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Abstract Dan Forchione was an active member of the UAW from the 1940s until his retirement in 1988. He helped organize UAW Local 542 at the Ford Motor Company forge plant in Canton, Ohio, in the 1940s and served as the Local’s president and bargaining committee chairperson. In 1954 he was appointed an International representative and assigned to the UAW Ford Department staff. He transferred to the UAW Region 2 staff in 1957 and serviced local unions around Ohio. Forchione was elected director of UAW...
Abstract Part I and II consists of correspondence, minutes, and reports. Subjects include Administrative Board meetings; American Federation of Teachers; conventions; Detroit Federation of Teachers; Executive Council meetings; Haven Hill conferences; legislative lobbying activities; membership campaigns; metropolitan teachers' institutes; Michigan AFL-CIO Council; Michigan Constitutional Convention (1961); teachers' salary and fringe benefits surveys; treasurer reports; White House Conference on...
Abstract The National Association of Letter Carriers Comptroller's Office performed a variety of functions, mostly relating to the administration of the union's finances. The records of this department reflect the tenure of the union's final comptroller, Harold J. Isbell.
Abstract Vincent R. Sombrotto was elected the 16th president of the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) in 1978, serving nearly 24 years until his retirement in December 2002. Bolstered by the rank and file movement in the early 1970s, Sombrotto was overwhelmingly elected president following the adoption of reforms he advocated to make the union leadership more responsive to its members. His accomplishments included wage increases, improving working conditions, passing reform of the Hatch...
Overview Part 2 of the Oscar Paskal Collection consists of publications by the Socialists Workers Party, a Trotskyite political party. These include weekly bulletins published by the party, conference proceedings, and Marxist educational materials which span the years 1932-1952. Also included are a series of cassette tapes entitled "Voices of Labor" which feature excerpts of speeches by various labor leaders.
Abstract Howard Young began working for the UAW in 1960, as an Actuarial Consultant and later became the Director of the Social Security Department. Later in his UAW career, his main function was as Special Consultant to the President, but he also worked as a member of the Pension Research Council, Director of Social Security, Director of the Research, and Director of Information Systems. He worked for the UAW from 1960-1971 and again from 1974-1987. During that time he worked under four UAW presidents:...
- Bieber, Owen 2
- Ford Motor Company 2
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America 2
- National Association of Letter Carriers (U.S.) 2
- United States Postal Service 2
- AFL-CIO 1
- American Federation of Teachers 1
- American Postal Workers Union 1
- Bannon, Ken, 1914- 1
- Bluestone, Irving 1
- Carrick, Louis B. 1
- Carter, Jimmy, 1924- 1
- Chrysler Corporation 1
- Clinton, Bill, 1946- 1
- Ephlin, Don 1
- Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (U.S.) 1
- Forchione, Dan 1
- General Motors Corporation 1
- Hatch Act 1
- Independent Socialist League 1
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 425 (Lorain, Ohio) 1
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 542 1
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 2 1
- Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009 1
- Michigan Federation of Teachers 1
- Rademacher, James H. 1
- Reagan, Ronald 1
- Shanker, Albert 1
- Socialist Workers Party 1
- Sombrotto, Vincent 1
- Stepp, Marc 1
- United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities 1
- United States. National Labor Relations Board 1
- Walton, Joe 1
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