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UAW Region 1B Leadership Institute Records

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Identifier: LR000404
Abstract The Sixteenth Annual Region 1B Leadership Institute, held at the UAW Family Education Center at Black Lake, emphasized a participating membership to mobilize collective action in the shops, offices, and community. The topic was "You and Your Standard of Living: Bargaining and Balloting." Records of the Institute document the week-long summer program.

UAW Region 1B Records

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Identifier: LR000512
Abstract United Auto Workers Region 1B represents locals in the southeastern and thumb areas of Michigan. This includes workers at the major automotive manufacturers, Huck Manufacturing, TRW, Briggs Manufacturing, Eaton Manufacturing and Bohn Aluminum. Their records document the services Region 1B provided to locals and its political activities in the region.

UAW Region 1C: Jackson Subregional Office Records

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Identifier: LR001266
Abstract Subjects include: Michigan UAW Locals 62, 431, 504, 529, 615, 666, 671, 717, 767, 935, 963, 1284, 1412; American Chain and Cable Co.; Democratic National Convention, 1968; Jackson Metropolitan Area Study Commission

UAW Region 1E Records

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Identifier: LR000347
Abstract An expanding economy and union movement prompted the UAW to subdivide its two southeastern Michigan regional jurisdictions into four southeastern Michigan regions—1, 1A, 1B, and 1E—in 1966. Subjects include: UAW organization in southeastern Michigan; automobile industry; strikes; unemployment; plant shutdowns; health insurance; retirees; organizing; political activity; UAW Women's Department; Willow Run Bomber Plant

UAW Region 2 Records

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Identifier: LR000735
Abstract Subjects include: UAW organization in northeastern Ohio and northwestern Pennsylvania; Cleveland labor movement; UAW Locals 32, 70, 161, 217, 463, 486, 725, 1250, 1260; Kohler strike; employment discrimination

UAW Region 2A Records

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Identifier: LR000747
Abstract Subjects include: Allis-Chalmers strike (1955-57); automobile industry and workers in Ohio, Pennsylvania and W. Virginia; GM Ternstedt Div. strikes (1955, 1958); plant shutdowns; health and safety issues; unemployment; PACs; African-American autoworkers; Communism

UAW Region 2B Records

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Identifier: LR001429
Abstract The UAW organized Region 2B in the Northwest Ohio area in 1939. In 1937, Richard Gosser was elected President of Local 12 in Toledo (chartered in 1936 and the largest local in the region) and five years later he became Director of Region 2B. In 1947, he was elected an International Vice President, and Charles Ballard succeeded him as Director of Region 2B. Gosser retired in 1964, after he was charged and brought to trial for illegally conspiring to obtain tax records from the IRS....

UAW Region 3 Records

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Identifier: LR000374
Abstract United Auto Workers Region 3 was established in 1937, with Russell J. Merrill as its first director, and comprised of locals in Indiana, southern Illinois (moved to Region 4 in 1949), and later Kentucky. Raymond H. Berndt was its longest serving director, holding that office from 1947-1972. Headquartered in Indianapolis, the region is unique in that it consists of a majority of small locals, often parts suppliers.

UAW Region 5 Records

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Identifier: LR001218
Abstract Subjects include: agricultural implement and auto industry workers in Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Colorado; Ken Worley

UAW Region 6 Records

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Identifier: LR000533
Abstract UAW Region 6 covers West Coast aircraft locals.

UAW Region 7: Canadian Office Records

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Identifier: LR000372
Abstract United Auto Workers Canadian Region 7 began the same year as the international union and was recognized by all major automotive manufacturers in the early 1940s. With a reputation for being militant, the union grew to be the largest in Canada, pioneering pension security, guaranteed annual wages, pre-paid medical prescriptions, and wage parity for workers in the country.

UAW Region 7: Toronto Sub-Regional Office Records

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Identifier: LR000296
Abstract United Auto Workers Region 7: Toronto Sub-Regional Office is one of the major sub-regional offices of the Canadian region of the union. Their records document activities of Region 7, District Council 26, and those of the sub-region itself.

