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   Container / Location    Title
 
I. Executive Secretary correspondence. [series]:
 
American Federation of Labor [subseries]:
  1  
1950-55.
  1  
1948-49.
  1  
Convention: 1952-54.
  1  
New York State Federation of Labor: 1946-51.
  1  
Health Plans: 1952-54.
  1  
Health Plans: 1948-49.
  1  
Questionnaires: 1944-55.
  1  
American Labor Conference on International Affairs, Inc.: 1945.
 
Annuities [subseries]:
  1  
The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U.S.: 1938-51.
  1  
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U.S.: 1938-51.
  1  
Equitable Assurance: 1941-46.
  1  
Reports and Form Letters: 1945-47.
  2  
Retirement Inquiries: 1946
  2  
Statistical Tables and Employee Records (n.d.).
  2  
Miscellaneous: c. 1938.
  2  
Applications, Employment: 1946-49.
 
Attorneys [subseries]:
  2  
D.
  2  
Jacob J. Edelman: 1934-47.
  2  
F
  2  
G.
  2  
G.
  2  
G.
  2  
H-I.
  2  
Jack Johannes: 1938-46.
  2  
K.
  2  
Clif. Langsdale: 1938-43.
  3  
Morris Levin: 1943-48.
  3  
L.
  3  
Elias Lieberman: 1936-51.
  3  
Markewich and Null: 1933-44.
  3  
George E. Roewer: 1943-48.
  3  
George E. Roewer: 1936-51.
  3  
S.
  3  
Emil Schlesinger: 1938-49
  3  
Harry Sherr (Los Angeles): 1933-44.
  3  
David Sokol: 1945-51
  3  
T-Z.
  4  
Blood Bank, Union and American Red Cross: 1952-53.
 
Bonds [subseries]:
  4  
Analysis of Portfolios: 1944-47
  4  
Purchases, General Office: 1953-54.
  4  
Purchases: 1940-43, 1949-52.
  4  
Purchases, Joint Boards and Locals: 1945-51.
  4  
Purchases, Canada: 1940-50.
  4  
Purchases, Defense Bonds: 1951.
  4  
Inquiries re Payment: 1949-51.
  4  
Manufacturers Trust Co., Custodian Account: 1943-48.
  4  
Records (Canada): 1952-53.
  4  
1937-50. Misc. correspondence
  5  
Cabled Moneys, foreign.
  5  
California Sportswear and Dress Assoc., Inc.: July 25, 1955
  5  
Cancer Committees 1952-54.
  5  
Central High School of Needle Trades: 1944-50.
  5  
Central Trades and Labor Council: 1948-55
  5  
City Center: 1951-55.
  5  
City Center: 1952.
  5  
Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: 1954-55.
 
Committees [subseries]:
  5  
Attendance Records of Union Officers: 1948-49.
  5  
Attendance: 1939-43.
  5  
Attendance: 1937-38.
  5  
Members: 1934-47.
  5  
Beach Wear: 1938.
  6  
Dress Survey Committee: 1943-46.
  6  
Committee for the Nation's Health, Inc.: 1950-54.
  6  
Comparative Schedules: 1942-49.
  6  
Consumers League of New York: 1951-52.
  6  
Constitution of Union: 1952-53.
 
ILGWU conventions [subseries]:
  6  
1953.
  6  
1953.
  6  
1953.
  6  
1953.
  6  
1953.
  6  
1953
  6  
1953.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1950.
  7  
1937.
  7  
Cotroneo, Jennie: 1941-57.
 
Death Benefits [subseries]:
  7  
General matters, 1943-54.
  7  
1937-42.
  8  
Committee Rulings: 1938-54.
  8  
1937-50.
  8  
Disability Benefits: 1949-55.
  8  
Displaced Persons: 1949-50.
  8  
Displaced Persons: 1947-48.
 
Donnelly Garment Co. vs ILGWU [subseries]:
  8  
Correspondence and general memoranda, 1937-48.
  8  
Correspondence with attorneys
  9  
Correspondence with Acheson firm, 1939-46.
  9  
Correspondence with Clif. Langsdale firm, 1937-54.
  9  
Correspondence with Frank B. Walsh, Attorney, April 1939-41.
  9  
Frank B. Walsh, 1937-March 1939.
  9  
Legal matters, 1947-50.
  9  
Production data. 1930's.
  10  
Newspaper clippings file.
 
