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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Organizational Records [series]:
  1  
Annual Meeting Resolutions: 1930-36 [1938, 1941, 1947]
  1  
Annual Meeting Proceedings, 1938
  1  
Board of Directors
  1  
Fiftieth Anniversary: 1949
  1  
Routine correspondence, 1944-1946
  1  
Bulletin of National Consumers League for Fair Labor Standards: Issues: Fall, 1945; Fall, 1946; Winter, 1946
 
Series II. Subject Files [series]:
 
A. National focus [subseries]:
  1  
Candy Industry, Permanent Candy Committee
  1  
Child Labor Pamphlets
 
The Consumers' League of Cincinnati. Out of School- Out of Work? June, 1932. 34 pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. A Warning on Child Labor. December, 1937. 1 pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. A Fall of the Great Industrial States in the Scale of the States. December, 1902. 4 pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. Why the Children's Bill Did Not Pass. 1930. 4 pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. The Working Child. June, 1896. 4 pp.
 
Magee, Elizabeth S. Impact of the War on Child Labor. November, 1944. 9 pp.
 
Memorandum Explanatory of Proposed Federal Legislation in Aid of State Prohibition of Child Labor. Date N/A. 7 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Children's Amendment. January 1935. 9 pp. (2 copies of this.)
 
National Consumers' League. Helping to Make Work Safe for Children. 1928? 9 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. National Education and Employment Program of the Junior Education and Employment Committee of the NAM. September, 1927. 20 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Child Labor Legislation Handbook. 1904. 16 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Child Labor Legislation Handbook. 1902. 7 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Survey of Wage-Earning Girls Below Sixteen Years of Age. 1915. 65 pp.
 
Pound, Dean Roscoe. Child Labor Amendment. October, 1924. 4 pp.
 
Smith, Ethel M. Let the Facts Be Known: A Plain Statement Concerning the Proposed Child Labor Amendment to the Federal Constitution. February, 1925. 2 pp.
  1  
Child Labor, Industrial Accidents
  1  
Child Labor Manufacturers' Program
 
National Association of Manufacturers' Article. Industry Meets Educators' Ideas, Modifies Child Education Program.
 
Letter written to Francis Pollack from undetermined source. June 29, 1928. 2 pp.
 
Letter written to Freda Kirchway from Howell Cheney. February 15, 1928. 1 pp.
 
Minutes of Child Labor Manufacturers' Meeting. March 27, 1928. 7 pp.
 
Minutes of Child Labor Manufacturers' Meeting. April 20, 1929. 5 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Manufacturers' Child Labor Program.
 
Newspaper Article. Lehman Holds Hearing on N.Y. Child Labor Bill.
 
Pollack, Francis. Notes for her report on the meeting of April 20. Year N/A. 12pp.
 
Rough Draft for an Act to Amend the Child Labor Law. Act No. 177. May 13, 1915. 3 pp.
 
Tentative Draft for the New Plan for Youth in Industry. November 15, 1928. 4 pp.
 
U.S. Department of Labor, Children's Bureau. Letter written to Florence Kelley. October 19, 1927. 2 pp.
  1  
Disability Insurance
  1  
Equal Pay for Equal Work
  1  
Equal Rights 1921-1925
  1  
Equal Rights, 1940-1950
  1  
Health and Safety
  1  
Health Insurance
  1  
Hotel Industry
  1  
Hours of Work
  1  
Illustrations
  1  
Labor Standards Conference
  1  
Migrant labor, pamphlets and government issued reports
 
Bettinger, Herbert C. New York's Stepchildren. June, 1948. 4 pp.
 
Committee on Migrant Camps. Memorandum to the New Jersey State Commission for Post War Economic Welfare. December, 1944. 6 pp.
 
Consumers' League of New Jersey. Brief Concerning Labor Camps for Migrants in New Jersey. June, 1944. 12 pp.
 
Consumers League of New York. End Feudalism on the Farms. 1958. 4 pp. (2 copies of this.)
 
