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   Container / Location    Title
 
I. Local 22. Subject files, 1933-1958. [series]:
  1  
A: 1935-57.
  1  
Abrams, Jacob: 1951-53.
  1  
Affairs of Local 22: 1936-37.
  1  
Agreements: 1929-57. Includes memoranda reached in conference between Affiliated Dress Manufacturers' Association, Inc., and Joint Board of Cloak, Dress and Fur Workers Union of the Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union; agreement between Dress Manufacturers Protective Association, Inc. and Joint Board, etc., 1929; independent agreements.
  1  
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born: 1936-44.
  1  
Americans for Democratic Action: 1957-58.
  1  
American Federation of Labor: 1933-June 1936. Includes William Green letter criticizing C.S. Zimmerman for supporting "sympathetic" strike in San Francisco and Zimmerman reply, Aug. 1934; other documents refer to AFL-CIO controversy.
  1  
AFL: July 1936-Dec. 1936. Includes survey by Isadore Polier on the legal problems involved in the suspension and expulsion of AFL unions, copies of correspondence between William Green, David Dubinsky and John L. Lewis on AFL-CIO controversy.
  1  
AFL (-CIO, Post-1955): 1937-58. Includes documents on AFL-CIO controversy.
  1  
AFL-CIO Committees: 1957. Includes AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Committee report on Teamsters Union.
  1  
AFL, CIO, World War II Effort: 1942-44.
  2  
American Jewish Congress: 1939-50. Includes correspondence re study of the dress industry by the Commission on the Economic Problems of the AJC, 1939.
  2  
American Labor Party: 1935-45. Includes CSZ letter to David Dubinsky protesting method of taxation and functioning of organization, June 1938; newspaper clippings.
  2  
American Labor Party, Ladies' Garment Centers 1948-50.
  2  
American Youth Congress: 1935-37.
  2  
Amun-Israeli Housing Corp.: 1949-Mar. 1950. Includes correspondence, reports, minutes, legal matters.
  2  
Amun-Israeli Housing Corp.: Mar. 1950-May 1950.
  2  
Amun-Israeli Housing Corp: June 1950-Dec. 1950.
  2  
Amun-Israeli Housing Corp.: 1951
  2  
Amun-Israeli Housing Corp.: 1952-57. 1963-67. Includes correspondence with Israel Breslow.
  3  
Andrews, Sarainne Lowe: 1935-41.
  3  
Anti-Semitism, USA: 1930s.
  3  
ANTIFA (Palestinian League Against War and Fascism and for Jewish-Arab Solidarity): 1937.
  3  
Appeal Committee Reports to Executive Board, Local 22: 1934-46.
  3  
B: 1936-57, 1964.
  3  
Balabanoff, Angelica: 1938, 1940.
  3  
Banks: 1933-47.
  3  
Birobidjan, Jewish Colonization in the Soviet Union: 1936-48.
  3  
Birthday, CSZ 50th: 1947.
  3  
Birthday, CSZ 60th: 1957.
  3  
Broadcasts, Local 22: 1939.
  3  
Brookwood Labor College: 1935-36.
  3  
Bund Archives: 1951-58.
  3  
Business Agents: 1940's. Includes lists of shops.
  3  
C: 1936-52.
  4  
Canadian Area, Montreal: 1925, 1932-50. Julius Hochman letter to employers to create machinery for the adjustments of disputes, 1925; correspondence with Bernard Shane, printed material, newspaper clippings.
  4  
Canadian Area, Montreal: 1934-35. Frank Breslow correspondence; includes correspondence re Breslow jailed for strike activities; correspondents includes Kalmen Kaplansky, Bernard Shane.
  4  
Canadian Area, Toronto: 1934-49. Includes correspondence with Harry Langer and Laible Hoffmitz on Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union of Canada; printed material and newspaper clippings.
  4  
Catholic Interracial Council: 1950-57.
  4  
Central Trades and Labor Council: 1934-57. Includes CSZ letter to James C. Quinn (secretary) criticizing Council's unseating of Local 22 as an affiliate of the Central Trades, June 1937.
  4  
Citations: 1945-55.
  4  
Civil Rights Organizations: 1935-48. Includes Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa, Civil Rights Defense Committee .
  4  
Civil Rights Organizations: 1949-56.
  4  
Civil Rights Committees and Conferences: 1957. Includes Civil Rights Committee of the AFL-CIO (CSZ member) .
  4  
Civil Rights Committee, AFL-CIO: 1958-Jan. 1961.
  5  
Communism and Communists: 1933-41. Correspondence with individuals, groups and organizations.
  5  
Communism and Communists: 1942-46.
  5  
Communism and Communists: 1947-57. Includes case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Morton Sobel, 1953-57.
  5  
Communism, Trade Unions: 1934-56.
  5  
Community Chests: 1941, 1947-56. Labor's participation and Councils of America, Inc.
  5  
Complaints from Union Members: 1935-55.
  5  
Congress of Industrial Organizations: 1935-36. Includes correspondence re AFL, CIO controversy; CIO organizing activities.
  5  
CIO: 1937-47.
  6  
Congress of Racial Equality: 1954-58.
  6  
Congressional and Senatorial Letters: 1948-55. Includes replies re bills before House and Senate.
  6  
Contractors, Employers: 1930's. Includes United Association News, Oct. and Nov. 1937.
  6  
Conventions, ILGWU: 1932-34. Includes reports and resolutions, submitted by Local 22 delegates.
  6  
Conventions, ILGWU: 1937-47.
  6  
Conventions, ILGWU: 1950-56.
  6  
Cotton Garment and Miscellaneous Trades Department: 1934-46. Includes minutes of Hay 1946 conference.
  6  
D: 1929, 1935-55.
  6  
Daily Worker and Morning Freiheit: 1930's.
  6  
District Meeting, Local 22, Minutes: 1934-35.
  6  
District Meeting, Local 22, Minutes: 1937-48,
  6  
Dressmakers' Aid Committee and Credit Union: 1938-45.
  7  
Dressmakers Branch of Workmen's Circle and Dressmakers Branch 322 of International Workers Order: 1927, 1930's-50.
  7  
Dubinsky, David: 1932-38. Includes letter criticizing CSZ for taking positions contrary to Union policy re First of May demonstration, 1936.
  7  
Dubinsky, David: 1939-58. Includes CSZ letter to Dubinsky, criticizing labor's lack of support of the Free Trade Union Fund for Europe, April 1946.
  7  
E: 1933-58. Includes letter from East Indian Railwaymen's Union on labor situation in India, 1935.
  7  
Education: 1934-58.
