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   Container / Location    Title
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Arbitrations: Jonathan Logan and Subsidiaries
Re Jonathan Logan and subsidiaries: Act III, Alice Stuart, Butte Knitting Mills, Mercer Dress, Modern Juniors, Misty Harbor, Oxford Fashions (Oxford, Alabama), R&K Originals, Spartan Undies, Tracey Fashions (Chambersburg, PA), Trebor Knitting Mills

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Arbitrations: Jonathan Logan and Subsidiaries
Re Jonathan Logan and subsidiaries: Act III, Alice Stuart, Butte Knitting Mills, Mercer Dress, Modern Juniors, Misty Harbor, Oxford Fashions (Oxford, Alabama), R&K Originals, Spartan Undies, Tracey Fashions (Chambersburg, PA), Trebor Knitting Mills

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Audit Correspondence
Audit statements, arbitration requests, letters of agreement (settlement of claims); lists of contractors (union and nonunion); re Modern Juniors, RoseMarie Reid, Calhoun Mfg, Belmont

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Audit Correspondence
Audit statements, arbitration requests, letters of agreement (settlement of claims); lists of contractors (union and nonunion); re Modern Juniors, RoseMarie Reid, Calhoun Mfg, Belmont

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Act III
Notification of plant closings (annotated), audit reports/financial statements, master agreement. Re: Jonathan Logan, Debra Fashions, Lynn Fashions, Act III, Butte Knitting, Misty Harbor, Plaza Mfg, Terence Fashions, Spartanburg Undies

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Belmont Manufacturing
Arbitration requests re vacation pay, length-of-service pay at closed plant, also known as Burns Apparel Company

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Butte Knitting Mills
Contract proposals for Act III, Andrea Knit, Debra Knit, Roanoke Fashions, Butte Kitting Mills, Calhoun Mfg. Kingston Dress, Mercer Dress, Modern Juniors, Kim Fashions, Act II, and Transportation Dept; master agreement with Jonathan Logan; audit report showing Butte/Jonathon piece rate schedule, 1979-82; correspondence re use and misuse of union labels; complaint filed with NLRB v. Oxford Fashions (Oxford, Alabama), 1980; notification of David Knit plant closing (Northumberland, PA); memo to president Sol Chaikin from exec VP Wilbur Daniels re meeting with Jonathan Logan president Richard Schwartz re outsourcing to nonunion shops; Department of Labor decisions granting (1970, 1979) and denying (1982) worker adjustment assistance for plant closings, comment by union legal dept.; lists of jobs lost at closed plants; analysis of salaries and pension benefits, Malden Mills, Lawrence plant, comparison with other union plants; correspondence re Kingston Dress internal union litigation, 1983-84

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Butte Knitting Mills
Contract proposals for Act III, Andrea Knit, Debra Knit, Roanoke Fashions, Butte Kitting Mills, Calhoun Mfg. Kingston Dress, Mercer Dress, Modern Juniors, Kim Fashions, Act II, and Transportation Dept; master agreement with Jonathan Logan; audit report showing Butte/Jonathon piece rate schedule, 1979-82; correspondence re use and misuse of union labels; complaint filed with NLRB v. Oxford Fashions (Oxford, Alabama), 1980; notification of David Knit plant closing (Northumberland, PA); memo to president Sol Chaikin from exec VP Wilbur Daniels re meeting with Jonathan Logan president Richard Schwartz re outsourcing to nonunion shops; Department of Labor decisions granting (1970, 1979) and denying (1982) worker adjustment assistance for plant closings, comment by union legal dept.; lists of jobs lost at closed plants; analysis of salaries and pension benefits, Malden Mills, Lawrence plant, comparison with other union plants; correspondence re Kingston Dress internal union litigation, 1983-84

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Debra Knit
Contract proposals, payroll records, production record; re work process procedures, wages

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Kingston Dress Company
Internal union memos re Duty of Fair Representation (DFR) suit against the union by laid-off workers of the closed Kingston Dress Co; correspondence with Act III officials

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Modern Juniors
Correspondence re arbitration decision over severance pay; arbitration awards and requests re shutdown of division and associated plants; union demands re Butte Knitting, Act III, Modern Juniors, 1979; audit of pay data at Clinton, NC, plant showing extremely low piece-work wages, 1979; Department of Labor decision granting trade adjustment assistance for laid- off workers at closed Calhoun Mfg plant, 1984: Memos re benefits at Clinton (NC), Calhoun (St. Matthews, SC), & Belmont (Barnesville, OH) plants; letter from Jonathan Logan attorney S.Z. Cohen informing exec. VP Wilbur Daniels of closing of several Butte Kitting and Act III plants, 1982; memo to VP Nick Bonanno from exec. VP Daniels re arbitration over shutdown of cutting facility in Baltimore & consolidation at Spartanburg, 1984; survey report of nonunion plants Three G's Mfg and Ralph A. Bryant Co., in Tennessee; audit reports of funds owed by several plants to union for use of nonunion contractor; proceedings of arbitration hearing for funds owed to union for use of nonunion contractors, 1982; meeting minutes & correspondence re settlement agreement on use of nonunion contractors & nonunion cutting contractors by Modern Juniors & Rose Marie Reid, 1983; memo to president Sol Chaikin from exec. VP Daniels re licensing agreement of Jonathan Logan name to Kayser-Roth, payment of damages for use of nonunion contractors, 1983

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Spartanburg Transportation
1984: Memo to VP Nick Bonanno from exec. VP Wilbur Daniels re arbitration over shutdown of cutting facility in Baltimore & consolidation at Spartanburg; legal brief in arbitration grievance over Jonathan Logan Belmont Mfg./Modern Juniors truck driver; 1980: letter from exec. VP Daniels to Jonathan Logan president Richard Schwartz notifying him of submission of arbitration over truck driver wage grievance, comments on company's ongoing lack of cooperation with union VP Nick Bonanno; grievance reports re truck driver wage, impassable highways

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Thomson Manufacturing Company
Correspondence re arbitration hearing on plant closing; master agreement, 1984

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Trebor Knitting Mills
Contract proposals, Westminster Knit, 1985; severance pay schedules, 1983; list of employee earnings and hours for five different weeks between Aug. 19 - December 19, 1982; pay records for cutters; arbitration adjournment notice with Ryerson Undergarment, 1989

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: General
Letter from Leslie Fay senior VP/CFO Polishan re disputed contributions to benefit funds for North American Knitting, copy of check, 1989; lists of monthly incentive averages for craft categories and union label counts, 1990; letter from Alabama commissioner of labor offering assistance in resolving contract negotiations, 1991; memos from ILG director of Northeast, Western Pennsylvania, and Ohio Department re increasing work going to Chinatown and overseas, 1990-91; letter to ILG president Mazur from locked-out workers in Wilkes-Barre, PA, 1991; letters from director of ILG Health & Safety Department re ergonomics intervention study with Mt. Sinai Hospital and Univ. of Lowell, re OSHA citations and abatement plans, re conference on repetitive motion injury, 1990; master agreement, June 1, 1988 - May 31, 1991; letter of agreement extending master agreement to July 31, 1991; agreement with Julie Fashions I and II, 1990; original signed agreement re Westminster Knit Unit of Jonathan Logan Division of United Merchants and Manufacturers (UMM), 1990; union proposals re wages, health benefits, etc., 1991; newspaper clippings; handwritten notes

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: General
Memos re non-union provisions of master agreement and concerns about non-union Head Sportswear, Leslie Fay's rights to acquire non-union plants, non-union work by Jorca (Hialeah, FL) for Personal Sportswear division, 1987; letters of agreement on imports, /1/88, 12/11/87 and 6/1/85; import analysis, 1984-87 for various subsidiaries; meeting minutes re Leslie Fay Dresses' desire to use "Made in U.S.A" hangtags; memo re results of efforts to organize non-union shops: Julie I & II, Joy, Solomon (Tallahassee, FL), Stephanie (Roanoke, Alabama), Advancetex, & Jorca; meeting minutes re negotiations for damages settlement for use of non-union shops, esp. Paulette Fashions; letter of agreement re volume differentials; master agreement items needing resolution, 1984; arbitration request re vacation benefits; memos between Sol Chaikin, pres. ILGWU, and John Pomerantz, pres. Leslie Fay, re points of agreement on non-union subcontractors; letter of agreement re acquisition of union shop Summit Sportswear; memo re agreement with Personal Sportswear (Morrow, GA) re holidays, health plan contributions; summary of contract labor at Rhonda Fashions, Patti Fashions, Overton Mfc; union handbill distributed at Head Sportswear (Baltimore & Columbia, MD) re organizing campaign; handwritten meeting minutes; report on Head Ski Company; letter from Leslie Fay pres. re unresolved issues for master agreement and supplement agreements

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: General
Summary of unresolved issues re master agreement, including import clause, and re supplemental agreements at Personal Sportswear (Morrow, GA), Stephanie Fashions (Roanoke, Alabama) Castleberry Knits (NY), Kathryn Conover (Minneapolis, MN), New York sample rooms, termination of Fay's Closet division (Boston, MA), 1983; report on non-union North American Knitting, producing for Castleberry, 1983; master agreement changes re plant closing, relocations, layoffs, 1983; correspondence & agreement re Kathryn Conover (Minneapolis, MN) union status (Oct-Nov 1982, Dec 1983); signed agreement re imports, 1982; export license for Outlander (NY) for shipment from Hong Kong, 1981; draft of agreement re National Retirement Fund; correspondence w/ Leslie Fay controller Polishan re disputed contributions to retirement and health funds, 1979

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Audits
Personal Sportswear (Morrow, GA) audit of non-union contractors, 10/83-12/84; imports analysis for subsidiaries, with addresses of suppliers, 1985-86; Personal Sportswear and Breckenridge, percentages of union vs non-union contracting, 11/1/83-12/31/84; monthly reports on non-union contracting, various companies, 1982-86; Misty Harbor summary of imports (suppliers), 1983 and 1985

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Audit Correspondence
Correspondence w/ Leslie Fay pres. Terwilliger re imports and use of non-union contractors, 1988; correspondence w/ Leslie Fay controller Polishan re disputed contributions to retirement and health funds, 1979-84

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Clippings
Women's Wear Daily, Crain's New York Business, NY Post, Citizen's Voice (Wilkes- Barre, PA), Overton County News (Livingston, TN), WNEP-TV (ABC, Wilkes-Barre, PA) re profits and losses, bankruptcies, brand consolidation, brand repositioning, new mass market ventures, licensing agreements, acquisitions, market expansion to United Kingdom, executive compensation, executive management changes, market trends, automation, merchandising strategies, litigation, NAFTA, health investigation by OSHA

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Clippings, Accounting Scandal
Women's Wear Daily, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA), Citizen's Voice (Wilkes-Barre, PA)

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Corporate Report
SEC filing, annual report

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Corporate Reports
SEC filings, FY 1988 & 89; lists of subsidiaries, company newsletter

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Negotiations
Master agreement, 6/1/91; memo re company plans to reposition brand, 1993; memorandum of agreement re plant consolidations, 1993; letter re cost-of-living increases; letters of agreement re imports, no strike, no lockout, shift differential, transportation to medical treatment for injuries on the job, union orientation meetings for new employees; drafts of master agreement ("company's version," "sent to company") 6/1/88-5/31/91; Stephanie agreement, June 1, 1989, with correspondence re progress on Breckenridge and other supplemental agreements; handwritten notes from negotiation meetings, correspondence re points of negotiation re Stephanie supplement, Sportswear supplement, New York sample rooms agreement

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 1 of 4]
Drafts of master agreement, 6/1/88-5/31/91; letter on imports

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 2 of 4]
Drafts of master agreement, 6/1/88-5/31/91; letters of agreement re no strike, no lockout; imports; list of Leslie Fay divisions and plants; handwritten agenda

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 3 of 4]
Drafts of master agreement, 6/1/88-5/31/91; correspondence

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Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 4 of 4]
Handwritten meeting minutes

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Breckenridge of Boston
Drafts of supplemental agreement (some heavily hand annotated), 6/1/88; correspondence re points of negotiation: cost of living adjustments, prescription drug coverage, sick & vacation pay, pension fund, severance pay ; 1982 signed agreement (Breckenridge, Victoire, Fay's Closet, all in Boston); 1991draft agreement; audit correspondence

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Breckenridge of Boston
Drafts of supplemental agreement (some heavily hand annotated), 6/1/88; correspondence re points of negotiation: cost of living adjustments, prescription drug coverage, sick & vacation pay, pension fund, severance pay ; 1982 signed agreement (Breckenridge, Victoire, Fay's Closet, all in Boston); 1991draft agreement; audit correspondence

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Castleberry Knits, Knitgood Workers, UKMI (NY)
Inter-company memo discussing unique qualities of yarn manufactured by North American Knitting Mills (Mansfield, OH), 1985; arbitration correspondence re use of non-union North American Knitting; supplemental agreements, 6/1/88 and 6/1/82; agreement between United Knitwear Manufacturers League and the Knitgood Workers' Union (ILG), 6/1/88; lists of minimum rates for specific crafts, 6/1/85, 86, 87, 89, 90; excerpts of terms from current and prior contracts, 1988

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Julie I and II Agreements: Tuscarora and Minorsville, PA
Edited drafts of supplemental agreements, 1991, 92; memorandum of agreement re volume differential, 1994; audit report re layoffs, 1993

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Pennsylvania Plants: General Agreements
Supplemental agreement, 6/1/85; correspondence re incorporation of consent award amending agreement re determination and pay for substandard workers, 1988; drafts of and final signed agreement, 5/26/88; drafts of supplemental agreement, 6/1/88; request for arbitration, 1987

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Pennsylvania Negotiation: 40 hours a week, Miscellaneous [folder 1 of 2]
Letter from pres Jay Mazur re appointment of Sol Hoffman to chair Major Market Negotiations Task Force on 35 Hour Work Week, suggests there may be cases in which extending the week is acceptable with strict wage & employment guarantees, 12/17; memo to pres Mazur from Wilbur Daniels, 10/6, re attached draft of letter of agreement with Pennsylvania plants re 40 hr wk, lengthy analysis; Summary of wages and hours by plant (Andy, Downing, Glen Lion, Pittston, Ricky, Throop, Kingston), 1/1/84-12/31/86; estimated savings by various cost-cutting measures (eliminate three holidays, reconstruct rate structures, flexible 40 hr week, etc); revised volume differential, 3/4/86; draft agreements; employee records

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Pennsylvania Negotiation: 40 hours a week, Miscellaneous [folder 2 of 2]
Letter from pres Jay Mazur re appointment of Sol Hoffman to chair Major Market Negotiations Task Force on 35 Hour Work Week, suggests there may be cases in which extending the week is acceptable with strict wage & employment guarantees, 12/17; memo to pres Mazur from Wilbur Daniels, 10/6, re attached draft of letter of agreement with Pennsylvania plants re 40 hr wk, lengthy analysis; Summary of wages and hours by plant (Andy, Downing, Glen Lion, Pittston, Ricky, Throop, Kingston), 1/1/84-12/31/86; estimated savings by various cost-cutting measures (eliminate three holidays, reconstruct rate structures, flexible 40 hr week, etc); revised volume differential, 3/4/86; draft agreements; employee records

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Pennsylvania Negotiation: 40 hours a week, Minutes
Handwritten minutes of meetings 8/24, 8/27, 9/2, 10/5; typed transcripts: 8/6, cutting piece rates, increase to 40 hr work week; 8/3 major reduction in Wilkes-Barre, PA, cutting facility with layoffs of 50-70 long-term employees; 6/11, growth of imports; 4/9, Glen Lion plant doing poorly, propose to send more work if workers agree to 5% reduction in piece rate; Leslie Fay workers sometimes take pay increases in form of reduced output; import caps; guaranteed employment levels; wage guarantees 3/13, company needs to cut costs 30% to remain competitive w/imports: increase to 40 hrs., forgo scheduled 5% wage increase 3/4 proposed unilateral reduction in wages, increase in hours, no guarantees of employment; 2/19, longer hours at reduced piece rate, reducing employer contributions to health & welfare fund; imports; 2/11, competition w/ imports, esp from S. Korea, need 30% reduction in costs to remain competitive; union: if Leslie Fay gets 40 hr week, whole industry will want it

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Personal Sportswear: Morrow, GA
Correspondence re use of non-union plant, Jorca (Hialeah, FL), 1986; drafts (some heavily hand annotated) and final signed supplemental agreement with side letters re shift differential, payment for time off for injury on the job, 6/1/85-5/31/88 and 6/1/88-5/31/91

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Sassco, Leslie Fay: Secaucus, NJ
Arbitration decisions and opinions re suspension and discharges, unsigned master agreement governing employer payment of vacation pay directly to employees, 1987 & 88, letter of agreement re shutdown of Secaucus facility, severance pay, 1990; drafts and signed final copy of supplemental agreement, 6/1/88, with cover letters; 1985 agreement

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Spitalnick: Leslie Fay
Correspondence re acquisition of Spitalnick by Leslie Fay, coverage by a different union agreement (copy of agreement included); correspondence re possible plant closing

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Stephanie Fashions: Roanoke, Alabama
Drafts of supplemental agreements with correspondence

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Maidenform, Incorporated
Letter to ILG pres. Jay Mazur from Maidenform VP re changes in the brassiere industry, competition with imports, need to cut costs, close Perth Amboy, NJ, plant, 1988; letter from Maidenform VP re need to use non-union contractors for panty production, 1988; master agreement, 1987; highlights of ILG/Maidenform relationship covering 1978-88; list of number of employees by seniority at Perth Amboy and Huntington, WV, plants; memo re closing of facility in Edison, NJ, 1987; handwritten notes, 1988

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Mode O'Day: Agreements, ILGWU
ILG agreement with Mode O'Day Division, Gamble-Skogmo, Inc., July 1, 1983; supplements covering Burbank, California; San Bernardino, California, and Salt Lake City, Utah; Hastings, Nebraska

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Mode O'Day: Agreements, ILGWU Drafts
Drafts of agreements in Box 4 Folder 2.

