Lionel Stephan Papers
Series 1: The Airlines Pilots Association, 1931-1932 Contains correspondence, notes, bulletins, and publications of the A.L.P.A., covering a period from 1931 to 1932. The material is arranged by topic and then chronologically.
- 1931 - 1932
- Stephan, Lionel (Person)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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0.5 Linear Feet (1 MB)
The files of one of the early "Key Men" or organizers for the ALPA. Correspondence, notes, and bulletins document Mr. Stephan's activities in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area. Among the correspondents is David Behncke.
Lionel Stephan worked as one of the organizers of the Airline Pilots Association (A.L.P.A.). When Glenn T. Fields, "Key Man" on the Cincinnati end of the Embry Riddle Lines, was transferred to Memphis, the A.L.P.A. was left without a representative. Stephan took up where Fields left off working to establish an Executive Council and an organization which the airlines accepted as the representative of the pilots. Contained in the collection are notes and bulletins which show the establishment of the A.L.P.A.
Arranged in 1 series – Series 1 (Box 1). Folders are arranged by topic and then chronologically.
The papers of Lionel Stephan were deposited with the Labor History Archives in September 1, 1970 by Wallace W. Anderson, Executive Assistant President's Dept., Airline Pilots Association.
Processed and finding aid written by KD on September 25, 1970.
- Lionel Stephan Papers
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