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   Container / Location    Title
  1  
Historical File, 1934-1942.
  1  
0001. Box 1a/Folder 1. Correspondence 200 pages. (1)
Major Subjects: San Francisco 1934 Convention, San Francisco 1934 Executive Council Meeting, Resolutions, Industrial Unionism, Wagner Act, Union Organization (Auto Workers, Aluminum Workers), Questionnaires, Statistics, Atlantic City 1935 Convention, Atlantic City 1935 Executive Council Meeting, Minutes of Meetings, Committee for Industrial Organizations. Principal Correspondents: C.J. Weaver, Harry C. Louden, Ernest Claxton, Al Cook, Henry S. Bierre, Earl Cast, A.O. Wharton, J.W. Pickering, F.J. Dillon, Carl J. Shipley, H.H. Richardson, George F. Addes, James J. Hailey, Charlton Ogburn, John T. Flynn, Homer Martin, John L. Lewis, Sidney Hillman, David Dubinsky, Thomas McMahon, Thomas H. Brown, Max Zaritsky, Harvey C. Fremming, Charles P. Howard.

  1  
0201. Box 1a/Folder 2. Correspondence. January-June. 213 pages. (2)
Major Subjects: Union Organization (Metal Workers, Committee for Industrial Organization), Miami 1936 Executive Council Meeting, Industrial Unionism, Washington 1936 Executive Council Meeting, Dual Unionism, Resolutions, News Releases, Minutes of Meetings. Principal Correspondents: John Brophy, H.W. Morgan, John L. Lewis, Sidney Hillman, David Dubinsky, Thomas F. McMahon, Harvey C. Fremming, Max Zaritsky, Thomas H. Brown, James Starr, Frank Morrison, Charles P. Howard, D.W. Tracy, Kathryn Lewis, John Fitzpatrick, M.F. Tighe, Thomas Kennedy, J.L. Coulter, Woodruff Randolph, Joseph Schlossberg, Michael F. Greene, John M. Sherwood, Thomas H. Brown, George M. Harrison, Marx Lewis, Matthew Woll, Joseph N. Weber, Harry C. Bates, T.A. Rickert, Frank Duffy, Felix H. Knight, William L. Hutcheson, G.M. Bugniazet, Joseph G. Klein.

  1  
0414. Box 1a/Folder 3. Correspondence. July. 255 pages. (3)
Major Subjects: Committee for Industrial Organization, Union Organization (Metal Workers), Industrial Unionism, Washington 1936 Executive Council Meeting, News Releases, Dual Unionism, Minutes of Meetings, Petitions and Protests regarding Suspension of Charters. Principal Correspondents: Charles P. Howard, Thomas McMahon, Sidney Hillman, Edward Flore, W.D. Mahon, Max Pincus, Edward Lamb, Max Zaritsky, Charlton Ogburn, John L. Lewis, E.N. Nockles, David Dubinsky, George M. Harrison, G.M. Bugniazet, H.A. Bradley, H.D. Fremming, Max B. Klein, John P. Frey, Glen W. McCabe, M.F. Tighe, Homer Martin, Thomas H. Brown, Sherman Dalrymple, A.O. Wharton, Frank Morrison, J.J. Handley, Matthew Woll.

  1  
0669. Box 1a/Folder 4. Correspondence. August 1-14. 213 pages. (4)
Major Subjects: Washington 1936 Executive Council Meeting, Minutes of Meetings, Suspension of Charters, News Releases, Petitions and Protests regarding Suspension of Charters, Industrial Unionism, Resolutions, Committee for Industrial Organizations. Principal Correspondents: John P. Frey, David Dubinsky, John L. Lewis, Sidney Hillman, Thomas F. McMahon, H.C. Fremming, Thomas H. Brown, Glen McCabe, M.F. Tighe, Sherman Dalrymple, Homer Martin, Michael F. Greene, Charles P. Howard, John A. O'Connell, John M. Sherwood, Ivan F. Cox.

  1  
0882. Box 1b/Folder 1. Correspondence. August 15-31. 173 pages. (5)
Major Subjects: Petitions and Protests regarding Suspensions, Resolutions, Committee for Industrial Organizations, Union Organization (Metal Workers), Industrial Unionism. Principal Correspondents: Charles P. Howard, John L. Lewis, John Brophy, Thomas G. Gillis, Edward W. Miller, M.F. Greene, Max Zaritsky, Frank Duffy, A.O. Wharton, Joseph P. Ryan, Isidor B. Velasco, Matthew Woll, David Dubinsky.

  2  
Historical File, 1934-1942 (continued).
  2  
001. Box 1b/Folder 2. Correspondence. September. 167 pages. (1)
Major Subjects: Petitions and Protests regarding Suspensions, List of Protesting Unions, Resolutions, News Releases, Dual Unionism, Industrial Unionism, Committee for Industrial Organization. Principal Correspondents: George M. Harrison, David Dubinsky, A.O. Wharton, A. Phillip Randolph, Glen W. McCabe, Max Zaritsky.

  2  
0168. Box 1b/Folder 3. Correspondence. October-November. 88 pages. (2)
Major Subjects: Petitions and Protests regarding Suspensions, Dual Unionism, Committee for Industrial Organizations, Industrial Unionism, Efforts at Rapprochement. Principal Correspondents: Louis Weintraub, Max Zaritsky, Matthew Woll, George M. Harrison, Felix H. Knight, Charles P. Howard

  2  
0256. Box 1b/Folder 4. Correspondence. 57 pages. (3)
Major Subjects: News Management, Labor Press, Committee on Industrial Organization, Efforts at Rapprochement, Union Organization (Farm Workers). Principal Correspondents: Louis Stark, Rush D. Holt, Frank Farrington, Norman Zolezzi, R.L. McCormick, John L. Lewis, Hartley W. Barclay, Fred W. Patton, Freeman Salturs, C.F. Hackman, William Hirth, Robert P. MacHatton.

  2  
0313. Box 2/Folder 1. Correspondence on Industrial Unionism. 151 pages. (4)
Major Subjects: Union Organization (Mine Workers, Pullman Porters), Vertical Organization, Industrial Unionism, Dual Unionism, Questionnaire, Labor Press, News Management, Communist Party, National Industrial Council of the Young Women's Christian Association, Racial Discrimination. Principal Correspondents: W.B. Goll, William Collins, John M. Sherwood, Whiting Williams, George B. Roberts, Walter Nesbit, Charles W. Huff, Max D. Danish, Joseph Voorhees, Charlton Ogburn, John Brophy, Robert Riede, Len DeCaux, H.A. Bradley, Hollins N. Randolph, Joseph A. Biegel, W.C. Roberts, Jules Korchien, H. Forbes, J.F. Houchins, R. Lee Guard, George L. Googe, Rose Troiano, John F. Walker, E.F. Cronin.

  2  
0464. Box 2/Folder 2. Requests for Information on Committee on Industrial Organization. 84 pages. (5)
Principal Correspondents: William M. Taft, John Brophy.

  2  
0548. Box 2/Folder 3. Industrial Unionism Endorsements. 62 pages. (6)
Major Subjects: Local Unions, Central Labor Unions, Federation of Labor.

  2  
0610. Box 2/Folder 4. Organization Policy Circular Letters. 75 pages. (7)
Major Subjects: Miami Executive Council Meeting of 1936, Committee for Industrial Organization, Industrial Unionism. Principal Correspondents: J.C. Shanessy, Lewis G. Hines, W.M. Tucker, J.A. Franklin, Thomas Cairns, Roy Horn, Rowland Watson, H.A. Bradley, George L. Googe, T.A. Rickert, A.O. Wharton, Leon DeVeze, D.W. Tracy, W.J. Gillooly, John Possehl, Joseph D. Orr, William J. McSorley, E.J. Manion, Fred H. Fljozdal, J.S. Wilds.

  2  
0685. Box 2/Folder 5. Industrial Unionism Speech Correspondence. 60 pages. (8)
Major Subjects: Reactions to an Address Delivered before the United Mine Workers of America by William Green on February 3, 1936, Industrial Unionism. Principal Correspondents: Fred W. Baer, Frank Duffy, James Maloney, Morris c. Feinstone, Harry Fishwick, William J. Kelly, John J. Mara, W.J. Gillooley, Harry C. Bates.

  2  
0745. Box 2/Folder 6. Press Releases on the Formation of the Committee for Industrial Organization. 53 pages. (9)
Major Subjects: Industrial Unionism, Dual Unionism, Union Organization (Committee on Industrial Organization). Principal Correspondents: John L. Lewis, Charles P. Howard.

  2  
0798. Box 2/Folder 7. Press Releases on the Formation of the Committee on Industrial Organization. 56 pages. (10)
Major Subjects: Union Organization (Metal Workers, Auto Workers), Tampa 1937 Annual Convention, Industrial Unionism, Dual Unionism. Principal Correspondents: John L. Lewis, Charles P. Howard, John P. Frey, Woodruff Randolph, Edward J. Volz, Louis Stark, Michael F. Greene, Jonathan Eddy, Frank Morrison, Francis Gorman, Sidney Hillman.

  2  
0854. Box 2/Folder 8. statements on Industrial Unionism by John P. Frey. 45 pages. (11)
Major Subjects: Union Organization (Metal Workers), Committee on Industrial Organization, Dual Unionism.

  3  
Historical File, 1934-1942 (continued). Convention File, 1935-1952.
  3  
0001. Box 3/Folder 1. Proceedings [Indexed] of the executive Council of the American Federation of Labor, in the Matter of Charges Filed by the Metal Trades Department Against the Committee for Industrial Organization and National and International Unions (1)
  3  
0345. Box 3/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers regarding Revocation of the Charter of the Contra Costa Central Labor Council (Richmond, California), Toronto Central Trades Council (Ontario, Canada). 38 pages. (2)
  3  
0383. Box 3/Folder 3. Correspondence and Resolutions regarding the Revocation of Charters of the National and International Unions Previously Placed under Suspension. 60 pages. (3)
Major Subjects: Miami 1938 Executive Council Meeting, Minutes of Meetings, Union Organization (Steel Workers), Revocation of Charters. Principal Correspondents: G.M. Bugniazet, John L. Lewis, Clarence E. Swick, Reid Robinson, Paul W. Fuller, Sidney Hillman, S.H. Dalrymple, Charlton Ogburn, Louis Leonard, M.F. Tighe, B. Frank Bennett, W.D. Mahon, George M. Harrison, Frank Duffy, Homer Martin, George F. Addes, A.O. Wharton, Frank Morrison, Felix Knight, Matthew Woll, T.A. Rickert, Francis Gorman.

  3  
0443. Box 3/Folder 4. Relations of Local Unions with the Committee of Industrial Organizations. 75 pages. (4)
Major Subjects: Union Organization (Machinists, Boilermakers, Maritime Workers), Seattle and Bellingham, Washington, American Youth Congress, Labor's Nonpartisan League, Mediation, Political Mobilization. Principal Correspondents: P.W. Osbun, Joseph A. Padway, Thomas Crowe, H.W. Brown, F.D. Laudeman, I.A. Sandvigen, Charles E. Hughes, Meyer L. Lewis, Fred Kruse, Harry Nicholas, C.W. Doyle, Leo F. Flynn, F.J. Lowry, Guilford Moe, Roy Lancaster, John T. Jones, Eric Peterson, George L. Berry.

  3  
0518. Box 3/Folder 5. Correspondence regarding Organizers' Applications. 108 pages. (5)
Major Subjects: Union Organization (Mine Workers), Negro Organizers, Anthracite Settlement, Campaigns against Committee for Industrial Organizations.

