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   Container / Location    Title
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Unpublished study-Women in Unions in a Midwest War Industry Area, 1943-1945
  1  
Proposed Plan for Union Survey.
November 8, 1943. 24 frames.

  1  
Women's Participation in Union Affairs
  1  
Union Policies and Programs regarding Women's Pay
  1  
Seniority Policies and Practices of Local Unions
  1  
Cost Attached to Union Membership
  1  
Working Conditions.
  1  
Women in Unions in a Mid-West War Industry Area.
July 10, 1945. 6 frames.

  1  
Brief summary of Activities in Connection with Union Women Carried On by Miss Wolfe and Mrs. Slater.
August 7, 1944. 5 frames.

  1  
Trade Union Survey (War Plant Unions--Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana), Book 1, part I.
n.d. 73 frames.

  1  
List of Unions in Survey
  1  
Equal Pay
  1  
Employment of Women and Seniority
  1  
Trade Union Survey (War Plant Unions--Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana), Book 1, Part II.
n.d. 66 frames.

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Women's Interest and Participation in Union Activities
  1  
Working Condition
  1  
Community Service
  1  
Miscellaneous (Includes Absenteeism, Racial Discrimination, New jobs for Women, and Labor Management Committee)
  1  
Educational Work with Unions by Women's Bureau
  1  
International Union Policies
  1  
Contract Provisions
  1  
List of Unions by Schedule Number.
  1  
Correspondence--1943: Conference with Miss Christman on Union Survey.
November 11, 1943. 3 frames

  1  
Trade Union Survey (Suggestions for Filling Out Schedule).
November 20, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Preliminary Work on Union Survey.
November 13, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Trade Union Survey (Contract Data to be Supplied Field Agents by Women's Bureau Officers).
November 19, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Digest of Contract.
December 2, 1943. 3 frames.

  1  
Preliminary Work on Union Survey.
November 13, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Information Desired from Unions with War Labor Board Cases.
November 10, 1943. 4 frames.

  1  
Newspaper Clipping ("Women Making Good as Welders, Asserts Labor Bureau Report").
November 2, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Letter from Agnes O'Connor to Miss Anderson regarding Industrial Condenser Corporation Case before War Labor Board.
November 2, 1943. 3 frames.

  1  
National War Labor Booard Case in the Matter of the Cudahy Packing Company and Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, AFL.
October 20, 1943. 2 frames.

  1  
Letter from Agnes O'Connor to Miss Anderson regarding L.S. August and Company Department Store Case before War Labor Board.
October 30, 1943. 1 frames.

  1  
Sixth Regional War Labor Board Case in the Matter of Sangamo Electric Company
October 20, 1943. 2 frames.

  1  
War Labor Board Case in the Matter of Feltex Corporation and the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America. CIO,
n.d. 4 frames.

  1  
Westinghouse Agreement with United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, CIO.
n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
General Electric Agreement with the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, CIO.
n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
Letter from the International Union, UAW Welcoming Local Union No. 6 (Buck Aviation Division).
October 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Agreement between Wheelco Company, Chicago and Local 1150, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, CIO.
July 30, 1943. 4 frames.

  1  
Proposed Plan for Union Survey.
November 8, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Sixth Regional War Labor Board Case in the Matter of the Grigoleit Company.
August 17, 1943. 2 frames.

  1  
National War Labor Board Report on Recommendation Wage an dSalary Adjustment Application.
August 14, 1943. 4 frames.

  1  
Handwritten Notes regarding Allies Chalmers Manufacturing Company Case before the War Labor Board.
n.d. 6 frames.

  1  
Sixth Regional War Labor Board Case in the Matter of Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company and the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers, CIO.
August 3, 1943. 4 frames.

  1  
Letter from Agnes O'Connor to Miss Anderson regarding Speech before a Machinists Local 1696.
November 4, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Report of Machinists Locals in Chicago by Agnes O'Connor.
November 3, 1943. 6 frames.

  1  
Letter from Agnes O'Connor regarding Contract and Wage Classification Schedules for the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, CIO, Local 758.
October 19, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Letter from Agnes O'Connor regarding Contract of Machinists Local 1696.
October 19, 1943. 2 frames.

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Newspaper Clippings ("UAW Faces Fight on Floor" and "Norge Job Upturn After War Seen").
n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
Correspondence--1944: Note to Miss Spring from Miss Frieda Miller regarding schedule approval from Central Statistical Bureau.
August 12, 1944. 1 frame.

  1  
Office Memorandum from Miss Frieda Miller to Miss Spring regarding Trade Union Survey.
December 12, 1944. 2 frames.

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Memorandum regarding Women's Bureau Trade Union Cooperation Plan.
September 8, 1944. 5 frames.

  1  
Agenda for Conference on Union Studies.
August 10, 1944. 3 frames.

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Brief Summary of Trade Union Survey.
n.d. 6 frames.

  1  
Brief Summary of Activities in Connection with Union Women Carried on by Miss Wolfe and Mrs. Sator.
August 7, 1944. 2 frames.

  1  
Memorandum from Miss Frieda Miller to Miss Spring regarding Trade Union Study.
August 9, 1944. 1 frames.

  1  
Memorandum from Miss Frieda Miller to Miss Bertha Nienburg regarding Re-Approval of the Women in Trade Unions Study by the Budget Bureau.
July 25, 1944. 2 frames.

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Memorandum from Berta Nienburg to Miss Frieda Miller regarding Status of Trade Union Study.
July 22, 1944. 1 frame.

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Coverage of Local Union Survey.
February 17, 1944. 2 frames.

  1  
Memorandum from Miss I. A. Spring to Miss Frieda Miller regarding Women's Trade Union Study.
July 28, 1944. 2 frames.

  1  
Memorandum from Miss Mary Anderson to Miss Florence Paterson regarding an Estimate of Women Membership in Labor Unions.
March 21, 1944. 1 frame.

  1  
Letter from Miss Mary Anderson to Miss
May Bagwell and Mrs. Agnes O'Connor regarding Clearing of Women's Bureau Union Schedule with the Central Statistical Board. March 17, 1944. 2 frames.

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Brief Summary of Trade Union Survey.
n.d. 6 frames.

  1  
Comments on Equal Pay for Women.
n.d. 3 frames.

  1  
Extracts from Contracts and Schedules on Seniority Rights.
n.d. 4 frames.

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Memorandum from Alice Angus to Miss Frieda Miller regarding Background and History of the Trade Union Survey.
July 26, 1944. 1 frame.

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A Brief Resume of Some Recent Work of the Women's Bureau in Cooperation with Trade Unions to Promote the Welfare of the Working Women.
June 10, 1944. 4 frames.

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Outline of Topics of Special Importance to Women Found in Union Contracts.
February 19, 1944. 2 frames.

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Newspaper Clipping ("Special Privilege in Jobs Opposed").
December 9, 1944. 1 frame.

  1  
Resolution Against the Equal Rights Amendment and for Protection of Women Workers at CIO Convention in Chicago.
November 1944. 1 frame.

  1  
War Labor Board
Decisions on Women's Pay. January 1944. 7 frames.

  1  
Women's Bureau Suggested Standards regarding Discrimination Based on Sex or Marital Status.
February 21, 1944. 3 frames.

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Some Points to Consider in Drafting Standards for Contracts.
February 19, 1944. 3 frames.

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Handwritten Notes for Discussion of Equal Pay Clauses in Union Contracts.
February 22, 1944. 1 frame.

  1  
Letter from Mary Anderson to Mrs. Agnes O'Connor regarding Request for Brief Digests of Contracts from Bureau of Labor Statistics Files.
February 7, 1944. 4 frames.

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Postcard Containting Description and Application for Altgeld Gardens, A Modern Community for War Workers Operated by the Chicago Housing Authoricy.
n.d. 4 frames.

  1  
Correspondence--1945: Women's Bureau Pamphlet on Union Practices and Programs.
8 frames.

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Pamphlet Entitled "Union Provisions for Maternity Leave for Women Members."
4 frames.

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Women's Bureau Preliminary Survey of Women in Labor Unions in the Midwest War Industry Area.
n.d. 4 frames.

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Women's Bureau Survey of Women in Unions.
April 3, 1945. 6 frames.

