William Goldmann Papers
Scope and Content
The collection includes correspondence, clippings, briefs, affidavits, notes, contracts, minutes, and leaflets.
- 1937 - 1959
- Goldmann, William (Person)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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Rules for Use of Archival Materials.
William Goldmann was born October 10, 1906 in Yale, Kansas and was edu-cated at Dawson High School in New Mexico. He was a member of UAW Local 230 (Chrysler/Los Angeles) where he served as a member of the shop bargaining committee and as President. In 1946 Mr. Goldmann joined the staff of the UAW as an International Representative to Region 6.
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Clippings, correspondence, briefs, affidavits, notes, contracts, minutes, and leaflets collected by Mr. Goldmann, who was president (1940-46) and member of the Shop Bargaining Committee of UAW Local 230 (Chrysler- Los Angeles), and International representative to UAW Region 6 (Western US). Subjects include the conspiracy trial of Local 230 members (1939); LaFollette Senate Committee Hearings; and Local 230 Strike (1957). George Addes is a principal correspondent.
Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.
The papers of William Goldmann were deposited with the Labor History Archives in April 1968 by William Goldmann.
Processed and finding aid written by BF in February, 1970.
- William Goldmann Papers
- Processed by BF.
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