  3  
0626. Box 3/Folder 6. Correspondence from Organizers. 49 pages. (6)
Major Subjects: Dual Unionism, Campaigns against Committee for Industrial Organizations, National War Labor Board, Labor Journals. Principal Correspondents: J.T. Woodward, J.J. Brown, William F. Knight, George W. Taylor, William H. Davis, Cornelius Maiden, Paul J. Smith, John P. Coyne, W.D. Mahon, Felix H. Knight, Roy Horn, Sidney Hillman.

  3  
0675. Box 3/Folder 7. Papers regarding United Construction Workers, CIO Organizing Committee. 20 pages. (7)
  3  
0695. Box 3/Folder 8. Correspondence with Congressmen and Senators regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 71 pages. (8)
  3  
0766. Box 3/Folder 9. News releases from Harry Bridges Defense Committee. March 19-September 4. 89 pages. (9)
Major Subjects: Congress of Industrial Organizations, Union Organization (Longshoremen and Marine Workers Industrial Union), Federal Bureau of Investigation, Gangsters, Deportation Proceedings for Alleged Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and Communist Affiliations.

  3  
0855. Box 4/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Conventions. 153 pages. (10)
Major Subjects: Atlantic City 1935 Annual Convention, Tampa 1936 Annual Convention, 1935 Executive Council Sessions, 1936 Executive Council Sessions, Committee for Industrial Organization, Industrial Unionism, dual Unionism, Suspensions, Efforts at Rapprochement. Principal Correspondents: George H. Lakey, A.O. Wharton, John Possehl, Joseph Jones, John L. Lewis, Sidney Hillman, Charles P. Howard, D.W. Tracey, John P. Frey, Max Zaritsky, Joseph Obergfell, Charlton Ogburn, David Dubinsky, Matthew Woll, Edward Flore, Walter Smethurst.

  4  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (continued)
  4  
0001. Box 4/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 60 pages. (1)
Major Subjects: 1937 Executive Council Sessions, Industrial Unionism, Dual Unionism, Committee for Industrial Organization, General Motors Corporation Settlement, Union Organization (Auto Workers, Miners, Steel Workers), Revocations of Charters, Rules of Order on Seating Members of Committee for Industrial Organization at Convention, Progressive Miners Union of Illinois. Principal Correspondents: General Hugh S. Johnson, Alfred P. Sloan, Thomas Kennedy, John P. Frey, Frank Morrison, Frank Farrington, Charlton Ogburn, William L. Hutcheson, Duncan McDonald, Frank Duffy, Woodruff Randolph, Edward J. Volz, John H. Walker, Joseph A. Padway, Joseph Obergfell.

  4  
0061. Box 4/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 26 pages. (2)
Major Subjects: Executive Council Meetings, Efforts at Rapprochement. Principal Correspondents: Daniel J. Tobin, William L. Hutcheson, John P. Frey, George M. Harrison.

  4  
0086. Box 4/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 99 pages. (3)
Major Subjects: Efforts at Rapprochement, Committee to Meet with CIO, Dual Unions, Industrial Unionism, Union Organization (Carpenters, Teamsters), News Management, Executive Council Meetings, News Releases. Principal Correspondents: President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Bates, Daniel Tobin, Matthew Woll, V.L. Young, Ben Tillett, J.L. Phillips, T.A. Rickert, Frank Morrison, Edward Flore, W.D. Mahon, Frank Duffy, John P. Frey, Theodore W. Noyes, Joseph Weber, A.O. Wharton, G.M. Bugniazet, George Lynch, K.A. Franklin, Patrick E. Gorman, Joseph P. Ryan, Louis Stark.

  4  
0185. Box 4/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Conventions. 138 pages. (4)
Major Subjects: Efforts at Rapprochement, Committee to Meet with CIO, Resolutions, News Management, Executive Council Meetings, War Labor Board, Jurisdictional Disputes, CIO, "No Strike" Pledge. Principal Correspondents: President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Matthew Woll, Daniel J. Tobin, John L. Lewis, Phillip Murray, Arthur H. Sulzberger, George Lynch, Robert Ramspeck, Jennings Randolph, Frank Duffy, William L. Hutcheson, Joseph A. Padway, Edward Flore, G.M. Bugniazet, Harry Bates, Harvey W. Brown, William C. Birthright, William D. Mahon, David Dubinsky, George Meany, William H. Davis, Roy Horn, John P. Frey, John J. Murphy, Walter Citrine, George M. Harrison.

  4  
0323. Box 4/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Conventions. 180 pages. (5)
Major Subjects: Executive Council Meetings, Political Collaborations with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, Union Organization (Building Trades and Machinists), News Management, Labor Journals, Panama Canal Zone, Legislative Issues (Taft-Hartley Act), Committee to Meet with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, Joint Statement AFL-CIO Conference, Resolutions, Workmen's Circle State Federations, Central Labor Councils, United States Supreme Court. Principal Correspondents: Phillip Murray, George M. Harrison, William E. Maloney, James O'Kane, Matthew Woll, Walter Citrine, George Meany, W.C. Hushing, W.D. Mahon, William L. Hutcheson, Harry Bates, John L. Lewis, Daniel J. Tobin, G.M. Bugniazet, N.C. Doherty, David Dubinsky, Felix H. Knight, Alan S. Haywood, Harry E. O'Reilly, K. de Jonge, Theodore Bonaventura, J. Albert Woll.