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Mode O'Day: Agreements, Company Exhibits
Arbitration filing, "Points and Authorities in Support of Motion to Reopen the Record to Take Additional Evidence and Declaration of Steven T. Nutter," with attached "exhibit "A" pay stub, exhibit "B" letter from ILG attorney Nutter, exhibit "C' denial by arbitrator; contract agreements apparently used as exhibits in arbitration case: (1) National Association of Blouse Manufacturers, Inc. with the Blouse, Skirt and Sportswear Workers' Union, Local 23-25, (ILGWU) and Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union, Local 10 (ILGWU), June 1, 1982- May 31, 1985; (2) New York Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear and Allied Workers' Union and ILGWU with New York Coat and Suit Association, Inc., and Infants' Children's & Girls' Sportswear and Coat Association, Inc., 1982-85; (3) New York Skirt and Sportswear Association, Inc., with ILGWU and Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union, Local 10 (ILGWU) and Blouse, Skirt and Sportswear Workers' Union, Local 23-25, (ILGWU), 1982-85; (4) Affiliated Dress Manufacturers, Inc., Apparel Manufacturers Association, Inc., with ILGWU and Dressmakers' Joint Council, 1982-85; (5) Lingerie Manufacturers Association of New York, Inc., and Intimate Apparel Workers' Union, Local 62-32 (ILGWU) and Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union, Local 10 (ILGWU), July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1984; (6) Office and Distribution Employees' union, Local 99 (ILGWU) and New York Coat and Suit Association, Inc., and Infants' Children's and Girls' Sportswear and Coat Association, Inc., June 1, 1982-May 31, 1985; (7) repeats # 2; exhibits 8, 10, 12-13, 15-16: master agreement union demands, 1979, 1982, 1983; modification of agreement, 1968, re contribution to health plan

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Mode O'Day: Comparative Agreements, Wages and Benefits
List of quarterly average earnings for individual workers at Mode O'Day's Salt Lake City, San Bernardino, and Hastings plants, May 15, 1984; Gambles Major Medical and Long Term Disability Benefit Program, Sponsored by Wickes Companies, Inc (with hand notation, "Logan, Utah Benefits"); breakdown of seniority of bargaining unit employees; seniority list of individuals, August 1984; memo re retirement fund; analysis of computation of vacation pay, with copies of pay stubs, February 1985; Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union (ACTWU) agreement, 9/1/79-8/31/82; printed Teamsters agreement, 1/1/84-12/31/86, agreement between Mode O'Day Company and General Warehousemen's Union, Local 598 I.B.T., 1/1/84-12/32/86, letter from regional director Cornelius Wall referring to agreements, comparing to ILG demands re health plans, wage give-backs; article reprint, "After the Shutdown: The Social and Psychological Consequences of Job Displacement," by Louis A. Ferman, ILR Report, Spring 1981; handwritten notes

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Mode O'Day: Arbitration and Negotiation
List, "Subjects of Arbitration"; notes from negotiation meetings; union demands, June 1979, May 1982, June 1983, August 1984; summary of agreement 1979-82, 1982-83, and 1983-85; talking points for arbitration; company newsletters, Wickes Companies, 1984

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Mode O'Day: Bankruptcy
Notes on program filed in bankruptcy matter; newspaper clippings, Women's Wear Daily re Wickes bankruptcy, 1984; company financial profile, Gamble-Skogmo, 9/11/84; court document, bankruptcy filing, Wickes Companies, 1984

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Smoler Brothers, Wicker Park: Local Agreements, Prattville Division
Dunn & Bradstreet (?) credit report and profile of company and owner; signed agreement with Prattville, 1988; marked-up draft of 1982 agreement, signed 1985; marked-up draft for Herrin, IL, location, 1982; marked-up draft of Lincoln, IL, location,1982; memorandum of agreement acknowledging representation of New York sample room by ILG, setting minimums, 1985; memorandum of agreement with Wabansia location, 1985

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Smoler Brothers, Wicker Park: Master Agreement
Edited drafts and final signed master agreement

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ILGWU Personnel Records: A-D
Job applications, salary discussion, payment records

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ILGWU Personnel Records: E-P
Job applications, salary discussion, payment records

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ILGWU Personnel Records: R-Z
Job applications, salary discussion, payment records

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General Executive Board Meetings: May 31- June 9
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. No minutes; invitation to attend GEB meeting on May 31, noting that important convention matters will be discussed; lists of attendees, 10/86 through 4/89; memo from Brent Garren to David Melman re dispute being heard by the Texas-Oklahoma-Arkansas District Council, speculates that loser will want to appeal to the GEB and then to the 1989 convention

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General Executive Board Meetings: October 7-13
Centre Sheraton, Montreal. No minutes; note that Pres. Chaikin would not be attending; list of ILG delegates to last two AFL-CIO and IUD conventions; list of GEB members in order of their seniority on the board

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General Executive Board Meetings: January 29-30
City Squire Hotel, New York City. Minutes, "Third Meeting"; contract with hotel, memo re task force on organizing

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General Executive Board Meetings: October 23-24
Colonnade Hotel, Boston, MA. Minutes, "Second Meeting"; attendee list; list of major topics for discussion; "Decisions Made at 10/86 GEB Meeting," sent to GEB, 11/25/86; memo to exec. VP Wilbur Daniels re decrease in insurance coverage for certain long-term staff members at New Bedford. MA, Local 361, whose hours had been reduced, requests instructions; memo to Personnel Review Committee re Pres. Mazur's request for a meeting re wage policy for office and staff members

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General Executive Board Meetings: March 24-27
1710 Broadway, New York City. Minutes, "Eighth Meeting"; handwritten notes from meeting; correspondence with attendees; clipping from Women's Wear Daily 12/17/85 re possible labor law violations by Chinatown apparel contractors; letter from Pres. Sol Chaikin to Gerald Roy, pres., Montreal Joint Council, informing him of his appointment as interim Canadian director; minutes of GEB Committee for Retiree Services, held 11/22/85; brief note re attendees at Finance Committee meeting, held 2/5/86; Health & Safety Liaisons Semi-Annual Progress Report questionnaire; memo re potential liability for malpractice insurance for Union Health Center; memo suggesting a meeting of the Union Sanatorium Association be convened at next GEB committee meeting; amended bylaws of Union Sanatorium Association; proposal by APCO Association for development of Manhattan sites for Unity House; memos and article from JUSTICE re merger of New York local health & welfare funds into one joint board; copy edited transcript of speech delivered at 1986 convention, memo re galleys of draft of proceeding for review; list of GEB officers with notes about retirement; letter of resignation/retirement from union archivist Henoch Mendelsund, 2/27/86; year-to-year comparison of totals of union membership by local and region, 1969-85

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General Executive Board Meetings: December 3-6
Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, FL. Minutes; lists of attendees; report to Education Committee; reports from Field Activities, Import Roll Back Campaign; International Relations; Organization & Field Services; Retiree Services; Union Label; Midwest Region; New England; New Jersey; New York City local 91-105, local 30, local 23-25, New York Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear & Allied Workers' Union local 89-22-1; New York State; Pacific Northwest; Philadelphia-South Jersey; Puerto Rico; Western States; from Wilbur Daniels, "T-Shirt Situation Report" re union members mistakenly buying non-union clothes; report on agreements negotiated with Country Miss of Cookville, Personal Sportswear, Kay Windsor, Hapco, Hollister Corp., Vestra Ind., Susan Fashions; press release re textbook scholarship for children of local 23-25 workers, mainly Asian American

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General Executive Board Meetings: January 7-12 [folder 1 of 2]
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. Minutes, Jan. 7-11, 1985; letters of invitation, list of attendees; list of GEB members and birth dates, managers born 1921 or earlier; correspondence re dissolution or merger of upstate NY locals, letters of resignation by various officers of NYC locals related to reorganization of NY Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear and Allied Workers' Union (December 1984); meeting agenda; reports from: Benefit Funds Department; Legal Department; Research (re imports); Central States Region; Eastern Pennsylvania; Midwest Region; New Jersey Region; NYC local 23-25, local 91-105; New York State District; Northeast, Western Pennsylvania & Ohio (also "Final Report, 1984 Rank and File Conference or 'Northeast Department Does A Mock Election'"; also "Health Care for all Pennsylvanians"); Pacific Northwest District Council; Puerto Rico; Southeast Region organizing activities, incl. copy of agreement with Kellwood Company (Grenada, Miss.; facility in Fernwood), news clippings; Upper South; Western States Region

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General Executive Board Meetings: January 7-12 [folder 2 of 2]
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. Minutes, Jan. 7-11, 1985; letters of invitation, list of attendees; list of GEB members and birth dates, managers born 1921 or earlier; correspondence re dissolution or merger of upstate NY locals, letters of resignation by various officers of NYC locals related to reorganization of NY Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear and Allied Workers' Union (December 1984); meeting agenda; reports from: Benefit Funds Department; Legal Department; Research (re imports); Central States Region; Eastern Pennsylvania; Midwest Region; New Jersey Region; NYC local 23-25, local 91-105; New York State District; Northeast, Western Pennsylvania & Ohio (also "Final Report, 1984 Rank and File Conference or 'Northeast Department Does A Mock Election'"; also "Health Care for all Pennsylvanians"); Pacific Northwest District Council; Puerto Rico; Southeast Region organizing activities, incl. copy of agreement with Kellwood Company (Grenada, Miss.; facility in Fernwood), news clippings; Upper South; Western States Region

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General Executive Board Meetings: June 24-26
Unity House, PA. Minutes, "Sixth Meeting"; reports from: Education Department; Field Activities, Import Roll Back Campaign; International Relations; Legal; Legislative; Organization & Field Services; Retiree Services; Union Label; Central States Region; Eastern Pennsylvania; Midwest; New England; New York City local 23-25 (Chinatown) and local 91; New York State; Northeast, Western Pennsylvania & Ohio; Pacific Northwest; Puerto Rico, Upper South

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General Executive Board Meetings: September 11-14
Unity House, PA. Minutes, "Fourth Meeting"; lists of attendees; invoice from Unity House and memo from Wilbur Daniels questioning items; cards with meeting agenda; letter from U.S. Department of Labor (March 14, 1984) to South Jersey Joint Board Health and Welfare Fund re ERISA violations; reports from: Audit Department, 1983 Financial Report: General Funds by region; International Relations; Research Department re imports (March 10-September 10, 1984); Legislative (?); Organization & Field Services; Retiree Services; Central States Region; New Jersey; New York; Southeast; Southern California; Upper South; report by Stratford Advisory Group (September 1984): "Effectively Investing ILGWU's Financial Assets"

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General Executive Board Meetings: March 11-14
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Atlanta, GA. Minutes, "Third Meeting"; identical minutes except says "Second Meeting"; draft of minutes with cover note, "This is the first part of the GEB meeting from M. Peretsman --- the second half will follow"; handwritten notes "Decisions made at GEB meeting, March, 1984"; letters to and from former president Jimmy Carter declining invitation to speak at GEB meeting; announcement of third meeting, list of attendees

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General Executive Board Meetings: March 22-24
1710 Broadway, New York City. No minutes; list of invited attendees; reports from: Central States Region; Eastern Pennsylvania Region; New England; New Jersey (includes newspaper clippings, organizing flyers given to office workers, correspondence with police re leafleting, census of gains & losses of members by local and industry, Dec. 1, 1982- Mar. 1, 1983; letter to AFL-CIO Pres. Lane Kirkland from Director Sol Goldberg re scandal over New Jersey pres. Charles Marciante; correspondence with lawyers); New York City local 62-32, Cutters' Union local 10, New York Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear & Allied Workers' Union; New York State; Midwest; Pacific Northwest; Puerto Rico; Southeast; Upper South; Western States

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General Executive Board Meetings: October 7-12
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. Minutes, "Second Meeting"

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General Executive Board Meetings: June 3
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. Minutes, "First Meeting"

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General Executive Board Meetings: May 30-31
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. Minutes, "Eighth Meeting"

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General Executive Board Meetings: January 5-11
Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, FL. Minutes, "Fourth Meeting"; list of invited attendees; report from the Central States Region (June - December 1981)

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ILGWU Convention: Planning
Timetable, checklist of logistics; daily convention schedule; instructions for delegate election procedure; directory of locals; 20-page memorandum to Jay Mazur from Gus Tyler re negative comments he collected during 1986 convention (dated June 25, 1986), with recommendations to make 1989 convention more participatory, with handwritten comments in reaction; memo to Mazur from vice president Susan Cowell endorsing Tyler memo, Sept. 19, 1988; memo to Mazur from John Burke re meeting with Cowell to implement suggested changes, Nov. 4, 1988; memo to Mazur from David Melman re changes and themes for 1989 convention, detailing preparations, suggesting eliminating expensive and unappreciated extravagances; Nov. 4, 1988; letter from Mazur to regional directors re letter to be sent to all delegates endorsing need for dues increase; minutes of several meetings of convention planning committee, Oct. 21, 1985-May 17, 1989, including handwritten notes

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ILGWU Convention: Child Care
Letter noting that child care will be provided for delegates and staff during convention; related correspondence

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ILGWU Convention: Committee Assignments
Lists of committees and delegate assignments

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Committee Reports [folder 1 of 2]
Reports and recommendations of Appeals Committee; Benefit Programs; Civil Rights and Immigration; Constitution; Contract; Credentials; Education; Finance; Imports; International Affairs; Labor Standards Legislation; Officers' Report; Organization; Political Action; Social and Labor Legislation (comprising an introduction on the erosion of the general welfare under Reagan and Bush, and reports on AIDS; Budget Cuts in Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security; Catastrophic Medical Insurance; Child Care; Commercial Rent Binding Arbitration in New York City; Consumer Affairs Agencies; Corporate Power; Drug Abuse; Equal Rights Amendment; Family and Medical Leave; Foreign Ownership; Homeless; Housing; Long Term Health Care; National Health Care; Rent Control; Reproductive Choice; Taxation of Social Security and Unemployment Benefits; Unemployment Insurance; Weekly Disability Benefits); and Union Label

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Committee Reports [folder 2 of 2]
Reports and recommendations of Appeals Committee; Benefit Programs; Civil Rights and Immigration; Constitution; Contract; Credentials; Education; Finance; Imports; International Affairs; Labor Standards Legislation; Officers' Report; Organization; Political Action; Social and Labor Legislation (comprising an introduction on the erosion of the general welfare under Reagan and Bush, and reports on AIDS; Budget Cuts in Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security; Catastrophic Medical Insurance; Child Care; Commercial Rent Binding Arbitration in New York City; Consumer Affairs Agencies; Corporate Power; Drug Abuse; Equal Rights Amendment; Family and Medical Leave; Foreign Ownership; Homeless; Housing; Long Term Health Care; National Health Care; Rent Control; Reproductive Choice; Taxation of Social Security and Unemployment Benefits; Unemployment Insurance; Weekly Disability Benefits); and Union Label

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Constitutional Amendments
Printed proposed amendments; memos re possible change in convention frequency, list of unions that hold their conventions less often than every three years; memo analyzing other unions' constitutions' use of gender-neutral language; memo re increasing strike benefit, instituting two-tiered dues system; memo to Pres. Mazur re proposed changes; correspondence with ILG attorneys re mandatory retirement clause, Supreme Court ruling re dues by non-members, other matters; handwritten notes

  6  
ILGWU Convention Delegates
Printed brochure, "Delegate's Guide 40th Convention" (June 2-9, 1989); printed Original Credential certificate for delegates and alternates; memo re pre-registration forms; memo encouraging full participation of alternates; letter from Mazur to delegates re need for dues increase; correspondence re per diem allowances; computer printout of delegates and guests attending; letters and computer printouts re sergeants-at-arms

  6  
ILGWU Convention Equipment: Computers, Furniture
Correspondence with convention contractors

  6  
ILGWU Convention Events: Entertainment
Memo to hotel that ILG supports grape boycott on behalf of United Farm Workers, requesting no grapes be served; correspondence and schedule of luncheons, parties, etc.

