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Tony Nicols Papers

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Identifier: LP001022
Abstract Tony Nicols was an organizer of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 406 (Long Beach, California), and was an official of both Local 406 and Local 923. Mr. Nicols’ papers consist of the roster of Local 406 members terminated for participating in the 1938 Ford Motor Company strike and documentation of the 1941 strike settlement.

UAW Accounting Department Records

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Identifier: LR000211
Abstract The records of the United Auto Workers Accounting Department consist of financial reports.

UAW Aerospace Department Records

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Identifier: LR000060
Abstract Subjects include: American and Canadian aerospace industry; IAM; defense appropriations

UAW Agricultural Implement Department Records

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Identifier: LR000354
Abstract The United Auto Workers Agricultural Implement Department records cover primarily the activities of the International Harvester Department, concerning grievances, contract negotiations, local unions, and the assistant director. Also covered are the UAW's association with the John Deere Company and the Caterpillar Tractor Company.

UAW American Motors Corporation Department Records

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Identifier: LR001433
Abstract The papers of the AMC department of the UAW were placed in the Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs in April of 1990 and were opened for research in 1992. The UAW and AMC began their working relationship in 1955 when the Hudson and Nash companies merged to form American Motors Corporation. This branch of the UAW represented workers in Kenosha, Wisconsin and Toledo, Ohio. The papers in this collection reflect the general office correspondence between the UAW, the UAW's three locals which worked...

UAW Bohn Aluminum : Clawson Balance Council Records

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Identifier: LR000667
Abstract The council of Bonn Aluminum - Clawson and Bals Local Unions was established by the Executive Board of the UAW and encompassed regions 1, 1B, 1D, and 3. Unions represented in the council included Locals 29, 208, 284, 408, 365, 367, 585, and 889. Subjects include: Bohn organizing and negotiations.

UAW Chrysler Department Records

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Identifier: LR000106
Abstract The UAW Chrysler Department was formed in the year following the tumultuous sit-down strikes of 1937. Responsible of the department included planning, developing, negotiating, and administering collective bargaining agreements for Chrysler workers in the United States and Canada. The records of the department reflect its administration and activities and largely include the files of Arthur Hughes, an administrative assistant and assistant director in the department from 1940-1978.

UAW Citizenship Department: Roy Reuther Records

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Identifier: LR000191_CD
Abstract In 1957 the United Auto Workers changed the name of their Political Action Department to the Citizenship Department, headed by Roy Reuther. Their records cover activities until the subsequent name change to the Citizenship-Legislative Department.

UAW Community Action Program (CAP) Department Records

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Identifier: LR000498
Abstract The UAW Community Action Program (CAP) Department was formed in 1969 when, after disaffiliation from the AFL-CIO, the union set up CAP Councils throughout the United States to replace the Citizenship-Legislative Department. The CAP Councils’ stated purpose was to work in community, civic, welfare, educational, environmental, cultural, citizenship-legislative, and consumer protection activities to improve the economic and social conditions of UAW members and families. From the 1940s through the...

UAW Community Relations Department: Mildred Jeffrey Records

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Identifier: LR001575
Abstract Subjects include: women’s rights; civil rights; consumer protection; Detroit youth programs

UAW Conventions Records

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Identifier: LR000212
Abstract These records contain material from the United Auto Workers conventions held in 1951 and 1953.

UAW Doehler-Jarvis Department Records

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Identifier: LR001199
Abstract Subjects include: collective bargaining; die casting industry

UAW Education Department

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Identifier: LR000043
Abstract The United Auto Workers Education Department records reflect their various activities, such as negotiations, and include material from the tenures of Edward Coffey and Carroll Hutton.

UAW Education Department: Norman Matthews Records

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Identifier: LR00043N
Abstract Subjects include: labor laws; Social Security.

UAW Education Department: Victor Reuther Records

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Identifier: LR000345
Abstract The United Auto Workers Education Department is the largest of its kind in the American labor movement and offers a wide variety of programming for local union leaders to members and their families.The records in this collection cover the tenure of Victor Reuther, who directed the department from 1946-1951. Material reflects not only his leadership of the department, but his community involvement, and international ties with organizations such as the Anglo-American Productivity...