  1  
Comparisons of Average Hourly Earnings of Women and Men.
January 1945. 3 frames.

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Forms and Instructions: Handwritten Note ("Miss A's Letter to National Unions and Replies").
n.d. 1 frame.

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Handwritten List of Unions, Their Addresses, and the Names of Their Presidents.
n.d. 1 frames.

  1  
Letter to International Unions on Equal Pay.
November 17, 1945. 1 frame.

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Letter from Grant W. Oakes. President of the United Farm Equipment & Metal Workers of America, CIO to Mary Anderson on the Subject of Equal Pay for Women.
November 19, 1943. 3 frames.

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Letter from H.W. Brown, President of the International Assocation of Machinists, to Mary Anderson regarding the Union's Policy on Equal Pay for Women.
November 22, 1943. 1 frame.

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Letter from Ed J. Brown, President of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, to Mary Anderson regarding the Union's Policy on Equal Pay for Women.
November 20, 1943. 1 frame.

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Letter from R.J. Thomas, President of the International Union, UAW-CIO, to Mary Anderson regarding the Union's Policy on Equal Pay for Women.
November 24, 1943. 1 frame.

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Tentative Instructions for Union Survey.
February 23, 1944. 44 frames

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Questions as to Women Leaders in Unions.
December 15, 1946. 2 frames.

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List of Agreements: List of Union Agreements.
November 13, 1943. 4 frames.

  1  
List of Contracts: Current Contracts of the United Electrical Workers, CIO.
n.d. 1 frame.

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Current Contracts of the UAW-CIO.
n.d. 3 frames.

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Current Contracts of the United Electrical Workers, AFL.
n.d. 2 frames.

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Current Contracts of the International Association of Machinists, AF of L.
n.d. 5 frames.

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Current Contracts Bureau of Labor Statistics Analyzed by Mrs. Agnes O'Connor.
n.d. 1 frame.

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List of Plants Scheduled by Women's Bureau.
n.d. 1 frame.

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Current Contracts of the United Electrical Workers, CIO.
n.d. 1 frame.

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Current Contracts of the UAW-CIO.
n.d. 3 frames.

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Current Contracts of the United Electrical Workers, AF of L.
n.d. 2 frames.

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Current Contracts of the International Association of Machinists, AF of L.
n.d. 6 frames.

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List of Tables: List of Plants Scheduled by Women's Bureau.
n.d. 2 frames.

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Women's Bureau Firm Schedule Form.
n.d. 3 frames.

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Equal Pay--Union Survey: Handwritten Notes and Charts Containing Information on Unions and Their Policies Toward Women (Topics Include Sex Discrimination, Equal Pay, Seniority, and Contract Provisions regarding Rest and Lunch Periods and Health and Sa@@F
n.d. 33 frames.

  1  
Trade Union Survey--Number of Unions Covered by State, Area and Town.
n.d. 5 frames.

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Handwritten Charts Dealing with Number of Years Women have been Union Members, Union @@Fees and Dues, Equal Pay for Women, WOmen on Production in Normal Times, Seniority of Women, Union Programs for Increasing Women's Participation in Union Activities, T
n.d. 53 frames.

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List of Unions: Directory of Labor Unions.
February 1944. 14 frames.

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Unions Covered to Date in Women's Bureau Survey.
August 15, 1944. 1 frame.

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Unions Covered to Date in Women's Bureau Survey.
September 23, 1944. 1 frame.

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Trade Union Survey, CIO (List of Unions, Plants, and Products.)
n.d. 5 frames.

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Trade Union Survey, AFL (List of Unions, Plants, and Products.)
n.d. 4 frames.

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Trade Union Survey, CIO (List of Unions, Plants, and Products.)
n.d. 6 frames.

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Trade Union Survey, AFL (List of Unions, Plants, and Products.)
n.d. 3 frames.

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Trade Union Survey, CIO (List of Unions, Plants, and Products.)
n.d. 5 frames.

  1  
Trade Union Survey, AFL (List of Unions, Plants, and Products.)
n.d. 3 frames.

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Charts Showing Number of Local Unions and Plants for both AF of L and CIO.
n.d. 2 frames.

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Chart
Giving Information regarding Name and Address of Plant; Name, Affiliation, and Number of Union Local; Date of Interviews; and the Names of Union Officers and Women Members Interviewed. n.d. 7 frames.

  1  
Trade Union Survey--Number of Unions Covered by State, Area, and Town.
n.d. 1 frame.

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Unions Covered to Date in Women's Bureau Study.
September 23, 1944. 1 frame.

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Trade Union Survey, CIO.
Charts Containing Schedule Numbers; Date of Survey; Union Name, Number, and Location; War Labor Board Case; and Products Manufactured. n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
Trade Union Survey, AF of L (Charts Containing Schedule Numbers
Charts Containing Schedule Numbers; Date of Survey; Union Name, Number, and Location; War Labor Board Case; and Products Manufactured. n.d. 1 frame.

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Trade Union Survey--List of Unions to Be Contacted.
November 10, 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Materials: Table of Contents.
n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
General Comments (Including Attitude of Company toward Women Workers and Union Attitude toward Women, Union Costs, Union Educational Programs, Union Office Holding, Male and @@Female Classification of Jobs, Maternity Leave, Child Care, Shifts Determined
n.d. 5 frames.

  1  
Summary of War Labor Board Cases.
n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
Summaries of Trade Union Survey.
n.d. 1 frame.

  1  
Questions regarding Equal Pay.
n.d. 3 frames.

  1  
Bureau of Labor Statistics Survey--Handwritten Chart relating to Female Sewing Machine Operators.
July 1943. 1 frame.

  1  
Women's Bureau Pamphlet Entitled "Work for Women after the War."
n.d. 4 frames.

  1  
Job Evaluations--A.O. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, WI (Agreed to by Smith Steel Workers Union 19806 and Approved by War Labor Board).
n.d. 14 frames.

  1  
Women's Bureau Pamphlet on Union Practices and Programs Entitled "Rate for the Job."
5 frames.

  1  
Women's Bureau Suggested Standards for Union Contract Provisions Affecting Women.
n.d. 4 frames.

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Handwritten Notes regarding Union Membership and List of Cities.
n.d. 5 frames.

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Women's Bureau Pamphlet Entitled "Work for Women after the War."
n.d. 4 frames.

  1  
Women's Bureau Pamphlet Entitled "Equal Pay--A Progress Report."
May 1944. 4 frames.

  1  
Trade Union Study--Outline.
n.d. 2 frames.

  1  
Women's Bureau Suggested Standards for Union Contract Provisions Affecting Women (two copies).
March 1944. 8 frames.

  1  
Handwritten Notes regarding Dispute between the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 1102 and the Emerson Electric and manufacturing Company.
August 1941. 4 frames.

  1  
US Department of Labor Pamphlet and the Status of Women in Unions in War Plants--Seniority.
3 frames.

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Women's Bureau Pamhplet Entitled "Rate for the Job."
3 frames.

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Women's Bureau Recommendations on Union Provisions for Maternity Leave for Women's Members.
2 frames.

  2  
Unpublished study-Women in Unions in a Midwest War Industry Area, 1943-1945 (continued)
  2  
Agreements: Agreement between the United States Rubber Company, Indianapolis Plant and the United Rubber Workers of America, Local Union Number 110.
May 1, 1943. 19 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Continental Roll and Steel Foundry Company, East Chicago Division and Federal Labor Union Number 22636 of the AF of L.
November 10, 1942. 11 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation and the United Steelworkers of America, CIO.
September 1, 1942. 30 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Allis-Chalmers ManufacturingCompany and the Allis-Chalmers Workers' Union, Local 248 of the UAW-CIO.
37 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Anaconda Wire & Cable Company and Federal Labor Union Number 18704 of the AF of L.
July 1, 1943. 6 frames.

  2  
Working Agreement with the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 212, Detroit, MI and Local No. 265, Evansville, IN.
November 13, 1942. 22 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the International Union, UAW-CIO and the Chrysler Corporation.
September 10, 1943. 21 frames.

  2  
Agreement between West Pullman Works, International Harvester Company and West Pullman Local No. 107, UFE&MWA [United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America]--CIO.
May 12, 1942. 26 frames.