Dubinsky, David. [subseries]:
  10  
1951.
  10  
Party: Feb. 1952.
  10  
1934-49.
  10  
Eastern Region Retirement Fund: 1952-54.
  10  
Economic Controls: 1951-53.
 
Education Committee [subseries]:
  10  
1953-56.
  10  
1950-52.
  10  
1945-49.
  11  
Educational Foundation for the Apparel Industry: 1949-52.
  11  
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U.S.: 1938, 1940.
  11  
Fashion Institute of Technology: 1953-54.
  11  
F.I.T.: 1951-52.
  11  
Finance Committee: 1951-55.
  11  
Finance Committee: 1945-50.
  11  
Financial Assistance: 1944-46.
 
Form letters [subseries]:
  11  
A-C.
  11  
D-H.
  11  
I-Z.
  12  
Freydberg, G.H.& E., Co. Strikes 1954.
 
General Executive Board [subseries]:
  12  
1953 (Sept.)
  12  
1952 (Mar., Sept.).
  12  
1951 (Feb., Sept.).
  12  
1950 (Aug.).
  12  
1949 (June, Nov.).
  12  
1948 (Jan., June, Dec.).
  12  
1947 (Jan., April, Sept.)
  12  
1946 (April, Sept.).
  12  
1945 (Dec.).
  12  
1945 (April).
  13  
1944 (May, Oct.).
  13  
1943 (Nov.).
  13  
1941 (Apr.).
 
General Office [subseries]:
  13  
1944-50.
  13  
Building Service Employees International Union, Local 32J: 1946-54.
  13  
Group Insurance.
  13  
Health Insurances 1950-54.
  13  
Office Employees International Union, Local 153: 1939-55.
  13  
1948-53.
  13  
Hughes-Brees Bill, unemployment Insurance: 1951.
 
Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences (N.Y.C. Community College): [subseries]:
  14  
July 1933-55.
  14  
Nov. 1951-May 1953.
  14  
1949-Oct. 1951.
  14  
Institutions and Hospitals: 1939-49.
 
ILGWU Campaign Committees: [subseries]:
  14  
1954.
  14  
1952.
  14  
1949.
  14  
1944.
 
ILGWU Departments [subseries]:
 
Auditing [subseries]:
  15  
1935-50.
  15  
1935-50.
 
Education [subseries]:
  15  
1954-55.
  15  
1952-53.
  15  
1950-51.
 
Health and Welfare [subseries]:
  15  
Funds: 1947-54.
  15  
1944-46.
  15  
1952-54.
  15  
1949-51.
  15  
Death Benefits: 1945-48.
  16  
Justice; 1938-54.
  16  
Mailing: 1945-48.
  16  
Management-Engineering, 1943-53.
  16  
Political: 1952-54
  16  
Promotion (advertising): 1950-54.
 
Research [subseries]:
  16  
1952-55. Includes reports.
  16  
1948-51.
 