UAW Fair Practices and Anti-Discrimination Department Records

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Identifier: LR000637
Abstract Subjects include: African-American workers; anti-Semitism; civil rights; community action programs; CIO state councils; race relations; Democratic Party; Detroit Revolutionary Union Movements; employment discrimination; Sunnyhills Housing Cooperative; Ku Klux Klan; Mexican Americans; gender discrimination; women's rights; United Steelworkers of America; sharecroppers; skilled trades; school desegregation

Note: Box 13 is unavailable.

UAW Fair Practices and Anti-Discrimination Department: Women's Bureau Records

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Identifier: LR000637_Women
Abstract The Fair Practices and Anti-Discrimination Department was established by Article 25, a constitutional amendment, at the International Convention, March 1946. A Committee of the International Executive Board was appointed to administer the department, and a staff was appointed. Each local union in turn was expected to set up a Fair Practices Committee.

UAW Ford Department Records

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Identifier: LR000105
Abstract The UAW signed its first contract with Ford Motor Company in 1941 after years of confrontation between labor and management. They achieved many gains for Ford employees, including a pension plan, health care benefits, workplace health and safety protection, skilled trades recognition, a shortened work week, more paid days off, supplemental unemployment benefits, and a guaranteed annual income credit. Their records document department affairs under the leadership of Richard Leonard and Ken...

UAW Foundry and Forge Departments Records

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Identifier: LR001425
Abstract African-American autoworkers; automation; Detroit Labor Action Committee; National Safety Council; South African politics and economy; UAW Eaton Council; health and safety issues

UAW General Motors Department Records

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Identifier: LR000113
Abstract The UAW GM Department was established in 1938 to handle contract and strike negotiations, grievances, pension and retirement programs, membership and union shop drives and local demands of GM workers. Their records document these activities and include material on the Fisher Body Division and UAW Local 659 in particular.

UAW Health and Safety Department Records

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Identifier: LR001576
Abstract Subjects include: occupational safety and health in the auto industry; UAW bargaining on health and safety issues; workplace chemical hazards; reproductive health hazards; OSHA formaldehyde, lead, lockout/tagout, confined space entry standards; gray iron foundry mortality studies; General Motors Occupational Health Advisory Board; Franklin Mirer; UAW Locals 326, 412, 455, 550, 1200

UAW Independents, Parts, and Supplies (IPS) Department Records

 Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: U-V Box 14, Folder: 1
Identifier: LR001265
Abstract Contains: UAW IPS Leadership Conference program

UAW International Affairs Department: Herman Rebhan Records

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Identifier: LR000488_HR
Abstract Herman Rebhan became director of the United Auto Workers International Affairs Department when Victor Reuther retired from that post in 1972. The records reflect the activities of the department with international politics and labor and related government and private agencies during Mr. Rebhan's tenure. Subjects include: Arab-Israeli conflict; Asian politics and government; international human rights issues; labor movement in India, Japan, Israel, Poland and the Soviet Union; International...

UAW International Affairs Department: Victor Reuther and Herman Rebhan Records

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Identifier: LR000488_VRHR
Abstract The United Auto Worker International Affairs Department was created in 1955 with Victor Reuther as its director. Herman Rebhan served as his assistant from 1969-1972. Their records reflect the activities of the department during the years which they worked together. It also documents the operation of the Social, Technical, and Education Programs (STEP), a division of the department created in 1966, until it was elevated to departmental status in 1973. Subjects include: Agency for International...

UAW International Affairs Department: Victor Reuther and Lewis Carliner Records

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Identifier: LR000488_VRLC
Abstract The International Affairs Department of the United Auto Workers coordinated the activity of its workers with free trade unions around the world. The department was directed by Victor Reuther from 1957-1972. Lewis Carliner was his assistant for most of that time. Their records reflect the activities of the department after it ceased to be a part of the Washington Office and became its own independent agency. Subjects include: Agency for International Development; IMF; International Confederation...

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