  6  
ILGWU Convention Events: Organizing and Field Services Department
Jobs with Justice rally flyer in support of United Mine Workers strike at the Pittston Co., near Diplomat Hotel, announcing speakers including Jay Mazur; cover letters to non-ILG union officials and academics re video of Pittston rally; memo to organizing directors re mandatory Organization Committee meeting and workshops, staffing of booth; sign-up sheets for workshops in Chinese, Spanish, and English re organizing campaigns; list of volunteer organizers; handwritten notes

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Executive Board Reports
Printed General Executive Board Report to the 40th Convention; printed Financial & Statistical Report to the 40th Convention; printed Employer Contributed Benefit Funds Report to the 40th Convention; memo to Pres. Mazur re suggested topics for his speech, reviews content of past convention speeches

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Executive Affair Elections
Scripts and cue cards; nomination speech in Spanish and English

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Exhibits, Booths
List of booth displays at convention; agenda for meeting on exhibits and workshops; memos to ILG departments; correspondence with convention services provider

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Guests and Retirees
Lists of Florida retirees and survivors (widows/widowers), retired vice presidents, guests; correspondence with mayor of Miami; letters of invitation to non-ILG union officials, clergy, arbitrators, etc.

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Hotel
Post-convention letters to hotel director of sales, and from hotel president and CEO, re poor physical conditions at hotel; invoices

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Convention Services (Grebelsky, Regal Services)
Invoices, correspondence

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Letters of Support
Letter from U.S. Dept. of Labor Secretary Elizabeth Dole noting need to keep America competitive with the rest of the world; letter from United Paperworkers International Union soliciting message of support on the occasion of its convention, letter from ILG expressing support

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Music
Checklist/stage directions for musical performances; contract with Wildlife Music; invoices from and payment records to Malcolm Dodds Music, Wildlife Music, Multi Entertainment, and Jack Faith Music Services; meeting notes re chorus, chorus schedule, report on experience of chorus; clippings re Platters; proposal from Lifeline

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Nurse
Correspondence re on-site nursing services; insurance coverage policy certificate

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Photography
Invoices, payment records, and correspondence re George Relick Photography and Bert Berinsky; copy of a photo of the General Executive Board (original held in Kheel photo archives)

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Printed Publication, Convention Daily
Copies of ON THE MOVE, daily newsletter distributed at convention, days 1-7; correspondence re printing expenses, bids from union printers; memo suggesting improvements to editorial production process; list of printed convention material

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Resolutions
Printed "Resolutions Submitted to the 40th Convention" (books 1 & 2); typed list of resolutions submitted to the AFL- CIO convention October 1987; newspaper clipping and memo re resolution urging lifting the ban on trade unionists visiting from socialist countries; two lists of resolutions: those adopted at convention that require action by the general office and those referred to the General Executive Board (GEB); letters to locals requesting resolutions

  6  
ILGWU Convention: Signage
Correspondence and invoices from Regal convention services re signs and banners; drafts of letter of agreement for decorating the convention hall and producing a slide show; list of signs; letter to locals requesting signs; copies of photos of decorated hall (originals held in Kheel photo archives)

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Songs
Printed THE ILGWU SONG BOOK

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Speakers, Correspondence
Memo to General Executive Board soliciting suggestions for speakers, with list of speakers at 1986, 1983, and 1980 conventions; response from vice presidents Susan Cowell and Evelyn Dubrow, with list arranged by ethnic/gender/political and other categories, and analysis of rationale for several; list of speakers at recent conventions of other unions; approved list of possible speakers; lists of status of speaker invitations; correspondence with Larry Kirkman, exec. dir., Labor Institute for Public Affairs, re speakers representing Union Yes campaign (Tyne Daley or Edward Olmos); letter from South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, declining invitation; letters of invitation to NY Gov. Mario Cuomo, with handwritten note from president Mazur: "This would mean a great deal to our membership. Nearly half of our 1000 delegates will be from New York State"; Sen. Edward Kennedy, with handwritten note from Mazur: "This would mean a great deal to us. President, then Sen. Kennedy spoke to our convention in 1959 and Robert in 1965. Our members have not forgotten the contributions the Kennedys made to this nation..."; Jesse Jackson, with handwritten note: "Our people...worked hard on your campaign and would really appreciate your participation..."; Jack Sheinkman, pres., ACTWU; Shirley Carr, pres., Canadian Labour Congress; Member of Parliament Neil Kinnock; Rep. Henry Gonzalez (note declining invitation); Sen. Barbara Mikulski; Puerto Rican governor Rafael Hernandez-Colon; Dr. Ruth Westheimer; Ann Richards, treasurer of Texas; Norman Hill, pres., A. Philip Randolf Institute (mentions plans for convention celebration of 100th anniversary of Randolf's birth, achievements of black trade unionists); correspondence acknowledging positive response from Lane Kirkland, pres., AFL-CIO; Desmond Sampson, gen. secy., Garment & Allied Workers' Union (South Africa), others; list of escort committees

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Staff, Secretaries
Report on Convention '89 Secretarial Pool, detailing poor working conditions: long hours, duplicative effort, confusion, isolation, inadequate equipment, recommendations for future conventions; lists of convention secretarial staff, 1989 and 1986; memos re computer needs

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Stage Directions
Daily stage directions for speakers/elections, musicians, concurrent slide show (notes Al Gore)

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Translation Service
Contract, invoices, and correspondence re simultaneous translation services with PTL Translating Services; price quote from International Simultaneous Translation Services (USA), Inc.; letter from David Melman to John Hudson, ACTWU, re experience with PTL Translating Services, noting that translation was provided in Spanish, French, and Chinese, "tremendously popular" with delegates, at significantly lower cost than other services quoted; letter to PTL president, noting several hundred delegates used service, first time translation services were used

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Travel Arrangements
Memo to regional directors warning of inconvenience in flight arrangements due to strike with Eastern Airlines, notes ILG contribution to strike fund; correspondence and travel insurance policy certificate; memos re logistics of arrivals and departures

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Videos
Schedule of videos shown on in-house hotel channel, including "Triangle Fire," "A. Philip Randolph: Portrait in Black," "Wrath of Grapes"; memo requesting copies of eight taped segments from convention, including speech by NY Gov. Mario Cuomo; list of 39 tape segments; proposal, letter of agreement, and draft scripts of video commissioned for convention, "On the Move," and cover letter from Sheridan Elson Communications, Inc.; proposal from Day's Work Productions (division of Abernathy & Mitchell) with critical handwritten notes; memo from Susan Cowell suggesting themes for videos, endorsing proposal by the Kamber Group (attached)

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Workshops
Memo, descriptions, and sign-up sheets for workshops: benefits, pre-retirement, health and safety, international solidarity, and organizing (Spanish, Chinese, English); agenda outline, "Meeting on Exhibits and Workshops"

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Post Convention Commentary
Minutes, "Summary of Post-Convention Meeting," July 24, 1989, including reactions to reports and suggestions for changes (increasing number of secretaries, instituting shift system, guaranteeing time off), cost-cutting, decision to try to find another hotel for 1992 convention; report on experience of secretarial pool; report on experience of chorus; list of convention expenses; post-convention letters to hotel director of sales, and from hotel president and CEO, re poor physical conditions at hotel; handwritten letter from delegate, in Spanish, and English translation, expressing appreciation for translation services; letter from Canadian District Council expressing appreciation for financial assistance; letter from lawyer expressing satisfaction with convention; letter from musician Malcolm Dodds expressing appreciation for title of Honorary Vice President

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Planning, Logistics
Minutes of planning meetings, "Future Notes for 1989 Convention," checklist of logistics for arrival and departure, summary of invoices, correspondence; list of vice presidents, NYC managers and directors, committees; convention week agenda

  7  
ILGWU Convention Call
Drafts of letters to locals announcing convention, outlining procedure for election of delegates; 27 subsequent letters instructing actions for next stages, delegate per diems, travel arrangements; credential certificate forms; newspaper clippings re current and previous convention calls; planning timetables

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Letter of Support
Letters and mailgrams from the U.S. Department of Labor (Secretary William Brock), Communication Workers of America, United Garment Workers of America, Union Label & Service Trades Department AFL-CIO, and the Workmen's Circle Home and Infirmary for the Aged.

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Hotel Diplomat Contract and Correspondence
Delegate guide for 1983 convention, with note to hotel sales manager from Wilbur Daniels to bring it up to date; delegate guide for 1986 convention; letters from convention services provider Morton Grebelsky (Regal Services) confirming terms of agreement; correspondence re gratuities; contracts with Diplomat Hotel

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Printed Proceeding, Convention Daily
Correspondence re photographer Bert Berinsky; copies of CONVENTION DAILY, daily newsletter distributed at convention; contact sheet of photographs for newsletter (originals held in Kheel photo archives); partial official printed proceedings (galley proofs, some with editing)

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Signage, Art
Correspondence re banner suggestions, checklist of signs; names of committees; list of slogans used at 1983 convention; mock-ups of artwork for signs and cover of General Executive Board report

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Songs
"Sing-A-Long...with the ILGWU" 1986 convention songbook; UAW songbook, 1984, with memo to Wilbur Daniels; memo suggesting Bruce Springsteen be invited to perform a version of "Born in the USA" ("Made in the USA"), noting his support for working people; typed lyrics to other songs, commemorating Triangle fire, praising outgoing president Sol Chaikin; itemized invoices for Malcolm Dodds Music

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Speakers Invited, Correspondence
List of guest speakers at 1977, 1980, 1983 conventions; list of speakers at other labor union (IUE, UAW, AFT) recent conventions; suggestions for speakers from ILG officers; declined invitations from NY Gov. Mario Cuomo; San Antonio, TX, mayor Cisneros; invitation to, but no reply from, Sen. Edward Kennedy; accepted invitations from AFL-CIO pres. Lane Kirkland; Shirley Carr, pres. Canadian Labour Congress; Sen. Hollings; South African labor activist Emma Mashinini, several clergy; introductions/biographies of speakers; press release re speakers

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Staff
Lists of secretarial and other staff working the convention; memos

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Vendors
Sample of ILGWU button to be used at convention; corresp. re nonpayment dispute between entertainment providers Wildlife Music and Manhattan Repertory Company; terms of agreement with Convention & Group Travel Associates; press kit of the Building and Construction Trades Department (AFL-CIO); corresp. with Burrell Actuations re promotional items with logo "Crafted with Pride in U.S.A."; corresp. with Carroll & Graf Publishers re mass copies of THE TRIANGLE FIRE by Leon Stern; with Memorial Bibles, an all-union shop; with Medical Personnel Pool re providing nursing services; copies of CONVENTION UNITY, the daily convention publication of ACTWU, which held convention at Diplomat Hotel in 1984

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Canada
Winnipeg, Manitoba

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Central States
Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Eastern PA
Philadelphia¬-South Jersey District Council; Allentown

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Midwest
Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, New England
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, New Jersey
  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, New York City
  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, New York State (excluding NYC)
Upstate New York, Nassau-Suffolk, Lower Hudson District Councils

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Northeast Department
Central Pennsylvania, Ohio

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Puerto Rico
  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notes, Southeast
N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Upper South
Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky

  7  
ILGWU Convention: Election Notices, Western States
Los Angeles and San Francisco, California

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Canada
notes some problems

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Central States
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Midwest
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, New England
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, New Jersey
Letter from manager of Local 160 in Bayonne, NJ, appealing for financial assistance from New Jersey Region for delegates to attend

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, New York State
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, New York City
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Northeast, Western PA, Ohio Department
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Philadelphia-South Jersey District
Minutes of election meetings of various locals

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Puerto Rico
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Southeast
Notes several locals that have gone out of existence

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Upper South
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Election Returns, Western States
  8  
ILGWU Convention: Delegates
Comparison of delegate numbers by local for 1983 convention and 1986 convention; correspondence re various problems; per diem allowances; census of locals in 1984 and 1985 with delegate allocation entitlement; memos re appointment of head sergeant-at-arms; computer printouts of delegates, sergeants-at-arms, and guests attending

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Delegates, Canadian
Correspondence re problems with delegates; draft of section of report pertaining to Canada; instructions for election procedures in French and Spanish

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Retirees and Guests
Drafts of form-letter invitations to retired members; individual letters from retired members; lists of retired vice presidents and widows; list of retired staff living in Florida; letter from Florida Retiree Services Department to Social Security Administration requesting display re programs; memos from Retiree Services Department re expanded sessions and events program for retirees at convention, insurance coverage; correspondence and contract re on-site nurse, emergency medical treatment; script, "In Search of...the ILG Retiree"; correspondence re guests

  8  
ILGWU Convention: Committee Officers and Staff
Recommendations for committee assignments from various locals; lists from 1983 convention

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Executive Officer Reports
Drafts of General Executive Board report, drafts of speech by Irwin Solomon; draft of Executive Vice President's report (Wilbur Daniels); printed bios of Wilbur Daniels (1977, 1983, 1985); financial report (Jay Mazur); script or transcript of President Chaikin's remarks between committee reports

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Master Agreements Report, Wilbur Daniels
Printed summaries of terms with Jonathan Logan, Leslie Fay, Bobbie Brooks, Maidenform, Mode O'Day, 1980 and 1983; Bobbie Brooks and Leslie Fay master agreements, 1985; letter of agreement with the Puerto Rican Corset & Brassiere Association, 1980-83 and 1983-85; handwritten notes

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Union Label Report, Wilbur Daniels
Several edited drafts

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Executive Officer Elections
Script or transcript of proceedings/stage directions

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Constitutional Amendments
Printed proposed amendments; settlement with Department of Labor re elimination of 5% rule for seconding nominations; correspondence with ILG's Canadian attorney critiquing the viability of the union's constitution under Canadian law; legal opinions by AFL-CIO and ILG attorneys re slate voting, associate membership category

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Strike Benefits
Resolutions introduced at 1980 and 1983 conventions proposing raising the strike benefit (defeated); memo, 1985

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Committee Reports [folder 1 of 2]
List of 1986 Convention Decisions; Proposed Amendments to the Constitution; list of committee chairs; reports and recommendations of Resolutions Committee; Appeals; Credentials; Education; Finance; Workers' Benefits; Institutions and Social Welfare Programs; Imports; International Affairs; Law; Organizing; Rules; Social & Labor Legislation; Union Label; Work Standards Committees

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Committee Reports [folder 2 of 2]
List of 1986 Convention Decisions; Proposed Amendments to the Constitution; list of committee chairs; reports and recommendations of Resolutions Committee; Appeals; Credentials; Education; Finance; Workers' Benefits; Institutions and Social Welfare Programs; Imports; International Affairs; Law; Organizing; Rules; Social & Labor Legislation; Union Label; Work Standards Committees

  9  
ILGWU Convention: General, Planning
Checklist of logistics, memo re plans for press coverage

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Convention Call, Timetable
Drafts of letters to locals announcing convention, outlining procedure for election of delegates; 1980 call; planning timetables

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Committee Assignments
Recommendations for committee assignments from various locals; lists from 1980 convention; memo to Pres. Chaikin from Wilbur Daniels recommending increasing number of women as officers

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Constitutional Amendments
Printed proposed amendments; printed constitution as adopted at 1980 convention; memo from Local 99 proposing decrease in number of vice presidents (original and copy with editing changes, including gender-neutral language); individual proposed amendments; 1982 memo to ILG attorney requesting review of constitutional provisions re election of general manager, reply with part of constitution of United Food & Commercial Workers International Union; 1983 memo from ILG attorney suggesting language banning ILG membership by members of the Communist Party, with cover memo from Wilbur Daniels noting it was decided not to so amend; 1983 memo from attorney advising clarification of Art. 13, re appealing elections

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Delegates
Printed brochure, "Delegate's Guide to 38th ILGWU Convention" (1983); lists of sergeants-at-arms, delegates, and guests; official election return ballot for delegates; convention floor layout showing delegation seating arrangement; correspondence re per diem allowances; memo re number of delegates allotted per affiliate, noting actual number will be lower due to some locals going out of existence

