Showing Collections: 151 - 175 of 1058
Abstract Correspondence, agreements, rate classification, grievance records, constitutions, resolutions, minutes, speeches, and published material collected by Cecil Roeder, who served as a committeeman of UAW Delco-Remy Local 662, Anderson, Indiana (late 1930's and early 1940's). Subjects include General Motors Sit-Down Strike at Anderson (1937); UAW factionalism including the Homer Martin controversy; elections and factionalism of Local 662; union shop drives of Local 662; civil rights campaigns; and...
Abstract In 1968, the Citizens' Crusade Against Poverty merged with several other organizations to form the non-profit Center for Community Change. It began operations by working with six community groups across the United States. The Center provides a wide range of assistance in program and organizational development for local community development groups in low-income communities, both urban and rural. In addition to its drive to promote self-sufficient community organizations in impoverished...
Abstract Reverend Charles A. Hill served as a Baptist minister in Detroit for many years. Interested in labor unions, he encouraged his parishioners (men employed by the Ford Motor Company) to unionize and, in 1941, to strike. He was active in the Sojourner Truth Housing Project in 1942, and was a member of the committee investigating the 1943 race riot in Detroit. These activities are covered in the papers, as is the Lantz Hill interrogation. Correspondents include Prentiss Brown, John Dingell, William...
Abstract A member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) for over 50 years, Charles Velsek served as secretary of IWW Agricultural Workers Industrial Union (AWIU) Local 110, and for a brief period, as Chairman of the IWW General Executive Board. Jennie Velsek was an active labor advocate, and participated in a number of IWW strikes. The papers of Charles and Jennie Velsek reflect their involvement in the labor movement, and the activities of Local 110 in Yakima, Washington.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: A - Bo, Box 1, Folder: 6
Abstract Transcripts of interviews with Charles Ashleigh conducted by the Sussex Society for the Study of Labor History in 1973 and 1975. Mr. Ashleigh describes his personal experiences with the Industrial Workers of the World and other radical groups in the years prior to and during World War I and the early 1920's.
Abstract Correspondence, clippings, press releases, and other files created by Mr. Baker's public relations agency in Toledo, Ohio. The papers pertain to the agency's work for the United Organized Labor of Ohio in their successful campaign to defeat a proposed right-to-work law in Ohio in 1958.
Abstract Charles Beckman served as United Auto Workers Local 45 (Fisher Body Plant, Cleveland) President for eighteen consecutive terms. His tenure included the Cleveland plant sit-down strike which served as a catalyst for the historic Flint sit-down strike of 1936-1937. The papers of Mr. Beckman reflect his work with Local 45 and its affiliated organizations and, to a lesser degree, his involvement in political and social issues, including civil rights, anti-fascism and anti-war efforts.
Abstract As first president of United Auto Workers local 444 (Windsor, Ontario), Charles Brooks served eleven terms. He founded the first industrial credit union in Canada and served as President of the Canadian Council of the UAW and as President of the Cooperative Dwellings Association. The papers of Mr. Brooks reflect his active engagement in civic and community affairs and his work with the UAW.
Abstract As a UAW International representative, Mr. Chiakulas worked in many capacities in the labor movement, including assistant director of the Borg-Warner Department, and coordinator of the AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department. In Chicago he set up one of the successful Community Union centers, working in the ghetto with tenant unions. He was a COPE coordinator and was sent abroad three times by the union to work (through the ICFTU) with labor leaders in Cyprus and Greece. His papers reflect his...
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: I-K, Box 8, Folder: 8
Abstract The papers of Mr. Kincaid consist primarily of clippings and a few miscellaneous publications relating to Local 420, St. Louis Teachers Union and the issue of married women teachers.
Item — Box: Individual Oral Histories Box 2: G-M, Folder: 1
Abstract Labor historian Mike Smith interviewed Society of Designing Engineers member and UAW Local 212 official Charles Gentile in 1971. Collection consists of recording and transcript of the interiview. Gentile covers his involvement with the Society of Designing Engineers and UAW Local 212, for the S.D.E. at the Briggs Manufacturing Company.
