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A. Sidney Hillman, 1914-46. [subseries]:
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Testimony from hearing on Cloak Makers' Union Strike, 1914
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Speech. "The Clothing Workers Strike" of Chicago (about 1915)
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Speech on Pantsmaking branch of clothing industry in New York, July 13, 1915
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Report of the National Workman's Committee to the conference at Hotel Astor, N.Y., July 16, 1916
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Speech. "Democracy in Industry", January 28, 1918
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Review of speech from "The Gazette Montreal", January 30, 1918
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Excerpts from testimony on collective bargaining, the right to discharge, etc. before the "Advisory Board," New York, January and February 1919.
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Statement regarding the Hart, Schaffner & Marx strike before the Commission on Industrial Relations, Washington, D.C., April 1919.
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Article. "Sidney Hillman's Cure for Strikes," The Boston Herald, October 17, 1919.
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Speech. Chicago Wage Arbitration Board, December 13, 1919
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Speech. "The Christianization of Industrial Relations" April 20, 1920
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Notes on "The Cost of Unemployment"
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Notes on Michael Stern & Co. Clothing Mfg.
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Speech. Labor Lyceum, April 23, 1920, Rochester, NY
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Proceedings of the Conference of Delegates of the Joint Boards of Montreal, and Toronto, and Local 210, Hamilton, October 30-31, 1920
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Statement concerning need for Joint Commission of workers and employers to investigate conditions in clothing market, November 11, 1920
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Speech on the New York Lockout, Grand Opera House, Boston, December 29, 1920 (2 copies)
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Outline of speech (Issues in New York Lockout) to Boston Convention
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Untitled address on lack of employment in clothing industry, c.1920
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Statement to the New York World (a N.Y.C. newspaper) commenting on Rochester Injunction - Strike at the Michael Stern Co., c.1920
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Press Statements on the New York Lockout, December 19, 1920
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Outline for Forward (newspaper) article "Message to the Membership of the ACWA Regarding N.Y. Lockout" c.1920
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"The Vanguard of Labor", a story by William Chenery, Industrial Editor of The Survey which is about and quotes Hillman, May 13, 1920
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Speech on the New York City Lockout. Madison Square Garden, January 27, 1921
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Remarks to Nebraska Retail Clothiers Association, February 1-3, 1921 (3 copies)
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Speech on Chicago Wage Arbitration, March 28, 1921
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Speech on the New York Lockout. Given at Ashland Auditorium, Chicago, March 4, 1921. Testimony of Hillman re conditions in the Clothing Industry, 6/9/21 (U.S. Comm. on Educ. & Labor) See: Bx. 39, ff 5-6
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Notes for speech on conditions in Europe given at Rand School Auditorium November 10, 1921
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Speech on European situation. Given at Carmen's Hall; November 18, 1921
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Newsclipping from the Daily News Record, Friday, November 18, 1921 covering Hillman's speeches in New York and Chicago about his trip to Russia and other countries
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"The Present Government in Russia" - unidentified address
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clippings (1920-1921) including:
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"Sidney Hillman Explains How Clothing Workers Plan to Standardize Production on the Basis of a True Measurement of Human Efficiency" article by Dr. Louis Levine in New York World, July 11, 1920
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"The Task of the Labor Movement" article on excerpts from an address before the Convention of the Cap and Millinery Makers' Union
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"Views of An American Worker on Unemployment" article by Hillman in American Labor Legislation Review, March, 1921
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Address about Russia at Carnegie Hall, 1922
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Excerpts from above address
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Speeches regarding the Russian-American Industrial Corp. at Foreign Policy Assn. Luncheon, Astor Hotel, February 3, 1923
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Labor Day Message, September 1923
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Address to convention of Needle Trades Workers, 1923
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Speech regarding unspecified strike at Meeting of Shop Chairmen, Cooper Union; New York, June 27, 1924
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"The Labor-Political Outlook in the United States" speech at Conference for Progressive Political Action in Washington. December 9, 1924
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Statement by Hillman about results of unspecified strikes, July 17, 1924
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"Hillman Commends Action, Warns Disruptionists." Article on Hillman's speech to N.Y. Joint Board in The Advance. December 19, 1924.
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"The Labor Banking Movement in The United States" an address before the Academy of Political Science in NYC, March 9, 1925
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Article on Hillman's comments on International Tailoring Co., July 25, 1925
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Notes from Hillman's Address at Friends' Conference, July 8, 1926, Ocean City, NJ
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Hillman's speech at the 16th Bi-Annual Convention of the Cloth, Hat, Cap and Millinery Workers International Union, May 1927
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Hillman predicts depression. Excerpts from his remarks at Pacific Coast Social Workers Conference, 1928.
