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Abstract The AFSCME Business Office historically has handled financial matters for the union, and its activities are largely reported on by the Office of the Secretary-Treasurer. For a time, it was involved in the planning of the AFSCME biennial convention, as well as the numerous other, smaller meetings and conferences that AFSCME hosts throughout the year. Its name as of 2013 was the Financial Services Department, which includes Accounting, Auditing, and Benefits. This collection includes budgets for...
Dates: 1962 - 1988; Majority of material found within 1974 - 1980
Abstract The ALPA Dallas Contract Administration Records chronicle the activities of Local Executive Council (LEC) #42, which represented the employees of Mid-Continent Airlines, and later Braniff International, when the companies merged in 1952. The records contain such materials as contract agreements, correspondence, as well as Council #42 and Master Executive Council (MEC) meeting minutes. Subjects covered include a proposed merger between Braniff and Pacific Southwest Airlines, and Braniff’s...
Abstract ALPA Photographs is a collection of photographic prints and negatives produced and compiled over decades. The materials came to the Reuther from what is currently known as the Communications Department; previous names of the department include Publicity and Public Relations, and ALPA Publications. The images collected appeared in the union’s publications, including the Air Line Pilot, and in conjunction with various public relations tools, such as news releases. The prints and negatives...
Dates: circa 1940-1981; Majority of material found within circa 1940-1969
Abstract The ALPA San Francisco Joint Council Office (SFO) was the office of Local Executive Council (LEC) 56, which represented employees of Pan American Airways (PAA). The records contain such materials as meeting minutes, correspondence, and committee reports. One of the subjects included is the February 1961 pilot furlough triggered by the flight engineers’ strike.
Abstract The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) was first formed in St. Louis in 1891. It grew rapidly in the ensuing years, with Detroit Local 58 forming in 1914, amidst the rapid growth of automotive factories in the region. This collection consists primarily of materials generated by Local 58, along with other local unions with which it has amalgamated. Materials include photographs, meeting minutes, dues books, financial records, and other administrative documents. Also included...
Dates: 1891 - 2015; Majority of material found within 1920 - 2010
Abstract SEIU Publications is primarily comprised of serials created by the International, Locals, Joint Councils, and Conferences. Included in the collection are International convention proceedings dating back to the official inception of SEIU, constitutions and bylaws, and serials published at the International level. However, the bulk of the materials are serials created by SEIU Locals, Joint Councils, and Conferences, documenting member concerns and plights, as well as important events and issues...
Dates: 1936 - 2008; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1995
- Air Line Pilots Association -- History 3
- Airline pilots 3
- Airlines—Employees—Labor unions 3
- Airlines 2
- Airlines -- Employees 2
- Airlines—Safety measures 2
- Collective bargaining 1
- Electric industry workers 1
- Flight attendants 1
- Flight engineers 1
- Industrial safety -- Standards -- United States 1
- Labor -- History 1
- Labor literature 1
- Labor union democracy 1
- Labor union locals 1
- Labor union-owned business enterprises 1
- Labor unions -- Organizing 1
- Public employees 1
- Seniority, Employee 1
- Service industries 1 ∧ view less
- AFSCME 1
- AFSCME. International Convention 1
- Air Line Pilots Association 1
- Cordtz, Richard 1
- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 1
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