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Series IV. Chronological correspondence [series]:
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Mazur Correspondence, received March 4-March 31
Memo to Mazur recommending improvements for Union Health Center, March 6, 1986; draft report to Mayor Koch for plan to preserve industrial space, March 6; memos re funds due from regional offices, March 14-18; map of Pennsylvania

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Mazur Correspondence, April 1-April 28
Press release, statement by NY Gov. Cuomo on the 75th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, March 25; memo to Mazur re possible dues increase, April 9; draft introduction and section on Chaikin presidency for inclusion in the General Executive Board report to the 39th ILGWU convention, written by Gus Tyler, with cover memo to Mazur, April 14; letter from Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Mediation, asking Mazur's opinion of Rose F. Jacobs for inclusion on list of arbitrators, April 23; letter from architects Anschuetz, Christidis & Lauster giving cost estimates for renovation of suite at 275 Seventh Ave., March 25

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Mazur Correspondence, received May 5-May 30
Letter from National Consumers League, outlining agenda of issues, signed by labor advisory committee consisting of heads of five unions, April 28; letter re unfair labor practice strike against Chicago-based Sewing Unlimited Corp., Korean-owned contractor, outlining chronology of events, strike expense report, requesting strike benefit payment, May 1; letter to Chaikin from United Furniture Workers of America, requesting copy of contract with Kolcraft Product Company, May 12; letter from Chaikin to National Council of Senior Citizens re campaign to regulate apparel and textile imports, May 13; letter from League for Industrial Democracy re program to defend labor movement among American intellectuals and political leaders, with attached minutes of April 17 executive committee meeting, May 20; letter from Western Pennsylvania Region director to Kingston Knitwear Co. president re postal sweaters being made in nonunion shops, May 22

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Mazur Correspondence, received June 3-June 30
Letter from NY Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council soliciting donations for upcoming march and rally, May 29; report by National Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Forum, "Immigration Reform: A Pro-Con Analysis of Pending Proposals to Significantly Expand Temporary Foreign Agricultural Worker Programs," May 1986; notice of annual meeting of the Garment Industry Development Corporation (GIDC), June 6; letter from Committee to Legislate Ethical Action Now (CLEAN) re campaign to amend the NYC charter to limit campaign contributions to $1,000 every two years, June 6; letter to Mazur from consumer who wrote a letter to the editor blaming quality of American- made garments on domestic industry's decline, June 18; memo re APCO bill, June 30

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Mazur Correspondence, received July 2-July 30
Letter re successful strike against Jason Tynan Co., June 27; memos to Chaikin re Calvin Klein and Russ Togs master agreements, October 24; production analysis for Izod, August 22; list of warehouse locations for Zayre Corp., February 14; affidavits from employees re attempts to induce them to "get out of the union" at Hygiene Industries, July 2; outstanding import bills for manufacturers; notice to Chaikin from U.S. Department of Labor re contesting by Mattoon Garment Company (Illinois) of citations and penalties by department, asking Chaikin if he wanted participate in OSHA hearing, June 26; memo to Chaikin re Leslie Fay, with summary of meeting re use of subcontractors, September 26; letter from World ORT Union director general Joseph Harmatz, reporting on South American trip, June 20; letter from Free Trade Union Institute with attached correspondence and newspaper clippings; letter from Seafarers International Union of North America, with attached correspondence re merging all maritime unions and suggestions as to plan, May 28; statement by Mazur opposing new apparel and textile trade agreement with Hong Kong, July 1, with attached newspaper clippings; text of speech by Gus Tyler to Council of Senior Citizens, "A Tale of Two Depressions," re global economy, July 14; letter re national retirement benefit for ILGWU member Louise Di Chiara, July 16; text of speech by Secretary of Labor William E. Brock at Cornell ILR School, calling on nation's business schools to include labor-management relations in core curriculum, as press release by Department of Labor, May 2; UAW press release re trade legislation, July 22; recommendations of draft report by Economic Policy Council re newly industrializing countries, July 23; International Rescue Committee annual report 1985

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Mazur Correspondence, received August 1-August 7
List and descriptions of companies to boycott, by AFL-CIO Union Label & Service Trades Dept.; letters of invitation, complaints

