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D. War Production Board records. [subseries]:
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Administrative Orders (January-March, 1942)
  100  
Aircraft (Wage and Hours) 1941-42
  100  
Allis Chalmers dispute (1941); includes proposed contract clauses, memo re union election
  100  
Aluminum Industry, July, 1941
  100  
American Federation of Labor (1941-42) includes Sidney Hillman's letters to William Green re Defense policy and AFL's March 21, 1941 resolution
  100  
Anti Strike Legislation (includes February 18, 1941 memorandum from Mr. Brandwen analyzing 9 bills under consideration and July 8, 1941 CIO resolution)
  100  
Applications (employment)
  100  
Appointments and telephone calls
  100  
Automobile and Trucks (May 1941-April 1942) re transfer of resources from non defense to defense production
  100  
Automotive Problems (Verbatim Transcript: Joint Meeting of Labor and Industry Subcommittees on General Automotive Problems) January 6, 1942
  101  
A (general)
  101  
B.F. Goodrich Co.
  101  
Boeing Aircraft (includes contract proposed by Hillman August 1940) and memoranda on Labor situation.
  101  
Britain Labor Policy (Carter Goodrich. Preliminary Report, Sept. 1, 1941)
  101  
Brown, J. Douglas (June-December, 1941) memoranda on shift of consumer durable goods industries to Defense production and ways to alleviate resultant unemployment.
  101  
B (general)
  101  
Civilian Conservation Corps (1940)
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Clothing Advisory Committee (Minutes) January 14, 1942
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Clothing Contracts-Violations. Material furnished by Labor Division confirms bidding for clothing contracts re labor law violations, 1940-42
  101  
Coal Dispute (March-November, 1941) re captive mines includes draft of letter from John L. Lewis (UMW president to President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  101  
Committee lists
  101  
Construction Trade Stabilization (June-December, 1941) includes minutes of meetings, memoranda of agreement, correspondence between Sidney Hillman and Philip Murray
  101  
Copper Industry (May, 1941-April, 1942). Memoranda on Employment situation in Copper mines in Butte, Montana procedure relative to appeals from Labor-Management Committee decisions
  101  
Cramp Shipbuilding Company (Correspondence between James Reed and Sidney Hillman) 1941
  101  
Crank and miscellaneous letters
  101  
Currier Housing Contact Case-clippings and Truman Hearing Testimony (1941)
  101  
C (miscellaneous) Christmas lists
  102  
Daily Report to Mr. Hillman (March 13-April 2, 1942)
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Defense Contracts (General principles governing) September - November, 1940-correspondence with John L. Lewis, Robert Jackson, Philip Murray and Van Bittner
  102  
Defense Contract Service Subcontracting (May-July,1941)
  102  
Defense Legislation (memoranda re federal government's attempt to secure state legislation to aid defense effort
  102  
Defense Program. Verbatim Record of Proceedings of Senate Investigating Committee (October 27, 1941)
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Detroit Tour (1941) correspondence
  102  
D (general)
  103  
Economic Stabilization (April 2, 1942) memorandum from Sidney Hillman to President Roosevelt
  103  
Electrical Worker's Dispute (July, 1930) correspondence with Harry Van Arsdale local #3 I.B.E.W.
  103  
Employment Discrimination (union vs. non union) 1940
  103  
Employment Statistics (ACWA's New York City contract market) 1941
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Executive Order establishing Office of Production Management and War Production Board (June 28, 1940)
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Exports (Memoranda March 14, 1942)
  103  
E (general)
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FBI-Harry Bridges and California CIO Investigation-1941
  103  
File Cabinet (contents)
  103  
Flint News Advertiser (1941)
  103  
Garment firms (briefs filed) 1943
  103  
German Trip (January, 1946) and supporting classified documents re de Nazification program
  103  
Government Contracts for Army Uniforms (1940-42)
  103  
G (general)
  104  
Hillman, Sidney Personal (invitations) 1942
  104  
Housing (defense) 1942
  104  
Industrial Materials (Division Report, Critical Materials and Parts) reports and memoranda re controlled materials plan (1942)
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Industry and Labor Advisory Committee (1941-42) procedure, organization, and joint resolution
  104  
I (general)
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J (general)
  104  
Kaiser, Henry, "Notes on Magnesium Plant Parmenete"
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Kelley, W.C. (Federal Security Agency) 1941
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Knudson, William, Director General, OPM 1941
  104  
K (general)
  104  
Labor Department, including Sidney Hillman's correspondence with Secretary Francis Perkins (1940-41)
  104  
Labor Disputes involving National Defense (weekly reports) 1940-41
  104  
Labor Division - general correspondence (1941-42)
  104  
Labor Division - authority and function-includes memoranda re labor supply program, and Negro employment (1940-42)
  105  
Labor Division - Defense Training Branch "Report of the Chief, Defense Training Branch Labor Division to the Labor Supply Policy Committee" (December 11, 1941)
  105  
Labor Division - organization and function(administrative orders) 1942
  105  
Labor Policy (chronology of record) including excerpts from Hillman's testimony before the Smith Committee (October 8, 1940)
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Program (administrative office memoranda and proposed policy statements) 1941-42
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Program (March 3, 1942)
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Labor Supply and Training Division, Lt. Colonel Frank J. McSherry (memoranda and reports) 1941-42
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Division, Floyd Reeves(memoranda and reports) 1940-41
  105  
Labor Supply and Training Division - Bureau of Labor Statistics collected material (1942)
  106  
Labor Supply Policy Committee. Minutes, policy statements on skilled workers and priorities (1940-42); statements on the employment of Negro workers and the physically handicapped.
