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   Container / Location    Title
 
B. National Industry Recovery Administration records, 1934-1946. [subseries]:
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Automobile Report by Leon Henderson, NRA, Research and Planning Division (January 23, 1935)
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Coat and Suit Industry (Resolution, March 1935)
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Code Authority (general correspondence) re furniture code, leather and woolen knit, and silk) regulations and surveys, 1934-35
  93  
Cotton Code Authority Administrative Orders (March, 1935) minimum wages, hours, budget, draft of code authority's by-laws.
  93  
General correspondence and papers (1934, September - 1935, June) Correspondence of Sidney Hillman, Alex Cohen and Jacob Potofsky to Deputy Administrator, Burton Oppenheimer re labor complaints, minimum wages, hours, and industry non compliance. Printed copies of various industry codes and their amendments.
  93  
Cotton Textile Industry (correspondence and press release) 1934-35
  93  
Cotton Garment Industry. Prison Labor Authority. Correspondence and Executive Order, 1934-35
  93  
Council for Industrial Progress. Report of the Committee on National Industrial Policy (March, 1936) and report of the Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation (February, 1936)
  94  
F
  94  
G
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H
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I
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Job Applications
  94  
Johnson, Odin H. (Associated Automobile Workers) Johnson and Johnson; Joint Council Knitgoods Workers Union; Joint Committee on National Recovery. Prudential Bank Building; John P. Davis
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K
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L
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M
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General Correspondence, 1935
  94  
Blumberg, Hyman, Correspondence, 1934-35
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Baltimore Investigation (compliance division) 1934
  95  
Code of Fair Competition for Men's Clothing Industry as proposed (February, 1935) hearing (February 2, 1935)
  95  
Reports, Executive Committee, Committee on labels (1935)
  96  
Merchant and Custom Tailoring Industry (hearings on proposed code) January, 1935
  96  
Minutes and Agenda (September, 1934-May, 1935)
  97  
National Youth Administration (correspondence and reports)
  97  
National Association of Uniform Manufacturers; National Association of Purchasing Agents; National Electrical Manufacturers Association; National Retail Code Authority; National Retail Hardware Association
  97  
Odum, Walter (Durant, Miss.); Ogburn, Charlton (Washington attorney); Osserman, Stanley (Trade Counsel, Code Authority)
  97  
Petroleum Labor Policy Board; Phinney, Louise (Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives); Pynchon, C.E. (United States Dept. of the Interior)
  97  
Puerto Rico (application of clothing codes to commonwealth's special circumstances) includes correspondence with Ernest Gruening of the Dept. of the Interior
  97  
Retail Solid Fuel Industry (codes and memoranda)
  97  
Retail Trade Code (Regulations establishing a Labor Adjustment Agency)
  97  
Retail Tobacco
  97  
Retail and Wholesale Distribution Project of the Division of Research and Planning
  98  
Retailers file (miscellaneous) including extractsfrom letters received from workers in Mass. Garment Manufacturing plants, and report "Importance of Retail Co-operation in Preventing the Return of the Sweat-Shop in the Men's Clothing Industry"
  98  
Robe Industry
  98  
R (miscellaneous)
  98  
Schechter Poultry Case (court decision)
  98  
Schiffli Code Authority (April 17, 1935 memorandum from R.V. Rickford)
  98  
Senate Finance Committee (including Donald Richberg's March 7, 1935 statement)
  98  
Service Trades (memoranda from Advisory Council)
  98  
Ship building and ship repairing code (memoranda)
  98  
Silk Textile Industry
  98  
Small arms and ammunition manufacturing code
  98  
State Recovery Acts
  98  
Structural Steel
  98  
S (miscellaneous)
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Telegraph Code
  98  
Telephone Code
  99  
Textile Division including minutes of meeting of textile planning committee
  99  
Thirty Hour Week Bill
  99  
Tool and Die Code
  99  
Trade Practices (procedures for code revisions)
  99  
Training course for NRA Executives
  99  
Trucking Industry
  99  
T (general)
  99  
Uncodified Industries
  99  
Undergarment and Negligee Industry
  99  
Unemployment
  99  
United Mine Workers
  99  
U (general)
  99  
V (1935)
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Voluntary Agreements (memoranda listing industries)
  99  
Wage and Hour Textile Committee
  99  
Waste Paper trade (includes investigation of operation of emergency order fixing minimum prices) December 21, 1934
  99  
Watch Code
  99  
White Collar code (letter from stenographer asking why her hours have not been reduced)
  99  
White House memoranda and correspondence re complaints and compliance
  99  
Wholesale Code - differential clauses
  99  
Wholesale Drug Industry
  99  
Wholesale Grocers
  99  
Window Glass Manufacturers Code
  99  
Research and Planning Memoranda from Director Leon Henderson summarizing NRA weekly activities
  99  
Reports including a compilation of significant statements in support of theories upon which the National Industrial Recovery Act is based (November 20, 1934); also report on codal provisions relating to productive and capacity control