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Labor

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 335 Collections and/or Records:

ALPA Los Angeles Joint Council Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000431
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...

ALPA Los Angeles Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000247_LA
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.

ALPA Minneapolis Joint Council Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000429
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.

ALPA Seattle Joint Council Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000430
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.

Alton Cobb Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000329
Abstract Alton Cobb served as president of AFSCME Local 26. He also served as secretary-treasurer of AFSCME's Detroit Council 77 during this time period. The trusteeship of Local 26 began during Cobb's tenure, and his papers largely reflect this conflict. His papers include executive board minutes; correspondence; and legal and financial papers centering on disputes over the trusteeship of Local 26 and Council 77.

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America & Midwestern States Joint Board Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR001077
Abstract The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Detroit and Midwestern States Joint Board date back to 1896 as the Journeymen Tailors, now Local 229, which became part of the Amalgamated in 1936. The Amalgamated began organizing among laundry workers and retail and department store employees during the 1940's, forming the Central States Joint Board. The collection consists of records of the Joint Board and member locals, predominately covering the 1940's-1950's.

American Association of Flint & Lime Glass Manufacturers Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR001590
Abstract The records of the American Association of Flint and Lime Glass Manufacturers are copies of originals owned by James S. Measell, Associate Professor of Communication in the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts at Wayne State University. They primarily document meetings of the AAFLGM.

Andrew Court Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP001299
Abstract Andrew Court served as an economist for the Automobile Manufacturers Association (AMA) and General Motors. Mr. Court’s papers reflect his work with these two organizations.

Ann Blankenhorn Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000411
Abstract Ann Blankenhorn investigated and publicized the social and economic conditions in the textile, clothing, and coal mining industries in the 1920s and 30s with special emphasis on women and children. Also included are papers relating to the WPA (1934) and the imprisonment of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn in the 1950s. Important correspondents are Peter Blume and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. The materials consist of correspondence (1931-68), personal notebooks, diaries, and address books.

Anna Melissa Graves Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000708
Abstract An associate of Peruvian political leader, Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, Anna Melissa Graves led efforts to liberate de la Torre during his imprisonment by the Peruvian government. Ms. Graves’ papers document de La Torre’s imprisonment and describe the political and social conditions of South America from the 1920’s to the 1940’s.

Anna Melissa Graves Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: LAV000708
Abstract An associate of Peruvian political leader, Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, Anna Melissa Graves led efforts to liberate de la Torre during his imprisonment by the Peruvian government. Collection consists of photographic prints of de la Torre and other unidentified persons.

Architectural Engineering Employees: Detroit Chapter Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000618
Abstract The records of the AEE: Detroit Chapter consist of a paper and appendices prepared by James Skalski relating to efforts to unionize the professional and technical staffs of the architectural firms in the Detroit Metropolitan area.They reflect the problems of organizing professional groups such as engineers and architects.

Arthur W. Calhoun Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000503
Abstract Arthur Calhoun was an author of many published books, a scholar, and a teacher at a large number of American universities, focusing largely on economics and sociology. His papers reflect both his personal and professional interests and are mainly comprised of manuscripts of his writings on subjects as diverse as religion, history, workers education, gerontology, and the humanities.

Association for Union Democracy Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR001085
Abstract The Association for Union Democracy grew out of the publication of Union Democracy in Action, a newsletter created by Herman Benson in 1959 to promote democracy within unions. The records of the Association for Union Democracy reflect Herman Benson's interest in the struggles for democracy within unions, particularly the painters', seamen's and steelworkers' unions. To a lesser degree, the papers reflect his interest in general labor concerns.

Association of Catholic Trade Unionists of Detroit Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000291
Abstract Correspondence, speeches, newspapers and clippings, pamphlets, and handbills. The Association of Catholic Trade Unionists of Detroit was a liberal Roman Catholic group organized in 1938 to strengthen the trade union movement along Christian lines. The main project of the Detroit chapter was the publication of the Michigan Labor Leader, which eventually became the Wage Earner. The paper took a leading role in the campaign against communism. In addition to publishing the newspaper, the ACTU...

Association of Flight Attendants: Dallas Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000981
Abstract The Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) formed in 1973 after the Stewards and Stewardesses Division of the Air Line Pilots Association broke to form an independent association. The records of the AFA-Dallas Collection relate primarily to organizational proceedings of the international union.

Automotive Salesmen's Association Records

 Collection — Small Processed Collections: A - Bo, Box 1, Folder: 7
Identifier: LR000885
Abstract Ford and Chrysler dealership sales staff unionization.

Barry Roderick Papers

 Collection — Small Processed Collections: O-R, Box 12, Folder: 14
Identifier: LP001333
Abstract The papers of historian and collector Barry Roderick relate to left-wing political activities in Alaska. Included are flyers announcing events sponsored by the Juneau-Douglas Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and the Juneau Third World Perspective.

Bernard Schuck Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000989
Abstract Bernard Schuck worked for many years for the Guide Lamp division of General Motors at their Anderson, Indiana plant. He edited The Lampmaker, the plant’s union paper, published by UAW Local 663. After he retired from Guide Lamp, he went on to edit the newsletter for the Midwest Labor Press Association. He was an active member of the labor press throughout his life.His papers reflect his participation in various labor press association conferences, and his years as a news editor....

Bob Barber Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP001252
Abstract Bob Barber worked as a journalist, writing for the United Farm Workers publication, El Malcriado, reporting for KSAN and KPFA radio stations in California’s Bay Area, and as a freelance writer. Mr. Barber’s papers center on his work covering California farm labor election issues.

British Columbia Teachers' Federation Records

 Collection — Small Processed Collections: Br - Col, Box 2, Folder: 2
Identifier: LR000871
Abstract Teaching labor history in Canada.

Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR001535
Abstract The Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees (BMWE) was founded at Demopolis, Alabama, in July, 1887 under the name of the Order of Railroad Trackmen, and eventually came to include all workers who build and maintain the tracks, bridges, buildings and other structures of the railroads. Its Grand Lodge headquarters was permanently established in Detroit, Michigan in 1913, and is comprised of System Divisions or Federations, each of which has under its jurisdiction one or more railroad systems...

C. Z. Lindsey Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000534
Abstract As Grand Lodge Representative of the International Association of Machinists (IAM), C. Z. Lindsey participated in IAM labor negotiations with Aerojet General Corporation. Mr. Lindsey’s papers reflect his involvement with the IAM and document the proceedings of the IAM/Aerojet negotiations.

Carl Person Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000230
Abstract Affidavits, correspondence, notes, proceedings, membership lists, and miscellaneous materials relating to the strike against the Illinois Central and Harriman Lines (1911-15); testimony, notes, proceedings, correspondence, and clippings pertaining to Mr. Person's trial for killing a strike-breaker (1914); correspondence, credentials, and other items pertaining to Mr. Person's expulsion from the International Association of Machinists (1916-20); strike bulletins; photographs; and memorabilia....