  7  
Education, Apparel Industry: 1936-60. Includes minutes and reports of the Educational Foundation for the Apparel Industry.
  7  
Education, Local 22: 1933-36. Includes correspondence between Mark Starr and George Simpson re Simpson's article on Local 22 in The Nation, Oct. 1935; educational programs, letters from members, printed material, reports.
  7  
Education, Local 22: 1937-38.
  7  
Education, Local 22: 1939-51.
  7  
Education, Local 22: 1952-67.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Art Shows: 1940-44.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Art Shows: 1945-56.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Dramatic Skits: 1930's-40's.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Harlem Branch: 1933-34.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Minutes and Financial Reports: 1935-36, 1942-43.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Outlines for Courses: 1934-36.
  8  
Education, Local 22, Outlines for Courses: 1937-51.
  8  
Education, National Committee for Rural Schools and United Negro College Fund: 1946-57. Includes Norman Thomas letter advising CSZ on Negro-controlled cooperative project in South Carolina, 1956.
  8  
Educational Alliance: 1956-57. Includes correspondence and reports on program for retired members of Local 22, 1956-57.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1933. 1) Includes report of Objection and Election Committee; 2) strike of 1933 in dress industry; 3) Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union resolution to form a united front to carry on strike.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1934.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1935.
   
Progressive Group.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1935. Rank and File (left wing) newspaper clippings from Daily Worker and Morning Freiheit.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1936-37.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1939. Rank and File.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1940. Includes installation meeting; newspaper clippings.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1940. Progressive group.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1940. Rank and Pile.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1942. Progressive group.
  9  
Elections, Local 22: 1942. Rank and File.
  10  
Elections: 1944. Includes Progressive group and Rank and File group.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1944. Newspaper clippings.
  10  
.._. Elections, Local 22: 1947. Progressive group and Rank and File group.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1947. Newspaper clippings.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1950. Progressive group and Rank and File.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1950. Newspaper clippings.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1953. Progressive group. Rank and File group and newspaper clippings.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1956.
  10  
Elections, Local 22: 1965.
  10  
Elections, Local Affiliates: 1965. Includes Local 10 and 89.
  10  
Epstein, Melech: 1951-57. Correspondence re book, Jewish Labor in USA.
  11  
F: 1938-57. Includes Farband-Labor Zionist Order, Freedom House.
  11  
Fascism, Anti- and Anti-Nazism: 1934-43. Includes Local 22 releases, letters from Carlo Tresca.
  11  
Fashion Institute of Technology: 1948-56.
  11  
Federal Trade Commission: 1941. Re National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board.
  11  
Feffer, George and Sandier, Bernie: 1942-45. Correspondence when they were in Army; Feffer paper, "Guaranteed Annual Wages in the Dress Industry," 1943.
  11  
Ferrero (Vincent) -Sallitto (Domenick)
  11  
Defense Committee: 1935-38.
  11  
Films: 1947-48. Correspondence re AFL Projects and National Film Cooperative.
  11  
Finance Committee, Local 22: 1926-36. Minutes and financial statements.
  11  
Finance Committee, Local 22: 1937-39. Minutes and financial statements.
  11  
Finance Committee, Local 22: 1940-47. Minutes, financial statements, census reports.
  11  
Font, Norma: 1954. Case.
  11  
Foreign Correspondence, Africa: 1943, 1956-58. Includes American Committee on Africa, Inc. South African Defense Fund and Maida Springer.
  11  
Foreign Correspondence, Asian Affairs: 1955-57.
  11  
Foreign Correspondence, Canada: 1942-55. Correspondence with Cooperative Commonwealth Federation of Canada.
  11  
Foreign Correspondence, England: 1944-53. Includes letter to Clement R. Attlee and Ernest Bevin, criticizing (British Labour) government on treatment of Jews in Palestine, 1948,
  11  
Foreign Correspondence, France: 1945-54. Includes correspondence with Irving Brown (AFL rep. in Europe) and F. Shrager on Communist activities in Europe.
  11  
Foreign Correspondence, France: 1950, 1958-69. Unser Stimme.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Germany: 1933-45. Includes correspondence re relief to victims of Nazism, trade union movement and post-war reconstruction, especially German trade union movement.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Germany: 1946-53.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Hungary: 1956. Re Hungarian revolution.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, India: 1934, 1948-58.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Poland: 1936-47. Includes correspondence on aiding Polish-Jews.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Russia: 1933-45.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Russia: 1946-70. Includes Raphael Abramovitch outline report on History of Russian Revolution Project, 1957; CSZ statement at Jewish Labor Committee meeting re Russian anti-Semitism, 1966.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, South America: 1950, 1954-55.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Spain: 1935-40. Includes correspondence with and reports from Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade; New World Resettlement Fund, Inc., and other organizations on Spanish Refugee Aid during and after Civil War.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Spain: 1941-46, 1952-58.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Springer, Maida: 1945-62. Includes correspondence, reports on trade union activities in Africa; her European and USA
  12  
activities, 1945-55; AFL-CIO and ILGWU garment worker program, 1960-62.
  12  
Foreign Correspondence, Miscellaneous Countries: 1941, 1944-61. Includes China, Cuba, Norway, Denmark and Sweden; study by Abe S. Weiss, Garment Workers of Other Lands, 1941.
  13  
Forest Neighborhood House, Inc.: 1946-58.
  13  
Form Letters: 1933-47.
  13  
Forward, Jewish Daily: 1934-56.
  13  
Free Trade Union Committee: 1947-56. Includes Jay Lovestone reports; Irving Brown report on trade union activities in Europe, 1947; Maida Springer report on Africa, 1952.
  13  
Freeland League: 1946-49.
  13  
Friedman, David: 1940-52. Newspaper clipping articles in Morning Freiheit.
  13  
G: 1937-49.
  13  
Gaskin, Lillian W.: 1933-36.
  13  
General Executive Board: 1934-58. Includes Isidore Nagler report to GEB on overlapping problem between cloak and dress industry, 1938; CSZ report on trip to European countries for Jewish Labor Committee, 1946; CSZ memorandum on Latin America as an export market. May 1946.
  13  
Gerjoy, Ben, and Lipnack, Sol: 1939. Statements from Local 22 and newspaper clippings on their expulsion from Communist Party.
  13  
Greetings and Condolences: 1934-57.
  13  
Grievance Committee: 1933-37. Cases.
  13  
Grievance Committee: 1938-41. Cases.
  13  
Grievance Committee: 1942-51. Cases.
  13  
Grievance Committee: 1933, 1951, 1952-54. Max Goldberg case, 1933; Sam Peltz case, 1941; Hilda Tormay case, 1952-54.