Federal Interagency Committee on Migrant Labor. Migrant Labor . . . a human problem. 1947. 58 pp.
 
Costello, Frank J. A Successful Experiment. 1954. 2 pp.
 
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education; Washington, D.C. Report from New York State on the Education of Migrant Children. March 9, 1953. 5 pp.
 
Hill, Herbert. N.Y. State Legislature Attacks Negro Family. October, 1953. 6 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. No Work Today! The Plight of America's Migrants. 1953. 28 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. A Federal Committee on Migrants to Establish a Federal Committee on Migratory Farm Labor. June, 1952. 1 pp.
 
New York Migrant Housing Administration. Statement of T.M. Hurd, Chairman of the New York State Interdepartmental Committee on Farm and Food Processing Labor. Date N/A. 4 pp.
 
New York Migrant Labor Program. Statement of T.M. Hurd, Chairman of the New York State Interdepartmental Committee on Farm and Food Processing Labor. 1950. 2 pp.
 
New York State Department of Labor. Meet the Migrant Worker. October 1954. 8 pp.
 
New York State Department of Labor. Employment of Children in New York State. February, 1944. 10 pp.
 
New York State Interdepartmental Committee on Farm and Food Processing Labor. Report. 1950. 14 pp.
 
New York State Interdepartmental Committee on Farm and Food Processing Labor. Report. 1951. 14 pp.
 
New York State Interdepartmental Committee on Farm and Food Processing Labor. Report. 1952. 16 pp.
 
New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Migrant Labor. Report. 1953. 39 pp.
 
Report and Evaluation on Migrant Adult Education, Richfield Springs, New York. 1953. 3 pp.
 
Shotwell, Louisa R. Puerto Rican Migrant Workers Plunge Eagerly Into Study of English. Date N/A. 2 pp.
 
United States Department of Labor. Employment and Housing Problems of Migratory Workers in New York and New Jersey Canning Industries. 1943. 35 pp.
 
United States Department of Labor, Division of Labor Standards. Harvest Nomads. 1945. 22 pp.
 
University of the State of New York. Bulletin to the Schools. October, 1956. 30 pp.
  1  
Migrant labor, news clippings
  1  
Migrant labor, senate hearings: Hopper testimony
  1  
Minimum wage, 1911-1919
 
Chamberlain, Mary. Settling Labor Disputes in Australia. August, 1914. 3 pp.
 
The Consumers' League of Maryland. The Minimum Wage Commission Bill. 1914. 6 pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. The Case of the Minimum Wage. February, 1915. 28 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Building Up Industrial Liberty. April, 1916. 4 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Do Wages Buy Health? The Oregon Minimum Wage Case RE-Argued. February, 1917. 3 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Main Provisions of the American Minimum Wage Legislation for Women. December, 1914. 1 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Minimum Wage Commissions, Current Facts. November, 1919. 15 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Minimum Wage Boards , by Florence Kelley. June, 1911. 11 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Minimum Wage Commissions Current Facts. January, 1920. 15 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. A Momentous Case. January, 1915. 1 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Muckers by William H. Matthews, and The Harm of Low Wages by Edward T. Devine. October 2, 1915. 8 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Oregon Minimum-Wage Crisis. June, 1917. 15 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Present Status of Minimum Wage Legislation , by Florence Kelley. July, 1913. 7 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Recommended Draft for a Minimum Wage Commission Bill. July, 1914. 7 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. A Substitute for Charity. January, 1915. 11 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Trammell-Keating Minimum Wage Bill, Why is it Needed? 1917. 4 pp.
 
O'Hara, Edwin V. A Living Wage By Legislation, the Oregon Experience. 1916. 55 pp.
 
Roche, Josephine A. Wage Earning Women and Girls in Baltimore. May, 1918. 36 pp.
  1  
Minimum wage, 1920-1959
 
Citizens Committee for a Minimum Wage Law in Missouri. Pamphlet. 1945. 4 pp.
 
Citizens Committee on the Fair Labor Standards Act. Faith and Justice.
 