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Mazur Correspondence, received August 8-August 13
Determination by U.S. Dept. of Labor re ILGWU election complaint; 1986 Labor Day statement by Howard Samuel, president AFL-CIO Industrial Union Dept.; letter from Ernest Lieberman soliciting endorsement for new book, with attached letters from union leaders, August 11; memo re contractors registration bill, August 12; confidential profile of lobbying group Consumers for World Trade, funded by major multinational corporations and assembled by Republican-connected PR firms, with cover letter from AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department to staff director of congressional Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, August 8; letter to Mazur from chairman of Honey Fashions, asking for help in finding a shipping facility to allow firm to stay in NYC rather than relocate to New Jersey or Long Island, August 12; letter to Mazur from mayor's office re efforts to help firm find suitable facilities, October 3

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Mazur Correspondence, received August 18-August 22
Memo to Mazur from Southeast Region director Nick Bonnano re history of Local 3, Independent Hotel Resort Service Union in Miami, August 13; letter from Committee on Political Education (COPE), AFL-CIO, re campaign skills training seminar, August 13; summary from NYS AFL-CIO of 1986 legislative session; press release from U.S. Department of Justice re consent decree requiring State of Michigan to improve care of mental patients at Northville and Ypsilanti Regional Hospitals, establishing minimum staff-to-patient ratios, adequate food, other measures, August 7; OSHA citation against Joseph & Feiss Company (Utica, NY); memo from AFL-CIO Industrial Union Dept. soliciting nominations for annual Labor Day Dishonor Roll, August 12; letter re new "Peace on Earth '86" project by Peace Links, described as mainstream association of women, including wives of congressional and gubernatorial officials, concerned about nuclear war, August 13; memo from manager of International Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union re proposal to change Local 10's co-insurance requirement, August 12; invitation to conference by National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans

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Mazur Correspondence, received August 25-September 2
Letter from AFL-CIO requesting contract provisions that deal with alcohol or drug testing, for the purpose of resisting mandatory testing of government employees, August 25; letter from Access-Ability Celebration Committee of the National Park Service and the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, re event showcasing recent handicapped-accessibility modifications to Statue of Liberty, August 25; unsigned letter to Mazur criticizing Local 23-25 officer Harris Zinn, August 29; invitations to other events

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Mazur Correspondence, received September 2-September 29
Invitations to political and other receptions, thanks for contributions; transcript of commentary by Michael Harrington (Institute for Democratic Socialism) on National Public Radio, "Social Benefits and the U.S. Worker," August 27; letter to Mazur from member who quit job at Smoler Brothers (Herrin, PA), criticizing union for failing to represent her, August 26; notification of settlement of claim against Phillips Center for Public Research and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 588, September 3; sales solicitation from Dentcare Delivery Systems, Inc. (Uniondale, NY), September 8; letters from members responding to solicitation for political campaign fund

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Mazur Correspondence, received October 1-October 3
Letters from members responding to solicitation for political campaign fund; original appeal from Mazur in English and Spanish, August 18; description by Political Department re fundraising campaign, September 27; schedule of contributions from affiliates to ILGWU Campaign Committee, 1984 and 1985-86; letters in response to members who expressed complaints, requests, etc.; ILGWU financial statement by Lehman Management Co., August 29; letter to Mazur from manager of Philadelphia-South Jersey District Council re personnel matter with a Credit Union employee who filed a grievance with Office Workers' Union, September 29; letter from director of New Jersey Region re non-union Alpine Fashions (North Bergen, NJ), working for union jobber Jennifer Dale (Local 62-32), asking for help, September 26; minutes of meeting of NAACP Special Contribution Fund Board of Trustees, September 25; letter from Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in the U.S.A. noting dismissals at Iranian factories, workers as victims of repressive Khomeini regime, September 29; invitations to dinners, events

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Mazur Correspondence, received October 6-October 10
Letters from members re grievances; requests for donations; invitations to events; contributions to ILGWU Campaign Committee; letter from the U.S. Dept. of Labor, introducing the Women's Bureau, October 6; description of US Advantage, a rewards program to encourage Americans to purchase American-made goods, proposing meeting with Chaikin, October 2; description of complaint against Matsil Bros. (NY), September 29; letter to Mazur re affiliates' pocketing contributions to ILGWU Campaign Committee, need to remind directors to forward contributions to national office, October 7; letter from NY Committee for Occupational Safety and Health encouraging advocating for strong asbestos safety program, with attached letter to NYC major Ed Koch, October 6; letters from Mattie Jackson, manager, Pacific Northwest District Council, proposing staff assistance with organizing activities, October 3 and 6; other recommendations by Midwest and Western States regional directors re staff hiring and salary increases; minutes of special meeting of Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union Local 10, in which it was decided to increase dues and remain independent, October 6; statement by National Farmers Union in support of Save the Family Farm Act of 1986, October 7

