  
1944 Tally Sheets (New York State Campaign)
  205  
1943-45, miscellany
  205  
Notes on proposed Municipal Program of the American Labor Party (1944-45)
  205  
Memorandum on Special Congressional Situation (1944)
  205  
By Laws (1944)
  205  
Executive Board Members (1945)
  205  
Job Applications - Assistant Corporation Counsel (1945)
  205  
1945-46 Campaigns (programs and candidates)
  206  
1946 Marcantonio-Scottoriggio Case (Press Releases)
  206  
1946 Legislative Program
  206  
1946 Statement on Foreign Policy
  206  
1946 Election Material includes joint statement of American Labor Party, New York Citizen's Political Action Committee and New York State CIO
  206  
l946 Liberal Party Petitions
  206  
Per Capita tax (l946-47)
  206  
1947 (includes statement on Truman Doctrine, Wallace campaign, Taft Hartley Act)
  206  
1947 Leo Isacson Congressional Campaign
  206  
1948-49
  206  
Statements including re 5 cent subway fare and Liberal Party Split
  206  
Financial Statements (1936)
  206  
Financial Statements (1944-48)
  206  
Press Releases (1936-48)
  207  
Printed and mimeographed campaign material (includes 1945 Legislative Action Bulletin)
  207  
American Manufacturers Export Association (January 14, 1920 Luncheon)
  207  
Apparel Industry Committee (US Clothing Manufacturers Trade Associations) n.d.
  207  
Arbitration: Alfred, Decker and Cohen (William Z. Ripley, Arbitrator) 1918
  207  
Arbitration: American Clothing Manufacturers Association (vs. ACWA) May 1916
  207  
Arbitration: American Men's and Boy's Clothing Manufacturers Association (William Z. Ripley Board of Labor Control) August 29, 1918
  207  
Arbitration: Light and Schlessinger (June, 1919)
  207  
Arbitration: Schloss Bros. Baltimore (1925)
  207  
Bathrobe Industry (Investigation, 1923)
  207  
Brookings Institute (Comment on Annual Report re NIRA, 1937)
  207  
Brownsville Property (ACWA) 1925
  207  
Burns Detective Agency (Radical Dept., undercover report, 1921)
  207  
Camp and Recreation Centers
  207  
Chamber of Commerce - brief (Kansas City, Mo., re NIRA) December, 1934
  207  
Charter Applications, 1917-38
  207  
Chicago Federation of Labor (includes correspondence of Sidney Hillman and Jacob Potofsky with secretary Ed Noekels) 1925
  207  
"Class Struggle in A Ball Room" by Paul Blanshard (New Republic)
  207  
Cloth, Hat and Cap Makers of North America (circular by J.M. Budish, Director of Educational Dept.) 1918
  207  
Clothing Manufacturers of New York (constitution and by-laws) 1920
  207  
Collective Bargaining - Introduction of machinery in the Chicago Market (1920-21)
  207  
Collective Bargaining - Production Standards and Piece Rates includes shop surveys (1921-29)
  208  
Collective Bargaining - Contractors (1923-48)
  208  
Collective Bargaining - Statements prepared by Research Dept. (l943-48) includes "The Taft Hartley Act and Collective Bargaining (1948)
  208  
Communist Opposition (newspaper clippings) 1920-49
  208  
Constitutions and By-Laws (Local Unions and Joint Boards)
  209  
Cooperative Clothing Shops (1920-21)
  209  
Convict Labor (Bill House of Representatives, May 1936)
  209  
Custom Tailors and Trimmers Working Card and Receipt Book
 
