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I. Subject files, 1932-1951. [series]:
Sub-series that are covered within this subject file are: American Federation of Labor; Committee for Industrial Organization; Complaints; Joint Boards and District Councils; Locals; National Recover Administration; national and municipal elections.

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A: 1947-51.
  1  
A: 1942-46.
  1  
A: 1938-41.
  1  
A: 1933-37.
Includes correspondence with American Civil Liberties Union on labor matters.

  1  
Advertisements, 1932-43.
  1  
Amalgamated Bank of N.Y., 1933-39.
Includes correspondence with Adolph Held re Union loans (collection of money and payment of debts owed by Union).

  1  
AFL: 1940-51.
Includes correspondence with Wm. Green, George Meany and Union officers on jurisdictional disputes between Union and AFL federal locals.

  1  
AFL: Charters, 1940-43.
Includes correspondence with John S. Martin re AFL Federal Local 22809, Doll and Toy Workers Union's desire to transfer to Union.

  1  
AFL: 1941-44.
Includes correspondence with John Martin re organizing activities of Union in Southeast area and re P.H.Hanes Knitting Co., Winston-Salem, N.C.

  2  
AFL: Conventions, 1946-50.
  2  
AFL: Conventions, 1943-44.
  2  
AFL: Conventions, 1941-42.
Includes adopted resolutions, report of Exec. Council, congratulatory messages to D.D. re his speech on anti-racketeering. (Includes text)

  2  
AFL: Convention, 1940.
  2  
AFL: Conventions, 1937-39.
  2  
AFL: Executive Council, 1945-50.
Includes correspondence with D.D. as V.P. of AFL; NLRB decisions, 1950; Washington Emergency Memorandum, 1949; Exec. Council report, 1945; Report and Resolutions referred to Exec. Council 1947; Correspondence with Richard Walsh, re jurisdictional disputes in Hollywood, 1946.

  3  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1950-52.
Correspondence , AFL releases and memos, misc. items in connection with death of Green, 1952.

  3  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1947-49.
Includes copies of letters to Green from John L. Lewis re steel strike, 1949.

  3  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1945-46.
Correspondence re steel strike, 1949.

  3  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1940-44.
Includes total benefits paid by Union to members 1941-44; Correspondence pertaining to anti-labor legislation 1943; war effort by unions 1941 and Correspondence re Union reaffili-ationi with the AFL, 1940.

  3  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1937-39.
Includes jurisdictional dispute bet. Union and AFL re knitgoods workers in Cleveland, 1937.

  3  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1936.
Includes communication bet. D.D. and Green re decision of the Exec. Council of AFL that the Union must withdraw from CIO, or face AFL suspension; decision of GEB re matter; Correspondence re AFL convention, Tampa, Fla., Nov. 1936; Union resolutions and communication bet. L. Hendin and D.D.; Correspondence re amount of benefits paid by Union to members, 1930-36.

  4  
AFL: Green, Wm. , Aug. 1935-Dec. 1935.
Includes Correspondence on activities of American Legion during Union strike in So. Norwalk, Conn.; with Green re Union organizers in Canada; Union resolutions to AFL con­vention.

  4  
AFL: Green, Wm., 1933-July 1935.
Reports of AFL Exec. Council; Union reso­lutions to AFL Convention 1934; Correspondence re jurisdictional dispute bet. Union and United Textile Workers, 1934.

  4  
AFL: Lewis, Meyer L. (Western Dir. of AFL), 1937-41.
  4  
AFL: Meany, George (Secretary-Treas.), 1947-52.
  4  
AFL: Meany, George, 1939-46.
  4  
AFL: Misc., 1948-50.
  5  
AFL: Misc., 1945-49.
Includes, Correspondence re AFL women's delegation to England to study women's role in industry under war conditions; participation of Maida Springer of Local 132.

  5  
AFL: Misc., 1938-44.
  5  
AFL: Morrison, Frank (Secretary), 1939.
  5  
AFL: Morrison, Frank (Secretary), 1933-36.
Includes Correspondence re jurisdictional dispute, bet. Union and ACWA in Lansford, Pa., 1935; Correspondence re charter to Cloak and Suit Sales­men of NYC, 1934.

  5  
AFL: Releases, 1935-36.
  5  
AFL. Telegrams to D.D. from members protesting Union proposal made to AFL Convention recommending that charters be withdrawn from unions in which Communists are in leadership (Red Amendment), 1935.
  6  
AFL: Union Label Trades Dept., 1938-50.
  6  
American Federation of Teachers; 1935-39.
  6  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, 1938.
Correspondence with committees and organizations on assistance to refugees; ltr. from Albert Einstein.

  6  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, 1937.
Includes correspondence with organizations on boycott of German goods.

  6  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, 1936.
Includes responses from individual to D.D.'s invitation to attend World Labor Athletic Carnival, Aug. 1936.

  6  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, 1939-47.
Correspondence with organizations and individuals, filed alphabetically - A-C. Includes American Friends of German Freedom, Anti-Nazi League, American Guild for German Cultural Freedom, Coat and Suit Industry Relief Fund.

  7  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, D-M.
Includes Dominican Republic Settlement Assoc., Friends of German Freedom, German-Jewish Children's Aid, Inc., Int'l. Relief Assoc., League Against Fascism and Dictatorship; publications from organizations and committees and newspaper clippings on Charles Coughlin and D.D.

  7  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, N-Z.
Nat'l. Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc., Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, Sephardic Refugee Committee.

  7  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic. ILGWU Non-Sectarian Refugee Fund, 1939-41.
Includes contributions and Correspondence with officers and staff, arranged by locals.

  7  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic, ILGWU Non-Sectarian Refugee Fund.
Includes lists of members, contributions, newspaper clippings.

  7  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Domestic.
ILGWU and Non-Sectarian Fund.

  8  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Foreign, 1936-42.
Includes correspondence with organizations and individuals in France, Italy and Germany. Letters from "illegal German trade union groups."

  8  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Foreign, 1934-35.
Reports on conditions in Europe; report by Sir Walter Citrine on visit to Russia.

  8  
Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist: Foreign.
Printed material,Includes publications of Labor Chest for Relief and Liberation of Workers of Europe, 1934-36; misc. reports, releases and broadsides.

  8  
Applications, 1936-37. Applications for positions in Union, A-D.
  8  
Applications, E-J.
  9  
Applications, K-R.
  9  
Applications, S-Z.
  9  
Applications for position as organizer, A-O.
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Applications for position as organizer, P-Z.
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Applications, misc.
  9  
Assessments, Dues.
Includes assessments for American Labor Party; Union conventions 1932, 1934, 1940; Death Benefit Fund; institutions and labor causes; initiation tax, 10 cents Old Age Assessment; per capita tax; T.W.O.C. (Textile Workers Organizing Committee).

  10  
Assessments, Dues.
Includes assessments for American Labor Party; Union conventions 1932, 1934, 1940; Death Benefit Fund; institutions and labor causes; initiation tax, 10 cents Old Age Assessment; per capita tax; T.W.O.C. (Textile Workers Organizing Committee).

  10  
Associations, 1933-34.
Embroidery Mfrs. Protective Assoc., Inc., of N.J.

  10  
Associations, 1933.
Infants and Children's Coat Assoc., Inc.Includes collective agreements; NRA Code for Industry; and Correspondence with George Alger (Impartial Chairman), Cloak, Suit and Skirt Industries.

  10  
Associations, 1936.
Low Price Dress Assoc. Inc.

  10  
Associations, 1933-36.
Metropolitan Knitted Textile Assoc. Inc. Collective Agreement.

  10  
Associations.
Nat'l. Knitted Outerwear Assoc., Oct. 1933; Wholesale Dress Mfrs.' Assoc., 1932.

  10  
B-BE: 1947-50.
  10  
B-BE: 1938-46.
  10  
BI: 1938-50.
Includes two letters from Louis Brandeis.

  10  
B: 1936-37.
  10  
B-BI: 1934-38.
Includes testimony by Louis Brandeis before Commission on Industrial Relations, April 1914.

  11  
Bank of the United States: 1927-33.
Includes lists of Union deposits; record of settlement of claims.

  11  
Billikopf, Jacob (Director), Labor Standards Assoc., 1939-47; (Impartial Chairman) Ladies' Garment Industry of Phila., 1943.
  11  
Billings, Warren, 1939-40.
Includes correspondence with Warren Billings and with the "Billings Defense Movement for His Pardon;" newsletters.

  11  
British War Relief. (See: W. World War II.)
  11  
Brookwood Labor College, 1930-38.
Includes Correspondence on finances.

  11  
C-CL: 1947-51.
  11  
C-CL: 1933-46.
Includes correspondence with Marx Lewis (Secretary), Continental Congress for Economic Reconstruction.

  11  
CO: 1947-51.
  11  
CO: 1939-46.
  12  
C: 1933-48.
  12  
Census Reports, 1930-39.
Includes census of local unions.

  12  
Census Reports, 1924-29.
  12  
Central High School of Needle Trades, 1935-45.
Includes correspondence with Mortimer C. Ritter (Principal) and Max Meyer (Chairman), Needlecraft Edu­cational Commission.

  12  
Central Organization Dept., 1941, 1945, 1946.
Includes Louis Stulberg's report on Pacific Coast visit, 1946.

  13  
City Center of Music and Drama, Inc., 1943-52.
Includes financial reports.

  13  
Clubs and Groups, Union (C and G), Locals 9, 10, 20, 22, 1938-42.
Includes broadsides, news releases, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, arranged by local.

  13  
C and G: Local 60, Dress Pressers Club, 1940.
  13  
C and G: Prolet Social Club, Inc.
Includes minutes, 1937 and constitution of Club.

  13  
C and G: Local 117 and Local 155 Knitgoods Workers. Union Vanguard Journal and related corres; Correspondence on reinstatement of Jacob Katz; minutes of conference to create Progressive Trade Center, 1939.
  13  
C and G: Out-of-Town.
Includes GEB Comm. hearing of appeal by expelled Montreal members and its decision.

  13  
Cohen, Max, Local 60, Dress and Waistpressers Union. Correspondence re death of M. Cohen.
  13  
Cohen, Thomas (Engineer). Report on Canadian cloak markets, 1939; also schedule of piece work prices for blouses, cotton dresses and other studies, 1937-38.
  14  
CIO: 1942.
Address by D.D. to Local 22, Jan. 1942; part of speech deals with peace in the labor movement.

  14  
CIO: 1939.
Correspondence on "Memorandum on the Basis for Peace Negotiations bet. the AFL and the CIO," by S.D.Bercrer; Union pamphlet, ILGWU in relation to CIO and AFL 1934-38.

  14  
CIO: Conferences, Meetings and Conventions, Apr. -Dec. 1938.
Includes telegrams pro and con GEB decision not to participate in CIO Pittsburgh convention, Nov. 14; text of resolution 11-11-38; Correspondence Includes John L. Lewis.

  14  
CIO: Conferences, Meetings and Conventions, Jan.-Apr. 1938.
Includes Correspondence on newspaper and magazine articles on AFL-CIO split.

  14  
CIO: Conferences, Meetings and Conventions, July-Dec. 1937.
Correspondence CIO Atlantic City Convention, Oct. 11-16, 1937.

  14  
CIO: June-Dec. 1937.
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CIO: Jan.-May 1937.
  15  
CIO: Aug.-Dec. 1936.
Correspondence on AFL-CIO controversy; Includes telegram (copy) sent to CIO affiliates re decision of GEB not to participate in AFL convention, Nov. 11, 1936; John Brophy report on CIO activities for 1936; exchange of telegrams bet. Wm. Green and CIO (CIO Pittsburgh meeting, Nov. 1939); AFL decision suspending CIO unions, Aug. 6, 1936; D.D. resignation as AFL V.P., September 1, 1936.

  15  
CIO: Jan.-July 1936.
Correspondence re controversy; Includes AFL letters requesting CIO unions to appear before Executive Council; Correspondence re decision of AFL to CIO unions to withdraw from CIO; letters from Wm. Green urging CIO dissolution; Correspondence with CIO, publi­cations.