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Mazur Correspondence, received October 13-October 16
Letters from members responding to solicitation for political campaign fund; letters from members with specific or general complaints; meeting notices, event invitations; report of activities of the Department International Relations, submitted to the General Executive Board, October 1986; report by New York State District to GEB, October 15; Socialist International press release re mission to Chile, October 17; newspaper clippings re Sheet Metal Workers and plans to build a Toyota plant with non-union workers, with cover letter, October 14; letter from Youth Institute for Peace in the Middle East, expressing concern over negative publicity about Israel, plans to increase campus media campaign; memo to ILGWU exec vp Wilbur Daniels from archives department, internal issue re Triangle Fire exhibit, October 15; financial statement and memo re fundraising events for Statue of Liberty Campaign, October 14; letter from student researcher inquiring about ILGWU's contract provisions for job protection and advancement that take into account women's roles as mothers (seniority, sick leave, etc), October 13; letter to Mazur from Bruce Miller (Miller, Cohen, Martens & Ice, attorneys), suggesting spin-off organization that could legally organize secondary boycotts for labor unions, October 9; press releases from Second World Press (information network on the Soviet Union) re dissidents; letter from Wisconsin Elections Board re changes to state campaign finance law

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Mazur Correspondence, received October 20-October 24
Letters from members responding to solicitation for political campaign fund; schedule of contributions from affiliates to Campaign Committee; letters from Ohio, South Jersey District Council and Philadelphia, South Jersey District Council members objecting to anonymous letter against Errico Guerino, October 15; invitations to events; letter from NYS Division of Human Rights re segregation across communities in state, fair housing hearing, October 16; confidential memo to Social Democrats USA National Action Committee re Socialist International Latin America Committee meeting in Panama City, October 14, with cover letter to Mazur; letter to Mazur from Advocates for Children, asking him to serve on panel for hearing on status of immigrant children in public schools; chart of population and personal income, by state, from AFL-CIO Organization and Field Services, October 20; OSHA citations against Downing Garment (Plymouth, PA), October 15; solicitation for review of book, Millennium Management, by author William Lareau, Ph.D., October 19; letters from New York Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council re visit of president of African National Congress; letter to Mazur from Bilt-Rite Sportswear (Bronx, NY) re need to establish relationship with another jobber, describing production capability, October 10; press release from Fairfield County (CT) 2000 inviting media to attend task force meetings, October 24; ILGWU Research Dept. Cost of Living bulletin, Consumer Price Index for Wage Earners and Clerical Workers, changes to September 1986; job application

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Mazur Correspondence, received October 27-October 31
Letters from members responding to solicitation for political campaign fund; invitations to events; job application; solicitations and thanks for financial support; letter to Mazur from Western Pennsylvania District Council describing dispute with member alleging failure to represent, with attached contract with Bestform Foundations of Pennsylvania, October 22; appeal for help from employees of Devon Knitting Mill (Philadelphia), about to close, October 27; other letters from unhappy members; letter from Social Democrats USA re Mazur's receiving Eugene V. Debs Award, October 23; John Herling's Labor Letter for week of October 18; letter to ILGWU from Rio Blouse (NY, NY) describing dire operating losses, need for labor cost savings, October 17; letter to ILGWU Local 23-25 noting check from Liz Claiborne, Inc., for liquidated damages, October 24; press release from American Jewish Congress urging severing diplomatic ties with Syria, October 27

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Mazur Correspondence, received November3-November7
Invitations to events; letter from members of the Philadelphia-South Jersey District Council disavowing letter sent by anonymous office workers, October 29; letters of complaint from members re loss of holiday pay after Annette Fashions (Jeannette, PA) went out of business; schedule of contributions from affiliates to Campaign Committee; copies of checks for campaign from New England region; ILGWU list of Salvadorian Earthquake Relief Fund Allocation by region, November 3; mailgram to Mazur from Teamsters asking to withdraw organizing efforts of employees at Bookcovers of Newark, NJ, represented by Teamsters Local 917, November 3; John Herling's Labor Letter for week of October 25; letter from Midtown South Preservation and Development Committee re problem of homeless families in neighborhood, noting lawsuit against NYC agencies, October 24; memo from manager of Locals 415-475 advising that he was abandoning organizing campaign for General Plastic (FL), November 7