ILGWU Housing, East River Housing Corporation [subseries]:
  17  
Financial matters. 1951-54.
  17  
Legal matters. 1952-55.
  17  
Subscriptions from locals for purchasing housing bonds. 1955.
  17  
Inquiries: 1948-54.
  17  
Ives Committee, Joint Legislative Committee on Industrial and Labor Relations (Irving M. Ives, Chairman): Relations (Irving M. Ives, Chairman): 1938-46
  17  
Investments: 1953-55.
  17  
Joint Board, Boston: 1947-49.
  18  
Joint Board, Boston: 1939-55.
  18  
Joint Board, Chicago: 1948-54.
  18  
Joint Board, Chicago: 1940-47.
  18  
Joint Board, Cleveland: 1940-50.
  18  
Joint Board, Cloak Out-of-Town: 1954.
  18  
Joint Board, Eastern Out-of-Town: 1952-55.
  18  
Joint Board, Eastern out-of-town: 1951-52.
  18  
Harrisburg, Allentown and Easton Locals: 1954
  18  
Joint Board, Kansas City: 1940-54.
  18  
Joint Board, Los Angeles Cloak: 1944-50.
  18  
Joint Board, Los Angeles Dress: 1946-49.
  18  
Joint Board, Los Angeles: 1954.
  19  
Miami Joint Council: 1954-55.
  19  
Midwest Region: 1947-50.
  19  
Joint Board, Milwaukee (and affiliated locals): 1935-48.
  19  
Joint Board, Montreal: 1940-50.
  19  
Joint Board, New York Dress (and upstate locals): 1953-54.
  19  
Ohio-Kentucky Region (and local affiliates): 1950-54.
  19  
Pacific Coast Area: 1947-50.
  19  
Joint Board, Philadelphia Cloak: 1935, 1939-54.
  19  
Joint Board, Philadelphia Dress: 1944-54.
  19  
Joint Board, San Antonio: 1936-40, 1944, 1948.
  19  
Joint Board, San Francisco: 1940-49.
  19  
Joint Board, Seattle: 1936-37, 1941-49.
  20  
Southeastern Region: 1950-54.
  20  
Southeastern Region: 1940-42, 1946-49.
  20  
Southwestern Region: 1949-54.
  20  
Southwestern Region: 1946-48.
  20  
Joint Board, South Jersey: 1942-53.
  20  
Joint Board, St. Louis: 1940-49.
  20  
Joint Board, Toronto: 1940-53.
  20  
Joint Board, Twin Cities: 1938-54.
  20  
Upper South Department (Maryland-Virginia District and Baltimore): 1947-50.
  20  
Upper South Department; 1940-42, 1946.
  20  
Joint Board, Winnipeg: 1946-53.
  21  
Jurisdiction Committee: 1934-54.
  21  
Labor Decisions: 1935-42.
  21  
Labor Department: 1935-46.
  21  
Labor League for Human Rights (United Nations Relief): 1943-47.
  21  
Labor's League for Political Education: 1949-50.
  21  
Labor Stages 1934-37.
  21  
Legal Matters: 1937, 1940, 1948-50.
  21  
Legislation, Fair Employment Practice Commission: 1945-47.
  22  
Liberal Party: 1950-51.
  22  
Liberal Party: 1944-49.
  22  
Loans and Endorsements: 1936-54.
  22  
Local 10, N.Y.: 1954.
  22  
Local 21, N.J. : 1937-48.
  22  
Local 23, N.Y.: 1954.
  22  
Local 32, N.Y.: 1954.
  22  
Local 48, N.Y. (Italian Cloak, Suit, Skirt, and Reefer Makers Union): 1939-53.
  22  
Local 60, N.Y. 1936-54.
  22  
Local 62, N.Y. (Undergarment and Negligee Workers Union): 1938-52.
  22  
Local 64, N.Y.: 1939-53.
  22  
Local 66, N.Y. (Bonnaz and Hand Embroiderers, Truckers and Pleaters Union): 1936-53.
  23  
Local 70, Portland, Ore.: 1939, 1941, 1948-49.
  23  
Local 82, N.Y.: 1938-52.
  23  
Local 89 (Italian Dress and Waistmakers Union): 1948-54.
  23  
Local 89: 1935-47.
  23  
Local 91, N.Y. (Children's Dress and Infants' Wear, Housedresses and Bathrobe Makers): 1940-51.
  23  
Local 91 1944-50.
  23  
Local 98, N.Y. (Ladies' Garment Clerks Union): 1936-53.
  23  
Local 102, N.Y.: 1934-53.
  23  
Local 105, N.Y. (Snow Suits, Ski Wear, Leggings and Infants Novelty Wear workers Union): 1948-53.
  24  
Local 105, N.Y.: 1948-51.
  24  
Local 117, N.Y. (Cloak, Suit, Infants' and Children's Coat Operators and Sample Makers): 1941-54.
  24  
Local 121, N.Y.: 1939-41.
  24  
Local 124, N.Y.: 1945-50.
  24  
Local 132, N.Y. (Plastic, Moulders and Novelty Workers Union): 1934-50.
  24  
Local 142, N.Y. (Ladies' Neckwear Workers Union): 1936-53
  24  
Local 145, N.J.: 1935-36, 1945-46.
  24  
Local 155, N.Y. (Knitgoods Workers Union): 1941-54.
  24  
Local 177, N.Y.: 1941-53.
  25  
Local 178, Fall River, Mass.: 1936-40.
  25  
Local 190, Pa. (and other Pa. locals): 1936-50
  25  
Local 266, Calif: 1943-50.
  25  
Local 339, Fla.: 1946-49.
  25  
Local Managers Meetings: 1936-54.
  25  
Local Jurisdictional Disputes: 1934-48.
  25  
Local Personnel: 1945.
  25  
Lurye, William: 1949-53.
  25  
Lurye, William: 1949-50.
 