  15  
CIO: Nov.-Dec. 1935.
Includes Correspondence relating to formation of CIO, and Wm. Green's letters dealing with it; minutes of CIO meeting, Nov. 1935; summary of meetings bet. sub-comm. of AFL and CIO: 1. of resignation from John L. Lewis as AFL V.P.: Correspondence Includes John L. Lewis, Wm. Green, Sidney Hillman and Charles Howard.

  16  
CIO. Comments on D.D.'s speech, "The CIO, AFL and Peace" before joint meeting of exec. bd. of N.Y. locals; text of speech.
  16  
CIO: Industrial Union Councils, April 1937-Aug. 1939.
Includes correspondence with Union officers re affiliation with CIO Industrial Union Councils, 1938-39; prior to 1938 Correspondence with regional directors of CIO.

  16  
CIO: Misc. 1937-46.
Includes D.D. notes on CIO-AFL conference Oct. -Nov. (?)

  16  
CIO: New York, 1937-40.
Includes correspondence with Allen Haywood (Regional Director); newspaper clippings on Communist elements in CIO.

  16  
CIO: Printed material.
Includes Organizers Bulletin, 1937.

  16  
CIO: Printed material, 1936-42.
Includes AFL publication: AFL vs CIO, The Record, Nov. 1939; CIO and Labor Unity, issued by the CIO: D.D. statement on unions suspended by AFL, 1936.

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Complaints, 1948.
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Complaints, 1947.
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Complaints, 1946.
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Complaints, 1945.
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Complaints, 1944.
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Complaints, July-Dec. 1943.
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Complaints, Jan-June, 1943.
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Complaints, 1942.
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Complaints, Aug-Dec. 1941.
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Complaints, Mar. -July 1941.
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Complaints, Jan. -Feb. 1941.
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Complaints, June-Dec. 1940.
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Complaints, Jan-May, 1940.
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Complaints, April-May 1939.
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Complaints, Mar. 1939.
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Complaints, Jan-Feb. 1939.
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Complaints, Dec. 1938.
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Complaints, Oct-Nov. 1938.
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Complaints, Sept. 1938.
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Complaints, Aug. 1938.
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Complaints, June-July 1938.
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Complaints, April-May 1938.
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Complaints, Feb. -Mar. 1938.
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Complaints, Jan. 1938.
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Complaints, Dec. 1937.
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Complaints, Sept. -Nov. 1937.
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Complaints, Apr. -June 1937.
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Complaints, Jan-Mar. 1937.
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Complaints, Oct. -Dec. 1936.
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Complaints, May-Sept. 1936.
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Complaints, Jan. -Apr. 1936.
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Complaints, 1935.
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Complaints.
  24  
Congress of Industrial Organizations (See Committee for Industrial Organizations.)
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Conventions: 27th, 1950.
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Conventions: 27th, 1950.
Includes two Harry Truman letters.

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Conventions: 26th, 1947.
Includes Harry S Truman letter

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Conventions: 25th, 1944. Includes Franklin D. Roosevelt letter.
Includes Franklin D. Roosevelt letter.

  26  
Conventions: 24th, 1940.
Includes Franklin D. Roosevelt letter.

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Coventions: 23rd, 1937? 22nd, 1934.
Includes Franklin D. Roosevelt letter.

  27  
Cottone, Anthony, 1939.
  27  
Cotton Garment Conferences, 1937, 1940, 1943 and 1944.
Includes minutes of Conference on Dress Situation, 1-26-40; reports; press releases.

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Credentials.
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D: 1947-51.
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D: 1940-46.
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D: 1933-39.
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Desti, Basilio.
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Dewey, Thomas E. (Governor), State of N.Y., 1943-51.
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Donnelly Garment Co. (See Kansas City Jt. Bd.)
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D.D.: 1941-44.
Includes affidavits for individuals.

  28  
D.D.: V.P., AFL, 1936.
  28  
D.D.: V.P., AFL, Jan. 1935-Mar. 1936.
Includes draft of subjects to be considered at Exec. Council meeting of AFL.

  28  
D.D.: V.P., AFL, Oct. 1934-June 1936.
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D.D.: V.P., AFL, 1945.
Congratulatory messages to D.D. upon his election to Exec. Council of AFL.

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D.D.: 1948-49.
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D.D.: 1945-47.
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D.D.: 1942-44.
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D.D.: 1940-41.
Includes messages bet. D.D. and Hannah Haskel (Secretary.), when D.D. was away from office, on Union matters.

  29  
D.D.: Misc. 1939.
Same as ff 3a-3b; also Correspondence with Frederick F. Umhey.

  29  
D.D.: Misc. Correspondence , 1937-38.
  29  
D.D.: 1936.
Includes telegrams to D.D. when he was in Europe, from Union officers about CIO controversy and Union's position.

  30  
D.D.: 1935.
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D.D.: 1934.
Includes Correspondence bet. D.D. and Hannah Haskel informing him of Union matters.

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D.D.: 1933.
Same as ff 2a-2b.

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D.D.: 1932.
Same as ff 2a-2b. Includes congratulatory messages to D.D. upon being elected President.

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D.D.: 1931. General Secretary-Treasurer.
Correspondents Includes Abraham Baroff and Benjamin Schlesinger.

  30  
D.D.: 1930.
Correspondents Includes Hannah Haskel, Ben­jamin Schlesinger, Morris Sigman, and Abraham Baroff.

  30  
D.D.: 1929.
Same as ff 6a-6b. Includes congratulatory messages on Cloakmakers' strike of 1929.

  31  
D.D.: 1923-28. Manager of Local 10.
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D.D.: Reception.
Election to Exec. Council of AFL, 1934.

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D.D. : S and S, 1932-36.
  31  
D.D.: S and S, April 1936.
Includes newspaper clippings re resignation from Socialist Party; United Hebrew Trades and N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd.

  31  
D.D.: S and S, 1937.
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D.D.: S and S, 1938.
  31  
D.D.: S and S, 1939.
Includes notes and studies on membership in the Cloak and Dress Industry in the 1920s.

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D.D.: S and S, 1940-42.
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D.D.: S and S, 1943.
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D.D.: S and S, 1944.
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D.D.: S and S, 1945.
  32  
D.D.: S and S, 1946.
  32  
D.D.: S and S, 1947.
Correspondence re D.D.'s article in N.Y. Times, "A Warning Against Communists in Unions."

  33  
D.D.: S and S, 1948-49.
  33  
D.D.: S and S, 1950-51.
  33  
D.D.: Telegrams and good wishes after D.D.'s operation, 1938.
  33  
D.D.: 1951. France and Italy.
  33  
D.D.: 1949. England. Delegate to the Int'l. Confed­eration of Free Trade Union.
Includes correspondence with Hannah Haskel on Union matters.

  33  
D.D.: 1948.
Includes "Report by Jay Lovestone (Secretary) on behalf of AFL Delegation to European Recovery Program Trade Union Conference." London, July 1948.

  33  
D.D.: 1948. England.
  33  
D.D.: 1948. France.
Dedication of ORT center, Includes Leon Blum letter.

  33  
D.D.: 1948. Germany.
  34  
D.D.: 1948. Italy.
For dedication of FDR orphanage home. Includes address.

  34  
D.D.; 1935. Geneva, Switzerland, as representative of AFL on the governing body of the ILO.
  34  
E: 1932-51.
  34  
Eastern Out-of-Town Cloak Dept., 1934-39.
  34  
Eastern Out-of-Town Dress Dept., 1936-39.
Strike reports, 1936-37.

  34  
Eastern Out-of-Town Dress Dept., 1934-35.
Includes Salvatore Ninfo's Report on Local 144, 149 (N.J.), 1934.

  34  
Eastern Out-of-Town Dress, 1933.
Includes preliminary report on dress industry in Conn. by Conn. Dept. of Labor.

  34  
Education Dept., 1946-51.
Includes correspondence with Mark Starr on educational programs; minutes of GEB Education Comm., Dec. 1950.

  35  
Education Dept., 1940-June 1946.
Includes minutes of GEB Educational Subcomm. meetings Dec. 1942; reports and releases.

  35  
Education Dept., 1937-39.
Includes Correspondence re Union essay contest, showings, reports and publications.

  35  
Education Dept., 1936-37.
Includes minutes of Ed. Comm., Dec. 1936, reports.

  36  
Education Dept., 1931-35.
Includes correspondence with Fannia Cohn, reports.

  36  
Education Dept., 1933-34.
Includes correspondence with Will Herberg, Local 22.

  36  
Emergency Work Bureau, 1932-33.
Correspondence on employment.

  36  
Erlich-Alter. Chair at Columbia University.
Includes correspondence with John A. Kraut (Assoc. Provost) on proposed Erlich-Alter professorship in labor, 1943-52.

  36  
Erlich-Alter, Dec. 1951. Memorial.
Includes Correspondence , speeches, statements and publications on 10th anniversary.

  36  
Erlich-Alter. Memorial protest meeting, Mar. 30, 1943.
Correspondence , speeches, statements and publi­cations on meeting.

  37  
F: 1947-51.
  37  
F: 1933-46.
Includes correspondence with Louis Fischer (author of The Great Challenqe); Federation Bank and Trust Co. re Union account; and Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies.

  37  
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1943-51.
Includes correspondence with A. Philip Randolph (Co-Chairman) of F.E.P.C. re Union contribution to Commission; activities of Commission to prevent discrimination in employment.

  37  
Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, 1936-39.
Federation cases, arranged alphabetically by case. Correspondence with societies re individual requests for employment, hospital care and related matters.

  38  
Financial Reports, 1940-51.
  38  
Financial Reports, 1936-39.
  38  
Foreign Affairs (journal).
Requests for D.D.'s articles, "Rift and Labor Realignment in World Labor," 1949; "World Labor's New Weapon," 1950.

  39  
Forest City Mfg. Co., St. Louis. (See St. Louis Jt. Bd.)
  39  
Form Letters and Circulars, 1934-36.
Includes correspondence with Union officers on conditions in garment industry.

  39  
Forward, 1936-39.
Includes correspondence with Abraham Cahan, B.C. Vladeck and Leon Arkin.

  39  
Forward, 1930-35.
  39  
G: 1940-51.
  39  
G: 1933-39.
  40  
GEB, Sept. 1946-Sept. 1951.
  40  
GEB, Sept. 1944-Sept. 1946.
  40  
GEB, Oct. 1943-May 1944.
  41  
GEB, Feb. 1942-June 1943.
  41  
GEB, July 1940-Dec. 1941.
  41  
GEB, Aug. 1938-April 1940.
  42  
GEB, Nov. -Dec. 1938.
includes Correspondence on postponement of con­vention from May 1939 to May 1940.

  42  
GEB, Jan. 1937-May 1938.
  42  
GEB, 1925.
Waiver of notice of meeting by GEB, Nov.

  42  
Gompers, Samuel, Centennial, 1850-1950.
  43  
Good News, Union publication, 1938-41.
includes requests, arranged by correspondent.

  43  
Governor's Committee on Employment (Dewey), 1943.
includes reports, Correspondence

  43  
Greenglass (Morris) Case, 1935-40.
includes minutes of special investigating comm.

  43  
H: 1938-49.
  43  
H: 1933-37.
Includes correspondence with Harriman Nat'l. Bank and Trust Co., re Union account, 1932-33.

  43  
HO: 1935-50.
Includes correspondence with Daniel W. Hoan (Mayor) of Milwaukee, Wisc.

  44  
Harvard University, 1942-47.
Correspondence re Harvard Trade Union Fellow­ship, reports.

  44  
Heller, Jacob, 1934-47.
  44  
Hillquit, Morris, 1934, 1937-38.
includes Correspondence establishing the Hillquit Memorial Hospital, 1937-38; acknowledg­ment and distribution of Loose Leaves from a Busy Life, 1934.

  44  
Hillquit, Morris, 1933-34.
includes Correspondence on legal matters; D.D.'s speech on Hillquit Memorial Hour, WEVD, Oct. 1933.

  44  
Hillquit, Morris, 1932.
Correspondence on Hillquit NYC mayoralty campaign; list of trade union organi­zations represented at conference, Oct. 1932.

  44  
Homestead Projects, 1936-39.
Correspondence re Jersey Homesteads, Hightstown, N.J.

  44  
Homestead Projects, 1935.
  44  
Hopkins, Harry (Impartial Chairman), Coat and Suit Industry. Memoranda submitted to Impartial Chairman on wage adjustments, 1935; Correspondence on filling of vacancy after Hopkins' death, 1946.
  44  
I: 1933-50.
  45  
Illustrated History of the ILGWU, 1937.
Acknowledgments from organizations, individuals, associations, manufacturers, foreign individuals, foreign organizations.