  1  
Gross, Murray: 1943-45. Correspondence with Gross in Army.
  14  
H: 1935-58.
  14  
Haber, S. 1943-53. Newspaper articles in Morning Freiheit.
  14  
Harlem Section Dressmakers: 1930's.
  14  
Harvard University: 1946-48. Includes correspondence with Walter Galenson and Irving Brown on European situation and aid to Norwegian Labor Party.
  14  
Health, Committee for the Nation's: 1952-55.
  14  
Health Insurance Plan (HIP): 1947-59.
  14  
Health, Mental: 1946-58. Includes Eleanor Roosevelt letter inviting CSZ to hear William Menninger (Menninger Foundation) talk on mental health, 1954.
  14  
Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS): 1935-58.
  14  
Henson, Francis A.: 1934, 1937-38.
  14  
Herndon Defense Committee: 1935-36. Correspondence and literature re Angelo Herndon case, sentenced to prison for violating Georgia slave insurrection law.
  14  
Hochman, Julius: 1946. Letters on his European activities as CRT delegate.
  14  
Hoffmitz, Laible: 1935. Includes CSZ letters on Union.
  14  
Housing: 1950-57. Includes letters from Lincoln Square Residents Committee.
  14  
Hunter, Elsie: 1946-55. Case; includes discrimination complaint before National Labor Relations Board.
  14  
Hyman, Louis: 1930's.
  15  
I: 1936-57. Includes letters from Fenner Brockway (political secretary), Independent Labour Party re preparation for a new International, 1943-44.
  15  
O'Dwyer letters
  15  
Icor (Association for Jewish Colonization in the Soviet Union, Inc.): 1936-38.
  15  
Immigration: 1936-37.
  15  
Independent Communist Labor League and Independent Labor League of America: 1937-40.
  15  
Independent Progressive Dressmakers, Local 22: 1940. Printed material.
  15  
Industrial Workers of the World: 1930's.
  15  
Institute of International Labor Research, Inc.: 1956-58.
  15  
International Labor Defense: 1934-38.
  15  
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union: 1934-58. Correspondence and form letters from Executive Secretary Frederick F. Umhey.
  15  
ILGWU, Auditing: 1937-56.
  15  
ILGWU, Clubs and Groups: 1937-38.
  15  
ILGWU, Education Department: 1933-46. Includes article, "Lest We Forget," on 22nd Anniversary of the Triangle Fire, by Fannia M. Cohn, March 1933; correspondence with Mark Starr; form letters; printed material.
  15  
ILGWU, Education Department.: 1947-58.
  16  
ILGWU, Health and Welfare Fund: 1935-58.
  16  
ILGWU, Legal Department.: 1948-58.
  16  
Includes Federal Trade Commission vs. California Sportswear and Dress Assoc. case, 1957.
  16  
ILGWU, Legislation: 1935-47. Includes material on the Taft-Hartley law.
  16  
ILGWU, Jurisdictional Disputes (intra-Union): 1935-36, 1939. Includes dispute between Locals 1 and 22, 1935.
  16  
ILGWU, Management Engineering Department.: 1940-51. Includes reports on Leslie Fay Fashions, Inc., 1951.
  16  
ILGWU, Organizations, Support for: 1935-58.
  16  
ILGWU, Organizing Activities: 1935-38, 1954-58.
  16  
ILGWU, Political Department: 1937-61. Includes Gus Tyler proposal on trade union activities for Liberal Party, 1949.
  16  
ILGWU, Research Department.: 1937-47.
  16  
ILGWU, Research Department., Latin America: 1944-45. Correspondence and reports by Broadus Mitchell on feasibility of export of women's garments to Latin America.
  16  
ILGWU, Research Department., World War II: 1942-45. Reports, releases on laws affecting garment industry.
  16  
ILGWU, Training Institute: 1942, 1945-52.
  16  
ILGWU, Training Institute: 1953-62.
  17  
ILGWU, Unity House: 1933-47.
  17  
International Rescue Committee, Inc.: 1952-58. Includes International Relief Assoc., 1934-39; International Rescue and Relief Committee, Inc.: 1942-51.
  17  
International Solidarity Committee (to aid labor, socialist and democratic anti-fascists): 1946-51.
  17  
International Workers Order: 1934-39.
  17  
Investigations of Shops: 1935-48.
  17  
Investments: 1929-46.
  17  
Israel: 1948-58.
  17  
Israel Bond Drive: 1951-58.
  17  
Italian-American Labor Council: 1942-56.
  17  
J: 1933-57. Includes Lyndon B. Johnson message: Dec. 1963.
  17  
Jewish Labor Committee: 1934-July 1941.
  17  
Jewish Labor Committee: Aug. 1941-Dec. 1941,
  17  
Jewish Labor Committee: 1945-56.
  18  
Jewish Labor Committee: 1957-58.
  18  
Jewish Labor Committee, Women's Division: 1949-58.
  18  
Jewish National Workers Alliance of America: 1937-47.
  18  
Jewish Organizations re Israel (Palestine): 1936-47.
  18  
Joint Boards, Baltimore: 1936-48. Includes correspondence with Charles Kreindler and Angela Bambace.
  18  
Joint Boards, Boston: 1920 's, 1937-52. Includes correspondence with Philip Kramer; printed material ('20's).
  18  
Joint Boards, Chicago: 1920's, 1934-56. Includes correspondence with Morris Bialis.
  18  
Joint Boards, Cleveland: 1920's, 1935-43. Includes CSZ letter to Abraham W. Katovsky, stating his position re CIO, July 1936.
  18  
Joint Boards, Kansas City: 1935-36, 1954.
  18  
Joint Boards, Los Angeles (Cloak): 1933-55. Includes correspondence with Paul Berg, I. Lutsky, Rose Pesotta.
  18  
Joint Boards, New York Cloak Joint Board: 1932-54. Includes correspondence and report of Israel Feinberg; Isidore Nagler report on conditions of the Women's Coat and Suit Industry, 1954; Proposal to Establish Retirement Fund in the Coat and Suit Industry (n.d.).
  18  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Cloak and Dress Joint Board: 1925-30. Broadsides, printed material and publi­cations, some dealing with Union internal conflict.
  18  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Cloak and Dress Joint Board: 1925-30. Continued from above.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1933-34, Includes correspondence with Phillip Kapp and Julius Hochman.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1935-37.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1938-41. Includes correspondence with Nathaniel M. Minkoff; Joint Board releases and statements.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1942-50.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1951-57. In c of letter from Hochman to Israel Breslow on Breslow's plan of eliminating Hochman's name as candidate to 1962 Union convention.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1933-47. Agreements, correspondence, proposals, resolutions on negotiating agreement with firms and associations.