Citizens Committee on the Fair Labor Standards Act. An Appeal to America's Conscience.
 
Citizens Committee on the Fair Labor Standards Act. America's Other Citizens.
 
Goldmark, Josephine. Women Workers' Wages.
 
Mason, Lucy Randolph. Work, Wages, and Security.
 
Joint Legislative Conference. The Minimum Wage Board Bill.
 
National Consumers' League. American Minimum Wage Laws at Work,
 
National Consumers' League. Earnings of Women in Factories and a Legal Living Wage.
 
National Consumers' League. Equal Opportunity for Women Wage Earners, Facts vs. Fiction.
 
National Consumers' League. Let's Look at the Facts.
 
National Consumers' League. Minimum Wage Commissions, Current Facts.
 
National Consumers' League. Minimum Wage Laws Are Good Business.
 
National Consumers' League. Minimum Wage and Collective Bargaining, by Solomon Barkin.
 
National Consumers' League. The Evening Star: Mrs. Roosevelt Urges $1.25 Minimum Wage.
 
National Consumers' League. The Public State in Minimum Wage Laws
 
National Consumers' League. Wage and Hour Legislation in Action.
 
The New York Times. National Drive to Broaden Wages and Hours Law.
  1  
Minimum wage, Great Britain
  1  
Social Security, National Testimony
  1  
U.S. Congress, 1947
  1  
U.S. Supreme Court
  1  
Unemployment Compensation, Merit Rating, 1940
  1  
Wartime Labor Standards (WWI)
  1  
Women, Labor Legislation
  1  
Working Conditions
  1  
Small Hollinger within Box 1, Contents:
 
B. Subject Files, New York State focus [subseries]:
  2  
Child Labor, 1935-1938
  2  
Child Labor, 1942-1944
  2  
Child Labor, State Correspondence
  2  
Constitutional Convention, 1938
  2  
Consumers League of New York, Routine Correspondence
  2  
Consumers League of New York
  2  
Consumers League of New York, Routine Correspondence (additional).
  2  
Consumers League of New York, Newsletters
  2  
Consumers League of New York, Newsletters (additional)
  2  
Consumers League of New York, Publications
  2  
Disability Insurance
  2  
Household Employment
  2  
Industrial Homework, 1934-1945
  2  
Labor Standards Committee, New York State, 1933-35
  2  
Migrant Labor, New York State, Conferences and Studies
  2  
Minimum wage, advisory committee: 1933-1936
  2  
Minimum wage, General
  2  
Minimum wage, general (additional)
  2  
Minimum wage, correspondence 1935-1940
  2  
Minimum wage, correspondence 1941-1949
  2  
Minimum wage, inspection, 1940-1946
  2  
Minimum wage, legislative proposals-1936
  2  
Minimum wage, newspaper clippings
  2  
Minimum wage, Tipaldo Case
  2  
Minimum wage, candy industry, 1938-1940
  2  
Minimum wage, cleaning and dyeing industry, 1935-39
  2  
Minimum wage, hotel and restaurant industry, 1935-1941
  2  
Minimum wage, laundry industry, 1933-35
  2  
Minimum wage, laundry industry, 1936-1940
  2  
Minimum wage, retail stores, 1945
  2  
Savings Bank Life Insurance, New York State
  2  
Unemployment Insurance, New York State, 1935-1940
  2  
Wages and Hours, New York State, Correspondence
  2  
Wage and Hour Legislative Proposals-1940.
  2  
Wartime Labor Standards Committee, New York City, 1942
  2  
Illustrations
  2  
Photographs
  2  
Series III. General Publications. [series]:
 
Beard, Mike and Florence Kelley. Amending State Constitutions: A Study of Constitutions Which Lack Suffrage Amendments. June 1916. 4pp.
 
Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the 86th Congress, First Session. January 14, 1959. 2 pp.
 
The Consumers' League. Information Pamphlet. February, 1901 4pp.
 
The Consumers' League. Standards Pamphlet. Date N/A. 8 pp.
 