  4  
0503. Box 5/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 177 pages. (6)
  4  
0504. Box 5/Folder 1. Alaska Territorial Federation of Labor. 11 pages. (7)
  4  
0511. Box 5/Folder 1. Amendments to the American Federation of Labor Constitution. 36 pages. (8)
  4  
0547. Box 5/Folder 1. Automobile Safety Campaign. 4 pages. (9)
  4  
0551. Box 5/Folder 1. Cancer. 2 pages. (10)
  4  
0553. Box 5/Folder 1. Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere (C.A.R.E.). 3 pages. (11)
  4  
0556. Box 5/Folder 1. Central and State Body Affiliates. 25 pages. (12)
  4  
0581. Box 5/Folder 1. Civil Service Commission. 7 pages. (13)
  4  
0588. Box 5/Folder 1. Civil Service for Firefighters. 9 pages. (14)
  4  
0597. Box 5/Folder 1. Civil Service Status - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Class Postmasters. 3 pages. (15)
  4  
0600. Box 5/Folder 1. Changes of Title, International Unions. 9 pages. (16)
  4  
0609. Box 5/Folder 1. Communists in Government Service. 4 pages. (17)
  4  
0613. Box 5/Folder 1. Communism. 13 pages. (18)
  4  
0626. Box 5/Folder 1. Communist Press. 2 pages. (19)
  4  
0628. Box 5/Folder 1. Consumer Cooperatives and Credit Unions. 22 pages. (20)
  4  
0650. Box 5/Folder 1. Distilling Industry, Management-Labor Conference. 3 pages. (21)
  4  
0653. Box 5/Folder 1. Election Day Holiday. 24 pages. (22)
  4  
0677. Box 5/Folder 1. Employment Act of 1946. 3 pages. (23)
  4  
0680. Box 5/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Economic Mission for Europe. 26 pages. (24)
  4  
0706. Box 5/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - European Recovery Plan, American Federation of Labor Represented in. 132 pages. (25)
  4  
0838. Box 5/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - European Recovery Plan, Miscellaneous. 59 pages. (26)
  4  
0897. Box 5/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - European Recovery Plan, Trade Union Advisory Council. 148 pages. (27)
  5  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (continued)
  5  
0001. Box 5/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 133 pages. (1)
  5  
0002. Box 5/Folder 6. Extension of Social Security to Puerto Rico. 10 pages. (2)
  5  
0012. Box 5/Folder 6. Farm Workers, Minimum Wage. 2 pages. (3)
  5  
0014. Box 5/Folder 6. Federal Labor Union Department Proposed. 21 pages. (4)
  5  
0035. Box 5/Folder 6. Fisheries, Conservation of. 10 pages. (5)
  5  
0045. Box 5/Folder 6. Fisheries - North American. 20 pages. (6)
  5  
0065. Box 5/Folder 6. Foreign Labor Policy. 2 pages. (7)
  5  
0067. Box 5/Folder 6. Foreign Shipbuilding - American Loans. 2 pages. (8)
  5  
0069. Box 5/Folder 6. Fraternal Delegates - British Trades Union Congress. 65 pages. (9)
  5  
0134. Box 6/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 82 pages. (10)
  5  
0135. Box 6/Folder 1. Free Trade Union Committee Labor League for Human Rights. 12 pages. (11)
  5  
0147. Box 6/Folder 1. Future Wage Procedure. 6 pages. (12)
  5  
0153. Box 6/Folder 1. Government Firing, Indiscriminate. 3 pages. (13)
  5  
0156. Box 6/Folder 1. Government Personnel, Abuse of. 5 pages. (14)
  5  
0161. Box 6/Folder 1. Hawaii. 5 pages. (15)
  5  
0166. Box 6/Folder 1. Hawaii, Committee to Study Conditions in. 51 pages. (16)
  5  
0217. Box 6/Folder 1. Hollywood Jurisdictional Controversy. 9 pages. (17)
  5  
0226. Box 6/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Organization. 243 pages. (18)
  5  
0469. Box 6/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Relations Committee. 74 pages. (19)
  5  
0543. Box 6/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (20)
  5  
0544. Box 6/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - France. 39 pages. (21)
  5  
0583. Box 6/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Germany. 68 pages. (22)
  5  
0651. Box 6/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International and Labor Relations - Greece. 131 pages. (23)
  5  
0783. Box 6/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (24)
  5  
0784. Box 6/Folder 6. International Labor Relations - Italian American Labor Council. 2 pages. (25)
  5  
0786. Box 6/Folder 6. International Labor Relations - Italy. 16 pages. (26)
  5  
0802. Box 6/Folder 6. International Labor Relations - Japan. 41 pages. (27)
  5  
0843. Box 6/Folder 6. International Labor Relations - Jewish Labor Committee. 2 pages. (28)
  5  
0845. Box 6/Folder 6. International Labor Relations - Korea. 47 pages. (29)
  5  
0892. Box 7/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Labor's League for Political Education. 170 pages. (30)
  6  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (continued).
  6  
0001. Box 7/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Labor Paper (Daily). 32 pages. (1)
  6  
0033. Box 7/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Relations - Latin America. 264 pages. (2)
  6  
0297. Box 7/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 63 pages. (3)
  6  
0298. Box 7/Folder 4. Legislative Facilities. 2 pages. (4)
  6  
0300. Box 7/Folder 4. Longshoremen - Puerto Rico. 60 pages. (5)
  6  
0360. Box 7/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Machinists' Union - Dissolution. 45 pages. (6)
  6  
0405. Box 7/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Machinists' Union - Panama Canal Zone. 71 pages. (7)
  6  
0474. Box 7/Folder 7. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Marshall Plan for European Recovery. 97 pages. (8)
  6  
0571. Box 7/Folder 8. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (9)
  6  
0572. Box 7/Folder 8. Military Governments, United States Representatives in. 2 pages. (10)
  6  
0574. Box 7/Folder 8. Miners - Court Case (U.S. versus John L. Lewis and United Mine Workers of America). 7 pages. (11)
  6  
0581. Box 7/Folder 8. Minority Discrimination. 16 pages. (12)
  6  
0597. Box 7/Folder 8. Miscellaneous - International Labor Relations. 82 pages. (13)
  6  
0679. Box 7/Folder 8. Missouri Valley Development Plan. 20 pages. (14)
  6  
0699. Box 7/Folder 8. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Biased Administration of. 6 pages. (15)
  6  
0705. Box 7/Folder 8. New International Unions - Chartered. 2 pages. (16)
  6  
0707. Box 8/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (17)
  6  
0708. Box 8/Folder 1. Newsprint - Supply for Labor Press. 10 pages. (18)
  6  
0718. Box 8/Folder 1. Non-Communist Affidavits - Taft Hartley Act. 18 pages. (19)
  6  
0736. Box 8/Folder 1. Organizing Activities and Official Changes. 54 pages. (20)
  6  
0790. Box 8/Folder 1. Palestine - Trade Union Committee for Labor. 7 pages. (21)
  6  
0797. Box 8/Folder 1. Palm Springs - Anti-Labor Campaign. 2 pages. (22)
  6  
0799. Box 8/Folder 1. Payroll Savings Plan, United States. 4 pages. (23)
  6  
0803. Box 8/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (24)
  6  
0804. Box 8/Folder 2. Postal Service. 5 pages. (25)
  6  
0809. Box 8/Folder 2. Prices and Price Control. 35 pages. (26)
  6  
0834. Box 8/Folder 2. Public Relations - Program (Contract, etcetera). 68 pages. (27)
  6  
0902. Box 8/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Public Relations - Committee on Publicity. 183 pages. (28)
  7  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  7  
0001. Box 8/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  7  
0002. Box 8/Folder 4. Puerto Rico - Free Federation of Workingmen. 10 pages. (2)
  7  
0012. Box 8/Folder 4. Puerto Rico - Committee to Study Conditions. 20 pages. (3)
  7  
0032. Box 8/Folder 4. Railroad Signalmen - Reafilliation. 2 pages. (4)
  7  
0034. Box 8/Folder 4. Reports - Departments, Funds, Legal Activities. 54 pages. (5)
  7  
0088. Box 8/Folder 4. Retirement Plan - American Federation of Labor Employees. 13 pages. (6)
  7  
0101. Box 8/Folder 4. Social Security Service (American Federation of Labor), Expansion of. 2 pages. (7)
  7  
0103. Box 8/Folder 4. Sugar Workers - Suggested Conference. 5 pages. (8)
  7  
0108. Box 8/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Taft-Hartley Act. 167 pages. (9)
  7  
0275. Box 8/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Taft-Hartley Act. 152 pages. (10)
  7  
0427. Box 9/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (11)
  7  
0427. Box 9/Folder 1. Taft-Hartley Act. 58 pages. (12)
  7  
0485. Box 9/Folder 1. Machinists - Continued Disassociation. 26 pages. (13)
  7  
0511. Box 9/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (14)
  7  
0512. Box 9/Folder 2. Teacher Representation - United Nations Educational, Social, Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 17 pages. (15)
  7  
0529. Box 9/Folder 2. Territories, Organization Department for. 2 pages. (16)
  7  
0531. Box 9/Folder 2. Union Label Week. 2 pages. (17)
  7  
0533. Box 9/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - United Nations - International Labor Organization (ILO). 160 pages. (18)
  7  
0693. Box 9/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - United Nations - International Labor Organization. 202 pages. (19)
  7  
0895. Box 9/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - United Nations - Economic and Social Council Reports. 168 pages. (20)
  8  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  8  
0001. Box 9/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - United Nations - Palestine. 165 pages. (1)
  8  
0166. Box 9/Folder 7. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (2)
  8  
0167. Box 9/Folder 7. United Nations - Slave Labor. 18 pages. (3)
  8  
0185. Box 9/Folder 7. Vacations - 26 Days with Pay. 2 pages. (4)
  8  
0187. Box 9/Folder 7. "Westward Ho" Hotel - Strikebreakers. 5 pages. (5)
  8  
0192. Box 9/Folder 7. World Federation of Trade Unions. 17 pages. (6)
  8  
0209. Box 9/Folder 8. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (7)
  8  
0209. Box 9/Folder 8. Miscellaneous Resolutions of the Convention. 39 pages. (8)
  8  
0248. Box 9/Folder 8. Committee Appointments - No Action Necessary. 8 pages. (9)
  8  
0256. Box 10/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (10)
  8  
0257. Box 10/Folder 1. American Book Company - Unfair to Labor. 3 pages. (11)
  8  
0260. Box 10/Folder 1. British Trades Union Congress - Fraternal Delegates. 83 pages. (12)
  8  
0343. Box 10/Folder 1. Bureau of Apprentice Training. 2 pages. (13)
  8  
0345. Box 10/Folder 1. Bureau of Labor Statistics - Industrial safety. 2 pages. (14)
  8  
0347. Box 10/Folder 1. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Approval for. 2 pages. (15)
  8  
0349. Box 10/Folder 1. Auditing and Credentials Committee. 14 pages. (16)
  8  
0363. Box 10/Folder 1. Campaign - 1948 Miscellaneous. 93 pages. (17)
  8  
0456. Box 10/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (18)
  8  
0457. Box 10/Folder 2. Chicago Transit Company. 2 pages. (19)
  8  
0459. Box 10/Folder 2. Civil Rights. 4 pages. (20)
  8  
0463. Box 10/Folder 2. Convention Material - Cincinnati. 52 pages. (21)
  8  
0505. Box 10/Folder 2. Cooperative Buying to Combat High Prices. 2 pages. (22)
  8  
0507. Box 10/Folder 2. Council for Cooperative Development. 16 pages. (23)
  8  
0523. Box 10/Folder 2. Crusade for Children - Support. 2 pages. (24)
  8  
0525. Box 10/Folder 2. Daily Labor Press. 17 pages. (25)
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0542. Box 10/Folder 2. Discrimination against Youth of Draft Age by Industry. 4 pages. (26)
  8  
0546. Box 10/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA). 238 pages. (27)
  8  
0784. Box 10/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (28)
  8  
0785. Box 10/Folder 4. Education Program (American Federation of Labor). 2 pages. (29)
  8  
0787. Box 10/Folder 4. Electoral College. 3 pages. (30)
  8  
0790. Box 10/Folder 4. Engineers - Firemen and Oilers. 4 pages. (31)
  8  
0794. Box 10/Folder 4. European Recovery Program - Trade Union Advisory Committee. 29 pages. (32)
  8  
0823. Box 10/Folder 4. Executive Officers, Constitutional Amendments regarding. 4 pages. (33)
  8  
0827. Box 10/Folder 4. Federal Labor Union Council. 6 pages. (34)
  8  
0833. Box 10/Folder 4. Free Trade Union Committee - Labor's League for Human Rights. 59 pages. (35)
  8  
0892. Box 10/Folder 4. Government Contracts, Recognition of Western Industries in. 2 pages. (36)
  8  
0895. Box 10/Folder 4. Health and Safety Department - American Federation of Labor. 4 pages. (37)
  8  
0899. Box 10/Folder 4. Infringement of Professional Societies upon International Federation of Technical Engineers, Architects, and Draftsmen's Union ( IFTEA and DU) Jurisdiction. 4 pages. (38)
  8  
0903. Box 10/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Organization. 184 pages. (39)
  9  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  9  
0001. Box 11/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Relations - General File. 70 pages. (1)
  9  
0071. Box 11/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (2)
  9  
0072. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Austria. 7 pages. (3)
  9  
0079. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - China (Republic of China). 20 pages. (4)
  9  
0099. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Czechoslovakia. 1 page. (5)
  9  
0100. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - France. 11 pages. (6)
  9  
0111. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Great Britain. 2 pages. (7)
  9  
0113. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Latin America. 1 page. (8)
  9  
0114. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Guam. 4 pages. (9)
  9  
0118. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Hungary. 2 pages. (10)
  9  
0120. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - India. 63 pages. (11)
  9  
0183. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Indonesia. 2 pages. (12)
  9  
0185. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Israel. 3 pages. (13)
  9  
0188. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - China (Russian Refugees). 8 pages. (14)
  9  
0196. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Transport Workers' Federation. 2 pages. (15)
  9  
0198. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Italy. 9 pages. (16)
  9  
0207. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Japan. 10 pages. (17)
  9  
0217. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Korea (Republic of Korea). 4 pages. (18)
  9  
0221. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Netherlands. 1 page. (19)
  9  
0222. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations Poland. 28 pages. (20)
  9  
0250. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Spain. 53 pages. (21)
  9  
0303. Box 11/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Latin America. 1 page. (22)
  9  
0304. Box 11/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (23)
  9  
0305. Box 11/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Germany. 113 pages. (24)
  9  
0418. Box 11/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Greece. 43 pages. (25)
  9  
0461. Box 11/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention (26)
  9  
0462. Box 11/Folder 4. International Trade Union Secretariats. 5 pages. (27)
  9  
0467. Box 11/Folder 4. Italian-American Labor Council. 2 pages. (28)
  9  
0469. Box 11/Folder 4. Jewish Labor Council. 2 pages. (29)
  9  
0471. Box 11/Folder 4. Jurisdictional Disputes. 2 pages. (30)
  9  
0473. Box 11/Folder 4. Jurisdiction - Sailors Union. 3 pages. (31)
  9  
0476. Box 11/Folder 4. Labor's League for Political Education. 67 pages. (32)
  9  
0543. Box 11/Folder 4. Labor Unity. 15 pages. (33)
  9  
0558. Box 11/Folder 4. Latin American Confederation of Workers (C.I.T.). 67 pages. (34)
  9  
0651. Box 11/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (35)
  9  
0652. Box 11/Folder 5. Legislative Committee - Expansion. 2 pages. (36)
  9  
0654. Box 11/Folder 5. Local Union - Affiliation with State Federations and Central Labor Unions. 13 pages. (37)
  9  
0667. Box 11/Folder 5. Miami Beach Union Organization - Hotel and Restaurant Employees. 11 pages. (38)
  9  
0678. Box 11/Folder 5. National Legislative Council. 95 pages. (39)
  9  
0773. Box 11/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (40)
  9  
0774. Box 11/Folder 6. Peter J. McGuire Memorial. 19 pages. (41)
  9  
0793. Box 11/Folder 6. Political Action - New Political Party. 4 pages. (42)
  9  
0797. Box 11/Folder 6. Organization - Forestry Workers. 3 pages. (43)
  9  
0800. Box 11/Folder 6. Organizers (Additional) - Alaska. 20 pages. (44)
  9  
0820. Box 11/Folder 6. Palestine. 8 pages. (45)
  9  
0828. Box 11/Folder 6. Peter J. McGuire Memorial. 3 pages. (46)
  9  
0831. Box 11/Folder 6. Political Action - New Political Party. 3 pages. (47)
  9  
0834. Box 11/Folder 6. Publicity - Radio and Labor Press. 54 pages. (48)
  9  
0889. Box 11/Folder 6. Public Relations Program. 2 pages. (49)
  9  
0891. Box 12/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (50)
  9  
0892. Box 12/Folder 1. Reports - Departments, Organization, and Campaigns. 90 pages. (51)
  9  
0981. Box 12/Folder 1. Resolutions - Reference and Subjects for Attention. 12 pages. (52)
  9  
0993. Box 12/Folder 1. Speakers Invited to Address Convention. 65 pages. (53)
  10  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  10  
0001. Box 12/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  10  
