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Flyer, "The Aims and Objectives of the New York Teachers Guild, adopted at the organization meeting," October 1, 1935; "Summary and Additional Comment," 6 page unsigned manuscript with 2 page additional fragment, n.d., re events leading to founding of Teachers Guild, apparently for organizers; press release and form letter opposing McNaboe anti-subversion investigation of New York State schools, September 16, 1936; letter to members of Guild Executive Board from Guild Executive Director Linville, calling special meeting "to perform certain necessary acts which for us will involve no factional disturbance," September 8, 1936; "Proposals For Changes In Regulations Governing Sabbatical Leave," unsigned, February 3, 1937, 3 pages; cover letter to "questionnaire on morale," not attached with other items, to Executive Board, March 1, 1937; promotional piece by Teachers Guild, May 1, 1937, 2 pages; "News Letter From New York - Sent Personally to a Limited Number," 7 page communiqu from Guild Executive Director Henry Linville re factional/Communist power struggles within Teachers Union, June 12, 1937; press releases (12), some re Teachers Union (responses to attacks), some re pending legislation, some in form of letters to public officials (Governor, Mayor, President of Board of Education), all 1937; "Legislative Report For 1937-1938," November 1938, 2 pages; minutes of Guild Executive Board and Delegate Assembly, 1935-39; various photocopies of Teachers Guild Bulletin and the Guild Teacher, 1937-39.

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