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Series II. ILGWU Administration Files, 1955-1982 [series]:
Contains correspondence and materials directly related to Gus Tyler's activities within the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. Includes references to education, training, contract negotiations, and correspondence with members in subordinate organizations.

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Aging / retirement file
8/69-10/69. Material on pensions, social security, and AFL-CIO Social Security Department.

  7  
Agreements. [folder 1 of 3]
1/65-9/66. Correspondence regarding President Dubinsky's approval of various agreements negotiated locally.

  7  
Agreements. [folder 2 of 3]
1/65-9/66. Correspondence regarding President Dubinsky's approval of various agreements negotiated locally.

  7  
Agreements. [folder 3 of 3]
1/65-9/66. Correspondence regarding President Dubinsky's approval of various agreements negotiated locally.

  7  
Airline expenses
11/73- 11/81.

  7  
Alba-Waldensian, Incorporated
3/65-9/65. Contract negotiations.

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AFL-CIO. American Federationist
10/79-9/80.

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AFL-CIO. General Correspondence
3/80-12/80.

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AFL-CIO. George Meany Center for Labor Studies
7/77.

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AFL-CIO. Oral history project
10/73-1/79.

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AFL-CIO. Research Department
10/78-8/80.

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AFL-CIO. Standing Committee on Education
1/79-6/81.

  7  
Shelley Appleton
11/78-8/82. Correspondence with General Secretary-Treasurer Appleton about various issues.

  7  
Barbizon
7/65. Contract negotiations.

  7  
Berkshire Frocks
2/65-1/66. Newspaper clippings and contract negotiations.

  7  
Theodore Bernstein
9/80- 1/81. Head of Benefit Funds Department.

  7  
Bobbie Brooks. [folder 1 of 2]
10/63-11/64. Contract negotiations.

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Bobbie Brooks. [folder 2 of 2]
10/63-11/64. Contract negotiations.

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Dr. Emma Bragg
4/78-2/79.

  7  
Burstein Company
10/64- 8/65. Contract negotiations.

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Butte Knitting Mills
12/63- 9/65. Contract negotiations.

  8  
Calendar (ILGWU events only)
10/73-12/81.

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Central States Region
1/68- 10/69. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Fred Siems and disgruntled members.

  8  
Central States Region
10/69- 12/70.

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Central States Region
2/71- 1/81.

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
9/74-4/78. Correspondence with, and on behalf of, President - General Secretary-Treasurer Chaikin about various issues (mainly education and politics).

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
4/78-7/78.

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
7/78-1/79.

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
2/79-6/79.

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Sol C. Chaikin
6/79-3/80.

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Sol C. Chaikin
3/80-8/80.

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
9/80-11/80.

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
11/80-3/81.

  8  
Sol C. Chaikin
3/81-6/81.

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Sol C. Chaikin
7/81-12/81.

  8  
Citizens Committee for a Constitutional Convention
7/65-3/66.

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Cloak Joint Board. [folder 1 of 2]
10/67-10/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Henoch Mendelsund and disgruntled members.

  8  
Cloak Joint Board. [folder 2 of 2]
10/67-10/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Henoch Mendelsund and disgruntled members.

  8  
Cloak Out-of-Town Department
3/68-10/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Henoch Mendelsund, Mildred Lippman, and disgruntled members.

  8  
Contractor control
Clause in 1965 Bobbie Brooks contract.

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1965 ILGWU Convention
7/65.

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1974 ILGWU Conference
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1977 ILGWU Convention
4/77-5/77? Report of Education Department.

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1980 ILGWU Convention
1/80-10/80. Report of Education Department.

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Cotton City
11/64. Contract negotiations.

  23  
Wilbur Daniels
3/70-7/82. Miscellaneous correspondence.

  23  
Dress Joint Board
2/68-9/69. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Charles Zimmerman and Israel Breslow, and disgruntled members.

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Dress Joint Board
12/69- 5/71.

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Dress Joint Board
5/71- 12/72.

  23  
East Bronx Community Festival
Undated.

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Eastern Region
9/63-1/70. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Edward Kramer and disgruntled members.

  23  
Eastern Region
2/70-7/71.

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Eastern Region
11/71-8/79.

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Education Department
9/68-3/72.

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Fashion Apparel Manufacturers Association
7/65-9/65.

  23  
Federation of Union Representatives (FOUR)
8/62?-9/67. Concerns attempt to form union of ILGWU organizers, staff, and business agents.

  23  
First Aid and Blood Bank
3/76-4/79. Relates to training union members in first aid and CPR. Also concerns members' blood donations.

  23  
Foundations Group
2/69- 12/75. Philanthropy organization including the Dubinsky Foundation.

  23  
General Executive Board Committee on Education
10/68-1/70. Reports from Education Department.

  23  
Genesco. Organizing literature from campaign at Formfit Plaza plant
10/65-1/66.

  23  
Genesco. Organizing literature from campaign at Hobco plant in Hobson, Alabama
3/66.

  23  
Genesco. Newspaper clippings and research
2/64-11/65.

  23  
Heckler Corporation
10/65. Contract negotiations.

  23  
Immigration
10/64-5/65.

  23  
International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. Archives
11/76-4/78.

  23  
International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. General Executive Board Meeting Notices
1/71-7/76.