  2  
Smith Steel Workers Union Local No. 19806 Contract.
12 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Briggs & Stratten Corporation and Local Union No. 232 of the International Union, United Automobile Workers, AF of L.
September 17, 1942. 18 frames.

  2  
Contract and Agreement between Local 736, UAW-CIO and Automatic Products Company, Milwaukee, WI.
August 14, 1942. 8 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the General Electric X-Ray Corporation and the International Association of Machinists, Local 1696.
September 20, 1943. 10 frames.

  2  
Rules, Union Contract and Group Insurance Plan for the Chicago Telephone Supply Company and the UAW-CIO, Local No. 941.
November 24, 1942. 18 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 and Foundry Unit, Indianapolis Works, International Harvester Company.
June 23, 1942. 20 frames.

  2  
Contract between the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 and the Prest-O-Lite Battery Company, Indianapolis, IN.
April 19, 1944. 17 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the McQuay-Norris Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis Division Plant and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 226.
December 31, 1943. 12 frames.

  2  
Agreement between P.R. Mallory & Company, Inc. and the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, Local 1001.
May 22, 1942. 14 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Republic Aviation Corporation, Indiana Division and Local Union No. 492, UAW-CIO.
January 21, 1944. 28 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Marmon-Herrington Company, Inc. and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 226.
June 22, 1943. 18 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Bendix Products Division, Bendix Aviation Corporation of South Bend, IN and Local Union No. 9, UAW-CIO.
Febrnuary 1, 1942. 21 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. of South Bend, IN and Bendix Local No. 9, UAW-CIO.
April 29, 1941. 14 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Excel Curtain Company, Inc. and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 764.
January 1, 1942. 10 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Sunbeam Electric Manufacturing Company and Local No. 813 of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, CIO.
December 22, 1942. 11 frames.

  2  
Agreement between C.G. Conn, Ltd. and the United Musical Instrument Workers, Local Union No. 1050.
November 5, 1942. 10 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, IN and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 5.
May 21, 1937. 21 frames.

  2  
Contract Covering the Agreement between the East Moline Works, International Harvester Company and Local No. 104, UFE[&M]WA, CIO.
May 11, 1942. 22 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Feltex Corporation (Fiber Container Division), Rock Island, Illinois and the Farm Equipment Workers' Organizing Committee, CIO.
July 8, 1942. 9 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Company (Shipbuilding Division) and the Metal Trades Department of the AF of L, The Evansville Metal Trades Council, and Their Affiliates for Evansville Shipyard.
June 8, 1942. 23 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Pierce Governor Company and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 940.
June 19, 1943. 18 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Bridgeport Brass Ordnance Plant and the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers, CIO, Local No. 607.
April 15, 1944. 12 frames.

  2  
Contract Between Local 81, UAW-CIO and the Union Malleable Iron Company of Deere & Company.
March 22, 1943. 23 frames.

  2  
Contract between Local 865, UAW-CIO and the John Deere Harvester Works of East Moline, Illinois.
Febrnuary 18, 1943. 25 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the J.I. Case Company, Rock Island Works and Local 806, UAW-CIO.
April 29, 1943. 16 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the East Moline Works of the International Harvester Company and the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local Union No. 156.
November 17, 1943. 22 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Eagle Signal Company of Moline, Illinois and Local 814 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America.
June 29, 1943. 20 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Caterpillar Tractor Company of Peoria, Illinois and the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local 105.
September 22, 1942. 7 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Dole Valve Company and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local Union No. 278.
15 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Local Union No. 112 of the UFE & MWA and the Oliver South Bend Plant No. 1.
n.d. 7 frames.

  2  
Contract Changes in Agreement between C.G. Conn, Ltd. of Elkhart, IN and U.A. Local 534, CIO.
July 12, 1943. 5 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the United States Rubber Company, Ball-Band Plant, Mishawaka, IN and Local No. 65 of the United Rubber Workers of America.
August 5, 1942. 9 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Electro-Voice Manufacturing Company of South Bend, IN and Local 927 of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.
Febrnuary 14, 1944. 7 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the American Leather Products Corporation and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local 226.
June 1943. 5 frames.

  3  
Automatic Products Company of Milwaukee, WI.
July 6, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Globe Union, Inc. of Milwaukee, WI.
July 22, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Harley-Davidson of Milwaukee, WI.
July 22, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
Briggs and Stratton Corporation of Milwaukee, WI.
July 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Rockola Manufacturing Corporation of Chicago, IL.
August 28, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
General Electric X-Ray Corporation of Chicago, IL.
August 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
S. Buchsbaum and Company of Chicago, IL.
August 27, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Howard Foundry Company of Chicago, IL.
August 30, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Universal Castings Corporation of Chicago, IL.
n.d. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 1 frame.

  3  
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company of Chicago, IL.
September 8, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
Revere Copper and Brass, Inc., Ordnance Division, of Chicago, IL.
September 15, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Continental Roll and Steel Foundry Company of East Chicago, IL.
September 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Lion Manufacturing Company of Chicago, IL.
n.d. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 1 frame.

  3  
Automatic Electric Company-Lion Manufacturing Company of Chicago, IL.
September 15, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
American Phenolic Corporation of Cicero, IL.
September 15, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Allen-Bradley Company of Milwaukee, WI.
July 1, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Wrought Washer Manufacturing Company of Milwaukee, WI.
July 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
George J. Meyer Manufacturing Company of Milwaukee, WI.
July 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation of Chicago, IL.
October 6, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case.

  3  
International Harvester Company of East Moline, IL.
December 9, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
John Deere Plow Company of Moline, IL.
December 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 1 frame.

  3  
Feltex Corporation of Rock Island, IL.
December 8, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Union Malleable Iron Works of the Deere Company of East Moline, IL.
December 11, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
International Harvester Company of East Moline, IL.
December 9, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Minneapolis-Moline Power Implement Company of Moline, IL.
December 14, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
John Deere Harvester Works of East Moline, IL.
December 10, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Eagle Signal Corporation of Moline, IL.
December 14, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
J.I. Case, Rock Island Works of Rock Island, IL.
December 13, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Oakes Products Division of the Houdaille Hersey Corporation of North Chicago, IL.
December 21, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Peoria Cordage Company of Peoria IL.
January 4, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Peoria Malleable Company of Peoria, IL.
January 5, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Caterpillar Tractor Company of Peoria, IL.
January 4, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Altofer Brothers of East Peoria, IL.
January 5, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Dole Valve Company of Chicago, IL.
December 31, 1943.Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Wire Cloth Products, Inc. of Forest Park, IL.
December 27, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Ingersoll Steel and Disc Division of the Borg Warner Corporation of Chicago, IL.
January 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 1 frame.

  3  
Industrial Camp Corporation of Chicago, IL.
February 3, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Oliver Farm Equipment Company of South Bend, IN.
February 14, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Excel Curtain Company of Elkhart, IN.
March 11, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
C.G. Conn, Ltd. of Elkhart, IN.
March 11, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Ball Band Plant of the US Rubber Company of Mishawaka, IN.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Women's Bureau Trade Union Survey of Local No. 226, UAW-CIO of Indianapolis, IN.
March 18, 1944. 12 frames.

  3  
American Leather Products Corporation of Indianapolis, IN.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Marmon-Herrington, Inc. of Indianapolis, IN.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
International Harvester Company, Foundry Unit, of Indianapolis, IN.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
McQuay Norris Manufacturing Company of Indianapolis, IN.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Prest-O-Lite Storage Battery Corporation of Indianapolis, IN.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc. of Seymour, IN.
February 6, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Briggs Indiana Corporation of Evansville, IN.
April 17, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Republic Aviation Corporation of Evansville, IN.
April 19, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Pierce Governor Company of Anderson, IN.
May 17, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Fulton Company of Milwaukee, WI.
June 29, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Master Lock Company of Milwaukee, WI.
June 19, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Mueller Furnace and Boiler Manufacturers of Milwaukee, WI.
June 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Interviews: Women's Bureau Interview with Mr. Harry E. O'Reilly of the Chicago Federation of Labor
August 18, 1944. Regarding Employment of Women and Negroes and Equal Pay. 1 frame.

