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Abstract Local 309 represents the workers of Sterling Industries, West Allis, Wisconsin.
Abstract Local 32 represents employees of the White Motor Company in Cleveland, Ohio. The charter meeting was held on August 25, 1933 when it became Federal Labor Union 18463 affiliated with the AFL. The local played an early and important role in the establishment of an international union in the automobile industry. In September, 1935 formal application was made for charter affiliation with the International Union of United Automobile Workers of America. Subjects include: White Motor Co. (Cleveland)
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 341 represented workers at the Marmon-Harrington Company in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Abstract UAW Local 371 was chartered in May of 1937 to represent workers at the Chrysler plant in New Castle, Indiana. By the mid-1970s it had become an amalgamated local.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: U-V Box 14, Folder: 5
Abstract Contains minutes of the first meeting of Local 397 Coach and Body.
Abstract Subjects include: Technical Training Center 3.5 Worker retraining
Abstract UAW Local 417 was chartered in 1945. The original charter was issued to Great Lakes Greyhound Garage in Birmingham, Michigan. An amalgamated local, its membership comes primarily from auto parts companies in Detroit's northern suburbs: Clawson, Royal Oak, Birmingham, Troy, Ferndale and Sterling Heights. Dean Spooner became President of the Local in 1963, and remained in office for the remainder of the period covered by this collection. Subjects include: auto parts plants in Detroit's...
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 444 services the Windsor, Ontario plant of Chrysler Corporation. Its records reflect routine operations and programs.
Abstract Subjects include: Ex-Cell-O Corporation (Detroit)
Abstract Subjects include: Ryan Aeronautical (San Diego); aerospace workers.
Abstract Subjects include: Canadian amalgamated local
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 57 began as an American Federation of Labor local and servicing the Fort Wayne Works of International Harvester Company in Fort Wayne, IN. The local received recognition as sole bargaining agent for employees in 1940 after a long struggle with management, the company union, and an independent union. Their records reflect these activities as well as the general operations of the local.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: U-V Box 14, Folder: 6
Abstract Local 595 is located in Linden, New Jersey and services General Motors, BOP Assembly Division. Their records cover local strike issues and time studies.
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: U-V Box 14, Folder: 7
Abstract Subjects include: Fisher Body Plant No. 2 (Flint, Michigan)
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 599 represented workers in the Buick plant in Flint, MI and is noted for its involvement in the anti-Martin struggles during the early years of its existence. The records of the local reflect routine operations.
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 650 grew out of Local 182 in Lansing, MI representing Reo Motors employees. The local survived a company bankruptcy and reorganization in the late 1930s and early 1940s and numerous company-union conflicts in the post WWII period. The records of the local reflect its operations and activities upon behalf of its members.
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 662 was organized to service the General Motors plant, Delco-Remy Division in Anderson, IN, absorbing the former UAW Local 146. Records reflect activities, including a women's auxilliary, that occurred mainly following the local's 1939 charter.
Abstract Established in 1939 when the International Executive Board revoked the charter of pro-Martin Local 118, United Auto Workers Local 664 serviced members at Fisher Body, Chevrolet, and Prophet Company in North Tarrytown, NY. The records reflect the Martin controversy, strikes, conferences, and other activities of the local.
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 678 originally serviced the Chevrolet plant and parts warehouse in Baltimore, MD. before merging in 1969 with Local 239, Fisher Body. The records relate to activities and operations prior to the merger.
Abstract Reports, UAW materials, posters, and memorabilia form the bulk of Mr. DiGaetano's papers. There are copies of Economic Outlook (1943-50); Ammunition (political supplements from the 1940s); Labor's Monthly Survey (1947-52); and Striking Workers Local 7 Bulletins and circulars from the Chrysler plants (1948-50). Mr. DiGaetano, a long-time union man, has also donated chief stewards' grievance books; various agreements and constitutions; a collection of union pins, neckties, and hats; and a few IWW...
Abstract Subjects include: Chrysler Jefferson Avenue assembly plant (Detroit); absenteeism; civil rights; 1950 Chrysler strike; factionalism; fair employment practices; skilled trades; Taft-Hartley Act.
Abstract Subjects include: automobile industry and collective bargaining in Milwaukee; American Motors Corp.; Nash-Kelvinator Corp.; Hudson Motor Car Co.; Seamon Body Plant.
Abstract Subjects include: Kelsey-Hayes (Detroit)
Abstract Records of the United Auto Workers Local 80 reflect its administration and activities in the Detroit area.
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 833 has had divisive history between workers at the Kohler Co. in Kohler, WI and their employers. First organized in 1933 by the American Federation of Labor, workers were soon embroiled in a jurisdictional dispute with a company-formed union, the Kohler Workers' Association (KWA). Following a strike, the KWA won the bid from the NLRB to represent workers, but leadership soon became dissatisfied and voted in 1952 to join the UAW.