0002. Box 12/Folder 2. State Federations of Labor - Affiliations. 16 pages. (2)
  10  
0018. Box 12/Folder 2. Strike Benefits. 5 pages. (3)
  10  
0023. Box 12/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Taft-Harley Act (Labor Legislation). 128 pages. (4)
  10  
0151. Box 12/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Taft-Hartley Act (Miscellaneous). 128 pages. (5)
  10  
0279. Box 12/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (6)
  10  
0280. Box 12/Folder 5. Commercial Telegraphers - Support. 13 pages. (7)
  10  
0293. Box 12/Folder 5. United Nations - UNESCO and General. 127 pages. (8)
  10  
0420. Box 12/Folder 5. Trade Union Fellowship Program. 3 pages. (9)
  10  
0423. Box 12/Folder 5. War Department - Engraved Certificate. 2 pages. (10)
  10  
0425. Box 12/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (11)
  10  
0426. Box 12/Folder 6. Proposed New World Federation of Labor. 142 pages. (12)
  10  
0468. Box 12/Folder 6. World Federation of Trade Unions. 32 pages. (13)
  10  
0600. Box 12/Folder 7. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Resolutions - No Action Necessary and Non-Concurred. 20 pages. (14)
  10  
0620. Box 13/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (15)
  10  
0621. Box 13/Folder 1. Aid to Typographical Union. 9 pages. (16)
  10  
0630. Box 13/Folder 1. apprenticeship Committee. 2 pages. (17)
  10  
0632. Box 13/Folder 1. Auditing and Credentials Committee. 12 pages. (18)
  10  
0644. Box 13/Folder 1. Building Trades - Union Button. 5 pages. (19)
  10  
0649. Box 13/Folder 1. Bureau of apprenticeship. 2 pages. (20)
  10  
0651. Box 13/Folder 1. Bureau of Labor Standards. 2 pages. (21)
  10  
0653. Box 13/Folder 1. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2 pages. (22)
  10  
0655. Box 13/Folder 1. Community Chests. 16 pages. (23)
  10  
0671. Box 13/Folder 1. Conscientious Objectors. 17 pages. (24)
  10  
0688. Box 13/Folder 1. Convention Date Change. 4 pages. (25)
  10  
0692. Box 13/Folder 1. Election Day Holiday. 2 pages. (26)
  10  
0694. Box 13/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (27)
  10  
0695. Box 13/Folder 2. Federal Labor Union - Council. 5 pages. (28)
  10  
0700. Box 13/Folder 2. Federal Labor Union - Principle. 3 pages. (29)
  10  
0703. Box 13/Folder 2. Firefighters - Panama Canal Zone. 4 pages. (30)
  10  
0707. Box 13/Folder 2. Fishing Commission - International. 32 pages. (31)
  10  
0739. Box 13/Folder 2. Flag Day - Observance. 9 pages. (32)
  10  
0748. Box 13/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA) - European Recovery Plan. 215 pages. (33)
  11  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  11  
0001. Box 13/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  11  
0002. Box 13/Folder 4. Fraternal Delegates. 63 pages. (2)
  11  
0065. Box 13/Folder 4. Gompers Centenary. 72 pages. (3)
  11  
0137. Box 13/Folder 4. Hawaii - Aid to American Federation of Labor Unions. 9 pages. (4)
  11  
0146. Box 13/Folder 4. History of American Federation of Labor - Proposed. 6 pages. (5)
  11  
0152. Box 13/Folder 4. History of American Federation of Labor - Film. 18 pages. (6)
  11  
0170. Box 13/Folder 4. Indiana - Organizing Staff. 2 pages. (7)
  11  
0172. Box 13/Folder 4. Ireland, Partition of. 12 pages. (8)
  11  
0184. Box 13/Folder 4. Israel. 24 pages. (9)
  11  
0208. Box 13/Folder 4. Italian-American Labor Council. 2 pages. (10)
  11  
0210. Box 13/Folder 4. Italy, free Trade Unionism in. 2 pages. (11)
  11  
0212. Box 14/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (12)
  11  
0213. Box 14/Folder 1. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) - General. 96 pages. (13)
  11  
0309. Box 14/Folder 1. ICFTU - London 1949 Meeting. 51 pages. (14)
  11  
0358. Box 14/Folder 1. ICFTU - Africa. 35 pages. (15)
  11  
0393. Box 14/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - ICFTU - London 1949 Meeting (Special Material for President Green). 120 pages. (16)
  11  
0514. Box 14/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - ICFTU - Miscellaneous. 51 pages. (17)
  11  
0565. Box 14/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - ICFTU - Conferences. 133 pages. (18)
  11  
0699. Box 14/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - ICFTU - Executive Board. 139 pages. (19)
  11  
0837. Box 14/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Organization (ILO). 111 pages. (20)
  12  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  12  
0001. Box 15/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labor Relations - General. 71 pages. (1)
  12  
0072. Box 15/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (2)
  12  
0073. Box 15/Folder 2.. International Labor Relations - China. 41 pages. (3)
  12  
0114. Box 15/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Finland. 9 pages. (4)
  12  
0123. Box 15/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - France. 31 pages. (5)
  12  
0154. Box 15/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Germany. 123 pages. (6)
  12  
0277. Box 15/Folder 2. International Labor Relations - Greece. 61 pages. (7)
  12  
0338. Box 15/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (8)
  12  
0339. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Hungary. 2 pages. (9)
  12  
0341. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - India. 78 pages. (10)
  12  
0419. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Indonesia. 23 pages. (11)
  12  
0442. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Israel. 6 pages. (12)
  12  
0448. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Italy. 22 pages. (13)
  12  
0470. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Japan. 38 pages. (14)
  12  
0508. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Korea (ROK). 18 pages. (15)
  12  
0526. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Norway. 2 pages. (16)
  12  
0528. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Pakistan. 4 pages. (17)
  12  
0532. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Poland. 6 pages. (18)
  12  
0538. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Serbia. 7 pages. (19)
  12  
0545. Box 15/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Spain. 56 pages. (20)
  12  
0601. Box 15/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. 188 pages. (21)
  12  
0602. Box 15/Folder 4. New International Unions Chartered. 2 pages. (22)
  12  
0604. Box 15/Folder 4. Jewish Labor Committee. 2 pages. (23)
  12  
0606. Box 15/Folder 4. Labor Films, Proposed. 3 pages. (24)
  12  
0609. Labor's League for Political Education. 115 pages. (25)
  12  
0714. Box 15/Folder 4. Labor Paper - National. 3 pages. (26)
  12  
0717. Box 15/Folder 4. Latin American Activities. 72 pages. (27)
  12  
0789. Box 16/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (28)
  12  
0790. Box 16/Folder 1. Legal Activities. 61 pages. (29)
  12  
0851. Box 16/Folder 1. Literature - Distribution. 2 pages. (30)
  12  
0853. Box 16/Folder 1. Machinists - Proposed Reaffiliation. 69 pages. (31)
  12  
0922. Box 16/Folder 1. Minneapolis - Wage and Hour Regional Office. 18 pages. (32)
  13  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  13  
0001. Box 16/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  13  
0002. Box 16/Folder 2. Organizing Campaign - State Federations Conference. 99 pages. (2)
  13  
0101. Box 16/Folder 2. Organizing Campaign - 1950. 36 pages. (3)
  13  
0137. Box 16/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (4)
  13  
0138. Box 16/Folder 3. Political Candidates. 2 pages. (5)
  13  
0140. Box 16/Folder 3. President's Safety Conference. 6 pages. (6)
  13  
0146. Box 16/Folder 3. Public Relations - Radio and Labor Press. 18 pages. (7)
  13  
0164. Box 16/Folder 3. Puerto Rico. 9 pages. (8)
  13  
0173. Box 16/Folder 3. Puerto Rico - Labor Conditions. 42 pages. (9)
  13  
0215. Box 16/Folder 3. Resolutions - Record of Reference to Departments for Attention. 18 pages. (10)
  13  
0233. Box 16/Folder 3. Reports - Publications, Departments, and Committees. 38 pages. (11)
  13  
0271. Box 16/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (12)
  13  
0272. Box 16/Folder 4. Seafarers - Merchant Marine. 4 pages. (13)
  13  
0276. Box 16/Folder 4. Shorter Workweek. 2 pages. (14)
  13  
0278. Box 16/Folder 4. Strike Benefits. 3 pages. (15)
  13  
0281. Box 16/Folder 4. Taft-Hartley Act. 9 pages. (16)
  13  
0290. Box 16/Folder 4. United Nations - United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 84 pages. (17)
  13  
0374. Box 16/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (18)
  13  
0375. Box 16/Folder 5. Union Label Week. 9 pages. (19)
  13  
0384. Box 16/Folder 5. White Collar Workers. 3 pages. (20)
  13  
0387. Box 16/Folder 5. Workers Education Bureau. 40 pages. (21)
  13  
0427. Box 16/Folder 5. Resolutions - No Action Necessary and Non-Concurred. 11 pages. (22)
  13  
0438. Box 17/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (23)
  13  
0439. Box 17/Folder 1. Africa and the Point Four Program. 2 pages. (24)
  13  
0441. Box 17/Folder 1. African Federation. 2 pages. (25)
  13  
0443. Box 17/Folder 1. American Commercial Fleet. 29 pages. (26)
  13  
0472. Box 17/Folder 1. Boycott- Products of Slave Labor. 8 pages. (27)
  13  
0480. Box 17/Folder 1. C.A.R.E. 7 pages. (28)
  13  
0487. Box 17/Folder 1. Civil Rights. 2 pages. (29)
  13  
0489. Box 17/Folder 1. Communism. 15 pages. (30)
  13  
0504. Box 17/Folder 1. Convention - Hotel Accommodations. 5 pages. (31)
  13  
0509. Box 17/Folder 1. Declaration of Human Rights. 5 pages. (32)
  13  
0514. Box 17/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA). 267 pages. (33)
  13  
0781. Box 17/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (34)
  13  
0782. Box 17/Folder 3. Education in European Communities - Financing. 2 pages. (35)
  13  
0784. Box 17/Folder 3. Election Day Holiday. 4 pages. (36)
  13  
0788. Box 17/Folder 3. Enlisted Personnel - Navy Shipyards. 9 pages. (37)
  13  
0797. Box 17/Folder 3. Expose Stockholm Petition. 6 pages. (38)
  13  
0803. Box 17/Folder 3. Farm Subsidies. 5 pages. (39)
  13  
0808. Box 17/Folder 3. Farm Workers - Collective Bargaining Rights. 6 pages. (40)
  13  
0814. Box 17/Folder 3. Firefighters - Wages and Working Conditions. 11 pages. (41)
  13  
0825/ Box 17/Folder 3. Flag Day - Observance. 2 pages. (42)
  13  
0827. Box 17/Folder 3. Fraternal Delegates. 70 pages. (43)
  13  
0897. Box 17/Folder 3. Free Trade Union Committee. 6 pages. (44)
  13  
0903. Box 17/Folder 3. German Property - Return to Former Owners. 2 pages. (45)
  13  
0905. Box 17/Folder 3. Gompers Centenary - Report. 36 pages. (46)
  13  
0941. Box 17/Folder 3. Gompers Institute of Labor Relations. 2 pages. (47)
  13  
0943. Box 17/Folder 3. Guantanamo Naval Base - Employee Wages. 7 pages. (48)
  13  
0950. Box 17/Folder 3. Hawaii - Aid for American Federation of Labor (AFL) Unions. 9 pages. (49)
  14  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued).
  14  
0001. Box 17/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  14  
0002. Box 17/Folder 4. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) - Milan Congress of July 1951. 79 pages. (2)
  14  
0080. Box 17/Folder 4. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) - Executive Board and General. 109 pages. (3)
  14  
0189. Box 17/Folder 4. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) - Board Meeting, Milan. July 1951. 122 pages. (4)
  14  
0311. Box 18/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (5)
  14  
0312. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - China. 32 pages. (6)
  14  
0344. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - Germany/Austria. 81 pages. (7)
  14  
0425. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - India. 23 pages. (8)
  14  
0428. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - Italy. 44 pages. (9)
  14  
0472. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - Japan. 30 pages. (10)
  14  
0502. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - Korea (ROK). 12 pages. (11)
  14  
0514. Box 18/Folder 1. International Labor Relations - Spain. 35 pages. (12)
  14  
0549. Box 18/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. International Labor Organization. 147 pages. (13)
  14  
0696. Box 18/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. International Labor Relations - Miscellaneous. 177 pages. (14)
  14  
0873. Box 18/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. International Longshoremen's Association - New York State Crime Commission Report. 164 pages. (15)
  15  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued)
  15  
0001. Box 19/Folder 1. Correspondence and papers relating to Convention. (1)
  15  
0002. Box 19/Folder 1. Ireland. 6 pages. (2)
  15  
0008. Box 19/Folder 1. Jewish Labor Committee. 2 pages. (3)
  15  
0010. Box 19/Folder 1. Korea (ROK). 9 pages. (4)
  15  
0019. Box 19/Folder 1. Labor Representation in Foreign Policy. 14 pages. (5)
  15  
0033. Box 19/Folder 1. Labor Unity. 2 pages. (6)
  15  
0035. Box 19/Folder 1. Machinists - Reaffiliation. 86 pages. (7)
  15  
0121. Box 19/Folder 1. Mexico, American Actors in. 6 pages. (8)
  15  
0127. Box 19/Folder 1. Military Encroachment - Civilian occupations. 4 pages. (9)
  15  
0131. Box 19/Folder 1. National Labor Relations Board - Counsel Denham Removed. 6 pages. (10)
  15  
0137. Box 19/Folder 1. Official Changes. 19 pages. (11)
  15  
0156. Box 19/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (12)
  15  
0157. Box 19/Folder 2. Organizing Activities. 70 pages. (13)
  15  
0227. Box 19/Folder 2. Pension Plans. 9 pages. (14)
  15  
0236. Box 19/Folder 2. Program to Reach Russian People. 8 pages. (15)
  15  
0244. Box 19/Folder 2. Promulgate our Democratic Creed. 8 pages. (16)
  15  
0252. Box 19/Folder 2. Public Relations - Radio and the Labor Press. 17 pages. (17)
  15  
0269. Box 19/Folder 2. American Federation of Labor Radio Broadcasts. 5 pages. (18)
  15  
0274. Box 19/Folder 2. Auditing and Credentials Committee. 12 pages. (19)
  15  
0286. Box 19/Folder 2. Resolutions - Record of Reference to Department for Attention. 13 pages. (20)
  15  
0299. Box 19/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers Relating to Convention. (21)
  15  
0300. Box 19/Folder 3. Reports - Executive Council, Office of Legal Counsel, and Departments. 144 pages. (22)
  15  
0444. Box 19/Folder 3. School for International Affairs. 8 pages. (23)
  15  
0452. Box 19/Folder 3. Southern Organizing Campaign. 2 pages. (24)
  15  
0454. Box 19/Folder 3. State and Central Body Affiliation. 3 pages. (25)
  15  
0457. Box 19/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (26)
  15  
0458. Box 19/Folder 4. Stitzel-Weller Company - Anti-Union Activities. 2 pages. (27)
  15  
0460. Box 19/Folder 4. Strike Benefits. 6 pages. (28)
  15  
0466. Box 19/Folder 4. Trade Union Advisory Committee - Department of Labor.; 5 pages. (29)
  15  
0471. Box 19/Folder 4. United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 21 pages. (30)
  15  
0492. Box 19/Folder 4. Union Label. 7 pages. (31)
  15  
0499. Box 19/Folder 4. Union Labor Veterans - National Conference. 2 pages. (32)
  15  
0501. Box 19/Folder 4. United Mine Workers. 3 pages. (33)
  15  
0504. Box 19/Folder 4. United Nations. 16 pages. (34)
  15  
0520. Box 19/Folder 4. Wage Rates In Puerto Rico. 7 pages. (35)
  15  
0527. Box 19/Folder 4. Wages and Prices. 17 pages. (36)
  15  
0544. Box 19/Folder 4. Workers Education Bureau. 28 pages. (37)
  15  
0572. Box 19/Folder 4. Resolutions - No Action Necessary and Non-Concurred. 11 pages. (38)
  15  
0583. Box 20/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (39)
  15  
0584. Box 20/Folder 1. Anchorage, Alaska - Freight Rates. 8 pages. (40)
  15  
0592. Box 20/Folder 1. Boilermakers-Blacksmiths Amalgamation. 12 pages. (41)
  15  
0602. Box 20/Folder 1. Bond Program, United States Savings. 7 pages. (42)
  15  
0609. Box 20/Folder 1. C.A.R.E. 4 pages. (43)
  15  
0614. Box 20/Folder 1. Civil Rates, American Federation of Labor work on. 3 pages. (44)
  15  
0617. Box 20/Folder 1. Communism - Economic Trends in Europe and the Middle East. 63 pages. (45)
  15  
0680. Box 20/Folder 1. Community Chests and Councils. 6 pages. (46)
  15  
0686. Box 20/Folder 1. Conversion of Defense Plant Facilities. 6 pages. (47)
  15  
0692. Box 20/Folder 1. Daily Labor Press. 4 pages. (48)
  15  
0696. Box 20/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (49)
  15  
0697. Box 20/Folder 2. Defense Orders - Union Shops. 10 pages. (50)
  15  
0707. Box 20/Folder 2. Farm Organizations. 26 pages. (51)
  15  
0733. Box 20/Folder 2. Federal Labor Union Conferences. 3 pages. (52)
  15  
0736. Box 20/Folder 2. Free Trade Union Committee. 25 pages. (53)
  15  
0761. Box 20/Folder 2. Histadrut-Israeli Federation of Labor. 2 pages. (54)
  15  
0763. Box 20/Folder 2. Housing - Advisory Committee Home Finance Agency. 15 pages. (55)
  15  
0778. Box 20/Folder 2. Insurance Agents Strike - Prudential Insurance Company. 39 pages. (56)
  15  
0817. Box 20/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). 182 pages. (57)
  16  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued)
  16  
0001. Box 20/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). 235 pages. (1)
January-June 1952.

