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Correspondence 1962-1969
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0001. January-June 1962. 106 pages. (1)
Major Topics: American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Civil Rights Committee activities and minutes of meetings; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People criticism of Kennedy administration's civil rights position; state fair employment practice laws; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Economic and Legislative Conference; discrimination by an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union local; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations policy regarding use of segregated facilities; George Meany's testimony regarding the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Bill; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters-Pullman dispute before the National Railroad Adjustment Board; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Staff Conference on Civil Rights; porter grievances.

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0107. July-December 1962. 80 pages. (2)
Major Topics: American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations civil rights compliance cases; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Civil Rights Committee activities; antidiscrimination provisions in major contracts; take-over of operations of Pullman sleeping car service by the Pennsylvania Railroad; report of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters International Executive Board; National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peoples charges of racial discrimination by the International Ladies Garment Workers Union; George Meany's address to the Negro American Labor Council; union programs for fair employment practices; wage scale for porters on the SOO line; American Federation of Labor- Congress of Industrial Organizations progress in integration of local unions; legislative obstruction by the rules Committee in the United States House of Representatives.

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0187. 1963. 120 pages. (3)
Major Topics: National Railroad Adjustment Board decision in favor of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Civil Rights Committee activities and minutes of meetings; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations civil rights compliance cases; death of A.L. Totten; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations policy on civil rights; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations progress in integration of local unions; search of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters members by Pullman Company special agents; porter grievances; porter sleeping accommodations; operation of extra employees; Pullman disciplinary action and hearing against porter; civil rights developments involving building and construction trade.

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0307. January-May 1964. 143 pages. (4)
Porter grievances; injury claims by porters; passenger complaints against porters; meeting of American Federation of Labor-congress of Industrial Organizations General Board; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Civil Rights Committee activities; porter time claims; Advisory Committee on Union Plans for Fair Practices.

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0450. June-September 1964. 137 pages. (5)
Major Topics: Porter grievances; passenger complaints against porters; National Mediation Board investigation of representation dispute affecting employees of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad; Pullman disciplinary action and hearing against porter.

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0587. October-December 1964. 89 pages. (6)
Major Topics: injury claims; passenger complaints against porters; porter grievances; report on the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations and the Negro; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Conference for Santa Fe and Union Pacific chair car attendants.

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0676. 1965-1967. 208 pages. (7)
Major Topics: Mediation agreement between the railroads represented by the National Railway Labor Conference and the Eastern, Western, and Southeastern Carriers' Conference Committees and their employees represented by the Employees' National Conference Committee; employment stabilization agreement; basic month; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters-Pullman agreement effective January 1, 1953, revised July 1, 1965; porters' vacation agreement; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters efforts to organize dining car employees of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad; death of Milton Webster; passenger complaints against porters; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations resolutions on civil rights; Railroad Retirement Board Informational Conferences; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters-Pullman union deductions agreement; minority housing problems; Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters-Union Pacific Railroad Company dispute before the National Railroad Adjustment Board; discontinuation of passenger trains; credit legislation; 1967 civil rights bills.

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0884. 1968-1969. 180 pages. (8)
Major Topics: Social, racial, and educational problems in Chicago; porter seniority rosters; discontinuation of passenger trains; Illinois fair housing legislation; American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations voter registration campaign; testimonial dinner in honor of A. Philip Randolph; claims for porter separation allowances from Pullman; dues collection; Labor Conference on Civil Rights; results of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters elections; passenger complaints against porters; retirement of A. Philip Randolph as Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters president; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters-Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company agreement; Jerome Miles versus Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and Pullman Company.