  45  
Illustrated History of the ILGWU, 1937. Distribution.
  45  
Illustrated History of the ILGWU, 1937. ILGWU distribution; includes reviews.
  45  
Industrial Association of Juvenile Apparel Mfrs., Inc., 1937-42.
Letters from Charles Baker (Labor Director) re contractor registration. includes negotiations.

  46  
Industrial Council, Cloak, Suit and Skirt Mfrs., Inc., 1936-40.
Includes correspondence with Samuel Klein (Exec. Dir.).

  46  
Infants' and Children's Coat Assoc., Inc. affiliated with United Infants' and Children's Wear Assoc., 1934-39.
Correspondence with Charles Baker (Labor Director).

  46  
Int'l. Clothing Workers' Federation (ICWF), 1937-46.
Includes correspondence with Van der Heeg (Secretary), re conferences, dues, resolutions adopted by Belgium Clothing Workers, 1937; reports and minutes of Bureau meetings.

  47  
Int'l. Federation of Trade Unions, 1935-45.
Includes correspondence with Walter Schevenels (Genl. Secretary.) re negotiations bet. Federation and Russian trade unions, 1937-38; Correspondence on Sir Walter Citrine's visit to U.S. under Labor Chest auspices in interests of anti­fascists, 1936; minutes of London meetings, 1945.

  47  
Int'l. Federation of Trade Unions, 1937-40.
Correspondence with Walter Schevenels, 1. from Francisco L. Caballero on Spanish situation.

  47  
Int'l. Labor Office, Geneva, 1938-39.
Includes correspondence with Samuel McCune Lindsay (Chairman), re_ Union financial support of Nat'l. ILO Committee.

  47  
Int'l. Labor Office, 1936-37.
includes ILO publications.

  47  
Int'l. Labor Office, 1935.
  47  
Int'l. Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Circulars, leaflets (A-M).
includes Correspondence on publications, The Church and Unionism and Meet the ILGWU, 1941.

  47  
ILGWU. Circulars, leaflets (N-Z), 1941.
includes Correspondence re Needles and Pins, 1941 Waqes, Why Wait?

  48  
ILGWU: Fifty-thousand Dollar Drive for Sigman-Schlesinger Library, L. A. Sanatorium and world institutions, 1936-37.
  48  
ILGWU, 1947-50.
  48  
ILGWU, 1940-46.
  48  
ILGWU, 1938-39.
  48  
ILGWU, 1936-37.
  49  
ILGWU, 1934-36.
  49  
ILGWU, 1934-36. Label Dept. Correspondence
  49  
ILGWU, 1951. News-History; report from Leon Stein.
  49  
ILGWU, 1937-41. News releases.
  49  
ILGWU, 1934-36. News releases.
  49  
ILGWU: Pageant and Concert, Oct. 5, 1940.
includes invitations, acceptances and declinations for performance, "I Hear America Singing" at Madison Sq. Garden for Greater New York Fund.

  49  
ILGWU, 1943. Seventeen Hundred and Ten Broadway purchase.
Thank-you letters for gifts and best wishes on purchase of Ford Bldg. for headquarters of Union; includes lists of names to invite to official opening.

  49  
Int'l. Hour Series, 1934-35.
includes texts of talks by Union officers over WEVD.

  49  
Int'l. Madison Bank, 1931-33.
includes Correspondence on loans, repayments and liquidation of bank.

  49  
Int'l. Union Bank, 1926.
includes stock certificates in Workers Unity House, Inc.; Ladies' Garment Finishers, Local 9 Centre, Inc.; Cloak and Suit Makers Bldg. Corp.; and Lexington Ave. and 25th St. Corp.; bank loan agreement bet. Union and bank.

  50  
J: 1933-50.
Includes correspondence with Jewish Fed. of Welfare Funds.

  50  
Jewish Labor Committee, 1946-49.
includes Correspondence on programs and activities.

  50  
JLC, 1940-45.
includes minutes, reports, addresses and Correspondence

  50  
JLC, 1938-39.
  51  
JLC, 1934-37.
  51  
JLC, 1935-49. Correspondence on contributions by Union.
  51  
Jt.Bd.& D.C.: Allentown District Council, 1941-44.
  51  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Allentown District Council, 1937-39.
  51  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Allentown District Council, 1934-36.
  51  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Baltimore Joint Board, 1940-49.
Includes correspondence with Samuel Caplan.

  51  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Baltimore Jt. Bd., 1939-41.
includes Eagle Dress Corp. case; arbitration proceedings and decision; Correspondence on Goldman Co. and Seldin Coat Corp.

  51  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Baltimore Jt. Bd., 1936-38.
  52  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Baltimore Jt. Bd., 1933-35.
Includes correspondence with Charles Kreindler and Samuel Caplan, on strike relief and organizing; memoranda of agreements.

  52  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Boston Jt. Bd., 1939-51.
Includes correspondence with Philip Kramer.

  52  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Boston Jt. Bd., 1936-38.
Includes correspondence with Rose Pesotta.

  52  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Boston Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
  52  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Boston Jt. Bd., 1929-33.
  53  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1942-51.
  53  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd. , 1941.
includes Correspondence re organizing drive at Hirsch and Sons, Inc.

  53  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1938.
includes election results of affiliated locals.

  53  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1938.
  53  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1937.
includes Correspondence on Sopkin Brothers Strike.

  53  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1936.
  54  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
  54  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1933.
includes copy of award by Judge Fisher in the La Mode Garment Co. case; Correspondence re Dressmakers strike in Chicago.

  54  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Chicago Jt. Bd., 1936-38.
Correspondence re Barney Gisnet Garment Co. case.

  55  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cincinnati Jt. Bd., 1941-51.
Correspondence with David Solomon.

  55  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1946-51.
Includes correspondence with Hyman L. Anger and Joseph Lewis.

  55  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1941-45.
Includes correspondence with Abraham Katovsky and Nathan Solomon.

  55  
Jt. Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1939-40.
  55  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1937-38.
includes Correspondence re assault on Abraham Katovsky, 1937.

  55  
Jt.Bd and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1936.
  56  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
  56  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Jt. Bd., 1933.
  56  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Cleveland Knitgoods Jt. Council, 1941-45.
Includes correspondence with Abraham Katovsky on Knitgoods industry.

  56  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Cotton Dress and Misc. Trades Dept., 1939-46.
Includes correspondence with Elias Reisberg. (In 1946 changed to Northeast Dept.)

  57  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Dallas Jt. Bd., 1933-39.
Includes correspondence with Meyer Perlstein and Jack Spry re Jack Spry case, 1938-49; Perlstein's case in connection with 1935 strike; NLRB cases, 1935 and 1937.

  57  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1936-51.
Includes correspondence with Samuel S. White and Meyer Perlstein.

  57  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
Includes correspondence with Sol J. Goldberg and Abraham W. Plotkin.

  57  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1933.
  58  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1939-45. Donnelly Garment Co. Case.
includes decision and order; Emil Schlesinger briefs; judgment; finding of fact and conclusions of law; cross examination of D.D.; B.B. notes; extracts from intermediate report of James C. Batten (trial examiner) and related Correspondence

  58  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1937-38. Donnelly Garment Co. case.
  58  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1937-40. Donnelly Garment Co. case. Newspaper clippings.
  58  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Kansas City Jt. Bd., 1943. Donnelly Garment Co. case. Donnelly trial, 1943.
includes examination of Meyer Perlstein; B.B. testimony; deposition of F.F.Umhey; affidavit of Siemon L. Hamburger; Correspondence with Meyer Perlstein and Emil Schlesinger.

  59  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Los Angeles Cloak Jt. Bd., 1949-Sept. 1950.
Includes correspondence with Morris Bagno, Joseph Springer; diary of Morris Bialis during stay in L.A. June-July 1950.

  59  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Cloak Jt.Bd., 1947-48.
Includes correspondence with Louis Levy on communist activity in Jt. Bd.; petition by operators of Local 65 for a separate local, 1948; jurisdiction of cloak shops outside L.A.

  59  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1943-46.
Includes correspondence with Louis Pine and Louis Levy; printed material on 1944 L.A. Clk. Jt. Bd. election.

  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1941-43.
  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Dress Jt. Bd., Oct. 1947-50.
Includes correspondence with Fannie Borax, on communist activities; postponement of elections, 1950; petition by Spanish-speaking members for Union program; includes program submitted by Spanish representative to GEB, May 1949.

  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Dress Jt. Bd., 1941-46.
Includes correspondence with George Wishnak; reports.

  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, Sept. -Dec. 1941. (On 10-6-43 Dress Jt. Bd. separated from L.A. Jt. Bd.)
includes Correspondence on strikes and strike relief.

  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, Jan -Aug. 1941.
includes report by Louis Levy on L.A. activities, Nov. 1940-Feb. 1941.

  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, July-Dec. 1940.
includes statement by Louis Levy on assuming office as manager.

  60  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, Jan -May 1940.
Includes correspondence with Louis Levy and George Wishnak on installation of exec. bd., Local 65 and elections of locals.

  61  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1939.
Includes correspondence with Israel Feinberg and I. Lutsky.

  61  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1938.
  61  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1937.
  61  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1936.
  61  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1934-35.
includes proceedings of Fourth Pacific Coast Conference of Union, Nov-Dec. 1935; report by I. Lutsky on organization campaign 1935 and Correspondence with Rose Pesotta.

  62  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1934-35.
includes proceedings of Fourth Pacific Coast Conference of Union, Nov-Dec. 1935; report by I. Lutsky on organization campaign 1935 and Correspondence with Rose Pesotta.

  62  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Bd., Cloak and Dressmakers Union, 1933.
Includes correspondence with Rose Pesotta, H. Scott, Local 65 and 84; Israel Feinberg on Cloak and Dress­makers strike.

  62  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: L.A. Jt. Council, June 1945-Oct. 1950.
Includes correspondence with Louis Levy, Abe F. Levy on trade union education among Japanese.

  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Maryland-Virginia District, 1946-47.
Includes correspondence with Angela Bambace, Irwin Jaffe and Charles Kreindler re Miriam Billings case, before special "Maryland- Virginia District Committee."

  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Maryland-Virginia District, 1942-45.
Includes correspondence with Elias Lieberman re Joseph Love Inc.; Lieberman's brief.

  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Miami Jt. Council, 1950.
Includes correspondence with John S. Martin, Samuel L. Macy.

  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Milwaukee Jt. Bd., 1942-49.
Includes correspondence with Albert Heup re Rhea Mfg. Co.

  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Milwaukee Jt. Bd., 1941.
Includes correspondence with Benjamin Dolnick and Morris Bialis.

  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Milwaukee Jt. Bd., 1938-40.
  63  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Milwaukee Jt. Bd., 1933-35.
  64  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1947-50.
Includes correspondence with Bernard Shane, Claude Jodoin; reports.

  64  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1943-46.
includes modifications in agreements bet. Cloak Mfrs. Council and Montreal Jt. Council, 1946; judgment in the Ideal Dress case, 1943.

  64  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1942.
includes minutes and reports of conference, Oct. 3-4.

  65  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1941.
  65  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1940.
includes Bernard Shane speech re strike in dress industry.

  65  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1939.
includes copy of arbitration proceedings bet. Union and Mfrs. Council; Union brief submitted to Impartial Chairman of the Cloak and Suit Industry.

  65  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1937-38.
  65  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1936.
  66  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1935.
includes Correspondence re Dress Cutters' Union, Local 205.

  66  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1933-34.
Includes correspondence with Albert Eaton, Israel Feinberg.

  66  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Montreal Jt. Council, 1937. Newspaper clippings.
  66  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1946-50.
Includes correspondence with Israel Feinberg; arbitration proceedings bet. associations and Union, Arthur S. Meyer (Arbitrator), 1946.

  66  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1941-45.
includes Feinberg report to Jt.Bd., 4-29-42.

  67  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1940.
includes Morris J. Ashbes reports, Sept. 1940; proposals for the Board of Stability and Control by I. Feinberg; report on the activities of Brooklyn office.