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Mazur Correspondence, received November 12-November 14
Invitations to events; solicitations for contributions; letters and copies of checks for Campaign Committee; memos to regional directors re "unrelenting decline in the financial situation" of the ILGWU, requesting plans for cutbacks, November 12; letter from officers of Local 111, Allentown, PA, re problems with manager Ike Gordon, November 6; letter from employees of Ven-Mar (Clifton Heights, PA, Local 15), complaining of not receiving holiday pay, November 6; similar letter from member formerly employed at defunct Annette Fashions (Jeannette, PA), November 11; similar letter from former employee of defunct Westland Manufacturing (Jeannette, PA), November 14; letter from the Legal Center, Bennington, VT, representing member trying to collect disability benefits, November 10; U.S. Department of Justice press release re DOJ suits against two North Dakota banks charging discrimination against Indians because they live on reservations, November 6; press release from Corporation for Enterprise Development re report criticizing Grant Thornton survey of state business climate, noting that most Third World countries would rank higher than states by survey criteria, November 10; memo to Mazur suggesting that college student newspapers be added to mailing list, November 10; activity report of Joint Council on Economic Education; memo from ILGWU general counsel Max Zimny re conviction of David Ganz, president of Local 17-18, for embezzlement of union funds, November 12; invoices/financial statements; requests for staff salary increases

  25  
Mazur Correspondence, received November 17-November 20
Complaints from members re nonpayment of holiday vacation pay (Somerset Manufacturing, Somerset, PA; Faymore Manufacturing, Confluence, PA); schedule of contributions from affiliates and retired members to political Campaign Committee; invitations to other events; requests for contributions; letter re AFL-CIO Union Privilege Legal Services Program, November 13; agenda for International Labor Solidarity conference, with cover letter to ILGWU research director Herman Starobin, November 12; background from Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City re pension campaign history, November 5; memo to Mazur re logistics of holding a reception for legislators in Albany, November 17; letter to Irwin Solomon, copied to Mazur by Solomon, from the officers of Local 111, Allentown, PA, urging that assistant manager Cavalieri be made manager, November 6; draft letter from Mazur supporting Salvatore Giardina for vice president of New Jersey AFL-CIO; John Herling's Labor Letter for week of November 8; copy of signatures of employees of Brockton Coat, Inc. (MA) re tentative agreement between New England Macintosh and Local 242 ILGWU, November 17; letter from member whose employment at ILGWU office in Easton, PA, and health insurance was set to expire one week before due date of baby, November 14; letter to Mazur from National Association of Blouse Manufacturers, with attached list of non-union firms copying designs, selling at lower prices to customers, November 11; reply from vp Edgar Romney, manager-secretary of Local 23-25, November 21; letter to ILGWU vice presidents re establishing affiliated working centers in communities with large immigrant and other target populations for organizing drives, November 17; Department of Justice press releases re civil suits against NYC Board of Elections to extend time for receipt of absentee ballots, against Texas district judge for sexual harassment, installation of federal polling monitors in Yazoo County, Mississippi, other issues, November 7-17; summary of meeting of Labor Committee of the Martin Luther King Federal Holiday Commission, November 17; letters from New York Statue of Liberty Centennial Commission; memo to governing members (including Chaikin) of Committee on Developing American Capitalism from interim chairman asking to identify top three policy issues, November 17; letter from the Kamber Group offering to do public relations for the union, November 20; critique by Michael Sheehan Associates of Mazur's CNN interview, with transcript

  25  
Mazur Correspondence, received November 24-November 28
Invitations to events; minutes of NYC Refugee Employment Project advisory board, November 13; letter from member responding to solicitation for political Campaign Committee fund; letter from Central States Region with copy of check for Campaign Committee; letter from NYC Board of Education appointing Mazur trustee of Fashion Institute of Technology, November 20; letter confirming bills paid by IZOD for non-union contracting, November 25; similar list for Dary Sue Fashions and affiliates; letter to Mazur from district manager of Western Pennsylvania District Council Locals 424-445 re anonymous letter sent to Mazur complaining about business agent, describing corrective action, November 25; draft of staff benefits manual

