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XV. Departmental papers. [series]:
 
A. Department of Cultural Affairs. [subseries]:
 
1. Plays and scripts. [subseries]:
  226  
Plays by Charles Lewin "This We Promise"; "To Promote the General Welfare"; Charles Haskell "A Memo To America"
  226  
"Journey From Yesterday to Today" l955 N.B.C. Radio Script
 
2. Short Courses [subseries]:
  226  
Democracy Aims and Practices (1939)
  226  
Collective Bargaining: History and Economics (1940)
  226  
Correspondence Courses: Trade Union Problems; Labor In American History (1942)
  226  
History, Structure and Function of the Amalgamated: The CIO, History, Theory and Prospect (1944)
  226  
New Members Course (1945)
  226  
Handbook (1949)
  226  
Short Histories of the ACWA (various dates)
  226  
Printed Material and Clippings
 
B. Finance Department [subseries]:
  227  
General correspondence (1925-66)
  227  
Statement of Stamps Sold (1936)
  227  
Charitable Contributions (1936)
  227  
Bills and Receipts
 
C. Research Department [subseries]:
  227  
General Correspondence with researchers and ACWA staff (1961-66)
 
Chronological File [subseries]:
  228  
1854, 1875 - Includes Journeymen Tailors Society of Baltimore, Bill of Prices, February 27, 1854; Proceedings of the 10th Annual Convention of the Journeymen Tailors National Trade Union (August, 1875)
  228  
1910-20 - Includes material on the 1914 Nashville Convention; 1914 Baltimore Clothing Workers Strike; Wage Survey, 1911-1919; 1917 Montreal Strike; 1919 Steel Strike; 1910 Lawrence, Mass. Textile Workers Strike; Origins of the Impartial Chairman.
  229  
1921-33 - Includes material on 1920-1921 New York City lockout; Report on the Progress of the ACWA by George Soule (1920); William Ripley "Bones of Contention" 1922; printed and pamphlet material documenting the left-right fight of the 1920's
  230  
1934-39 - Includes material on NRA (earnings comparison); memoranda on Cutters Contract (1936); Advance statement on Wagner Labor Disputes Bill; Report Interruptions of the Flow of Goods as Affected by the Struggle for Collective Bargaining in the Men's Clothing Industry (1935-36 Price Lists)
  231  
1940-45 - Includes material on ethnicity of membership
  231  
1941 - Elmo Roper public opinion poll of fascism (June, 1940)
  231  
1941 - Report on Anti-Semitism
  231  
Misc.
  231  
Questionnaire sent out by Congressional Naval Affairs Committee Investigating Work Stoppages (May 8, 1941)
  231  
Sidney Hillman and the War Production Board (1940-45)
  231  
Charles Wilson, Total Security (1941)
  231  
1943-45, Misc.
  232  
1946-60 - Includes Catherine Williams' correspondence with Matthew Josephson re his Sidney Hillman biography; 1952 memoranda on "organizing in the South"; 1958 AFL-CIO Fair Labor Standards Conference
  233  
1964-73 - Includes material on 50th Anniversary, May, 1964; ACWA Bibliographies; material collected for Red Books but not used.
  234  
ACWA's Anthology of Historical Documents, 1880-1914
  235  
ACWA's Anthology of Historical Documents, 1914 (New York Convention) 1919
  236  
ACWA's Anthology of Historical Documents - 1922-39
  237  
CIO and the New Deal (1935-39)
  237  
World War II Era (1940-45)
  237  
AFL-CIO Merger (1955)
  237  
Benefit Plans (1945-63)
  237  
Civil Liberties and Foreign Policy (1946-53)
  238  
Hillman Memorials (1940-63)
  238  
International Affairs and Free Trade (1940-65)
  238  
Organizing (1945-63)
  238  
Political Action (1946-63)
  238  
Procurement (Gov't.) - 1945-63
  239  
Copies of Material Collected for ACWA's Red Books, 1935-74
  240  
Copies of Material Collected for ACWA's Red Books, 1935-74
 