UAW Region 8 Records

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Identifier: LR000811
Abstract Subjects include: southeastern U.S. UAW locals; racial discrimination

UAW Region 9 Records

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Identifier: LR000283
Abstract Subjects include: auto industry and auto workers in New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania and upstate New York; Martin Gerber; equal employment opportunity; low-cost public housing; Bell Aircraft strike (1949); Kohler strike (1959); Liberal Party (N.Y.); New Jersey politics and government; civil rights movement; labor education; UAW CAP; women auto workers.

UAW Region 9A Records

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Identifier: LR000842
Abstract Subjects include: UAW organization in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Puerto Rico; politics; strikes; Model Cities Program; Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers Union; retirees; UAW Public Review Board

UAW Research Department Records

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Identifier: LR000350
Abstract The UAW Research Department carries out a wide range of background investigation for the union concerning the state of the U.S. economy, trade conditions at home and abroad, the economic health of major UAW employers, technology and its impact on the workplace, and general conditions on the shop floor. Their records reflect the primary policy and contractural objectives of the union's leadership and illustrate how the union reached major decisions and what sources of information it employed in...

UAW Research Library: Congressional Testimonies

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Identifier: LR002092
Abstract Since the formation of the United Auto Workers Union in 1935, union members have been actively involved in U.S. and international politics. Individual union members, from the highest ranking officer to the newest rank and file member have testified before Congress on issues ranging from trade and health care to housing and public welfare. Beginning in 1938 and ending in 2009 this collection documents the history of UAW members’ appearances before Congressional Committees. This collection...

UAW Secretary Treasurer's Office: Emil Mazey Records

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Identifier: LR000052
Abstract A long-time member of the Socialist Party, Emil Mazey began his union career with the United Auto Workers at the Briggs Manufacturing Co. He would play leading roles in wage negotiations, organizing locals, and gaining equality for African-American workers. He served as secretary-treasurer of the UAW for over 30 years in addition to stints on the executive boards of both the UAW and the Congress of Industrial Organizations, and directorships of several UAW departments. His records reflect...

UAW Secretary Treasurer's Office: George Addes Records

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Identifier: LR000052_Addes
Abstract Correspondence, reports, UAW International Executive Board minutes, and other office files of Mr. Addes, who served as the UAW's International secretary-treasurer from 1936 to 1947. The papers pertain to organizing, factionalism within the UAW, early UAW strikes, UAW Local Union financial statements, and cases appealed by members of the UAW to the union's International Executive Board.

UAW SEMCAP Records

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Identifier: LR001198
Abstract UAW-SEMCAP was organized in 1970 as a means of integrating union activity with political and community action in a five county area (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, and Washtenaw). The administrative officers during the 1970-73 period consisted of the chairperson, Nelson Jack Edwards; vice-chair, Ken Morris; executive director, Willie W. Felder; and SEMCAP coordinator, Mike Kerwin. The purpose of SEMCAP was to engage in civic, welfare, educational, cultural, political, legislative and other...

UAW Social Security Department: Community Health Association Records

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Identifier: LR000317_CHA
Abstract In 1956, UAW President Walter Reuther enlisted community support for a prepaid group medical practice approach to health care. The purchase of Metropolitan Hospital on Detroit’s west side was the first major step taken to start the plan. The plan was received with great skepticism by many Detroit area physicians, who considered the new approach “socialized medicine,” but the controversy ended in 1959, when the American Medical Association dropped its longstanding ban against prepaid group...

UAW Social Security Department Records

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Identifier: LR000317
Abstract The UAW Social Security Department was organized in 1948 under the direction of Harry Becker. It provides professional and technical advice in designing, implementing, and improving collectively bargained private and public sector employment-related benefits and has provided many gains for union employees in job security and health care, retirement, and unemployment benefits. Their records document the services it provided UAW members as well as its lobbying efforts on behalf of national health...