  67  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., Sept-Bee. 1939.
includes report of the special GEB Comm. on chartering Snow Suit and Legging workers, Sept. 18, 1939; minutes of hearing, Sept. 15, 1939; Correspondence re Snow Suit Dept., Jan-Aug. 1939.

  67  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., Jan -Aug. 1939.
includes reports.

  67  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1937-38.
includes list of non-union shops, 9-21-38.

  67  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1934-36.
includes membership census of cloak industry, 1936; subpoena to Jt. Bd. to produce records in Fair Garment Co. case, 4-8-36; Correspondence bet. Jt. Bd., D.D., Mfrs. Assoc., and Herbert Lehman on impending strike in industry, 1935.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1933.
Includes correspondence with Isidore Nagler; Nagler statement on piece work in industry; transcript of Final Session of the 1932 Term of the Jt. Bd.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1932 (July-Aug.) Strike.
includes Correspondence on impending strike; "Organization Committee's Report" submitted to the General Strike Comm. Aug. 18, 1932 by Nicholas Kirtzman; releases; strike preparations.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1931-32.
Correspondence bet. D.D., Schlesinger, and officers on jurisdictional dispute bet. Locals 1 and 17; Nagler report Dec. 1931.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and B.C.: N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd., 1947-50.
Includes correspondence with Julius Hochman.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd., 1940-46.
includes proceedings, 1943; Survey, 1940.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd., 1939.
includes release, Conditions in Dress Industry, Jan-Oct.

  68  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd., 1937-38.
Correspondence , release, Conditions in the Dress Industry; decision on Blue Date and Blue Fox Dress Co. Case, 1937.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd., 1934-36.
includes Correspondence on N.Y. Dress Strike, 1936; provisions in dress agreement; and release, Conditions in Dress Industry, July 1936-Dec. 1937.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd., 1933.
Includes correspondence with Philip Kapp; address by D.D. at Dressmakers' Victory Rally, 10-4-33; leaflets on strike.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: N.Y. Ladies Apparel Accessories Council, 1936-39.
Reports; official list of Union accessory shops in the Ladies Apparel Industry; Union shops in Dress Industry, 1937.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Philadelphia Cloak Jt. Bd., 1940-50.
Correspondence with Harry Dordick.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Cloak Jt. Bd., 1928, 1933-39.
Includes correspondence with Louis Bulkin, George Rubin; Special Comm. Report on Merger and Separation of Locals 2 and 17.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Dress Jt. Bd., 1939-50.
includes arbitration hearing, Adella Dress Co. Case, 1950; Correspondence with Samuel Otto, re_ Biberman Bros., Inc., 1939-47.

  69  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Dress Jt. Bd., 1942-46.
  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Dress Jt. Bd., 1939-41.
  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Dress Jt. Bd., 1936-38.
  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Dress Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
Includes correspondence with Elias Reisberg.

  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Dress Jt. Bd., 1933.
  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Phila. Jt. Council, (1942-50) 1936.
Includes correspondence with Louis Bulkin.

  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: San Francisco Jt.Bd., 1937-39.
Includes correspondence with Jennie Matyas; proceedings of Exec. Bd., Local 8 Committee investigating charges against Ted Goldstein, Dec. 1937.

  70  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: San Francisco Jt. Bd., 1936.
includes report to the GEB at the Jt. meeting held with Exec. Bds. of the S.F. locals, May 1936; Correspondence on Diner case.

  71  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: San Francisco Jt. Bd., Nov. 1934-Dec. 1935.
  71  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: San Francisco Jt. Bd., Mar. 1933-34.
Includes correspondence with Samuel S. White.

  71  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Scranton Jt. Bd., 1940-49.
Includes correspondence with I. Zimmerman, Elias Reisberg.

  71  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Scranton District Council, 1933-39.
includes Correspondence re Royal Miss Dress Co., 1939.

  71  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Seattle Jt.Bd., 1947-50.
Includes correspondence with Eloise Pratt, Mabel Sundberg.

  71  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Seattle Jt. Bd., 1940-46.
  72  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Seattle Jt. Bd., 1933-39.
Includes correspondence with Harold Hibbard, Eugene Glasser.

  72  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: So. Jersey Jt. Bd., 1939.
Includes correspondence with Barnett Karp.

  72  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: So. Jersey Jt. Bd., 1937-38.
  72  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: So. Jersey Jt. Bd., 1933-36.
  72  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: St. Louis Cloak and Dress Jt. Bd., 1940-48.
Includes correspondence with Meyer Perlstein.

  72  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: St. Louis Jt. Bd., 1936-39.
Includes correspondence with Ben Gilbert.

  73  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: St. Louis Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
includes petition by Local 104 members to GEB not to remove Edith Phillips as organizer, 1934.

  73  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: St. Louis Jt. Bd., 1937-39. Forest City Mfr. Co.
Includes correspondence with Meyer Persltein and firms re collective agreement.

  73  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: St. Louis Jt. Bd., 1935. Forest City Mfr. Co.
Includes correspondence with Meyer Perlstein, Elias Lieberman and Forest City Co. re strike and settlement 1935; findings of comm. appointed by St. Louis Chamber of Commerce.

  73  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: St. Louis Jt. Bd., 1933.
Includes correspondence with I. Halpern, Bernard Shane and Edith Phillips.

  73  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1947-50.
Includes correspondence with S. Kraisman, re displaced persons.

  74  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1942-46.
Includes correspondence with Hyman D. Langer.

  74  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1940-41.
  74  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1937-39.
includes report on Canadian Cloak Markets by Thomas Cohen.

  74  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1935-36.
  75  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1934.
includes Correspondence on Toronto Labour Lyceum Assoc.

  75  
Jd.Bd. and D.C.: Toronto Jt. Bd., 1933.
  75  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Twin- Cities Jt. Bd., 1942-50.
Includes correspondence with Michael Finkelstein, Dolores Johnson.

  75  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Twin Cities Jt. Bd., 1940-41.
includes Correspondence on Cartwright Dress Co.

  75  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Twin Cities Jt. Bd., 1936-39.
  75  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Twin Cities Jt. Bd., 1934-35.
Includes correspondence with Sander Genis; affidavits signed by workers against firms who did not adhere to dress code, 1934.

  75  
Jt.Bd. and D.C.: Winnipeg Jt. Bd., 1950.
Includes correspondence with Sam Herbst.

  76  
Justice: 1938-39.
includes 'Advertising Plan for Justice,' from Max Danish (Editor).

  76  
Justice: 1937.
  76  
Justice: 1936.
  76  
K: 1940-50.
  76  
K: 1933-39.
  77  
Katovsky, Abraham, 1934-45.
includes Correspondence re his sickness and death.

  77  
Kirtzman, Nicholas
  77  
L: 1947-51.
  77  
L: 1940-46.
  77  
L: 1933-39.
Includes correspondence with Herbert Lehman on Union-related matters, 1933.

  77  
Labor Chest: Domestic, 1933-37.
includes Correspondence , reports, financial state­ments and publications.

  78  
Labor Department, U.S., 1934-36.
  78  
Labor Dept., U.S., 1933.
Includes correspondence with Frances Perkins.

  78  
Labor League for Human Rights, 1940-46.
includes minutes, resolutions on war relief, publications, agreements among organi­zations on aiding war victims, text of speech by Sir Walter Citrine, Dec. 1940 and Correspondence

  78  
Labor Management Conference, Washington, Nov. 1945. (Called by Harry Truman)
includes reports on labor conditions in numerous countries; list of delegates from AFL and CIO; proposed agenda.

  79  
Labor Spy Activities, 1936-40.
includes memorandum on LaFollette Comm., by Research Dept. of Union, 1940; replies to Union questionnaire from officers on spying activities.

  79  
Labor Stage, 1941-44.
includes broadcast of 'Labor for Victory' by Ben Hecht, 1942.

  79  
Labor, Stage, 1936-45.
Includes correspondence with Louis Shaffer (Manager); text of "Governor Altgeld" play by Melvin Levy.

  79  
Labor Stage - ILGWU Dramatics: "Let Freedom Swing," 1940.
includes program and songsheet, 'Let Freedom Swing.'

  79  
Labor Stage: Invitations to Ninth Annual Concert and Pageant, 1943.
  79  
Labor Stage: "Labor Pains," Los Angeles, 1939-40.
  79  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," Nov. 1937.
Acceptances and declinations to N.Y. opening, arranged alphabetically by Correspondence

  79  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," 1938.
Newspaper clipping files, N.Y.

  79  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," 1939.
Invitations for a Second Showing.

  80  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," 1938.
On tour, Boston to Los Angeles, arranged by city; includes clippings.

  80  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," 1938-39.
On tour, Milwaukee to Providence.

  80  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," 1938-June 20, 1939, N.Y.C.
includes Correspondence re radio talk by D.D. on educational and recreational activities of Union, April 15, 1938; Correspondence re broadcast of "Pins and Needles," Dec. 2, 1937.

  80  
Labor Stage: "Pins and Needles," 1938-41.
On tour, Rochester to Wash., D.C., England and Canada.

  80  
Labor Stage: Windsor Theatre, 1939-40.
  80  
LaGuardia, Fiorello, 1933-50.
includes LaGuardia plan for settling labor disputes, 1946, and Correspondence

  80  
Langer, Harry - Canadian Organizer, 1935-37.
includes report re dress situation in Montreal, 1936.

  81  
Legislation: 1935-45.
includes Correspondence on Nat'l. Labor Relations Act and Board; Nat'l. Service Act, 1945.

  81  
Legislation: Social Security, 1936-37.
  81  
Legislation: Supreme Court Reform, 1937.
Correspondence on Roosevelt's proposal to reform Supreme Court? letters written by Union officers to Congressmen and Senators.

  81  
Legislation: Tariff and Trade Treaties, 1940.
includes resolutions adopted by Union on Reciprocal Trade-Agreements Program.

  81  
Legislation: Unemployment Insurance, 1937-45.
  81  
Legislation: Wages and Hours Bill, 1939-43.
  81  
Legislation: Wages and Hours Bill, 1937-38.
Correspondence with Merle Vincent and Elias Lieberman on passage of bill, 1937-38.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours Bill, 1935-36.
includes statement by Wm. Green before Senate Judiciary Comm. on thirty-hour week, 1935.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Apparel Comm., 1939-41.
Includes correspondence with Burton E. Oppenheim (Director), Industry Comm. Branch of Wages and Hours Division.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Apparel Comm.
includes reports on individuals for public membership on Apparel Industry Comm.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Outerwear Comm., 1939-41.
Correspondence on outerwear industry.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Knitted Underwear Comm., 1939-42.
includes Correspondence and releases from Dept. of Labor.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Learner Exemptions Comm., 1939-42.
Correspondence on modification of wages and hours for learners.

  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Other Industry Comm., 1939-43.
  82  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Puerto Rico Industry Comm., 1941.
  83  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Puerto Rico Industry Comm., 1940.
  83  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Violations, 1938-42.
Industry and Union requests for investigations arranged alphabetically by cities, A-L.

  83  
Legislation: Wages and Hours - Violations, M-Z.
  83  
Lehman, Herbert H., 1936-40.
  83  
Lehman, Herbert H., 1930-35.
includes Correspondence on impending strike in cloak industry and memorandum by Cloak Jt. Bd. to Governor on strike, 1935.

  83  
Lieberman, Elias, 1936-39.
  83  
Lieberman, Elias, 1933-35.
  84  
Local 6, Union City, N.J.: 1933-34. Embroidery Workers.
  84  
Local 8, San Francisco, Calif.: 1929-Jan. 1933. Cloak and Dressmakers.
includes Charles M. Schwartzberg Correspondence on Communist activities, 1932; Correspondence with Abraham Plotkin and J. Mencoff; some with Benjamin Schlesinger.

  84  
Local 9, N.Y.: 1933-42. Cloak and Suit Tailors Union.
Includes correspondence with Isidore Sorkin, Burnet Cooper; GEB decision on charges brought by members of Locals 1, 9, 35 against Exec. Bd. of Local 9, 1934.

  84  
Local 10, N.Y.: 1933-39. Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters Union.
Includes correspondence with Samuel Perlmutter.

  84  
Local 10: 1939. Election.
 
Local 17. (See Local 117)
  84  
Local 20, N.Y.: 1933-39. Waterproof Garment Workers Union.
Includes correspondence with Joe Kessler.