Biographical File of ACWA's General Executive Board Members, 1914-1972 [subseries]:
  241  
Form used to gather information
  241  
Bellanca, August
  241  
Bellanca, Dorothy
  241  
Bellanca, Frank
  241  
Bookbinder, Hyman
  241  
Block, Reuben
  241  
Blumberg, Hyman
  241  
Brazier, Richard
  241  
Bray, Nathan
  241  
Catalanotti, Joseph
  241  
Cohen, Jack
  241  
Cursi, Aldo
  242  
De Dominicis, Ulisse
  242  
Dickason, Gladys
  242  
Di Lauro, Thomas
  242  
Ervin, Charles
  242  
Fiascone, Joseph
  242  
Finley, Murray
  242  
Froise, Anthony
  242  
Gold, Joseph
  242  
Hardman, J.B.S.
  242  
Hillman, Bessie
  242  
Hillman, Sidney
  242  
Hollander, Louis
  242  
Kazan, Abraham
  242  
Kroll, Jack
  242  
Krzycki, Leo
  242  
Levin, Samuel
  242  
Marimpietri, A.D.
  242  
Marcovitz, Lazarus
  242  
Miller, Abraham
  242  
Miller, Joyce
  243  
Peppercorn, Ben
  243  
Potofsky, Jacob
  243  
Rabkin, Elias
  243  
Rosenblum, Frank
  243  
Samuel, Howard
  243  
Schlossberg, Joseph
  243  
Spitzer, Morris
  243  
Spivak, Sol
  243  
Weinstein, Charles
  243  
Weinstein, Murray
  243  
Miscellaneous
 
Subject Files [subseries]:
  244  
ACWA Locals (1919)
  244  
Amalgamated In Business (1926)
  244  
Changes In The Amalgamated Leadership (1946-47)
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements (1911-19)
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements (1922-30)
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements (1931-45)
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements (1946-56)
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements (Benefit Provisions) 1937-44
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements - (Social Provisions in ACWA Contracts, 1944)
  244  
Collective Bargaining Agreements - (Chicago) 1915-35
  245  
Collective Bargaining Agreements - (Equal Pay for Equal Work) 1952
  245  
Collective Bargaining (Industry Wide Bargaining) 1937-47
  245  
Collective Bargaining (Trade Agreements)
  245  
Collective Bargaining (Vacations) 1926-38
  245  
Cotton Garment Clothing Firms in the South (1938)
  245  
Defense Effort (ACWA) 1941
  245  
Directory of Manufacturers having agreements with ACWA
  246  
Distribution of Organizers, Managers and Business Agents
  246  
Distribution of Membership (1919-44)
  246  
Hart-Schaffner & Marx Joint Board Minutes, October 1912-May, 1913 (photocopy)
  246  
Imports (September 8, 1966 Report)
  246  
Josephson, Matthew, Notes for Sidney Hillman Biography (1950)
  246  
Lists, Locals, Joint Boards and Organizers (1931-35)
  246  
Lists of Union Manufacturers
  246  
Mailing Lists (1931-35)
  246  
Membership, Dues and Working Cards (sample)
  246  
Men's Neckwear, Wages and Hours (1937-43)
  246  
Midwest Market Survey (wages, hours, unionization) 1941-42
  246  
National Industrial Recovery Administration (general wage, hours data)
 
National Industrial Recovery Administration-Cotton Garment Code [subseries]:
  247  
Compliance to and Violation of NIRA Code
  247  
Enforcement of Codes
  247  
Evidence Study Series (prepared by NRA's Division of Review) study of various legal issues which arose under the National Industrial Recovery Act (August, 1935)
  247  
Exemptions under the Cotton Garment Code (including resume of exemptions committee minutes)
  247  
Labor Complaint Committee Minutes (1934-35)
  247  
Prison Labor (statistical summary questionnaire - April, 1935)
  248  
Statistical Studies by Cotton Garment Code Authority
 
Men's Clothing Code Authority [subseries]:
  248  
General includes correspondence with Hyman Blumberg; statistical report, December 8, 1933; summary of minutes and by laws; and monthly reports, 1934-35
  248  
Amendments, proposals & interpretations
  248  
Employment, hours, earnings
  248  
Enforcement
  248  
Evidence Study (NRA Division of Review, July, 1935 Report)
  249  
Health Standards and Home Work. Violations (by city):
  249  
Baltimore
  249  
Boston
  249  
Buffalo
  249  
Cleveland
  249  
Chicago
  249  
Cincinnati
  249  
Lansdale, PA
  249  
Milwaukee
  249  
New York City
  249  
Philadelphia
  249  
Rochester
  249  
St. Louis
  249  
Utica, N.Y.
  249  
Miscellaneous by region
  249  
Violations 11b and 11d. Hearings. Joseph Pietrafesa Comp. (November 20, 1934) Friedman and Harry Marks Comp. Also includes correspondence of Hyman Blumberg (November 19, 1934)
  249  
Merchant and Custom Tailoring Code
  249  
Neckwear Industry includes preliminary report analyzing piece rates, labor productivity and consolidated profit and loss statements (May, 1933-August, 1934)
  250  
Hearings: Men's Clothing Code (1935)
 