  19  
Joint Board, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1950-58. Agreements .
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y., Dress Joint Board, Health and Welfare Fund: 1942-49.
  19  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board, Health and Welfare Fund: 1950-58.
  20  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board, The Organizer: 1933.
  20  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1920's-1960's. Printed material.
  20  
Joint Boards, N.Y. Dress Joint Board: 1930's-60's. Printed material.
  20  
Joint Boards, Pennsylvania (Northeast Department.): 1936-58. Includes correspondence with Min Lurye Matheson.
  20  
Joint Boards, Philadelphia: 1925, 1935-57.
  20  
Joint Boards, San Francisco: 1936-54. Includes correspondence with Jennie Matyas.
  20  
Joint Boards, Seattle: 1935-36.
  20  
Joint Boards, Winnipeg: 1935-49, 1953. Includes correspondence with Samuel Herbst on Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union of Canada.
  20  
K: 1937-50.
  20  
L: 1933-56. Includes statement for "League for One Big Union," 1933.
  20  
LaGuardia, Fiorello H. and Lehman, Herbert H.: 1934-42.
  20  
Labor Bureau and Dress Industry Place­ment Unit: 1939-40.
  20  
Labor Day: 1944-57. CSZ statements.
  21  
Labor League for Human Rights: 1945-46. Includes Irving Brown reports on European trade union activities.
  21  
Labor's Non-Partisan League: 1935-40.
  21  
Lane, Jesse: 1936-37. Correspondence on CIO and Union activities.
  21  
League Against Fascism and Dictatorship: 1939.
  21  
League for Industrial Democracy, Inc.:
  21  
1934-57. Includes correspondence with Harry W. Laidler.
  21  
League for Mutual Aid: 1936-56.
  21  
Legislation: 1934-56.
  21  
Legislation, Child Labor: 1934-37.
  21  
Legislation, Civil Rights: 1938-48.
  21  
Legislation, Foreign and Displaced Persons: 1939-48.
  21  
Legislation, Labor: 1937-56.
  21  
Legislation, Unemployment: 1934-57. Includes Wilbur Daniels' Statement on the Hughes-Ashberry Unemployment Insurance Bill, 1957.
  21  
Locals 9 and 10, N.Y.C.: 1933-43. Includes correspondence with Isidore Sorkin.
  21  
Local 22, N.Y.C.: 1925, 1930's-40's. Includes Israel Feinberg letter to Julius Portnoy on N.Y. (Cloak and Dress) Joint Board elections, 1925; printed material.
  21  
Local 22, N.Y.C.: 1930's and 40's. Printed material, continued
  22  
Local 22, N.Y.C.: 1930-40. Printed material, mostly announcements, leaflets from their Education, Department.
  22  
Local 22, N.Y.C.: 1930-40's. Printed material, educational matter
  22  
Local 22, N.Y.C.: 1930-40's. Printed educational matters .
  22  
V Locals 23, 25 and 31, N.Y.C.: 1930's-50's.
  22  
Locals 35 and 48, N.Y.C.: 1937-53.
  22  
Local 60, N.Y.C.: 1934-53. Includes printed material, Dress Presser; Rank and File Group, almost all documents deal with Local elections.
  22  
Local 60, N.Y.C.: 1934-53.
  22  
Locals 60-A, 62 and 64, N.Y.C.: 1930's-57.
  22  
Local 66, N.Y.C.: 1928, 1930's-56.
  22  
Local 89, N.Y.C.: 1926, 1930's-40. Correspondence with Luigi Antonini and printed material.
  22  
Local 91, N.Y.C.: 1933-43.
  22  
Locals 98 and 99, N.Y.C.: 1942-54.
  23  
Locals 102 and 105, N.Y.C.: Local 106, Baltimore, Md.: 1937-58. Includes GEB Special Committee minutes and reports re separate charter for Snow Suit and Legging Workers, Local 105, 1939.
  23  
Local 117, N.Y.C.: 1936-54. Includes printed material of Locals 1 and 17 prior to merger as Local 117 in February 1936.
  23  
Local 117, N.Y.C.: 1936-54.
  23  
Local 120, Decatur, Ill; Local 122, Atlanta, Ga.: 1935-38. Includes correspondence with John S. Martin.
  23  
Local 132, N.Y.C.: 1932-43. Includes by-laws; Martin Feldman case, 1938.
  23  
Locals 142, 145 and 148, N.J.: 1935-37.
  23  
Local 155, N.Y.C.: 1933-Aug. 1936. Correspondence with Louis Nelson, releases, statements.
  23  
Local 155, N.Y.C.: Sept. 1936-56.
  23  
Local 155, N.Y.C.: 1933-53. Printed material, almost all dealing with Local elections.
  23  
Locals, Southern: 1949-57. Includes John S. Martin and Abraham Plotkin letters
  23  
Locals, Miscellaneous: 1920's-30. Includes Local 2, N.Y.C., and Local 184, Seattle, Wash.
  24  
Local Managers' (N.Y. Dress) Conferences: 1933, 1939-45. Minutes.
  24  
Local Mgrs.' (N.Y. Dress) Conferences: 1952-55.
  24  
log. Mgrs.' (N.Y. Dress) Conferences: 1956-58.
  24  
Lurye (Matheson), Min: 1936-44.
  24  
Lurye, William, Case: 1949-50. Includes Min Lurye (Matheson) letters
  24  
Lurye, William, Case: 1951-52. Includes copies of correspondence between Julius Hochman and District Attorney's office.
  24  
Lurye, William, Case: 1949. Newspaper clippings.
  24  
Lurye, William, Case: 1950. Newspaper clippings.
  24  
M: 1934-55.
  24  
Madwin, Max, Case: 1942.
  25  
Manuscripts and Outlines by CSZ on Union and Political Subjects: 1920's-40's. Contains some completed articles and statements.
  25  
Manuscripts and Outlines: 1920's-40's.
  25  
May Day Celebrations: 1930's-40's. Includes correspondence, printed material on Local participation.
  25  
May Day Celebrations: 1930's-40's.
  25  
Medical Matters: 1939-58.
  25  
Membership Meetings, Local 22: 1933-41. Outlines and minutes.
  25  
Membership Meetings, Local 22: 1942-50.
  25  
Membership Meetings, Local 22: 1951-57.
  25  
Minkoff, Nathaniel M.: 1931-33. Includes activities of Educational Com­mittee of the Socialist Party, Bronx Branch; personal material.
  25  
Minkoff, Nathaniel M.: 1934-49.