  3  
Handwritten Note: "See Source Books Part I and II." [Reel 1, frames 0035, 0108]
n.d. 1 frame.

  3  
International Moulders and Foundry Workers Union, AF of L, Local 233.
November 1, 1943. 5 frames.

  3  
Handwritten Note: "Contract Given to Mrs. Morrison."
n.d. 1 frame.

  3  
Agreement between the Chicago Foundrymen Association and the Chicago Conference Board of the International Moulders and Foundry Workers Union, AF of L.
May 1, 1942. 4 frames.

  3  
Handwritten Memorandum from Agnes O'Connor regarding Women's Wages in the Chicago Conference Board of the International Moulders and Foundry Workers Union, AF of L.
November 4. 1943. 2 frames.

  3  
Handwritten Notes regarding Women's Union Wages and Benefits.
November 1, 1943. 4 frames.

  3  
War Labor Board Cases.
4 frames.

  3  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local B-713, AF of L
September 17, 1943. 6 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Chevrolet Commercial Body Division of General Motors Corporation of Indianapolis, IN and Local 226, UAW-CIO.
December 20, 1943. 1 frame.

  2  
Agreement between Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc. and Local No. 97, UAW-CIO.
March 27, 1944. 17 frames.

  2  
Evansville, Indiana Plant. Special Meeting Minutes of Labor Relations Supervisor with the Plant Shop Committee.
October 14, 1943. 2 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Farm Tools, Inc., Vulcan Plow Division of Evansville, IN and Local No. 650 of the International Automobile Workers of America, AFL.
May 19, 1942. 4 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Paramount Lodge Number 1449 of District Number 90 of the International Association of Machinists and Mouldings, Inc.
July 1, 1943. 9 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Local 662, UAW-CIO and Delco-Remy Corporation.
March 16, 1941. 17 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Ken-Rad Tube and Lamp Company of Owensboro, KY and the United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local Union No. 783.
May 16, 1944. 11 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Cutler-Hammer, Inc. and the International Association of Machinists, Lodge No. 1061.
July 1, 1943. 10 frames.

  2  
Notice to Foremen from Philip Ryan, Works Manager, on the Subject of Transfers.
September 23, 1943. 1 frame.

  2  
Letter from Philip Ryan, Works Manager, regarding the Approximate Number of Women Employed in Each Department.
June 19, 1941. 1 frame.

  2  
Letter from Philip Ryan, Works Manager, Containing a List, by Departments, of the Number of Male and Female Employees on the Payroll.
July 14, 1941. 1 frame.

  2  
Notice regarding Vacations.
October 20, 1943. 2 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Clum Manufacturing Company and the International Association of Machinists, District No. 10.
5 frames.

  2  
Agreement between Perfex Corporation and the International Association of Machinists, District No. 10.
August 6, 1943. 6 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Rock-Ola Manufacturing Company of Chicago, IL and Lodge 1628 of the International Association of Machinists.
August 30, 1943. 10 frames.

  2  
Articles of Agreement between the Dallas Division and the Ordnance Division of Revere Copper and Brass, Inc. and Local No. 477, United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L.
August 18, 1944. 26 frames.

  2  
Agreement between the Fulton Company of Wesy Allis, WI and the International Union, UAW-CIO, Local No. 335 (two copies).
September 10, 1943. 23 frames.

  2  
Labor Contract between the L.J. Mueller Furnace Company and Local 409, International Union, UAW-CIO.
November 1943. 19 frames.

  2  
Labor Contract between the George J. Meyer Manufacturing Company and Local Union No. 1258, United Steelworkers of America.
August 1, 1942. 10 frames.

  2  
Labor Contract between the George J. Meyer Manufacturing Company and Local Union No. 1258, United Steelworkers of America.
December 1, 1943. 16 frames.

  3  
Unpublished study-Women in Unions in a Midwest War Industry Area, 1943-1945 (continued)
  3  
Contracts: Contract Reference Material Chart for the Singer Manufacturing Company of South Bend, IN.
February 12, 1944. Includes Data on the Union Involved, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and Information on War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Contract Recommendation Memorandum regarding the Torrington Company, Bantam Bearings Division, of South Bend, IN.
February 17, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Bendix Aviation Corporation, Bendix Products, of South Pend, Indiana.
February 10, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. of South Bend, Indiana.
February 20, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Chicago Telephone Supply Company of Elkhart, Indiana.
March 7, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Electro-Voice manufacturing Company of South Bend, Indiana.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Chevrolet Commercial Body Company (General Motors) of Indianpolis, Indiana.
March 18, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Information Concerning All Plants Affiliated with Local 226, UAW-CIO.
n.d. Includes Data on Women's Local Union Activities, Union Programs for Increasing Women's Participation in Union Activities, and Attitudes of Local Union Officials toward Continued Employment of Women and Equal Pay. 1 frame.

  3  
Union Programs for Increasing Women's Participation in Union Activities.
n.d. 1 frame.

  3  
Attitude of Local Union Officials toward Special Problems of Women.
n.d. 1 frame.

  3  
P.R. Mallory and Company, Inc. of Indianapolis, Indiana.
April 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
American Bearings Corporation of Indianapolis, Indiana.
April 6, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Sunbeam Electric Manufacturing Company of Evansville, Indiana.
November 14, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Chrysler Corporation of Evansville, IN.
April 20, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
US Rubber Company of Indianapolis, Indiana.
May 8, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Delco-Remy Division of the General Motors Corporation of Anderson, Indiana.
May 20, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
Guide Lamp Division of the General Motors Corporation of Anderson, Indiana.
May 27, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
Bridgeport Brass Ordnance Plant of Indianapolis, Indiana.
June 3, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
West Pullman Works of the International Harvester Company of Chicago, Illinois.
June 3, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
American Machine and Metals, Inc. of East Moline, Illinois.
December 8, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Farm Tools, Inc., Vulcan Plow Division of Evansville, IN.
April 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Curtiss-Wright Corporation, Propeller Division, of Indianapolis, IN.
May 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Mouldings, Inc. of Indianapolis, Indiana.
May 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Anaconda Wire and Cable Company of Anderson, Indiana.
May 27, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Ken-Rad Tube and Lamp Company of Owensboro, KY.
June 7, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Cutler Hammer, Inc. of Milwaukee, WI.
June 17, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 66 frames.

  3  
Clum Manufacturing Company of Milwaukee, WI.
June 28, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Perfex Corporation of Milwaukee, WI.
July 1, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case.4 frames.

  3  
Square D Company of Milwaukee, WI.
July 1, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
A.O. Smith Corporation of Milwaukee, WI.
August 5, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 5 frames.

  3  
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company of West Allis, WI.
June 16, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 4 frames.

  3  
Seaman Body Plant (Nash Kelvinator) of Milwaukee, WI.
June 11, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Hart-Carter Company of Peoria, IL.
January 7, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Studebaker Corporation, Aviation and Automobile Plants, of South Bend, Indiana
February 8, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Vascoloy-Ramet Corporation of North Chicago, Illinois.
December 22, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Tantalum Corporation of North Chicago, Illinois.
November 29, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Cannedy-Otto Manufacturing Company of Chicago Heights, Illinois.
December 9, 1943. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Elkhart Brass manufacturing Company of Elkhart, Indiana
March 11, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 2 frames.

  3  
Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Company of Evansville, Indiana.
April 21, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Bucyrus-Erie Company of Evansville, Indiana
April 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
R.C.A. of Indianapolis, Indiana.
May 13, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
Jambor Tool and Stamping Company of Milwaukee, WI.
June 28, 1944. Chart Includes Data on the Union, Contract Negotiation Points, Plant Practices, and the War Labor Board Case. 3 frames.

  3  
United Automobile Workers, AF of L.
September 28, 1943. 8 frames.

  3  
Union Contract between Mojonnier Brothers Company and Local No. 778 of the International Union, United Automobile Workers, AF of L.
July 8, 1942. 7 frames.

  3  
Information Regarding Contract of Local Union 977, CIO of Decatur, IL.
n.d. 2 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio,and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 1105.
October 4, 1943. 6 frames.

  3  
Farm Equipment Workers, CIO, Local No. 107.
October 12, 1943. 7 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 108.
October 13, 1943. 7 frames.

  3  
Electrical Workers, Radio and Sound Division, AF of L, Local B-1031.
October 4, 1943. 7 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 1150.
October 15, 1943. 7 frames.

