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   Container / Location    Title
  129-134  
C. Jacob Potofsky presidential correspondence, 1946-1974. [subseries]:
  129  
Abram, Morris (American Jewish Committee) 1967
  129  
Amalgamated Clothing Workers - Managers and Business Agents (1947)
  129  
American Arbitration Association (1974)
  129  
American Cancer Society (1969)
  129  
American Federation of Labor (1973)
  129  
American Jewish Committee (1970)
  129  
Anderson, Glenn (Congressman, California) 1970
  129  
Badillo, Herman (Bronx Borough President) 1966
  129  
Bennett, Fay (National Sharecroppers Fund) 1970
  129  
Bernstein, Marver (Brandeis University) 1973
  129  
Burns, John (New York - Democratic State Committee) 1966
  129  
B (general)
  129  
C.I.O. (including correspondence with Philip Murray and James Carey) discussing defense manpower, education and training) 1948-54
  129  
Cooper, John Sherman (Senate Foreign Relations Committee) 1970
  129  
Davis, Jerome (Promoting an Enduring Peace, Inc.) 1966
  129  
Drechsler and Leff (ACWA attorneys, New York City) 1966
  129  
Dubinsky, David (ILGWU) 1966
  129  
D (general)
  129  
Educational Alliance (1966)
  129  
Educational Committee to Halt the Spread of Atomic Weapons (1966)
  129  
Elattes, E. (Israeli Ambassador) 1950
  129  
Elkuss, William (ACWA Eastern Summer School) 1966
  129  
E (general)
  129  
Farbstein, Leonard (Congressman, N.Y.C.) 1970
  129  
Fitzpatrick, Paul (Democratic State Committee) 1949
  129  
Friedman, Marx Clothing (1973)
  129  
F (general)
  129  
Gardner, John (Urban Coalition) 1969
  129  
General Executive Board (1966)
  129  
Goldberg, Arthur
  129  
Government Contracts (1966)
  129  
Gruening, Ernest (1970)
  129  
G (general)
  130  
Harriman, W. Averell (1950-1966)
  130  
Hart-Schaffner & Marx (Chicago) 1966
  130  
Heart Fund (1966)
  130  
Hess, Mrs. Anderson (1966)
  130  
Hatters, Cap & Millinery Union (United) 1963
  130  
Hillman, Sidney Foundation (1966)
  130  
Hillman, Sidney Health Center (1966)
  130  
Histadrut Nat'l. Committee for Israel (1966)
  130  
Hoffa, James - 1961 (1 telegram)
  130  
Housing Foundation, United (1966)
  130  
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Vice President of the U.S.) 1966
  130  
H (general)
  130  
Interior, Dept. of U.S. (1949)
  130  
International Federation of Chemical and Federal Workers (1965-67)
  130  
International Labor Organization (1966)
  130  
International Ladies Garment Workers Fund (1966)
  130  
International Ladies Garment Workers Union (1966)
  130  
Investments (1966)
  130  
International Textile and Garment Workers Federation (London) 1966
  130  
Israel Bond campaign (1966)
  131  
Italian Blood Relief (1966)
  131  
Italo-American Committee (ACWA) 1962
  131  
I (general)
  131  
Jewish Daily Forward (1959)
  131  
Jewish Labor Committee (1966)
  131  
Johnson, Alvin (New School for Social Research) 1950
  131  
Johnson, Lady Bird (1962-73)
  131  
Johnson, Lyndon (President of the U.S.) 1966
  131  
Kaiser, Philip (Assistant Secretary of Labor) 1949
  131  
Kefauver, Estes (Senator, Tenn.) 1959
  131  
Kennedy, John (President of the U.S.) 1960
  131  
Kennedy, Robert (Attorney General of the U.S.) 1966
  131  
K (general)
  131  
Laidler, Harry (League for Industrial Democracy) 1961
  131  
Lehman, Edith (1967)
  131  
Lehman, Herbert (Senator, N.Y.S.) 1949
  131  
Lindsay, John (Mayor, N.Y.C.) 1966-69
  131  
Lubin, Isador (1970)
  131  
Lyons, James G. (N.Y.S. Assemblyman) 1949
  131  
L (general)
  131  
McCarthy, Richard Max (Congressman, N.Y.) 1970
  131  
McGovern, George (Senator, South Dakota) 1970
  131  
Managers and General Executive Board Members (memoranda to) 1969
  131  
Martin, Dan (1966)
  131  
Meany, George (AFL) 1953-64
  131  
Meyer, Max (1947)
  131  
Miller, Nathan (1963)
  131  
Moses, Robert (1966)
  132  
M (general)
  132  
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (1969)
  132  
National Conference of Christians and Jews (1969)
  132  
National Foundation (March of Dimes) 1968-69
  132  
National Park Foundation (1969)
  132  
National Planning Association (1949)
  132  
Nehru, Jawaharial (1953)
  132  
Neier, Aryeh (American Civil Liberties Union)
  132  
New York City (correspondence with heads of various city agencies) 1962
  132  
Nixon, Richard (President of the United States) 1969
  132  
N (general)
  132  
O (general)
  132  
Pepper, Claude (Senator, Fla.) 1948
  132  
Princeton University (1952)
  132  
P (general)
  132  
Rabinowitz, Aaron (Westport, Ct.) 1969-71
  132  
Reid, Ogden (N.Y. Tribune) 1971
  132  
Retail Clerks International Association (1969)
  132  
Reuther, Victor (UAW) 1963-69
  132  
Reuther, Walter (President, UAW) 1963-64
  132  
Roads, C.F. (Physician, Memorial Hospital, N.Y.C.) 1948
  133  
Rockefeller, Nelson (Governor of NYS) 1960-69
  133  
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr. (1949)
  133  
Ryan, William F. (NYC Congressman) 1970
  133  
R (general)
  133  
Samuel, Howard (Assistant President re Sidney Hillman Foundation) 1966
  133  
Sinclair Oil Company (1966)
  133  
State Dept. (U.S.) 1972
  133  
Stevenson, Adlai (Governor, Illinois) 1952
  133  
S (general)
  133  
Testimonial Dinner (1964)
  133  
Testimonial Dinner (1973)
  133  
Thomas, Elbert (Senator, Utah) 1949
  133  
Tobin, Maurice (Secretary of Labor) 1949-50
  133  
Truman, Harry S. (President of the U.S.) 1950-59
  133  
Universita Internazionale (Rome) Reverend F.A. Morlion re CIO and Anti-Communism (1952)
  133  
U (general)
  134  
Van Arsdale, Harry (NYC Central Labor Council) 1966
  134  
Vietnam (correspondence re May 26, 1970 speech)
  134  
Weiss, Hyman (ACWA Leisurewear Joint Board) 1970
  134  
Willen, Joseph (1970)
  134  
Wirtz, Willard (Secretary of Labor) 1966
  134  
W (general)
  134  
Misc. (Trip to Israel) 1958
  134  
Miscellany (1968-69)