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Events and Entertainment
Contract & correspondence with performers; list of dinners, breakfasts, and cocktail receptions for various delegations

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Exhibits and Archives
Correspondence with Dept. of Health & Human Services and others for exhibits; with ILG archivist; sketches

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Guests and Retirees, Invitations
List of retired vice presidents and widows; computer printout of guests at 1980 convention; handwritten correspondence from retiree, declining invitation due to inability to find respite care for ailing wife; letter from ACTWU, Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers Union industrial department director, accepting invitation; letter from General Federation of Labor in Israel (Histadrut), accepting invitation

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Hotel Contract and Correspondence
Contracts with Diplomat Hotel, correspondence; 1980 correspondence including memo from hotel executive vice president noting that they have been removed from boycott over Equal Rights Amendment, with attached resolution, Feb 20, 1980, that the City of Hollywood, FL, does not oppose ratification of the ERA

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Lawyer's Conference
Memos

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Printed Convention Daily
Copies of CONVENTION DAILY, daily newsletter distributed at convention, days 1-7

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Resolutions
Three lists of resolutions: those adopted at convention, those requiring action by the ILG general office; and those referred to the General Executive Board (GEB); list, "Subjects not covered by resolutions received thus far"; signed ballots authorizing restructuring of affiliates in Ontario, Canada, copy of resolution; mailgrams to various locals urgently requesting submission of resolutions

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Slogans, Signage
Memos requesting suggestions for slogans; lists of slogans

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Songs
"Sing-A-Long...with the ILGWU" 1983 convention songbook, general songbook, songbook of the AFL-CIO Union Label and Service Trades Department; typed lyrics to other songs

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Speakers
Correspondence with offices of invited speakers: Vice President Walter Mondale, Rep. Geraldine Ferraro (D.-N.Y.) (air fare reimbursement check), Zensen (Japanese Federation of Textile, Garment, Chemical, Distributive and Allied Industry Workers) president Tadanobu Usami; Rep. William Gray III (D.-Pa.); press release announcing speakers at convention

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Speeches, Scripts
"Proposed Script: Advertising Report, ILGWU Convention 1983," re imports, union label, TV advertising; list of computer disk locations for documents; script formats of speech introductions for officers' reports (no substantive content)

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Staff, Secretarial
Lists of secretarial staff working the convention; memos

  9  
ILGWU Convention: Vendors
Correspondence & invoices from service providers for on-site nursing staff (Medical Personnel Pool); photography (Bert Berinsky); Total Audiovisual Services (includes script sequence); Malcolm Dodds Music, computer systems (Leader Data Processing)

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Convention Call, Planning
Convention Call announcing convention to locals; outline of procedure for election of delegates; credential certificate forms, hotel reservation form; official return forms for elected delegates and alternates; list of joint boards, district councils, departments and their local unions; memo to all affiliates requesting resolutions; memo requesting banners; memo re per diem allowances for delegates and guests; memo discussing travel arrangements; memo to Florida local 415-475 requesting liquor order

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Air Fares
Invoices and payments for airline tickets through Unitours for officials and invited guests

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Census
Memo to locals with questionnaire re number of members employed in various trades; balance sheets showing net changes in membership, 12/31/73-12/31/76; delegate appropriation entitlements per local, comparison with 1974

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Delegate Seating
Memos to individual regional directors by name re seating arrangements at convention for delegations; schematics of seating for 1977 & 74 conventions; list of locals and delegate counts for each

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Delegate Seating, Banquet
List of invited guests (all international labor leaders); list of staff; list of attendees (locals and individuals); engraved invitation, seating chart showing delegations

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report
Printed "1974-76 Financial and Statistical Report, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, January 1, 1974 to December 31, 1976, submitted by Sol C. Chaikin, President, General Secretary-Treasurer, 36th Convention, Hollywood, Florida, May 27, 1977"; associated balance sheets, working draft of narrative; hand-annotated copy of 1974 financial report (with notation, "Notes for 1977 Convention")

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Balance Sheets, General Office
General office balance sheets; convention worksheets; dues rates, 1975, NYC; total wages as per 941p, 1976, accounting notes; reserves reported to conventions, 1901-1976; membership census, 1902-1976; schedule of donations to organizations; staff disability fund, special assistance fund, staff retirement fund, and label promotion fund balance sheets

  10  
ILGWU Convention: General Executive Board Report
Addenda to financial report

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Hotel Bills and Correspondence
Letter from Mort Grebelsky, president of American Convention Services, thanking President Chaikin for using his firm; detailed 3-page list of Diplomat Hotel staff gratuities; correspondence with hotel personnel re logistics; invoices

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Payroll
Payroll sheets for ILG officers and staff at convention

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Staff
List of staff at convention (including sergeants-at-arms, credentials committee), expense reimbursements

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Convention Call, Planning
Convention Call announcing convention to locals; outline of procedure for election of delegates; memo to all affiliates requesting resolutions; memo re per diem allowances for delegates and guests; list of retired officers, wives, and widows receiving invitations; letter to Miami Beach Nursing Services; memo from hotel sales manager re daily logistics, arrivals and departures

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Census
Memo to locals with questionnaire re number of members employed in various trades; census distribution of membership totals by state, Canadian province, and Puerto Rico; delegate appropriation entitlements per local based on 1973 census, comparison with 1971; membership turnover for 1971, 1972, 1973; lists of new locals, locals out of existence, and locals merged, 1/1/71 - 12/31/73; note summarizing number of locals, total membership, and staff

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Delegate Seating
List of locals and delegate counts for each; memo to individual regional directors by name re seating arrangements at convention for delegations; seating charts showing delegations and number of delegates; printed banquet ticket; invoice from Craftsmen Photo Company for convention floor plans

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report, Accounting Carried over from 1971 Convention
Accounting proposals carried forward from 1971 convention: six-page memo from Wilbur Daniels, list of decisions by President Stulberg re how fund balances are reported (September 25, 1970); audit critique: "Comments on statement of receipts and disbursements"

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report, Balance Sheets
Printed "Financial and Statistical Report, January 1, 1971 to December 31, 1973, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, submitted by Sol C. Chaikin, General Secretary-Treasurer, Thirty-Fifth Convention, Miami Beach, Florida, May 31, 1974"; general office balance sheets; convention worksheets; schedule of donations to organizations; staff disability fund, special assistance fund, staff retirement fund, death benefit fund, and label promotion fund balance sheets

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report, President Chaikin's Report
Photocopy of printed financial report, with hand notations and cover memo from Milton Spitz; "You may find the attached useful for your report to the convention."

  10  
ILGWU Convention: Staff
Lists of staff (including sergeants-at-arms) at convention, bonus/expense reimbursements

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Convention Call, Planning
Convention Call announcing convention to locals; call for election of delegates; memo re per diem, questioning tax implications of compensation for lost wages during convention; memos to committee chairs

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Census
Balance sheets showing net changes in membership by local, 12/31/67-12/31/70; Central States census of locals, January 1, 1968

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Delegates
Delegate appropriation entitlements per local based on 1970 census, comparison with 1968; delegate and guest count at convention

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Reports
Printed "Financial and Statistical Report, January 1, 1968 to December 31, 1970, submitted by Louis Stulberg, President, General Secretary-Treasurer, Thirty-Fourth Convention, May 6, 1971"; general office balance sheets; convention worksheets; schedule of donations to organizations; staff illness fund, special assistance fund, staff retirement fund, death benefit fund, and label promotion fund balance sheets

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report, President
Photocopy of printed financial report, with hand notations; four pages of notes for President Stulberg's financial report to the convention

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Signage, Banquet, Seating
Photocopies of photographs of signage at convention hall (originals held in Kheel photo archives); list of locals and delegate counts for each; seating charts showing delegations and number of delegates; invoice from Craftsmen Photo Company for convention floor plans; printed banquet ticket

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Staff
Lists of staff at convention, bonus/expense reimbursements

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Convention Call, Planning
Convention Call announcing convention to locals; outline of procedure for election of delegates and local officials; return forms for elections; memo to all affiliates requesting resolutions; memo requesting banners; memo re per diem allowances for delegates; registration instructions; blank souvenir convention memo pad; printed program, 33rd Convention, listing speakers, agenda; hand-lettered 4 ¼ by 7 inch sign, "Official Car International Ladies Garment Workers Union," with union label of the Sign and Pictorial Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers of America

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Census
Printed report, "Census Report 1967"; memo to locals with questionnaire re number of members employed in various trades; lists of new locals, locals out of existence, and locals merged, 1/1/65 - 12/31/67

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Delegate Seating
List of locals and delegate counts for each; seating charts showing delegations and number of delegates

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report
Printed "Financial and Statistical Report, January 1, 1965 to December 31, 1967, submitted by Louis Stulberg, President, General Secretary-Treasurer, Thirty-Third Convention, May 23, 1968"; printed "Financial Report, General Funds, 1967, compiled by the Auditing Department"; printed "Employer Contributed Welfare Funds; printed Report of the Health & Welfare Retirement and Supplementary Unemployment Funds, 1967"; printed "Labor Organization Annual Report Form LM-2 and Instructions, U.S. Department of Labor"; printed "Instructions for Labor Organization Annual Report, LM-3"; letters from Union Welfare Bureau and Union Auditors soliciting business; typed draft of financial report narrative with handwritten editing notation; typed and handwritten balance sheets, membership census, dues income per local

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Report, Proofs
Several stages of production proofs of printed report

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Balance Sheet, General Office
General Office balance sheets, label promotion fund, special assistance fund, donations to organizations

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Balance Sheets, Death Benefit Fund
Printed "Report 1965-1967 DEATH BENEFIT FUND, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 33rd Convention, ILGWU, May 1968, Atlantic City, NJ"; balance sheets

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Staff Retirement Fund
Printed "1967 Report of the Health and Welfare Retirement and Supplementary Unemployment Funds, January 1, 1967 - December 31, 1967"

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Census
Balance sheets showing net changes in membership by local, by geographic region, and total aggregate,1/1/62-1/1/65; dues revenue, 1903-1964

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Delegate Seating
Three seating charts showing delegations and number of delegates for each

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Reports
Printed "Financial and Statistical Report, January 1, 1962 to December 31, 1964, submitted by Louis Stulberg, General Secretary-Treasurer, Thirty-Second Convention, Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla., May 12, 1965"; typed draft stages, associated balance sheets

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Reports, Proofs
Several stages of production proofs of printed report

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Reports, Balance Sheets
Donations to organizations, label promotion fund, staff retirement fund, death benefit fund

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Reports, Balance Sheets, Assets, Miscellaneous
Labor Day Parade; March on Washington; Advance for National Severance Fund; check accounts, listing banks

  11  
ILGWU Convention: Financial Reports, Balance Sheets, Convention Worksheets
  11  
ILGWU Convention
May 23-June 1, 1962, Convention Auditorium, Atlantic City, NJ. Printed "Financial and Statistical Report, January 1, 1959 to December 31, 1962, submitted by Louis Stulberg, General Secretary-Treasurer, Thirty-First Convention, Atlantic City, NJ, May 23-June 1, 1962"; memo to locals requesting flowers; memo to staff re expense reimbursement, list of staff by name, with reimbursement amounts; list of 1962 staff not at 1959 convention

  12  
Mergers: New York City Health and Welfare Funds, Committee
Edited report, "Toward a National Health And Welfare Fund: A Policy Statement And Program Outline"; committee meeting agenda and minutes; minutes of first Sportswear Joint Board Delegates' Meeting; handwritten notes; letter from attorney outlining merger steps for national health and welfare plan; resolutions

  12  
Mergers: New York City Health and Welfare Fund, Resolutions
Resolutions approving merger of New York City locals into the Sportswear and Allied Workers' Joint Board. Mergers include New York Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear and Allied Workers' Union, locals 10, 22, 23-25, 1- 35, 40, 66, 80-48, 91 (Children's Dress - Infants Wear, Housedress and Bathrobe Makers Union), 105, 155 (Knitgood Workers)

  12  
Mergers: Pennsylvania, Hazelton Opposition
Petition signed by members of Local 225, Hazelton, opposing closing and merger with office in Pittston; letters opposing closing: from Greater Wilkes-Barre Labor Council district manager to Pres. Mazur, opposing mergers as politically harmful to the labor movement, July 24, 1987; from member of Local 225 to Pres. Mazur, April 29, 1987; from president of Alliance to Revitalize Center-City Hazelton, Inc., to vice president Sol Hoffman, April 29, 1989; from president of United Labor Council of Lower Luzerne and Carbon Counties, April 30, 1987; from Local 14, Office & Professional Employees, AFL-CIO, April 30, 1987; from Local 1648, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, May 1, 1987; from member in Hazelton, April 30, 1987, with reply from Hoffman explaining rationale for merger, May 12, 1987; question & answer sheet outlining rationale for closing Hazelton; letter from Hazelton district manager to Sol Hoffman listing manufacturing shops in Schuylkill County, April 27, 1987; list of Hazelton District Council officers and members; resolutions approving merger; newspaper clippings

  12  
Mergers: Pennsylvania, Harrisburg-Reading
Resolutions approving merger: Central and Western Penna. and Reading District Council (Reading-Pottstown Local 93 and Trenton-Wilmington District Local 217-228); memo re wildcat strike at Aster Knitting Mills, local 93, Reading, June 10, 1987

  12  
Mergers: Pennsylvania, Scranton-Shamokin
Resolutions approving mergers: original signed for the Scranton District Council, locals 109, 131, and 365, 8/23/89; for the Scranton-Shamokin-Sunbury-Pottsville District Council; financial statement for Shamokin-Sunbury-Pottsville District Council, locals 185-306-351, with hand notation "Resolution for merger passed Aug. 9, 1989"; meeting minutes

  12  
Mazur Memos
  12  
Media Training
Media training kit by Michael Sheehan Associates, affiliated with Ogilvy Mather Public Affairs; script re evils of homework; handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, late 1980s?

  12  
New York City: Fire Museum
Correspondence with FDNY and Fire Museum re Triangle Shirtwaist Fire video; publicity material re Fire Museum, May-June 1987

  12  
Imports Task Force [folder 1 of 2]
Transcript of testimony before the Trade Policy Staff Committee: "The Economic Effects of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on the U.S. Apparel Industry," Aug. 29, 1991; congressional roll call voting record on Textile and Apparel Act of 1987, with cover memo to ILG regional directors; copy of new version of bill, memo analyzing different versions; lobbying/public relations strategy handbook, "FFACT Battle Plan, 1998 Confidential"; call to action to retirees; memo re lobbying non-sponsors of bill who are up for re-election; copy of "dear colleague" letter by Senate sponsors, list of recipients; list of number of all employees in the apparel and knit mills by state, 1973-1987; newspaper clippings

  12  
Imports Task Force [folder 2 of 2]
"Statement of Jay Mazur, President, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Before the Subcommittee on Trade, Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representative, May 18, 1987," and before the Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate, July 30, 1987, in support of the Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987; Minutes of the Task Force on Imports, 6/16, 6/23, 7/7, 7/21/, 7/24/87; list of ILG locals by state and congressional district, identifying congressional representatives; list of Senate and House cosponsors of the bill by state; newsletter, "ILGWU Memo/For Staff Only, Special Override Issue" May 1986; leaflets, newspaper clippings

  12  
Vacation and Holiday Task Force
Survey form, "Vacations Paid Through Union Funds"; newsletter, "Local 23-25 News," Feb. 1989, with headline: "Major Changes Coming in Holiday Pay"; news bulletins, From China Town Press, from Centre Daily News, 1/88-1/89; correspondence with data processing firm, spreadsheets, analysis of cost effects under different policy scenarios, 1987; "Summary of Additional Cost For Proposed Vacation Benefit Rules Change," 9/7/88

  12  
Vacation and Holiday Task Force: Financial Data
Several drafts, interim reports, and final reports of committee and subcommittees, 1987-88; minutes and recommendations of preliminary committee meetings, 1985; proposals; handwritten notes

  12  
Vacation and Holiday Task Force: Reports
Financial statements of health and welfare funds of various regions; spreadsheets comparing benefits from region to region; financial and statistical report of the Staff Retirement Fund, 1/1/86-11/30/86

  12  
Vacation Surveys [folder 1 of 2]
Printed "Northeast Department ILGWU Health & Welfare Fund," September 1985; printed "Summary of Benefits, Eastern Region, ILGWU Health and Welfare Benefit Program, July 1984 (English and Spanish); completed questionnaires, Northeast Dept., New England, New York State Eastern Region, Pacific Northwest District Council, Eastern Pennsylvania Region, Philadelphia-South Jersey District Council, New Jersey Region, Central States Region, Puerto Rico, with printed descriptive summary of plan, in Spanish; list of manufacturing associations under agreement, eligibility rules, Northeast Dept.; "Basic Plan, Northeast Department ILGWU Health and Welfare Fund (as amended August 20, 1985)"

