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Karl F. Phillips. Commissioner of Conciliation. Files.
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Andrews, R. McCants - Durham, NC attorney, invites Phillips to various functions.
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Beckett, Bishop W.W. - Mississippi - Requests DOL aid for project
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Beckwith, Frank R. - Indiana, Director of Negro Welfare, requests of Phillips for job
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Branch, Joel P. - Cleveland - Hand-written report on labor situation for Blacks.
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Bruce, Phillip A. - University of Virginia, send Phillips monograph on northward migration of Blacks.
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Bruseaux, Sheridan A. - Chicago, Principal Keystone National Detective Agency, Incorporated, requests information on employment situation for Blacks all over United States.
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Burton, James D. - Georgia, Interstate Secretary for Alabama and Tennessee, Commission on Interracial Cooperation, requesting information on miners wages.
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Campbell, Charles C. - Michigan, Lansing, Special Industrial Agent for DOL, requests information farming, migration of Blacks.
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Chisum, Melvin J. - DC Field Secretary, National Negro Press Association, thanking Phillips for getting friend a job.
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Clark, John L. - Pittsburgh, Printer, request Phillips aid to guard against discrimination by International Typographical Union - Phillips suggests taking matter up with Charles Howard, International President.
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Cobb, Robert S. - Jefferson City, Missouri, Executive Secretary of Negro Industrial Commission requests Phillips aid in finding job.
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Commerce Department - compilation of statistics on persons in jail by race.
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D.C. and New York - one female requests Phillips to get $15 due her for work as cook, 1 other requests help in clothing trades and general correspondence.
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Copeland, M.L. - Kentucky, routine.
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Cotton Picking Machine - Department of Labor, news release about new machine; requests for information from many farmers.
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Crabmeat Pickers - Maryland, pickers go on strike since their wages dropped from 35 cents to 25 cents.
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Davidson, Lucy E. - DC, letter to Kerwin thanking him for recommending that she be allowed to keep her job.
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DePriest, Honorable Oscar - D.C., Congressman, calls non-partisan conference on Blacks; correspondence re Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen dispute.
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Dining Car Waiters - Lemus, Rienzi B., ask for same hours and benefits as other railroad union members.
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Elks (Wilson) D.C., request Secretary Davis to send them U United States Health representative as speaker.
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Employment - Howard University, bricklayers discriminated against in wages; United States confidential reports on Black unemployment
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Employment Service Plan - Indiana, Phillips successful in helping employ Black man; letter from another describing Black emancipation.
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Employment Service - Special - requests to Phillips for aid in finding jobs.
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Ernst, Senator R.P. - Kentucky, routine.
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Fite, Hadley G. - Indiana, trying to keep Bureau for Blacks open.
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Francis, Rothschild - Virgin Islands, Administrator seeks information from Phillips; news article on prevailing wage.
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Froe, Arthur G. - D.C., recorder of deeds, requests Phillips for information to send to friends re Blacks.
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Furr, Arthur F. - D.C., requests Phillips to help him get a job.
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Goens, Walter W. - New York, requests Phillips aid in getting certified as a doctor and finding employment.
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Governorship - Pennsylvania, Phillips acts as Secretary Labor Davis' campaign manager of Black vote.
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Harris, Professor Abram - Request for information on Black migration.
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Hale, W.J. Request for Georgia Douglas to speak at a conference in Tennessee.
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Hall, Seabron F. - Detroit, letter of friendship and reply.
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Harris, George W. Request for job, report on Black labor statistics, Peoria, Illinois.
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Haynes, George E. Executive Secretary of Interracial Conference asks Davis to participate and routine.
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Henning, E.J., New York - requests aid in finding employment for a friend.
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Henry, Judge Edward - Answer from Phillips to request for Labor Department's aid with conciliation.
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Hert, Alvin F. (Mrs.) Republican National Committee requests Phillips aid in finding a job for wife of late Phil Brown.
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Hill, Honorable T. Edwards - West Virginia, Director of Negro Welfare and Statistics, aids Phillips with reports, requests job with Phillips.
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Howard, Honorable Perry W. - Requests Phillips help in naturalizing immigrants.
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Howard Theatre Dispute - Dispute on Howard Theatre's musician dispute.
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Immigration - Princeton University, 82 page report on immigration from Latin America and West Indies to America.
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Indiana - Cases - Dynes, Commissioner in Indiana, sends friends to Phillips for employment; talks about political situation.
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Industrial Trends - Black migration, social adjustments, employment problems, attitudes.
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Johnson, Charles S., Research Director for National Interracial Conference asks Phillips for studies on Blacks to secure accurate picture of current Black living.
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Johnson, J.R. - Black from Texas requests Phillips aid in finding information on building and loan associations.
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Johnson, Sol - Commissioner of Immigration at Ellis Island.
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Jones, Eugene Kinckle - Executive Secretary of national Urban League, re favors and recommendations.