  3  
International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers, Local No. 758.
October 5, 1943. 5 frames.

  3  
Machinists Local 1129, Acme Lodge.
September 19, 1943. 6 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 1151.
October 4, 1943. 6 frames.

 
Series Survey Schedules, [series]:
  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 104.
December 9, 1943. 9 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 150.
n.d. 8 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 133.
December 9, 1943. 10 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 81.
December 11, 1943. 9 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 156.
December 9, 1943. 8 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 814.
December 14, 1943. 12 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 814.
December 10, 1943. 9 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 814.
December 14, 1943. 9 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 806.
December 13, 1943. 10 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 992.
December 21, 1943. 15 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 154.
January 7, 1944. 11 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 128.
January 4, 1944. 14 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 140.
January 5, 1944. 9 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 105.
January 4, 1944. 13 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 144.
January 5, 1944. 9 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 278.
December 30, 1943. 11 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 834.
December 27, 1943. 8 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 139.
January 27, 1944. 23 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 125.
February 3, 1944. 17 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 5.
February 8, 1944. 19 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 917.
February 12, 1944. 22 frames.

  3  
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 112.
February 14, 1944. 12 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 590.
February 17, 1944. 17 frames.

  3  
Employees' Information and General Factory Rules. Bantam Bearings Corporation of South Bend, IN.
October 1942. 23 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 9.
February 10, 1944. 39 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 764.
March 11, 1944. 10 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 534.
March 11, 1944. 21 frames.

  3  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 941.
March 7, 1944. 18 frames.

  3  
United Rubber Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 65.
March 18, 1944. 20 frames.

  3  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 927.
March 18, 1944. 16 frames.

  4  
Unpublished study-Women in Unions in a Midwest War Industry Area, 1943-1945 (continued)
  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 (American Leather Products Corporation).
n.d. 10 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 (Marmon-Herrington, Inc.)
n.d. 10 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 (Foundry Unit, Indianapolis Works, International Harvester Company).
n.d. 10 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 (McQuay-Norris Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis Division).
n.d. 10 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 226 (Prest-O-Lite Battery Company).
n.d. 13 frames.

  4  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 1001.
April 1944. 13 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 97.
April 6, 1944. 15 frames.

  4  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 904.
April 6, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 813.
November 14, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 265.
April 17, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 492.
April 19, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 705.
April 20, 1944. 13 frames.

  4  
United Rubber Workers of America, Local No. 110.
May 5, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 940.
May 17, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 662.
May 20, 1944. 33 frames.

  4  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 663.
May 27, 1944. 20 frames.

  4  
United Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 107.
June 3, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 548.
December 8, 1943. 17 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1114.
December 22, 1943. 11 frames.

  4  
Lake County Metal Trades Council of Waukegan, Illinois, AF of L.
November 29, 1943. 13 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 377.
December 29, 1943. 13 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1118.
March 11, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
Evansville, Indiana Metal Trades Council, AF of L.
April 21, 1944. 13 frames.

  4  
Constitution of the Evansville, Indiana Metal Trades Council.
11 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1231.
April 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
International Automobile Workers of America, AF of L. Local No. 650.
April 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 969.
May 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1449.
May 1944. 19 frames.

  4  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L, Local No. B-1048.
May 13, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
Federal Labor Union, AF of L, Local No. 18704.
May 27, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local No. 783.
June 7, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1061.
June 17, 1944. 34 frames.

  4  
By-Laws of the Cream City Lodge No. 1061, International Association of Machinists, AF of L.
n.d. 10 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 66 (two copies).
June 28, 1944. 29 frames.

  4  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L, Local No. B-1169.
July 1, 1944. 16 frames.

  4  
Constitution of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L.
n.d. 29 frames.

  4  
Constitution of Local Union B-1169 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L.
n.d. 7 frames.

  4  
Booklet Entitled "The Controller" by the Square D Company of Milwaukee, WI.
May 1944. 19 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 66.
July 1, 1944. 16 frames.

  4  
United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local No. 736.
July 6, 1944. 13 frames.

  4  
United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local No. 322.
July 22, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
International Union, United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local No. 209.
July 22, 1944. 17 frames.

  4  
United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local No. 232.
July 29, 1944. 12 frames.

  4  
Smith Steel Workers Union, AF of L. Local No. 19806.
August 5, 1944. 17 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1628.
August 28, 1944. 15 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1696.
August 29, 1944. 15 frames.

  4  
International Ladies Handbag, Luggage, and Novelty Workers Union, AF of L, Local No. 44.
August 27, 1944. 13 frames.

  4  
International Moulders and Foundry Workers Union, AF of L, Local No. 233.
August 30, 1944. 20 frames.

  4  
International Association of Machinists, AF of L, Local No. 1796.
September 8, 1944. 20fs.

  4  
United Automobile Workers of America, AF of L, Local No. 477.
September 25, 1944. 14 frames.

  4  
Federal Labor Union, AF of L, Local No. 22636.
September 29, 1944. 15 frames.

  4  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L, Local No. 713.
September 15, 1944. 15 frames.

  4  
By-Laws and Working Rules of Local Union No. B-713, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L.
February 16, 1943. 11 frames.

  5  
Unpublished study-Women in Unions in a Midwest War Industry Area, 1943-1945 (continued); War Industry Communities Surveys
  5  
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AF of L,
September 15, 1944. 12 frames.

  5  
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, CIO, Local No. 1111.
July 1, 1944. 25 frames.

  5  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 335.
June 29, 1944. 12 frames.

  5  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 248.
June 16, 1944. 19 frames.

  5  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 469.
June 19, 1944. 13 frames.

  5  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 409.
n.d. 11 frames.

  5  
UAW-CIO, Local No. 75.
19 frames.

  5  
United Steelworkers of America, CIO, Local No. 1673.
July 29, 1944. 16 frames.

  5  
United Steelworkers of America, CIO, Local No. 1258.
July 29, 1944. 16 frames.

  5  
United Steelworkers of America, CIO, Local No. 65.
October 6, 1944. 17 frames.

 
Series War Industry Communities Survey - Subject Files, [series]:
  5  
Absenteeism Listed by Community
5 frames.

  5  
Accidents and Safety Measures Listed by Community
4 frames.

  5  
Child Care Listed by Community
21 frames.

  5  
Community Services Listed by Community
5 frames.

  5  
Economic Character of Areas Listed by Community
20 frames.

  5  
Employment of Negroes Listed by Community
6 frames.

  5  
Employment of Women Listed by Community
10 frames.

  5  
Farm Labor Listed by Community.
September 1943. 2 frames.

  5  
Food Facilities Listed by Community
5 frames.

  5  
Health and Medical Facilities Listed by Community
3 frames.

  5  
Hours of Work Listed by Community
2 frames.

  5  
Housing Listed by Community
27 frames.

  5  
Labor Organizations Listed by Community
6 frames.

  5  
Labor Supply and Demand Listed by Community
28 frames.

  5  
Part Time Workers Listed by Community
2 frames.

 
Series Program for Community Surveys, [series]:
  5  
Suggested Program for State of Community Study and Action Group on War and Postwar Problems of Women Workers.
n.d. 2 frames.

  5  
Certain Suggested Community Activities Related to the Points Listed in the Reconversion Blueprint for Women.
n.d. 1 frame.

  5  
The Economic Responsibilities of Employed Married Women.
February 1946. 1 frame.

  5  
The Economic Responsibilities of Employed Widowed or Divorced Women.
February 1946. 2 frames.

  5  
Women's Bureau Post War and Optimum Hour Study.
n.d. 6 frames.

  5  
Comments from Interviews on Why Women Are Going to Continue to Work, Post-War Studies.
n.d. 7 frames.

  5  
Data Sought in Various Questionnaires relating to Post-War Intentions of Women Workers.
n.d. 3 frames.

  5  
The Economic Responsibilities of Women Workers as Shown by a Women's Bureau Study of Women War Workers and Their Postwar Employment Plans.
February 1946. 1 frame.

  5  
The Economic Responsibilities of Employed Single Women.
February 1946. 1 frame.

  5  
Prepared Remarks by Dorothy Bellanca, Vice President of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America at the New York Times Hall in a Panel Discussion on "The Economic Future of Women."
n.d. 2 frames.