C.I.O. [subseries]:
  209  
1935-36 - Minutes of meetings of Committee for Industrial Organization, Washington, D.C. and Director's Reports (1935-37)
  209  
Correspondence, memoranda and letters to all national and international unions; includes letters to John L. Lewis, Philip Murray and Allan Haywood (1935-39)
  209  
Proceedings in Trial against Wyndham Mortimer et al (July-August, 1938)
  209  
Resolutions, statements and press releases (1935-46)
  209  
John L. Lewis statement and addresses (1935)
  209  
Resolutions, United Shoe Workers and Transport Workers Union (1939)
  209  
SWOC, TWOC & UAW (l936-59) includes statement ILGWU Executive Board
  209  
Credential (Jacob Potofsky) 1938 Constitutional Convention
  209  
1940-41 Constitutional Convention Proceedings
  209  
"John L. Lewis and the C.I.O." (1941)
  209  
Washington (State) Industrial Union Council, October 3, 1941 dinner honoring Sidney Hillman
  210  
War chest (1942-43)
  210  
CIO-Labor Management Conference (1945)
  210  
CIO-Community Services (1945)
  210  
Communist(anti) Resolution (n.d.)
  210  
Correspondence (1949-54)
  211  
Memoranda to all national and international unions (1954)
  211  
Jacob Potofsky's correspondence with CIO officers (1954)
  211  
1954 AFL-CIO No Raiding Agreement
  211  
Labor-Management Program Manual (1954)
  212  
CIO Printed and Pamphlet Material (includes 1937 draft constitution) "Is the Wagner Act Unfair"; "The Case for Industrial Organization"; and "Report on Israel", 1936-54
  212  
Miscellaneous clippings, etc.
 
C.I.O. Political Action Committee [subseries]:
  212  
1943-46 (correspondence, press releases) includes memorandum from Palmer Webber to Sidney Hillman on 1945 Detroit elections
  212  
1944 ("Clear It With Sidney" leaflet and clipping)
  212  
National Citizen's Political Action Committee (correspondence and financial records, 1943-46)
  212  
1949 John Foster Dulles Campaign (memoranda and press releases)
  212  
"How to Set Up a Ward and Precinct Organization" (1944)
  212  
1953-54 correspondence and memoranda
  212  
1954 press releases; Political Action of the Week (scattered issues)
  212  
1954 - January 1954 report on Marginal Congressional Districts and August 13, Interim Report on Primaries; Voting Record 83rd Congress, 2nd Session)
  213  
Intra State poll, 1954 Illinois (International Research Associates)
  213  
Printed and Pamphlet Material (including Taft Hartley and You, 1948; The People's Plan for Reconversion, 1946; Speakers Manuals and What Every Canvasser Should Know, 1944)
 
C.I.O. and International Affairs [subseries]:
  213  
World Federation of Trade Unions (October l945 Paris Conference) includes Answers by Sidney Hillman to Questions of Mr. Jean Robert of La Tribune Economique; Report by the Soviet Trade Union Delegation on The Execution by the National Trade Union Centres of the Decisions of the London World Trade Union Conference; Benoit Frachon "Report of the Activities of the French CGT"; Report of the CIO Delegation to the USSR" and draft constitution.
  213  
World Federation of Trade Unions Bulletin (scattered issues, 1945-46)
  213  
World Federation of Trade Unions. Commission to Germany (notes on interviews, 1945-46)
  213  
World Trade Union Conference (February, 1945) Report of the CIO Delegates
  213  
World Federation of Trade Unions (Sidney Hillman's correspondence) 1945-46
  214  
World Federation of Trade Unions (memoranda and resolutions) 1946
 