Abstract As a member of the Society of Designing Engineers (SDE), Charles Gentile held various posts in United Auto Workers Local 212. Mr. Gentile’s papers relate primarily to the SDE as Detroit Chapter 201 of the International Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians (FAECT), and the SDE’s disaffiliation with the FAECT and subsequent affiliation with the UAW as Local 212.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: Br - Col, Box 2, Folder: 11
Abstract An active member of the United Auto Workers Local 12 (Dana Corporation-Toledo), Charles Clark held various union offices and was a recipient of the UAW’s Walter Reuther Distinguished Service Award. Mr. Clark’s papers consist primarily of letters to the editor of the Toledo Blade, and reflect his interests in topics such as the Vietnam War, voting rights and unemployment.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: S-T, Box 13, Folder: 7
Abstract Charles Simone was a member of United Auto Workers Local 731, Eastern Aircraft. His papers consist of newspaper clippings about a banquet given by his local, honoring Walter Reuther, then International Vice-President of the UAW-CIO.
Abstract Charles Lang was involved with the efforts of the Federation of Union Representatives (FOUR) to become a legal bargaining agent for International Ladies Garment Workers Union staff employees. His papers primarily reflect the efforts of FOUR to gain ILGWU recognition and to a lesser extent, Mr. Lang's participation in civic and community affairs.
Abstract A militant labor activist, Charles Dewey was a member of United Auto Workers Local 155 and supported a number of UAW dissident groups, including the Independent Skilled Trades Council. Mr. Dewey’s papers relate his work with Local 155 and UAW dissident groups.
Abstract Charles Orr was an economist who focused on labor from early on in his career, working in several capacities both in the U.S. and Europe during the 1930s and 1940s. In the early 1950s he was research officer for the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) and acting head of the Adult Education Section of UNESCO. In the early 1960s he taught worker education in India, Malaysia, Formosa, Hong Kong and Japan for the International Labor Office. Since 1946, Orr has taught labor...
Overview Charles R. Anderson was a member of UAW Local 662 in Anderson, Indiana, serving the local union’s CAP Council and Citizenship and Legislative Committee. In 1991, he received the Walter P. Reuther Distinguished Service Award for his work with the union. Before that, his expansive career included membership in the United Glass Workers, multiple terms as Delaware County AFL-CIO President, and serving the State Department in training union members in the Republic of Cyprus.The Charles...
Abstract Captain Charles Hawkins was an airline pilot with Pan American Airlines (PAA) and served various terms as a representative in the the Airline Pilots Association throughout his career. His papers reflect his work as an official representative of the ALPA-PAA negotiation committees in the 1950s and 1960s.
Abstract An active union member, Charles White served as treasurer, president, and administrative head of the Lordstown Credit Union, in various positions in United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 1112 (Lordstown, OH), and as a UAW Community Action Program representative. Mr. White’s papers reflect his work with Local 1112, particularly as the local’s Insurance and Workmen’s Compensation Representative.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: Br - Col, Box 2, Folder: 10
Abstract The Chicago Union Printers Baseball Association was founded in the spring of 1908 by members of the Chicago Typographical Union Number 16. In the late summer of 1908, the Chicago team, along with teams from Boston, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Washington, and Pittsburgh participated in the first Union Printers International Baseball League tournament, hosted by New York City. During the course of the league's existence, St. Paul, Detroit, Hamilton (Ontario) joined with the original...
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: Br - Col, Box 2, Folder: 12-14
Abstract Contains: minute book, 1885-87. This union was located in Saginaw, Michigan.
Abstract The Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) went through a period of change and growth during the tenure of George T. Guernsey as Associate Director of Education from 1945–1955. Two important events took place when the Taft-Harley Act was enacted in 1947 and the CIO merged with the American Federation of Labor in 1955 to from the AFL-CIO.Department of Education and Research Records reflect its efforts during this seminal period and beyond, to not only educate, inform, and inspire...
