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   Container / Location    Title
 
C. Records of joint boards and local unions, 1931-1970. [subseries]:
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Albany, N.Y. Joint Board organizing the Shirt Workers, 1937-39
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Allentown, Pa., 1936-40
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Atlanta, Georgia (1938-39) Shirt Workers' organizing campaign
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Baltimore Joint Board. Correspondence with Ulisse De Dominicis, Manager re organizing Baltimore's Pants Shops, 1936-39
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Baltimore Joint Board (organizing leaflets) 1930
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Baltimore Joint Board. Extracts from Hearing of Garment Workers conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Hollander in Baltimore, October 13, 1932
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Boston Joint Board. Correspondence of Manager Joseph Salerno, 1936-41
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Buffalo Joint Board, 1937-40
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Button Division. Correspondence of Local 289 (Muscatine, Iowa) President Vernon Dale, 1941
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Chicago Joint Board (miscellaneous correspondence) 1931-51
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Cincinnati Joint Board. Correspondence of Manager Jack Kroll re Shirt Workers organizing campaign, 1935-41
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Cleveland Joint Board. Correspondence of Manager Ben Peppercorn, 1941-42
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Cleaners and Dyers (1937) Julius Cohen, secretary
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Dallas, Texas (summary of organizing tactics) 1940
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Davenport, Iowa, Local 264, 1937
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Delaware and Maryland Joint Board (Shirt Workers Local 237) 1937
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Elizabeth, N.J., Local 126, 1939-40
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Fall River, Mass. Supplementary Statement to Arbitrator on issues involved in dispute between Amalgamated Clothing Workers and Anderson Little Company, December 4, 1945
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Ft. Wayne, Indiana Local 146. Letter from Dorothy Palmer to Joseph Schlossberg, February, 1937
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Glove Workers correspondence with Joseph Schlossberg re 1937 organizing campaign in New York City, Gloversville, N.Y. and Toledo, Ohio.
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Greenbay, Wisconsin, 1937
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Indianapolis, Ind. (1940) Local 145
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Italian Locals 144, Chicago, 51 Baltimore, 1930
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Jacksonville, Illinois, Local 199, 1939
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Journeymen Tailors Union (1936-41) including 1940 convention proceeding
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Kansas City (clippings and miscellaneous papers) 1923-32
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Kentucky Joint Board. Correspondence of Robert Hardy and Newman Jeffrey of Local 98 re Paducah Shirt Workers organizing campaign, 1937
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Kingston, North Carolina, letters of rank and file workers describing conditions in the Shirt factories, 1943
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La Follette, Tennessee, Local 95 (extracts from minutes) 1940-45
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La Follette, Local 95, Executive Board Minutes, May 26, 1938 - October 4, 1945
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La Follette, Local 95, Executive Board Minutes, June 14, 1944 - July 18, 1945
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La Follette, Local 95 (monthly shop meetings) July 21, 1942 - October 2, 1945
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Laundry Workers Joint Board. Correspondence and papers, 1937-39 including correspondence re 1938 appointment of Walter Cook as Manager and his replacement in 1939 by Louis Simon
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Laundry Workers Joint Board. Survey of Earnings of Commission Family Laundry Drivers in the New York Area (ACWA Research Dept., May 1945)
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Los Angeles Joint Board. Miscellaneous papers, 1926-30
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Louisville, Kentucky, Local 120. Emma Saurer's correspondence with Sidney Hillman, 1938
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Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania Regional Joint Board (clipping)
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Martinsberg, West Virginia, Local 1756, 1936
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Minnesota Joint Board. Correspondence with Sander Genis, Manager, 1937
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Montreal Joint Board, 1937-40
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Nashville, Tennessee. Shirt Workers Organizing Campaign, 1937
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Neckwear Makers Union (1936) including Public Hearing - Industrial Homework, Men's Neckwear Industry (New York State Dept. of Labor)
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New Albany, Indiana (1937) Locals 87 and 244
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New Bedford, Mass. (Organizing the Shirt Workers) 1937
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New Castle, Pennsylvania, 1937
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New Haven, Ct. (Organizing the Shirt Workers of Local 125) correspondence of Aldo Cursi, 1935-42
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New Jersey Joint Board (South Jersey Jt. Bd.) 1923-52
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New York Joint Board (1935-69) miscellaneous papers
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New York Joint Board. Papers re Victor Allerprando Case, 1954
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New York Joint Board Corruption Hearings (April-May, 1933) Charges against B. Jackson, Trade Manager of the Coat Department, Hyman Siegel, J. Ginsburg and Silvi Silverman, Business Agents.
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New York Joint Board Corruption Hearings (April-May 1933) collateral documents
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Newburgh, N.Y., 1935
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Norfolk, Va., Local 92. Shirt Workers Organizing Campaign, correspondence of Edith Christenson, Willois Bishop (organizers) and others, 1934
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Norfolk, Va., correspondence of Jacob Potofsky, 1935
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Norfolk, Va., Excerpts from Court Testimony (1936) including correspondence with ACWA attorney Louis Waldman
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Norfolk, Va., National Labor Relations Board. Correspondence, 1934
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Overalls Joint Board, including correspondence of Jacob Potofsky to Harry Rogen, 1937
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Pennsylvania Joint Board, including correspondence of Manager, David Monas, 1939-54
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Philadelphia Joint Board, 1920-37
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Pittsburgh Joint Board, 1939-52
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Poughkeepsie Local 123, 1937
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Richmond, Va., Local 88, Shirt Workers Organizing Campaign (1937), correspondence of Clemmie Shuck, organizer with Dorothy Bellanca and Jacob Potofsky
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Rochester Joint Board (1935-47) including correspondence of Abe Chatman, manager re 1947 jurisdictional dispute with the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union
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St. Louis Joint Board including correspondence of Ben Gilbert, manager with Jacob Potofsky re Shirt Workers organizing campaign, 1936-39
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Salesman Local 340, New York, New York, 1949
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San Francisco Joint Board, 1935-38
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Schuylkill County (Report on 1920 organizing drive)
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Shirt Workers Joint Board, 1933-40
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South Eastern Regional Joint Board (1939,1971) mostly newspaper clippings and organizing leaflets
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Southwestern Regional Joint Board (organizing report) c.1955
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Springfield, Mass., Local 290, 1939
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Staunton, Va. (Shirt Workers organizing campaign, 1937). Correspondence of ACWA attorney Louis Waldman with Sidney Hillman and organizer Willois Bishop with Dorothy Jacobs Bellanca.
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Syracuse, N.Y., Local 220, correspondence of local union president Philip L. Castro with Jacob Potofsky, 1941
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Toronto Joint Board, 1936-1969
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Utica, N.Y., 1933-42
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Vestmakers Union
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Webster, Mass. Joint Board, 1938
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Winnipeg, Canada, 1946
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Worcester, Mass., 1941