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  121-128  
B. Jacob Potofsky. Assistant President and Secretary-Treasurer's correspondence, 1930-1946. [subseries]:
  121  
Abt, John (ACWA attorney) 1938-40
  121  
Addes, George (UAW) 1938-39
  121  
Advance (1937) re Frank Rosenblum and the midwestern organizing campaign
  121  
Aluminum Workers of America (1937)
  121  
Altschuler, Michael (Corregated Enterprises) 1936
  121  
Amalgamated Housing Corporation (including correspondence with A.E. Kazan) 1937-39
  121  
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (letters to GEB and Dept. heads)
  121  
ACWA (letters to locals and joint boards) 1937-38
  121  
Amalgamated Securities (1942)
  121  
Amalgamated Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago (1936)
  121  
American Arbitration Association (1938)
  121  
American Federation of Labor (correspondence with William Green and Frank Morrison re jurisdictional problems, union label and Norfolk strike) 1935-36
  121  
American Labor Party (1936-44) correspondence with Elinor Herrick, state campaign director, Alex Rose, secretary regarding state election campaigns
  121  
American Russian Chamber of Commerce (1933)
  121  
Anderson, Mary (1935-36)
  121  
Andrews, John (American Association for Labor Legislation) 1935
  121  
Anthracite Coal district student letters to Jacob Potofsky (1939)
  121  
Asher, Benjamin (manufacturer, Fitchberg, Mississippi) 1939
  121  
Asher, Judge Jacob (1938)
  121  
Automobile Workers (United)
  121  
A (general)
  121  
Baalen, A. Van (Company re union checkoff) 1940
  121  
Baldwin, Roger (ACLU) 1935
  121  
Bambrick, James (Service Employees International Union) 1936
  121  
Barkley, Alben (Vice President of the United States) 1949
  121  
Barre, Vermont Central Labor Union (re Union label) 1937
  121  
Becker, Frank (local 266, San Francisco) 1937-39
  121  
Bellanca, August (1936-46)
  121  
Bellanca, Dorothy (1937) Shirt Workers Organizing campaign
  121  
Belous, Charles (New York City Council) 1938
  121  
Bennington Vermont Industrial Union Council (1938)
  121  
Berkowitz Company Inc. (1937)
  121  
Berkowitz, Mortis (local 91, NYC) 1938
  121  
Berle, Adolph (Assistant Secretary of State) 1938
  121  
Bernstein, Harry (clothing worker appeals expulsion) 1936-38
  121  
Bernstein and Sons (clothing manufacturers) 1936-39
  121  
Berry, George (Labor's Non-Partisan League) 1936-37
  121  
Billikopf, Jacob (National Coordination Committee) 1937
  121  
Bisno, Beatrice (U.S. Dept of Labor, Wage and Hour Administration) 1939
  121  
Bittiman, L. (18 year old looking for a job) 1935
  122  
Blair County Central Labor Union, (Pa) 1936
  122  
Blue Jean Manufacturing Company (Scranton, Pa) 1938
  122  
Blumberg, Jack (Chicago Joint Board) 1939
  122  
Bob, H.D. Company (New York Shirt manufacturer) 1935-39
  122  
Bohn, William (Tamiment Institute) 1937
  122  
Bond Clothes (New York) 1938-39
  122  
Borinsky, Sarah (Baltimore Joint Board) 1935
  122  
Brandwen, Macwell (ACWA attorney, Labor Division, War Production Board) 1941
  122  
Brandzel, Sol (Chicago Joint Board) 1938-39
  122  
Brewster Shirt Company (New York) 1937
  122  
Bright, Leonard (Bookkeepers, Stenographers and Accountants Union) 1936
  122  
Brookwood Labor College (correspondence with Tucker Smith, Director) 1935-36
  122  