  16  
0236. Box 20/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (2)
  16  
0237. Box 20/Folder 5. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). 139 pages. (3)
June-December, 1952.

  16  
0376. Box 20/Folder 5. Replies to Letter of May 2 regarding International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). 50 pages. (4)
  16  
0426. Box 21/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labour Organization. 138 pages. (5)
1950-January 1952.

  16  
0565. Box 21/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - International Labour Organization. 144 pages. (6)
January-September, 1952

  16  
0710. Box 21/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (7)
  16  
0711. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - General Matters. 60 pages. (8)
  16  
0771. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Albania. 5 pages. (9)
  16  
0776. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Australia. 3 pages. (10)
  16  
0779. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - China (ROC). 6 pages. (11)
  16  
0785. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Denmark. 12 pages. (12)
  16  
0797. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - France. 10 pages. (13)
  16  
0807. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Germany/Austria. 129 pages. (14)
  16  
0936. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - Greece. 5 pages. (15)
  16  
0941. Box 21/Folder 3. International Labor Relations - India. 32 pages. (16)
  17  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued)
  17  
0001. Box 21/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  17  
0002. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Indonesia. 15 pages. (2)
  17  
0017. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Israel. 5 pages. (3)
  17  
0022. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Italy. 23 pages. (4)
  17  
0045. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Japan. 97 pages. (5)
  17  
0142. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Korea (ROK). 13 pages. (6)
  17  
0155. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Latin America. 26 pages. (7)
  17  
0181. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Morocco. 15 pages. (8)
  17  
0196. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Pakistan. 10 pages. (9)
  17  
0206. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Poland. 14 pages. (10)
  17  
0220. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - South Africa. 7 pages. (11)
  17  
0227. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Spain. 9 pages. (12)
  17  
0236. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Switzerland. 6 pages. (13)
  17  
0242. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Tunisia. 29 pages. (14)
  17  
0271. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Turkey. 6 pages. (15)
  17  
0277. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Turks Island. 7 pages. (16)
  17  
0284. Box 21/Folder 4. International Labor Relations - Yugoslavia. 5 pages. (17)
  17  
0289. Box 21/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (18)
  17  
0290. Box 21/Folder 5. Partition of Ireland. 11 pages. (19)
  17  
0301. Box 21/Folder 5. Italian Peace Treaty. 10 pages. (20)
  17  
0311. Box 21/Folder 5. Labor Press Committee. 9 pages. (21)
  17  
0320. Box 21/Folder 5. Machinists - Reaffiliation. 61 pages. (22)
  17  
0381. Box 21/Folder 5. Meat Cutters-Leather Workers Amalgamation. 22 pages. (23)
  17  
0403. Box 21/Folder 5. Mexican-United States Labor Cooperation. 63 pages. (24)
  17  
0466. Box 22/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention - Mutual Security Administration (North Atlantic Treaty Organization and ECA). 199 pages. (25)
  17  
0665. Box 22/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (26)
  17  
0666. Box 22/Folder 2. Organization - Atomic Energy Plants. 5 pages. (27)
  17  
0671. Box 22/Folder 2. Organization - Expansion of American Federation of Labor Program. 6 pages. (28)
  17  
0677. Box 22/Folder 2. Organization - Southern California Campaign. 52 pages. (29)
  17  
0729. Box 22/Folder 2. Printing Paper - Cost and Shortage. 3 pages. (30)
  17  
0732. Box 22/Folder 2. Sugar - Sturdy of Domestic Situation. 4 pages. (31)
  17  
0736. Box 22/Folder 2. Taft-Hartley Act. 15 pages. (32)
  17  
0751. Box 22/Folder 2. Tobacco Workers-Teamsters Jurisdictional Dispute. 13 pages. (33)
  17  
0764. Box 22/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (34)
  17  
0765. Box 22/Folder 3. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. 32 pages. (35)
  17  
0797. Box 22/Folder 3. Union Label. 5 pages. (36)
  17  
0802. Box 22/Folder 3. United Labor Policy Committee. 13 pages. (37)
  17  
0815. Box 22/Folder 3. United Nations. 36 pages. (38)
  17  
0851. Box 22/Folder 3. Unity - AFL-CIO Conferences. 14 pages. (39)
  17  
0865. Box 22/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (40)
  17  
0866. Box 22/Folder 4. Wage Stabilization. 101 pages. (41)
  17  
0967. Box 22/Folder 4. Women Workers. 7 pages. (42)
  17  
0974. Box 22/Folder 4. Wage Stabilization. 83 pages. (43)
  18  
Convention File, 1935-1952 (Continued). Relations with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1935-1950.
  18  
0001. Box 23/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (1)
  18  
0002. Box 23/Folder 1. American Book Company - Anti-Union Activities. 7 pages. (2)
  18  
0009. Box 23/Folder 1. American Federationist. 4 pages. (3)
  18  
0013. Box 23/Folder 1. Appeal - C.A.R.E. 8 pages. (4)
  18  
0021. Box 23/Folder 1. Civil Defense. 7 pages. (5)
  18  
0028. Box 23/Folder 1. Community Chests - Defense Funds. 9 pages. (6)
  18  
0037. Box 23/Folder 1. Curtis Publishing Company, Organization of. 7 pages. (7)
  18  
0044. Box 23/Folder 1. Firefighters-Operating Engineers Jurisdictional Dispute. 26 pages. (8)
  18  
0070. Box 23/Folder 1. Foreign-Made Motion Pictures. 7 pages. (9)
  18  
0077. Box 23/Folder 1. Free Trade Union Committee. 5 pages. (10)
  18  
0082. Box 23/Folder 1. Gompers Memorial - City of Hope, California. 42 pages. (11)
  18  
0106. Box 23/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (12)
  18  
0107. Box 23/Folder 2. Government Printing Office - Minimum Pay for Bookbinders. 12 pages. (13)
  18  
0119. Box 23/Folder 2. Health Protection Services. 7 pages. (14)
  18  
0126. Box 23/Folder 2. Histadrut. 10 pages. (15)
  18  
0136. Box 23/Folder 2. Insurance Companies - Organizing Campaign. 9 pages. (16)
  18  
0145. Box 23/Folder 2. International Labor Organization. 47 pages. (17)
  18  
0192. Box 23/Folder 2. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). 45 pages. (18)
  18  
0237. Box 23/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (19)
  18  
0238. Box 23/Folder 3. Italy, Boys' Town of. 7 pages. (20)
  18  
0245. Box 23/Folder 3. Jurisdictional Disputes between American Federation of Labor Unions. 7 pages. (21)
  18  
0252. Box 23/Folder 3. Justice Department - Ruling on Motion Pictures. 15 pages. (22)
  18  
0267. Box 23/Folder 3. Labor's Daily - ITU. 5 pages. (23)
  18  
0272. Box 23/Folder 3. Labor Unity. 17 pages. (24)
  18  
0289. Box 23/Folder 3. Latin America. 17 pages. (25)
  18  
0306. Box 23/Folder 3. Legislation (State), Department of. 8 pages. (26)
  18  
0314. Box 23/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (27)
  18  
0315. Box 23/Folder 4. Mutual Security Agency - ECA. 13 pages. (28)
  18  
0328. Box 23/Folder 4. Senator McMahon - Nobel Peace Prize Requested. 8 pages. (29)
  18  
0336. Box 23/Folder 4. Postmaster General, Orders of the. 5 pages. (30)
  18  
0341. Box 23/Folder 4. Political Matters. 106 pages. (31)
  18  
0447. Box 23/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers relating to Convention. (32)
  18  
0448. Box 23/Folder 5. Organization - Craft Union. 13 pages. (33)
  18  
0461. Box 23/Folder 5. Resolutions Committee - Recommendations. 15 pages. (34)
  18  
0486. Box 23/Folder 5. State and City Central Body - Local Union Affiliation. 9 pages. (35)
  18  
0494. Box 23/Folder 5. Taft-Hartley Act, Developments under the. 44 pages. (36)
  18  
0538. Box 23/Folder 5. TV Channels for Labor Educational Programs. 6 pages. (37)
  18  
0544. Box 23/Folder 5. Union Label - Clubs. 7 pages. (38)
  18  
0551. Box 23/Folder 5. Union Label - Councils. 7 pages. (39)
  18  
0558. Box 23/Folder 5. Union Industries Show - Participation Urged. 7 pages. (40)
  18  
0565. United Nations - United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. 13 pages. (41)
  18  
0578. Box 23/Folder 5. Women Workers. 3 pages. (42)
  18  
0581. Box 24/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (43)
  18  
0582. Box 24/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 7 pages. (44)
  18  
0589. Box 24/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 85 pages. (45)
  18  
0674. Box 24/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 161 pages. (46)
  18  
0835. Box 24/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 260 pages. (47)
October 1937-January 1938.

