David L. Cole Papers

Collection Number: 5588

Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
David L. Cole Papers, 1940-1975
Collection Number:
5588
Creator:
Cole, David L.
Quantity:
117.5 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Case files.
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Correspondence, reports, minutes, and related materials.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

David Lawrence Cole was a graduate of Harvard University (BS., 1921) and Fairleigh Dickinson University (LL.B., 1924, LL.D., 1964.) Although he practiced law in Paterson, N.J. from 1926 until his death as senior partner in the law firm of Cole, Berman & Belksy, David Cole will chiefly be remembered for a distinguished career as a government arbitrator and mediator. In this field he served on numerous state and federal boards and in various governmental agencies. Cole was chairman of the New Jersey State Board of Mediation; a public member of Region 2, United States War Labor Board; and chairman of the Presidential Boards of Inquiry in the bituminous coal industry (1948) and in the longshore industry (1953, 1968). Cole was also a member or chairman of numerous Presidential Emergency Boards which settled disputes in the railroad and airline industries (1948-1958); the chairman of the conciliation service for the New York City transit service (1961-1965); director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (1952-1953); chairman of the New Jersey Governor's Committee on Public Utility Strike Service (1952-1953); member of the President's Labor-Management Advisory Committee (1961-1964); and member of the New York Governor's Public Employee Relations Committee (1966-1968), which established the New York State Public Employee Relations Board. Cole was also appointed as chairman of the President's Commission on Industrial Peace in 1973.
Beyond his public service, Mr. Cole was active as a counsel for employer groups in the textile industry (1926-1942) and as an impartial chairman for other labor-management contract disputes. He was also impartial arbitrator for the AFL-CIO Internal Disputes Plan (1954-1976), served as a visiting professor at the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University (1954-1955) and was Kestenbaum lecturer at Harvard in 1962. Mr. Cole was the author of INDUSTRIAL PEACE (1963).

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Includes notes (hand-written and typed), correspondence, reports, minutes, and related materials documenting Cole's career as a government official, lawyer, arbitrator and mediator. Also includes over 750 arbitration awards, decisions, and related documents (arranged, for the most part, alphabetically by name of company) for cases arbitrated by Cole, primarily in the textile, garment, steel, meat-packing, maritime, longshore, farm implement, and transportation industries.
SUBJECTS

Names:
AFL-CIO
Airline Stewards and Stewardesses Association
Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad
Aloha Airlines
Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employees of America
Amalgamated Transit Union
American Airlines, Inc.
American Arbitration Association
American Arbitration Association. Labor Management Institute
American Communications Association
American Federation of Government Employees
American Federation of Labor
American Federation of Musicians
American Federation of Radio Artists
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
American Newspaper Guild
Androscoggin Mills
Atlantic Steamship Company
Babcock and Wilcox
Bobbie Brooks, Inc.
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen
Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees
Carnegie Steel Company
Civil Service Employees Association (N.Y.)
Cleveland Tankers
Communications Workers of America
Defense Plant Corporation
Duplan Corporation
Eastern Air Lines, Inc.
Flight Engineers' International Association
General Electric Company
Harvard University
Inland Steel Company
International Air Line Pilots Association
International Association of Machinists
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America
International Fur and Leather Workers' Union.
International Harvester Company
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union
International Ladies Garment Workers Union. Educational Institute of North Jersey.
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers.
Joint Council on Economic Education
Jonathan Logan, Inc.
Kaiser Steel Corporation
Karagheusian Carpet Company
Lehigh River Mill, Inc.
Major League Baseball Players Association
Maritime Service Commission
Metropolitan Opera Association, Inc.
Missile Sites Labor Commission (U.S.)
National Citizens' Commission (U.S.)
National League of Professional Baseball Clubs
National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association
New Jersey. Governor's Committee on Legislation Relating to Public Utility Disputes
New Jersey. State Mediation Board
New Jersey Telephone Company
New Jersey Worsted Mills
New York and New Jersey Milk Distributors Committee
New York Central Railroad
New York City Omnibus Company
New York City Transit Authority
New York Herald Tribune
New York (N.Y.). Board of Education.
New York Printing Pressmen's Union
New York (State). Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations.
New York (State). Labor Relations Act.
New York (State). Public Employees' Fair Employment Act.
New York (State). Public Employment Relations Board.
New York (State). Taylor Act (Public Employees' Fair Employment), 1958.
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations
New York Telephone Company
New York World Telegram
Newspaper Guild of New York
Office and Professional Employees International Union
Pacific and Far East Lines
Pan American World Airways, Inc.
Paterson (N.J.). City Council.
Pepperell Manufacturing
Philadelphia Phillies (Baseball team)
Prudential Steamship lines
Public Interstate Company
Public Service Coordinated Transport
Publishers' Association of New York City
R.H. Macy and Company
R. Neumann and Company
Railway Express Agency
Remington Rand, Inc.
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union
Ronson Corporation
Screen Actors Guild
Screen Office and Professional Employees Guild
Seafarers' International Union of North America
Sperry Company
Standard and Poor Corporation
Swift and Company
Tanker Service Committee
Textile Workers' Union of America
Toledo Labor-Management Citizens' Committee
Trans World Airlines, Inc.
Transport Workers Union of America
Twentieth Century-Fox Corporation
Uniformed Fire Officers Union (New York, N.Y.)
United Air Lines, Inc.
United Artists Corporation
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America
United Federation of Teachers
United Office and Professional Workers of America, International.
United Packinghouse Workers of America
United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees of America
United States. Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Relations in Atomic Energy Installations.
United States. Advisory Panel on Taft-Hartley Revision.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations.
United States. Dept. of Labor.
United States. Dept. of Labor.
United States. Employment Act of 1946.
United States. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.
United States. National Labor Relations Board.
United States. National War Labor Board (1942-1945)
United States. Steel Commission.
United States. Northern Textile Commission.
United States. Milk Commission.
United States. President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy.
United States. Wage Stabilization Board.
United States Line Company
United States Steel Corporation
United Steelworkers of America
Western Union Telegraph Company
Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Anderson, Arvid
Bechtel, Stephen
Bernstein, Irving, 1916-
Binion, Russell
Boulware, Lemuel R., 1895-
Brennan, Peter J.
Brennan, William J.
Brownlow, J. A.
Chamberlain, Neil W. (Neil Wolverton), 1915-
Ching, Cyrus S. (Cyrus Stuart), 1876-1967.
Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977.
Coughlin, Howard
Cox, Archibald, 1912-
Crowley, Joseph R.
Dinwoodey, Dean
Doherity, Theresa
Donahue, Charles, 1941-
Donahue, Thomas R., 1928-
Dunlop, John T. (John Thomas), 1914-
Durham, Howard
Edge, Walter Evans, 1873-1956
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969
Feinsinger, N. P. (Nathan P.), 1902-
Ford, Gerald, 1913-
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965
Garrison, Lloyd
Goldberg, Arthur J.
Gudeman, Edward
Hall, Paul
Hampton, Robert
Helsby, Robert
Herzog, Paul M.
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
Kerr, Clark, 1911-
Kheel, Theodore Woodrow
Larry, R. Heath
Leiserson, William
Lester, Richard Allen, 1908-
Lieberman, Abraham
Mann, Keith
McDonald, David J. (David John), 1912-1978
McKelvey, Jean Trepp
Meany, George, 1894-
Miller, Marvin Julian, 1914-
Moskow, Michael H.
Neufeld, Maurice F.
Nickerson, John
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-
Nulty, Grace
Perlman, Selig, 1888-1959
Rehmus, Charles
Reuther, Victor G., 1912-
Reuther, Walter, 1907-1970
Roberts, Harold Selig, 1911-1970
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979
Scheiber, Israel Ben
Seward, Ralph T. (Ralph Theodore), 1907-
Shultz, George P.
Slichter, Sumner H. (Sumner Huber), 1892-1959
Sprague, Charles
Taft, Philip, 1902-
Taylor, George William, 1901-
Travis, H., major
Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
Usery, William J.
Vatalaro, Ralph
Wallace, Walter
Wirtz, Willard, 1912-
Wolff, Sidney
Woodcock, Leonard

Subjects:
Absenteeism. Arbitration, Industrial. United States
Arbitration, Industrial. Agricultural machine industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Airlines. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Aircraft industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Broadcasting. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Clothing industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Dairy processing. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Education. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Electric utilities. New York (N.Y.)
Arbitration, Industrial. Electric industries. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Entertainment industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Firefighters. New York (N.Y.)
Arbitration, Industrial. Food industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Fur trade. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Law and legislation. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Meat industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Merchant marine. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Newspaper publishing. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Public utilities. New Jersey.
Arbitration, Industrial. Publishing. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Railroads. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Retail trade. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Sports industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Steel industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Stevedores. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Telecommunication. New Jersey.
Arbitration, Industrial. Telecommunication. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Textile industry. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Transportation. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. United States. Cases.