CIO Committee on International Affairs [subseries]:
  214  
Correspondence of chairman Jacob Potofsky (1954)
  214  
Committee on Latin America (Jacob Potofsky correspondence, 1954)
  214  
Committee on Latin America Reports, Press Releases and Printed Material) 1954
  214  
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (Jacob Potofsky's Trip to Brazil, 1954)
  214  
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (Jacob Potofsky correspondence) January - June 15, 1954
  215  
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (Jacob Potofsky correspondence) June 17 - December, 1954
  215  
Darrow, Clarence (March 26, 1927 statement on Sidney Hillman)
  215  
Debs, Eugene Memorial (1927)
  215  
Delancy Street Property (correspondence re taxes and mortgage, 1925)
  215  
Documentary History of the ACWA (1934-36 correspondence with libraries re orders)
  215  
Dues Books (Children's Jacket Makers, Knights of Labor, 1894 and ACWA New York Joint Board) 1913-17
  215  
"Fascism"- Benito Mussolini
  215  
Federated Press (Deportation of E.J. Costello) n.d.
  215  
Fortieth Anniversary (1954 statement)
  215  
Furriers Union. Memorandum of Agreement on St. Paul, Minn. Jurisdictional dispute.
  215  
Garment Workers Union-United (correspondence and papers, 1914-27) includes letters of B.A. Langer, and Thomas Rickert documenting jurisdictional fight with ACWA
  215  
Goodman & Bass Inc. balance sheet (1930)
  215  
Hart-Schaffner and Marx Labor Agreement (1911-20)
  215  
Hart-Schaffner and Marx Group Insurance Plan (n.d.)
  215  
Harlan County Mine Workers (pardon appeal) 1938
  215  
Hebrew Trades,United, 1917 Resolution on organizing immigrants
  215  
Hillman, Sidney (pamphlets by A.H. Raskin and Charles Madison)
  215  
"How the Impartial Arbitrator Works" by Jacob Moss, Annals of the American Academy of Political Science (1919)
  216  
International Congress of Clothing Workers (1919 report)
  216  
International Tailoring Strike (1925)
  216  
International Union Bank (1929)
  216  
Industrial Workers of the World (1916-20) ACWA jurisdictional war
  216  
"The Inheritance" The ACWA's 50th Anniversary film, script, publicity material and related correspondence (1962-65)
  217  
Jacobstein, Meyer (Talk to Foremen) 1919
  217  
Joint Committee on Sanitary Control in the Men's and Boys Clothing Industry (1920 proposal)
  217  
Journeymen Tailors Union (Amalgamation, 1919)
  217  
Journeymen Tailors Dept. (Convention, May 14, 1940)
  217  
Journeymen Tailors Constitution and Convention proceedings (scattered) 1873-75
  217  
Labor Chest (notes on Executive Committee Meeting, March 5, 1936)
  217  
Labor Banking (1929)
  217  
Labor Journal of Norfolk, Virginia (clippings re 1935 shirt workers strike)
 
Labor's Non-Partisan League [subseries]:
  217  
Jacob Potofsky's and Sidney Hillman's correspondence with John L. Lewis and George Berry (1936-39)
  217  
Minutes, New York State Committee Meeting (July 16, 1936)
  217  
List of officers, New York State Executive Committee (1936) and statements on wage and hour legislation
  218  
Speeches and Campaign material
  218  
Lawrence Textile Strike of 1919 includes letter from A.J. Muste to George Roewer
  218  
Lepke Case (1931)
  218  
Letters for Roosevelt (comment, 1936)
 
Liberal Party [subseries]:
  218  
Amalgamated Political Action Fund (1948)
  218  
Newbold Morris 1949 Campaign
  218  
William O'Dwyer 1949 Campaign
  218  
Lehman,Herbert and Franklin Roosevelt Jr. 1949 Campaigns
  219  
Lists - Amalgamated Officers and Closed Shops
  219  
May Day (l923-30) leaflets, pamphlets and handbills
  219  
Medical Service (ACWA) 1930-64 clippings and statements
  219  
Manpower, Memorandum on (1944)
  219  
Membership ACWA (1915-25 statistics)
  219  
Men's Clothing Manufacturers Exchange Meeting Minutes, January 30, 1937
  219  
Mine Workers (United) Extract from the Illinois State Agreement of the Coal Operators Association and the UMW (March 31, 1914)
  219  
Muste, A.J. "Whither American Labor" n.d.
  219  
National Association of Manufacturers (Committee of Future Relations-Government to Industry)
  219  
New York Clothing Manufacturers Exchange (1934 report)
  219  
New York State Board of Mediation and Arbitration (n.d. report)
  219  
Parti Ouvrier D'Unification (April ll, l938 circular letter)
  219  
Paramount Holding Co.( created September 29, 1923 to protect ACWA's real estate holdings in case of litigation)
  219  
People's Lobby (1936)
  219  
Post Cards (various themes)
  219  
Press Releases (Non ACWA)
  219  
Puerto Rico (Survey of the Clothing Industry) submitted by Jacob Potofsky - January 25, 1934
  219  
Referendum Vote (for General Executive Board Officers) 1925-36
  219  
Reinstatement (appeals)
  219  
Rickert, Thomas (summary of correspondence with)
 
