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II. Airline Pilots Exhibits. [series]:
 
1-2. Descriptions of type of Equipment flown by Airline.
 
3-96. Data relating to hours of work, hours of flying and compensation of pilots and copilots.
 
97. Compilation of Schedule Adjustment Sections... American Airlines Employment Agreements 1939-1951.
 
98-108. Correspondence and data charts relating to scheduled flights and the percentage of flights that are completed within the scheduled time.
 
109. Interim report and preliminary recommendations by David L. Cole, neutral, in the 1954 dispute between American Airlines and its pilots.
 
110-115. More correspondence and data relating to scheduled flight times, etc.
 
116-120. Correspondence and bulletins (2) relating to American Airlines policy change wherein the flight engineers would have to hold pilot qualifications.
 
121-132. Air Line Pilots Association Negotiating Committee Bulletins (Nos. 1,2,3,4,5,7, and 11), and correspondence relating there to dated March 7 through August 5, 1957.
 
133-137. Correspondence relating to the National Mediation Board.
 
138. ALBA Negotiating Committee Bulletin #13.
 
139-140. Correspondence relating to the settlement of an many issues as possible previous to mediation.
 
141. Telegram to ALPA informing it of the commencement of mediation in NYC on October 22, 1957.­
 
142. Negotiating Committee Bulletin #14.
 
143-147. Letters relating to the Mediation Boards suggested arbitration of the dispute and the subsequent refusal of the proposal by the disputing parties.
 
148. Letter from American Airlines to all pilots presenting a brief chronological review of the developments in the dispute covering the period between June 21, 1957 through January 3, 1958.
 
149-150. Telegram from the Mediation Board, and affirmative reply from ALPA concerning further negotiations.
 
151-168. Further correspondence concerning extended negotiation with ultimate closing of the files by the Mediation Board
 
169. Telegram informing parties of the creation of the Presidential Emergency Board.
 
170-174. Correspondence between the disputing parties concerning additional negotiating prior to the scheduled sessions with the Emergency Board.