Arbitration, Industrial. Women's clothing industry. United States.
Arbitrators, Industrial.
Atomic Power. Law and legislation. England.
Atomic energy industries. Industrial relations. United States.
Bargaining unit. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Bargaining unit. Civil service. United States.
Civil defense and industrial relations. United States.
Coal mining industry. United States. State supervision.
Collective bargaining. Civil service. New York (State).
Collective bargaining. Civil service. United States.
Collective bargaining. Construction industry. United States.
Collective bargaining. Education. New York (State)
Collective bargaining. Public utilities. New Jersey.
Collective bargaining. Steel industry. United States.
Collective bargaining. Stevedores. West (U.S.)
Collective bargaining. United States. State supervision.
Communism. United States. Public opinion.
Discrimination in employment. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Employee fringe benefits. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Employee fringe benefits. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Employees, Dismissal of. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Employees, Transfer of. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Grievance procedures. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Grievance procedures. Civil service. New York (State)
Grievance procedures. Petroleum industry. United States.
Grievance procedures. United States. State supervision.
Guided missile bases. Industrial relations. United States.
Hospitals. Industrial relations. New York (State).
Hours of labor. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Hours of labor. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Industrial relations. United States. State supervision.
Industrial safety. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Job descriptions. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Job descriptions. Textile industry. United States.
Job security. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Job vacancies. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Labor discipline. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Labor disputes. Air lines. United States.
Labor disputes. Civil service. United States.
Labor disputes. Civil service. Law and legislation. United States.
Labor disputes. Coal mining industry. United States. State supervision.
Labor disputes. Education. New York (State)
Labor disputes. Entertainment industry. United States.
Labor disputes. Fire fighters. New York (State)
Labor disputes. Law and legislation. United States.
Labor disputes. Merchant marine. United States.
Labor disputes. New Jersey. State supervision.
Labor disputes. Police. New York (State)
Labor disputes. Public utilities. New Jersey.
Labor disputes. Steel industry. United States. State supervision.
Labor disputes. Stevedores. United States. State supervision.
Labor disputes. United States. State supervision.
Labor injunction. Coal mining industry. United States.
Labor-management cooperation. United States.
Labor productivity. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Layoffs. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Management rights. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Mediation and conciliation. Coal mining industry. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Air lines. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Civil service. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Laundry industry. New Jersey.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Merchant marine. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Railroads. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Stevedores. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States. Cases.
Misconduct. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Nationalization. Coal mining industry. United States.
Newspaper publishing. Technological innovations. United States.
Open and closed shop. Law and legislation. United States.
Open and closed shop. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Open and closed shop. Railroads. United States.
Paid nonwork time. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Pensions. United States. State supervision.
Performance appraisal. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Position classification. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Promotions. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Railroad employees, Minority.
Retirement. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Retirement. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Seniority, Employee. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Steel industry. United States. State supervision.
Stevedores. United States. State supervision.
Strikes and lockouts. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Civil service. Law and legislation. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Civil service. New York (State).
Strikes and lockouts. Coal mining industry. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Law and legislation. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Merchant marine. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Public utilities. New Jersey.
Strikes and lockouts. Sanitation workers. New York (N.Y.)
Strikes and lockouts. Steel industry. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. United States. State supervision.
Trade-union expulsion. United States.
Trade-union merger. United States.
Trade-union security. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Trade-union security. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Trade-unions. Government employees. New York (State)
Trade-unions. Government employees. United States.
Trade- unions. Newspaper employees. United States. Jurisdictional disputes.
Trade-unions. Railroads. United States.
Trade-unions. United States. Minority membership.
Unemployment. United States. State supervision.
Wages. Air lines. United States.
Wages. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Wages. Civil service. New York (State)
Wages. Civil service. United States.
Wages. Law and legislation. New Jersey.
Wages. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Wages. Merchant marine. United States.
Wages. Minimum wage. Law and legislation. New Jersey.
Wages. Railroads. United States.
Wages. Steel industry. United States.
Wages. Stevedores. United States.
Weekly rest-day. White collar workers.
Work assignments. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Work rules. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Work rules. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.
Workers' compensation. Civil service. New Jersey. Paterson.
Workers' compensation. United States. State supervision.
Working conditions. Arbitration, Industrial. United States.
Working conditions. Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. United States.

Geographic Subjects:
United States. Economic conditions, 1945-
United States. Economic policy. 1961-
United States. Foreign economic relations.

Form and Genre Terms:
Case files.


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CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1 Folder 1 1944-1975
With American Bar Association re soliciting new members and serving on various committees; Irving Abramson, Labor Advisor, Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Community Services Committee; American Management Association re book review of Cy Ching's Review and Reflection; other routine and personal.
Box 1 Folder 2-4 1970-1977
Includes correspondence with Walter Diehl (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Technicians) re conflict with National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians; with Thomas Donahue, Executive Assistant to George Meany discussing various cases and decisions re AFL(American Federation of Labor)-CIO Internal Disputes Plan; includes handwritten notes with George Meany re decisions made by Impartial Umpires and statement by Meany on "Detente"; personal and routine.
Box 1 Folder 5-7 1943-1974
With Wight Bakke; Jules Backman; Solomon Barkin, Textile Workers of America; with William Bristol, Bristol-Myers Co. and Joseph Brophy, Secretary of State of New Jersey re Cole's not being reappointed as Chairman of New Jersey State Mediation Board (1945); other routine and personal.
Box 1 Folder 8-11 1944-1969
Joseph A. Califano, Jr., Special Assistant to the President, thanking Cole for all his work which helped end the longshoremen dispute (1969); M. P. Catherwood, Dean, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations (NYSSILR) re Cole speaking at school convocation and his continuing as a visiting professor (1955); Robert B. Chiperfield, U.S. Congressman re government taking over railroads (1952); personal with son Charles, at Harvard, and daughter Elizabeth, at Vassar; Archibald Cox, Professor, Law School, Harvard University and Chairman, National Wage Stabilization Board re report on union-shop issue of non-operating brotherhoods case (1952) and letter congratulating Cox on appointment as chairman of the board; other routine and personal.
Box 2 Folder 1-2 1944-1955
With John T. Dunlop, Harvard University and Office of Economic Stabilization re various cases and other personal; routine.
Box 2 Folder 3 1945-1955
Leverett Edwards, Chairman, National Mediation Board re airlines and other cases; letter to President Dwight David Eisenhower from John Eastman, AAA President, recommending Cole's reappointment as Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; letter from President Eisenhower thanking Cole for his kind sentiments; other routine and personal.
Box 2 Folder 4-7 1944-1958
I. Robert Feinberg, Arbitrator, re setting up a labor conference; Nathan P. Feinsinger, National War Labor Board (routine and personal) tries to convince Cole to serve on Wage Stabilization Board and discusses Cole's involvement in several cases including work with Harvester; congratulations re Cole's receiving 7th Annual "Brotherhood Award" at National Conference of Christians and Jews; with Jerome Fenton, U.S. Department of Defense, outlining his position and responsibilities in the Department and his involvement with the industrial security program and ideas for improvement, encourages Cole to contact Secretary of Labor James Mitchell re employment; with R. W. Fleming, Director, Industrial Relations Research Association, of which Cole was Legal Counsel, re various Association matters, Cole's teaching at Cornell University; Felix Frankfurter, U.S. Supreme Court re arranging appointment to discuss functions of emergency boards and other routine; other personal and routine..
Box 3 Folder 1-4 1945-1967
With Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Supreme Court and U.N. Representative (1952-67) re Cole receiving critical fan mail due to a "union-shop report" and re appointment as member of Cole to Missile Sites Labor Commission and personal and routine; with J. W. Greenwood, Jr., Associate Director, FMCS re bringing Cole up to Date on developments in Washington with the FMCS; other routine and personal..
Box 3 Folder 5-10 1944-1965
Harry B. Haines, Paterson Evening News, re personal, re Cole's work on the steel panel; Harvard University, Paul H. Buck, Dean of Faculty re asking Cole to write recommendation for John T. Dunlop; Harvard University re alumni information; Paul M. Herzog, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Chairman and later Associate Dean, Harvard Graduate School re personal; with Carl Holderman, New Jersey State CIO Council, re Senator Sparkman's voting record against the original Taft-Hartley Act; John Hope, Specialist on Industrial Relations, Fisk University re requesting information on the subject of racial discrimination by the non-operating railroad union and Cole's reply; Senator and Vice-President Hubert Humphrey re Cole's participation as a member of the National Citizen's Committee on International Cooperation and routine; other routine and personal..
Box 3 Folder 1115 1964-1976
Correspondence with company and union officials re arbitration/mediation on cases - concerning scheduling arbitration hearing dates, appeals, bills for services, memos, form letters..
Box 3 Folder 16 1951-1954
Irving Ives (Senator) re his (Ives) appointment as President of the 36th International Labor Office Conference; other routine and personal.