  23  
International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. History
3/67.

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International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. Scholarship Fund
2/69-10/71.

  23  
International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. Staff Training Institute
3/66-9/69.

  9  
International Women's Conference
7/77. The New York State Women's Conference in Albany

  9  
Jack Barnes
8/65. Contract negotiations - Problems and Solutions for Local 91

  9  
Jesse Miller Company
12/65. Contract negotiations. Includes Health and Welfare Fund Report.

  9  
Job Applications
10/77-1/78. File of resumes of college graduates looking for staff positions with the ILGWU. Contains an essay called "Jewish Self-Defense."

  9  
Job Applications
1/78-6/78.

  9  
Job Applications
6/78-1/79.

  9  
Job Applications
1/79-9/79.

  9  
Job Applications
9/79-3/80.

  9  
Job Applications
3/80-7/80.

  9  
Job Applications
7/80-1/81.

  9  
Job Applications
2/81-8/81.

  9  
Job Applications
8/81-11/81.

  9  
Job Applications sent to Executive Vice President Frederick Siems
3/78-4/78.

  9  
Jonathan Logan
12/63-1/66. Contract negotiations. Includes a pension plan and newspaper clippings.

  9  
Judy Bond
10/63-2/67. Concerns strike, public boycott campaign, and dispute with the United Garment Workers of America.

  9  
John F. Kennedy Memoriam
11/63.

  9  
Labor Education and Policy Associates (LEAP)
11/79.

  9  
Lortogs, Incorporated
12/64. Newspaper clippings.

  9  
Maidenform
3/63-9/65. Contract negotiations.

  9  
Manpower Development and Training Act
2/64-6/66.

  9  
Master Contract Correspondence
6/65-9/65.

  9  
Bill Mathews. Pennsylvania Education Director
5/65. Booklet used for classes with members.

  9  
Memo / For Staff Only
1/76- 1/77. ILGWU publication.

  9  
Mendelsund Project
1/71- 11/73. Course in labor-management relations at Fashion Institute of Technology, designed by Professor Jack Barbash of the University of Wisconsin.

  9  
Mendelsund Project
11/73- 11/74.

  9  
Midwest Department. [folder 1 of 2]
2/68-9/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Morris Bialis and disgruntled members.

  9  
Midwest Department. [folder 2 of 2]
2/68-9/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Morris Bialis and disgruntled members.

  9  
Minimum Wage Legislation. [folder 1 of 2]
12/63-12/65. Statements, testimonies, newspaper clippings.

  9  
Minimum Wage Legislation. [folder 2 of 2]
12/63-12/65. Statements, testimonies, newspaper clippings.

  9  
Montreal Joint Board
1/64- 4/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Bernard Shane and Si Bresner, and disgruntled members. Newspaper included.

  9  
New England Region
7/77- 4/81. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Edward Milano.

  9  
New York City Central Labor Council
2/67-3/67.

  9  
New York City Locals
9/63- 1/69. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Ed Schneider, Matthew Schoenwald, E. Howard Molisani, Louis Nelson, Sol Greene, Douglas Levin, and disgruntled members.

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New York City Locals
1/69- 6/71.

  10  
New York City Locals
6/71-12/71.

  10  
New York City Locals
12/71- 9/72.

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New York State 1967 Constitutional Convention. [folder 1 of 2]
11/65-7/67.

  10  
New York State 1967 Constitutional Convention. [folder 2 of 2]
11/65-7/67.

  10  
Non-union contractors
3/66. Report to President Dubinsky.

  10  
Northeast Department
3/67- 4/69. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Sol C. Chaikin and disgruntled members.

  10  
Northeast Department
4/69-11/69.

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Northeast Department
12/69-7/70.

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Northeast Department
7/70-1/71.

  10  
Northeast Department
1/71-3/71.

  10  
Northeast Department
3/71-1/72.

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Northeast Department
1/72-5/72.

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Northeast Department
5/72-3/73.

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Ohio. Kentucky Region
4/69-4/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice President Sam Janis and disgruntled members.

  10  
Organizing. [folder 1 of 2]
7/77-1/80. Concerns ILGWU organizing activity. Includes material from George Meany Center for Labor Studies Institute on Organizing, 1977 ILGWU Organizing Conference, and correspondence with Executive Vice President Frederick Siems.

  10  
Organizing. [folder 2 of 2]
7/77-1/80. Concerns ILGWU organizing activity. Includes material from George Meany Center for Labor Studies Institute on Organizing, 1977 ILGWU Organizing Conference, and correspondence with Executive Vice President Frederick Siems.

  10  
Pacific Coast Office / Western States Region
1/68-10/72. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Samuel Otto and Cornelius Wall, and disgruntled members.