National War Labor Board [subseries]:
  251  
Carnegie Steel Case (August, 1942)
  251  
General Statistical Material Supplied to Regional Boards, Philadelphia, August 1943
  251  
General Orders (Wage Stabilization) 1943-46
  251  
Substandard Wages (May, 1943)
  251  
Congressional Resolution on 65 cents Minimum Substandard (1944)
  251  
Executive Order 9240 Premimum Rates (January 1944)
  251  
Applications for Approval of Voluntary Wage Adjustment
  251  
Cases other than Amalgamated (Textiles)
  251  
Cases other than Amalgamated (Miscellaneous)
 
Cotton Garment Industry Cases (ACWA) [subseries]:
  252  
Recommendations of Fact Finding Panel to National War Labor Board (October 11, 1943)
  252  
Wage data - various industries - July, 1943
  252  
Hearings, April-June, 1943. Papers. Includes union demands; correspondence with firms handled by General Office; duplicates of material given commission foremen; list of firms bound by decision; material sent to NWLB members.
 
Hearings, July-December, 1943. [subseries]:
  253  
Petition of Reconsideration of Denial; ACWA Statement; July, 1943 testimony; wage data; summary of average wages; December, 1943 decision
  254  
List of firms who are covered and those not covered by case
  255  
List of firms filing form #l; agreement as to minimum wage; form #2 Permission to apply directive order in the Cotton Garment Case; firms certified to the National War Labor Board; firms referred to NWLB by manager or business agent; misc. lists by product, area, population
  256  
Fact Finding Report and Collateral Documents (December, 1943)
  256  
Exhibits - Rochester Arbitration Decision - 1927-30
 
Journeymen Tailors [subseries]:
  256  
Journeymen Tailors Union Capital District - Rate Ranges (July, 1945)
  256  
Journeymen Tailors Union of Hartford, Ct. includes memorandum of hours, wages and working conditions (1945)
  256  
Journeymen Tailors Union, Washington, D.C., 1943-44
  256  
Journeymen Tailors Union, Washington, D.C., (April 21, 1945)
  256  
Journeymen Tailors Union, Wilkes Barre, Pa. (Wages, May, 1945)
  257  
Men's Clothing Industry - Vacation with Pay - December, 1943
  257  
ACWA Troy Office Workers - October 1944
  257  
Sheeplined and Leather Case - New England, January 1944
 
NWLB Regional Office Files [subseries]:
  257  
Region I, Boston - Going Wage Rates
  258  
Region II, New York - General
  258  
Region II, New York - Going Wage Rates
  258  
Region III, Philadelphia - General
  258  
Region III, Philadelphia - Going Wage Rates
  259  
Region IV - Atlanta
  259  
Region V - Cleveland
  259  
Region VI - Chicago
  259  
Region VII - Kansas City, Mo.
  260  
Region VIII - Dallas
  260  
Region IX - Denver
  260  
Region X - San Francisco
  260  
Region XI - Michigan
  260  
Region XII - Seattle
 
Public Contract Legislation (Walsh Healey Bill) [subseries]:
  261  
Correspondence, 1937-39; legal papers, 1940-48; minimum wage decisions, 1937; Uniform Clothing Industry; apprenticeship; violations
  262  
Wage Surveys Men's Clothing Industry; 1940-48
  263  
New England Joint Board Wage Data, 1942
  263  
Nuremberg Trials (includes report on the association of William Rhodes Davis and Senator Guffey and their activities in regard to the sale of oil to Nazi Governments)
  263  
Piece Rates - Heavy Outerwear and Sports Wear Industry (1941)
  263  
Reciprocity (Men's Clothing Industry) 1938
  263  
Shirt Workers (growth and membership to 1930)
  263  
Shirt Workers (growth and membership) 1933-49
  263  
Smithsonian Institute Bicentennial Exhibition (ACWA loan)
  263  
Statistics (miscellaneous)
  263  
Strikes (1914-43)
  263  
Wage and Hour Law (1938)
  263  
Wage and Hour Law (1938) Rank and File letters
  264  
Wage Scales Data (1933-56)
  264  
Wagner Labor Disputes Law
  264  
Wolman, Leo - ACWA Research Director (1920-31) Writings and Speeches
  264  
Women Workers - equal pay (1945 statement)
  265-270  
Research Department - Notes on various projects