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   Container / Location    Title
 
I. Transcripts. [series]:
12 volumes. 1411 pages.

 
II. Company Exhibits. [series]:
 
A. Photostatic Copy - Union Demands
 
B. Photostatic Copy - Management's Response containing Counter Demands
 
C. Wooley Emergency Board Report dated May 23, 1946.
 
D. Report of Cole Emergency Board of May 6, 1949.
 
E. Devaney Emergency Report to the President dated July 10, 1940.
 
F. Stone Emergency Board Report, dated November 17, 1941.
 
G. Increases, Decreases and Adjustments in Express Wage Rates, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks and International Brotherhood of Teamsters, July 1, 1919, up to Present Date.­
 
H. Agreement with the Teamsters.
 
I. Agreement with the Clerks.
 
J. Appendage to Clerks' Agreement. K. Morse Board award.
 
L. Supplementary report of the Morse Board.
 
M. Sharfman Award.
 
N. Shaw Board Report.
 
O. Calkins Board Report.
 
P. Stacy Board Report.
 
Q. Swaim Board Report.
 
R. Edwards Board Report.
 
S. Meyer Board Report.
 
T. Lapp Board Report.
 
U. Leiserson Board Report.
 
V. Lewis Board Report.
 
W. Wage Adjustment Order No. 1
 
X. Loring Board Report.
 
Y. Messmore Board Report.
 
Z. Agreement of March 26, 1954, incorporating the recommendations of the Messmore Board Report.
 
AA. Map entitled "Routes Between Points"
 
BB. Proposals for Rule Changes
 
CC. Volume of Traffic Handled on Four Holidays in Relation to Specified Other Days.
 
DD. Estimated added cost.
 
EE. Vacation Schedule.
 
FF. Comparison of straight time hourly earnings of all REA and vehicle employees with those of employees in selected industry groups.
 
GG. Comparison of average hourly earnings of all REA and vehicle employees.
 
HH. Comparison of average weekly earnings of Railway Express employees with those in manufacturing.
 
II. Comparison of straight time hourly earnings of Railway Express employees with those in Class I railroads.
 
JJ. Comparison of average hourly earnings of Railway Express employees with those of non operating employees.
 
KK. Comparison of average hourly earnings of Railway Express employees with non-operating employees, Class I Railroads.
 
LL. Comparison of increases in basic rates of pay of Railway Express rates of pay and those of non-operating employees from 1918 to 1954.
 
MM. Comparison of changes in hourly rates of pay of Railway Express Agency drivers in New York City and those in general trucking industry for period 1921 to 1954.
 
NN. Changes in consumers price index, December 1953 to January 1955.
 
OO. Comparison of average number of shipments handled per vehicle employee man hour by IBT employees in 8 cities and all REA vehicle employees for the period 1946 through 1954.
 
PP. Comparison of productivity of REA vehicle employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters with the productivity of Class I Railroads.
 
QQ. Comparison of productivity of vehicle employees in 8 cities with railroads and with output per man-hour in selected manufacturing industries.
 
RR. Indices of production of employees with REA as contrasted with those of Class I railroads.
 
SS. Same comparison as RR in terms of production per man hour.
 
TT. Standard Express Operations Agreement.
 
UU. "Results of operations for the years 1929 to 1954, UU inclusive."
 
VV. Reproduction of page 62, Annual Report of REA, Inc. to the Interstate Commerce Commission - year ending December 31, 1954.
 
WW. Estimated cost of increases as applied to vehicle employees at 8 cities involved for year ended December 31, 1954.
 
XX. Estimated cost of increases for Railway Express Agency employees excluding those for the year ended December 31, 1954.
 
YY. "Railroad revenues and costs - express traffic."
 
ZZ. Computation of railroad costs incident to express service for Class I Railroads for year 1954.
 
AAA. Record of gross national product beginning with year 1939 and number of express shipments handled each year.
 
BBB. Graph representing volume of parcel post traffic handled between 1939 and the present.
 
CCC. Estimated intercity ton miles of Class I, II and III motor trucks volume from 1939 to 1954.
 
DDD. Graph showing growth of air freight from 1945 to 1955.
 
EEE. Graph showing volume of freight forwarder traffic received from shippers between years 1943 and 1954.
 
FFF. Graph showing volume of freight transportation hauled by line haul railways in period 1939 to 1953.
 
GGG. Graph showing fluctuation in volume of express shipments from 1939 to 1954.
 
III. Union Exhibits. [series]:
 
1. Freight contract of Local 445, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehouse and Helpers of America.
 
2. Blank copy of contract of paper products and miscellaneous Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local 27.
 
3. Copy of Agreement of Truck Drivers Local Union 807.
 
4. Agreement of Highway and Local Motor Freight Drivers, Dockmen and Helpers, Local Union 707.
 
5. Express and General Trucking Agreement between Express Drivers and Chauffeurs and General Trucking Chauffeurs of Local Union 816.
 
6. Teamster Area-wide Negotiating Committee and Local 282, Memorandum of Agreement.
 
7 Contracts in the Coal and Oil Industry, Teamsters Local Union 553, New York
 
8 Agreement, Truck Drivers Local 282 - Excavating Industry.
 
9. Agreement, Truck Drivers Local 282 - Chauffeurs in the Building Material Industry.
 
10. Agreement, Truck Drivers Local 282 - Lumber Industry,
 
11. Agreement, Truck Drivers Local 282 - Plumbing Industry.
 
12. Agreement, Local Union 816 - Meat Purveyors and Hotel Supply Industry.
 
13. Agreement, Teamsters Local Union 138 - Employers engaged in the handling, distribution, storage of plywood, the plywood industry.
 
14. Agreement, Teamsters Local Union 138 - Employers in the Furniture, Flour, Grocery Teamsters Industry in the City of New York.
 
15. Agreement, Teamsters Local Union 816 - Employers engaged in the Wine and Liquor Industry.
 
16. Agreement - Milk Industry.
 
17. Agreement, Drivers and Chauffeurs Local Union 816 - Meat Market Industry.
 
18. Contract, Armored Car Drivers. Agreement - Teamsters - Brewing Industry.
 
101. Letter dated February 4, 1955, addressed to Robert C. Hondon, Vice President in Charge of Personnel, giving demands.
 
102. "BLS Bulletins #911 for 1946, and #1012 for 1950."
 
103. "Comparison of the Advantage of Earning Power and So on..."
 
104. Cartage Agreement, Chicago local.
 
105. San Francisco contract.
 
106. "Northern California Teamsters Security Fund."
 
107. Central States Cartage Agreement.
 
108. "Local Union 100-Covered."
 
109. "Local Cartage Local Union 100 - Cincinnati."
 
110. Addenda.
 
111. Addenda, Cleveland.
 
112. "Highway Truck Drivers and Helpers Local 107"
 
113. "Trust Agreement."
 
114. 1952, Newark
 
115. 1954, Newark supplement.
 
116. Pensions.
 
117. Population figures.
 
118. "Schedule of basic hourly wage rates for chauffeurs in selected St. Louis industry areas since 1942."
 
119. Central States Insurance Program - Health and Welfare. Teamsters Health and Welfare Plans.
 
IV. Board Exhibits. [series]:
 
I. Current Local Agreement - Changes Proposed by Organization - Current National Agreement.
 
II. Agreement, New York Metropolitan District.
 
III. Agreement, National Union Shop, dated March 31, 1952.