Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection represents a bound library in chronological order mainly consisting of ALPA conventions, air safety, collective bargaining agreements, early ALPA history, strikes, wage disputes, and working conditions.
Abstract Records of the office representing the interests of ALPA in the Kansas City, Missouri area. The collection contains information concerning mergers, strikes and safety. Records involving Trans World Airlines is one major subject of interest. Another highlight is a background investigation of ALPA Employment Agreements Department head Lucien Koch.
Abstract The following airlines are covered in this collection: Continental Airlines (CAL), Flying Tiger Line (FTL), Pan American World Airways (PAA), Trans World Airlines (TWA), United Airlines (UAL) and Western Airlines (WAL). Subjects include, engineering and air safety, and Master Executive Council (MEC).
Abstract These records deal with activities of ALPA in the Los Angeles area and are divided into two parts. Part one consists mostly of files concerning various airlines such as Continental, Flying Tiger, Los Angeles, Pan American, Trans World, United, and Western airlines. These take the form of correspondence, minutes, reports. Topics include negotiations, professional standards, mergers, air safety, and the needs of the military for civilian aircraft and crews. Part two...
Abstract The majority of correspondence files and records in this collection relate to the following airlines: American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Trans World Airlines, United Airlines, Western Airlines and Los Angeles Airways. Also included are files on mergers and agreements.
Abstract Correspondence, reports, and financial records pertaining to the activities of ALPA in the Minneapolis, Minnesota, area. These records are divided into two series. The main topics covered are air safety (including accident reports) and finances. Series two contains information concerning the Rall-Lee Refund Account.
Abstract Records documenting the activities of ALPA in the Pacific northwest, particularly with Northwest, and United Airlines. These records are divided into two series and contain correspondence, minutes, reports, grievances, negotiations, strikes, and mergers. Also included are jurisdictional disputes between ALPA and the Flight Engineers Union and between the Airline Stewards & Stewardesses Association and the Transport Workers Union.
Abstract Correspondence, clippings, leaflets, and other files of Mr. Benson, a labor journalist who served as trade union editor of Labor Action and editor of Union Democracy in Action. The papers mainly concern intra-union disputes, particularly fights against corruption within union leadership, including the 1958-61 struggle in Local 88 of the Masters, Mates and Pilots, which led to the ouster and jailing of the International president; the 1949-50 factional dispute within the National Maritime Union;...
Abstract A captain with Northwest Airlines, Mr. Rockwell has held many important positions in the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA): central safety chairman of NWA; area safety chairman, Region HI; alternate of the Accident Investigation Committee; chairman of the Master Executive Council; member of the Local Executive Council I; and chairman of the Pilot Negotiating Committee. Official notices, newsletters, handwritten notes, legal dockets, correspondence, charts, and maps reflect his work on these...
Abstract The Vertical Files Collection is comprised of newspaper clippings, articles, pamphlets, public relations materials, and other ephemera related to the Reuther Library’s urban affairs and labor collections.
Abstract These papers primarily consist of various meetings and special projects of ALPA. Most of it is related to the ALPA Board of Directors and Executive Board for the 1960s and early 1970s. The material was collected by Mr. Davis, but generated by ALPA.