  12  
Vacation Surveys [folder 2 of 2]
Spanish. Printed "For Your Health and Welfare...Know Your Benefits, Local 91-105 ILGWU" (English and Spanish); completed questionnaires of local 62-32 (Intimate Apparel Workers' Union), local 91-105 (Children's Wear and Allied Workers' Union), local 10, local 66-40, New York Coat, Suit, Dress, Rainwear & Allied Workers' Union (full bylaws attached), local 132-98 (Plastic, Metal Novelty and Allied Workers' Union), local 23-25 (New York Joint Board Health and Welfare Fund)

  12  
Vacation Surveys: Southeast and Upper South, Surveys and Agreements
Printed "Health and Welfare Benefits: Summary Plan Description, Southeast Region"; response to questionnaire, noting differences, with attachments, Upper South Department, 9/16/87; bylaws of the Southeast Region (as amended November 1984); agreements with Cameo Curtains, division of CHF Industries (Memphis, TN) and local 641, 4/1/85; Joy Fashions, Columbus, GA, and local 117 4/3//86; Sandra Sportswear, Weaver, AL, and local 363, 1/1/87; T.H.M. Manufacturing, Inc., and local 302, 1/1/85; Dary Sue Fashions, Inc., Piedmont, SC, and local 124, 12/14/82; Cape Coral Togs, Cape Coral, FL, and local 305, 1/1/87; Prattville (division of Smoler Bros., Inc.), Montgomery, AL, and local 310, 9/1/82; handwritten notes

  12  
Vacation Funds: California
Printed "Agreement, Pacific Northwest District Council, ILGWU, and Locals No. 101, 213 and 214"; "Rules and Regulations of the ILGWU - Employers Vacation, Health and Welfare Fund (as amended, September 1983)"; "ILGWU - Blue Cross of California Health Insurance Plan Description," benefit change effective August 1, 1986; lists of eligibility requirements for vacation pay, 1978 and 1986; handwritten notes

  12  
Vacation Member Complaints
Handwritten letters from members, appeal forms, notes

  12  
Williamsburg Organizing: Campaign Outreach
Press releases from NYS Department of Labor re labor law violations, esp. homework, 1987-90; lists of members, Citizens' Committee for Justice in Brooklyn; letters urging support, with list of recipients (labor leaders, clergy, elected officials, community leaders), 1/90; press release from ILG Western States Region re legislation introduced by California assemblyman Tom Hayden holding garment retailers jointly liable with manufacturers for labor law violations, 3/2/90; letter from ILG president Mazur to Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes re criminal case against Three Sisters Sportswear, 1/24/90; letter from Mazur to Daily News praising coverage of working conditions, 1/24/90; letter to congressman Stephen Solarz's office from ILG (Melman), 1/19/90; letter from ACTWU president Jack Sheinkman to members of Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union in support of campaign, with note from Sheinkman to Mazur that 2,000 letters had been sent; letter from Sonny Hall, president of Transport Workers' Union, to members in support; ILG memo re possibilities for church-union partnership, list of clergy; draft letter by New York City Labor Religion Coalition to ILG vice president Susan Cowell

  12  
Williamsburg Organizing: Campaign Outreach
Spanish. List of campaign members, 12/30/89; fact sheet sent to members, Campaign for Justice in Brooklyn, 12/29/89; "Statement of Support by the Catholic Religious Community of Brooklyn for the Workers Employed by the Williamsburg Trade Association Who Are Striving to Organize a Real Union" with cover letter from ILG vice president Susan Cowell to Msgr. Basler asking for support, 12/29/89; letter from Cowell to Jewish Labor Committee; letter to NLRB from ILG legal department seeking immediate injunction against Williamsburg Trade Association, 12/12/89; correspondence between congressman Stephen Solarz and ILG vice president Evelyn Dubrow, 12/89; letters to Black Trade Unionist Leadership Committee, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and Longshoremen's Assoc. from ILG vice president Edgar Romney, 12/89; letters from Mazur and Romney to Brooklyn District Attorney Elizabeth Holtzman, City Council president Andrew Stein, state senators, NYS AFL-CIO, clergy, community leaders; other letters urging support, with list of recipients, 11/20/89; letter from Dennis Rivera, president, Local 1199, Drug, Hospital, & Health Care Employees Union, to Mazur and Romney, expressing support, 11/89; list of prominent Hispanics to contact, 10/89; "Testimony of Rev. Fred Davie, Jr., Before the Department of Labor Hearings on Industrial Homework in the Women's Apparel Industry, New York, March 30, 1989"; "Afternoon Session" (Archdeacon Michael S. Kendall, Episcopal Diocese of New York, before Judge Vittone); meeting agenda "on local 17-18 campaign," 1/2/89, with list of employer members of the Williamsburg Trade Association, showing size of workforce at each; letter from Jewish Community Relations Council to Washington Post, objecting to news coverage (clipping attached), 12/1/86; edited draft of proposed leaflet in Spanish and English; leaflet; handwritten notes

  12  
Williamsburg Organizing: Domsey
Fact sheets, Campaign for Justice in Brooklyn; newspaper clippings, Daily News, New York Post, Newsday, New York Times, Women's Wear Daily, Amsterdam News, The Tablet, Craine's New York Business; correspondence with National Council of Young Israel; notes from meeting with rabbi, Young Israel Congregation; letter from Mazur to congressman Major Owens requesting intervention with NLRB to expedite election; letter from Rep. Owens to Department of Labor requesting investigation of labor law violations by Domsey Trading Company; letter to judge from Domsey attorney requesting injunction to further limit number of picketers due to anti-Semitic remarks by picketers; letter from ILG attorney re racist provocations by Domsey management; letter to NYC Human Rights Commission by Jewish community activist attesting to Domsey management remarks to picketers; correspondence between congressman Stephan Solarsz, ILG, and Domsey management; affidavit by strikers re harassment on picket line; WTA ad in Greenline, North Brooklyn Community News; letter from Mazur to NYPD commissioner re firebombing of home of Domsey employee, summons to Domsey manager to appear before criminal court for harassment, order of protection by employee against Domsey manager, deposition by Domsey employee re harassment; article reprints, "Economic Affairs," from Justice and Judaism, Albert Vosspan and Rabbi Eugene Lipman, 1959, and "Labor - Rights and Responsibilities." from Issues of Conscience: The Way of the Upright, A Jewish View of Economic Justice, by Rabbi Richard Hirsch, 1973

  12  
Williamsburg Organizing: Williamsburg Trade Association, 17-18 List
Spanish. Lists of employers/garment shops belonging to the Williamsburg Trade association and its "sweetheart" union, 17-18, memo inquiring whether any received work from union jobbers, invoices and spreadsheets supplying that information; lists of WTA board members; notes re Three Sisters (aka Southland Knitwear and Metropolitan Knitwear); company profiles for J.A. Knitwear, subsidiary of Spectex Industries, Inc (10/10/89), Techknits, Inc. (7/14/89), Mademoiselle, Inc. (6/14/89); financial report on Mademoiselle re new plant construction debt, 7/26/90, related newspaper clipping; Dun & Bradstreet financial report on Damas Atlantic Ltd (Inc.), 12/31/89; list, Government Assistance to Williamsburg Trade Assoc. Firms; newsletter from NYC Office of Business Development (OBD News) re grants; photocopies from directory of grants; excerpted copy of Leslie Fay master agreement re jobbers

  13  
Maidenform, Bayonne and Perth Amboy [folder 1 of 2]
  13  
Maidenform, Bayonne and Perth Amboy [folder 2 of 2]
  13  
Maidenform Florida Cutting Plant
  13  
Maidenform Florida Distribution
  13  
Maidenform: West Virginia Agreement
  13  
Maidenform: Edison New Jersey Contracts
  13  
Maidenform Master Agreement: Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  13  
Maidenform Master Agreement: Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  13  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Letter Agreement
  13  
Maidenform: Letter Agreement
  13  
Maidenform: Negotiations
  13  
Maidenform: Negotiations
  13  
Maidenform: Renewal Notices
  13  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Negotiations
  13  
Maidenform: General File [folder 1 of 2]
  13  
Maidenform: General File [folder 2 of 2]
  14  
Maidenform: New Jersey Correspondence [Folder 1 of 2]
  14  
Maidenform: New Jersey Correspondence [Folder 2 of 2]
  14  
Maidenform: New Jersey Correspondence [folder 1 of 3]
  14  
Maidenform: New Jersey Correspondence [folder 2 of 3]
  14  
Maidenform: New Jersey Correspondence [folder 3 of 3]
  14  
Maidenform: Miscellaneous [folder 1 of 3]
  14  
Maidenform: Miscellaneous [folder 2 of 3]
  14  
Maidenform: Miscellaneous [folder 3 of 3]
  14  
Puritan Fashion Corporation: Negotiations
  14  
Puritan Fashion Corporation: Master Agreements, Calvin Klein
  14  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Centerfold Industries
  14  
Puritan Fashion Corporation: Calvin Klein-Centerfold [folder 1 of 3]
  14  
Puritan Fashion Corporation: Calvin Klein-Centerfold [folder 2 of 3]
  14  
Puritan Fashion Corporation: Calvin Klein-Centerfold [folder 3 of 3]
  14  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Chersaw South Carolina, Supplemental Agreements
  14  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement [folder 1 of 3]
  14  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement [folder 2 of 3]
  14  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement [folder 3 of 3]
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement, Draft Version
  15  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Thorsby Supplemental Agreements
  15  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Walterboro South Carolina, Supplemental Agreements
  15  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Wellford Warehouse Supplemental Agreements
  15  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Supplemental Agreement
  15  
Calvin Klein: New York
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement, Draft Version [Folder 1 of 2]
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement, Draft Version [Folder 2 of 2]
  15  
Puritan/Calvin Klein: Wellford Correspondence
  15  
Puritan/Calvin Klein: Winston Mills Correspondence
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 1 of 4]
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 2 of 4]
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 3 of 4]
  15  
Calvin Klein: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 4 of 4]
  15  
C.F. Services Corporation, Kramer Motor Transport Corporation and Saybrook Classics
  15  
Logan, Jonathan: New Jersey Distribution Center Agreement
  15  
United Merchants and Manufacturers Correspondence
  15  
Logan, Jonathan: Original Signed Copies
  15  
Jonathan Logan Transportation
  15  
Jonathan Logan New Jersey Transportation and Distribution Facility [Folder 1 of 2]
  15  
Jonathan Logan New Jersey Transportation and Distribution Facility [Folder 2 of 2]
  15  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated
  15  
Jonathan Logan Transportation Division
  15  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated
  15  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Varying Expiration Dates
  15  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: ILGWU Agreement
  15  
Jonathan Logan Master Agreement: Signed Terms of Agreement
  15  
Jonathan Logan: Spartan Undies
  15  
Spartan Undies
  15  
Jonathan Logan New Jersey Transportation Agreement
  15  
Jonathan Logan: Imerman Agreement
  15  
United Merchants and Manufacturers: Spartan Undies Agreement
  16  
Monterrey Mills
  16  
Russ Togs Correspondence
  16  
Smoler Brothers Master Agreement
  16  
Smoler Brothers Correspondence
  16  
Dressmaker's Joint Council
  16  
Smoler Brothers Agreement: Alabama and Montgomery with ILGWU
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Herrin and Lincoln Agreement
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Montgomery, Alabama
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Pratville, Alabama
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Tuskegee, Alabama
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Lincoln, Illinois
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Herrin, Illinois
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Wabansia Avenue, Chicago
  16  
Smoler Brothers Agreement: Prattville and Local 382, ILGWU
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Mediation Notices
  16  
Smoler Brothers: Unused Drafts of Supplemental Agreements
  16  
Strategic Firm Analysis Working Group
  16  
Strategic Analysis Working Reports [Folder 1 of 2]
  16  
Strategic Analysis Working Reports [Folder 2 of 2]
  16  
Computer Reports
  16  
Profiles in Progress
  16  
Profiles Needing Corrections
  16  
Profiles Completed and Sent Out
  16  
Strategic Firm
  16  
Formflex [Folder 1 of 2]
  16  
Formflex [Folder 2 of 2]
  16  
Global Clothing Correspondence
  16  
R&M Kaufman Agreements
  16  
Riverside Coat Agreement
  17  
Intersweet Candy Company
  17  
Intimate Apparel
  17  
Innerwear
  17  
Russ Togs Company Chart
  17  
Danahy, Joseph: Russ Togs, Duplicate File
  17  
Russ Togs: Audits
  17  
Ross Togs Clippings
  17  
Bobbie Brooks Settlement
  17  
Bobbie Brooks Master Agreement
  17  
Russ Togs Contracts [folder 1 of 3]
  17  
Russ Togs Contracts [folder 2 of 3]
  17  
Russ Togs Contracts [folder 3 of 3]
  17  
Bobbie Brooks: Arbitration
  17  
Mode O'Day Company
  17  
Bobbie Brooks: Dates Agreements Were Signed
  17  
Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated: Trial
  17  
Russ Togs: Correspondence
  17  
Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated: Material
  17  
Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated: Dates Agreements Were Signed, Originals
  17  
Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated: Other Severance Pay
  18  
Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated: Arbitration, and Additional Information
  18  
Jonathan Logan: Negotiations [Folder 1 of 3]
  18  
Jonathan Logan: Negotiations [Folder 2 of 3]
  18  
Jonathan Logan: Negotiations [Folder 3 of 3]
  18  
Jonathan Logan: Negotiations [Folder 1 of 2]
  18  
Jonathan Logan: Negotiations [Folder 2 of 2]
  18  
Jay Mazur and Master Contracts
  18  
Crystal Brands: Negotiations and Drafts of Agreements
  18  
Crystal Brands: Work in Progress [Folder 1 of 2]
  18  
Crystal Brands: Work in Progress [Folder 2 of 2]
  18  
Crystal Brands: Current Completed Drafts [Folder 1 of 2]
  18  
Crystal Brands: Current Completed Drafts [Folder 2 of 2]
  18  
Crystal Brands: Old Contracts [Folder 1 of 2]
  18  
Crystal Brands: Old Contracts [Folder 2 of 2]
  18  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Signed Agreements [Folder 1 of 2]
  18  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Signed Agreements [Folder 2 of 2]
  19  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 1 of 4]
  19  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 2 of 4]
  19  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 3 of 4]
  19  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Negotiations [folder 4 of 4]]
  19  
Country Miss, Incorporated: General [Folder 1 of 2]
  19  
Country Miss, Incorporated: General [Folder 2 of 2]
  19  
Calvin Klein: Kai Jay Supplemental Agreement
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan
  19  
Joe Good: Files
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan [folder 1 of 3]
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan [folder 2 of 3]
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan [folder 3 of 3]
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan [Folder 1 of 2]
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan [Folder 2 of 2]
  19  
Calvin Klein: Puritan
  20  
General Executive Board
  20  
General Executive Board: Minutes
  20  
General Executive Board
  20  
General Executive Board [Folder 1 of 3]
  20  
General Executive Board [Folder 2 of 3]
  20  
General Executive Board [Folder 3 of 3]
  20  
Resolutions
  20  
Copies of Memos
  20  
General Executive Board: ILGWU Official Speeches, Letters, etc.
  20  
General Executive Board: Non-ILGWU Statements, Reports, Clippings
  20  
General Executive Board: ILGWU Internal Memo's, Directives, Pronouncements
  20  
General Executive Board: Wilbur Daniels Material [Folder 1 of 2]
  20  
General Executive Board: Wilbur Daniels Material [Folder 2 of 2]
  20  
General Executive Board: Index Cards (Speeches)
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 1 of 4]
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 2 of 4]
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 3 of 4]
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 4 of 4]
  20  
General Executive Board: Minutes, Resolutions
  20  
General Executive Board: ILGWU Internal Memos, Directives [Folder 1 of 2]
  20  
General Executive Board: ILGWU Internal Memos, Directives [Folder 2 of 2]
  20  
General Executive Board: Non-ILGWU Clippings, Statements Reports
  20  
General Executive Board: Index Cards
  20  
General Executive Board: Official ILGWU Statements, Speeches
  20  
General Executive Board: Wilbur Daniels Material
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 1 of 3]
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 2 of 3]
  20  
General Executive Board [folder 3 of 3]
  20  
General Executive Board: Attachments to Minutes
  20  
General Executive Board: Wilbur Daniels Material
  20  
Resolutions
  20  
General Executive Board: Internal ILGWU Memos, Directives, Pronouncements
  20  
General Executive Board: Official ILGWU Speeches, Pronouncements, Etc.
  20  
General Executive Board: Non-ILGWU Clippings, Statements, Reports
  21  
General Executive Board: Staff Department Reports
  21  
General Executive Board: Minutes
  21  
General Executive Board: Minutes
  21  
General Executive Board: Minutes, Resolutions, Attachments [Folder 1 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: Minutes, Resolutions, Attachments [Folder 2 of 2]
  21  
Department and Committee Reports
  21  
Vice President Reports
  21  
Convention Material
  21  
Wilbur Daniels Material
  21  
ILGWU Internal Memos
  21  
Official ILGWU Speeches, etc.
  21  
Committee Minutes Attached to General Executive Board Minutes and Resolutions
  21  
General Executive Board: Staff and Committee Reports [folder 1 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: Staff and Committee Reports [folder 2 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: Miscellaneous [Folder 1 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: Miscellaneous [Folder 2 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: VP Reports [Folder 1 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: VP Reports [Folder 2 of 2]
  21  
General Executive Board: Meeting Resolutions
  21  
General Executive Board: Minutes and Attached
  22  
ILGWU: Memo for Staff Only
  22  
Convention: A-C
  22  
Convention: C
  22  
Convention: C-G
  22  
Convention: G
  22  
Convention: S
  22  
Convention: S-Z
  22  
Convention: Election
  22  
Convention: Letter to Affiliates
  22  
Negotiations
  22  
Convention: Stage Directions
  22  
Triangle Fire [folder 1 of 2]
  22  
Triangle Fire [folder 2 of 2]
  22  
Negotiations [folder 1 of 2]
  22  
Negotiations [folder 2 of 2]
  22  
Major Market Negotiations
  22  
Major Market Negotiations
  22  
Convention: Day by Day Schedule
  23  
ACTWU Agreement
  23  
Adele Simpson, Incorporated
  23  
A.H. Schreiber Company, Incorporated
  23  
A&H Sportswear
  23  
American Bazaar Correspondence
  23  
Anne Klein Audit
  23  
Anne Klein
  23  
Appel Corporation
  23  
Ardmore Blouses, Incorporated
  23  
PR 62-32
  23  
Audit Procedures
  23  
Barry Hazan Sportswear, Incorporated
  23  
Bestform Agreement
  23  
Botany 500
  23  
Bridal Industry
  23  
Bromley Coat
  23  
Carl Proper Data Base
  23  
Cuddlecoat
  23  
The Cutting Company
  23  
Dalil Fashions, Incorporated
  23  
Dary Sue Fashions, Incorporated
  23  
D.C.B. Apparel
  23  
The Donna Karan Company
  23  
Emblem Industry
  23  
Fairbrooke Enterprises, Incorporated
  23  
Garan, Incorporated
  23  
Gerson & Gerson
  23  
Isaac Hazan & Company, Incorporated
  23  
Herman Kay
  23  
Hochman Designs
  23  
House of Ronnie, Incorporated
  23  
Imports
  23  
Isratex, Incorporated
  23  
Ithaca Industries
  23  
Country Miss, Incorporated: New York City Sampleroom Agreement
  23  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Samplerooms
  23  
Joyce Sportswear
  23  
Junior Gallery, Limited
  23  
Junior House: Bill
  23  
Junior House: Bill
  23  
Junior House: Bill
  23  
Junior House: Bill
  23  
Junior House: Bill
  23  
Junior House: Liquidated Damages Bill
  23  
Junior House: Agreement
  23  
JH Collectibles, Incorporated: Nevada, Missouri Agreement
  23  
Junior House Agreement
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Topics and Agenda
  24  
The Chicago Drake: Bill
  24  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements, Catering
  24  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Topics and Agenda
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements, Room Lists
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
Fontainebleau Hilton: Bill
  24  
General Executive Board: Catering
  24  
General Executive Board: Topics and Agenda
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Correspondence
  24  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  24  
General Executive Board: Topics and Agenda
  24  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  24  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Audit Bills
  24  
Arbitrations
  24  
Audit Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  24  
Audit Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  24  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Clippings
  24  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Women's Wear Daily Clippings
  24  
United Merchants and Manufacturers, Incorporated
  24  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Financial Reports
  24  
Imerman
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master [folder 1 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master [folder 2 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master [folder 1 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master [folder 2 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master [folder 1 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master [folder 2 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: General [folder 1 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: General [folder 2 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated [folder 1 of 2]
  25  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated [folder 2 of 2]
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master Agreement, Restructuring
  26  
Economic Data
  26  
Miscellaneous
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Financial Report
  26  
Butte Arbitration: Decision and Award
  26  
Misty Harbor: Miscellaneous
  26  
Demand for Arbitration
  26  
Misty Harbor Arbitration
  26  
Misty Harbor: Cutting Room Award
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Previous Settlements
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Termination Notices
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Wage Schedules
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Butte Arbitration, Award and Decision
  26  
Upper South Material
  26  
Misty Harbor: Economic Data
  26  
Butte Arbitration: Carlos and Misty Harbor
  26  
Modern Juniors: Distribution Charts
  26  
Misty Harbor [folder 1 of 2]
  26  
Misty Harbor [folder 2 of 2]
  26  
Signed Originals
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Misty Harbor Agreement
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Misty Harbor, Riverdale Coat Company
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: The Villager
  26  
United Merchants and Manufacturers
  26  
Level of Employment Provisions
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Supplemental Agreement
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Draft Agreements
  26  
ILGWU: Miscellaneous [folder 1 of 2]
  26  
ILGWU: Miscellaneous [folder 2 of 2]
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Westminster Knit Agreement
  26  
ILGWU: Agreement with United Merchants and Manufacturers, Incorporated
  26  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  27  
Agreement Drafts, Supplemental Agreements
  27  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Misty Harbor Sale
  27  
Misty Harbor Arbitration: Evidence
  27  
Misty Harbor, Wilbur Daniels [folder 1 of 2]
  27  
Misty Harbor, Wilbur Daniels [folder 2 of 2]
  27  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Drug Testing Arbitration
  27  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Testing Arbitration
  27  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Legal [folder 1 of 2]
  27  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Legal [folder 2 of 2]
  27  
Jonathan Logan, Incorporated: Arbitrators
  28  
Maidenform Master Agreement: Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  28  
Maidenform Master Agreement: Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  28  
Maidenform: Lilyette
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Puerto Rico Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Puerto Rico Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: West Virginia Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: West Virginia Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: West Virginia Case
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Agreement Drafts
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Draft Agreements
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Fayetteville, North Carolina, Distribution Center
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Jacksonville, Florida, Agreement
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: West Virginia Agreement
  28  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Agreements
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Original Signed Agreements
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Master Agreement (backup)
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Florida Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Florida Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Termination Notices
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Audit
  29  
Maidenform. Incorporated: Chart
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Drug Testing
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Levels of Employment
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Clippings
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Demands Economic Data
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Negotiations
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Non-Union and Imports
  29  
Termination Notices
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Fayetteville, North Carolina, Facility Correspondence
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  29  
Maidenform, Incorporated: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Photography
  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Jobs with Justice Rally
  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Registration
Spanish

