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B. Leather Locals. [subseries]:
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Local 20 (Lynn, Massachusetts) - report of activities; routine correspondence.
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Local 21 (Peabody, Massachusetts) - by-laws, radio address by Ben Gold (11 p.) and article (7 p.) re voting to maintain Locals 21 and 22's affiliation with IFLWU; and routine correspondence.
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Local 27 (Newark, New Jersey) - routine correspondence.
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Local 29 (Girard, Ohio) - resolution on espionage and report; correspondence re work stoppage at Ohio Leather Plant Co.
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Local 30 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) - routine correspondence.
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Local 31 (Curwensville, Pennsylvania) - agreement between Local 31 and Franklin Tanning Co., 1941; routine correspondence; and financial statement.
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Local 34 (Hoboken, New Jersey) - routine correspondence.
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Local 35 (Brooklyn, New York) - correspondence and supplemental agreement with Brightman Leather Co.; routine correspondence.
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Local 37 (Elkland, Pennsylvania) - routine correspondence.
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Local 39 (Buffalo, New York) - routine correspondence.
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Local 43 (Chicago, Illinois) - extensive correspondence re Local 43 raiding the International Ladies' Handbag, Luggage, Belt and Novelty Workers Union, Locals 44 and 50; and routine correspondence.
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Local 44 (Gowanda, New York) - routine correspondence.
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Local 46 (Worcester, Massachusetts), Local 47 - routine correspondence.
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Local 60 (St. Louis, Missouri), Local 82 (Ridgeway, Pennsylvania), Local 83 (Wilcox, Pennsylvania) - routine correspondence.
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Local 201 (Wilmington, Delaware), Local 202 (Gloversville, New York) - correspondence re jurisdictional question between Local 202 and International Ladies' Handbag, Luggage, Belt and Novelty Workers Union; and routine correspondence.
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Local 204 (Waukegan, Illinois), Local 206 (Camden, New Jersey), Local 208 (Easton, Pennsylvania) - routine correspondence.
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Local 211 (Williamsport, Pennsylvania) - routine correspondence.
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Local 213 (Los Angeles, California) - routine correspondence.
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Local 214 (Cincinnati, Ohio) - reports of activities.
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Local 216 (Clearfield, Pennsylvania) - routine correspondence.
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Local 230 (Richmond, Virginia), Local 245 (Boyne City, Michigan) - report of activities (Local 230); and routine correspondence.
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Local 265 (Luray, Virginia) - minutes of Local meetings; membership list; correspondence re War Labor Board's handling of wage increase question; Leather Division rules covering Death Benefit Fund, 1 p., no date.
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Local 270 (Lowell, Massachusetts) - correspondence and agreement with American Hide and Leather Co.
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Local 285 (Endicott, New York) - agreement with Endicott-Johnson Corp., 1944-47; report on union status of U. S. Hoffman Machinery Co. in Syracuse, New York; correspondence re Johnson City division of Endicott-Johnson Fire Prevention Department not being covered by the agreement; correspondence re AFL's role in splitting the local at Endicott-Johnson; scattered issues of Endicott Leather Worker; "E-J Workers Special Bulletin."
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Local 310 (Ashland, Kentucky) - routine correspondence.
   
Local 335 (Red Wing, Minnesota) - routine correspondence.
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Local 340 (Alpena, Michigan) - routine correspondence.
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Local 350 (Williamsport, Maryland) - routine correspondence.
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Local 370 (Richmond, Virginia) - reports on contracts with American Lace and Leather Co.
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Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania) - extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
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Locals - General - includes copies of routine form letters covering many topics.