Russian-American Industrial Corporation [subseries]:
  219  
Russian-American Industrial Corporation (correspondence, 1922-23)
  219  
Russian-American Industrial Corporation (1924-25)
  219  
1924 Report of the Directors, 1925 resolution authorizing granting power of attorney to Sidney Hillman
  219  
Russian Workers (labor's tribute to, December 22, 1942)
  220  
Shirt Workers Conference (January 30, 1937)
  220  
Sidney Hillman Foundation memorandum and miscellaneous printed material (1946-68)
  220  
Sonneborn, Henry (Company) Report on the Working Conditions of Steam Pressers (1920)
  220  
Soviet Russia (Friends of) 1921-22 Financial Statement
  220  
Stabilization Program (labor costs in the Men's Clothing Industry, 1938-40)
  220  
Starr, Ellen Gates (Samuel Gompers correspondence) re 1916 Chicago Clothing Workers Strike
  220  
Stern, Arthur and Judge Sutherland (Interview re Men's Clothing Exchange) n.d.
  220  
Supreme Court (1934-38)
  220  
S: General correspondence (1936-41)
 
Textile Workers' Organizing Committee (TWOC) [subseries]:
  220  
Salerno, Joseph (correspondence re Mass. Campaign) 1940
  220  
Birmingham, Alabama Campaign (correspondence, 1937)
  221  
Martinsville, Va. Campaign (1937)
  221  
New Bedford, Mass. Campaign (1937)
  221  
New Bern, N.C. Campaign (1937)
  221  
Newburgh, N.Y. (1937)
  221  
New Orleans, La. Campaign (1935-37)
  221  
Roanoke, Va. Campaign (1937)
  221  
Wilmington, N.C. Campaign (1937)
  221  
Reports: To Emil Rieve on Rhode Island (1939); Memorandum on organizing locals; brief on reciprocity with Great Britain; agreements
  221  
Lists of Mills and Manufacturers
  221  
Financial Record (1938)
  221  
Job Applications
  221  
Textile Workers Union of America, Third Party Red Ally of Reaction (1948)
  221  
Trade Union Unity League (leaflets and mimeographed broadsides) 1920's
  221  
Tributes to Sidney Hillman (1946)
 
Unemployment Insurance Fund [subseries]:
  222  
General correspondence and papers, 1923-31
  222  
Chicago Unemployment Insurance Fund Procedures. Agreements and Statistics
  222  
New York Unemployment Insurance
  222  
Yiddish
  222  
New York Clothing Unemployment Fund - Statements of receipts and disbursements (1928-36)
  222  
New York Unemployment Fund - Quarterly Reports (1938-45)
  222  
Philadelphia Unemployment Fund (agreement) 1925
  222  
Rochester Unemployment Insurance Fund - Benefit Rules (1928)
  222  
Rochester Unemployment Fund - Statistics of Operation (1928-35)
  224  
Tailor Contractors Contributions - Reported and Received (1930-38)
  224  
Rank and file case histories (1945-46)
  224  
Forms and Procedures
  224  
Clippings (newspaper and magazine articles)
  225  
Uniform Department (1918) includes Jacob Potofsky's Report of Investigation of Tailoring Sections on Military Uniforms
  225  
Union Label (1937-38)
  225  
Van Loon, Hendrik Willem, "Why I Believe That The Future Belongs To Labor"
  225  
Wage and Hour Bureau (ACWA, 1939 correspondence)
  225  
Wallace, Henry A. (Summary of Remarks, April 13, 1939 Conference of Rural and Urban Women on the American Farm and American Home)
  225  
Weekly News Letter (ACWA, July 1928)
  225  
Williams, John E. (Chairman on the Board of First Arbitration - Hart, Schaffner and Marx) Column "Fancies of Fabius", Daily Independent Times (Streator, Illinois) 1914-17
  225  
Williams, John "In Tribute": An Appreciation With Selections From His Writings (edited by Jacob Potofsky
  225  
Workmen's Circle (l959 constitution)
  225  
Works Progress Administration (miscellaneous)