UAW Special Projects Department Records

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Identifier: LR000646
Abstract Subjects include: administered prices; international automobile industry; profit sharing plans; automobile safety; cost-of-living adjustments; Detroit income tax; European Economic Community; fair labor standards; guaranteed annual wage; international economic development; ILO; McClellan Committee Hearings; multinational corporations; industrial migration; technological unemployment; politics; American economy

UAW Studebaker-Packard Department Records

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Identifier: LR000042
Abstract The United Auto Workers Studebaker-Packard Department was organized shortly after the merger of the two companies in 1954 when economic factors, including automation, were making it necessary for small plants and corporations to combine in order to successfully compete with the larger automobile manufacturers. The department was made up of locals from both companies in Detroit, Southbend, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Canada. The department's records document the years of financial...

UAW Technical, Office, Professional (TOP) Department Records

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Identifier: LR000704
Abstract Subjects include: white collar workers; organizing Packard, Hudson, General Motors, Ford, Chrysler and auto suppliers’ clerical employees, technicians and designers; organizing hospital workers and college and university employees; War Labor Board and NLRB cases; contract negotiations; benefits; TOP international, regional, Michigan and Canadian conferences

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International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America 302
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Industrial Workers of the World 38
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Reuther, Walter, 1907-1970 37
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Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.) 35
United Farm Workers 31
General Motors Corporation 21
Air Line Pilots Association 18
AFSCME 15
Coalition of Labor Union Women (U.S.) 14
Sweeney, John J. 13
Bluestone, Irving 11
International Brotherhood of Teamsters 11
Chrysler Corporation 10
Democratic Party (Mich.) 10
Democratic Party (U.S.) 10
Ford Motor Company 10
Meany, George, 1894-1980 10
Shanker, Albert 10
Wurf, Jerry, 1919- 10
American Federation of Labor 9
United Mine Workers of America 8
United States. National War Labor Board (1942-1945) 8
Zander, Arnold S. (Arnold Scheuer), 1901-1975 8
Smith, Mike (Michael O.) 7
East, Dennis 6
Newspaper Guild 6
United Steelworkers 6
Chapman, Gordon Warner, 1907- 5
Cordtz, Richard 5
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions 5
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Ford Local 600 5
Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee 4
Ames, Joseph Lynn, 1925- 4
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (U.S.) 4
Lucy, William, 1933- 4
National Education Association of the United States 4
National Organization for Women 4
North American Free Trade Agreement (1992 December 17) 4
Socialist Workers Party 4
Stern, Andy 4
Wayne State University 4
American Newspaper Guild 3
Bieber, Owen 3
Ciampa, P.J. 3
Detroit Federation of Teachers 3
Detroit Free Press Co. 3
Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement 3
Gotbaum, Victor 3
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 3
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 1-D 3
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 10 3
Kramer, Leo 3
Kubista, Roy 3
Legere, Ben 3
McFetridge, William 3
National Farm Worker Ministry (U.S.) 3
National Farm Workers Association 3
National Labor Relations Bureau (U.S.) 3
Newspaper Guild of Detroit 3
Pflug, Warner W. 3
Starling, Thomas J. 3
Textile Workers Union of America 3
United States. Labor Management Relations Act, 1947 3
United States. National Labor Relations Board 3
United States. National Mediation Board 3
Weinberg, Nat, 1914?- 3
AFSCME. International Convention 2
American Federation of Teachers. Workers Education Local 189 2
American Postal Workers Union 2
Association of Catholic Trade Unionists 2
Barbour, Alex 2
Barnard, John 2
Bilik, Al 2
Blue Cross Blue Shield 2
California Migrant Ministry 2
Carliner, Lewis 2
Davis, Carrolyn 2
Detroit News (Firm) 2
Detroit Sunday Journal 2
Dillon, Francis J. 2
Donahue, Thomas R. (Thomas Reilly) 2
Farm Labor Organizing Committee (Ohio) 2
Fuller, Alex 2
Gentile, Charles 2
Hatcher, Lillian 2
Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations (University of Michigan--Wayne State University) 2
International Jewelry Workers Union 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 900 (Wayne, Mich.) 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Chrysler Department 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Ford Department 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 22 (Detroit, Mich.) 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. New Directions 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 1-B 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Region 2 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America 2
International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 595 (Linden, N.J.) 2
Itlong, Larry 2
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