Brophy, John (Director, CIO) 1936-38
  122  
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen (A.F. Whitney, president) 1939
  122  
Brotherhood of Shoe and Allied Craftsmen-Boston (1937)
  122  
Brower, Brill and Tompkins (ACWA attorney, NYC) 1937-38
  122  
Bryan, George (summary of Union labor situation) 1937
  122  
Bryn Mawr Summer School (report on ACWA students) 1938
  122  
Bureau of Personnel Administration (1935-37)
  122  
Burr, Charles (organizer, Chicago) 2 telegrams, 1937
  122  
B (general)
  122  
Canada Dept. of Labor (librarian) 1937
  122  
Capitol District Shirt Manufacturers Association (1937)
  122  
Caplan, Hyman (Baltimore Joint Board) 1936
  122  
Carey, James B. (United Electrical Workers) jurisdictional disputes, IBEW (1934-38)
  122  
Celanese Workers Industrial Union (United Textile Workers Union of America, Cumberland, Md.) 1937
  122  
Celler, Emanuel (Congressman, Brooklyn) 1935
  122  
Charlotte (North Carolina) Central Labor Union (1935)
  122  
Chatman, Abraham (Rochester Joint Board) 1936
  122  
Chicago Joint Board (correspondence with Easer Goldberg) 1936-38
  122  
Chicago Teachers of Adult Education (1935)
  122  
Chicago Typographical Union (1937)
  122  
Christensen, Edith (organizer, Virginia and North Carolina) 1936
  122  
City Shirt Company (Mahony, Pa.) 1936-39
  122  
Claessens, August (American Film Alliance) 1939
  122  
Clark, Bert (Cooperative Buying Service) 1940
  122  
Clearfield Mills Inc. (Williamsport, Pa.) 1937-39
  122  
Cleveland Joint Board (1936)
  122  
Clothing Manufacturers of the USA (1940)
  122  
Cobb, Hilda (organizer, Kentucky) 1938
  122  
Coit, Eleanor (Affiliated Schools for Workers) 1935
  122  
Coleman, Mickey (organizer, East Radford, Va.) 1936
  122  
Columbia University (1937)
  122  
Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa (1936)
  122  
Community Church of New York (1938)
  122  
C.I.O. (correspondence with John Brophy, Director, J.R. Bell, Controller re dues collection and campaign for industrial unionism) 1936-40
  122  
Consumers Cooperative Services (NYC) 1937
  122  
Consumers League (1938)
  122  
Consumers Union of the United States (1936)
  122  
Cooper, Ben (local 193) 1937
  123  
Cotton Garment Code Authority (National Industrial Recovery Administration) correspondence with regional and departmental administrators re wages, hours, working conditions and prison labor (1934-35)
  123  
Coveiski, John (Consumers Research) Strike-1935
  123  
Cullum, Bob (Washington, D.C.) 1935
  123  
Curlee, Clothing Company (St. Louis Strike Committee) 1938
  123  
C (general)
  123  
Daily News Record (New York) 1939
  123  
Daniel, Franz (organizer, Tennessee, New Orleans, La.) 1936-37
  123  
Davidson, Tecia (Sidney Hillman's Secretary) 1929-38
  123  
Delaney, John (Congressman, N.Y.) 1940
  123  
Delicatessen and Restaurant Workers Union (1937)
  123  
Denver Sanitarium (1937-40)
  123  
Detroit (Dept. of Street Railways) 1938
  123  
Dickason, Gladys (ACWA Research Dept.) 1936-43
  123  
Domestic Relations Court (NYC) 1936
  123  
Drechsler, David (ACWA attorney) 1939-40
  123  
Dressmakers Joint Board (ILGWU) 1937-39
  123  
DuBois and Sons (Uniform manufacturers, NYC) 1939
  123  
Dubinsky, David (ILGWU) 1936-39
  123  
Dyers, Finishers and Bleachers Federation (1938-39)
  123  
D (general)
  123  
Electrical Workers (United) 1937-39