  106  
Labor Supply. Ship Building Stabilization Committee (1942)
  106  
Letters of Appreciation (1942)
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Lewis, John L. (material discussing his role in the captive coal mine strike of 1941)
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Lubin, Isidor (memoranda labor turnover and deferment of skilled workers) 1941
  106  
Machinists, International Association, 1941-42
  106  
McKelvey, Thelma (Report includes Women in War Production) 1942
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Manpower Commission (1942)
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Manpower Needs Mobilization (estimated labor requirements for shipbuilding and aircraft industries) 1941-42
  107  
Maritime Commission
  107  
May, Stacy (Memorandum - possible use of excavating machinery companies for tank manufacture) June 19, 1941
  107  
Metal Shortages (conference on August 24 and 25, 1942)
  107  
Military Government Documents (policy toward trade unions in the British occupied zone of Germany) 1946
  107  
Military Government Documents (French occupied Germany) 1945-46
  107  
Military Government Documents (U.S. occupied Germany) de Nazification Program; manpower directives and instructions) 1945-46
  107  
Military Government Documents (U.S. occupied Germany) Handbook for the administration of Military Government in the U.S. zone, July 7, 1945
  107  
Minutes (1941-42)
  107  
Morale (labor) problem - state by state survey -1942
  107  
Murray, Philip (re CIO and the war) 1941
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M (general)
  107  
National Archives (Description of War Labor Board Records transferred) November 10, 1947
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National Defense Mediation Board (memoranda and press releases) 1940-41
  108  
National Labor Relations Board (Sidney Hillman correspondence) 1941
  108  
National War Labor Board. (Union security and maintenance of membership) 1942
  108  
Negro Employment and Training Branch (Report, 1940-42)
  108  
Nelson, William (Director, Division of Purchases) 1942
  108  
New York City War Production Problems (memorandum to Mayor F.H. La Guardia) July 15, 1942
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North American Aviation, Inc. (1941)
  108  
N (general)
  108  
Office of Production Management. (Agendas) 1941
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Office of Production Management. (Office Memoranda) 1941
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Office of Production Management (Administrative Orders) 1941
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Office of Production Management (Business Correspondence) 1942
  108  
Office of Production Management (Minutes) 1940-41
  108  
Office of Production Management (Organizational chart)
  108  
Office of Production Management (Personnel)
  108  
Office of Production Management (Regulations establishing a labor division)
  108  
Oliver, Eli (memoranda to Sidney Hillman re Program for the labor division and questions to be discussed with Philip Murray) 1941
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Overtime and hours of work (1940)
  108  
O (general)
  108  
Philadelphia trip (June 5, 1941)
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Plant financing (government funded expansion) November 20, 1940
  108  
Potofsky, Jacob (1941)
  108  
Press Releases
  108  
Prichard, Edward F. (memoranda to)
  108  
Procurement Policy (army contracts) 1941-42
  108  
Production Capacity (labor requirements) 1940-42
  108  
Production curtailed (1942)
  108  
Purchase Division (duties and responsibilities) 1941
  108  
P (general)
  109  
Refrigerators (Stewart Warner Corporation) 1942
  109  
Reimbursement of University Faculty members by the Government (1940)
  109  
Roosevelt, Franklin (memoranda and letters addressed to Sidney Hillman) 1940-45
  109  
Rubber Industry emergency order (1942)
  109  
Russian war relief (1945)
  109  
R (general)
  109  
Selective Service (joint army and navy committee) 1940
  109  
Senate (U.S.) Investigation of the National Defense Program (May, 1940)
  109  
Shipbuilding (general, 1940-41)
  109  
Shipbuilding Stabilization (1940-42)
  109  
Shipbuilding-Dry Dock Strike (San Francisco, 1941)
  109  
Silk Industry (1941)
  109  
Slav Congress (American) 1942
  109  
Social Security Board (Federal Advisory Council for Employment Security) policies and procedures re skills inventory (1941-42)
  109  
Soule, George (1941)
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Southport Petroleum Company (1941)
  109  
Speeches and Addresses (Joseph Eastman, Director of Defense Transportation)
  109  
Strikes, Slowdowns and Sabotage (1940-41)
  110  
Strike Legislation (1941)
  110  
Supply Priorities and Allocations (1941-42)
  110  
Survey Associates (1941-42)
  110  
S (general)
  110  
Tank Program (1941)
  110  
Teamsters Union (1941)
  110  
Textile Industry (1941-42)
  110  
Todd California Ship Building Company (re material shortage), 1941
  110  
Tool and Die Workers (Stabilization of Wage Rates) 1942
  110  
Training Within Industry Program (1940-41)
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T (general)
  110  
Unemployment Priority (1941)
  110  
Unemployment Youth (1940)
  110  
United Automobile Workers of America (1941)
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U (general)
  110  
Vinson Labor Bill (analysis) May 31, 1941
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Volunteers (1941)
  110  
War Dept. (Services of Supply)
  110  
War Dept. Contracts to companies with NLRB violations(1940) memorandum
  110  
War Displacement Benefits Bill (1942)
  110  
Washing Machines (restricting production of) 1942
  111  
Welders (United Brotherhood of) 1941-43 strike
  111  
Willys Overland Motors (purchase orders) 1941
  111  
Wool (general conservation order) 1941
  111  
Woman on labor advisory committee (correspondence with Dorothy Bellanca) 1940
  111  
Works Projects Administration (re labor question in conjunction with National Defense Commission) 1940
  111  
W (general)
  111  
XYZ (general)