Box 4 Folder 1 1944-1968
Lyndon B. Johnson, President, letter requesting Secretary Wirtz and Secretary Hodges to get up meeting of the Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy with Cole, appointing Cole Chairman of the Emergency Board; expressing gratitude for Coles's work on Presidential Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy and accepting his resignation; letter expressing gratitude for Cole's work in connection with Missile Sites Labor Commission and letter appointing Cole as special mediator in the East and Gulf Coast Longshore dispute; and other routine.
Box 4 Folder 2 1952-1953
Joint Council on Economic Education. Routine.
Box 4 Folder 3-6 1944-1963
John F. Kennedy, President - letter appointing Cole member of Emergency Board - Pan American and Transport Workers Union (TWU), letter thanking Cole for his work as Chairman of Board of Inquiry in the maritime industry labor dispute, letter terminating the Board of Inquiry and thanking Cole again; letter from Kennedy (Senator) re thanking Cole for his willingness to serve on a panel to advise the Committee with respect to amendments to the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and setting up an organizational meeting, letter thanking him for serving; letter from Robert Kennedy, Attorney General re meeting at White House which Cole attended concerning lawyers and affirmative action; Clark Kerr, routine; Theodore W. Kheel re personal and routine; with Leo Kotin, arbitrator, re various arbitration cases; other routine and personal.
Box 4 Folder 7-9 1944-1964
William M. Leiserson, routine; John L. Lewis, President, United Mine Workers (UMW) - letter informing Cole he cannot attend session at NYSSILR, letter thanking Cole for his kind words upon Lewis' retirement; other routine and personal.
Box 4 Folder 10-14 1944-1955
Lois MacDonald, New York University re labor relations in the milk industry; with Professor Jean McKelvey, Cornell University, re Cole's teaching at Cornell and other mutual interests - arbitration, AFL-CIO umpireship; Whitley C. McCoy, Director, FMCS; with John McGinley, of McGinley Mills, Inc. re his employees wishing to withdraw from union; with U.S. Department of Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell re Mitchell's participation in a labor conference at Cornell University, thanking Cole for his work as Chairman of Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Relations in Atomic Energy; with Edward R. Murrow, CBS, personal; other routine and personal.
Box 4 Folder 15 1954-1955
Correspondence with various officers of the organization re organizing chapter in Passaic County with Cole's assistance; fund raising, membership, etc.
Box 5 Folder 1-4 1944-1960
With National Industrial Conference Board re attending discussion meetings, etc.; National War Labor Board, routine; New Jersey Board of Mediation re mediation cases; New York School of Social Work re Cole teaching a course and routine; New York State Board of Mediation re labor mediator applicants and the interview method (with George Taylor and others); Richard M. Nixon thanking Cole for his work during the longshore negotiations; other routine and personal.
Box 5 Folder 5-6 1944-1954
Frank O'Connell, Assistant Secretary of Defense re routine and personal; other routine and personal.
Box 5 Folder 7-10 1944-1955
With Selig Perlman, University of Wisconsin re literary, collective bargaining theories, Railway Labor Act, personal and routine; other routine and personal.
Box 5 Folder 11 1950
Routine.
Box 5 Folder 12-13
With Victor Riesel, Post-Hall Syndicate, Inc. re articles on New York City Transit dispute, diesel dispute, and routine; with Nelson Rockefeller re Rockefeller Commission thanking Cole for his work on the Governor's Special Committee to study the employer and employee relations in public service and letter thanking Cole for his support during Rockefeller's presidential nomination campaign.
Box 6 Folder 1-3 1952-1954
Secretary to Mr. Cole - correspondence while he was out of town concerning official business matters.
Box 6 Folder 4-13 1944-1956
With Ralph T. Seward, arbitrator and personal friend; Sumner H. Slichter, Harvard University; Lewis L. Strauss, (Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission) re personal; other routine and personal.
Box 7 Folder 1-3 1945-1954
With George W. Taylor, Chairman, National War Labor Board re various cases and personal and other subjects of mutual interest; Textile Workers of America with various correspondents re grievances; Harry S Truman - letters appointing Cole as member of Steel Industry Board (1949) and Cole asking Truman for a photograph; other routine and personal.
Box 7 Folder 4 1944-1955
Routine and personal.
Box 7 Folder 5-9 1944-1955
W. Willard Wirtz, Professor, Northwestern University (Secretary, Department of Labor) re report on union shop issue, thanking Cole for serving on Missile Sites Commission and miscellaneous; Sidney A. Wolff re various cases and congratulating Cole on being selected as permanent umpire for International Harvester and other routine and personal.
Box 7 Folder 10 1943-1955
Routine and personal.
Box 8 Folder 1 1954-1957
Committee's Report.
Box 8 Folder 2-3 1954-1957
Committee's Report and correspondence.
Box 8 Folder 4-7 1954-1957
Articles pertinent to Atomic Energy.
Box 8 Folder 8-11 1954-1957
Expenses.
Box 9 Folder 1-6
Committee Reports.
Box 9 Folder 7-8 1954-1957
Cole's notes.
Box 9 Folder 9-11 1954-1957
Sprague, Nickerson Reports; letters from J. Keith Mann and J. A. Brownlow.
Box 10 Folder 1
Correspondence.
Box 10 Folder 2-4
Miscellaneous.
Box 10 Folder 5 1948-1950
Case notes.
Box 10 Folder 6-9 1948-1950
Correspondence.
Box 10 Folder 10 1948
Stenographer's minutes before FMCS Board of Inquiry, 6/21/48.
Box 10 Folder 11-12 1948
Stenographer's minutes before FMCS Board of Inquiry, 6/22/48.
Box 10 Folder 13 1948
Stenographer's minutes before FMCS Board of Inquiry, 6/23/48.
Box 10 Folder 14 1948
Stenographer's minutes before FMCS Board of Inquiry, 6/24/48.
Box 10 Folder 15 1948-1950
Coal Board of Inquiry, cont.
Box 11 Folder 1-2 1948-1950
Committee Reports.
Box 11 Folder 3 1948
"Principal Documents in 1948 Bituminous Coal Wage Negotiations."
Box 11 Folder 4 1948-1950
Statements for injunctions.
Box 11 Folder 5-8 1948-1950
Statements of witnesses before Board.
Box 11 Folder 9 1950
Agreement of 1950 - communications from John L. Lewis to UMW membership.
Box 11 Folder 10 1948-1950
Miscellaneous - includes newspaper clippings, travel vouchers, etc.
Box 11 Folder 11-14 1967
Notes from meetings - transcripts.
Box 12 Folder 1 1968
Economic Report of the President, February 1968, together with Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers.
Box 12 Folder 2
Miscellaneous, including travel vouchers and correspondence with Arthur Okun (Chairman of Council of Economic Advisors) regarding Task Force on Wage-Price Policy.
Box 12 Folder 3
Recommendations of Task Force on Wage-Price Policy, Interim Report of Task Force, Memorandum to President from Chairman of Council of Economic Advisors Okun and Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents.
Box 12 Folder 4 1969
Consultant - FMCS. Includes correspondence with J. Curtis Counts, Director of Services.
Box 12 Folder 5
Travel vouchers, etc.
Box 12 Folder 6 1962
Information on Canadian Maritime Union - Seafarers International Union dispute; correspondence, Board of Inquiry Reports, factual background on dispute.
Box 12 Folder 7 1962
Information on Canadian Maritime Union - Seafarers International Union dispute; correspondence, Board of Inquiry Reports, factual background on dispute.
Box 12 Folder 8
"Statement of Seafarers International Union of North America, AFL-CIO, In the Matter of the Dispute with Upper Lakes Shipping Company and its Subsidiaries," includes exhibits for the case.
Box 13 Folder 1 1951
Economic Cooperation Administration Includes correspondence with John Nickerson, Chairman, and announcement of the creation of this administration.
Box 13 Folder 2 1951
Economic Stabilization Agency. Includes correspondence with Allan Valentine, Administrator; travel vouchers, etc.
Box 13 Folder 3-4
Correspondence with Frederick Livingston concerning creation of Public Employee Relations Board; with George W. Tayler, Chairman of the Committee, re bill to replace Cordin-Wadlin Act.
Box 13 Folder 5-6
Memoranda to members of the Committee from E. Wight Bakke, New York Chamber of Commerce, and George Taylor, concerning public employee relations, means to avoid strikes in public sector, etc.
Box 13 Folder 7 1957
Old Documents for Committee Use Includes statements concerning 1957 amendment to NLRA with respect to conciliation of labor disputes.
Box 13 Folder 8-10
Staff Study Papers 1-13 on various aspects of New York State Public Employee Relations: history, legislation, enforcement, etc.
Box 13 Folder 11
Travel vouchers.
Box 13 Folder 121-4 1966
Drafts of Committee reports, and public hearings of the Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations.
