0001. Fair Employment Practices Commission (September 11-30, 1943). 336 pages. (1)
Major Topics: Discrimination against Negroes by the railroad industry and unions; seniority lists for dining car employees; Fair Employment Practices Commission hearings, findings, and directives on discrimination complaints against the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, the Southern Railway Company, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, New York Central Railroad, the Norfolk Southern Railway Company, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, the Jacksonville Terminal
Company, the Georgia Railroad, the Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad, the Norfolk and Western Railway Company, the Central of Georgia Railway Company, the Southeastern Carriers' Conference, the Illinois Central Railroad System, the Union Pacific Railroad,
the Chicago and North Western Railway Company, the Atlantic Coast Line Company, the Seaboard Airline Railway Company, the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railway Company, and the Southern Railway Company; National Mediation Board agreement between the
Southern Carriers' Conference Committee and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers; minutes of Fair Employment Practices Commission meetings; description of functions of Fair Employment Practices Commission personnel; Fair Employment
Practices Commission rules and regulations; Fair Employment Practices Commission hearings in Dow Chemical Company case.
0629. Fair Employment Practices Commission (1943). 303 pages. (3)
Major Topics: Notes relating to Fair Employment Practices Commission cases; National Mediation Board agreement between the Southeastern Carriers' Conference Committee and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen; mediation agreements
between the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen and the Illinois Central Railroad Company and the Gulf, Mobile, and Northern Railroad Company; summaries of discrimination complaints against railroad companies; executive order relating to
discrimination by companies or agencies engaged in the fulfillment of war production contracts; Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company case; appointment of Monsignor Francis J. Haas as Fair Employment Practices Commission chairman; Milton Webster's address at
the American Federation of Labor Post War Forum; operating relationship between the War Manpower Commission and Fair Employment Practices Commission; digest of Fair Employment Practices Commission railroad hearings; complaints regarding discrimination
in the national defense program and in federal government departments and agencies.