  5  
Preliminary Summary, Highlights of the Post-War Study--Nine Areas.
May 14, 1945. 32 frames.

  5  
Community Notes to Mrs. De Camp.
44 frame.

  5  
Subjects Covered in Community Surveys Made by Women's Bureau Agents during World War II
n.d. 1 frame.

  5  
Summary of Selected Community Surveys Made by the Women's Bureau, US Department of Labor.
November 29, 1943. 2 frames.

  5  
Child Care
3 frames.

  5  
Housing
2 frames.

  5  
Transportation
1 frame.

  5  
Recreation Facilities
4 frames.

  5  
Article Entitled "Wartime Washington" by William H. Nicholas.
September 1943. 15 frames.

  5  
Article Entitled "I Was a Worker" by Mary G. Currier.
March 29, 1943. 5 frames.

  5  
Notes on Upgrading of War Plants, Navy and Ship Yards
9 frames.

  5  
Article Entitled "Accomodations for the Ladies" by Anne Grayson Williams.
n.d. 4 frames.

  5  
List of Community Surveys by the Women's Bureau.
n.d. 2 frames.

  5  
Women's Bureau Visits to Connecticut Communities--Recreational Facilities
3 frames.

  5  
Recreational Facilities in Fort Worth, Texas@ Parsons, Kansas@ Memphis, Tennessee@ Savanna and Hoover, Illinois@ Akron, Ohio@ and Baltimore, Maryland
2 frames.

  5  
Methods and Hiring and Training Women Employed by War Industries.
July 1, 1942. 4 frames.

  5  
Recommendations Concerning Living Needs of Women Workers in Rural Community Plant Areas.
May 22, 1942. 15 frames.

  5  
Proposed Plan for Cooperation between the Women's Bureau and the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America.
n.d. 1 frame.

  5  
Care for Children of Employed Mothers in Defense Areas Visited by the Women's Bureau.
January 29, 1942. 3 frames.

  5  
Program for National Public Housing Conference.
n.d. 5 frames.

  5  
Recreational Facilities in Industrial War Areas as Reported by Women's Bureau Agents
17 frames.

  5  
Recreation Listed by Community
14 frames.

  5  
Schools and Educational Facilities Listed by Community.
June 1943. 2 frames.

  5  
Training Program Listed by Community
8 frames.

  5  
Transportation Listed by Community
8 frames.

  5  
Turnover Listed by Community
6 frames.

  5  
Types of Workers Listed by Community
2 frames.

  5  
Wages Listed by Community
2 frames.

  5  
Note Cards Filled Out by Women Workers Listing Their Current Job and Their Postwar Job Desires and Their Reason for Wanting That Job.
n.d. 16 frames.

  5  
Note Cards Describing Discriminatory Practices against Women.
n.d. 8 frames.

 
Series Geographical Files, [series]:
  5  
Connecticut
Includes Estimated Impact of Demobilization; Evidences of 1944 Cutbacks in Connecticut; Women War Workers in Connecticut; Employment of Wage Earners; Industrial Readjustment of Women Workers; List of Industrial Plants and Plant Sites to Be Disposed of by the Defense Plant Corporation; Employees in Manufacturing in Connecticut; Connecticut State Labor Laws for Women; and the Employment Status of Women in Connecticut in 1940. 26 frames.

  5  
Massachusetts
Includes Child Care Problems; Worker's Comments; Listing of Women Reporting on Desire to Change Occupations; Estimated Impact of Demobilization; List of Industrial Plants and Plant Sites to Be Disposed of by the Defense Plant Corporation, and Massachusetts State Labor Laws for Women. 57 frames.

  6  
War Industry Communities Survey (continued); Geographical Files
  6  
New York
n.d. Includes General Comments of Workers; Child Care Problems; Reasons for Women Planning on Stopping Work after the War; Postwar Employment Expectations for Women Employed in Erie County, New York in 1944; and Note Cards Listing Plants Employing Women Workers in Buffalo, Lockport, Syracuse, and Rochester, New York. 59 frames.

  6  
Pennsylvania
n.d. Includes Industrial Readjustment of Women Workers in Pennsylvania; Estimated Impact of Demobilization, Women War Workers in Pennsylvania Employees in Manufacturing in Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania State Labor Laws for Women; and Note Cards Listing Plants Employing Women in Pennsylvania. 25 frames.

  6  
Alabama
n.d. Includes General Comments of Workers. 6 frames.

  6  
West Virginia
n.d. Includes Note Cards Listing Plants Employing Women in Huntington. 4 frames.

  6  
Maryland
n.d. Areas Include Elkton, Aberdeen, and Edgewood, Maryland; Ravenna, Ohio; Charlestown, Jeffersonville, Walkerton, Kingsbury, and Burns City, Indiana; Marion, Herrin, Crab Orchard Lake, Joliet, Wilmington, Elwood, Alton, Rock Island, and Moline, Illinois; Burlington, Iowa; St. Louis, Missouri; Milan, Jackson, Humbolt, and Nashville, TN; San Diego, CA; Little Rock, Jacksonville, and Texarkana, AR; Shreveport and Minden, LA; Jackson and Flora, MS; Huntsville, Talladega, Childersburg, and Sylacauga, AL; Macon, GA; and Dublin, Radford, and Pulaski, VA. Information Includes the Agencies Active in These Areas; the Date of the Women's Bureau Report on the Area; the Character of the Area; Data on the Labor Supply, Housing, Food Supply, Transportation and Recreation Facilities, and Sanitation; and General Welfare of the Workers in the Area. 25 frames.

  6  
Maryland
n.d. Includes General Comments by Workers; Financial COmments of Women Workers in Baltimore along with Facts regarding their marital status, age, and number of children; Postwar Employment Expectations of Women Employed in the Baltimore Area; and the Desire of Women War Workers in Baltimore Area for Postwar Jobs. 217 frames.

  6  
Program for the Southern War Labor Conference.
January 16-17, 1943. 4 frames.

  6  
Newspaper Clippings regarding the Southern War Labor Conference.
January 1943. 7 frames.

  6  
General Notes on Labor Organizations in Region VII.
n.d. 7 frames.

  6  
Savannah, Georgia.
May 12, 1943. Includes Sources of Information; List of Persons Interviewed; List of Plants Visited; Union Organization and Attitudes toward Women Workers; Transportation Facilities; Food Supplies; Health Facilities; Housing, Recreation and Child Care. 39 frames.

  6  
Brunswick, GA
February 1, 1943. Includes Working Hours Controversy. 4 frames.

  6  
Macon, Georgia Defense Area
April 1942. Includes Housing for Women; Eating Facilities; Health Care; Recreation; List of Persons Interviewed; Sanitary and Transportation Facilities; Child Care; Education Facilities; and the Bibb County Citizen's Defense Council. 18 frames.

  6  
Amoco Road Maps of Florida, NC, SC, and Georgia.
n.d. 9 frames.

  6  
Map of Greater Macon Area, GA.
n.d. 4 frames.

  6  
Consolidated Tours Map of Florida.
n.d. 2 frames.

  6  
Consolidated Tours Map of the East Coast of the US.
n.d. 2 frames.

  6  
Pamphlets Relating to Macon, GA.
n.d. 33 frames.

  6  
A Summary of the Development of National Defense Units In and Near Macon, GA.
January 19, 1942. 2 frames.

  6  
Macon, GA
n.d. Includes List of Persons Interviewed; Sanitary and Transportation Facilities; Housing; Eating Facilities; Child Care; Health and Education Facilities; and Recreation. 29 frames.

  6  
Mississippi
n.d. Includes General Notes on Employment of Women in Mississippi; Housing; Educational and Recreational Facilities; Summary Report on the Flora, Mississippi Defense Area; Population Increases; Agencies Coordinating Facilities Needed for the Influx of Women Workers; Transportation Facilities; Child Care; Health Facilities; Comments on the Office of Civilian Defense and YWCA in Jackson, MS; List of Persons Contacted; Newspaper Clippings; Statistical Information for Jackson, MS; List of Manufacturers Operating in Jackson, MS; and Jackson, MS Citizen's Defense Corps General Training Course. 129 frames.