Box 14 Folder 1 1966
Interim Reports of Committee, March 31, 1966.
Box 14 Folder 2
Final Reports.
Box 14 Folder 3
D. L. Cole's notes on Committee work.
Box 14 Folder 4
Proposed amendments to Cordin-Wadlin Act and copies of the Taylor Act.
Box 14 Folder 5
Miscellaneous Includes newspaper and magazine articles, American Bar Association and other relevant materials.
Box 14 Folder 6
Miscellaneous Bibliography of Public Sector Relations, related articles.
Box 14 Folder 7
"Deterrents and Penalties" - statement of the Committee concerning no-strike principle in public sector.
Box 14 Folder 8-10
New York Civil Service Employees Association Legislative information, ballots, constitution and by-laws, chapter officers' manual, membership reports, etc.
Box 15 Folder 1
Legal opinions concerning constitutionality of the no-strike clause of the Taylor law.
Box 15 Folder 2
Statement of procedures under the Taylor law, guidelines for local public employers' and employees' organizations on Taylor law, press releases concerning Taylor law decisions.
Box 15 Folder 3 1968
Reports on the beginning months of the Taylor law..
Box 15 Folder 4
New York City Procedures - Taylor Law. Correspondence with Office of Collective Bargaining.
Box 15 Folder 5 1965
Public Employee Labor Relations - Selected Materials - Cordin- Wadlin Law, Rosetti Bill. 1965, etc.
Box 15 Folder 6 1965
Related Documents.
Box 15 Folder 7
Releases of Public Employment Relations Board.
Box 15 Folder 8
"The Taylor Law and the Strike Ban" by Donald Wollett, "Teacher Negotiations and School Decentralization" by Michael Moskow and Kenneth McLennan.
Box 15 Folder 9
Issues of PERB News, and releases of the New York Chamber of Commerce regarding the Taylor law.
Box 16 Folder 1 1968
David L. Cole's notes on the Governor's Conference on Public Employee Relations, October 14-16, 1968.
Box 16 Folder 2-5
Governor's Conference on Public Employment Relations Remarks, correspondence, etc.
Box 16 Folder 6 1968-1969
Memoranda to members of the Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations from Richard Willfield. 12/68-1/69.
Box 16 Folder 7 1968
Interim Committee Reports. May 1968.
Box 16 Folder 8 1968
Interim Committee Reports. June 1968.
Box 16 Folder 9 1967
Miscellaneous file used by Cole Includes report by Ted Kheel on A. J. Travia's report on Taylor law; PERB articles; newspaper articles; "Arbitration and Federal Rights under Collective Agreements in 1967" by Edgar Sores and Peter Anderson.
Box 16 Folder 10
Miscellaneous file used by Cole Includes PERB's report on first 6 months of Taylor Law by Robert Hebsby and Cole's notes on this report. Also statement of Office of Collective Bargaining on Public Employee Relations.
Box 16 Folder 11
Miscellaneous Includes Cole's comments on Kheel's report (ff 9); pamphlet "Good Government" by George Taylor, Jerry Wurf, and Jerome Lefkowitz.
Box 16 Folder 12 1968
Recalling of Taylor Committee by Governor Rockefeller; correspondence re the Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations, 1968.
Box 17 Folder 1 1954
Committee's Report to the Governor, 9/54, includes letter to the Governor from the Committee.
Box 17 Folder 2
Committee's Report to the Governor, with corrections and notes
Box 17 Folder 3-4
Drafts of Part I of the Report: "The Problem: Summary of Government Experiences, Analysis, and Conclusions," includes notes and corrections
Box 17 Folder 5
Drafts of Part V of the Report: "The Committee's Findings and Recommendations," includes notes and corrections.
Box 17 Folder 6-7
Cole's copies of Committee's report, includes his notes, and correspondence with other committee members concerning the drafts
Box 17 Folder 8
Committee Secretary Allan Weisenfeld's notes on Committee meetings
Box 17 Folder 9
David Cole's notes on Committee work.
Box 17 Folder 10-12
Correspondence. Includes correspondence with Committee members Carl Fulda, Richard Lester, Art Carpenter, Allan Weisenfeld and respondents to a questionnaire prepared by the committee
Box 18 Folder 1
Miscellaneous related publications. Includes copies of related congressional acts. "State Powers in Labor Relations" by Helen Shaffer; analysis of New Jersey Statute Concerning Labor Disputes by Sol Kapelsohn; Congressional records; "Strike Controls in Essential Industries" by Herbert Northrup.
Box 18 Folder 2 1954
Miscellaneous related publications. "Work Stoppages," U.S. Department of Labor, Monthly Report (4/54); "Monthly Report - Current Wage Developments"; American Bar Association papers; "Compulsory Arbitration of Utility Disputes in New Jersey and Pennsylvania" by Robert France, and Richard Lester.
Box 18 Folder 3-4
Correspondence. Includes correspondence with Louis Hodges, Chairman.
Box 18 Folder 5-6
Cole's notes on the Committee and Committee list.
Box 18 Folder 7
Includes memoranda for Committee members and Committee reports.
Box 18 Folder 8
Related publications. 12NOW, publication of American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), Local 12; agreements between U.S. Department of Labor and AFGE; agreements between Labor-Management Services Administration and National Union of Compliance Officers
Box 18 Folder 9
Report of Committee.
Box 18 Folder 10
AFGE information.
Box 18 Folder 11
Report to the President and comments on the report, etc.
Box 18 Folder 12-13
Report of Panel for Improvement of Labor-Management Relations in the U.S. Department of Labor.
Box 18 Folder 14 1951
Senate Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations, 1951. Includes correspondence with Hubert Humphrey, newsletters, statement by Cole.
Box 19 Folder 1
Correspondence, etc.
Box 19 Folder 2-3 1953-1968
Notes, reports, correspondence, etc. 1953, 1968.
Box 19 Folder 4-5
Statements of the President, unions, Marine Engineers Beneficial Association (MEBA), Pacific Maritime Association, etc.
Box 19 Folder 6 1961
Records of First and Second Sessions of the Board of Inquiry, June 1961.
Box 19 Folder 7 1961
Records of Third and Fourth Sessions of the Board of Inquiry, June 1961.
Box 19 Folder 8 1961
David L. Cole's notes.
Box 19 Folder 9-10
Reports of the Board of Inquiry to the President.
Box 19 Folder 11
"Impact of Maritime Collective Bargaining on the Shipping Industry" and "The Big Issue is Jobs".
Box 20 Folder 1
Synopsis of Board of Inquiry Activities, copies of an agreement between MEBA
Box 20 Folder 2-3
Correspondence re dispute settlement.
Box 20 Folder 4-5
Correspondence.
Box 20 Folder 6
Copies of settlement with Cole's notes.
Box 20 Folder 7-8
Papers relating to the agreement, changes, proposals, etc.
Box 20 Folder 9
Miscellaneous. Includes synopsis of Presidential Boards of Inquiry created under National Emergency Provisions of the Labor Management Relations Act.
Box 20 Folder 10
Miscellaneous. Includes report to the President.
Box 21 Folder 1
Includes contract proposals, arbitration opinion between International Longshoremen's Association and New York Shipping Association, Inc
Box 21 Folder 2
Missile Sites Labor Commission. Cole's notes on Commission activities.
Box 21 Folder 3
National Citizens' Commission on International Cooperation. Includes correspondence with Hubert H. Humphrey and Adlai Stevenson.
Box 21 Folder 4
Includes pamphlets on civil rights, bi-racial committees.
Box 21 Folder 5
Correspondence on urban problems, job opportunities, etc.
Box 21 Folder 6
Correspondence concerning report of the Commission. Includes list of names to which the report of NCIP was sent.
Box 21 Folder 7 1975
List of Commission members; "Comments concerning draft statement of March 20, 1975 on FCMS Implementation of NCIP Recommendations, Report to Congress on FCMS Implementation of these Recommendations.
Box 21 Folder 8
Includes information relevant to NCIP, including news releases; press clippings; unused report to the President; executive order relative to NCIP; memorandum for the President.
Box 21 Folder 9
Includes information relevant to NCIP. Speeches: Ralph T. Seward to the National Academy of Arbitrators; "The Arbitration of Labor Disputes" by E. L. Oliver, "How to Stop Strikes by Really Trying" by Donald B. Straus, "Arbitration - Whose Responsibility" by David L. Cole.
Box 21 Folder 10
Cole's notes on NCIP.
Box 21 Folder 11
Reports, interim reports, drafts of reports of the NCIP.
Box 21 Folder 12
Reports, interim reports, drafts of reports of the NCIP
Box 21 Folder 13
Reports, interim reports, drafts of reports of the NCIP.
Box 21 Folder 14
Reports, interim reports, drafts of reports of the NCIP.
Box 22 Folder 1
Correspondence regarding NCIP.
Box 22 Folder 2
Miscellaneous. Minutes of meetings of NCIP, etc.