  25  
Minority Crafts Branch; Local 22: 1932-34. Minutes.
  25  
Minutes of Various Committees: 1931-47.
  26  
Miscellaneous Documents: 1932-39. Mostly letters from Local members.
  26  
Miscellaneous Documents: 1940-57.
  26  
Miscellaneous Documents: 1930's-40's. Mostly printed material; includes non­union matters.
  26  
Miscellaneous Documents. Printed material.
  26  
Mooney, Tom: 1929-40. Includes letters from Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee.
  26  
N: 1933-50.
  26  
National Association for the Advance­ment of Colored People (NAACP): 1933-58. Includes correspondence with Herbert Hill, Jackie Robinson, Walter White, Roy Wilkins on civil rights and labor matters.
  26  
NAACP: 1962. Representatives Adam Clayton Powell and Herbert Zelenko investigation of Union discrimination; includes AFL-CIO statement, Herbert Hill testimony, copy of A. Philip Randolph Itr. to David Dubinsky, CSZ resignation statement as trustee from Legal Defense and Educational Fund of NAACP; Jewish Labor Committee reports.
  26  
NAACP: 1962. ILGWU-NAACP controversy, continued
  26  
National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax: 1941-48.
  27  
National Committee for Labor Israel, Histadrut (prior to 1940 National Com­mittee for Labor Palestine): 1934-48.
  27  
National Committee for Labor Israel, Histadrut: 1949-58.
  27  
National Community Relations Advisory Council: 1944-58.
  27  
National Negro Congress: 1936-37.
  27  
National Recovery Administration: 1933-34. Includes reports of Commission.
  27  
National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc.: 1935, 1940-48.
  27  
National Urban League: 1933-49. Includes correspondence with James H. Hubert (N.Y. Urban League) on campaign to organize Negro dressmakers, 1933.
  27  
National Urban League: 1951-55.
  27  
National Urban League: 1956-59. Includes correspondence with Lester B. Granger, Thomas Young; CSZ address at Urban League Conference, 1959.
  27  
National Urban League: 1937. Memorandum, arbitration proceedings between Union and Urban League following Union's picketing Chicago Urban League office; correspondents includes Morris Bialis, Abraham Plotkin, David Dubinsky, Arnold Hill (director), Department. of Industrial Relations of League.
  28  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1933-35. Includes NTWIU proposal to improve conditions of workers in dress industry and for united front to conduct strike, June 1933, and Executive Board reply, July; Irving Potash proposal to unify for strike and to establish one Dressmakers Union, Aug. 1933; Ben Gold letter to unify dressmakers into one union and CSZ statement, Aug. 1934.
  28  
Negro Garment Workers: 1930's-40's.
  28  
Negro Labor Committee: 1935-53. Includes correspondence Frank R. Crosswaith.
  28  
New Leader: 1943-46.
  28  
New York Dressmakers' Strike: 1933, 1936, 1947.
  28  
New York State Federation of Labor: 1935-57. Includes Union resolutions submitted at State conventions.
  28  
Newspapers, Correspondence: 1934-58. Includes CSZ letter to Russian newspaper, Izvestia, replying to letter addressed to Local 22 from Russian worker, 1955.
  28  
0: 1945, 1957. Letters from Paul Olberg, 1945; correspondence with Rita Oberbeck, 1957.
  28  
Organization Committee, Local 22: 1933-48. Minutes, reports.
  28  
Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training - In Industry and Agriculture (ORT): 1935-48. Includes ORT activities in Europe.
  28  
Organizations, Support for: 1937-58. Includes National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1957; War Relief Fund, American Society for Russian Relief, Inc., 1945-46.
  28  
Organizing Activities, Local 22: 1949-57.
  28  
P: 1937-57.
  28  
Permits to Work: 1933-34.
  29  
Pesotta, Rose: 1934-44.
  29  
Pioneer Youth of America, Inc.: 1933-48.
  29  
Poetry and Songs, Local 22 and Affiliated Locals: 1930's-50's.
  29  
Politics: 1936-55. Includes Thomas E. Dewey letters during campaign for district attorney, 1937; CSZ letter to Dean Acheson on combatting Communist aggression, 1950; Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1955.
  29  
Politics, Liberal Party: 1952-58. Includes correspondence with Ben Davidson, CSZ speech at Liberal Party-Trade Union Council, 1958.
  29  
Politics, Liberal Party, Dressmakers Liberal Party Club: 1949, 1954-57.
  29  
Politics, Social Democratic Federation of N.Y.C.: 1937-57.
  29  
Politics, Socialist Party: 1935-58. Includes correspondence with Norman Thomas, Socialist organi­zations, re civil liberties, political matters, war policy, communism.
  29  
Politics, Trade Union Committee for a Labor Party: 1936. Letters from Elmer Brown.
  29  
Progressive Groups, Dressmakers Pro­gressive Group, Local 22: 1933-50 's. Letters, releases, statements, reports, printed material mainly dealing with Local elections.
  29  
Progressive Groups, Dressmakers Pro­gressive Group, Local 22: 1933-50's. Continued
  29  
Progressive Groups, Dressmakers Pro­gressive Group, Local 22: 1933-50's. Continued
  29  
Progressive Groups, Dressmakers Pro­gressive Group, Local 22: 1933-50's. Continued
  29  
Progressive Groups, Dressmakers Pro­gressive Group, Local 22: 1933-50's. Continued
  30  
Progressive Groups, Locals: 1935-36. Includes minutes of Needle Trades Pro­gressive Groups .
  30  
Progressive Groups, Locals: 1935-36. Continued
  30  
Progressive Unionist: 1936. Council of Needle Trades Progressive Groups .
  30  
Progressive Trade Unionists: 1935-36. Correspondence with Mildred Allmendinger.
  30  
Provisional Labor Committees: 1936-39.
  30  
Puerto Rico: 1935-60. Includes correspondence with William D. Lopez; Robert Gladnick, Nelson A. Rockefeller letter re advertise­ment, "We, Too, Fight Delinquency," 1959.
  30  
Puerto Rico, Labor Advisory Committee on Puerto Rican Affairs: 1952-54.
  30  
Puerto Rico, Labor Advisory Committee on Puerto Rican Affairs: 1955-57.
  30  
Puerto Rico, Mayor's Committee on Puerto Rican Affairs in NYC: 1954-57.
  30  
Puerto Rico, Needle Workers Union of Puerto Rico, Local 300, ILGWU: 1934-37, 1939. Includes correspondence with Teresa Anglero, Rose Pesotta, re organizing activities, Local matters, Code for Needlework Industry (n.d.).