  84  
Local 22, N.Y.: 1933-39. Dressmakers Union.
Correspondence with Charles S. Zimmerman.

  85  
Local 23, N.Y.: 1933-39. Skirt Makers Union.
Correspondence with Louis Reiss.

  85  
Local 24, Boston, Mass: 1933-38.
Correspondence with Nathan H. Barker.

  85  
Local 25, N.Y.: 1933-39. Blouse and Waistmakers Union.
Includes correspondence with Charles Kreindler.

  85  
Local 30, N.Y.: 1933-39. Designers Guild of Ladies Apparel.
Correspondence with Joseph A. Valicenti.

  85  
Local 31, N.Y.: 1934-42. Dress Patternmakers' Union (merged with Local 10, Dec. 1942).
Includes correspondence with M. Schwartzstein and Daniel Nisnavitz.

  85  
Local 32, N.Y.: 1934-39. Corset and Brassiere Workers Union.
Includes correspondence with Abraham Snyder.

  85  
Local 35, N.Y.: 1933-39. Cloak, Skirt and Dress Pressers Union.
Correspondence with Joseph Breslaw.

  85  
Local 38, N.Y.: 1933-39. Ladies Tailors Custom Dressmakers, Theatrical Costume and Alteration Workers Union.
  86  
Local 40, 1934-39. Belt Makers Union.
Correspondence with Henry Schwartz.

  86  
Local 48, N.Y.: 1933-47. Italian Cloak, Suit, and Skirtmakers Union.
Correspondence with Edward Molisani.

  86  
Local 60, N.Y.: 1933-39. Dress and Waist Pressers' Union.
Includes correspondence with Max Cohen.

  86  
Local 60: Aug-Sept. 1935. Philip Kolinsky and Charles Cherkes case.
  86  
Local 62, N.Y.: 1933-39. Undergarment and Negligee Workers Union.
Includes correspondence with Samuel Shore.

  86  
Local 63, Cleveland, O.: 1933-39. Coat, Suit and Dressmakers Union.
Includes correspondence with Abraham W. Katovsky and David Solomon.

  87  
Local 64, N.Y.: 1933-38. Cloak Buttonhole Makers Union.
  87  
Local 66, N.Y.: 1933-39. Bonnaz, Embroideries, Tucking, Pleating, Allied Crafts Union.
Includes correspondence with Leon Hattab.

  87  
Local 67, Toledo, O.: 1933-39. Cloakmakers Union.
Includes correspondence with Morris J. Cohen and Abraham Katovsky.

  87  
Local 70, Portland, Ore.: 1933-39. Cloakmakers Union.
Includes correspondence with Manly Labby.

  87  
Local 72, Toronto, Canada: 1941-46. Dressmakers Union.
Includes correspondence with S. Kraisman, on internal local problems.

  88  
Local 72: 1936-40.
Correspondence and petitions re local elections, local conditions

  88  
Local 72: Nov. 1938-July 1940.
Special GEB Comm. to investigate Local situation.

  88  
Local 74, Chicago, Ill. 1934-37. Dress Pattern Makers.
Chartered 3-27-34; out of existence, 8-25-42.

  88  
Local 75, Worcester, Mass: 1933-37. Cloak, Skirt, Dressmakers Union.
  88  
Local 76, Chicago, Ill: 1938-44. White Goods Workers Union.
Includes correspondence with Morris Bialis and Abraham Plotkin on organizing activities in Smoler Bros. firm; Reconstruction Finance Corp. loan to Roberta Jill Co.

  88  
Local 76: 1937.
  89  
Local 76: 1933-36.
Correspondence with Abraham Plotkin and William W. Gaskin.

  89  
Local 82, N.Y.: 1933-39. Examiners, Begraders and Bushlers Union.
  89  
Local 88, Philadelphia, Pa.: 1933-39.
Includes correspondence with Morris Fishman.

  89  
Local 89, N.Y.: 1933-44. Italian Dress and Waistmakers Union.
Correspondence with Luigi Antonini.

  89  
Local 90, Elgin, Ill: 1932-37.
  89  
Local 91, N.Y.: 1936-46. Childrens Dress, Infants Wear, Housedress and Bathrobe Makers Union.
Correspondence re H.L.Hoffman Co. and Joseph L. Love, Inc.

  90  
Local 91: 1939-45.
Correspondence with Harry Greenberg.

  90  
Local 91: 1933-38.
  90  
Local 93, Reading, Pa.: 1933-39.
  90  
Local 99, N.Y.: 1934-39. Ladies Apparel Shipping Clerks Union, affiliated with United Hebrew Trades.
includes Correspondence re affiliation with Union.

  90  
Local 102, N.Y.: 1934-41. Cloak, Dress, Drivers and Helpers Union.
Correspondence with Saul Metz; N.Y. Dress Jt. Bd. complaint against Local 102; brief in behalf of Local 102, c. 1940.

  91  
Local 91, Los Angeles, Calif: 1939. Designers Guild.
Chartered, 3-15-35; out of existence, 1-30-39.

  91  
Local 108, Harrisburg, Pa.: 1933-35.
  91  
Local 115, Martinsburg, W. Va.: 1934-35.
  91  
Local 116, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1933-38.
  91  
Local 117, N.Y.: 1936-39. United Cloak, Suit, Infants and Childrens Coat Operators and Sample Makers Union.
Correspondence , hearing re 1939 Local elections.

  91  
Local 117, N.Y. Local 1, N.Y., 1933-36. Cloak and Suit Operators Union (prior to merger).
Correspondence W. Louis Levy re: 1933 election, controversy with Local 17 re: settlements with firms and amalgamation of Locals 1 and 17.

  91  
Local 117, N. Y., Local 3, NY: 1929-1935. Sample Makers, Cloak and Suit Tailors Union (prior to merger).
Correspondence W. David Rubin.

  91  
Local 117, NY. Local 3, NY: 1933-36. Infant, Childrens Coat and Reefer Makers Union.
Correspondence W. Jacob J. Heller, Abraham Belson.

  91  
Local 117, NY:
Correspondence Re. amalgamation of Locals 1 and 17.

  91  
Local 119, Dayton, Ohio.
Chartered Oct. 1933; out of existence, Oct. 1934. Given to Pressers in Kansas City, 2-26-36; out of existence, 2-15-39.

  92  
Local 120, Decatur, Ill: 1933-1939.
Includes correspondence with Harry Rufer.

  92  
Local 121, NY: Covered Button Workers Union.
Chartered April 1939; merged with Local 66, April 1942.

  92  
Local 122, Atlanta, Ga., 1938-1941.
Correspondence W. John S Martin on dual union, Dressmakers Federal Union, Levy Bros. situation.

  92  
Local 122; 1937.
  92  
Local 122: June-Dec. 1936.
Includes correspondence with A. Steve Nance.

  93  
Local 122: Jan-May 1936.
Correspondence with Thomas E. Evans.

  93  
Local 122: 1934-35.
  93  
Local 122: 1933.
  93  
Local 122: 1935-46.
Correspondence with Joseph Jacobs (Atty., Director of Labor Service Bureau).

  94  
Local 124, Kansas City, Mo.: 1933, 1936.
Out of existence 2-4-37.

  94  
Local 124, N.Y.: 1933-39. Plastic, Button and Novelty Workers Union.
  94  
Local 142, N.Y.: 1933-39. Ladies Neckwear Workers Union.
  94  
Local 155, N.Y.: 1940-41. Knitgoods Workers Union.
Correspondence with Louis Nelson, financial reports.

  94  
Local 155: 1937-39.
includes Correspondence , printed material on 1939 Local election.

  94  
Local 155: 1936.
  95  
Local 155: 1924, 1933-35.
Correspondence on jurisdictional dispute bet. Local and United Textile Workers of America, 1933-34; 1934 Knitgoods strike.

  95  
Local 164, Bridgeport, Ct.: 1936-37.
  95  
Local 175, Conneaut, O.: 1934-39.
Includes correspondence with Abraham W. Katovsky.

  95  
Local 178, Fall River, Mass.: 1933-38.
  95  
Local 179, Boston, Mass.
Chartered Mar. 1934? out of existence Feb. 1936? superseded by Local 229.

  95  
Local 180 (& Local 123): 1934-37.
  95  
Local 190, Phila., Pa.: 1934-39. Knitgoods Workers Union.
  95  
Local 191, San Francisco, Calif., 1939-45. Knitgoods Workers Union.
Case, Gantner and Mattern vs ILGWU; Includes correspondence with Jennie Matyas.

  95  
Local 191: 1937-39.
  96  
Local 192, Lowell, Mass: 1935.
Chartered Nov. 1934? out of existence, Mar. 1935.

  96  
Local 193, Grand Rapids, Mich.: 1937-38. Knitgoods Workers Union.
Chartered June 17, 1937; out of existence. June 7, 1939.

  96  
Local 194, Portland, Ore.: 1937. Knitgoods Workers Union.
Chartered 7-15-37? out of existence, 12-8-38.

  96  
Local 200, Cleveland, O.: 1935-37. Cloak and Suit Makers Union. Correspondence with Union officers re the Printz, Biederman Co.
  96  
Local 207, Laredo, Tex.: 1935-37.
  96  
Local 210, Kent, O.: 1934.
  96  
Local 214, Houston, Tex.: 1935-38.
  96  
Local 216, Winnipeg, Can.: 1940-46. Cloakmakers Union.
Correspondence with Samuel Herbst.

  96  
Local 216: 1936-39.
  96  
Local 216: 1934-35.
Correspondence with S. Herbst on organizing cloakmakers and relations with Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union.

  97  
Local 218, Jellico, Tenn.: 1935-36.
Chartered 11-1-35; out of existence, 10-10-36.

  97  
Local 233, Woonsocket, R.I.
Chartered 4-18-36; out of existence, 9-12-39.

  97  
Local 235, Salisbury, N.C.: 1936.
Correspondence with C.P.Barringer (atty) on organizing the Saparow Garment Co.

  97  
Local 236, Los Angeles, Calif.
Chartered 5-11-36; out of existence, 4-ll-39.

  97  
Local 238, Gary, Ind. Cotton Garment Workers Union.
Chartered 3-16-37; out of existence, 10-3-38.

  97  
Local 239, Meridian, Miss.: 1936.
  97  
Local 250, Kansas City, Mo.: 1935-38.
Correspondence on organizing Stern, Slegman and Prins Co.

  97  
Local 262, Montreal, Can.: 1937-39. Dressmakers Union.
includes Correspondence with Bernard Shane on Rose Dress Mfg. Co. strike 1939.

  97  
Local 266, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1945-47. Cotton Garment Workers Union.
Chartered 1-15-37. Correspondence with Louis Levy.

  97  
Local 266: 1943-44.
  98  
Local 266: 1940-42.
  98  
Local 267, Memphis, Tenn.
Chartered 1-18-37? out of existence, 12-10-40.

  98  
Local 271, Lexington, Mo.
Chartered 3-10-37; out of existence, 8-5-38.

  98  
Local 275, Zion City, Ill.
Chartered 3-31-37? out of existence, 3-14-38.

  98  
Local 276, Vancouver, B.C., Can: 1937-39.
Correspondence with Roland Jackson.

  98  
Local 277, Indianapolis, Ind: 1937-38.
  98  
Local 278, Jackson, Miss.
Chartered 4-12-37? out of existence, 10-7-38.

  98  
Local 279, Lima, O.: 1933-38.
  98  
Local 282, Boston, Mass. Knitgoods and Sportswear Workers Union.
Chartered 7-1-37? out of existence, 1-20-39.

  98  
Local 284, New Albany, Ind.
Chartered 4-22-37; out of existence, 6-7-39.

  98  
Local 286, Forrest City, Ark.
Chartered 5-31-37; out of existence, 9-22-38.

  98  
Local 293, Muskegon, Mich.
Chartered 12-14-37; out of existence, Oct. 1941.

  98  
Local 295, Cleveland, O. : 1937.
Correspondence with Union officers, Wm. Green on Knitgoods strike and jurisdictional controversy in knitgoods industry.

  Ill  
Local 300, Puerto Rico: May 1934-40.
Includes correspondence with Teresa Anglero, Needle Workers Union of Puerto Rico (ILGWU).