March of Dimes Campaign (Infantile Paralysis) [subseries]:
  25  
1949-55
  25  
Aug. 1951-54.
  25  
1948-51.
  26  
Cases. 1950-55.
  26  
General.
  26  
Military Exemptions: 1948-54.
 
Miscellaneous Correspondence: 1936-55. [subseries]:
  26  
A.
  26  
B - H
  26  
I
  26  
J-M
  26  
N
  26  
O-P
  26  
R-S
  26  
T-Z
  27  
Montreal, Canada: 1940-43, 1955-56.
  27  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board: 1954.
  27  
National Labor Record; 1954-55
  27  
New York Board Meeting of GEB: 1935-46.
  27  
New York School of Industrial and Labor Relations (Cornell University): 1948-51.
  27  
New York State Commission on Medical Care: 1945.
  27  
New York State Federation of Labor: 1952-54.
  27  
Northeast Department: 1938-53.
  27  
Personnel, Requests for Union Positions: 1952-56.
  27  
Plettl, Martin: 1950-55.
  27  
Postal Telegraphs 1935.
  28  
Reports on Charitable Institutions: 1947-52.
 
Requests, 1936-1949. [subseries]:
  28  
Index for Years: 1936-49.
  28  
A-B. Includes American Red Cross
  28  
C.
  28  
D-E.
  28  
F-G.
  28  
H-I.
  28  
J-L.
  28  
M-N.
  29  
O-R.
  29  
S.
  29  
T-Z.
 
Retirement Fund [subseries]:
  29  
1946-5
  29  
1948-54.
  29  
Staff-Trust agreements.
  29  
Reciprocity. 1951-53.
 
Coat and Suit Industry. [subseries]:
  30  
Rules and regulations, by-laws, and reports. 1943-54.
  30  
Listings of bonds, investments. 1950-56.
  30  
Correspondence re investments, sale of municipal bonds (portfolio). 1952.
  30  
Schlesinger and Bloom. 1951-53.
  30  
Minutes. Dec. 1953, Nov. 1954.
  30  
Minutes. Oct. 1952, Mar. 1953. May 1953.
  30  
June 1952, Aug. 13 and 20, 1952.
  31  
May 1952.
  31  
April 1952. (Two meetings)
  31  
Minutes. Oct. 1951, Nov. 1951.
  31  
Securities: 1931-40.
  31  
State Insurance Fund.
  31  
St. Lawrence Seaway: 1941-54.
  32  
Supplementary Death Benefit Fund: 1947-49.
  32  
Taft-Hartley Law: 1947-51.
  32  
Tecklin (Alex) vs Dubinsky; 1947.
  32  
Trade Union Women's Advisory Committee (Women's Bureau): 1946.
  32  
Training Institute, ILGWU: 1949-53.
 
Unemployment insurance. [subseries]:
  32  
correspondence, reports issued by Research Department. 1941-54.
  32  
1934-40.
  32  
Advisory Council: 1945-53.
  32  
Advisory Council: 1940-43.
  33  
Hughes-Brees Bill: 1953-54.
  33  
Merit Rating: 1939-47.
  33  
California, 1952.; New Jersey, 1950
 
Union Health Center (Union Sanatorium Association, Inc.) [subseries]:
  33  
Correspondence with Dr. Leo Price (Director), reports. : 1940-54.
  33  
Correspondence on negotiating agreements with Building Service Employees International Union. 1949.
  33  
Correspondence, committee minutes, reports to the GEB from the UHC Committee. 1951-54.
  33  
Committee minutes. 1947-50.
  34  
Committee minutes. 1940-46.
  34  
Reports. 1940-48.
  34  
Financial and budget reports. Dec. 1951-54.
  34  
Financial and budget reports. Jan-Nov. 1951.
  34  
Financial and budget reports. 1945-50.
  34  
Correspondence re Cooperative Health Federation of America. 1948-50.
  34  
Examination and exhibits re fire claim (275 Seventh Ave.). 1949-51.
  35  
Expansion program. 1945.
  35  
Incorporation papers, by-laws and related legal matters. 1917-51.
  35  
Office Employees international Union, Local 153. Labor Contracts: 1951-55.
  35  
Labor Contracts: 1946-55
  35  
Lay Staff Matters: 1940, 1945-54.
  35  
1939-48.
  35  
Management Matters: 1945-49.
  35  
Newark Health Center: 1949-54.
  36  
Optical Department; 1945-48.
  36  
Publicity: 1949-51.
  36  
Sick benefits. 1952-53.
  36  
Renting matters. 1945-49.
  36  
Research memoranda (prepared by James Lipsig). 1946-48.
  36  
Reports. 1951-52
  37  
Union Label Trades Department (AFL): 1936-53.
 