  123  
Elet, Louis (ACWA New Albany, Ind. local) 1937
  123  
Ellman, Samuel Inc. (Syracuse) 1938
  123  
Equitable Life Insurance Company, 1936
  123  
Erie Central Labor Union (Pa.) 1937
  123  
Essley Shirt Company (N.Y.) 1937-39
  123  
E (general)
  123  
Fairchild Publications (1936)
  123  
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (1935-36)
  123  
Federal Emergency Administration of Public Workers (1935)
  123  
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies (1942)
  123  
Fine and Sons Manufacturers (N.Y.) 1935-37
  123  
Fitch, John (New York School of Social Work) 1935
  123  
Food Organizers (Food Workers, AFL) 1936
  123  
Frank, Jane (ACWA, Local 99, New Castle, Pa.) 1937
  123  
Friedman, J.R. and Sons (clothing manufacturer) 1940
  123  
Fur Workers Union (International) 1936-39
  123  
Furniture Workers (United) 1938
  123  
F (general)
  124  
Garbage Washer and Polishers Local Union No. 272
  124  
Garment Workers (International Ladies) 1935-39
  124  
Garment Workers (United) 1935-37
  124  
Geise, Leona (ACWA local 76) 1938
  124  
Genis, Sander (Minnesota Joint Board) 1938
  124  
General Executive Board (1937-40)
  124  
Georgia Federation of Labor (1936)
  124  
Giovannitte, Arturo (1936)
  124  
Godwin, Dorothy (ACWA local 92, Norfolk, Va.) 1937
  124  
Gold, Ben (International Fur and Leather Workers Union. Jewish People's Committee for United Action Against Fascism and Anti-Semitism) 1937
  124  
Golden, Clinton (organizer, Pittsburgh) 1935
  124  
Goldstein and Asher (attorneys, NYC) 1938
  124  
Gramercy Park Clothes (1938)
  124  
Greenberg, Harry (Trade Union tribute for St. Louis) 1938
  124  
Greenstein, Abe (organizer, Florida and North Carolina) 1936-38
  124  
G (general)
  124  
Har Sinai Congregation (1936-38)
  124  
Hardmann, J.B.S. (Advance) 1930-39
  124  
Hardy, Charles (organizer, La Follette, Tennessee) 1936
  124  
Harwood Underwear Company (N.Y.) 1936-37
  124  
Hatters, Cap and Millinery Workers (United)
  124  
Hawes, Zillia (1938)
  124  
Herrick, Elinor (NLRB) 1937
  124  
Herwitz, H.K. (N.Y. Unemployment Insurance) 1930-38
  124  
Hershkowitz, Nathan (Clothing Workers) 1935
  124  
Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tennessee) includes correspondence with Zillia Hawes (1934-41)
  124  
Hillman, Bessie (telegram, 1941)
  124  
Hillman, Philoine (1941)
  124  
Hillman, Sidney (1938-41)
  124  
Hillyer, Mary (1936) League for Industrial Democracy
  124  
Hollander, Louis (N.Y. Joint Board) 1936
  124  
Horowitz, H. (1933)
  124  
Hosiery Workers (American Federation of) 1936-39
  124  
Hotels (confirmations and reservations) 1936-40
  124  
Howard Clothes (1938-39)
  124  
Hull, Cordell (Secretary of State)-Potofsky to (1936-39)
  124  
H (general)
  124  
Illinois State Federation of Labor (1936)
  124  
Industrial Insurance Agents Union (1938)
  124  
International Association of Garment Manufacturers 1935-38)
  124  
Isaacs, Stanley (N.Y. City Council) 1937
  124  
Isovitz, H. (re increase hours under War Labor Board order) 1941
  124  
Isserman and Isserman (ACWA lawyers, Newark) 1937
  124  
Italian Anti Fascist Committee (1936)
  124  
ILO National Committee (1938)
  124  
I (general)
  124  
Jacobson and Sons (Clothing manufacturers, New York)
  124  
Jeffrey, Newman (organizer, Portland, Maine) n.d.