  111  
Local 305, Port Huron, Mich.: 1941-42, 1948.
  111  
Local 310, Berwick, Pa.: 1938.
Out of existence Jan. 20, 1939.

  111  
Local 311, Toronto, Canada: 1937-38.
Includes correspondence with Hyman D. Langer. Out of existence April 11, 1939.

  111  
Local 313, Brazil, Ind.: 1937-42.
Out of existence Aug. 25, 1942.

  111  
Local 314, Lacrosse, Wisc.: 1937-38.
Out of existence Nov. 18, 1940.

  111  
Local 318, Detroit, Mich: 1935-39.
includes Correspondence re American Lady Corset Co.

  Ill  
Local 322, Tupelo, Miss.: 1937-38.
Out of existence, Feb. 8, 1939.

  111  
Local 325, Huntington, W. Va.: 1937-39.
Out of existence July ?, 1939.

  111  
Local 326, Chambersburg, Pa.: 1939-40.
Out of existence Mar. 4, 1940.

  111  
Local 329 (also Local 122) , Greensboro, N.C.: 1937-38.
Includes correspondence with Dovie Atkins; out of existence Mar. 17, 1939.

  111  
Local 335, Waynesboro, Pa.: 1938.
Out of existence April 21, 1939.

  112  
Local 339, Miami, Pla.: 1948-49.
Includes correspondence with Harry Rosenoff, Samuel Macy, Feigel L. Ronson.

  112  
Local 339, Miami, Fla.: 1942-47.
Includes correspondence with Herman Fried.

  112  
Local 339, Miami, Fla.: 1941.
Correspondence on organizing and chartering local.

  112  
Local 341, San Francisco, Calif: 1938-49. Chinese Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
Includes correspondence with Jennie Matyas, re organizing Chinese workers.

  113  
Local 344, Chanute, Kansas: 1938.
Correspondence ; out of existence, Feb. 15, 1939.

  113  
Local 346, Chattanooga, Tenn: 1936-39.
Correspondence on organizing.

  113  
Local 348, St. Louis, Mo.: 1938-39.
  113  
Local 351, Louisville, O.: 1938-39.
Out of existence, Sept. 19, 1939.

  113  
Local 352, San Francisco, Calif: 1938-40.
  113  
Local 354, Alpena, Mich.: 1936-40.
Includes correspondence with Abraham Plotkin; out of existence, Sept. 2, 1941.

  113  
Local 354, Alpena, Mich: 1939-40.
Strike; includes newspaper clippings.

  113  
Local 358, Crawfordsville, Ind.: Jan-Feb. 1941.
Out of existence, July 2, 1941.

  113  
Local 364, Port Huron, Mich: 1937.
  113  
Local 376, Knoxville, Tenn: 1940-41.
includes Correspondence re Standard Knitting Mill Co.

  114  
Local 384, Los Angeles, Calif: 1941-45.
Correspondence with Louis Levy, George Wishnak, Rose Pesotta, Elias Lieberman and officers of Local 384 re Mode O'Day Corp. impending strike and agreement; internal local conflict.

  114  
Local 482, Brookhaven, Miss.: 1948.
  115  
Los Angeles Sanatorium, 1934-41.
includes list of Union members admitted and discharged by Sanatorium.

  115  
Los Angeles Sanatorium, 1937-39.
includes Correspondence re Hillquit Memorial Hospital building.

  115  
Lovestone, Jay: 1938-39.
Letters and reports.

  115  
M: 1949-51. Correspondence
  115  
M: 1941-48.
Includes correspondence with Max Meyer (Chairman), Millinery Code Authority, (Educational Chairman), Needlecraft Commission, 1934-46.

  115  
M: Apr. 1938-40.
  116  
M: Oct. 1935-Mar. 1938.
includes Correspondence on Tom Mooney Case.

  116  
M: April 1935-Aug. 1935.
includes Correspondence on Union film, "Marching On."

  116  
M: 1933-Feb. 1935.
includes Correspondence on May Day Celebration, 1933.

  116  
Management-Engineering Dept: 1940-49.
Includes correspondence with William Gomberg; reports.

  116  
Markewich and Null: 1937-40.
  117  
Mayor's Business Advisory Comm. (Fiorello H. LaGuardia, Mayor): 1943-44.
Correspondence re Government contracts, business and labor matters; comm. memoranda and reports.

  117  
Mayor's Business Advisory Committee: 1942.
  117  
Mayor's Business Advisory Committee: 1940-41.
includes letters from LaGuardia.

  117  
McGrady, Edward F., Asst. Secretary of Labor: 1931-35.
  117  
Medalie, George Z.: 1934.
  117  
Merchant's Ladies Garment Association, Inc.: 1937-40.
Includes correspondence with Joseph Dubow (Exec. Dir.) on Negotiations of Agreements.

  118  
Modigliani; Giuseppe E: Dec. 1934-Mar. 1935.
Correspondence bet. Serafino Romualdi and Union re Modigliani's lecture tour on Fascism and Labor Movement.

  118  
Mooney, Tom: 1936-39.
Includes correspondence with Tom Mooney; Defense Comm. for Tom Mooney; Union and Comm. releases.

  118  
N: 1947-51.
  119  
N: 1940-46.
  119  
N: 1934-39.
  119  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Bd: 1939-41.
  119  
Nat'l. Coat and Suit Ind. Rec. Bd.: 1938.
  120  
Nat'l. Coat and Suit Ind. Rec. Bd.: 1937.
  120  
Nat'l. Coat and Suit Ind. Rec. Bd.: 1936.
  120  
Nat'l. Coat and Suit Ind. Rec. Bd.: 1935.
  121  
Nat'l. Coat and Suit Ind. Rec. Bd: 1942-45.
Administrative Comm. Correspondence

  121  
National Committee for Labor Israel, Histadrut: 1948-51. (Prior to 1949, Nat'l. Labor Comm. for Palestine)
Includes correspondence with Joseph Schlossberg (Chairman), on committee activities and finances

  121  
Nat'l. Comm. for Labor Israel: 1938-47.
  121  
Nat'l. Comm. for Labor Israel: 1930-37.
  122  
NLRB Corres: 1937-46.
includes Special Committee of the House of Representatives to investigate the NLRB; D.D. testimony before Comm., Howard W. Smith, Chairman, 1939-40.

  122  
NLRB Cases, arranged by city, A.
Includes correspondence with Elias Lieberman; printed material; petitions; charges; decrees and decisions on Alpena Garment Co. Case, 1939.

  122  
NLRB Cases, B-C.
  122  
NLRB Cases, D-H.
  123  
NLRB Cases, I-P.
  123  
NLRB Cases, Q-Z.
  123  
NLRB Newspaper Clippings File.
includes clippings on Alpena and Donnelly Garment Co. cases.

  124  
NRA Code for the Blouse and Skirt Industry: 1933-35.
  124  
NRA, Circulars (Union).
  124  
NRA, Code for Coat and Suit Industry: Sept. 1934-35.
Includes correspondence with Nathan Wolf, George N. Alger (Director) re meetings, hearings, resolutions; minutes of Aug. 1934 hearing.

  124  
NRA, Coat and Suit Industry: Jan-Aug. 1934.
  124  
NRA, Coat and Suit Industry: Aug-Dec. 1933.
  125  
NRA, Coat and Suit Industry, Miscellaneous Reference File: 1933-34.
includes congratulatory messages on signing code; employer proposal and Hillquit brief for Union; statistical reports on industries, proposed codes and amendments; D.D. statement at code hearings July 1933: D.D. radio talk, "Workers' or Employers' Code for Garment Industry," July 1933; stenographic notes.

  126  
NRA Coordinator for Industrial Cooper­ation: 1936-37.
includes Coordinator bulletins and releases.

  126  
NRA Coordinator for Industrial Cooper­ation-: 1935.
includes Correspondence on proposed labor legislation for garment industry.

  126  
NRA Code for Corset and Brassiere Industry.
includes code.

  126  
NRA Code for Cotton Garment Industry: 1933-35.
includes hearings, transcript of public hearing, Aug. 1933; Correspondence on lowering work hours to 36.

  126  
NRA Code for Covered Button Industry: 1933.
includes codes.

  127  
NRA Code for Dress Industry: 1933-35.
Includes correspondence with Byres H. Gitchell (Director), Morris Kolchin (Secretary), Dress Code Authority; reports; proposed amendments; codes for Dress Industry, 1933.

  127  
NRA, Dress Industry.
  127  
NRA, Dress Industry: 1933.
includes drafts of code submitted by mfrs. assoc; D.D. proposed modifications; notes and Correspondence

  128  
NRA Code for Embroidery, Pleating and Stitching Industry: 1933.
  128  
NRA Code for Handkerchief Industry: 1933.
  128  
NRA Code for Infants' and Children's Wear Industry: 1933-35.
  128  
NRA Labor Bureau, Coat and Suit Industry: 1933.
Report.

  128  
NRA Labor Bureau, Coat A Suit Industry: 1934.
Report.

  128  
NRA Code for Ladies Neckwear Industry: 1933-34.
  128  
NRA Madison Square Garden Meeting: May 1935.
Demonstration for "A Greater and Stronger NRA" and for pro-labor legislation.

  128  
NRA, New York City: 1933-34.
Includes correspondence with Grover A. Whalen (Chairman), NYC-NRA Comm.; minutes of meetings of the Compliance Board, Nov. 3-7, 1933

  128  
NRA, 1934-37.
  129  
NRA Proceedings, June-Oct. 1933.
Arranged chronologically No. 1-87.

  129  
NRA, Washington: 1935-36.
Correspondence with NRA Depts; D.D. statement at public hearing on employment policy, Feb. 1935.

  130  
NRA, Washington: 1933-34.
  130  
National Youth Administration: 1940-41.
  130  
Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union: 1933-35.
Letters from Ben Gold, Louis Hyman urging unity in garment industry by proposing joint campaigns; D.D. statements.

  130  
Negro Labor Committee: 1935-38.
Includes correspondence with Frank R. Crosswaith; minutes, broadsides and releases.

  130  
New Leader: 1933-39.
  131  
New York World's Fair: 1940.
  131  
New York World's Fair: 1939.
includes Correspondence on Union apparel exhibit and purchasing of bonds.

  131  
Northeast Dept. See Joint Boards Cotton and Dress Misc. Trades Dept and Elias Reisberg.
  131  
O: 1933-45.
  131  
O'Dwyer, William: 1946-51.
includes Correspondence re Mayor's Committee Golden Anniversary.

  131  
ORT: 1939-44. (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training in Industry and Agriculture)
  131  
P: 1940-50.
  132  
P: 1933-39.
  132  
Perlmutter, Samuel: 1934-36, 1941.
  132  
Perlstein, Meyer: 1940-46.
  132  
Perlstein, Meyer: 1938-39.
  132  
Perlstein, Meyer: 1937.
  133  
Perlstein, Meyer: 1936.
  133  
Perlstein, Meyer: 1935.
  134  
Perlstein, Meyer: 1934.
  134  
Pesotta, Rose: 1938-42.
  134  
Pesotta, Rose: 1934-37.
  134  
Plettl, Martin: 1934-38. (Former President, Clothing Workers Union of Germany).
  134  
Poletti, Charles: 1946-47.
  135  
Politics, Campaign: 1951. Rudolph Halley's campaign for President of City Council, NYC.
  135  
Politics, Campaign: 1950.
Campaigns of Herbert Lehman, Walter A. Lynch, Ferdinand Pecora; Union analysis of campaigns; minutes of ILGWU Campaign Committee; includes Hubert H. Humphrey letters.

  136  
Politics, Campaign: 1950.
Campaigns of Herbert Lehman, Walter A. Lynch, Ferdinand Pecora; Union analysis of campaigns; minutes of ILGWU Campaign Committee; includes Hubert H. Humphrey letters.

  136  
Politics, Campaign: 1949.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., for Congress; William O'Dwyer, Newbold Morris for Mayor; Correspondence and statements dealing with division of opinion within Liberal Party and Union on mayoralty candidates; Harold Ickes letter re Herbert H. Lehman campaign.

  137  
Politics, Campaign: 1948.
  138  
Politics, Campaign: 1947.
includes Correspondence on Union's voter registration drive and efforts to repeal Taft-Hartley Law.