Union Labor Life Insurance Co. (U.L.L.I.) [subseries]:
  37  
1954
  37  
1953.
  37  
1952.
  37  
1951
  37  
1950.
  38  
1949.
  38  
1947-48.
  38  
1945-46.
  38  
Death Benefit Claims. 1951-52.
  38  
Mortgage Committee: 1945-53.
  39  
United Housing Foundation: 1952-55.
  39  
United Housing Foundation: 1945-52.
 
Union Broadcasting Corporation of California, KFMV: [subseries]:
  39  
General data. 1949-51.
  39  
correspondence with Cliff Gill (Station Director), reports. 1949-51.
  39  
1948.
  39  
1945-46.
  40  
Associated Press and Associated Program Service. 1948.
  40  
Correspondence on closing and selling station. 1951-52.
  40  
Edison Co. of Southern Calif.: 1948.
  40  
Federal Communications Commission: 1950-51.
  40  
FCC: 1949.
  40  
FCC: 1948.
  40  
FCC: 1946-47.
  41  
Agreement with International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 45. 1949.
  41  
Correspondence, legal records. 1947-51.
  41  
Personnel Applications: 1946-48.
  41  
Programming: 1948-51.
  41  
Publicity and Pictures.
  41  
Site and Property Matters: 1949.
  41  
Site and Property Matters: 1947-48.
  41  
Staff Matters: 1948-51.
  41  
Water System: 1948.
 
Union Broadcasting Corporation of California, KWIK. [subseries]:
  42  
General data. 1949-52.
  42  
Closing of Station: 1950-52.
  42  
Federal Communications Commission: 1949-51.
  42  
Legal records. 1946-53.
 
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of Massachusetts. [subseries]:
  43  
General matters. 1948-49, 1952-55.
  43  
Federal Communications Commission: 1947, 1956.
  43  
Legal records. 1945-55.
  43  
Personnel applications
  43  
Correspondence re property site. 1945-50.
 
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of Missouri: [subseries]:
  43  
General correspondence. 1945-52.
  43  
Closing of station. 1952.
  43  
Federal Communications Commission: 1946-48.
  43  
Property and Site: 1946-56.
  44  
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of New Jersey: 1945-47.
 
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of New York, WFDR [subseries]:
  44  
1940-53.
  44  
American Federation of Radio Artists: 1949-51.
  44  
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers: 1949, 1952.
  44  
American Telephone and Telegraph: 1949.
  44  
Associated Press: 1949-52.
  44  
Associated Program Service: 1949-52.
  44  
Closing and lease agreement. 1952, 1955.
  44  
Federal Communications Commission: 1946-52.
  44  
Inaugural Broadcast: June 16, 1949.
  45  
Inaugural Broadcast: June 1949.
  45  
Inaugural Broadcast: June 1949.
  45  
Inaugural Broadcast: June 1949, Scripts
  45  
Publicity: 1949.
  45  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1212; correspondence on negotiations for agreement. 1948-51.
  45  
Legal Papers: 1949-51.
  45  
Programs: 1945-50.
  45  
Telephone: 1949.
  45  
WCFM contract agreement with WFDR. 1949.
  46  
Docket No. 7228; Exhibit No. 14.
 
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of Pennsylvania: [subseries]:
  46  
1945-48, 1957.
  46  
Federal Communications Commission; 1946-48.
  46  
Legal Records: 1946-52.
  46  
Personnel Applications.
  46  
Property Site: 1946.
  47  
Docket No. 7643; Exhibit No. 4., n.d.
 