  30  
Puerto Rico, Wage and Hour Hearings: 1955-57.
  30  
Puerto Rico, Wage and Hour Hearings: 1955-57.
  30  
R: 1936-58. Includes correspondence re Remington-Rand Co. strike, 1936-37; letters to Franklin D. Roosevelt re labor and war matters, 1942-43.
  30  
Racketeering, Anti-: 1949-54. Correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings re garment industry and other unions.
  31  
Rand School of Social Science: 1936-55.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing, and Opposition Groups, Local 22: 1932-43. Correspondence, resolutions, statements, minutes and form letters
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: 1944-55. Correspondence, continued
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: l930's-50's. Printed material dealing with Local elections, and all facets of Local activities.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: n.d. Printed material.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: 1930's. Printed material, Dressmakers Unity Committee of International Members and the Industrial Union.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: 1930's. Printed material, United Dressmakers Committee of the Left Wing Group and Active Members Group.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: 1930's. Includes Dressmakers United Front Committee, Dressmakers Industrial Union.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups, Local 22: 1930's. Publications, includes Dressmakers Voice.
  31  
Rank and File, Left Wing and Opposition Groups to ILGWU: 1920's-30's. Includes Left Wing and Rank and File Groups, Locals 10, 22, 60, 89.
  31  
Red Cross Drives: 1948-57.
  31  
Releases and Announcements: 1933-34.
  31  
Releases and Announcements: 1935-36.
  32  
Releases and Announcements: 1937-39.
  32  
Releases and Announcements: 1940-42.
  32  
Releases and Announcements: 1943-46.
  32  
Releases and Announcements: 1947-50's.
  32  
Religious Matters: 1936-46.
  32  
Religious Matters, National Religion and Labor Foundation: 1937-48.
  32  
Resolutions, by Executive Board or Membership Meetings of Local 22: 1933-42. Includes Executive Board resolution protesting GEB action in removing Local 9 administration from office, Jan. 1934.
  32  
Resolutions by Executive Board or Membership Meetings of Local 22: 1946-57.
  32  
Resolutions Submitted by Workers of Shops: 1930's-40's.
  32  
S: 1935-57. Includes CSZ comments on right-left struggle in the needle trades for Joel Seidman's book. The Needle Trades, 1941; Mrs. Morris Sigman letter thanking CSZ for his efforts in helping name a liberty ship after her late husband, Morris Sigman, February 1944.
  32  
St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project: 1932-42.
  32  
Sanatoriums, Deborah Sanatorium: 1933-58.
  32  
Sanatoriums, Denver (Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society): 1934-57. Includes controversy between administrators and opposition group, 1944-49.
  32  
Sanatoriums, Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital: 1942-57.
  33  
Sanatoriums, Los Angeles Sanatorium, City of Hope: 1937-45.
  33  
Sanatoriums, Los Angeles, City of Hope: 1946-57.
  33  
Schneider, Joseph: 1933.
  33  
Seottsboro Case: 1931-39. Correspondence with Scottsboro Defense Committee.
  33  
Sick Benefits and Relief Fund, Local 22: 1927-39, 1953-58.
  33  
Simpson, Lawrence, Defense Committee: 1936.
  33  
Social Security Matters: 1934-38.
  33  
Socialist Party: 1930's.
  33  
Socialist Workers Party: 1930's.
  33  
Soderberg, John G.: 1936-37, 1942.
  33  
Spanish Dressmakers: 1933-34.
  33  
Speeches, Statements and Articles of CSZ: 1930's-50's.
  33  
Speeches, Statements and Articles of CSZ: 1930's-50's. Includes article, "Changes in the Jewish Labor Movement," Feb. 1952.
  33  
Speeches, Statements and Articles of CSZ: 1920's-50's. Newspaper clipping files.
  33  
Special Industry Committee, No. 22: 1955-56. Wage and Hour hearings for the garment industry in Puerto Rico."
  33  
Special Industry Committee No. 22 in Puerto Rico: 1955-56. Continued
  34  
Tailor's Progress, Controversy: 1944.
  34  
Trade Associations in Dress Industry: 1934-40's.
  34  
Trips Abroad by CSZ: 1945-46. Europe, as representative of the Jewish Labor Committee on invitation of the Norwegian Labor Federation fie labor organizations of Sweden and Denmark; includes CSZ's investigations and reports of con­ditions in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, France and England.
  34  
Trips Abroad by CSZ: 1945-46. Europe, continued
  34  
Trips Abroad by CSZ: 1948. Israel.
  34  
Trips Abroad by CSZ: 1934. Puerto Rico.
  34  
Trips Abroad by CSZ: 1958. Geneva, Switzerland, as delegate to the Textile Industrial Commission of the Int'l. Labor Organization.
  34  
Trotsky, Leon, and Trotskyites: 1930's-47. Letters, statements from American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky, 1936-37; releases and copies of letters petitioning the Nuremberg tribunal to examine charge made at Moscow trials that Trotsky conspired for war with Nazi Germany, 1946-47.
  34  
U:1933-55.
  34  
Unemployment: 1931-34.
  34  
Includes form letters from Emergency Conference on Unemployment, 1931-32; Joint Committee on Unemployment, 1934; United Action Conference on Work, Relief and Unemployment, 1934.
  34  
Unemployment, Garment Industry: 1930's-40's.
  34  
Union for Democratic Action: 1941-46.
  34  
Union Health Center, Los Angeles: 1953, 1955.
  34  
Union Health Center, NYC: 1933-58.
  34  
Union Labor Life Insurance; 1936-57.
  35  
Unions, General, A-O: 1934-53.
  35  
Unions, General, P-Z: 1933-37.
  35  
Agricultural Workers Union, National: 1946-58. Correspondence with H.L.Mitchell; includes Nat'l. Farm Labor Union.
  35  
Automobile Workers of America, United: 1936-54. Includes letters from group called "Unity," 1938.
  35  
Bags and Baggage, International Brother­hood of Red Caps: 1937-39.
  35  
Building Service Employees International Union: 1934-37. Correspondence and Local 22 releases re 1934 elevator strike of Local 32-B.
  35  
Clothing Workers of America, Amalgamated: 1934-52.
  35  
Doll and Toy Workers Union, International
  35  
Union of: 1949, 1956-57. Includes correspondence re jurisdictional disputes between Doll and Toy Workers Union and Local 132 of ILGWU.
  35  
Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood: 1935-37.
  35  
Fur Workers Union: 1935-56.
  35  
Hosiery Workers, American Federation: 1937-55.
  35  
Hospital Employees' Union: 1936.
  35  
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union: 1934-56.