Box 22 Folder 3
Speeches and paper related to NCIP. "Railroads and the Energy Crisis" by Al H. Chesser, President - United Transportation Union; "Exploring Alternatives to the Strike" by David L. Cole.
Box 22 Folder 4 1973
Papers related to NCIP. "Freeze and Phase IV" and "Phase IV Announcement" of the Economic Stabilization Program, 1973.
Box 22 Folder 5
Papers related to NCIP. Includes newspaper clippings; information on the Toledo Labor-Management-Citizens Committee; Keynote Address by Robert E. Hampton at the Federal Bar Assoc. Nat'l. Conference on Labor Relations in the Federal Service.
Box 22 Folder 6 1973
Papers relating to NCIP. "The Quality of Work Program of the National Commission on Productivity - a Statement of Intent," a memorandum for the Secretary of Commerce on the West Coast Longshore Contract Negotiations, 1973.
Box 22 Folder 7
Papers relating to NCIP - Newspaper clippings Notice of meeting - NCIP; items from current Developments section - Bureau of National Affairs (BNA).
Box 22 Folder 8 1972
Reference documents, speeches, etc. relating to NCIP. "Report of the Secretary of Labor's Advisory Committee on Labor Management Relations in Atomic Energy Installations"; "Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, U.S. Senate, 1972"; "Role of National Commission for Industrial Peace" - David L. Cole.
Box 22 Folder 9 1961
Reference documents relating to NCIP. "The Public Interest in National Labor Policy" by Committee for Economic Development. 1961
Box 22 Folder 10
Reference Documents relating to NCIP. "Current Developments Section" from the BNA; "New Inroads in Achieving Industrial Peace" by Cole, "Collective Bargaining and Industrial Peace" by Cole.
Box 22 Folder 11 1973-1974
Reference documents relating to NCIP. "Calendar of Wage Increases and Negotiations for 1974" by John Garney; "Labor and the Economy in 1973" by Catherine C. Defina;"Developments in Industrial Relations"; "A Changing Labor Relations Setting"; "Collective Bargaining - A Report by the President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy.
Box 22 Folder 12 1972
Reference documents relating to NCIP. "Collective Bargaining and Industrial Peace" by Cole; statement of D. L. Cole before U.S. Senate on Emergency Dispute Provisions of Labor Management Relations Act, (1972); memo from President, United Steelworkers of America (USA) to John T. Dunlop re experimental negotiating agreement; draft of Cole's thoughts (AAA Labor-Management Advisory Committee.
Box 22 Folder 13 1974-1975
Reference Documents relating to NCIP. "Avoiding Written Grievances: A Successful Program" by Robert McKersie and William Shropshire, Jr.; "Our Best Safeguard Against the Strike" by W. J. Usery of FMCS; memoranda concerning airline industry emergency labor disputes (1974) and Longshore strikes (1975).
Box 23 Folder 1 1974
National Commission for Industrial Peace, Report and Recommendations, May 1974.
Box 23 Folder 2
Material received from George Larney, Executive Director of NCIP. Includes correspondence; "The Quality of Work Program of the NCIP. A Statement of Intent".
Box 23 Folder 3 1974
Material received from George Larney, Executive Director of NCIP. Includes correspondence with Cole; "Significant Collective Bargaining Contract Expectations," January 1-January 31, 1974.
Box 23 Folder 4 1974
Notes of Committee on Cement Industry. 1974.
Box 23 Folder 5 1971-1972
David L. Cole's statement before Senate Committee on Labor concerning National Emergency Disputes, 1971-72.
Box 23 Folder 6
Applications for position of Executive Director, NCIP. Includes resumes, letters of recommendation, etc.
Box 23 Folder 7
Letters of congratulation to Cole for appointment as chairman of NCIP.
Box 23 Folder 8
Information on Stabilization Agreement Sheet Metal Industry.
Box 23 Folder 9
Correspondence.
Box 23 Folder 10
Miscellaneous. Cole's notes; "Is the Strike Outmoded?"
Box 24 Folder 1 1957-1958
Cole was a member of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Labor Education, 1957-58. Includes correspondence between George Meany and Ralph Campbell, President of the NILE and statement of purpose of the Institute.
Box 24 Folder 2
Includes correspondence on the committee; executive committee minutes; Cole's letter of resignation from the Institute.
Box 24 Folder 3
NILE's "Proposal to Promote Membership Participation in Labor Organizations."
Box 24 Folder 4
Routine correspondence.
Box 24 Folder 5
Routine correspondence.
Box 24 Folder 6
Routine correspondence.
Box 24 Folder 7
Financial statements of NILE.
Box 24 Folder 8
Publications of NILE. "International Affairs"; "Pre-Retirement Education"; "Economic Education."
Box 24 Folder 9
Publications of NILE. "Ethical and Moral Standards", "A Mental Health Program in Labor Organizations."
Box 24 Folder 10
NILE activities report, press releases.
Box 24.1 Folder All 1954
Arbitration board in the matter of a dispute between Hawaiian Airlines, Ltd. and certain of its Employees, represented by Air Line Pilots Association, International, Los Angeles, California, 8/12/54.
Box 25 Folder 1 1943
Budget statements, 1943.
Box 25 Folder 2 1945-1946
Budget statements, 1945-46.
Box 25 Folder 3 1944-1945
Includes routine correspondence 1944-45; agenda of meetings; etc.
Box 25 Folder 4 1944-1945
Includes routine correspondence 1944-45; annual reports of the New Jersey State Board of Mediation.
Box 25 Folder 5
Includes routine correspondence; minutes of meetings.
Box 25 Folder 6
Includes routine correspondence; agenda for meetings.
Box 25 Folder 7
Includes routine correspondence; agenda for meetings; correspondence relating to the National War Labor Board.
Box 25 Folder 8
Includes routine correspondence; agenda for meetings; minutes; etc.
Box 26 Folder 1
Includes routine correspondence; agenda for meetings; minutes; information regarding disputes at Tidewater Associated Oil Co.
Box 26 Folder 2
Includes routine correspondence; first annual report of the Board; etc.
Box 26 Folder 3
Includes routine correspondence; minutes of meetings; agenda for meetings.
Box 26 Folder 4
Includes routine correspondence; information bulletins to Management and Labor regarding the War Labor Board,; establishment of the Office for Economic Stabilization, etc.
Box 26 Folder 5 1942
Includes routine correspondence; report of the Camden County Mediation Panel, 1942.
Box 26 Folder 6
Includes routine correspondence; information on dispute between International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) and Imperial Laundry.
Box 26 Folder 7
Includes routine correspondence.
Box 26 Folder 8
Includes routine correspondence; notes on dispute hearings.
Box 26 Folder 9
Includes newspaper clippings concerning the New Jersey State Mediation Board.
Box 26 Folder 10 1943-1944
Includes Third Annual Report of Board to Governor Walter E. Edge, 1943-1944.
Box 27 Folder 1
Routine correspondence.
Box 27 Folder 2
Routine correspondence.
Box 27 Folder 3
Routine correspondence.
Box 27 Folder 4
Routine correspondence.
Box 27 Folder 5
Routine correspondence.
Box 27 Folder 6 1944
New Jersey State Mediation Board, cont. National War Labor Board's Steel Panel, Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation vs. USA, Report of the Panel, 1944.
Box 27 Folder 7 1965-1966
New York City's Bargaining Procedures (Tri-Partite Panel). Cole, member, Labor Management Institute Advisory Board. Includes correspondence with Robert Wagner and John Lindsay, mayors of New York City as well as a report of the panel to city officials. 1965-66.
Box 27 Folder 8
New York City Employee Relations Program. Reports of the Task Force on City Personnel
Box 28 Folder 1 1952
Includes information on workers' compensation cases for city employees; press releases concerning racial discrimination in Paterson; draft for improving sewage legislation; etc. 1952.
Box 28 Folder 2
Correspondence concerning sewage improvement; zoning laws; assessments; etc.
Box 28 Folder 3-4
Information pertaining to the Board of Finance; correspondence; reports; and opinion on alleged irregularities.
Box 28 Folder 5
Includes correspondence regarding Park Commissioners, Police Commissioners, etc.
Box 28 Folder 6
Includes correspondence about Housing Commission.
Box 28 Folder 7
Includes correspondence concerning Christopher Columbus Memorial Committee.
Box 28 Folder 8
Estate of Josephine Bergen.
Box 28 Folder 9-13
City Council cases, notes, etc.
Box 29 Folder 1 1961-1963
Includes memoranda from Edward Gudeman, Executive Director of the Committee; report of Committee on Fiscal and Monetary Policy for Economic Stabilization and Growth; article by Neil Chamberlain, "The Structure of Bargaining Units in U.S." 1961-1963.
Box 29 Folder 2
Includes papers on economic growth.
Box 29 Folder 3
Includes comments by Arthur Burns, George Meany and others on "The Problem of Economic Growth" and "The Problem of Full Recovery."