  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Registration Forms
  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Resolutions
  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Retired Officers
  30  
ILGWU Convention 1992: Schedule
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Committee Report
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Sergeant at Arms
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Signs
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Speakers
  30  
ILGWU 1989 Convention: Stage Directions
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Staff
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Suggestions
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Suites
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Thank You Letters
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Themes
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Tips
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Translation, Junk Mail
  30  
PTL Free-Lance Translating Services and Associates: Contract
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Translation
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Trips
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Truck
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Union Label Exhibit
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: General Executive Board Report
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Delegates Guide
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Amendments, Resolution
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Song Book
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Video
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Vouchers
  30  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Workshops
  30  
Major Market Negotiations
  30  
Dalil Fashions, Incorporated: Divisions
  30  
Bill Blass, Limited
  30  
Junior Gallery Limited: Divisions
  30  
Karin Stevens, Incorporated
  30  
Task Force Negotiation
  30  
Leslie Fay, Incorporated: Negotiations
  30  
Resigned Firms
  30  
Country Miss, Incorporated
  30  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated
  30  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Campaign, Arbitration
  30  
General Executive Board: Appeal Committee
  30  
General Executive Board: Education Committee
  30  
General Executive Board: Executive Committee
  30  
General Executive Board: Finance Board
  30  
ILGWU: Investment Committee
  30  
General Executive Board: Committee on Organizing
  31  
Personnel Review Committee
  31  
General Executive Board: Retiree Service Committee
  31  
ILGWU: 1710 Broadway, Incorporated
  31  
ILGWU: Staff Retirement Committee
  31  
Union Health Center Committee
  31  
General Executive Board: Union Sanatorium Association Committee
  31  
General Executive Board: Unity House Committee
  31  
General Executive Board: Workers Benefits Committee
  31  
Officers and Staff Invited to Selected General Executive Board Meetings
  31  
General Executive Board: Old Committee Charts
  31  
General Executive Board: Committee Charts
  31  
General Executive Board: Minutes Before 1986 Convention
  31  
General Executive Board: Meeting Minutes [folder 1 of 2]
  31  
General Executive Board: Meeting Minutes [folder 2 of 2]
  31  
Major Market Negotiations: Ranking File Meetings
  31  
Major Market Negotiations: Memos
  31  
Task Forces: Negotiations
  31  
Major Market Negotiations: Chronology
  31  
General Executive Board: Major Market Negotiations
  31  
Follow Up of General Executive Board Actions
  32  
Ontario District Council: Correspondence
  32  
Ontario District Council: Draft ILGWU Material
Chinese

  32  
Ontario District Council: Employers
  32  
Ontario District Council: History
  32  
Ontario District Council: Letters From Members
  32  
Ontario District Council: Members
Chinese

  32  
Ontario District Council: Membership Lists, Staff Lists
  32  
Ontario District Council: Minutes, News Letters
Chinese, Spanish

  32  
Organizing Growth Projects
  32  
UNITE: Organizing
  32  
Organizing
  32  
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  32  
Papale, Carmen
  32  
Governor George E. Pataki
  32  
E. Howard Molisani Memorial
  32  
Pauline Newman Memorial Services
  32  
Francis Perkins Movie
  32  
Policy
  32  
Postal Uniforms
  32  
Puerto Rico Elections
Spanish

  32  
Record Project
  32  
Retiree Services
  32  
Rice, Florence
  32  
Eleanor Roosevelt Monument
  32  
San Francisco Organizing
  32  
Sculpture
  32  
Union Square Sculpture: Invoices
  32  
Union Square Sculpture: Contracts (signed)
  32  
Seafarers
  32  
Artist's Proposals
  32  
Sculpture Material
  32  
Task Force: Benefit Fund Provision
  32  
Special Committee on Data Processing
  32  
Education Task Force: Subcommittee on Overview, Inventory and Fundraising
  32  
Education Task Force: Subcommittee on Servicing
  32  
Educational Task Force: Service Sub-Committee on Staff Training, Final Report
  33  
Special Committee on Health Service Plan
  33  
Task Force: Item 807
  33  
Task Force: Committee on Local Structure
  33  
Special Committee on National Retirement Fund
  33  
Strategic Analysis Working Group
  33  
Task Force on Organization and New Directions
  33  
Task Force on Social Services
  33  
Task Force: Union Label Committee
  33  
Task Force on Vacation and Holiday Provisions
  33  
Anne Klein Clippings
  33  
Crystal Brands: Clippings
  33  
R&M Kaufman: Clippings
  33  
TJX Company, Incorporated: Clippings
  33  
Task Force on Associate Membership
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: ASTWU
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: AIM
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Anthem
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Badge
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Bags
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Blumberg Communications, Incorporated
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Bedrooms, Suites
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Bingo
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Blumberg Communications
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Blumberg Associates
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Booths
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Car Rentals
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Cars
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Child Care
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Chorus
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Clergy and Greeters
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Committees
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Computers
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Congratulations
  34  
The Leslie Fay Companies, Calvin Klein Industries
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Contracts
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Convention Hall
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Credentials
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: David Melman, Invitations
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Delegates
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Delegates Guide
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Election Notices
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Fontainebleau Contracts
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Fontainebleau Correspondence
  34  
Fontainebleau Correspondence
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Fraternal Greetings
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: General Executive Board Report
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Guests
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: ILGWU Finale
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Interpreters
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Solomon, Irwin
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Mazur, Jay
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Letters to Delegates
Spanish

  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Letters From ILGWU to Affiliates
  34  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Escort Committees
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Little Book
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Meeting Rooms
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Merger and Constitution Committee
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Merger Conference
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Music
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Officer Elections
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Offices
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Organizing Convention Committee
Spanish

  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Outside Vendors
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Parties
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Photography
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Posters
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Printing
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Proceedings
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Proposals for Vendors
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Publications
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Resolutions
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Retirees
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Schedule
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Convention Schedule
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Secretarial Pool
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Sho-aids
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Sho-Aids Bill
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Signs
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Site Visit
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Speakers, Acitce
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Speakers Background
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Speakers Biography
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Staff Meetings
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Stenographers
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Suites
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Suites, Catering
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Theme
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Truck
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Vendors
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Video ILGWU Commercial
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Warehouse Organizer
  35  
ILGWU Convention 1995: Workshops
  36  
ACTWU
  36  
Activist Network
  36  
ACTWU: Association Agreements
  36  
ACTWU: Benefit Funds
  36  
ACTWU: Convention Booklets
  36  
ACTWU: Industry Structure
  36  
AFL-CIO Convention
  36  
AFL-CIO Convention
  36  
AFL-CIO Convention
  36  
AFL-CIO Meetings
  36  
ALF-CIO: New York City Central Labor Council
  36  
AFL-CIO: Ohio
  36  
AFL-CIO
  36  
AFL-CIO: Union Solidarity
  36  
AFL-CIO: Executive Council Committees
  36  
AFL-CIO: Connecticut State AFL-CIO
  36  
AFL-CIO: Executive Council
  36  
ILGWU Research Department: Consumer Price Index
  36  
Collections
  36  
Collection Control Department
  36  
Data Processing Committee
  36  
Drug Testing
  36  
Dunlop Commission
  36  
Duke
  36  
Engineering Department
  36  
Amalgamated Bank Literature
  36  
Cost of Living Adjustment: Master Agreement
  36  
Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated: Arbitration
  36  
Clinton Administration
  36  
Clothing Manufacturers Association
  36  
Code of Conduct
  36  
Audix
  36  
New York State Lobbying
  36  
The New Stagecraft Company
  36  
Major Market Negotiations Task Force
  37  
Task Force: Letters
  37  
Major Market Negotiations
  37  
Negotiations
  37  
Negotiations: Settlements and Demands
  37  
Major Market Demands
  37  
Major Market: Memorandums of Agreement
  37  
Major Market: Association List
  37  
Major Market Negotiations: Correspondence
  37  
Major Market Demands
  37  
Major Market Negotiations: Early Preparations
  37  
Major Market Letters to Members
Spanish