  124  
Jewish Consumptive Relief Sanitorium (1939-40)
  124  
Jewish Daily Forward (1937-38)
  124  
Jewish Labor Committee (1939)
  124  
Jewish Laymen's Committee (1940)
  124  
Jewish Appeal (United) 1940
  124  
Job Applications (1936)
  124  
Joplin Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers (1937)
  125  
Journeymen Tailors Union (1935)
  125  
J (general)
  125  
Kalman, John (Chicago Joint Board) 1938
  125  
Katz, Isidor (Philadelphia attorney re Model Blouse Shop campaign) 1939-40
  125  
Kennedy, Thomas (UMW) 1937
  125  
Kenyon, Dorothy (N.Y. attorney) 1939
  125  
Klienman, George (International Fur and Leather Workers Union) re 1939 convention
  125  
Knitgood Workers' Union (ILGWU-jurisdictional fight, bathrobe industry) 1939
  125  
Kramen, Harry (local 263, Philadelphia) 1935
  125  
Krzycki, Leo (organizer, Rochester, Louisville, Milwaukee) 1930-39
  125  
Kuhlman, Griselda (Industrial Secretary, National Board of the YWCA) 1935-39
  125  
Kurtz, David (manufacturer, Fruit of the Loom) 1936-37
  125  
K (general)
  125  
La Guardia, Fiorello (Mayor, N.Y.C.) 1937-39
  125  
Labor (1935)-Potofsky's letter to W.P Neville, treasurer
  125  
Labor News Service (International) 1935
  125  
Labour Party (Great Britain) 1938
  125  
Labor Research Associates (1939) re ACWA and leather workers
  125  
Labor Stage (1937)
  125  
Labor (U.S. Department of) correspondence with unit administrators and department heads (1935-39)
  125  
Labor's Non-Partisan League (correspondence with George Berry and E.L. Oliver re 1936-38 political campaigns)
  125  
Ladies Garment Workers Union (International) correspondence with David Dubinsky, Mark Starr, educational director, Louis Hockman, N.Y. Joint Board 1935-39)
  125  
Laidler, Harry (League for Industrial Democracy) n.d.
  125  
Lalli, Victor (ACWA local 72, Newburgh) 1937
  125  
Lape, Mathilda (organizer, New Albany, Ind.) 1937
  125  
Lascelle, Kay (ACWA organizer) 1939
  125  
League for Material Aid (1936)
  125  
League for Women Shoppers
  125  
Levin, Samuel (Chicago Joint Board) 1936
  125  
Lewis, John L. (UMW and CIO) 1936
  125  
Lewis, Kathryn (1937)
  125  
Liebovitz and Sons (N.Y.) 1935-39
  125  
Loose leaf and Blank Book Workers (Chicago) 1937
  125  
Los Angeles Sanitorium (1936-40)
  125  
L (general)
  125  
Maine State Federation of Labor (1935)
  125  
Manhattan Merchant Tailors Association (1938)
  125  
Marcantonio, Vito (Congressman, NYC) 1939
  125  
Marimpietri, A.D. (Amalgamated Trust and Savings Bank) 1936
  125  
Marine and Shipbuilding Workers (International Union) 1938
  125  
Maritime Federation of the Pacific (1939)
  125  
Markewich and Null (ACWA lawyers, NYC) 1939
  125  
Marlboro Shirt Company (Baltimore) 1939
  125  
Martin, Homer (UAW) 1938
  125  
Maverick, Maury (Congressman, San Antonio, Texas) 1941
  125  
Mead, James (Senator, NY) 1939-40
  125  
Men's Clothing Code Authority (1935)
  125  
Meserak, Darwin (re Russian bond issue) 1935
  125  
Methodist Federation for Social Service (1940)
  125  
Metropolitan Life Insurance (1936-38)
  125  
Michelson, Max (St. Louis Joint Board) 1939
  125  
Milk Consumers Protective Committee (1937)
  125  
Milk Drivers, Chauffeurs and Helpers local 584 (1936)
  125  
Miller, Abraham (New York Joint Board) 1936
  125  
Millinery Workers Union (1936)
  125  
Mine Workers (United)-Jellico, Tennessee (1937-38)
  125  
Mitchell, H.L. (Southern Tenant Farmers Union) 1936
  125  
Mooney, Tom (1936)
  125  
Morgenthau, Henry (Secretary of the Treasury - Potofsky to) 1937
  125  
Moskowitz, Henry (1936)
  125  
Moyer Manufacturing Company of Youngstown, Ohio (1937-39)
  125  
Muste, A.J. (Conference for Progressive Labor Action) 1933
  125  
M (general)
  126  
National Assoc. of Mens Shirts and Boys Blouse Contractors (1936-38)
  126  
National Association of Uniform Manufacturers (1936-40)
  126  
National Bureau of Economic Research (1935)
  126  
National Coordinating Committee to Aid Refugees from Germany (1937)
  126  
National Economic Objectives for Social Work (n.d.)