Box 29 Folder 4 1961
Includes papers on the American Economy in 1961.
Box 29 Folder 5
Includes reports to the President on Automation.
Box 29 Folder 6-9
Includes papers on automation and technological change.
Box 29 Folder 10
Includes Committee statements on Corporate Pension Funds and unemployment.
Box 29 Folder 11 1946
Includes statement of Arthur Burns on the Employment Act of 1946 and papers on automation and technology.
Box 29 Folder 12-13
Includes correspondence and papers on automation and technology.
Box 30 Folder 1-3
Includes correspondence and papers on automation and technology.
Box 30 Folder 4
Reports of Subcommittee 4 - Foreign Trade Committee.
Box 30 Folder 5
Includes minutes of meetings; statements on youth unemployment; taxes; and the peace corps.
Box 30 Folder 6
Includes reports on collective bargaining and industrial peace.
Box 30 Folder 7-10
Includes minutes of meetings, etc.
Box 30 Folder 11
Includes correspondence on collective bargaining.
Box 30 Folder 12
Reports on free and responsible collective bargaining and industrial peace.
Box 31 Folder 1-2
Includes general correspondence on committee work, correspondence from Walter Reuther, Willard Wirtz, Edward Gudeman.
Box 31 Folder 3
Committee reports on collective bargaining in the maritime industry.
Box 31 Folder 4
Includes correspondence and reports on collective bargaining.
Box 31 Folder 5-6
Includes papers and correspondence on committee's report on free and responsible collective bargaining.
Box 31 Folder 7
Includes papers and correspondence on committee's report on free and responsible collective bargaining; statements by David J. MacDonald, President, United Steelworkers of America and dissent of committee member Richard S. Reynolds, Jr. to the report.
Box 31 Folder 8
Includes papers and correspondence on committee's report on free and responsible collective bargaining; some of Cole's notes on the report.
Box 31 Folder 9
Includes drafts of statements on sound wage and price policies.
Box 31 Folder 10
Includes drafts of statements on sound wage and price policies; "A Description of Four Budget Concepts"; "Monetary Policy"; "Fiscal Policy".
Box 31 Folder 11-12
Correspondence, papers, notes on pension plans.
Box 32 Folder 1
Correspondence concerning seminars conducted by the Committee on Private Adjustments to Automation and Technological Change.
Box 32 Folder 2
Includes correspondence; notes; reports on pension plans, manpower strategies, etc.
Box 32 Folder 3-4
Includes information on pension plans, automation, and technological change, manpower programs, etc.
Box 32 Folder 5
Report by Secretary of Labor on "Manpower Research and Training under the Manpower Development and Training Act."
Box 32 Folder 6
Committee's reports and correspondence on sound wage and price policies.
Box 32 Folder 7
Includes related paper by John M. Clark on the wage-price problem.
Box 32 Folder 8
Statements, reports, correspondence on sound wage and price policies.
Box 32 Folder 9
Working paper on wage and price policy.
Box 32 Folder 10
Supplement to working paper on wage and price policy.
Box 33 Folder 1
Includes "Economic Guides for Responsible Collective Bargaining" by David J. MacDonald, President, United Steelworkers of America, "Employment, Growth, and Price Levels"; records of hearings before the Joint Economic Committee of the 86th U.S. Congress; memorandum from George Meany to members of the Committee
Box 33 Folder 2
Includes memorandum to Committee members in benefits and problems incident to automation and other technological advance.
Box 33 Folder 3-4
Includes papers presented at and correspondence related to the Conference on Fiscal and Monetary Policy sponsored by the President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy.
Box 33 Folder 5
Includes papers presented at and correspondence related to the Conference on Fiscal and Monetary Policy sponsored by the President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy; Committee report on "Policies Designed to Ensure that American Products are Competitive in World Markets."
Box 33 Folder 6
Includes papers prepared for the Committee: "Automation, Productivity, and Manpower Problems" by Derek Bok; "Technological Developments in Major American Industries" by U.S. Department of Labor.
Box 33 Folder 7
Includes papers prepared for the Committee: "Methods of Adjusting to Automation and Technological Change" by U.S. Department of Labor.
Box 33 Folder 8
"Public Policy and Private Pension Programs" by President's Committee on Corporate Pension Funds and Other Private Retirement and Welfare Programs.
Box 33 Folder 9
Miscellaneous correspondence.
Box 34 Folder 1 1960
President's Commission on National Goals. Includes article on technological change and correspondence related to this article. 1960.
Box 34 Folder 2 1949
Includes Cole's own notes on the Board. 1949.
Box 34 Folder 3 1944
Includes Cole's notes on cases heard by the panel. 1944.
Box 34 Folder 4 1954
President's recommendations for changes in the Labor Management Relations Act. Includes Cole's statement before the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare for changes in the Labor Management Relations Act. 1954.
Box 34 Folder 5 1959
Includes Cole's recommendations for handling of major labor disputes, correspondence with John F. Kennedy and Archibald Cox. 1959.
Box 34 Folder 6
Includes directory of Panel members; correspondence with members, Archibald Cox, Arthur Goldberg, and Willard Wirtz.
Box 34 Folder 7
Includes paper on NLRB organization and procedure; drafts of proposed changes in the legislation.
Box 34 Folder 8
Includes alternative drafts for proposed changes in amendments concerning contract bar and other sections of the Act, also paper on NLRB organization and procedure.
Box 34 Folder 9
Includes "Amendments Relating to the Organization and Procedure of the National Labor Relations Board."
Box 34 Folder 10
Includes report of the Panel to the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare on the Organization and Procedure of the NLRB, also an act to amend the NLRA by revising the organization and procedure of the NLRB.
Box 34 Folder 11
Includes correspondence with Advisory Council members; travel vouchers for expenses incurred on Committee work.
Box 34 Folder 12
Includes visions of national emergency provisions.
Box 34 Folder 13
Includes revisions of national emergency provisions.
Box 35 Folder 1-2 1945-1946
Androscoggin Mills, et al. Includes statements on behalf of the committee in the matter of the Textile Directive Steering Committee vs. the Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA); other statements of facts of disputes as well as general facts and figures regarding rates of pay, job classifications, etc. 1945, 1946.
Box 35 Folder 3 1943-1945
Duplan Corporation. Includes rulings, correspondence, petitions for approval of wage rate structures for Office Employees and Foremen.
Box 35 Folder 4 1945
Duplan Corporation. Includes rulings, correspondence, petitions for approval of wage rate structures for Office Employees and Foremen; analysis of proposed straight-time hourly increases Section (3) of Textile Directive Order of February 20, 1945.
Box 35 Folder 5 1943-1945
Includes comparisons of wage rate change plans, correspondence, agreement between Duplan and TWUA.
Box 35 Folder 6 1943-1945
Includes several petitions for approval of wage rate structures for Office Employees and Foremen, also includes correspondence regarding disputes in the Duplan corporation.
Box 35 Folder 7 1943-1945
Pepperell Manufacturing Co. and others. Includes agreements, correspondence, rulings, etc.
Box 35 Folder 8 1943-1944
Pepperell Manufacturing Co. and others. Includes wage scales, correspondence etc.
Box 36 Folder 1 1943-1945
Cole's notes. April 1943-February 1944.
Box 36 Folder 2 1944
"Oral Argument on Behalf of the United Steel Workers of America in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., et al., and United Steel Workers of America." September 27, 1944.
Box 36 Folder 3 1944
"Oral Argument on Behalf of the Iron and Steel Producing Companies in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Corp., et al., and United Steel Workers of America." September 1944.
Box 36 Folder 4 1944-1945
Press releases, Second Regional Bd. decision. 1944-45
Box 36 Folder 5 1943-1945
Second Regional Board decisions; Regional Wage Stabilization Manual; General Board orders.
Box 36 Folder 6 1943-1945
Instructional bulletin relating to wage and salary schedules; jurisdiction and procedure of Regional War Labor Boards; Executive Orders.
Box 36 Folder 7 1943-1945
Application of the "Little Steel" formula; "Wage Stabilization General Orders and Interpretations"; press releases; scales of approvable wage rates for white collar jobs.
Box 36 Folder 8 1943-1945
Press releases.
Box 37 Folder 1 1943-1945
Press releases.
Box 37 Folder 2 1943-1945
Press releases, memoranda, and hearing notes.
Box 37 Folder 3 1943-1945
Includes memoranda, appeals procedures, press releases.
Box 37 Folder 4 1943-1945
Press releases.
Box 37 Folder 5 1943-1945
Includes correspondence; hearing notes; related article by Theodore Kheel; press releases; etc.
Box 37 Folder 6 1945
Proceedings of the Commission meeting. July 31, 1945.
Box 37 Folder 7 1945
Proceedings of the Commission meeting. July 31, 1945.
Box 37 Folder 8 1945
Proceedings of the Commission meeting. July 31, 1945.