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"Industrial Situation as Labor Sees It." An address on purposes of unions, December 27, 1927
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Hearing on the Nash Clothing Firm
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Transcript of a debate with Dr. Leiserson before the National Conference of Jewish Social Services, Cincinnati, May 1928
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Labor in the U.S." Article in the St. Louis Post - Dispatch, December 9, 1928
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Address at Business Problems Group. March 7, 1929
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Excerpts from Hillman's speeches during Philadelphia Campaign, 1929
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Undated and untitled address on unemployment c.1929
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"In Hillman's Words" excerpts from speeches and articles on major issues, 1929
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Speech on unemployment insurance at Federation of Jewish Charities Dinner, December 4, 1930
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Statement on unemployment at Round Table on unemployment and industrial stabilization, March 12, 1931
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Statement before Public Hearing on the Mastick-Steingut Unemployment Reserve Fund Bill in Albany, March 18, 1931
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Statement on Racketeering - possibly given at Mayor Walker's Conference, 1931
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Statement before Economic Council Hearing, 1931
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Address given at dinner for Senator Robert F. Wagner by the New York Conference for Unemployment Legislation, April 8, 1931
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Statement by Hillman at Hearing before Subcommittee of the Committee on Manufacturers, United States Senate. October 22 - December 19, 1931
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Article. "Unemployment Reserves," 1931
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Article. "Labor Leads Towards Planning," 1931
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Statement on unemployment relief at Hearings before Subcommittee of the Committee on Manufacturers, U.S. Senate, January 8, 1932
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Radio program. "National Economic Planning"
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Memo sent to Francis Perkins for FDR's consideration; pre NRA legislation c.1932
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Excerpts from Hearing in D.C. about Baltimore's working conditions. July 28, 1933
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Address at Proceedings of the Cotton Textile Code Hearing under NIRA, June 28, 1933
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"A Proposal for Labor Boards As An Essential in the Emergency" March 31, 1933
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News release on address given at 25th anniversary of the founding of Harvard Business School, April 29, 1933
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News release. "Hillman Urges U.S. Control of Wages, Hours and Conditions" c.1932
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Speech. "The Industrial Recovery Act and Labor's Chance" June 9, 1933
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Synopsis of address before Bar Assoc. of City of Milwaukee and State of Wisconsin, December 7, 1934
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Synopsis of address at sixtieth anniversary of the birth of Rabbi Wise
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Speech at Amalgamated Convention, Rochester, N.Y. May 4-21, 1934
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Statement in connection with President's approval of amendments of Cotton Garment Code, August 22, 1934
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Excerpts from address delivered to Shirtmakers of Pennsylvania at Lakewood Park, Pa. August 25, 1934
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Radio broadcast over the British Broadcasting Corporation "The Quest for Economic Security" (an address in the series "American Points of View"), c.1934
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Radio broadcast for British audience on "Labor's Aspirations," c.1934
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Address to Wisconsin State Bar Association "Employer-Employee Relationships" December 7, 1934
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Speech (by Hillman?). "The Labor Policy of the NRA and Its Relation to the AF of L," c.1934
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Synopsis of Speech "Management-Labor-Government Relationship" given at University of Cincinnati, March 8, 1935
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Untitled speech given to the Supreme Court, March 5, 1937
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"Hours and Employment" (manuscript referring to Supreme Court decision on Schechter case), March 11, 1935
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Excerpts from testimony before Senate Finance Committee. March 31, 1935
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Speech (by Hillman?) "Will Organized Labor's Demands Promote Recovery?" c.1935
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Untitled speech on the NRA, c.1935
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Address. "President Hillman Speaks (to Local 4)" printed in The Advance. April 1935
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Address at Jane Addams' 75th birthday. May 2, 1935
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Synopsis of address before Pennsylvania State Federation of Labor, May 15, 1935
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Address regarding the end of the NRA. Delivered at Madison Square Garden Meeting on May 23, 1935
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Excerpts from address delivered to Shirtmakers of Pennsylvania at Lakewood Park, PA - August 25, 1935
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Untitled speech before New York Joint Board meeting - June 3, 1935
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Mullenback Memorial Meeting (transcript) 6/21/35
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Radio broadcast. "Labor and Recovery since the end of NIRA", August 7, 1935
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Radio broadcast (transcript) at AFL Convention. c.1935
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Radio broadcast (CBS). August 16, 1935. "Is The American Workers' High Standard of Living a Myth?," August 16, 1936
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Radio broadcast (NBC). "Will the Demands of Organized Labor Promote Recovery?" June 14, 1935
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Address on Labor and the NIRA. c.1925
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Remarks at Luncheon for Mr. George Lathan; chairman British Section World Nonsectarian Anti-Nazi Council and President Nat'l. Federation of Professional Workers. September 11, 1935
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Speech at meeting of the ACWA of Chicago; Chicago, Illinois. August 19, 1925
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Radio Broadcast to people of Cincinnati. August 20, 1935
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Excerpts from a variety of Hillman speeches. 1930-1935
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Notes for speech at meeting of Local 25. November 30, 1935