  19  
Relations with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1935-1950 (Continued)
  19  
Box 24/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 202 pages. (1)
January- September 1938

  19  
0203. Box 24/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (2)
  19  
0204. Box 24/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 32 pages. (3)
October- December 1938.

  19  
0236. Box 24/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 103 pages. (4)
January- December 1939

  19  
0339. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 30 pages. (5)
January-June 1940.

  19  
0369. Box 24/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 18 pages. (6)
September-December 1941.

  19  
0387. Box 24/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 12 pages. (7)
January- June 1942.

  19  
0399. Box 25/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (8)
  19  
0400. Box 25/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 80 pages. (9)
April and August-December, 1942.

  19  
0480. Box 25/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 64 pages. (10)
January- June 1943.

  19  
0544. Box 25/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (11)
  19  
0545. Box 25/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 84 pages. (12)
January- November 1943.

  19  
0629. Box 25/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 26 pages. (13)
January- November 1944.

  19  
0655. Box 25/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (14)
  19  
0656. Box 25/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 15 pages. (15)
October- December 1945.

  19  
0671. Box 25/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 93 pages. (16)
January- December 1946.

  19  
0764. Box 25/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 58 pages. (17)
January- July 1947

  20  
Relations with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1935-1950 (Continued). Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1937-1947.
  20  
0001. Box 25/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (1)
  20  
0002. Box 25/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 40 pages. (2)
September-December 1948

  20  
0042. Box 25/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 26 pages. (3)
January- October 1949.

  20  
0068. Box 25/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 47 pages. (4)
May- September 1950.

  20  
0116. Box 26/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (5)
  20  
0117. Box 26/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 125 pages. (6)
May-December 1937.

  20  
0242. Box 26/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 141 pages. (7)
January-March 1938.

  20  
0383.Box 26/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (8)
  20  
0384. Box 26/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 187 pages. (9)
April-December 1938.

  20  
0571. Box 26/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 38 pages. (10)
January-March 1939.

  20  
0609. Box 26/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (11)
1939-1940, 1943-1944

  20  
0610. Box 26/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 35 pages. (12)
April-December 1939

  20  
0645. Box 26/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 19 pages. (13)
January-October 1940.

  20  
0664. Box 26/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 69 pages. (14)
February-December 1943.

  20  
0733. Box 26/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 168 pages. (15)
January-March 1944.

  21  
Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (Continued). Papers Favoring American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Unity, 1935-1951.
  21  
0001. Box 26/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with Congress of Industrial Organizations. (1)
1944, 1947.

  21  
0002. Box 26/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 119 pages. (2)
April-December 1944.

  21  
0121. Box 26/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers relating to Political Collaboration with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 86 pages. (3)
January-December 1947

  21  
0207. Box 27/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (4)
  21  
0208. Box 27/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 27 pages. (5)
November-December 1935.

  21  
0235. Box 27/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 244 pages. (6)
January-December 1936

  21  
0479. Box 27/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 191 pages. (7)
January-September 1937.

  21  
0670. Box 27/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 182 pages. (8)
October 1937.

  22  
Papers Favoring American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Unity, 1935-1951 (Continued).
  22  
0001. Box 27/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 292 pages. (1)
November-December 1937

  22  
0293. Box 27/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 215 pages. (2)
January-April 1938.

  22  
0508. Box 28/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 120 pages. (3)
May-September 1938.

  22  
0628. Box 28/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 206 pages. (4)
October 1938.

  22  
0834. Box 28/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 145 pages. (5)
November-December 1938.

  23  
Papers Favoring American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Unity, 1935-1951 (Continued).
  23  
0001. Box 28/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 188 pages. (1)
January-February 1939

  23  
0190. Box 28/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 218 pages. (2)
March 1-9, 1939.

  23  
0408. Box 28/Folder 6. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 255 pages. (3)
March 9-14, 1939.

  23  
0663. Box 29/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 272 pages. (4)
March 15-31, 1939.

  24  
Papers Favoring American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Unity, 1935-1951 (Continued). National and International Union Correspondence, 1935-1951.
  24  
0001. Box 29/Folder 2. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 248 pages. (1)
April-May 1939.

  24  
0249. Box 29/Folder 3. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 149 pages. (2)
June-December 1939.

  24  
0388. Box 29/Folder 4. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 107 pages. (3)
January-December 1940.

  24  
0595. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. (4)
  24  
0596. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 16 pages. (5)
June-December 1941.

  24  
0612. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 82 pages. (6)
January-September 1942.

  24  
0694. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 1 page. (7)
September 1943.

  24  
0695. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 2 pages. (8)
March 1944.

  24  
0697. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 3 pages. (9)
March 1945

  24  
0700. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 7 pages. (10)
December 1946

  24  
0707. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 63 pages. (11)
January-August 1947

  24  
0770. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 1 page. (12)
April 1950

  24  
0771. Box 29/Folder 5. Correspondence and Papers Favoring Unity with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 7 pages. (13)
April-May 1951.

  24  
0778. Box 30/Folder 1. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "A" (14)
  24  
0779. Box 30/Folder 1. Actors. 2 pages. (15)
  24  
0781. Box 30/Folder 1. Auto Workers. 261 pages. (16)
  25  
National and International Union Correspondence, 1935-1951 (Continued).
  25  
0001. Box 30/Folder 2. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Auto Workers (continued). 143 pages. (1)
  25  
0144. Box 30/Folder 3. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "B" (2)
  25  
0145. Box 30/Folder 5. Bakers. 8 pages. (3)
  25  
0153. Box 30/Folder 3. Barbers. 5 pages. (4)
1936 and 1951.

  25  
0158. Box 30/Folder 3. Blacksmiths. 79 pages. (5)
  25  
0237. Box 30/Folder 3. Boilermakers. 14 pages. (6)
  25  
0251. Box 30/Folder 3. Boot and Shoe Workers. 35 pages. (7)
  25  
0286. Box 30/Folder 4. Brewery Workers. 8 pages. (8)
1936 and 1942

  25  
0294. Box 30/Folder 3. Brick and Clay Workers. 14 pages. (9)
  25  
0308. Box 30/Folder 3. Bridge Workers. 31 pages. (10)
  25  
0339. Box 30/Folder 3. Building Service Employees. 18 pages. (11)
  25  
0357. Box 30/Folder 4. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "C" (12)
  25  
0358. Box 30/Folder 4. Railroad Carmen. 5 pages. (13)
1940 and 1947

  25  
0363. Box 30/Folder 4. Carpenters. 103 pages. (14)
  25  
0466. Box 30/Folder 4. Cement Workers. 94 pages. (15)
  25  
0560. Box 40/Folder 5. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "C" (continued)-"F" (16)
  25  
0561. Box 30/Folder 5. Cigar Makers. 13 pages. (17)
1937-1939 and 1947

  25  
0574.. Box 30/Folder 5. Cleaners and Dyers. 2 pages. (18)
  25  
0574. Box 30/Folder 5. Clerks. 41 pages. (19)
  25  
0615. Box 30/Folder 5. Electrical Workers. 33 pages. (20)
  25  
0648. Box 30/Folder 5. Farm Equipment Workers. 6 pages. (21)
  25  
0654. Box 30/Folder 5. Firemen and Oilers. 3 pages. (22)
  25  
0657. Box 30/Folder 5. Fur Workers. 169 pages. (23)
  25  
0826. Box 31/Folder 1. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "F" (continued)-"G" (24)
  25  
0827. Box 31/Folder 1. Furniture Workers. 3 pages. (25)
  25  
0830. Box 31/Folder 1. Garment Workers. 140 pages. (26)
  25  
0970. Box 31/Folder 1. Glass Workers. 36 pages. (27)
  25  
1006. Box 31/Folder 1. Glove Workers. 3 pages. (28)
  26  
National and International Union Correspondence, 1935-1951 (Continued).
  26  
0001. Box 31/Folder 2. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "G"" (continued)-"J" (1)
  26  
0002. Box 31/Folder 2. Government Employees. 10 pages. (2)
1936 and 1941-1942