  6  
Charleston, SC
n.d. Includes Union Attitudes regarding Labor Problems and Selective Service Problem; Job Training Facilities; Transportation, Health and Educational Facilities; Housing; Recreational Facilities; and Child Care. 34 frames.

  6  
Memphis, TN Area
n.d. Includes Industrial Pattern of Memphis; Housing; Transportation and Recreational Facilities; National Defense Training Programs; Maps of Tennessee and Surrounding Area; Annual Report of the Memphis Housing Authority; List of Chief War Production Plants in Memphis and Number of Women Employed by Them; and Labor Supply in Memphis. 57 frames.

  7  
Geographical Files (continued)
  7  
Milan, TN Defense Area
March 1942. Includes Industrial Pattern of the Area; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Health Facilities; and Facilities for Education, Recreation, and Welfare. 49 frames.

  7  
Jackson, TN: Defense Council.
n.d. 2 frames.

  7  
Industrial Survey of Humbolt, Gibson County, TN.
Includes General Physical Prospective; Financial Situation; Accomodations; Services Available; Industrial Situation; and Living Conditions. 14 frames

  7  
Notes on Milan and Humbolt, TN.
n.d. 3 frames.

  7  
List of Industries in Jackson, TN and Vicinity
February 1942. 1 frame.

  7  
General Information Manual for Employees. Proctor & Gamble Defense Corporation Defense Plant.
n.d. 11 frames.

  7  
Information Booklet from the Jackson, TN Chamber of Commerce
7 frames

  7  
Nashville, TN
n.d. Includes Industrial Pattern of Nashville Area; Labor Supply; National Defense Training Program; Housing; Recreational and Transportation Facilities; Brief Outline of the Type of Training Offered in National Defense Courses; and Bulletin on the Selective Service and the Supply of Manpower. 12 frames.

  7  
Detroit, MI
n.d. Includes Postwar Comments by Workers with Facts on Their Marital Status, Age, Income, and Number of Children and the Postwar Needs and Expectations of Women for Employment in the Detroit-Willow Run Labor Market Area. 62 frames.

  7  
Ohio
n.d. Includes Industrial Readjustments of Women Workers in Ohio; Employment Figures for Women Working in Ohio War Plants; Estimated Impact of Demobilization of Ohio; Area Statements for Cleveland, Dayton, Youngstown, Akron, Toledo, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Canton by the War Manpower Commission Listing Major Industries, Employment Prospects, Jobs Immediately Available, and Major Firms; and Ohio State Labor Laws for Women. 25 frames.

  7  
Akron, OH
n.d. Includes Industrial Pattern for the Akron Area; Labor Supply; Housing; Transportation and Recreational Facilities; and National Defense Training Programs. 13 frames.

  7  
Cleveland, OH.
March 1942. Includes National Defense Training Programs; Training of Women Inspectors; and Report on Women Workers in the Postwar Period by the War Manpower Commission. 24 frames.

  7  
Columbus, OH.
March 1942. Includes Industrial Pattern of the Area; Labor Supply; National Defense Training Programs; Housing; Transportation and Recreational Facilities; and Child Care. 8 frames.

  7  
Ravenna, OH Defense Area
March 1942. Includes Facilities for Transportation, Eating, Recreation, Housing, and Child Care; List of Persons Interviewed; Agency Coordinating Activities for Defense; Sanitary Facilities; Education Facilities; and Booklet relating to the Ravenna Ordnance Plant. 100 frames.

  7  
Dayton-Springfield, OH.
Includes Comments by Workers along with Facts regarding Their Age, Marital Status, Number of Children and Wages; Reasons Given by Women for Stopping Work; Child Care Problems; Postwar Employment Expectations of Women Workers in Dayton; and Proceedings of the Ohio Institute on Postwar Employment of Women. 109 frames.

  7  
Sidney, OH.
August 21, 1942. Includes War Plants in Sidney Employing Women Workers; Labor Supply; and the National Defense Training Program. 8 frames.

  7  
Minority Report by A. Plotkin, Co-Chairman of the Subcommittee on Methods of Integrating Safety into Production and Industrial Organizations.
May 2, 1950. 8 frames.

  7  
Illinois: Illinois Governor's Conference on Industrial Safety. Report of the Committee on Education.
May 1-2, 1950. 38 frames.

  7  
Illinois Governor's Conference on Industrial Safety. Report of the Committee on Accident Records, Analysis and Uses.
May 1-2, 1950. 27 frames.

  7  
Illinois Governor's Conference on Industrial Safety. Report of the Committee on Health and Hygiene.
May 1-2, 1950. 73 frames.

  7  
Crab Orchard Lake Area, Illinois
July 26, 1944. Includes Population; Recreational Facilities; Report on the Crab Orchard Defense Area, Illinois Ordnance Works; Defense Activities; Housing, Transportation, Education, Sanitation, and Health Facilities; and Report on Industrial Labor in Southern Illinois. 154 frames.

  8  
Geographical Files (continued)
  8  
East Alton, IL.
n.d. Includes Population; Industrial Pattern of the Area; Labor Supply; Transportation; Housing; Recreational Facilities; and Personal Interviews with Women Woerkers at the Western Cartridge Company regarding Contract Bonuses, Wage Rates, Working Hours, Food Facilities, Rest Periods, Rotation of Shifts, Age, Marital Status, Child Care, Absenteeism, Reasons for Leaving Jobs at Plant, Comments on Unions in the Plant and List of Persons Interviewed. 42 frames.

  8  
Joliet, IL Defense Area.
n.d. Includes Towns Within the Area; War Plants; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Health and Educational Facilities; Recreation Facilities; and List of Persons Interviewed. 65 frames.

  8  
Rockford, IL.
September 9, 1942. Includes National Defense Training Programs for Women. 19 frames.

  8  
Rock Island-Moline-Davenport Defense Area.
n.d. Includes Economic Structure of the Area; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Eating Facilities; Child Care; Health and Educational Facilities; Recreational Facilities; Report of the Director, Homes Registration Offices; Directory of Manufacturers and Wholesalers in Rock Island, IL; and Pamphlet from the Rock Island, IL Chamber of Commerce. 89 frames.

  8  
Savanna, IL Ordnance Depot
February 13, 1942. Includes Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Health and Recreational Facilities. 25 frames.

  8  
Postwar Planning Study with Women's Organizations in Indiana.
Includes Employment of Negroes in Indiana; Trend of Non-White Employment in Indiana; Figures on the Employment of Women in Indiana; List of Indiana Industrial Plants and Plant Sites to Be Disposed of by the Defense Plant Corporation; Employment Situation in Evansville, Gary, Hammond, Fort Wayne, South Bend, and Indianapolis; Employment Status of Women in Indiana; Major Occupations of Women in Indiana; Marital Status of Women in the Work Force in Indiana; Conference on War and Postwar Adjustments for Women Workers; Meeting of Representatives of Indiana Women's Interest Organizations; Estimated Impact of Demobilization in Indiana; Indiana State Labor Laws for Women; and the Regional Conference on Women in Post War Planning. 361 frames.

  8  
Burns City, IN.
n.d. Includes Housing, Eating, and Recreational Facilities; Characteristics of the Area; Transportation Facilities; and Health Facilities. 15 frames.

  8  
Charlestown, IN.
December 13, 1943. Includes Sanitary facilities; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Health Facilities; Recreational Facilities; Educational Facilities; and Labor Supply. 31 frames.

  8  
Jeffersonville-Charlestown-New Albany, IN Defense Area.
January 1942. Includes US Quartermaster's Depot in Jeffersonville and the Indiana Ordnance Plant, the Dupont Powder Plant, and the Hoosier Ordnance Plant in Jeffersonville; Labor Supply; Transportation Facilities; Methods of Recruiting and Hiring; Requirements for Women Office Workers; Personnel Policies; National Defense Training Courses; Housing; Recreational Facilities; Employment of Negroes; Child Care; and List of Industries in Jeffersonville. 61 frames.

  9  
Geographical Files (continued)
  9  
Indianapolis, IN.
February 1943. Includes Demand for Women Workers; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Training of Women for War Industries; Child Care; Recreational Facilities; and Labor Organizations in the Area. 41 frames.

