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A. Records of joint boards and local unions, 1914-1930. [subseries]:
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Baltimore, D.C. #3 Minutes (1915-19) plus bound volume
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Baltimore D.C. #3 correspondence and papers re Sonneborn Strike and organizing Sonneborn Company, 1915-16
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Baltimore Local 15 (Clothing Cutters and Trimmers) 1917 strike
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Baltimore Local 52 (Examiners and Bushelmen's Union) 1919
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Baltimore Local 117 (Vestmakers Union) 1917-19
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Baltimore Local 170 and Local 244 (Buttonhole Makers) 1914-15
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Baltimore Local 218 (Lithuanian Local) 1920
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Boston Joint Board, 1914-20
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Boston Local 181, 1920
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Buffalo Joint Board (1915-30), correspondence and organizing leaflets re 1923 strike
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Chicago Joint Board (correspondence) 1914-17
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Chicago Joint Board (correspondence) 1920-30
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Chicago Joint Board (Miscellaneous papers, membership, by-laws, Stephen Skala, "Story of the Great Organizing Campaign in Chicago") 1915-19
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Chicago 1915 Strike (Statement by Sidney Hillman, organizing leaflets, ACWA's official strike report)
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Chicago Board of Arbitration agreement between ACWA and Chicago Clothing Manufacturers, 1921
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Chicago. Agreements, 1914-25; Hart-Schaffner and Marx labor agreements, 1914-16; Chicago Clothing contract, 1919-21, 1925
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Chicago Joint Board. Hearings. Illinois State Committee Hearings. Chicago Clothing Strike, 1910
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Chicago Joint Board. Hearings. Proceedings of the Special Committee of the City Council of Chicago in the matter of the Garment Makers' Strike, 1915
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Conditions in the Men's Clothing Industry. U.S. Senate Committee on Education and Labor, June 1921
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Chicago Arbitration Proceedings, 1920-23
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Chicago. Agreement between Clothing Manufacturers of Chicago and ACWA establishing Unemployment Insurance Fund, 1923
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Chicago Joint Board. Miscellaneous printed material, broadsides, organizing leaflets
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Chicago. Lithuanian Local 6, 1917
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Chicago Cloak Makers Union #18, 1915; Ladies Waist and Dressmakers Union #25, 1917
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Chicago Local 39, Italian Local (1911-19) correspondence and minutes. See Also: Minute Book - oversize (Bd. vol. on shelf between Bx. 40-41)
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Chicago Local 269. Resolution by Lithuanian Local protest against dues increase from $.80 to $1.25; Local 271, Cloth Examiners and Spongers, 1921; Local 275
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Chicago. Cutters Joint Board. Minutes, Hart-Schaffner and Marx, 1912-13
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Cincinnati Joint Board. general correspondence, 1914-29
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Cincinnati Joint Board (Nash Clothing Company organizing campaign) 1925-27 includes Sidney Hillman's correspondence with Edward Keating
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Cincinnati Joint Board (Nash Clothing Company organizing campaign) printed material and clippings includes the Nash Journal - 1927
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Childrens Clothing Joint Board, 1915-23
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Cleveland Joint Board, 1920-26
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Coat Tailors, Operators and Pressers Union (Brooklyn) 1917
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Connecticut Joint Board, 1918-20
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Hamilton, Ontario Local 210, 1920-28
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Indianapolis, Indiana (1919) Kahn Tailoring Strike
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Journeymen Tailors Union #5
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Joliette, P.Q., 1920
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Lapel Makers Local 161 (Resolution opposing World War I) 1917
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Lithuanian Local of Brooklyn, 1917
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Louisville, Kentucky, Local 180 (Minutes and other papers, 1917-18
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Lynn, Mass. "Memorandum on the Cooperative Shop" 1920
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Milwaukee Joint Board. Joseph Schlossberg's correspondence with Leo Krzycki re 1916 organizing campaign and strike; open shop campaign, legal papers, 1916-30
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Montreal Joint Board, 1916-36
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New Jersey Joint Board (1916-25)
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New York Joint Board (1913-20), correspondence and weekly report of Manager, David Wolf; Louis Hollander's statement "Dissatisfaction against UGW"
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New York Clothing Cutters, 1918
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New York Local 5. Left-right split - Weiner-Pollack trial to investigate charges that these clothing workers were members of the Communist Party and disloyal to the ACWA, 1927
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New York Children's Jacket Makers Local #10, 1916
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New York Local 12. Meeting of investigation against Max Kaplan being accused of acting as a spy (August 5, 1916) includes letters by Sidney Hillman commenting on the case.