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Untitled statement to Senator Holt of West Virginia. June 28, 1936
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Speech to Local 4 regarding Labor's Non-Partisan Political League. April 9, 1936
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Address on Political Policy at General Executive Board Meeting, Atlantic City. April 19, 1936
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Address at ACW Convention regarding CIO & AFL. May 1936
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Speech to Labor Rally in Chicago. August 1, 1936
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Address at meeting of Labor's Non-Partisan League. Washington, D.C., August 10, 1936
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Address at United Textile Workers Convention. September 15, 1936
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Address at ACW Convention on CIO. 1936
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Radio broadcast "Why I am for Roosevelt" August 30, 1936
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Speech. "The Last Call" regarding the Presidential Campaign of 1936
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Address at meeting of American Labor Party, Rochester, NY. October 29, 1936
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Address delivered at Mullenback Memorial meeting in Chicago. c.1936
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Address to ACWA members, c.December 1936
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List of speaking engagements. 1936
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Discussion on "Outstanding Problems of Labor and Industry" between Mr. George Sokolsky and Sidney Hillman before the Economic Club of N.Y.; printed in The Consensus (publication of the National Economic League) April 29, 1937
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Statements on "Labor Unity" at Conference of CIO, Atlantic City. October 1937
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Radio broadcast over Columbia Broadcasting Network "Labor and the Supreme Court" March 5, 1937
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Statement before Committee on Education and Labor, U.S. Senate, and the Committee on Labor, House of Representatives regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1937
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Excerpts from Chicago Speech. October 5, 1937
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Address at First State Convention of American Labor Party, October 3, 1938
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Report on Twelfth Biennial Convention of ACWA, 1938 (author unknown)
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Report of Committee on Political Action to ACW Convention, 1938. "On FDR Administration" (author unknown)
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Speech on Judge Cotillo's decision in the Busch case. 1938
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Speech nominating Robert Wagner to NYS Senate. 1938
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Radio broadcast. Discussion of ACW association - goals, events, etc., December 1, 1938
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Address discussed Nazism, Facism and the oppression of Jews in Germany. January 3, 1939
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Address. "Agriculture, Industry and Labor" Nat'l. Farm Institute Convention. Des Moines, Iowa, February 19, 1939
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Address at meeting of New York Joint Board and Local Executive Boards. April 24, 1939
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Memorandum on AFL and CIO c.1939
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Statement before Senate Committee on Education and Labor Hearings to amend the National Labor Relations Act. July 26, 1939
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Interview with Mr. John Steelman, Director of the Conciliation Service of the Department of Labor. August 25, 1939
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Speech to New England Conference. November 24, 1939
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Statement supporting President Roosevelt for re-election. January 26, 1940
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Address at ACWA Convention
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Excerpts from speech to Joint Board delegates and other active members, August 5, 1940
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Radio Interview (transcribed), September 1940
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Address about defense jobs, September 1940
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Speech on national defense program. October 22, 1940
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Suggestions for Hillman's speech before the Boston Building Trades. October 27, 1940
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Radio Broadcast by Hillman as Commissioner in charge of Labor Supply for the National Defense Advisory Commission. October 25, 1940
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Excerpts from speech at the Third Constitutional Convention of the Congress of Industrial Organizations, November 18-22, 1940
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Address at CIO Convention. November 20, 1940
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Notes for Employment Conference Speech regarding the Defense Commission, c.1940
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Radio interview (about Hillman's role in defense program, c.1940
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Statement given as Associate Director General of the Office of Production Management before the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. February 20, 1941
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Statement as Associate Director General of OPM before House Military Affairs Committee. April 8, 1941
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Untitled speech on defense production, June 13, 1941
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Statement as Associate Dir. General of OPM before Committee of the House of Representatives Investigating National Defense Migration, July 15, 1941
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News release - Labor Day message - September 1, 1941
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Speech for Labor Day radio broadcast
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Speech to Nat'l. Industrial Conference Board, NYC., September 25, 1941
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Address as Assoc. Dir. General of OPM before 35th Annual Convention of Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL. October 2, 1941
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Excerpts from speeches on National Defense. October 1941
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Address "Arms for America" before Town Hall of Los Angeles. October 10, 1941
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Address as Assoc. Dir. General, OPM before ORT, November 9, 1941
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Article "New York Clothing Market Ready for Any Eventuality" in the New York Men's Wear Market. July 9, 1943
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Testimony at Hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives on bill to provide War Displacement Benefits. February 11, 1942
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Testimony before Senate Comm. on Education of Labor, April 2, 1942, on Nat'l. Youth Administration and the Youth Defense Work Program.