Abstract Material, partially in bound volumes and complete on microfilm (filmed from collections at three separate archives), from the first meeting in 1935 to the last meeting held prior to affiliation with the American Federation of Labor (AFL) in 1955. Minutes are short accounts of decisions and acts made from 1938-1942. Proceedings are verbatim with full texts of reports and resolutions from 1939-1955. These materials reflect the concern of organized labor with union politics, organizations,...
- Subject: Labor X
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America 378
- American Federation of Teachers 59
- AFL-CIO 57
- United Farm Workers 54
- Industrial Workers of the World 51
- Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.) 50
- Service Employees International Union 46
- Reuther, Walter, 1907-1970 44
- AFSCME 34
- Air Line Pilots Association 31
- General Motors Corporation 21
- Coalition of Labor Union Women (U.S.) 19
- International Brotherhood of Teamsters 17
- American Federation of Labor 15
- Democratic Party (Mich.) 15
- Democratic Party (U.S.) 15
- Wurf, Jerry, 1919- 15
- Bluestone, Irving 14
- National Association of Letter Carriers (U.S.) 14
- Sweeney, John J. 14
- United States. National War Labor Board (1942-1945) 13
- Chrysler Corporation 12
- Shanker, Albert 12
- Zander, Arnold S. (Arnold Scheuer), 1901-1975 12
- Ford Motor Company 11
- Meany, George, 1894-1980 11
- United Mine Workers of America 11
- East, Dennis 10
- Smith, Mike (Michael O.) 10
- United Steelworkers 10
- Chapman, Gordon Warner, 1907- 9
- Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (U.S.) 9
- Lucy, William, 1933- 9
- Newspaper Guild 9
- Wayne State University 9
- International Confederation of Free Trade Unions 8
- Socialist Workers Party 8
- Cordtz, Richard 7
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 7
- Textile Workers Union of America 7
- Brookwood Labor College (Katonah, N.Y.) 6
- National Education Association of the United States 6
- National Farm Worker Ministry (U.S.) 6
- National Labor Relations Bureau (U.S.) 6
- National Organization for Women 6
- United States. Works Progress Administration 6
- Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee 5
- American Newspaper Guild 5
- Ames, Joseph Lynn, 1925- 5
- Bieber, Owen 5
- Carter, Jimmy, 1924- 5
- Clinton, Bill, 1946- 5
- International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 5
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Ford Local 600 5
- King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 5
- Kramer, Leo 5
- McEntee, Gerald W. 5
- Michigan State AFL-CIO 5
- National Farm Workers Association 5
- Stern, Andy 5
- United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities 5
- Young, Coleman A. 5
- Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 4
- American Civil Liberties Union 4
- Association of Catholic Trade Unionists 4
- Beffel, John Nicholas 4
- Ciampa, P.J. 4
- Communication Workers of America 4
- Detroit Free Press Co. 4
- Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement 4
- Ellickson, Katherine Pollak 4
- Gotbaum, Victor 4
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 1-D 4
- Jackson, Jesse, 1941- 4
- Mason, Philip P. (Philip Parker Mason) 4
- Newspaper Guild of Detroit 4
- North American Free Trade Agreement (1992 December 17) 4
- Reagan, Ronald 4
- United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 4
- United States Postal Service 4
- United States. Agency for International Development 4
- United States. National Labor Relations Board 4
- United States. National Mediation Board 4
- AFL-CIO. Committee on Political Education. 3
- AFSCME. International Convention 3
- American Postal Workers Union 3
- California Migrant Ministry 3
- Detroit Federation of Teachers 3
- Detroit News (Firm) 3
- Detroit Sunday Journal 3
- Farm Labor Organizing Committee (Ohio) 3
- Humphrey, Hubert H., 1911-1978 3
- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 3
- International Labour Organization 3
- International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 10 3
- Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009 3
- Kirkland, Lane 3
- Kubista, Roy 3
- Legere, Ben 3
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