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of Tennessee, WVUN. [subseries]:
  47  
Correspondence, 1949-51, 1954-55.
  47  
1946-48.
  47  
American Federation of Radio Artists and American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers on negotiations for agreement. 1948-51.
  47  
Associated Press and Associated Program Service on negotiations of agreement. 1948-51.
  47  
Closing of Stations: 1948-54.
  47  
Federal Communications Commission: 1950-51.
  47  
FCC: 1948-49.
  48  
FCC: 1945-47.
  48  
Insurance: 1949-56.
  48  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 662, on negotiation of agreements. 1948-51.
  48  
Legal Records: 1945-51, 1955-56.
  48  
Novik, Morris: 1948-51.
  48  
Pictures and Publicity: 1948-50.
  48  
Programs: 1948.
  49  
Property Site: 1946-49, 1951-53.
  49  
Reports and related correspondence. 1948-50.
  49  
Staff Matters: 1947-50.
  49  
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of Tennessee, WAPO (Chattanooga), 1948
  49  
Unity Broadcasting Corporation of Tennessee, WCFM: 1949.
 
Unity House. [subseries]:
  49  
1946-54.
  49  
Attorneys (Ellenberger and Edwards, Pa.): 1934-49.
  49  
Banks: 1934-46.
  49  
Correspondence and Committee minutes. 1945-55.
  49  
Complaints: 1935-42.
  50  
Financial reports. 1945-53
  50  
Official opening. 1941-53.
  50  
Personal Injury Claims: 1935-53
  50  
Philadelphia Building: 1945-47.
  50  
Rates, circulars, printed material.
  50  
Veterans: 1945-48.
  50  
Veterans, Committee on Veterans Affairs: 1946
 
World War II [subseries]:
  51  
General Correspondence: 1941-44
 
War Contracts and Orders [subseries]:
  51  
Correspondence re contracts and government orders for Army uniforms. 1941-44.
  51  
Correspondence from locals re war orders or curtailment problems. 1941-43.
  51  
Bulletins from Union Research Department and announcement of contracts.
  51  
Raincoats, 1942.
  52  
Standard Knitting Mills, 1941.
  52  
Walsh-Healy Bill on Public Contracts, 1938.
  52  
Newspaper clippings. 1942.
  52  
War Department Amortization Branch: 1941-45.
  52  
War Labor Board: 1943-44.
  52  
Gantner and Mattern vs ILGWU: 1939-46.
  52  
Gantner and Mattern vs ILGWU.
  53  
Legal record.
 
Legislation [subseries]:
  53  
Correspondence not directly related to war, and David Dubinsky's statement before Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, 2-25-47. 1935-47.
  53  
Anti-Discrimination Bill: 1945
  53  
Case Bill: 1946.
  53  
Homework: 1934-45.
  53  
Minimum Wage Law: 1939-42.
  53  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board: 1940-42.
  53  
National Coat and Suit Ind. Recovery Board : 1941-45
  54  
National Labor Relations Board: 1938-39.
  54  
Office of Price Administration: 1942-44.
  54  
Wage Adjustment for David Dubinsky and Umhey: 1943.
  54  
Wage Adjustment, Staff: 1943-44.
 
Wage and Hour Law [subseries]:
  54  
General correspondence. 1938-41
  54  
Bulletins, printed material from Wage and Hour Division re women's apparel industry. 1941-42.
  54  
Bulletins from Union Research Department. 1938-47.
  54  
Wage-freezing regulations and local Union problems related to freeze. 1941-45.
  54  
Industry Committee and related legislative material on labor. 1940-42.
  54  
War Manpower Commission: 1942-45.
 
War Production Board [subseries]:
  55  
M388 (Section C setting priorities in the garment industry): 1945.
  55  
Rayon and Silk Industry: 1941-43.
  55  
Priorities (misc. material). 1941-42.
  55  
Wool Labor Advisory Committee: 1942-43.
  55  
Workmen's Compensation, Moreland investigation: 1943-45.
  55  
With These Hands: 1949-53.
  55  
With These Hands, Movie Production: 1950-51.
 
II. Personal correspondence. [series]:
  56  
Personal Records: 1954-55.
 
Personal Recommendations [subseries]:
  56  
1952-53.
  56  
1950-51.
  56  
1948-49.
  56  
1945-47.
  56  
1934-40, 1927-28.
  56  
1941-44.
  56  
Umhey's Death: Jan. 1955.
  56  
Frederick F. Umhey Fund
  56  
Frederick F. Umhey House