  25  
Mazur Correspondence, received December 1-December 9
Correspondence between officers of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local P-9 re dispute over Austin Labor Center board, November 17-13, copied to FL-CIO Executive Council; letter to Mazur from KD Equities re postponement of proposed offering amid climate of scandal re arbitrage, November 28; letter to Mazur from International Woodworkers of America, requesting contribution to strike fund, December 5

  25  
Mazur Correspondence, received December 15-December 19
Letter to OPEIU re ILGWU office personnel matter (intent to discharge); correspondence between NY Governor Mario Cuomo's office and Harold Shames re appearance of governor in Members Only advertisement, question of company's import policy, December 12; memo to Mazur from Personal, a division of Leslie Fay, re number of new union jobs added in 1986 over 1985, December 15; request for contribution from the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund, December 15; letter to Mazur from Seymour Posner, seeking support for appointment as chairman of the NYS Workers' Compensation Board, with attached resume, December 15; letter from member in Brooklyn, NY, re problem receiving wages

  25  
Mazur Correspondence, received December 22-December 26
Requests for contributions; invitations to events; memo from ILGWU legislative department director Evelyn Dubrow with summary of U.S. House trade bill, December 16; political campaign reporting forms from various states; thanks from member for assistance in obtaining vacation checks from employer, Jeanette, PA; letter from member in North Carolina, re articles by industry executives printed in John Birch Society-affiliated newspaper, Gastonia Gazette, December 15; correspondence re Willow Glen Sportswear (Amsterdam, NY) unfair labor practice situation with Baron-Abramson, Inc., December 19; letter from People for the American Way, noting popularity of Pat Robertson, increase in religious extremism among candidates, some claiming divine right, December 17; anonymous letter alleging contracting problem with Baronesse, 1407 Broadway, NY, operating a sewing facility in Hialeah, FL, December 22; memo re staff salary increases; memo to Mazur from Local 23-25 Health and Welfare Funds associate director re name change of firm Trebor to Spanro, sales allowance, Crazy Horse case, December 23; letter from AFSCME executive director Victor Gotbaum re NYC Central Labor Council election, December 23; decision by New Jersey Board of Review that strike or work stoppage over failure to make payment to benefit fund for financial reasons does not disqualify strikers for unemployment insurance, with cover letter by ILGWU general counsel Max Zimny, December 24; letters and copies of checks from district councils for Campaign Committee fund; letter to Mazur re his renomination to serve on American ORT Federation, December 23

  25  
Mazur Correspondence, received December 29-December 31
Invitations to events; request for endorsement and contribution for conference from Democratic Alternatives, a liberal-labor coalition within the Democratic party, December 23; other solicitations for contributions; letters from members re wages not paid; letter from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland to presidents of Bricklayers and Tile, Marble, Terrazzo Finishers, re Dick Tile and Marble case, referral to impartial umpire, December 22; letter explaining arrangement with Personal (Miami, FL) and union-shop Jorca Mfg., December 18; memos re staff wage increases; arbitration award decision and related correspondence between K-Mart Apparel Corp. and Local 99, ILGWU, over date of hire of John Leary; text of speech by Herb Magidson to JLC National Trade Union Council Annual Human Rights Award dinner honoring Larry Duncan, December 16; memo to Mazur expressing concern that Empire State College was becoming a diploma factory, granting too many credits for "life experience," December 30; letter from ILGWU president emeritus Sol Chaikin recommending recently elected president Jay Mazur and director of research Herman Starobin to the Council on Foreign Relations, December 29; newspaper clippings