  10  
Frank Pagan
7/69-8/69.

  10  
Paperback Service. [folder 1 of 2]
4/64-11/66. Program run by Education Department to order books for members at discount prices.

  10  
Paperback Service. [folder 2 of 2]
4/64-11/66. Program run by Education Department to order books for members at discount prices.

  10  
Perfect Garment Company
11/65-2/66. Contract negotiations.

  11  
Jasper Peyton
10/69-1/72. Assistant Education Director.

  11  
Philadelphia Dress Joint Board
1/66-3/70. Mainly correspondence with Vice President William Ross and disgruntled members.

  11  
Philadelphia Dress Joint Board
5/70-8/70.

  11  
Philadelphia Dress Joint Board
8/70-9/72.

  11  
Price Watch
3/79-6/79. Anti-inflation program run by Education Department. Involves monitoring of consumer prices by union members.

  11  
Puerto Rican Minimum Wage
5/55-4/66. Newspaper, newspaper clippings, general correspondence.

  11  
Puerto Rican Minimum Wage
4/66-5/66. Newspaper clippings and general correspondence.

  11  
Puerto Rican Minimum Wage
5/66-6/66.

  11  
Puerto Rico Local 600-601
1/67-4/80. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Alberto Sanchez, Clifford W. Depin, and Manuel Gonzalez.

  11  
Puritan Fashions Corporation
1/64-12/65. Contract negotiations and newspaper clippings.

  11  
Retiree Programs
9/79- 1/81.

  11  
Rhoda Lee
3/63. Company mislabeling of imported blouses.

  11  
Saul Rosen
6/78-7/81. Associate Education Director. This folder includes the book called "Dissent."

  11  
Rosenau Brothers
2/65- 1/66. Contract negotiations.

  11  
Russ Togs
12/64-9/65. Newspaper clippings.

  11  
Frederick Siems
10/77- 6/82. Correspondence with Executive Vice President Siems, mainly on organizing.

  11  
Slate Belt Contractors Association
1/64-2/65. Newspaper clippings.

  11  
Social Security
12/65-3/67. Statements and opinions on benefit increases.

  11  
South Jersey. Philadelphia Joint Board
1/68-7/70. Mainly correspondence with Manager Harry Benn and disgruntled members.

  11  
Southeast Department
10/67-5/69. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Martin Morand and Nicholas Bonanno, and disgruntled members.

  11  
Southeast Department
6/69-4/70.

  11  
Southeast Department
7/70-4/71.

  11  
Southeast Department
4/71-5/79.

  11  
Sportswear and Allied Workers Joint Board
?-9/79.

  11  
Scholarship, Training, Education, and Politics (STEP)
1/69-1/72. Bimonthly publication of the departments of Scholarship, Training, Education, and Politics.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
9/63-5/66. Correspondence with, and on behalf of, President - General Secretary-Treasurer Stulberg.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
5/66-8/66.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
8/66-12/66.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
12/66-5/67.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
5/67-10/67.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
10/67-4/68. [Includes 8x10 photograph of Stulberg at his desk.]

  12  
Louis Stulberg
4/68-12/68.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
1/69-6/69.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
6/69-11/69.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
11/69-2/70.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
2/70-4/70.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
4/70-1/71.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
1/71-2/71.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
2/71-5/71.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
5/71-10/71.

  12  
Louis Stulberg
10/71-12/71.

  12  
Style Undies
8/65. Research.

  12  
Tax Proposals (New York City)
3/66-5/66.

  12  
Union Counselor's Manual
8/74.

  12  
Union Health Center
8/80-11/80. Mainly correspondence with George Bailey (Director of Social Services).

  12  
Union Label Department
12/65-2/66. Correspondence with Min Matheson, John Denaro, and others about the union label publicity campaign. Includes materials on strategy, planning, and media use.

  13  
Union Label Department
2/66-5/66.

  13  
Union Label Department
5/66-9/66.

  13  
Union Label Department
9/66-11/66.

  13  
Union Label Department
11/66-1/67.

  13  
Union Label Department
1/67-4/67.

  13  
Union Label Department
4/67-7/67.

  13  
Union Label Department
8/67-5/68.

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Union Label Department
5/68-4/69.

  13  
Union Label Department
5/69-1/70.

  13  
Union Label Department
1/70-4/70.

  13  
Union Label Department
4/70-7/70.

  13  
Union Label Department
8/70-11/70.

  13  
Union Label Department
11/70-5/71.

  13  
Union Label Department
5/71-12/71.

  13  
Union Label Department
12/71-1/79.

  13  
Unity House
9/75-2/80.

  13  
Upper South Department
1/68-1/69. Mainly correspondence with Vice Presidents Sol Hoffman and Angela Bambace, and disgruntled members.

  14  
Upper South Department. [folder 1 of 2]
1/69-10/72.

  14  
Upper South Department. [folder 2 of 2]
1/69-10/72.

  14  
Wentworth Manufacturing Company
1/65-6/65. Contract negotiations and newspaper clippings.