  26  
0012. Box 31/Folder 2. Grain Processors. 4 pages. (3)
  26  
0016. Box 31/Folder 2. Handbag Workers. 29 pages. (4)
1938 and 1945

  26  
0045. Box 31/Folder 2. Hatters. 41 pages. (5)
1936-1939 and 1945-1947

  26  
0086. Box 31/Folder 2. Hod Carriers. 7 pages. (6)
  26  
0093. Box 31/Folder 2. Hotel and Restaurant Employees. 55 pages. (7)
  26  
0148. Box 31/Folder 2. Jewelry Workers. 16 pages. (8)
  26  
0164. Box 31/Folder 3. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "L"-"M" (9)
  26  
0165. Box 31/Folder 3. Laundry Workers. 4 pages. (10)
  26  
0169. Box 31/Folder 3. Leather Workers. 6 pages. (11)
  26  
0175. Box 31/Folder 3. Leather Carriers. 3 pages. (12)
  26  
0178. Box 31/Folder 3. Locomotive Engineers. 2 pages. (13)
  26  
0180. Box 31/Folder 3. Longshoremen. 46 pages. (14)
  26  
0226. Box 31/Folder 3. Machinists. 95 pages. (15)
  26  
0321. Box 31/Folder 3. Maintenance of Way. 7 pages. (16)
1936 and 1939

  26  
0328. Box 31/Folder 3. Marine engineers. 23 pages. (17)
  26  
0351. Box 31/Folder 3. Maritime Union. 16 pages. (18)
  26  
0367. Box 31/Folder 3. Metal Polishers. 9 pages. (19)
1936, 1940, and 1942

  26  
0376. Box 31/Folder 3. Match Workers. 3 pages. (20)
  26  
0379. Box 31/Folder 3. Meat Cutters. 34 pages. (21)
  26  
0413. Box 31/Folder 4. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Mine Workers. 262 pages. (22)
1935-July 1937

  26  
0676. Box 31/Folder 5. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Mine Workers. 210 pages. (23)
August 1937-May 1938

  26  
0886. Box 32/Folder 1. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Mine Workers. 215 pages. (24)
June 1938-August 1939.

  27  
National and International Union Correspondence, 1935-1951 (Continued).
  27  
0001. Box 32/Folder 2. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Mine Workers. 161 pages. (1)
October 1939-July 1947

  27  
0162. Box 32/Folder 3. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "M" (continued)-"O" (2)
  27  
0163. Box 32/Folder 3. Molders. 36 pages. (3)
1937, 1941, and 1943-1945

  27  
0199. Box 32/Folder 3. Municipal Employees. 23 pages. (4)
1937-1943 and 1947-1951.

  27  
0222. Box 32/Folder 3. Musicians. 22 pages. (5)
1937, 1941, and 1947

  27  
0244. Box 32/Folder 3. Office Workers. 34 pages. (6)
  27  
0278. Box 32/Folder 3. Oil Field Workers. 38 pages. (7)
  27  
0316. Box 32/Folder 3. Operating Engineers. 9 pages. (8)
1937 and 1943

  27  
0325. Box 32/Folder 4. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "P"-"R" (9)
  27  
0326. Box 32/Folder 4. Painters. 40 pages. (10)
  27  
0366. Box 32/Folder 4. Photo Engravers. 2 pages. (11)
  27  
0368. Box 32/Folder 4. Plasterers. 2 pages. (12)
  27  
0370. Box 32/Folder 4. Polishers, Metal. 1 page. (13)
  27  
0371. Box 32/Folder 4. Plumbers. 3 pages. (14)
  27  
0374. Box 32/Folder 4. Powder Workers. 8 pages. (15)
  27  
0382. Box 32/Folder 4. Rubber Workers. 5 pages. (16)
  27  
0387. Box 32/Folder 4. Printing Pressmen. 11 pages. (17)
1936 and 1945

  27  
0398. Box 32/Folder 4. Quarry Workers. 79 pages. (18)
  27  
0477. Box 32/Folder 5. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Newspaper Guild. 339 pages. (19)
  27  
0816. Box 32/Folder 6. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "P" (20)
  27  
0817. Box 32/Folder 6. Packinghouse Workers. 2 pages. (21)
  27  
0819. Box 32/Folder 6. Paper Makers. 57 pages. (22)
  27  
0876. Box 32/Folder 6. Pattern Makers. 20 pages. (23)
  27  
0896. Box 33/Folder 1. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "R" (continued)-"S" (24)
  27  
0897. Box 33/Folder 1. Railway Employees. 26 pages. (25)
  27  
0923. Box 33/Folder 1. Rubber Workers. 9 pages. (26)
1936 and 1947

  27  
0932. Box 33/Folder 1. Seafarers. 65 pages. (27)
  27  
0997. Box 33/Folder 1. Sheep Shearers. 4 pages. (28)
  27  
1001. Box 33/Folder 1. Shipbuilders. 4 pages. (29)
1943 and 1947

  27  
1005. Box 33/Folder 1. Shoe Workers. 2 pages. (30)
  27  
1007. Box 33/Folder 1. Sleeping Car Porters. 11 pages. (31)
  28  
National and International Union Correspondence, 1935-1951 (Continued). State Federations of Labor Correspondence, 1935-1945.
  28  
0001. Box 33/Folder 2. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Steel Workers. 269 pages. (1)
1933-March 1936

  28  
0270. Box 33/Folder 3. Correspondence of National and International Unions. Steel Workers. 190 pages. (2)
  28  
0460. Box 33/Folder 4. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "S" (continued)-"T" (3)
  28  
0461. Box 33/Folder 4. Switchmen. 3 pages. (4)
  28  
0464. Box 33/Folder 4. Teachers. 29 pages. (5)
  28  
0493. Box 33/Folder 4. Teamsters. 50 pages. (6)
  28  
0543. Box 33/Folder 4. Technical Engineers. 10 pages. (7)
  28  
0553. Box 33/Folder 4. Telegraphers. 28 pages. (8)
  28  
0581. Box 33/Folder 4. Telephone Workers. 9 pages. (9)
  28  
0590. Box 33/Folder 4. Textile Workers. 41 pages. (10)
  28  
0631. Box 33/Folder 4. Tobacco Workers. 3 pages. (11)
  28  
0634. Box 33/Folder 4. Trainmen, Railroad. 13 pages. (12)
1943 and 1947

  28  
0647. Box 33/Folder 5. Typographical Union. 45 pages. (13)
1936 and 1944-1947

  28  
0692. Box 33/Folder 5. Correspondence of National and International Unions. "U"-"W" (14)
  28  
0693. Box 33/Folder 5. Upholsterers. 119 pages. (15)
  28  
0812. Box 33/Folder 5. Wallpaper Craftsmen. 10 pages. (16)
  28  
0822. Box 34/Folder 1. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "A"-"C" and Canada (17)
  28  
0823. Box 34/Folder 1. Alabama. 46 pages. (18)
  28  
0869. Box 34/Folder 1. Arizona. 28 pages. (19)
  28  
0897. Box 34/Folder 1. Arkansas. 28 pages. (20)
  28  
0947. Box 34/Folder 1. California. 34 pages. (21)
  28  
0983. Box 34/Folder 1. Canada. 54 pages. (22)
  28  
1037. Box 34/Folder 1. Colorado. 51 pages. (23)
  28  
1088. Box 34/Folder 1. Connecticut. 12 pages. (24)
  29  
State Federations of Labor Correspondence, 1935-1945 (Continued).
  29  
0001. Box 34/Folder 2. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. Georgia. 287 pages. (1)
  29  
0287. Box 34/Folder 3. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "I" (2)
  29  
0288. Box 34/Folder 3. Idaho. 14 pages. (3)
  29  
0302. Box 34/Folder 3. Illinois. 35 pages. (4)
  29  
0337. Box 34/Folder 3. Indiana. 37 pages. (5)
1937-1938 and 1945

  29  
0374. Box 34/Folder 4. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "I" (continued)-"L" (6)
  29  
0375. Box 34/Folder 4. Iowa. 190 pages. (7)
  29  
0565. Box 34/Folder 4. Kansas. 2 pages. (8)
  29  
0567. Box 34/Folder 4. Kentucky. 3 pages. (9)
  29  
0570. Box 34/Folder 4. Kansas. 5 pages. (10)
  29  
0575. Box 34/Folder 4. Kentucky. 2 pages. (11)
  29  
0577. Box 34/Folder 4. Kansas. 31 pages. (12)
  29  
0608. Box 34/Folder 4. Kentucky. 61 pages. (13)
  29  
0669. Box 34/Folder 4. Kansas. 1 page. (14)
  29  
0670. Box 34/Folder 4. Louisiana. 13 pages. (15)
  29  
0683. Box 35/Folder 1. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "M" (16)
  29  
0684. Box 35/Folder 1. Maryland. 9 pages. (17)
  29  
0693. Box 35/Folder 1. Massachusetts. 26 pages. (18)
  29  
0719. Box 35/Folder 1. Michigan. 17 pages. (19)
  29  
0736. Box 35/Folder 1. Minnesota. 77 pages. (20)
  29  
0813. Box 35/Folder 1. Mississippi. 9 pages. (21)
  29  
0822. Box 35/Folder 1. Minnesota. 2 pages. (22)
  29  
0824. Box 35/Folder 1. Mississippi. 4 pages. (23)
  29  
0828. Box 35/Folder 2. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. Montana. 233 pages. (24)
  30  
State Federations of Labor Correspondence, 1935-1945 (Continued).
  30  
0001. Box 35/Folder 3. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "N"-"O" (1)
  30  
0002. Box 35/Folder 3. Nebraska. 12 pages. (2)
  30  
0014. Box 35/Folder 3. North Carolina. 3 pages. (3)
  30  
0017. Box 35/Folder 3. New York. 1 page. (4)
  30  
0018. Box 35/Folder 3. Nebraska. 1 page. (5)
  30  
0019. Box 35/Folder 3. Nevada. 25 pages. (6)
  30  
0044. Box 35/Folder 3. New Hampshire. 5 pages. (7)
  30  
0049. Box 35/Folder 3. New Jersey. 24 pages. (8)
1936-1937, 1943, and 1951.

  30  
0073. Box 35/Folder 3. New Mexico. 3 pages. (9)
  30  
0076. Box 35/Folder 3. New York. 4 pages. (10)
  30  
0080. Box 35/Folder 3. North Carolina. 66 pages. (11)
  30  
0146. Box 35/Folder 3. North Dakota. 12 pages. (12)
  30  
0158. Box 35/Folder 3. Ohio. 49 pages. (13)
  30  
0207. Box 35/Folder 3. Oklahoma. 37 pages. (14)
1935-1937 and 1950

  30  
0244. Box 35/Folder 4. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. Pennsylvania. 287 pages. (15)
  30  
0532. Box 36/Folder 1. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "R"-W" (16)
  30  
0533. Box 36/Folder 1. Rhode Island. 10 pages. (17)
  30  
0543. Box 36/Folder 1. South Carolina. 10 pages. (18)
  30  
0553. Box 36/Folder 1. South Dakota. 16 pages. (19)
  30  
0569. Box 36/Folder 1. Tennessee. 14 pages. (20)
  30  
0583. Box 36/Folder 1. Texas. 7 pages. (21)
  30  
0590. Box 36/Folder 1. Utah. 78 pages. (22)
  30  
0668. Box 36/Folder 1. Vermont. 3 pages. (23)
  30  
0671. Box 36/Folder 1. Virginia. 17 pages. (24)
1936-1937 and 1942.