  35  
Ladies' Apparel Shipping Clerks Union, Local 19953: 1935-36.
  35  
Longshoremen's Association, International: 1953-57.
  35  
Newspaper Guild of New York, and American Newspaper Guild: 1935-47.
  36  
Office Employees International Union: 1936-55. Includes correspondence re negotiations, agreements with Local 22.
  36  
Pocketbook Workers Union: 1937-43.
  36  
Retail Unions: 1936-56.
  36  
Rubber Workers Union: 1936-58.
  36  
Seafarers International Union: 1936-58. Also includes Norman Thomas statement on internal conflict in National Maritime Union, 1950.
  36  
Sleeping Car Porters, Brotherhood of: 1937-58.
  36  
State, County and Municipal Workers of America: 1936-55.
  36  
Steel Workers Organizing Committee; 1936-37.
  36  
Teachers Union: 1934-58.
  36  
Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, International Brotherhood of: 1938-56.
  36  
Technical, Editorial and Office Assistants Union: 1935.
  36  
Textile Workers Union of America: 1934-54. Includes agreement between Textile Workers Union and ILGWU, 1934; Textile Workers Organizing Committee reports and incoming letters on devel­oping situations in organizing, 1937-38.
  36  
Theatrical Unions: 1935-37, 1947.
  36  
Transport Workers Union: 1935-38.
  36  
Trucking Industry: 1949-56.
  36  
Yiddish Actors and Yiddish Writers Union: 1936-45.
  36  
Cloakmakers United Front Committee United Front Committee of Cloakmakers United Cloak and Dressmakers Progressive League Unity Committee, Cloak, Dress and Furrier Unions Printed material, 1930's.
  36  
United Hebrew Trades: 1934-50.
  37  
United Jewish Appeal: 1940-53.
  37  
United States Government, Congress and Departments: 1934-58, 1964. Includes Department. of Labor, President's Com­mittee on Equal Employment Opportunity, May 1964.
  37  
U.S. Government, N.Y. City and State: 1934-58.
  37  
V: 1935-54.
  37  
Veterans: 1946-56. Includes Jewish War Veterans, Veterans League of America.
  37  
Vrataric, Frank: 1936.
  37  
W: 1933-57. Includes CSZ letter to J.H. Waldman on Communism and Communists in America, 1941.
  37  
WEVD: 1934-40.
  37  
Welfare Council of New York: 1939-45.
  37  
Wiesen, Max, and Sons, Co.: 1943, 1952-56.
  37  
Women's Matters: 1936-43.
  37  
Women's Trade Union League: 1933-42.
  37  
Women's Trade Union League: 1943-55.
  37  
Workers' Defense League: 1937-58.
  37  
Workmen's Circle: 1933-41. Includes Dressmakers Branch 122.
  37  
Workmen's Circle: 1942-58.
  37  
Works Progress Administration: 1934-39. Correspondence re unemployment, appropriation of fund relief, labor activities.
  38  
WPA, Sewing Project: 1935-39.
  38  
WPA, Teachers Union: 1936-39.
  38  
WPA, Workers Alliance of America: 1935-39. Includes letters from Workers Unemployed Union of N.Y., 1935.
  38  
World War II: 1930's-49. Form letters, circulars from committees against war; post-1938: material on war effort and aid to Allies, letters to Cordell Hull, Local 22 resolutions, report and recommendations on effect of war on New York's women's garment industry, n.d.
  38  
World War II, American League Against War and Fascism: 1933-36. Correspondence, releases, printed material.
  38  
World War II, American League Against War and Fascism: 1933-34. Minutes and reports.
  38  
World War II, Committee for Amnesty for All Objectors to War and Conscription: 1946-47.
  38  
World War II, Government Agencies: 1942-45. Includes Israel Feinberg recommendations to War Work Emergency Committee of GEB on garment industry, Feb. 1942.
  38  
Jewish Peoples Committee for United Action Against Fascism and Anti-Semitism: 1937-45.
  38  
World War II, Keep America Out of War Committee: 1938-40. Includes CSZ letter of resignation, 1940.
  38  
World War II, Members in Armed Forces: 1943-45. Correspondence
  38  
World War II, Refugees: 1935-47. Includes Emergency Rescue Committee, Inc., ltrs, from Francis A. Henson of the Emergency Committee in Aid of Political Refugees from Nazism.
  38  
World War II, United Service Organi­zation (USO): 1942-46.
  38  
World Youth Congress: 1938.
  38  
World's Fair: 1939. Union's purchasing N.Y. Fair Bonds.
  38  
Y: 1938-57.
  39  
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research: 1939-45, 1950-52.
  39  
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research; 1953-58.
  39  
Z: 1942-58.
  39  
Zimmerman, Israel: 1946.
  39  
Photographs.
 
II. Subject files, 1919-1932. [series]:
Types of items include: correspondence, reports, minutes, broadside collection, newspaper clippings.

  40  
American Civil Liberties Union: 1927, Controversy over position of the ACLU concerning the Committee for the Defense of Needle Trades Workers.
  40  
Anarchist Workers' Group (Cloak and Dressmakers Union): 1920's.
  40  
Breslow, Israel; Brown, Bishop William, of Montgomery, Ala.: 1928, 1931.
  40  
Cases: 1921, 1925, 1927, 1932. Includes charges against CSZ in the above years (except 1927); Supreme Court, N.Y. County, Luigi Antonini vs Louis Hyman, et al.: Salvatore Ninfo vs Louis Hyman, et al., and the Association of Dress Manufacturers, Inc., vs Louis Hyman, et al., 1927.
  40  
Clothing Workers Union, Amalgamated: 1920's-30's.
  40  
Committees, Committee of 15, 25, 50 and 100: 1920's-30's.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A. (Workers /communist/Party): 1925-29. Correspondence; includes Herbert Benjamin letter,
  40  
1928; William Z. Foster letter, 1928; letters from Benjamin Gitlow, Charles E. Ruthenberg and William W. Weinstone.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A.: 1918-30 's. Printed material dealing mainly with all facets of trade unionism especially the garment industry; includes constitutions of the Communist Party of America, 1920; minutes of district meetings, reports of committees, statements.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A.: 1918-30's. Printed material, cont'd; includes reports of Earl Browder on American trade union movement.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A.: 1918-30's. Printed material, continued.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A.: 1920's-30's. Publications, includes the Red Needle.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A. (Central Execu­tive Committee), Industrial Depart­ment: 1920's.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A., Section Meetings: 1921.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A., Majority Group (post-1933 known as the Opposition Group), Lovestone Group: 1929-39, Letters, bulletins, reports, statements, material from Revolutionary Age.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A., Majority Group (post-1933 known as the Opposition Group), Lovestone Group: 1929-39.