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Jones, Francis I. - Director General, United States Employment Service, request for information re employment.
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Jones, Scipio - Masonic Order, noted Black lawyer and judge asks Phillips help in raising funds for needy youth and the elderly.
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Lewis, Morris - Chicago, Commissioner of Conciliation, routine correspondence
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Mailing List - routine
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McCracken, Fred D. - personal friend of Phillips, requests aid in establishment of job.
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McDougald, G.E. (Mrs.) - Harlem Vocational Guidance Committee, joint report with DOL.
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Miller, Kelly - Howard University, "The Farm: The Negroes Best Chance," and requests for information.
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Morrison, Julia - Request for information
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Negro Colonization of Africa - correspondence.
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Negro Labor Congress - Militant news clippings
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Nelms, H.G. - Alabama, Obscure union official, requesting information.
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Paxton, A.M. - Requests information on Black occupational survey.
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Penny, Theodore R. - Pennsylvania, man with plan on home life. Phillips arranges interview between him and Governor Pinchet of Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania Railroad - menu.
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Peters, Robert J. - Pennsylvania Director of Employment Bureau, Phillips requests statistics from their office.
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Press Release - Race Pride versus Profit and Old Age Pension (Negro Labor News Service)
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Prevailing Rate Legislation
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Prevailing Rate Legislation - Virginia
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Railway Workers - Indiana, reinstatement case of a woman who may have falsified age, recommendation from Phillips to Secretary of Labor to make railroad crimes a federal offense.
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Requests - for literature on Blacks
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Robins, James J. - Letters of thanks to Phil Brown and Phillips for aid in finding employment.
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Rosenthal, Aaron M. - "The Negro Problem"
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Schields, R.G. - aid in securing appointment.
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Scott, Emmett J. - Secretary-Treasurer, Howard University, requests for jobs.
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Scruggs, Baxter S. - Director, YMCA Detroit, requests Phillips to find job, then gets job with YMCA and wants to coordinate efforts with DOL.
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Shepard, J.E. - President, North Carolina College for Negroes - re program for 3rd Annual Fact Finding Conference.
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Sherard, Thomas W. - job applicant.
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Simpson, Gordon H. - mailing list request.
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Sledge, Wesley L. - Executive Secretary, Republican National Committee, Routine
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Smallwood, William H. - job applicant.
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Smith, Olander J. - friend and job applicant.
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Social Welfare - Phillips gets prison inmate job after his release.
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Spurlock, Anna (Compensation) - re widow of deceased Carnegie Steel Company employee, denied.
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Stokes, Harold Phelps - re report on Blacks on steam railway lines.
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Surveys - Report by Phillips distributed without permission of DOL; statistics on Black workers from Ohio; report on fact finding committee; re Mexico restricts Blacks from immigrating.
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Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad Company - spring festival for children in school.
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Thomas, James C. - re immigration questions.
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Thompson, A.B. - President, National Association of Railway Mechanics, re request information on Railroad Mediation Board.
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Travel - routine travel authorizations.
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Trigg, J.M. Job applicant.
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Tuskegee - re summer lectures.
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Unemployment - Congress, article from "Congressional Record"
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Urban League - re employment, Negroes; Boulder Dam employing Blacks; Survey of laundry workers; reports on industry.
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Vann, Robert L. - Phillips thanks editor, Pittsburgh Courier, for favorable write-up on Secretary Davis.
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Virgin Islands - report of Federal Commission to investigate industrial and economic conditions in the Virgin Islands and routine correspondence.
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Vocational Studies - New York - request for information on Black workers.
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Wages - Pullman Porters - news clippings re tips; petition from Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and Pullman Company to ICC to prevent tipping.
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Whitney, J.R.B. - job applicant.
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Warfield, William A. - reference for a steno-typist.
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Walrond, Eric D. re review of article on Virgin Islands; editorials from "Opportunity."
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Ward, Colonel Joseph H. - Director of Virginia Hospital at Tuskegee Institute re assisting a disabled vet from Indiana.
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Washington, Forrester B. - Director, Atlanta School of Social Work re requests for information, materials and favors.
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Webb, C. Cornelius - Phillips congratulating Webb on appointment as special investigator and mediator for Pullman Company.
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Welfare Department - article, "The Need of the Nation."
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White House (Social) - re Blacks as guests at the White House; newspaper clippings.
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Williams, Georgia - request for information.
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Wilson, Robert E. Lee - re annual report of the Secretary of Labor.
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Woodson, George H. - re job applicant of position of Minister to the Republic of Liberia.
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Women's Activities - Publication "Causes of Absence for Men and Women in Four Cotton Mills;" National Association of Colored Women Conference re planning for program; studies and activities of Black women in industry.
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Wright, Eva A. - re instruction of colored women in voting, by Republican Women's Club.
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Wright, R.R. - requests information on Black labor.
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Young, Adele - loss of money order