Box 37 Folder 9 1943-1945
Union Exhibits 1-4. Includes records of hearing between TWUA, CIO, vs. the Textile Directive Steering Committee.
Box 38 Folder 1 1943-1945
Union Exhibits 5-9. Includes records of hearings between TWUA and Textile Directive Steering Commission.
Box 38 Folder 2 1943-1945
Union Exhibits 10-12. Includes records of hearings between TWUA, CIO, and Textile Directive Steering Commission.
Box 38 Folder 3 1943-1945
Company Exhibits. Opinions and orders of the Board.
Box 38 Folder 4 1943-1945
Correspondence, case notes, wage proposals, etc.
Box 38 Folder 5 1943-1945
Includes correspondence, statement of the committee, records of the Southern Textile Commission.
Box 38 Folder 6 1943-1945
Includes hearing records; correspondence; and a petition for the establishment of job classifications submitted to the Board by the Textile Directive Steering Committee and the TWUA.
Box 38 Folder 7 1943-1945
Includes schedule of rates approved by Southern Textile Commission; Commission decisions; correspondence.
Box 38 Folder 8 1943-1945
Joint petition to the Northern Textile Commission by the Textile Directive Steering Committee vs. the TWUA, CIO; press releases; list of Northern mills cited to the War Labor Board; memoranda from the Office of Economic Stabilization; related newspaper articles
Box 38 Folder 9 1943-1945
Includes statement of policy; press relations announcing the creation of the Textile Commissions; related newspaper articles; case records form the Southern Textile Commissions.
Box 39 Folder 1-7 1944
Steel Panel. Summaries of cases. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, et al., vs. USA. 1944.
Box 40 Folder 1 1944
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, "The Cost of Living Index of the Bureau of Labor Statistics"; Journal of the American Statistical Association, "Appraisal of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Cost of Living Index."
Box 40 Folder 2 1936-1943
"Cost of Living" by George Meany and R. J. Thomas; "Steel Profits 1936-1943" by USA; article by Journal of the American Statistical Association; "A Critical Analysis of the Meany-Thomas Report on the Cost of Living," National Industrial Conference Board, Inc.
Box 40 Folder 3
Records of cases between Swift and Co., Armour and Co., Wilson and Co., Cudahy Packing Co., vs. United Packinghouse Wkrs. of America. CIO.
Box 40 Folder 4-5
Press releases; hearing notes on Wright Aeronautical Corporation; includes policy statements
Box 40 Folder 6
Correspondence; press releases concerning wage rates; "Official Interpretive Bulletin Relating to Christmas and Year-End Bonus Payments in 1943.
Box 40 Folder 7
Correspondence; press releases; lists of approvable wage rates in the textile industry.
Box 40 Folder 8
Approvable salary rates for department stores, New York City, Metal Trades Draftsmen and Designers, Tool Designers, Flock and Lacquer Printing Employees, Textile Industry, job descriptions and approvable rates of pay in the Metal Trade Industry.
Box 40 Folder 9
Memo on wage brackets in the textile industry, rayon and silk dyeing, printing and finishing, folding paper box, industry, cleaning and dyeing industry, ice manufacturing occupations, service restaurants; "Wage Stabilization General Orders and Interpretation."
Box 41 Folder 1
Notes on case hearings; letters and history on case between USA and U.S. Steel Corp.
Box 41 Folder 2
Cole's notes on overall summary of Panel findings, copies of unions requests and costs to company.
Box 41 Folder 3
Exhibits of Universal-Cyclops Steel Corp.
Box 41 Folder 4
Exhibits from Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., et al., vs. USA.
Box 41 Folder 5
Exhibits from Sheffield Steel of Texas and USA, Carnegie Steel vs. USA, Index of Exhibits.
Box 41 Folder 6
Exhibits. Statement of Granite City Steel Company, digest of argument and evidence presented by the United Steel Workers of America; statement on behalf of Andrews Steel Co.
Box 41 Folder 7
Statement on behalf of Colorado Fuel and Iron Corp., Company's Brief Supplementing General Presentations of Steel Case Research Committee.
Box 41 Folder 8
Statement of the American Rolling Mill Co.; statement on behalf of Follansbee Steel Corp.
Box 41 Folder 9
Statement on behalf of Reeves Steel and Manufacturing Co.; statement and brief submitted by Mercer Tube and Manufacturing Co.
Box 42 Folder 1
Briefs involving case between USA and United States Steel Corp., et al. Pamphlet on steel profits 1936 through 1943; pamphlet on earnings and hours in the Iron and Steel Industry, April 1939; "Cost of Living" by George Meany and R. J. Thomas.
Box 42 Folder 2
"Pertinent Documents Relating to the Proceedings of Hearings in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., et al. and United Steel Workers of America"; "Pertinent Documents Relating to the National Economic Stabilization Program, Statement of T. F. Patton.
Box 42 Folder 3
Statement of C. A. McLain in Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp. and USA; statement of Dr. Jules Backman and Dr. Donald G. Cowan in same.
Box 42 Folder 4
elated documents. "The Cost of Living of the Bureau of Labor Statistics"; article from Journal of the American Statistical Association.
Box 42 Folder 5
"Statement of F. R. Brugler on Corporate Profits and H. W. Boal and John C. Gall, and Bradford B. Smith, all in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, et al., and United Steel Workers of America."
Box 42 Folder 6
Statement of Endeis M. Voorhees, Roswell Magill, F. M. Gillies, Kemp G. Fuller in matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, et al., vs. USA.
Box 42 Folder 7
Statement of Nicholas Unkovic, Lawrence E. Riddle, Roger Blough, John G. Ketterer, Andrew Court in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, et al., vs. USA.
Box 42 Folder 8
Statements of Frederick Knight, T. F. Patton, D. K. McKamy and John V. Van Sickle, Ernest Ballard in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel vs. USA.
Box 42 Folder 9
"Statements of Seward H. French, Jr., John G. Ketterer, C. A. McLain and John A. Stephens, General Company Statement in reply to the Rebuttal Presentation of the Union in the matter of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, et al., and United Steel Workers of America."
Box 43 Folder 1
Statements of Dr. Jules Backman and David S. Roswell; related articles from Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Box 43 Folder 2
Includes correspondence concerning Steel Panel and Textile Commissions; press releases; transcript of press conference of William H. Davis, Chairman of War Labor Board, held September 15, 1944; addresses of regional Board members.
Box 43 Folder 3
Manual of Board Wage Policies; Memorandum from Theodore Kheel on incentive bonus and absentee bonus.
Box 43 Folder 4
Includes general correspondence; instructional memoranda to staff; information bulletins; case notes on Public Service Coordinated Transport and Public Service Interstate Company and the Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employees of America.
Box 43 Folder 5
Recommendation of the panel in Remington Rand, Inc., vs. International Association of Machinists, Public Service Coordinated Transport and Public Service Interstate Transportation Co. and Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employees of America; Manual of Instruction for Parties in Dispute Cases before the National War Labor Board; Manual of Instructions for Panel Members and Hearing Officers, Statement of Policy Concerning Review of Arbitration Awards.
Box 43 Folder 6
Minutes of meeting; instructional memos; interpretive orders; correspondence; press releases; case opinions
Box 43 Folder 7
Includes cases heard by the Second Region: Babcock and Wilcox vs. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE); R. B. Davis Co. vs. IC of CW, Local 21503, AFL; Random House, Inc. vs. United Office and Professional Workers of America; United Artists vs. Screen Office and Professional Employees Guild. Records of these cases include industry dissents and labor dissents. Also includes correspondence, application for wage increases and bonuses; and instructional memos to Regional Boards.
Box 43 Folder 8
Includes information on Region II of the Board. Correspondence, case opinions, applications for wage increases, opinion on absentee bonus plans, and summary of Board's experience in cases involving check-off.
Box 44 Folder 1 1943
Includes correspondence concerning cases, wage applications, opinions on Absentee Bonus Plan; minutes of July 1943; meetings of Second Region.
Box 44 Folder 2
Includes opinions on cases heard by the Second Region, correspondence concerning cases, official report of proceeding in matter of Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. vs. United Cracker Workers of Greater New York, Local 25, CIO; opinion and recommendation of the panel in the matter of Western Union Telegraph Co. vs. American Communications Association, CIO.
Box 44 Folder 3
Includes notes of cases considered; agenda of Region II meetings; instructional memorandum, memoranda on New York State Electric and Gas Corporations.
Box 44 Folder 4
Includes notes of cases considered by Region II; memoranda to Board members; Division Report on Republic Steel; statement by Philip Murray of the USA.
Box 44 Folder 5-7
Includes notes of cases considered by Region II.
Box 44 Folder 8
Milk Panel. Includes notes of hearing heard by Board.
Box 44 Folder 9
Pamphlet on War Labor Board, "What it is ... How it operates"; appeal for wage increases by USA; Union's request for shift differentials; Union's request for holidays; Memoranda to Board on approvable wage rates in the textile industry.