  37  
Major Market Negotiations: Benefit Fund Rates
  37  
Major Market: Press Coverage
  37  
Major Market Negotiations: Summary Terms of Agreement
  37  
Benefits Task Force
  37  
Communications Task Force
  37  
Contract Language Task Force
  37  
Seniority/Work Sharing Task Force
  37  
Strike Preparations Task Force
  37  
Warehouse Task Force
  37  
Major Market Negotiations
  37  
Section 936
  37  
Service Employees International Union
  37  
7th Avenue Exhibit
  37  
Sheinkman, Jack
  37  
Silvermoon Press
  37  
Solomon, Irwin
  37  
Southwest Region Leadership Institute
  37  
Strahs, Steve
  37  
Major Market Negotiations: Task Force Reports
  37  
Marriott At Glenpointe Hotel
  37  
Meeting Planning
  37  
Minimum Wage Article
  37  
Midwest District Council #1
  37  
DOL: Model Agreement
  37  
New England Collections
  37  
New England Project
  37  
New Jersey
  37  
NUFIS
  37  
NYCOSH Awards
  37  
NYCOSH
  37  
New York Women's Apparel Industry Task Force
  37  
Oberlin Winter Term
  37  
Oberlin Winter Term
  38  
1989 Elections
  38  
1988 Negotiations [folder 1 of 2]
  38  
1988 Negotiations [folder 2 of 2]
  38  
1989 Convention J/R [folder 1 of 3]
  38  
1989 Convention J/R [folder 2 of 3]
  38  
1989 Convention J/R [folder 3 of 3]
  39  
Stage Announcements
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: AIM
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Air Travel
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Alternates
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Archives Exhibit
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Announcements
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: A.V. Rentals
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Badges
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Bags
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Banquet
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Bedrooms
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Bills
  39  
Gelco Convention Services: Bill
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Bingo
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Boat Ride
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Boat Ride (Junk Mail)
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Booths
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Buses
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Catering, Suites
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Cars
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention and Group Travel Association Correspondence
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Child Care
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Chorus
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Clergy/Greeters
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Clippings
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Committees [Folder 1 of 2]
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Committees [Folder 2 of 2]
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Computers
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: ILGWU Constitution
  39  
Spanish Constitution
  39  
Contracts
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Contracts
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Daily
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Chorus
  39  
Delegate Certificates
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Credit Arrangements
  39  
Communication Workers of America
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Dues
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Edlen Electric
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Elections
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Election Appeals
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Election Notices, January
  39  
ILGWU Nomination, Election Meetings
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Election Returns, Numerical
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Hall
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Election Problems Resolved
  39  
November Election Forms
  39  
1991 Election Forms, December
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Escort
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Expenses
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Fontainebleau Hilton Brochures
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention
  39  
Fontainebleau Correspondence [Folder 1 of 2]
  39  
Fontainebleau Correspondence [Folder 2 of 2]
  39  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Fraternal Greetings
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Fontainebleau Contract
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Fontainbleau Contract Draft
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: General Executive Board Report to the Convention
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Gelco Convention Services
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Gelco Contract
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Guests, Florida
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Mazur, Jay
  40  
Guest Lists
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Convention Guide
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Letters to Affiliates
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Little Book
  40  
Mazur, Jay
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Meetings
  40  
Melman, David: Invitations
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Offices
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Offices Chart
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Office Equipment
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Overview
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Parties
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Per Diem
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Phone
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Policy Statements
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Printing
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Press Coverage
  40  
ILGWU 1992 Convention: Production Associates
  41  
Zayre Corporation: Financial Information [folder 1 of 2]
  41  
Zayre Corporation: Financial Information [folder 2 of 2]
  41  
Recent Arbitrations
  41  
Leslie Fay Company: Master Agreement Correspondence
  41  
Leslie Fay Company: Master Agreement, Correspondence
  41  
Calvin Klein Industries: Good, Joe file [folder 1 of 3]
  41  
Calvin Klein Industries: Good, Joe file [folder 2 of 3]
  41  
Calvin Klein Industries: Good, Joe file [folder 3 of 3]
  41  
Immigration Task Force: Mailing List
  41  
Immigration Articles
Spanish

  41  
Homework
  41  
Homework: Non-ILGWU Background Information
  41  
September 16th Hearing
  41  
Homework
  41  
Homework, Bordeaux,Incorporated: Press Release Follow Up
  41  
Kamali Articles
  41  
General Articles
  42  
Uretek Incorporated
  42  
Homework: Local Paper Articles and Other Press Reports
  42  
Homework: Letters, Clippings etc.
  42  
Pro-Homework Press Conference
  42  
Homework
  42  
Homework: House Testimony
  42  
Stedman Column
  42  
Deva
  42  
Articles Sent to Homework Committee [folder 1 of 2]
  42  
Articles Sent to Homework Committee [folder 2 of 2]
  42  
Zoning and Development
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated: Audit
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated: Ballston, Cameo, Poultney (Supplemental Agreement
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated: Supplemental Agreement for Reynolds Manufacturing Company, Taber Manufacturing Company
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated: Correspondence
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated: Negotiations
  42  
Kay Windsor, Incorporated
  43  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: General [folder 1 of 2]
  43  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: General [folder 2 of 2]
  43  
Puritan Fashions Corporation/Calvin Klein, Incorporated: Audit Correspondence
  43  
Calvin Klein , Incorporated: Audit Bills
  43  
UNITE New York State Council
  43  
UNITE Legislative Agenda
  43  
UNITE: Trade
  43  
UNITE Ad Campaign
  43  
UNITE: Committees and Task Forces
  43  
UNITE Paraphernalia
  43  
United Food and Commercial Workers
  43  
United Garment Workers
  43  
United Paperworkers International Union
  43  
United Steel Workers of America
  43  
United Textile Workers
  43  
University of North Carolina Press
  43  
White House Apparel Industry Task Force
  43  
Task Force on Warehouse Organizing
  43  
Vestar Capital Partners
  43  
Window
  43  
Women's Outerwear
  43  
Workers Benefits Committee
  43  
Wrist Injuries
  43  
Zensen
  43  
Gus Tyler's Party
  43  
Uniform Project
  43  
Union Administration
  43  
Union Administration
  43  
Union Label Department
  43  
Union Square Sculpture
  43  
UMWA
  43  
Constitution
  43  
UNITE Elections
  44  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated [folder 1 of 3]
  44  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated [folder 2 of 3]
  44  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated [folder 3 of 3]
  44  
UNITE Mission Statement
  44  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Pennsylvania, Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  44  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Pennsylvania, Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  44  
Leslie Fay Companies, Incorporated: Sassco, Correspondence
  44  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Withdrawal Liability
  44  
Calvin Klein: Wellford Agreement
  44  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: Saybrook Classics, Correspondence
  44  
Tococo, Incorporated: Correspondence
  44  
Puritan Fashions Corporation: South Carolina Shops
  44  
Puritan Fashions Corporation, Calvin Klein: Waterboro- Chatham Correspondence
  44  
Puritan Fashions/Calvin Klein: Paul Modes Correspondence
  44  
Calvin Klein: Arbitrators
  44  
Puritan Fashions/Calvin Klein: Arbitration Correspondence
  44  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement: Correspondence
  44  
Calvin Klein, Incorporated: Securities Report
  44  
Puritan Fashions/Calvin Klein: Company Reports
  44  
Puritan Fashions/Calvin Klein: Centerfold Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  44  
Puritan Fashions/Calvin Klein: Centerfold Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  45  
JH Collectibles: Background [folder 1 of 2]
  45  
JH Collectibles: Background [folder 2 of 2]
  45  
Junior House Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  45  
Junior House Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  45  
JH Collectibles: Correspondence
  45  
Just Cynthia
  45  
Junior House Clippings
  45  
Junior House Agreement
  45  
JH Collectibles
  45  
Kentucky Apparel
  45  
S. Klein
Spanish

  45  
K-Mart
  45  
Kolcraft
  45  
Koret of California
  45  
Kors
  45  
Kobra International
  45  
Tinkleman, Larry
  45  
Los Angeles: Sewing With Dignity
  45  
Le Coq Sportif
  45  
Leon Levin Sons, Incorporated
  45  
Levi Strauss
  45  
Lilli Ann Corporation
  45  
Marc Jacobs
  45  
Marshall's Incorporated
  45  
Master Agreement Cover Sheets
  45  
Master Agreement
  45  
Master Agreement Monthly Audit
  45  
Master Apparel Corporation Agreement
  45  
Isaac Mizrahi and Company
  45  
Mossimo
  45  
Mr. Jax
  45  
Mulberry
  45  
New Jersey Headwear Corporation
  45  
New York Department Stores
  45  
Nicole Miller
  45  
Organizing Reports: Departments of Organization and Field Services
  45  
Organizing Reports: New York City Locals
  45  
Organizing Reports: Regions
  45  
Organizing
  46  
Oscar De La Renta: Apparel Group International
  46  
Party Rental, Limited
  46  
Paulette Fashions
  46  
Saha
  46  
Peerless
  46  
Pendleton
  46  
Phelps-Dodge
  46  
Plaid Clothing Group Incorporated
  46  
Plaid Clothing Group, Incorporated
  46  
Plaid Clothing Group, Incorporated: Background
  46  
El Ponce De Leon Convalescent Center
  46  
Quartet Fashions
  46  
ILGWU: Rainfair with Local 187
  46  
REO Originals/VLP Corporation
  46  
Robby Len Industries, Incorporated
  46  
Robby Len Industries, Incorporated: Correspondence
  46  
Robyn Meridith
  46  
Roxanne Swimsuit Division
  46  
Salant Corporation
  46  
San Francisco Knitworks, Incorporated
  46  
Schottenstein
  46  
Sew-Sew/G.P. Fashions
  46  
Sharilove Fashions, Incorporated
  46  
Sidney Bernstein and Son Lingerie, Incorporated
  46  
Shoulder Pads
  46  
Smoler Brothers Correspondence
  46  
Sorrento Coats
  46  
Spike Lee's Sportswear Company
  46  
South Jersey
  46  
St. John Knits, Incorporated
  46  
Stonehenge
  46  
Sun Apparel
  46  
Swimwear Industry
  46  
Tahari, Limited
  46  
Takihyo
  47  
LM-2 [folder 1 of 2]
  47  
LM-2 [folder 2 of 2]
  47  
General Executive Board Minutes: Meetings
  47  
General Executive Board Minutes: Meetings
  47  
General Executive Board Minutes: Meetings
  47  
General Executive Board Minutes: Meetings
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  47  
General Executive Board: Hotel Bill
  47  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Attachments
  47  
General Executive Board: Back-Up
  47  
General Executive Board: Meetings, Guest Information
  47  
General Executive Board: Meeting, Guest Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Meetings, Menus
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  47  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangement
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  47  
General Executive Board: Bill
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  47  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  47  
Hotel Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  47  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Topics
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  47  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  47  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  48  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Meeting, Agenda
  48  
General Executive Board: Meeting, Guest Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Meeting, Hotel Arrangements
  48  
Hotels
  48  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Meeting
  48  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  48  
General Executive Board: Topics
Spanish, Chinese

  48  
General Executive Board: Guests Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  48  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Hotel Arrangements
  48  
General Executive Board: Agenda
  48  
General Executive Board: Guest Arrangements
  49  
Tommy Hilfiger
  49  
The Limited
  49  
The Limited: Background
  49  
TJX: Las Vegas Nevada, Agreement
  49  
TJ Maxx
  49  
TJ Maxx: Clippings
  49  
TJ Maxx Contract Comparison
  49  
Trueform
  49  
Trueform Liquidated Damages Bill
  49  
Trigere, Pauline
  49  
John H. Van Patten Company, Incorporated
  49  
VF Corporation
  49  
Victoria Pleating and Embroidery
  49  
VT Fashions
  49  
Wal-Mart
  49  
Wash Great, Incorporated
  49  
White Stag
  49  
Wicker Park Bill
  49  
Wicker Park, L.P.: Bankruptcy
  49  
Wicker Park Industries, Incorporated: Sale of Assets Documents
  49  
Wicker Park, L.P.: Master Agreement [folder 1 of 2]
  49  
Wicker Park, L.P.: Master Agreement [folder 2 of 2]
  49  
Wilke-Rodriguez
  49  
Willmar Fashions, Incorporated
  49  
Kay Windsor
  49  
Windsor Knitting Mills
  49  
Winston Mills/Puritan Fashions
  49  
Xerox
  49  
Country Miss, Incorporated
  49  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Cookeville Correspondence
  49  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Easton Correspondence
  49  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Glasgow Correspondence
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol Correspondence
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol Virginia, Problem
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Walterboro Correspondence
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristal, Virginia Agreement
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Carrollton Agreement
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Termination Notices
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Cookeville Agreement
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Easton Agreement
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Original Signed Agreements
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  50  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Miscellaneous Undated Material
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol, Virginia Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Fairfield, Virginia Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Cookeville Agreements
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement [folder 1 of 2]
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement [folder 2 of 2]
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol, Virginia Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Carrollton, North Carolina Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Cookeville, Tennessee Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Agreement, Original Signed Copies
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Arbitrations
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Job Training and Research Corporation
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement Chart
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Clipping
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: 1992 Master Agreement Negotiation
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Restructuring
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Contract Termination Notices
  51  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Financial Reports
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Audit Bills [folder 1 of 2]
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Audit Bills [folder 2 of 2]
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol, Virginia
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol Complaints
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Carrollton Correspondence
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Cookeville Correspondence
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Easton Correspondence
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Glasgow, Kentucky Correspondence
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Bristol, Virginia Agreement
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Carrollton, Alabama Agreement
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Cookeville, Tennessee Agreement
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Glasgow, Kentucky Agreement
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement, Unsigned Drafts
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Master Agreement
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: New York City Sample Room Contract
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: New York City Sample Room Contract
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Walterboro, North Carolina Agreement
  52  
Country Miss, Incorporated: Agreements, Original Signed Copies
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Creditors Committee
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Credit Committee Background
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Deloitte and Touche LLP Bill
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Eminent Domain
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Federation for Industrial Retention and Renewal
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Forty Hours
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Import Quotas Violations
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Industrial Union Department
  53  
Keilin and Bloom
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Labor Management Committee [folder 1 of 3]
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Labor Management Committee [folder 2 of 3]
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Labor Management Committee [folder 3 of 3]
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Pennsylvania
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Politicians
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Potential Buyer
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Rally
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Retailers Boycott
Spanish

  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Other Union Support
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Creditors Committee
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Stakeholders [folder 1 of 2]
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Stakeholders [folder 2 of 2]
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Women's and Religious Outreach
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Mary Ann Restivo
  53  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Spitalnick with Local 169, ACTWU
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Shapely Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Summit Sportswear Company
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Morrow, Georgia Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Morrow, Georgia Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Next Day Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Sam Elias, Non-Stop
  54  
Sam Elias: Non Stop
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Overton Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Boston Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Julie I and II Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Kathryn Conover Agreement
  54  
The Leslie Fay Companies Incorporated: Lincolnton, North Carolina Agreement
  55  
Local 153: New Agreement
  55  
Johnathan Logan: Shutdown
  55  
R&K: Misty Harbor
  55  
Drug Testing: Misty Harbor
  55  
February Meeting: Drug Testing
  55  
Johnathan Logan: Drug Policy
  56  
United Merchants and Manufacturers, Incorporated
  56  
Jonathan Logan
  56  
United Merchants and Manufacturers, Incorporated: Villager, R&K
  56  
United Merchants and Manufacturers, Incorporated [folder 1 of 2]
  56  
United Merchants and Manufacturers, Incorporated [folder 2 of 2]
  56  
Local 153
  56  
Local 153
  56  
Berman, Jean: Local 153
  56  
Lamey, Valerie: Local 153
  56  
Local 153: Shugalter, Clara
  56  
Christiano, Alice
  56  
Local 153: Hassan, Annette
  56  
Local 153
  56  
Local 153: Negotiations, 1988 Contract
  56  
Local 153: Contract Negotiations
  56  
Local 153: Beverly Downs
  56  
Local 153: Solomon
  56  
Local 153: Fair Employment
  56  
Local 153: Non-discrimination
  56  
Local 153: Negotiations
  56  
Local 153: Agreement
  56  
Carmen Laureano
  56  
Local 153: Lillian Miller-Reid
  56  
Local 153: Kitty Krupat
  56  
Local 153: Agreement
  56  
Local 153: Jimmy Rivera
  56  
Local 153: Negotiations
  56  
Chris Starobin
  56  
Murray Ferguson
  57  
Arnold and Porter
  57  
Arnold and Porter
  57  
Arnold and Porter
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 1 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 2 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 1 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 2 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 1 of 3]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 2 of 3]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 3 of 3]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 1 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 2 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 1 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter [folder 2 of 2]
  57  
Arnold and Porter: Environmental Site Assessment
July 15