  138  
Politics, Campaign: 1946.
includes Correspondence on compaigns of James M. Mead and Herbert Lehman.

  138  
Politics, Campaign: 1945.
includes Correspondence on campaigns of Jonah J. Goldstein, Joseph D. McGoldrick and Nicholas M. Pette.

  139  
Politics, Campaign: 1944.
includes Correspondence on Presidential campaign, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S Truman letters. 1a-1c. Gen. Correspondence 1d. Correspondence on state campaigns. 1f-lg. Union-sponsored broadcasts. 1h. Printed material.

  140  
Politics, Campaign: 1943.
Includes correspondence with Trade Union Committee on Salvatore Ninfo campaign and Committee report; Correspondence on campaign of Matthew M. Levy; American Labor Party enrollment drive; newspaper clippings.

  140  
Politics, Campaign: 1942.
Correspondence with A.L.P. on NYC campaigns; D.D. speech, 1944; newspaper clippings.

  141  
Politics, Campaign: 1940.
includes Correspondence on Presidential campaign; campaigns of James M. Mead and Caroline O'Day; D.O. and Luigi Antonini speeches at A.L.P. rally, Madison Sq. Garden, Oct.; request for Roosevelt supplement of Justice; newspaper clippings.

  141  
Politics, Campaign: 1939.
includes exchange of letters from D.D., Alex Rose, Luigi Antonini with Adolph A. Berle on candidate for Brooklyn D.A.

  141  
Politics, Campaign: 1938.
Correspondence on NYC campaign; controversy with ALP on candidacy for Senator, Herbert H. Lehman vs Sidney Hillman; Norman Thomas letter praising Union and criticizing ALP policies.

  142  
Politics, Campaign: 1936.
Correspondence on Presidential campaign; Union press releases; D.D. speech at ALP rally, Nov.; Correspondence dealing with attacks on D.D. by Republican Party and John Hamilton (Republican National Chairman) calling D.D. a communist; includes editorials on issue; newspaper clippings and Union pamphlet. The Dubinsky Issue.

  142  
Politics, Americans for Democratic Action: 1949-51.
Correspondence with Francis Biddle, Hubert H. Humphrey, James Loeb, Jr., and Joseph Rauh, Jr; Union contributions to ADA; Correspondence on invitation to Adam Clayton Powell to participate in work of Legis­lative Committee for ADA Convention, 1950.

  143  
Politics, ADA: 1948.
Includes correspondence with Leon Henderson and Hubert H. Humphrey.

  143  
Politics, ADA: 1947.
Includes correspondence with Joseph P. Lash and John F.P. Tucker; minutes of Organizing Committee, Jan.

  143  
Politics, American Labor Party: 1942-44.
Correspondence on campaigns; text of new Liberal-Labor Party program by Hudson Valley District, ALP, 1944.

  144  
Politics, ALP: 1941. Correspondence on NYC elections; re-election of Fiorello H. LaGuardia; text of Wendell Willkie speech before ALP rally, Oct.
Correspondence on NYC elections; re-election of Fiorello H. LaGuardia; text of Wendell Willkie speech before ALP rally, Oct.

  144  
Politics, ALP: 1937-40.
includes Correspondence on Communist influence in 1940 elections; Alex Rose letters.

  144  
Politics, ALP: 1937-38.
Includes correspondence with Alex Rose on 1937 mayoralty campaign, NYC; list of candidates endorsed by ALP: Union contribution to Party and printed material.

  145  
Politics, ALP: Nov-Dec. 1936.
includes congratulatory message to D.D. upon re-election of Roosevelt; finances.

  145  
Politics, ALP: July-Oct. 1936.
Includes correspondence with Union officers and members, Elinore M. Herrick (State Campaign Director); Benjamin Mandel letter to State Executive Committee of ALP opposing cooperation with Communists, Aug.

  145  
Politics, ALP Labor Club: 1938-40.
includes Correspondence and minutes of meetings.

  145  
Politics, ALP, Liberal and Labor Committee: 1944.
includes statements, releases, advertisements on 1944 primary contest in ALP, includes those of Hillman and LaGuardia.

  145  
Politics, ALP, Newspaper Clippings and Releases: 1940.
includes D.D. statement on Louis Waldman for Waldman's attacks on him, Alex Rose and ALP.

  145  
Politics, ALP, Newspaper Clippings and Releases: 1938-39.
  146  
Politics, ALP, Newspaper Clippings and Releases: 1936-37.
includes constitution, rules, by-laws, bulletins and minutes of exec. comm. meetings.

  146  
Politics, Communist Party: 1944-48.
includes Correspondence on Communist activities in labor, newspaper clippings.

  146  
Politics, Communist Party: 1940-43.
includes newspaper clippings on Dies Com­mittee hearings, 1940.

  146  
Politics, Communist Party: 1937-39.
includes minutes of 10th Convention of CP, May 1938.

  147  
Politics, Farmer-Labor Party (Farmer-Labor Political Federation): 1934-39.
includes Correspondence on Union activities in Minnesota; Correspondence with Alfred M. Bingham (Exec. Secretary.); contribution by Union to Party.

  147  
Politics, Inauguration: 1949. (Harry S Truman)
  147  
Politics, Individuals: 1937-49.
Arranged alphabetically by state. Correspondence on candidates supported by Union; Correspondence with Roosevelt on Dean Alfange for U.S. attorney for the Southern District.

  147  
Politics, ILGWU: 1944-47.
includes Political Dept. reports.

  147  
Politics, Labor's League for Political Education: 1948-55.
Includes correspondence with James L. McDevitt, Joseph D. Keenan and Wm. Green on campaign activities, reports.

  148  
Politics, Labor's League for Political Education: 1948-49.
Correspondence with League on 1948 campaign; includes reports, constitution, amendments, minutes of Nov. 1948 meeting.

  148  
Politics, Labor's Non-Partisan League: 1939-41.
Correspondence and bulletins.

  148  
Politics, Labor's Non-Partisan League: 1932-38.
  149  
Politics, Labor's Non-Partisan League: 1936.
Includes correspondence with George L. Berry (Pres.) on presidential and senatorial campaigns; news releases; Berry addresses.

  149  
Politics, Liberal Party: 1949-50.
Includes correspondence with Ben Davidson (Exec. Dir.) on 1950 N.Y. State elections; Herbert Lehman, Walter A. Lynch and Ferdinand Pecora; Liberal Party memoranda and releases.

  149  
Politics, Liberal Party: 1948.
includes D.D. address at Liberal Party rally, Oct; address by Adolph A. Berle, Jr. to State Convention of ADA, April.

  149  
Politics, Liberal Party: 1947.
  150  
Politics, Liberal Party: 1945-46.
includes resignation letter from John C. Childs (Chairman), Dec. 1946.

  150  
Politics, Liberal Party: 1944.
Correspondence on formation of Party and Roosevelt re-election.

  150  
Politics, Socialist Party: 1934-40.
includes letters from Norman Thomas.

  150  
Politics, States and Canada: 1943-49.
Correspondence on campaigns in States; Correspondence with David Lewis (Nat'l. Secretary.), Cooper­ative Commonwealth Federation of Canada; arranged alphabetically by State, separate division for Canada.

  150  
Politics, States and Canada: 1942.
includes letters from Joseph E. Casey (Senator, Mass.), George W. Norris (Senator, Nebr.).

  150  
R: 1940-50.
includes Correspondence on D.D.'s crossing picket line at Waldorf-Astoria, April 1946.

  151  
R: 1933-39.
  151  
Rand School of Social Science: 1934-39.
Includes correspondence with Algernon Lee (Pres.).

  151  
Refugees, Displaced Persons: 1946-52.
Correspondence re Union efforts to bring refugees from Shanghai to U.S.; corres­pondents includes Emil Schlesinger and Harry R. Rosenfield (Commissioner, Displaced Persons Commission); James Lipsig report on bringing Polish Garment Workers to U.S., Sept. 1946; testimony before U.S. Senate Sub-Committee on Immigration on behalf of the Union by James Lipsig and report by Schlesinger on DP problem.

  151  
Refugees, Jewish Labor Committee (JLC): 1940-42.
Correspondence re activities of Union and JLC in obtaining visas for refugees; Correspondence includes Luigi Antonini, Jacob Pat (Exec. Secretary, JLC), Moses A. Leavitt (Secretary), American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, and Roy Atherton (Acting Chief), Division of European Affairs.

  151  
Refugees, National Refugee Service, Inc.: 1939-43.
Includes correspondence with William Rosenwald (Pres.); reports and summaries of Nat'l. Refugee Service meetings.

  151  
Refugees, U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children, Inc.: 1941-42, 1947.
Correspondence with Marshall Field (Pres.) re Union contributions in behalf of refugees.

  152  
Reisberg, Elias: 1940-45.
includes letters of condolence on his death, Aug. 1943; also Correspondence re dedication of the S.S. Elias Reisberg, 1945.

  152  
Reisberg, Elias: 1938.
Includes correspondence with Reisberg on Union activities in Mass., Pa., and R.I.

  152  
Reisberg, Elias: 1937.
  152  
Reisberg, Elias: 1934-36.
Includes correspondence with Sam Otto on Union activities in Pa.

  152  
Relief Fund (ILGWU War Relief Fund): 1946.
Correspondence re collections by Union affiliates.

  153  
Relief Fund (ILGWU War Relief Fund): 1946.
Correspondence re collections by Union affiliates.

  153  
Relief Fund (ILGWU War Relief Fund): 1945.
Collections.

  153  
Requests: A.
includes American Cancer Society, American League for Relief of Jews in Poland, American League for Peace and Democracy, American Red Cross, American Youth Congress; Includes correspondence with Eleanor Roosevelt on AYC, 1940.

  154  
Requests: A.
includes American Cancer Society, American League for Relief of Jews in Poland, American League for Peace and Democracy, American Red Cross, American Youth Congress; Includes correspondence with Eleanor Roosevelt on AYC, 1940.

  154  
Requests: B.
includes Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities.

  154  
Requests: C.
includes The Churchman, Correspondence with Harold L. Ickes re Churchman Award Dinner, 1949; Commentary. Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa, 1935-37.

  155  
Requests: C.
includes The Churchman, Correspondence with Harold L. Ickes re Churchman Award Dinner, 1949; Commentary. Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa, 1935-37.

  155  
Requests: D-E .
  155  
Requests: F.
includes Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies and their affiliates; Vincento Ferrero deportation case, 1937-38; Freedom House, Inc. (Wilkie Memorial Bldg.).

  155  
Requests: G.
  156  
Requests: G. Greater N.Y. Fund, Inc., 1938 campaign.
includes Greater N.Y. Fund cases arranged alphabetically by surname, 1938-44.

  156  
Requests: H.
  156  
Requests: I.
  156  
Requests: J.
includes Jewish Peoples Comm., 1937-42.

  156  
Requests: K.
includes Keep America Out of War Congress, 1938-39; Kentucky Miners Defense, 1937.

  156  
Requests: L.
  157  
Requests: M.
  157  
Requests: N.
includes Nat'l. Assoc. for the Advancement of Colored People; Nat'1. Urban League ; Negro Labor Committee; Correspondence with Frank Cross-waith (Chairman); Neue Volkszeitunq; New School for Social Research; New York University, College of Medicine.

  158  
Requests: O.
includes Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training (ORT).

  158  
Requests: P.
includes Pioneer Youth of America; Correspondence on project for a camp under the auspices of the Union, 1936.

  158  
Requests: Q-R.
includes Relief Society for Socialist Prisoners and Exiles in Soviet Russia, 1934-40.

  158  
Requests: S.
includes Southern Conf. for Human Welfare, 1938-39.

  158  
Requests: S. Sanatoriums.
  159  
Requests: T.
Includes correspondence with or about Terzani Defense Comm; includes letters from Norman Thomas (Chairman), 1933-34; Carlo Tresca case, 1944-47.

  159  
Requests: U-V.
  159  
Requests: W.
includes Workers Alliance of America, 1935-39. Workers Defense League, 1937-47.

  159  
Requests: Y-Z.
  159  
Requests for Union agreements.
  160  
Requests: Special Cases: 1937-51.
Individuals requesting financial assistance or Union positions; Correspondence with institutions to help individuals remain in U.S. NOTE: Most of the Correspondence deals with individuals whose surnames begin with G or H.