  126  
National Industrial Recovery Administration (1934) Correspondence with members of Labor Advisory Board
  126  
National Labor Relations Board. Correspondence with board staff including Nathan Witt (1935-39) and David Saposs
  126  
National Pants Company (Washington, D.C.) 1937
  126  
National Surety Company (New York) 1936-37
  126  
National Tailors and Garment Workers (Leeds, England) 1936
  126  
Nelkin, J.H. (Joint Council of Glove Workers, NY) 1939
  126  
New Leader (correspondence with James O'Neill and S.M. Levitas)
  126  
New York Clothing Manufacturers Association (1940)
  126  
New York Clothing Unemployment Fund (1940)
  126  
New York Printing Pressman's Local 61 (1939)
  126  
New York State Dept. of Labor (1935-37)
  126  
Nizer, Louis (1938)
  126  
Non Partisan Citizen's Committee for Stanley Isaacs (1937)
  126  
Norfolk Central Labor Union (1937)
  126  
N (general)
  126  
Office and Professional Workers (United) 1937-39
  126  
Oil, Field, Gas and Refinery Workers (1937)
  126  
Okmulgee (Oklahoma) Central Labor Union (1937)
  126  
Oliver, E.L. (1938)
  126  
Oppenheim, Barton (Administrator, NRA) 1934-38
  126  
ORT (Organization for Industrial and Agricultural Training of Jews in Europe) 1938
  126  
O (general)
  126  
Paper Makers (International Brotherhood of) 1938
  126  
Paper Workers (United) CIO, 1937
  126  
Parish, Tony (organizer, New Orleans) 1941
  126  
Peck, Gustav (US Dept. of Labor. Prison Industries Reorganization Committee) 1937
  126  
Pennsylvania Dept. of Labor and Industry (1935-36)
  126  
Pennsylvania Federation of Labor (1936)
  126  
Pennsylvania Industrial Union Council (1938)
  126  
People's Unemployment League of Maryland (1935)
  126  
Perry County (Ohio) Central Trades and Labor Union (1935)
  126  
Philadelphia Clothing Manufacturers Association (1940)
  126  
Phillips-Jones Corporation (1939)
  126  
Piepenhagen, A.G. (Cleveland Joint Board) 1935
  126  
Pinchot, Cornelia (1935)
  126  
Pioneer Youth of America (1939)
  126  
Piore, Nora (organizer, N.J.) 1935
  126  
Pocketbook Workers Union (1936)
  126  
Police Dept. of the City of New York (1935)
  126  
Pressman, Lee (CIO General Counsel) 1936
  126  
Price, James (1932)
  126  
Printing Pressman's Union #51 (1937-38)
  126  
Progressive Mine Workers of America (Springfield, IL) 1939
  126  
Prokauer Rose and Paskus (Attorneys re NLRB) 1939-40
  126  
P (general)
  127  
Rachofsky, L.M. (ACWA - Research Dept.) Results of investigation of Conn. Single Pants Shops) 1940
  127  
Radio Telegraphists Association (1937)
  127  
Radio WEVD (1935-39)
  127  
Rand School of Social Science (1936-38)
  127  
Reliance Manufacturing Company (Chicago) 1938
  127  
Retail Clerks Protective Association (LaFayette, Ind.) 1940
  127  
Retail Clothing Salesmen Union (New York) 1938
  127  
Retail Employees Union, (1937-38)
  127  
Rickert, Thomas (United Garment Workers) 1935-36 re jurisdiction and union labels
  127  
Rieve, Emil (Textile Workers Union of America) 1938-39
  127  
Rohman, Richard (ACWA Retailer - Consumer Dept.) 1940
  127  
Rose, Alex (American Labor Party) 1937-39
  127  
Rosenberg, Anna (Social Security) 1935-40
  127  
Rosenblatt, Louis and Company (New York) 1937
  127  
Rosenblum, Frank (Chicago Joint Board) 1937
  127  
Rosten, David (1936-37)
  127  
Ruhusky, Anna (Cutter, Local 134, McAdoo,Pa.) 1938
  127  
Russel Sage Foundation (1935)
  127  
Ryan, Daniel (re UMW expulsion) 1936
  127  