  57  
Arnold and Porter
  58  
Mode O'Day. 1979 Negotiations
  58  
Summary of Agreement
  58  
Summary of Agreement
  58  
Financial Clippings
  58  
Mode O'Day [folder 1 of 5]
  58  
Mode O'Day [folder 2 of 5]
  58  
Mode O'Day [folder 3 of 5]
  58  
Mode O'Day [folder 4 of 5]
  58  
Mode O'Day [folder 5 of 5]
  58  
Kay Windsor
  58  
The Barbizon Corporation
  58  
Upper South Department.1989 Election Notices
  58  
Southeast Region. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
Puerto Rico. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
Northeast Department. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
New York State Region. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
New York City Locals. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
New Jersey Region. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
New England. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
Midwest Region. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
Official Election Returns
  58  
1988-1989 Elections
  58  
Canada. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
Central States. 1989 Election Notices
  58  
Eastern Pennsylvania Region. 1989 Election Notices
  59  
Maidenform. Negotiations [folder 1 of 6]
  59  
Maidenform. Negotiations [folder 2 of 6]
  59  
Maidenform. Negotiations [folder 3 of 6]
  59  
Maidenform. Negotiations [folder 4 of 6]
  59  
Maidenform. Negotiations [folder 5 of 6]
  59  
Maidenform. Negotiations [folder 6 of 6]
  59  
Election Correspondences
  59  
Election Notice Forms
  59  
Two-Day Elections
  59  
Election Forms
  59  
Election Form Problems
  59  
Completed Election Forms
  60  
Triangle Fire Essays
  60  
Triangle Fire Exhibit. Miscellaneous Articles
  60  
Gus Tyler Articles
  60  
Tenement Museum Sweatshop Project Grant Proposal
  60  
Lower East Side Tenement Museum Benefit Dinner
  60  
Lower East Side Tenement Museum Book
  60  
Triangle Fire Memorial Ceremony
  60  
Triangle Fire Anniversary Forum
  60  
Unite! Triangle Fire Commemoration
  60  
Triangle Fire Memorial Plaque
  60  
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
  60  
Tailored Clothing Research Project
  60  
Textile Industry and Unite!
  60  
Textile Processors
  60  
Trade and GATT
  60  
Echo Repertory. The Triangle Project
  60  
Triangle Fire Miscellaneous. High School Play
  60  
Miscellaneous Triangle Fire Plays
  60  
The New Stage Craft Company
  60  
Triangle Fire Postage Stamp Proposal
  60  
Triangle Fire New York Photographs
  60  
Triangle Fire Slide Shows
  60  
Triangle Fire. Leon Stein
  60  
Triangle Fire. Leon Stein Audio Tape
  60  
The Sweatshop Project. Italian Scholars
  60  
The Sweatshop Project. Scholars Final Papers [folder 1 of 2]
  60  
The Sweatshop Project. Scholars Final Papers [folder 2 of 2]
  60  
The Sweatshop Project Correspondences
  60  
The Sweatshop Project
  60  
Sweatshop Conferences
  60  
The Sweatshop Campaign
  60  
Sweatshop Legislation. New York State
  60  
"Pins and Needles"
  60  
Adopt-A-Mural Project. History of the Needlecraft Industry by the Fashion High School
  61  
Sweatshop Smithsonian Exhibit
  61  
Fair Trade Federation
  61  
David Dubinsky. Labor Hall of Fame
  61  
William Daniels. Personal
  61  
Costume Industry
  61  
Theatrical Costume Shops
  61  
Council for American Fashion
  61  
Communication Workers of America
  61  
Sol C. Chaikin Papers
  61  
Sol. C. Chaikin. Long Island Jewish Hospital
  61  
Benefit Fund Project
  61  
Bund Research
Hebrew

  61  
California Federation of Teachers
  61  
Catherwood Library
  61  
American Federation of Teachers
  61  
Arbitrator Biographies
  61  
AFL-CIO Convention
  61  
ACTWU Holding Company, Inc.
  61  
Amalgamated Services
  61  
Apparel Industry Partnership
  61  
Apparel Task Force
  61  
Asia Pacific Labor Alliance
  61  
Auto Industry
  61  
Jewish Museum, New York City [folder 1 of 2]
  61  
Jewish Museum, New York City [folder 2 of 2]
  61  
Major Market Negotiations
  61  
Contract Settlements
  61  
Opt-Out
  61  
Retired Staff Healthcare
  61  
Retired Staff Benefits
  61  
Mission Statement
  61  
Mob Articles
  61  
Mob-ILGWU History
  61  
National Labor Committee
  61  
National Museum of American History
  62  
General Executive Board Minutes and Reports [folder 1 of 2]
  62  
General Executive Board Minutes and Reports [folder 2 of 2]
  62  
General Executive Board Meeting Minutes- June, 7, 1986
  62  
General Executive Board Regional Reports
  62  
Department Reports
  62  
Central States Merger Resolutions
  62  
Upper South States Merger Resolutions
  62  
General Executive Board Meeting on Organizing
  62  
Reports from Task Forces
  62  
General Executive Board Resolutions and Minutes
  62  
General Executive Board Meeting Minutes
  62  
Miscellaneous Minutes
  62  
Miscellaneous Minutes
  62  
General Executive Board Regional Reports [folder 1 of 2]
  62  
General Executive Board Regional Reports [folder 2 of 2]
  62  
General Executive Board Department Reports
  62  
Northeast Department
  62  
General Executive Board Meeting Notes
  62  
General Executive Board Minutes- March
  62  
General Executive Board Meeting Decisions
  62  
General Executive Board Resolutions
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 2/6-16/1978 [folder 1 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 2/6-16/1978 [folder 2 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 9/1-15/1978
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 2/26-28/1979 [folder 1 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 2/26-28/1979 [folder 2 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 1/5-8/1981 [folder 1 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 1/5-8/1981 [folder 2 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 8/20-22/1979 [folder 1 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meeting 8/20-22/1979 [folder 2 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meetings
  63  
General Executive Board Meetings [folder 1 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meetings [folder 2 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meetings [folder 1 of 2]
  63  
General Executive Board Meetings [folder 2 of 2]
  64  
General Executive Board Regional Reports
  64  
General Executive Board Department Reports
  64  
General Executive Board Meeting Agendas
  64  
Campaign Committee
  64  
Finances and Census
  64  
General Executive Board Guests and Members
  64  
Hotel Arrangements
  64  
International Affairs
  64  
Irwin Solomon Report
  64  
Legal Issues
  64  
General Executive Board Minutes
  64  
Union Health Center Committee Meeting
  64  
Lou Montenegro
  64  
Edgar Romney
  64  
Task Forces
  64  
General Executive Board Minutes and Attachments-May
  64  
General Executive Board Agenda
  64  
General Executive Board Minutes and Attachments-June
  64  
General Executive Board Minutes and Attachments
  64  
General Executive Board Regional Reports [folder 1 of 2]
  64  
General Executive Board Regional Reports [folder 2 of 2]
  64  
General Executive Board Department Reports
  64  
General Executive Board Agenda
  64  
General Executive Board Minutes
  64  
Irwin Solomon Report
  64  
Resolutions
  64  
Unity House
  64  
Union Management Committees
  64  
Organizations
  64  
Comparable Worth
  64  
Central America Trip-Joseph Fisher
  64  
Legal Referral
  64  
Garment Center Zoning Plan
  64  
Garment Industry Development Corporation
  64  
General Executive Board Department Reports
  64  
General Executive Board Agenda
  64  
Benefit Funds
  64  
Campaign Committee Endorsements
  64  
Homework
  64  
Irwin's Report
  64  
Local 153 Negotiations
  64  
Resolutions
  64  
General Executive Board Minutes
  64  
Task Force Reports
  64  
Unity House
  64  
Union Privilege Benefit Programs
  64  
Technology Changes in the Garment Industry
  64  
Union Privilege Legal Services
  64  
Agreement between Associated Corset and Brassiere Manufacturers Inc. and ILGWU
  65  
Resolutions and Committee Minutes
  65  
General Executive Board Minutes
  65  
Department Reports
  65  
Regional Reports
  65  
ACTWU Settlement
  65  
Education Task Force
  65  
General Advisory Council
  65  
GIAC, Mario Cuomo and New York City and State Affairs
  65  
International Affairs
  65  
Irwin Solomon Report
  65  
Task Force Reports
  65  
Immigration
  65  
Health Services Plan
  65  
Campaign Committee Presidential Elections
  65  
Trade Bill
  65  
American Family Celebration Local Action Kit
  65  
General Executive Board Department Reports
  65  
Regional Reports
  65  
General Executive Board Task Force Reports
  65  
General Executive Board Minutes and Resolutions
  65  
Campaign Committee
  65  
General Executive Board Topics
  65  
ILG Fashion Show
  65  
Homework
  65  
Archives
  65  
Miscellaneous Correspondence. Wilbur Daniels
  65  
IUD-UHC Sharing
  65  
Levy Brothers
  65  
Census
  65  
Report to the General Executive Board
  65  
Delegate Selection Process
  65  
Immigration Act
  65  
Victor Gotbaum
  65  
Conditions in the Women's Garment Industry
  65  
Third Meeting of the General Executive Board
  65  
Drafts of General Executive Board Minutes
  65  
Resolution of the General Executive Board, Local 93 and Central Pennsylvania District Council
  65  
General Executive Board Resolutions and Minutes
  65  
General Executive Board. Hazelton and Wyoming Valley District Councils
  65  
General Executive Board. Philadelphia-South Jersey District Council
  65  
General Executive Board Meeting Minutes
  65  
Irwin Solomon's Report
  65  
General Executive Board Minutes
  65  
Convention Decisions
  65  
Union Sanatorium Association
  65  
Textile/Clothing Technology Corporation
  65  
The Bali Company Protests
  65  
Guests to the General Executive Board
  65  
Cinnabar Lane
  65  
General Executive Board Discussion of Organizing
  65  
Donations
  65  
General Executive Board. Topics for Discussion
  65  
Census Comparison
  65  
General Executive Board and Homework
  66  
Leslie Fay Company Reports
  66  
Leslie Fay Companies, Inc. v. Corporate Property Associates 3
  66  
Leslie Fay Corporate Campaign Congressional Hearings
  66  
Leslie Fay Corporate Campaign Congressional Hearings
  66  
Leslie Fay Contract Termination Notices
  66  
Leslie Fay Miscellaneous Clippings [folder 1 of 3]
  66  
Leslie Fay Miscellaneous Clippings [folder 2 of 3]
  66  
Leslie Fay Miscellaneous Clippings [folder 3 of 3]
  66  
Leslie Fay Clippings
  66  
Leslie Fay Clippings
  66  
Leslie Fay. Theo Miles Correspondence
  66  
Leslie Fay. Toronto Correspondence
  66  
Leslie Fay Arbitration
  66  
Leslie Fay Campaign Board of Directors
  66  
Leslie Fay Summit Correspondence
  66  
Leslie Fay Spitalnick Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  66  
Leslie Fay Spitalnick Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  66  
Leslie Fay Sportswear Correspondence
  66  
Leslie Fay Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Shapely Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Correspondences
  67  
Leslie Fay Restivo Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Severance Pay Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Pennsylvania Grievance
  67  
Head Sportswear Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Hue Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Jorca Correspondence
  67  
Julia I and Julia II Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Next Day Apparel Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Albert Nippon Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Outlander Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Overton Apparel Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Evelyn Pearson Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Breckenridge Correspondence
  67  
Leslie Fay Wilbur Daniels Correspondence
  68  
AmeriMex Articles
  68  
Ames Benefits
  68  
Ames Contracts. Chicago Agreement
  68  
Ames Contracts. Florida Agreement
  68  
Ames Contracts. Georgia Agreement
  68  
Ames Contracts. Secaucus Agreement
  68  
Ames Contracts. Pennsylvania Agreement
  68  
Zayres/Ames
  68  
Ames Miscellaneous
  68  
Biflix
  68  
Cattiva, Inc.
  68  
Coat Industry
  68  
Bobbie Brooks Correspondence
  68  
Cornish Knitgoods
  68  
Brian Uzzi
  68  
Casablanca Group L.P.
  68  
Crystal Brands Company and Audit Reports
  68  
Crystal Brands Company and Audit Reports
  68  
Crystal Brands Correspondence
  68  
Crystal Brands Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  68  
Crystal Brands Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  68  
Crystal Brands. 40 Hour Week
  68  
Crystal Brands Correspondence
  68  
Crystal Brands. Aston, PA Agreements
  68  
Crystal Brands and Eaglewear, Inc.
  68  
Crystal Brands. Evan Picone Contracts
  68  
Crystal Brands. Evan Picone Contracts
  68  
Crystal Brands Agreements [folder 1 of 2]
  68  
Crystal Brands Agreements [folder 2 of 2]
  69  
Crystal Brands Financial Reports
  69  
Crystal Brands, Inc. and ILGWU Local 93
  69  
Crystal Brands Negotiations
  69  
Crystal Brands. Jane and Linda Sportswear
  69  
Crystal Brands with Local 93
  69  
Crystal Brands Letter Agreements
  69  
Crystal Brands Original Signed Copies
  69  
Crystal Brands NYC Jobbers Agreement
  69  
Crystal Brands. Ashton, PA Draft
  69  
Crystal Brands. Baxley, GA Drafts
  69  
Crystal Brands. Reading, PA Draft
  69  
Crystal Brands Draft of Master Agreement
  69  
Crystal Brands Master Drafts- First Version
  69  
Crystal Brands and Evan Picone Division
  69  
Jones Apparel Group
  69  
Crystal Brands [folder 1 of 2]
  69  
Crystal Brands [folder 2 of 2]
  69  
Dawson Home Fashions
  69  
Dawson Home Fashions. Sardis, Mississippi Correspondence
  69  
Dawson Home Fashions Vienna, Ohio Agreement Correspondence
  69  
Crystal Brands Corporate Campaign
  70  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement
  70  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement Back-Up File
  70  
Calvin Klein Bills
  70  
Calvin Klein Bills
  70  
Calvin Klein 1989 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1990 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1991 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1992 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1993 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1994 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1995 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein 1996 Bill
  70  
Calvin Klein Chart
  70  
Calvin Klein Clippings
  70  
Calvin Klein Clippings
  70  
Calvin Klein Clippings
  70  
Calvin Klein Clippings
  70  
Calvin Klein Clippings
  70  
Calvin Klein Negotiations
  70  
Calvin Klein Contract Termination Notices
  70  
Calvin Klein Termination Notices
  70  
Calvin Klein and Kaijay Contract
  70  
Kaijay Correspondence
  70  
Calvin Klein 1991 Chart
  70  
Calvin Klein Knitwear
  70  
Calvin Klein Master Agreements
  70  
Calvin Klein Home, Inc.
  70  
Calvin Klein NY Cutting and Samplemaking Supplemental Agreement
  70  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement
  70  
Calvin Klein North Bergen, NJ Warehouse Supplemental Agreement
  70  
Calvin Klein Original Signed Agreement
  70  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  70  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  70  
Miscellaneous Correspondence
  71  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
  71  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
  71  
Moody Corporation
  71  
Rio and Calvin Klein Jeans Correspondence
  71  
Calvin Klein New York City Sampleroom
  71  
Calvin Klein Original Signed Agreements
  71  
Calvin Klein Swimwear
  71  
Calvin Klein Draft of License Agreement with "S"
  71  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement [folder 1 of 2]
  71  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement [folder 2 of 2]
  71  
Calvin Klein Master Agreement Correspondence
  71  
Calvin Klein New York City Sampleroom [additional]
  71  
Calvin Klein New York City Sampleroom
  71  
Calvin Klein Secaucus, NJ Negotiations
  71  
Calvin Klein Original Signed Agreements
  71  
Calvin Klein Contractors
  71  
Calvin Klein Contract Termination Notices and Correspondence
  71  
Calvin Klein Correspondence
  71  
Calvin Klein Cosmetics Warehouse
  71  
Calvin Klein Miscellaneous
  72  
United States Bankruptcy Court. Bidermann Industries [folder 1 of 2]
  72  
United States Bankruptcy Court. Bidermann Industries [folder 2 of 2]
  72  
Otterbourg, Steindler, Houston and Rosen, P.C.
  72  
Bidermann Industries Bankruptcy
  72  
Bidermann Industries Bankruptcy
  72  
Bidermann Industries, Miscellaneous [folder 1 of 2]
  72  
Bidermann Industries, Miscellaneous [folder 2 of 2]
  72  
Plaid Clothing Group Bankruptcy
  72  
Miscellaneous Court Materials [folder 1 of 2]
  72  
Miscellaneous Court Materials [folder 2 of 2]
  72  
Credit Agreement
  72  
Report to the Creditor's Committee
  72  
Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Bidermann Industries [folder 1 of 2]
  72  
Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Bidermann Industries [folder 2 of 2]
  72  
Bidermann Industries 1996 Fiscal Year Budget
  73  
Triangle Fire Survivors
  73  
Triangle Fire 75th Anniversary. Financial Data
  73  
Triangle Fire 75th Anniversary. Miscellaneous
  73  
Triangle Fire Rally
  73  
Union Health Center
  73  
Union Health Center 75th Anniversary
  73  
Triangle Fire Miscellaneous
  73  
Triangle Fire Rally
  73  
Triangle Fire Rally
  73  
Industry Agreements
  73  
Reviewing Northeast Region Contracts
  73  
NAFTA Grassroots Committee
  73  
NAFTA
  73  
New York State Legislation
  73  
New York Times Health Insurance Articles
  73  
Local 153
  73  
Delegate Credentials. AFL-CIO Convention
  73  
AFL-CIO Convention
  73  
AFL Convention
  73  
Campaign for Justice
  73  
Career and Education Expo
  73  
President Bill Clinton
  73  
Homework Hearing Videotape Correspondence
  73  
Homework Non-ILG Publications
  73  
Homework. Letters to Department of Labor
  73  
Miscellaneous
  74  
Chinese Videotapes
Chinese

  74  
Industrial Union Department 1988 Convention
  74  
Labor Management Committee
  74  
Flexible Manufacturing Systems Report
  74  
Labor Management Committees
  74  
Industrial Union Department Convention
  74  
Homework Committee