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News release of untitled speech given to the Labor Division of the Russian War Relief, Inc. December 23, 1942
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Address to Massachusetts State CIO Convention. April 4, 1943
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Untitled and unspecified speech on Russian War Relief. June 27, 1943
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Address at Founders' Mtg. of N.Y. Committee of the Nat'l. War Fund. June 30, 1943
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Address before CIO Convention on "Political Action". November 1943
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Address before CIO Full Employment Conference on "Full Employment". January 1944
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Address about war effort to St. James Forum (Black Church Organization) October 15, 1944
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Address at Madison Square Garden about the World Trade Union Conference and Yalta Conference, March 12, 1945
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Untitled address on World Trade Union Conference. March 14, 1945
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Address at Annual State Dinner of ALP, NYC. March 15, 1945
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Address at meeting of the CIO leaders of New York. August 2, 1945
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Untitled and unspecified speech on the National Citizens Political Action Committee. June 20, 1945
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Speech at CIO World Unity Rally. March 12, 1945
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Address to ALP on General O'Dwyer's nomination for mayor on the ALP ticket. October 24, 1945
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Testimony on amendments to Fair Labor Standards Act before Senate Committee on Education and Labor. October 25, 1945
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Speech at ACW Convention. May 3, 1946
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Article, "Security of Employment" on speech about business depression, proposes 5 day work week, etc. December 6, 1930
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Essay , "Justice Holmes on Unions and Strikes" December 7, 1934
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Article, "A Successful Experiment in Unemployment Insurance" printed in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March 1931
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Article, "The NRA, Labor and Recovery" ibid, March 1934
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Article, "The Political Action Committees" printed in The New Republic, August 21, 1944
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Extracts from an article by Sidney Hillman, "John E. Williams' Contribution to Industrial Peace," in John E. Williams. An Appreciation with Selections from his Writings. ed. by Jacob S. Potofsky
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Speech at CIO Full Employment Conference. January 1944
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Article "A War Message" in US Labor Goes To War, a publication of the Labor Division of the WPB, January 25, 1942
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Article "One Voice for Sixty Million" printed in Collier's. September 29, 1945
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Article "Labor's Political Future in the United States" published by CIO Political Action Committee. June 13, 1945
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Memo to holders of defense contracts. April 11, 1941
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Article on CIO Political Action Committee for Reader's Digest. October 25, 1944
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Article "Labor and Employment Planning" in Survey Graphic. May 1943
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Article "A Shorter Working Day and A Minimum Wage", Harvard Business Review, July 1933
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Article "Conference Method of Handling Industrial Disputes in the Men's Clothing Industry" in publication. "Conference as an Agency of Industrial Progress" published by American Council Institute of Pacific Relations. November 1929
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Article "The Problem of Employment in the Clothing Industry" in Advance. Part I - August 5, 1927; Part II - August 19, 1927; Part III - August 26, 1927
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Article "The Open Secret of Successful Organization" in Amalgamated Centre published by Chicago Joint Board, ACWA on the occasion of the dedication of the Centre, May Day 1928
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Article "A Successful Experiment; Amalgamated Demonstrates Feasibility of Better Housing" in The American Hebrew. October 17, 1930
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Address on article "The Clothing Workers Strike" (about the Chicago Strike of 1915) c.1915
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Article "Cooperative Housing"; an article written upon the completion of the Amalgamated Cooperative Housing Project, in Advance, December 30, 1927
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Book Chapter 20 "Labor Attitudes" from American Labor Dynamics, Harcourt, Brace Publishers, 1928
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Article "Labor in the United States" from St. Louis Post - Dispatch 50th Anniversary ed., 1929
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Article on address "Functions of a Modern Labor Organization"