  9  
South Bend-Kingsbury, IN Defense Area
January 13, 1943. Includes Kingsbury Ordnance Plant; Recreational Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Transportation Facilities; Health Facilities; Methods of Recruiting and Hiring; Labor Supply; Work Hours; Vocational Training Programs; and Personnel Policies. 79 frames.

  9  
Kenosha, WI.
n.d. Includes General Comments by Workers; Reason of Women for Stopping Work; and Child Care Problems in Kenosha. 19 frames.

  9  
Milwaukee, WI.
February-March 1943. Includes War Plants in the Milwaukee Area; Labor Supply; Working Conditions for Women; Vocational Training Programs; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Recreational Facilities; Employment of Negroes; Labor Organizations in the Area; Industrial Accidents; and Absenteeism. 15 frames.

  9  
Burlington, IA.
February 1942. Includes Economic Structure of the Area; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Health Facilities; Educational and Recreational Facilities; Labor Supply; Iowa Ordnance Plant; Industrial Accidents; Job Description of Women's Work at the Iowa Ordnance Plant; Working Conditions for Women; Personnel Policies Pertaining to Women; Employment Situation in Burlington; Prevailing Wage Scale in Burlington; List of Leading Industrial Plants in Burlington; and the Group Insurance Plan for the Iowa Ordnance Division Employees of Day & Zimmerman, Inc.. 148 frames.

  9  
Cedar Rapids, IA.
November 1943. Includes Child Care and Housing. 3 frames.

  9  
Keokuk, IA.
September 1, 1945. Includes War Plants in the Area. 2 frames.

  9  
Wichita, KS.
Includes Comments by WOrkers regarding Jobs and Wages and Reasons Given by Women for Stopping Work. 17 frames.

  9  
Hutchinson KS.
February 1943. Includes Economic Characteristics of the Area; Housing; and Recreational Facilities. 5 frames.

  9  
Parsons, KS.
November 25, 1942. Includes Kansas Ordnance Plant; Economic Characteristics of the Area; Housing; Recreational Facilities; Child Care; Labor Market Development Report for Parsons; Labor Supply; Sanitation and Health Facilities. 48 frames.

  9  
Wichita, KS.
April 11-14, 1944. Includes War Plants in the Area; Child Care; Hours of Work; Transportation Facilities; Housing; National War Labor Board Decisions Affecting Unions Working at Wichita War Plants; Industrial Pattern in Wichita; Labor Market; Recruitment Methods; Recreational Facilities; and National Defense Training Programs in Wichita. 109 frames.

  9  
Greater Kansas City Defense Area in Missouri and Kansas.
December 4, 1941. Includes Industrial Patterns in Kansas City; Labor Supply; Transportation Facilities; Housing; National Defense Training Programs; Recreational Facilities; and Industrial Statistics for the Greater Kansas City Area. 24 frames.

  9  
St. Louis, MO.
n.d. Includes recreational facilities; Housing; Health Facilities; Industrial Pattern of St. Louis; Labor Supply; Transportation Facilities; Child Care; List of Defense Plants in the St. Louis Area; Vocational Training Programs; List of Manufactureres in St. Louis Employing Women Workers; and Wages and Hours of Women Workers. 61 frames.

  9  
Sidney, NE.
n.d. Includes Labor Supply; Housing; Recreational Facilities; Child Care; and the Farm Labor Situation. 6 frames.

  9  
Jacksonville, AR.
n.d. Includes Economic Structure and Population Changes in the Area; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Educational and Recreational Facilities; Health Facilites; the Arkansas State Trade School; National Defense Training; and the US Employment Service Activities Report for Arkansas. 57 frames.

  9  
Greater Little Rock, AR Defense Area
n.d. Includes Housing; List of Manufacturers in the Greater Little Rock Area; Population Data and Vital Statistics for Little Rock; Economic Structure of Little Rock; and Employment of Women in Greater Little Rock Area War Plants. 62 frames.

  10  
Geographical Files (continued)
  10  
Louisiana
July 1943. Includes Employment of Women in Louisiana. 7 frames.

  10  
Minden, Louisiana Defense Area
March 10, 1942. Includes Economic Structure and Population Changes in the Area; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Eating Facilities; Child Care; Health Facilities; Educational and Recreational Facilities; Louisiana Ordnance Plant General Safety Regulations; and Industrial Activities in Shreveport, Louisiana. 99 frames.

  10  
Oklahoma City, OK.
April 1943. Includes Industrial Pattern of the Area; Labor Supply; Child Care; Housing; Recreational Facilities; and a List of Major War Plants in the Oklahoma City Area. 19 frames.

  10  
Tulsa, OK.
April 1943. Includes Economic Characteristics of the Tulsa Area; Labor Market; Negro Problem in Tulsa; Recreational Facilities; Housing; Child Care; National Defense and Youth Training Programs; and Transportation Facilities. 32 frames.

  10  
Texarkana, TX.
April 1942. Includes Defense Plants in the Texarkana Area; Economic Structure and Population Changes in the Area; Sanitary Facilities; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Eating Facilities; Child Care; Health and Educational Facilities; Recreational Facilities; List of Manufacturing Industries in Texarkana Area; and Bowie County Sanitary District Regulations. 93 frames.

  10  
Dallas, TX.
December 1941. Includes Industrial Pattern of the Dallas Area; Labor Supply; National Defense Training Programs; Housing; Recreational Facilities; and Trasportation Facilities. 19 frames.

  10  
Fort Worth, TX.
n.d. Includes Housing; Transportation Facilities; Child Care; Recreational Facilities; Industrial Pattern of Fort Worth; Labor Supply; and National Defense Training Programs. 15 frames.

  10  
Note Cards Listing Companies Employing Women in Kansas, Missouri, and Wyoming
n.d. Includes St. Louis, MO; Rock Springs and Cheyenne, WY; and Witchita and Kansas City, KS. 15 frames.

  10  
Colorado
May 1943. Includes Employment of Women in Colorado War Industries and the Colorado Labor Market. 5 frames.

  10  
Denver, CO.
n.d. Includes Local Defense Industries; Labor Supply; Labor Recruitment; Vocational Training Programs; Housing; Recreational Facilities; Transportation Facilities. 9 frames.

  10  
Ogden, UT.
April 1943. Includes Labor Needs; Transportation Facilities; Child Care; Vocational Training Programs; Ogden Defense Industries; Recreational Facilities. 4 frames.

  10  
Salt Lake City, UT.
April 1943. Includes Employment of Women in Defense Industries; Transportation Facilities; Vocational Training Progams; Recreational Facilities; Child Care; Housing; and Labor Organizations in Salt Lake City. 31 frames.

  10  
Note Cards Listing Companies Employing Women Workers in Arizona, California, Illinois, Missouri, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Utah.
n.d. Burbank, Emeryville, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Pasadena, and Oakland, CA; Sapulpa, OK; Tucson, Nogales, Douglas, Phoenix, Clifton, Benson, Safford, Flagstaff, Cottonwood, Wickenburg, Buckeye, Goodyear, Kingman, Yuma, Ajo, Casa Grande, Mesa, San Carlos, Tiger, Glendale, Safford, Winslow, Chandler, Globe, Superior, Morristown, Holbrook, Davis Dam, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Coolidge, AZ; El Paso and San Antonio, TX; Portland, OR; New York City, NY; Denver, CO; St. Louis, MO; Chicago, IL; and Salt Lake City, UT. 65 frames.

  10  
San Francisco-Oakland, California Area.
December 20, 1945. Includes Postwar Employment Expectations of Women Employed in the San Francisco-Oakland Area; Comments of Workers in the San Francisco-Oakland Area with Facts regarding Their Age and Marital Status; Reasons of Women for Stopping Work; National Defense Training Programs; and Labor Supply. 108 frames.

  10  
San Diego, CA.
November 7, 1943. Includes Community Factors Contributing to Turnover among Women in San Diego War Industries; Transportation Facilities; Housing; Child Care; Labor Supply; National Defense Training Programs; Recreational Facilities; and Labor Organizations in the San Diego Area. 109 frames.

  10  
Seattle-Tacoma, WA Area
n.d. Includes General Comment of Workers in the Area along with Facts regarding their Age and Marital Status and Reasons of Women for Stopping Work. 14 frames.