  40  
Communist Party U.S.A., Majority Group (post-1933 known as the Opposition Group),Lovestone Group: 1929-39.
  41  
Communist Party U.S.A., Majority Group (post-1933 known as the Opposition Group), Lovestone Group: 1929-39.
  41  
Communist Party U.S.A., Majority Group (post-1933 known as the Opposition Group), Lovestone Group: 1929-39.
  41  
Communist Party U.S.A., Majority Group (post-1933 known as the Opposition Group), Lovestone Group: 1929-39.
  41  
Communist Party, Opposition Group: 1933-39. Letters, form letters, reports.
  41  
Communist Party, Opposition Group: 1933-39. Printed material.
  41  
Communist Party, Opposition Group: 1933-39.
  41  
Communist Party, Opposition Group: 1933-39.
  41  
Communist Party, Opposition Group: 1933-39.
  41  
Conference for Progressive Labor Action: c. 1931.
  42  
Dress Manufacturers Association and Ladies Waist and Dressmakers Union (Local 22): 1919-20. Minutes of conferences affecting the welfare of dress industry.
  42  
Dressmakers Progressive League and Dressmakers Trade Union Circle, and Dressmakers United Front Committee: 1930's. Programs, printed material.
  42  
Dressmakers Welfare Club: 1920's.
  42  
Fur and Leather Workers Union, Int'l.: 1920's-57. Printed material from various fractions of Furriers.
  42  
Fur and Leather Workers Union, Int'l.: 1920's-57.
  42  
Fur and Leather Workers Union, Int'l.: 1920's-57.
  42  
Fur and Leather Workers Union, Int'l.: 1920's-57.
  42  
Fur and Leather Workers Union, Int'l.: 1920's-57.
  42  
Fur and Leather Workers Union, Int'l.: 1920's-57.
  42  
internal Strife, ILGWU: 1926-28, 1931. Includes newspaper clippings.
  42  
International Council of Trade and Industrial Unions, American Bureau: 1920's.
  42  
Joint Action Committee, Locals 2, 9, 22: 1920's.
  42  
Joint Action Committee, Locals 2, 9, 22: 1920's.
  42  
Left Groups of the Cloakmakers' Locals: 1920's-30's.
  43  
Local 1, N.Y.C.: 1920's-30's.
  43  
Local 9, N.Y.C.: 1920's-30's.
  43  
Local 10, N.Y.C.: 1920's-50's. Includes The Cutter. 1926-35.
  43  
Local 10, N.Y.C.: 1920's-30's.
  43  
Local 10, N.Y.C.: 1920's-30's.
  43  
Local 35, N.Y.C.: 1920's-30's.
  43  
Local 50, Philadelphia, Pa.: 1920's.
  43  
Local 72, N.Y.C.: 1920's.
  43  
Local 100, Chicago, Ill.: 1919-20's.
  43  
Losovsky, A. (Alec Levine): 1920's.
  43  
Lovestone, Jay: 1927-40. Correspondence between Zimmerman and Lovestone; letters and reports from individuals to Lovestone on all facets of trade union activities; includes letters and reports from Paul Berg, Al Sands, Elmer Hamm, Joe Engelstein, Glenn Shadduck and Jack Hering.
  43  
Millinery Workers Union: 1920's-30's.
  44  
Miscellaneous Documents. From right and left wings, many not identified or dated, almost all dealing with garment industry.
  44  
National Workers Committee for Organizing Jewish Workers in Israel: 1920's.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1920's-30's. Letters, reports, statements and substantial printed material re all facets of Union activities.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1920's-30's.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1920's-30's.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1920's-30's.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1920's-30's.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1928-31. Dressmakers Bulletin.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1928-34. The Needle Worker. Boston Needle Worker.
  44  
Needle Trades Workers Unity League: 1920's-30's.
  44  
New Workers School: 1932. Syllabus for fall term.
  44  
New York Cloakmakers Union Strike: 1926.
  45  
New York Dressmakers Union Strikes: 1929, 1932.
  45  
President's Office, ILGWU: 1923-27. Includes letters, form letters, GEB statements re internal strife.
  45  
Red International of Labor Unions (R.I.L.U.) and Needle Workers International Propaganda and Action Committee (IPAC): 1920's. Reports and resolutions.
  45  
Shop Delegate Propaganda Committee: 1920's.
  45  
Silk and Dye Workers Union: 1930's-Strike in Paterson, N.J.
  45  
Trade Union Educational League: 1922-24, 1927. Correspondence and letters from William Z. Foster, J.W. Johnstone, Jack Jampolsky.
  45  
Trade Union Educational League: 1920's. Minutes, printed material, reports of activities in needle trades.
  45  
Trade Union Educational League: 1920's.
  45  
Trade Union Educational League: 1920's.
  45  
Workers Council of the Cloak and Suit Industry and Workers Council of the White Goods Industry: 1919.
  45  
Workers Council of the Waist and Dress Industry: 1919.
  45  
Yar Yachno: 1930's-40. Letters, leaflets. Personal Documents, Publications, and Newspaper Clippings.
  45  
Personal Documents. Includes letters from Samuel Lipman during his stay in prison, 1919-20; letters from individuals in Soviet Union.
  45  
Personal Documents, prior to 1933. Printed items.
  45  
Personal Documents, prior to 1933. Printed items.
  46  
Publications. Union Worker (issued by the Union Workers Group), March 1926-Feb. 1927; The Free Word (issued by the Unemployed Committee of the Cloak and Dressmakers Union), Dec. 1941-Aug. 1942,
  46  
Publications. Monthly Jewish Bulletin (issued by Majority Group of the Communist Party), Dec, 1929-June 1930; The Workers Struggle (issued by the Communist Party USA), Dec. 1929-June 1930.
  46  
Publications. Union Vanguard, Jan. 1938-Mar. 1942; The Cloak Finisher (issued by Local 9 opposition). Jan-March 1942; Yiddisher Kemfer (organ of the Poale-zion-Zeire Zion of America), Jan. 1939.
  46  
Publications. The Voice of Unity (issued by the National Organization Committee of the ILGWU), . 1928.
  46  
Publications: 1920's-30's.
  46  
Publications: 1920's-30's.
  47  
Original Broadsides.
  48  
Original Broadsides.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1925. Files dealing with garment industry.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files; 1926.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1927.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1928-30.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1931-32.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1933.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1934.
  49  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1935.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1936.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1937.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1938.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1939.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1940.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1941.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files: 1945. Trips abroad.
  50  
Newspaper Clippings Files.