  30  
0688. Box 36/Folder 1. Washington. 15 pages. (25)
  30  
0703. Box 36/Folder 2. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. West Virginia. 255 pages. (26)
  30  
0959. Box 36/Folder 3. Correspondence of State Federations of Labor. "W" (continued) (27)
  30  
0960. Box 36/Folder 3. Wisconsin. 30 pages. (28)
  30  
0990. Box 36/Folder 3. Wyoming. 26 pages. (29)
  31  
Central Labor Union Correspondence, 1935-1950.
  31  
0001. Box 37/Folder 1. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "A" (1)
  31  
0002. Box 37/Folder 1. Alabama. 78 pages. (2)
  31  
0080. Box 37/Folder 1. Alaska. 5 pages. (3)
1938 and 1947

  31  
0085. Box 37/Folder 1. Arizona. 8 pages. (4)
1936-1938 and 1946

  31  
0093. Box 37/Folder 1. Arkansas. 64 pages. (5)
  31  
0157. Box 37/Folder 2. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. California. 142 pages. (6)
1935- June 1937

  31  
0330. Box 37/Folder 3. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. California. 171 pages. (7)
July-December 1937

  31  
0502. Box 37/Folder 4. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. California. 157 pages. (8)
  31  
0659. Box 37/Folder 5. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. California. 140 pages. (9)
  31  
0799. Box 38/Folder 1. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Canada. 206 pages. (10)
  32  
Central Labor Union Correspondence, 1935-1950 (Continued).
  32  
0001. Box 38/Folder 2. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "C" (continued)-"H" (1)
  32  
0002. Box 38/Folder 2. Connecticut. 17 pages. (2)
  32  
0019. Box 38/Folder 2. Florida. 69 pages. (3)
  32  
0088. Box 38/Folder 2. Georgia. 38 pages. (4)
1936-1938 and 1944

  32  
0126. Box 38/Folder 2. Hawaii. 3 pages. (5)
  32  
0129. Box 38/Folder 3. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Illinois. 224 pages. (6)
  32  
0353. Box 38/Folder 4. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Indiana. 271 pages. (7)
  32  
0624. Box 38/Folder 5. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "I" (continued)-"L" (8)
  32  
0625. Box 38/Folder 5. Iowa. 131 pages. (9)
1936-1941, 1944, and 1947

  32  
0756. Box 38/Folder 5. Kansas. 16 pages. (10)
1935-1940 and 1944

  32  
0772. Box 38/Folder 5. Kentucky. 17 pages. (11)
  32  
0789. Box 38/Folder 5. Louisiana. 38 pages. (12)
1936 and 1941

  32  
0827. Box 39/Folder 1. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "M" (13)
  32  
0828. Box 39/Folder 1. Maryland. 21 pages. (14)
1936-1937, 1942, and 1947.

  32  
0849. Box 39/Folder 1. Massachusetts. 19 pages. (15)
1936-1938 and 1944

  32  
0868. Box 39/Folder 1. Michigan. 144 pages. (16)
  33  
Central Labor Union Correspondence, 1935-1950 (Continued).
  33  
0001. Box 39/Folder 2. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Minnesota. 196 pages. (1)
1936- June 1941

  33  
0198. Box 39/Folder 3. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Minnesota. 213 pages. (2)
July 1941-1947

  33  
0411. Box 39/Folder 4. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "M" (continued)-"N" (3)
  33  
0412. Box 39/Folder 4. Missouri. 20 pages. (4)
1935-1938 and 1945

  33  
0432. Box 39/Folder 4. Montana. 100 pages. (5)
1937-1942 and 1947

  33  
0532. Box 39/Folder 4. Nebraska. 68 pages. (6)
1939 and 1943-1944

  33  
0600. Box 39/Folder 1. Nevada. 7 pages. (7)
  33  
0607. Box 39/Folder 4. New Hampshire. 4 pages. (8)
  33  
0611. Box 39/Folder 4. New Jersey. 52 pages. (9)
1936-1941 and 1946

  33  
0663. Box 39/Folder 5. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. New York. 122 pages. (10)
1936- 1944, 1949-1950.

  33  
0785. Box 40/Folder 1. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "N" (continued)-"O" (11)
  33  
0786. Box 40/Folder 1. North Carolina. 13 pages. (12)
1941-1942 and 1947

  33  
0799. Box 40/Folder 1. Ohio. 100 pages. (13)
1935-March 1937

  34  
Central Labor Union Correspondence, 1935-1950 (Continued).
  34  
0001. Box 40/Folder 1. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Ohio. 190 pages. (1)
  34  
0191. Box 40/Folder 2. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Ohio. 182 pages. (2)
  34  
0373. Box 40/Folder 3. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "O" (continued) (3)
  34  
0374. Box 40/Folder 3. Oklahoma. 14 pages. (4)
1937, 1939, and 1942

  34  
0388. Box 40/Folder 3. Oregon. 53 pages. (5)
  34  
0441. Box 40/Folder 3. Oklahoma. 6 pages. (6)
  34  
0447. Box 40/Folder 3. Oregon. 24 pages. (7)
  34  
0471. Box 40/Folder 4. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Pennsylvania. 217 pages. (8)
  34  
0689. Box 40/Folder 5. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. "R"-"V" (9)
  34  
0690. Box 40/Folder 5. Rhode Island. 9 pages. (10)
  34  
0699. Box 40/Folder 5. South Carolina. 3 pages. (11)
  34  
0702. Box 40/Folder 5. South Dakota. 7 pages. (12)
1938 and 1943

  34  
0709. Box 40/Folder 5. Tennessee. 17 pages. (13)
  34  
0726. Box 40/Folder 5. Texas. 1 page. (14)
  34  
0727. Box 40/Folder 5. Tennessee. 19 pages. (15)
1938, 1942, and 1947

  34  
0746. Box 40/Folder 5. Texas. 61 pages. (16)
  34  
0807. Box 40/Folder 5. Utah. 18 pages. (17)
  34  
0825. Box 40/Folder 5. Virginia. 47 pages. (18)
1937 and 1944-1947

  35  
Central Labor Union Correspondence, 1935-1950 (Continued). Local Union Correspondence, 1937-1947.
  35  
0001. Box 41/Folder 1. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Washington. 262 pages. (1)
1936- 1942 and 1947

  35  
0264. Box 41/Folder 2. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. West Virginia. 107 pages. (2)
1936- 1938 and 1944-1947

  35  
0371. Box 41/Folder 3. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. 188 pages. Wisconsin. (3)
1936- February 1938

  35  
0559. Box 41/Folder 4. Correspondence of Central Labor Unions. Wisconsin. 41 pages. (4)
March 1938-1943

  35  
0630. Box 42/Folder 1. Correspondence of Local Unions. Aluminum Workers. 142 pages. (5)
  36  
Local Union Correspondence, 1937-1947 (Continued). Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1936-1950.
  36  
0001. Box 41/Folder 2. Correspondence of Local Unions. "B"-"E" (1)
  36  
0002. Box 41/Folder 2. Barbers. 3 pages. (2)
  36  
0005. Box 41/Folder 2. Bookbinders. 3 pages. (3)
  36  
0008. Box 41/Folder 2. Boot and Shoe Workers. 9 pages. (4)
  36  
0017. Box 41/Folder 2. Building Service Workers. 4 pages. (5)
  36  
0021. Box 41/Folder 2. Building Laborers and Carpenters. 23 pages. (6)
  36  
0044. Box 41/Folder 2. Button Workers. 4 pages. (7)
  36  
0048. Box 41/Folder 2. Cannery Workers. 17 pages. (8)
1939 and 1945

  36  
0065. Box 41/Folder 2. Cement Workers. 4 pages. (9)
  36  
0069. Box 41/Folder 2. Chemical Workers. 13 pages. (10)
  36  
0082. Box 41/Folder 2. Clothing Workers. 3 pages. (11)
  36  
0085. Box 41/Folder 2. Electrical Workers. 5 pages. (12)
  36  
0090. Box 42/Folder 3. Correspondence of Local Unions. "F"-"T" (13)
  36  
0091. Box 42/Folder 3. Farm Equipment and Metal Workers. 6 pages. (14)
  36  
0097. Box 42/Folder 3. Filling Station Workers. 3 pages. (15)
  36  
0100. Box 42/Folder 3. Fishermen. 4 pages. (16)
  36  
0104. Box 42/Folder 3. Furniture Workers. 9 pages. (17)
  36  
0113. Box 42/Folder 3. Grain Processors. 11 pages. (18)
1939, 1945, and 1947

  36  
0124. Box 42/Folder 3. Longshoremen. 5 pages. (19)
  36  
0129. Box 42/Folder 3. Operating Engineers. 4 pages. (20)
  36  
0133. Box 42/Folder 3. Optical Workers. 3 pages. (21)
  36  
0136. Box 42/Folder 3. Railway Carmen. 5 pages. (22)
  36  
0141. Box 42/Folder 3. State, County, and Municipal Employees. 6 pages. (23)
  36  
0147. Box 42/Folder 3. Sugar Refinery Workers. 9 pages. (24)
  36  
0156. Box 42/Folder 3. Teachers. 32 pages. (25)
  36  
0188. Box 42/Folder 4. Correspondence of Local Unions. Stenographers and Bookkeepers. 107 pages. (26)
  36  
0295. Box 42/Folder 5. Correspondence of Local Unions. "T" (continued)-"U" (27)
  36  
0296. Box 42/Folder 5. Textile Workers. 6 pages. (28)
  36  
0302. Box 42/Folder 5. Theatrical Workers. 4 pages. (29)
  36  
0306. Box 42/Folder 5. Typographical Union. 43 pages. (30)
  36  
0349. Box 42/Folder 5. Utility Workers. 4 pages. (31)
  36  
0353. Box 43/Folder 1. Correspondence and Papers Favoring the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 40 pages. (32)
  36  
0393. Box 42/Folder 2. Pledges of Loyalty to the American Federation of Labor. 203 pages. (33)
1936-April 1937

  36  
0596. Box 43/Folder 3. Pledges of Loyalty to the American Federation of Labor. 109 pages. (34)
May-September 1937

  37  
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1936-1950 (Continued).
  37  
0001. Box 43/Folder 3 (continued). Pledges of Loyalty to the American Federation of Labor. 98 pages. (1)
May-September 1937

  37  
0099. Box 43/Folder 4. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 181 pages. (2)
1936-June 1937

  37  
0280. Box 43/Folder 5. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 181 pages. (3)
July-December 1937

  37  
0461. Box 44/Folder 1. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 155 pages. (4)
  38  
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1936-1950 (Continued).
  38  
0001. Box 44/Folder 2. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 191 pages. (1)
January-June 1939

  38  
0192. Box 44/Folder 3. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 116 pages. (2)
July-December 1939

  38  
0308/ Box 44/Folder 4. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 167 pages. (3)
  38  
0475. Box 44/Folder 5. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 92 pages. (4)
  38  
0567. Box 44/Folder 6. Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations. 142 pages. (5)
1945-1947 and 1950