R (general) 1933-39
  127  
Sacony Vacuum Oil Company (re Labor Advisory Bd.) Greater NY Fund, 1938
  127  
Sacramento Federal Trades Council (1935)
  127  
Salerno, Joseph (Boxton, Textile Workers Union of America) 1939
  127  
Sales and Service Employees Union (1939)
  127  
Samuel, Ralph (re Capitol District Joint Board) 1945-46
  127  
Saposs, David (Economist, NLRB) 1938
  127  
Schlossberg, Joseph (1930)
  127  
Schneiderman, Rose (Women's Trade Union League) 1936
  127  
Sheboygan Times (1936)
  127  
Sheeplined Clothing Company (New York) 1937-38
  127  
Shirt Workers (Allentown, Pa.) 1935
  127  
Shoe Workers of America (Atlanta) 1938
  127  
Shuck, Clemmie (Organizer, Shirt Workers, Lebanon, Pa. and Harrington, Delaware) 1936
  127  
Silverton (Colorado) Miner's Union (1939)
  127  
Social Service Employees Union (New York and Philadelphia) 1937
  127  
Social Workers (American Association) 1933
  127  
Soule, George (New Republic) 1936-39
  127  
Southern Summer School for Women Workers (1937)
  127  
Spaide Shirt Company, Butler, Pa. (1937)
  127  
Spitzer, Morris (1933)
  127  
Starr, Ellen Gates (1933-39)
  127  
State, County, Municipal Employees of America (1937-38)
  127  
Steel Workers Organizing Committee (1936-39)
  127  
Streator, George (1936-40) organizing black clothing workers
  127  
Stolberg, Louis (ILGWU) 1940
  127  
Strebel, Gus (Syracuse organizer) 1939
  127  
Survey (1940)
  127  
Szold and Brandwen (ACWA attorney) 1936-39
  127  
S (general)
  128  
Textile Workers Organizing Committee (1937-39)
  128  
Textile Workers of America (United) 1935-36
  128  
Trachtenberg, Alexander (Workers School) 1926
  128  
Transport Workers Union (1937)
  128  
Transport Union (United) 1935
  128  
Tresca, Carlo (Il Martello) 1940
  128  
Typographical Union (International) 1936
  128  
T (general)
  128  
Udell, Lester (NY Clothing Manufacturer) 1937
  128  
Uniform Manufacturers Exchange (1938-39)
  128  
Union Theological Seminary (1936) Charles Webber re organizing Norfolk, Va. Clothing Workers
  128  
Uniontown, Pa. Shirt Workers (1936)
  128  
Unity House Committee (1936)
  128  
U (general)
  128  
Vincent, Merle (ACWA legislative representative) 1936-37
  128  
V (general)
  128  
Wage and Hour Bureau (ACWA) 1940
  128  
Wagner, Senator Robert (Potofsky to) 1938-39
  128  
Waldman, Louis (ACWA attorney) 1936
  128  
Walsh, Frank (organizer, Pa.) 1938
  128  
Walter, Noah (re Boston Joint Board) 1940
  128  
Washable Knee Pants and Clothing Cutters Local 169 (1935)
  128  
Washington Manufacturing Company
  128  
Weinstein, Charles (Philadelphia Joint Board) 1935
  128  
Weinstein, Murray (Potofsky to) Local 4, New York City (1940)
  128  
Weinstock, Anna (1935)
  128  
Wheeler, Frances (Senator, Montana) 1938
  128  
Wide Awake Shirt Company (Reading, Pa.) 1936
  128  
Wisconsin State Federation of Labor (1937)
  128  
Woll, Mathew (AFL) 1936
  128  
Wolman, Leo (ACWA Research Dept.) 1932
  128  
Women's Union Label League (1937)
  128  
Workers Alliance of Greater New York (1937)
  128  
Workers Defense League (1940)
  128  
Workmen's Circle (1939)
  128  
Works Progress Administration (1938)
  128  
W (general)
  128  
YMCA and YWCA (1936-37)
  128  
Young Men's Vocational Foundation (1940)
  128  
Youth Congress (American) 1937-40
  128  
Y (general)
  128  
Zaritsky, Max (United Hat, Cap and Millinery Workers)
  128  
Zelman, Benjamin (Attorney, American Labor Party) 1938
  128  
Z (general)