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New York Local 19, 1923
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New York Local 40 (Pants Makers Union) 1916-20
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New York Local 54-58, 1920
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New York Italian Local #63, 1918
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New York Local 80 (Custom Pants Makers) 1920
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New York Local 103 (Russian Polish Clothing Workers, 1923
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New York Local 156 & 169 (Operators & Washable Jacket and Pants Makers Union) 1928
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New York Local 176, 1920
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New York Local 244, 1916
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New York. The Great Lockout. December 8, 1920 - June 8, 1921 (correspondence, reports on negotiations)
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New York. The Great Lockout (newspaper clippings, printed material, chronology. Mary Vorse "What the Lockout Means"
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New York. City Lockout. Legal Papers. Supreme Court Case, 1921
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New York. International Tailoring Strike, 1925
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New York Joint Board (minutes, fragments, 1916-21) "Survey of the N.Y. Clothing Industry" 1919
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New York Joint Board Corruption. Investigation Committee hearings, June-August, 1921
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New York Joint Board Corruption. Investigation Committee hearings (transcript December 15, 1921)
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New York Joint Board Corruption. Investigation Committee hearings (transcript December 16, 1921)
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New York Joint Board Corruption. Investigation Committee hearings (transcript December 17, 1921)
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New York Childrens Joint Corruption hearings, October 1923
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New York Bar Association Conference, 1919. Report of the Conference held at the Bar Association January 17, 1919 between representatives of the American Men's and Boy's Clothing Manufacturers and the ACWA.
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New York Bar Association Conference Report (continued) general correspondence, 1914-25
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Philadelphia Joint Board. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, and organizing leaflets, 1920-29
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Philadelphia Joint Board (minutes) 1925
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Philadelphia Local Union correspondence, 1914-25
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Pittsburgh Local 86, 1920
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Rochester Joint Board, general correspondence, 1916-30
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Rochester Joint Board. Research Department. Reports on membership, work stoppages, family size, 1923-30
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Rochester Joint Board. 1921 arbitration hearings before William Leiserson
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Rochester Joint Board, 1925 strike
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Rochester Joint Board. Printed material and organizing leaflets including the Quality Journal issued by the employees of the Hickey Freeman Company (1923) and Amalgamated Bulletin issued by Joint Board's Educational Department (1920-21)
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Rochester Locals 157 and 202. correspondence - appeal to Lithuanian Tailors
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Rochester Joint Board. Minutes. October 31, 1918
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St. Louis, Local 105 & Journeymen Tailors, correspondence, 1925
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San Francisco Local 266, correspondence and minutes, 1925
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Scranton, PA., 1918
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Shirtmakers Joint Board, correspondence, 1920 and report of manager, Aldo Cursi, May 24, 1923
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Springfield, Mass., Local 184, 1920
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Streator, Illinois, 1920
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Toronto Joint Board. correspondence, 1915-1925
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Toronto Joint Board. Appeal of James Blugerman to G.E.B., 1926
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Twin Cities Joint Board (Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN) correspondence, 1920-22
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Utica, N.Y., Local 104, 1919
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Vestmakers Joint Board, 1925
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Worcester, Mass., Local 174, n.d.
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Unidentified local union minutes, 1918