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Speeches, 1914-1961 and Personal Material regarding Germer, 1918-1956
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0001. Speeches. (1)
[1914], 1933-1942

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0002. Refusal by the American Federation of Labor convention of 1914 to support eight-hour day legislation. 7 frames. (2)
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0009. National Lock Company strike in Rockford, Illinois. 4 frames. (3)
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0013. Class conflict and United States labor history. 14 frames. (4)
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0027. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company anti-union practices in Akron, Ohio. 7 frames. (5)
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0034. Fisher Auto Body strike and violence in Flint, Michigan. 2 frames. (6)
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0036. United States Supreme Court decision overturning a New York minimum wage provision. 5 frames. (7)
[1936?]

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0041. Federal Screw Products strike and police brutality in Detroit, Michigan. 3 frames. (8)
[1937?]

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0044. Fisher Auto Body strike and violence in Flint, Michigan. 2 frames. (9)
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0046. Greetings to the International Fur Workers Union Convention. 2 frames. (10)
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0048. Labor and the Ford Motor Company. 6 frames. (11)
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0054. Oil Workers' Union, Harvey C. Framing, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. 7 frames. (12)
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0061. The Congress of Industrial Organizations issue and United Auto Workers. 10 frames. (13)
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0071. Congress of Industrial Organizations and Labor's Non-Partisan League in Ironwood, Michigan. 8 frames. (14)
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0079. Union support for the Greater New York Fund. 11 frames. (15)
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0090. More funds for hospitals in New York, New York. 8 frames. (16)
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0098. "Town Meeting" radio program: United States farm policy. 15 frames. (17)
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0113. To the Michigan State Industrial Union Conference. 17 frames. (18)
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0130. Why the Wagner Act should not be amended. 7 frames. (19)
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0137. To the Washington State Industrial Union Conference. 5 frames. (20)
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0142. To the War Board Conference in Berkeley, California. 16 frames. (21)
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0158. The Shevlin-Hixon election between the International Woodworkers of America-Congress of Industrial Organizations and the American Federation of Labor in Bend, Oregon. 6 frames. (22)
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0164. Labor Day remarks and minutes of meetings of the International Labor Day celebration in El Paso, Texas. 8 frames. (23)
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0172. California Conference on Labor in the War. 2 frames. (24)
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0174. Drafts of "Town Meeting" radio program: United States farm policy. 11 frames. (25)
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0185. Speeches. (26)
1943-[1961?]

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0186. To the Brewery Workers Convention, Galveston, Texas. 8 frames. (27)
[1942?]

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0194. To the Montana State Industrial Union Conference. 9 frames. (28)
[1943?]

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0203. To the Michigan State Industrial Union Conference. 13 frames. (29)
[1944?]

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0216. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention in Eugene, Oregon. 19 frames. (30)
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0235. To the Utah State Industrial Union Conference. 10 frames. (31)
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0245. Regarding the Communist party and American Federation of Labor competition with Congress of Industrial Organizations unions. 3 frames. (32)
[1948]

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0248. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention in Saint Louis, Missouri. 4 frames. (33)
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0254. Reports of the Massachusetts House Legislative Committee on Labor Industries regarding the petition of Ellworth P. Curtis and others for the regulation of strikes and labor organizations. 10 frames. (34)
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0264. Labor Day remarks [not delivered] in Boston, Massachusetts. 8 frames. (35)
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0282. To the Michigan State Industrial Union Conference. 17 frames. (36)
[1948?]

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0299. To the Minnesota State Industrial Union Conference. 14 frames. (37)
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0313. To the Utah State Industrial Union Conference. 17 frames. (38)
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0330. Radio address sponsored by the British Columbia District Council of the International Woodworkers of America. 8 frames. (39)
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0338. To the British Columbia District Council of the International Woodworkers of America. 10 frames. (40)
[1951?]

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0348. Regarding Colorado labor history and the Communist party. 6 frames. (41)
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0354. Radio address regarding the International Woodworkers of America in Flagstaff, Arizona. 12 frames. (42)
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0366. To the Utah State Industrial Union Conference. 11 frames. (43)
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0377. To an unidentified state industrial union conference. 9 frames. (44)
[1954?]

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0386. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention. 30 frames. (45)
[1950s?]

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0416. To the British Columbia District Council of the International Woodworkers of America. 15 frames. (46)
[1954?]

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0431. Regarding Phillip Murray and Allan S. Haywood. 10 frames. (47)
[1954?]

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0441. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention in Palm Beach, Florida. 14 pages. (48)
[1961?]

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0455. Oral History interview of Adolph Germer and cover letter by Jack W. Skeels for the University of Michigan - Wayne State University Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations. 31 frames. (49)
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0486. Personal Material regarding Germer - Biographical (News clippings, etcetera) [Unsorted]. 115 frames. (50)
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0578. Personal Material regarding Gerber. The "Chicago Socialists" Trial [United States versus Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, Irwin St. John tucker, J. Louis Engdahl, and William F. Kruse]. 115 frames. (51)
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0693. Personal Material regarding Gerber. Financial [Unsorted]. 164 frames. (52)
1931-1958 and Undated.

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0857. Personal Material regarding Germer. Memorabilia from European Trip [Unsorted]. 100 frames. (53)