The Consumers' League. The Sweatshop Blight of the Tenements. 1904. 12 pp.
 
The Consumers' League of Buffalo. Information Pamphlet. 1912. 4pp.
 
The Consumers' League of Cincinnati. Employment Agencies in Cincinnati. December, 1928. 79pp.
 
The Consumers' League of Maryland. Sermon Preached by Cardinal Gibbons at the Cathedral. December 6, 1903. 8pp.
 
Ives, Irving. The Role of Education in Improved Industrial and Labor Relations. December, 1945. 2pp.
 
Job Brokers - Unlimited. The Need for Federal Regulation of Private Employment Agencies Engaged in Interstate Placement. November, 1941. 14pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. Illiterate Children in the Great Industrial States. March, 1903. 8pp. (Original and photocopy.)
 
Kelley, Florence. Institution-Factories. March, 1904. 4pp. (Original and photocopy.)
 
Kelley, Florence. My Philadelphia. October, 1926. 12pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. The National Consumers' League. March, 1914. 4pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. The National Consumers' League. June, 1915. 6pp.
 
Kelley, Florence. The Travesty of Christmas. December, 1903. 4pp. (Original and Photocopy.)
 
Kelley, Florence. Twenty-Five Years of the Consumer's League Movement. November 27, 1915. 6pp.
 
Memorial Meeting in Honor of Florence Kelley. Information Pamphlet. March 16, 1932. 3pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Bulletin : Volume 11, No. I. October, 1935. 8pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Conference on the Breakdown of Industrial Standards. December 12, 1932. 46pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Conference on Labor Law Administration. December 9,1935. 27pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Consumers United for Fair Labor Standards. Spring, 1950. 10pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Current Publications of the National Consumers' League. May, 1921. 10pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Day's Work. December, 1916. 4pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Dining Out . October, 1935. 4pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Earnings of Women in Factories and a Legal Living Wage. January, 1921. 27pp.
 
National Consumers' League. First Quarter Century: 1899-1924. 16 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. For the Doubting Thomases. November, 1936. 6pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The Government and the Market Basket: Address to the Jubilee Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. March, 1919. 15pp.
 
National Consumers' League. The High Cost of Living and the Ten Years' Program 1920-1930. October, 1920. 8pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Industrial Relations in England and Sweden. December, 1938. 19pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Information Pamphlet. catena N/A. 12pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Labor Laws of Twelve Southern States. June, 1934. 13 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Lists of Publications. Date N/A. 1 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Manufacturers Authorized to Use the Labor of the National Consumers' League. September, 1915. 3pp. (4 copies of this.)
 
National Consumers' League. The National Consumers' League , May, 1937. 10pp. .
 
National Consumers' League. The National Consumers' League History. 1934. 6 pp
 
National Consumers' League. Preventive Measures for Industrial Unrest. December, 1919. 8pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Report of the Second Annual Meeting of the Labor Standards Conference, December 12, 1933. 18pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Should the National Labor Relations Act be Amended? April, 1939. 8pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Stores Where National Consumers' League Labeled Goods Can be Found. May, 1901. 1 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Summary Statement of the Work of the First Year of the National Consumers' League. May 1, 1900. 16pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Thirty-Five Years of Crusading. 1935. 12pp. 5 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. What is the National Consumers' League? 1939.
 
National Consumers' League. What it is - What it does. 1956. 1 pp.
 
National Consumers' League. What This Label Means: An Organized Demand. November 1914. 5pp.
 
National Consumers' League. Why the National Consumers' League. Date N/A. 7pp.
 
New York State-Wide Economic Congress. Program. April 15-17, 1929. 7 pp.
 
Parkinson, Thomas I. When the Ship Goes Down . July, 1914. 4 pp.
 
Roche, Josephine. Broadcast on The Consumers' Stake in Labor Progress. December 8, 1939. 6pp.
 
State of New York Department of Labor. A Story About 50,000 New York Women. April, 1940. 10pp.