  160  
Research Dept.: 1945-51.
Reports and related Correspondence on the garment industry; includes statement by Lazare Teper on monopoly power before the Judiciary Comm., House of Rep., July 1949; letters from Broadus Mitchell and Elias Lieberman on status of Mennonites in Union shops and Union proposal, 1945.

  161  
Rivera Murals. 1940-43, 1951.
Correspondence and pamphlet on murals.

  161  
Roewer, George: 1931-39.
Correspondence legal matters.

  161  
Romualdi, Serafino. 1937-53.
includes Correspondence and reports on trade unions in Latin America.

  161  
Roosevelt, Franklin D.: 1930-50.
includes Correspondence with organizations on FDR memorials; two invitations to White House, Feb. 1942 and Mar. 1943.

  161  
FDR Birthday Balls, 1939-50.
Union participation in fund drive for Nat'l. Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; includes 1. from FDR on Union support of drive in 1944.

  161  
FDR Birthday Ball, Jan. 1938. Correspondence on D.D.'s acceptance of member­ship on Nat'l. Labor Comm. for the President's Birthday Celebration.
Correspondence on D.D.'s acceptance of member­ship on Nat'l. Labor Comm. for the President's Birthday Celebration.

  161  
FDR, Bust. Presented by Union to FDR Library at Hyde Park, Jan. 20, 1947.
includes dedication statement by D.D.

  162  
Roosevelt House, N.Y.
  162  
FDR, Third Term: 1940.
Correspondence re Union support of FDR's third term.

  162  
Rosenwald Fund: 1929-35.
Correspondence re finances; correspondents includes Benjamin Schlesinger, Morris Hillquit and N.W. Levin, representative of Julius Rosenwald estate.

  162  
S: July 1949-51.
includes biographical sketch of D.D. by Waclaw Solski, 1949.

  162  
S: 1947- June 1949.
  162  
S: 1945-46.
  162  
S: 1943-44.
includes Correspondence , criticism by Joseph Breslaw and Charles Zimmerman re Benjamin Stolberg's book, Tailor's Progress, 1944.

  163  
S: 1939-42.
  163  
S: 1936-38.
  163  
S: 1933-35.
  163  
Schlesinger, Emil: 1932-49.
Correspondence on cases, reports and reprints of articles.

  163  
Sigman, Morris: 1944.
Correspondence on repayment of his loan made in 1928.

  163  
Sissman and Sissman: 1933-40.
Correspondence legal matters.

  164  
Southeast Dept.; 1942-46.
Correspondence with John Martin.

  164  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: Jan-June 1937.
Correspondence on Union activities in raising funds during Spanish Civil War in con­junction with International Federation of Trade Unions; Correspondence and financial requests from the North American Comm. to Aid Spanish Democracy.

  164  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: Aug-Dec. 1936.
  165  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: Jan-May 1937.
Receipts; list of collections.

  165  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: Oct-Dec. 1936.
Receipts.

  165  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: Sept. 1936.
Receipts.

  165  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: Aug. 1936.
Receipts.

  166  
Spain, Labor's Red Cross for Spain: 1936.
Releases.

  166  
Spain, Trade Union Relief for Spain: 1939-43.
Includes correspondence with organizations, financial matters.

  166  
Spain, Trade Union Relief for Spain: 1937-38.
  166  
Spain, Trade Union Relief for Spain: Jan-Sept. 1939.
Receipts.

  166  
Spain, Trade Union Relief for Spain: June-Dec. 1938.
Receipts.

  167  
Spain, Trade Union Relief for Spain: Jan-May 1938.
Receipts.

  167  
Spain, Trade Union Relief for Spain: June-Dec. 1937.
Receipts.

  167  
Starr, Mark (Educational Director): 1943.
Correspondence and report re Bd. of Ed.'s rejection of Starr's nomination as Adult Education Director of NYC.

  167  
Stolberg, Benjamin.
Thank-you letters for sending book, Tailor's Progress, arranged by corres­pondent .

  168  
T: 1933-50.
Includes correspondence with Norman Thomas (8 letters) on a variety of issues.

  168  
Telegrams: 1932-46.
Outgoing; congratulatory messages and condolences.

  168  
Telegrams. Misc.
  169  
Textile Workers' Organizing Comm.: 1937-39.
includes agreement bet. Union and T.W.O.C. re jurisdictional dispute in knitted outer­wear and knitted underwear industries; Correspondence re Munsingwear plant organizing activities and jurisdictional disputes; Correspondence re knit goods industry.

  169  
Textile Workers' Organizing Comm., May-Sept. 1937.
Clippings and releases.

  169  
Trade Union Relief for Spain. See Spain.
  169  
U: 1936-45.
  169  
Union Health Center, 1947-49.
includes minutes; statement by D.D. at Union Health Center building opening, Feb. 19, 1949.

  169  
Union Health Center, 1940-46.
includes reports from Leo Price (Director).

  169  
Union Health Center, 1930-39.
Includes correspondence with Pauline Newman, Max Price and George M. Price.

  170  
Union of Needle Trade Workers of Poland, 1930-34.
Includes correspondence with organizations in Poland; Clothing Workers Union, relief committees, newspaper of the Jewish Labor Bund and Correspondence with Union officers on assisting these organizations.

  170  
United Association of Dress Manu­facturers, Inc.; 1930-40.
Correspondence with Assoc. on problems in dress industry, modifications of agreements; agreements.

  170  
United Garment Workers of America; 1933-39.
Correspondence with Thomas A. Rickett (Pres.).

  170  
United Mine Workers of America; 1936-41.
Correspondence with John L. Lewis (Pres.); news­paper clippings re UMW convention, 1938 and communists in UMW.

  170  
United Mine Workers of America; 1934-35.
includes Correspondence on strike activities of UMW; settlement of debt by UMW to Union.

  170  
United Nations: 1946-48.
includes Correspondence re overseas aid; also with Wm. Green on D.D.'s work as AFL con­sultant to UN Social and Economic Council, 1947.

  170  
United Office and Professional Workers of America: 1938-39.
Correspondence , Union releases and newspaper clippings on transfer of members of Local 16 U.O.P.W.A. from CIO to AFL.

  170  
United Textile Workers of America: 1935-41.
Includes correspondence with Thomas F. McMahon, on organizing activities and strikes in textile industry.

  171  
Unity House: 1929-49.
includes newsletters and minutes of GEB Comm.

  171  
Upper South Dept. See Maryland-Virginia District.
  171  
V: 1938-49.
includes Correspondence re death of B. Charney Vladeck; memorial, 1938-40.

  171  
W-Wh: 1940-46.
  171  
W-Wh: 1938-39.
  171  
Wi: 1947-51.
Includes correspondence with George Wishnak.

  171  
Wi: 1938-46.
  171  
Wander, Harry: 1930-51.
  171  
WEVD: 1930-51.
includes Chas. Zimmerman address on San Francisco strike, Aug. 1934.

  172  
WFDR: 1947-50
includes congratulatory messages upon opening of WFDR Station, 1949.

  172  
"With These Hands." See ILGWU Films.
  172  
Women's Trade Union League, N.Y.: 1931-51.
Includes correspondence with Rose Schneiderman (Pres.).

  172  
Women's Trade Union League: 1933-51. Chicago and Washington.
  172  
Workers Education Bureau of America: 1935-50.
includes minutes of final meeting. Sept. 1950, when AFL incorporated Bureau as Dept. of Education.

  172  
Workmen's Circle; 1938-49.
  172  
Works Progress Administration: 1939-41.
Correspondence re sewing project to relieve unemployment in NYC.

  173  
Works Progress Admin.: June 1936-38.
  173  
Works Progress Admin.: 1939.
Telegrams by local unions to Washington in support of WPA appropriation.

  173  
World Federation of Trade Unions; 1945-49.
includes Correspondence on withdrawal of CIO from W.F.T.U., 1949; article by D.D. re the international labor movement in Foreign Affairs, Jan. 1949.

  173  
WW II: American Labor Conference on International Affairs (D.D., V.Ch.), 1945-47.
Includes correspondence with Varian Fry (Exec. Dir.).

  173  
WW II: American Labor Conf. on Int'l. Affairs, May 1942-44.
includes draft of principles, May 1942.

  174  
WW II: American Labor Conf. on Int'l. Affairs, 1943-44.
Reports.

  174  
WW II: Anti-Nazi. See Anti-Nazi.
  174  
WW II: British War Relief Society, 1940-46.
Correspondence re Merchant Navy Club in London, established with Union help; D.D. address at Club opening, 1942; Correspondence with additional British organi­zations, 1941-42.

  174  
WW II: Citizens for Victory, 1940-43. Committee to Defend America, prior to 1942.
Correspondence on labor's efforts in supporting Committee activities and war effort.

  174  
WW II: Government Contracts, 1940-43.
Correspondence pertaining to alleged discrim­ination against ladies' garment firms in government contract awards.

  175  
WW II: Government Contracts, 1942-43.
includes Correspondence on government contracts with ladies' garment firms for women's uniforms.

  175  
WW II: ILGWU Bond Drive, 1942-43.
  175  
WW II: ILGWU Bond Drive, 1942.
Officers; purchases of bonds.

  175  
WW II: "More Than Charity." Request for Union leaflet.
  175  
WW II: National War Fund, Inc., 1943-47.
Correspondence on Union contributions, financial statements.

  175  
WW II: Post-War Planning, 1943-47.
Includes correspondence with organizations and individuals re post-war problems of labor and industry; reports by Boris Nicolaevski on the underground movement in Europe, 1943 and by Joseph Shaplen on underground organizations in France, 1943.

  176  
WW II: Post-War Planning, AFL Post-War Planning Committee, 1942-47.
includes D.D. address at AFL Post-War Forum, May 1944; minutes of Committee meetings, Feb. -Mar. 1943.

  176  
WW II: Post-War Planning, AFL Post-War Planning Committee, 1944.
  176  
WW II: Post-War Planning, State Department Program, 1943.
includes reports on reorganization and expansion of Dept. of Labor; reports on reorganization of post-war economy by Matthew Woll (Chairman), Post-War Planning Comm. of AFL.

  176  
WW II: Post-War Planning, State Department, 1943. Special Committee on Labor Standards and Social Security.
  176  
WW II: Replies from members in armed forces, 1942-45.
For gifts and Union literature.

  177  
WW II: Treasury Dept., 1943-48.
Correspondence re payroll savings plans and War Loan Drive.

  177  
WW II: United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1944.
  177  
WW II: U.S. Defense Bonds, 1942.
Drive by Union for members to invest in Defense Stamps and Bonds; arranged alphabetically by city, A-H.

  177  
WW II: U.S. Defense Bonds. I-N.
  177  
WW II: U.S. Defense Bonds, 1941. P-Z and E.O.T.
  177  
WW II: U.S. Defense Bonds Drive, 1942.
Correspondence and reports.

  178  
WW II: U.S. Defense Bonds Drive, 1942-44.
Correspondence and reports of Treasury Dept.

  178  
WW II: U.S. Defense Bonds, Posters, 1942.
Requests for bond posters, arranged by city.

  178  
WW II: War Bonds, 1943-44.
Purchases by locals and members.

  178  
WW II: War Labor Board, 1943-45.
Correspondence with Union officers and Board on disputes bet. Union and firms; cases arranged by city.

  178  
WW II: War Production Board, 1942-45.
  179  
WW II: War Relief Allocations, 1943-44.
Correspondence ; form letters to locals re contributions to American Red Cross and National War Fund.

  179  
WW II: War Relief Drive, 1943.
Correspondence on payroll deduction for con­tributions from Union officers.

  179  
WW II: War Relief Drive, 1943.
Replies from locals re contributions to war effort, arranged by city, A-L.

  179  
WW II: War Relief Drive, 1943.
Replies, N-Z.

  179  
WW II: War Relief Drive, 1943.
Requests for cards certifying day's work contribution.

  180  
WW II: War Relief Fund, 1943.
Requests from organizations for relief funds; lists of contributions made by local unions.

  180  
WW II: War Relief Fund.
Orders for cards and stamps.

  180  
WW II: War Victims Aid Fund (ILGWU), 1941-42. (for victims of Nazi-Fascism) Arranged alphabetically by city.
  181-199  
No records.