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Mazur Correspondence, received February-May
Invitations to events; memo to Mazur from ILGWU Welfare Fund Control Department re unrelated NY firms Jet Styles and Accessories by Jet, May 15, 1997; letter from retired member inquiring about life insurance benefits, April 29; letter to Mazur from president of Alliance to Revitalize Center-City Hazelton, Inc. (ARCH) re concerns that Hazelton ILGWU office would be closed, April 19; similar letters from Hazelton Typographical Union No. 401 and others urging Hazelton office remain open; letter from triathlete proposing sponsorship, April 26; memo from Local 102 (Cloak & Dress drivers' & Helpers Union) recommending updating allowances for eyeglass benefit, April 23; master agreement monthly report, including settlements for outstanding bills with Calvin Klein Jeans and Bobbie Brooks, April 30; request to Mazur to appoint representative to Labor Committee on the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, April 30; memos re member assistance program for workers displaced by plant closings; memo to Mazur from Jack Sheinkman re ILGWU activity at Sanyo American from ACTWU Rochester Joint Board, April 30; letter to Mazur from the Hispanic Labor Committee, an advisory committee to the NYC Central Labor Council AFL-CIO, inviting him to come on a study tour to Haiti and the Dominican Republic, March 16; letter to Mazur from the manager of the Connecticut District Council re position of Dress Holiday Fund that workers of the Leila Dress Company (Waterbury) are not entitled to holiday pay after the shop goes out of business, April 7; call to national conference of the A. Philip Randolph Institute, March 16; summary of task force meeting on Union Privilege Benefit Programs, January14; memo asking Mazur to assign someone to write a rebuttal against protectionism appearing in L.A. Times; letter to Mazur from Scott Delin, president of Peek-a-Boo Styles, proposing Employee Ownership Assistance Program, March 13; letter to Mazur re transferring Coat & Suit Designers' division of Local 66-40 to Cutters' Local 10, March 10; list of field staff and contract negotiation activities at various firms, other activities, for New York State District, February 25; agenda and proposed conclusions for ICFTU conference, February 20; financial report to Mazur from Irwin Solomon, noting terrible operating losses in 1986, February 24; letter to Mazur from David K. Morris of Bellbrook, OH, re organizing opportunity at a major clothing manufacturer, with handwritten notation by Mazur to call director of organizing Joe Danahy, February 23; letter to Mazur from ACTWU secretary-treasurer Jack Sheinkman re $100,000 grant to South African trade unionists, February 23; memo to Mazur re ways to approach members, retired and active, to solicit contributions to the ILGWU political Campaign Committee, February 2; letter to Mazur from legal services organization re workers at Continental Handkerchief Co., Camuy, Puerto Rico, who were told the factory would close, asking whether they were entitled to compensation from employer or union, February 3

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ILGWU, Mazur Correspondence, December 1987-March 1989
Letter to Mazur from Cornell ILR dean David Lipsky thanking him for lobbying state legislative leadership for school's programs, March 17, 1989; letter from U.S. Department of Labor re occupational hazard warning label for formaldehyde, noting that comments from Mazur would be placed in public docket, January 31, 1989; letter from Mazur to NYS Commissioner of Labor Thomas Hartnett re meeting with Gov. Cuomo, employer-supported child care in apparel industry, February 27, 1989; copy of article in Technology Review, "Rags to Riches? One Industry's Strategy for Improving Productivity," August/September 1989; memo from Mazur to union's NYC managers re two upcoming demonstrations supported by ILGWU, anti-apartheid and Jobs with Justice, March 2, 1988, related flyers; correspondence and distribution list for Economic Policy Institute report, "The State of Working America," October 13, 1988; correspondence re "The Trade Picture," by AFL-CIO Research Department, April 1988; correspondence re OPEIU Local 10 efforts to obtain a collective bargaining agreement at City of Hope (Durante, CA), October 1988; correspondence re dispute between Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union Local 1064 and Dearborn (MI) Inn, August 19, 1988; survey from St. John's University law professor David Gregory re multilingual issues in labor unions, September 1988; letters from Mazur to NYC parks commissioner Henry Stern re possibility of commemorative artwork on Union Square for Statue of Liberty centennial, April 26 and July 19, 1988; correspondence between Mazur and Bernard Rapoport re Labor Advisory Board and related issues, May 1988; letter from Mazur to the president of The Limited re domestic robe production capacity, April 21, 1988; mailgram to union presidents urging lobbying for plant closure notification; letter from Mazur to representative of Coordination Council for North American Affairs, Republic of China, urging that he recommend denial of import permit by Board of Foreign Trade for Judy's Place (NY) and Lo Tung Garment Co., Ltd. (Taipei, Taiwan), April 4, 1988; request for comments on description of dressmakers for career guidance publication, March 16, 1988; letter re theory of how money supply affects the economy, December 31; letter to Mazur from AFL-CIO re boycott of Blue Cross and Blue Shield re anti-union activity, December 4, 1987; letter to Mazur from U.S. Department of Labor soliciting reaction to proposed Apprenticeship 2000 initiative, December 15, 1987

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Jay's Reminders
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Mail Log forJanuary and February
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