Box 44 Folder 10
Press releases; General Orders; "Procedure Relative to Possible Violation of the Wage and Salary Stabilization Program"; records of hourly earnings in various industries; memorandum to Board on wage brackets in the textile industry.
Box 44 Folder 11
Addresses of Regional Board members; pamphlet on application of the "Little Steel" formula, amended wage and salary regulations of Office of Economic Stabilization; "Method for the Determination of Wage Adjustment for Employees Working on a Commission Basis"; Executive Order regarding regulations relating to overtime wage compensation; press releases; wage rates for apparel trades; "Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Regional War Labor Boards"; "Wage Incentive Plans."
Box 44 Folder 12
War Production Board. Notes on incentive plan for non-incentive workers of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. Also includes Official Plan Book of the War Production Board.
Box 44 Folder 13 1962
Correspondence, agenda, summary, notes. 1962.
Box 45 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 46 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 46.1 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 46.2 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 46.3 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 46.4 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 46.5 Folder All 1948
Proceedings, Volumes 1-15, 1948. (Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad Co. vs. certain of their employees represented by the sixteen cooperative Railway Labor Organizations).
Box 47 Folder All 1948
Carriers Exhibits, #1-8.
Box 48 Folder All 1948
Carriers Exhibits, #9-38.
Box 49 Folder All 1948
Employees Exhibits, #1-9.
Box 50 Folder All 1948
Employee Exhibits, #1-14.
Box 51 Folder All 1949
Dispute between the Railway Express Agency and certain of its employees represented by the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks. Transcripts of Proceedings, 1949. Issue: Contract negotiations
Box 52 Folder All 1949
Employees Exhibits, #1-23.
Box 53 Folder All 1949
Carriers Exhibits, #1-14.
Box 54 Folder 1 1951
American Airlines vs. Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), Report, 1951. Issue: Contract negotiations.
Box 54 Folder 2 1951
Carriers Exhibits, #1-29.
Box 55 Folder 1 1951
Employees Exhibits, #1-13.
Box 55 Folder 2 1951
Employees Exhibits, #14-36.
Box 56 Folder All 1951
Employees Exhibits, #37-71.
Box 57 Folder 1 1951-1952
Seventeen Cooperating Railway Labor Organizations vs. Designated Railroads, 1951-52. Issue: Union security.
Box 57 Folder 2 1951-1952
Related papers.
Box 57 Folder 3 1951-1952
Correspondence, 1951-52.
Box 57 Folder 4 1951-1952
Letters and documents of comment.
Box 58 Folder 1 1951-1952
General documents and correspondence.
Box 58 Folder 2 1951-1952
Report to the President.
Box 58 Folder 3 1951-1952
Railway Labor Act Amendments.
Box 58 Folder 4 1951-1952
Carriers' and Employer's Briefs.
Box 59 Folder 1 1951-1952
Miscellaneous documents.
Box 59 Folder 2 1951-1952
Carriers Exhibits.
Box 60 Folder All 1951-1952
Carriers Exhibits.
Box 61 Folder All 1951-1952
Employees Exhibits.
Box 62 Folder 1 1958
Eastern Airlines vs. Flight Engineers International Association, 1958. Issue: Crew size; rates of pay; vacations and vacation pay.
Box 62 Folder 2 1958
Eastern Airlines vs. ALPA, 1958. Issue: Crew size; rates of pay; retirement plan.
Box 62 Folder 3 1958
Trans World Airway vs. Flight Engineers International Association, 1958. Issue: Elimination of jobs.
Box 63 Folder 1 1950
4/10/50. Issue: Rates of pay
Box 63 Folder 2 1968-1970
Issues: seniority; bidding; scheduling; bumping
Box 64 Folder All 1968
Issue: merger; seniority
Box 65 Folder 1-5 1952
5/7/52. Issue: arbitrability - rates of pay
Box 65 Folder 6-8 1946
11/46. Issues: Rates of pay; workweek; vacations; holidays & holiday pay; sick leave & sick pay (Includes transcripts)
Box 65.1 Folder 1
Box 65.1 Folder 2 1952
Box 65.1 Folder 3
Box 65.1 Folder 4 1952
Box 65.1 Folder 5 1951
Box 65.1 Folder 6 1949
Box 65.1 Folder 7 1952
Box 66 Folder 1-4 1971
11/23/71. Issues: Reduction in fare; crew size (includes exhibits)
Box 66 Folder 5 1971
11/23/71. Issues: Reduction in fare; crew size; equipment list
Box 67 Folder 1 1951
Hearing notes. Issues: Rates of pay; mileage limits
Box 67 Folder 2-4 1954
4/30/54. Exhibits. Issues: Rates of pay; mileage limits
Box 68 Folder 1 1954
Hearing notes re working conditions; hours of work
Box 68 Folder 2-3 1951
Hearing notes re holiday pay, milage, rates of pay
Box 68 Folder 4 1975
1/17/75. Exhibits, Interim Award
Box 68 Folder 5 1955
1/17/55. Issue: Hours (shift/scheduling)
Box 68 Folder 6 1949
Hearing notes re dismissal
Box 68 Folder 7 1944
9/44. Transcripts
Box 68 Folder 8 1950
3/50. No Award, Exhibits. Issue: Rates of pay
Box 68 Folder 9 1947
Hearing notes re pensions, vacations, rates of pay
Box 68 Folder 10 1948
1/21/48. Issues: Pension benefits; sick & accident benefits; vacation time; lunch periods; holiday pay & holiday work; severance pay; rates of pay; seniority
Box 68.1 Folder 1
Box 68.1 Folder 2 1950
Box 68.1 Folder 3 1947
Box 68.1 Folder 4
Box 69 Folder 1-2 1947
No award, Exhibits. Issues: Union security; working conditions, rates of pay
Box 70 Folder 1 1948
1/21/48. Transcript
Box 70 Folder 2 1948
Hearing notes re discharge
Box 70 Folder 3 1953
Hearing notes re reinstatement with back pay
Box 70 Folder 4
Notes filed under Textile Committee - Box 170
Box 70 Folder 5 1949
Hearing notes re bumping
Box 70 Folder 6 1948
8/27/48. Issues: Rates of pay; job progressions, medical insurance, night differential; skilled crafts
Box 71 Folder All 1964-1977
Notes and correspondence re pending cases
Box 72 Folder All 1965-1975
Notes, correspondence, decisions by other arbitrators, a few Cole decisions
Box 73 Folder All 1965-1975
Notes, correspondence, decisions by other arbitrators, a few Cole decisions
Box 74 Folder 1 1948
Hearing notes re overtime pay
Box 74 Folder 2 1945-1946
Hearing notes re discharge
Box 74 Folder 3 1967
Hearing notes re seniority - recall
Box 74 Folder 4 1947
Hearing notes re discharge
Box 74 Folder 5-6 1954
2/13/54. Hearing notes. Issues: Contract terms - extension; modification; revision of terms of agreements
Box 75 Folder 1-2 1944-1945
Issues: Wage adjustments; fringe benefits; insurance; check-off
Box 75 Folder 3 1948
4/20/48. Hearing notes re discharge
Box 75 Folder 4 1948
3/48. Issues: Rates of pay-in-equalities; workload. Transcript
Box 76 Folder 1 1948
Transcripts
Box 76 Folder 2 1942
11/l7/42. Issue: Rates of pay. Hearing notes
Box 76 Folder 3 1945-1947
Hearing notes re layoff, veteran standards, working conditions
Box 76 Folder 4 1947
Hearing notes re discharge case
Box 76 Folder 5 1947
8/47. Issue: Vacations. Exhibits
Box 76 Folder 6 1970-1971
Issues: Work assignment; production plans
Box 76 Folder 7 1956
11/56. Hearing notes re rates of pay
Box 76 Folder 8 1948
4/22/48. Hearing notes re wages, welfare plan, group insurance
Box 76 Folder 9 1948
8/3/48. Hearing notes re vacations
Box 76 Folder 10 1947
11/25/47. Hearing notes re sick leave, wage structure
Box 76 Folder 11 1944
3/23/44. Hearing notes re job posting
Box 76 Folder 12 1954-1957
Hearing notes re discharge, absenteeism. Transcript of a meeting, correspondence, tape of a meeting
Box 76 Folder 13 1947
3/13/47. Hearing notes re rates of pay, equipment
Box 77 Folder 1 1949
4/49. Correspondence
Box 77 Folder 2 1946
11/26/46. Hearing notes re discharge
Box 77 Folder 3 1966
12/15/66. Issues: Severance pay, trust fund
Box 77 Folder 4 1945
10/4/45. Hearing notes re suspension, rates of pay
Box 77 Folder 5 1952
6/24/52. Hearing notes re protests number of arbitrability issues.
Box 77 Folder 6 1948
2/11/48. Hearing notes re holidays and holiday pay
Box 77 Folder 7 1945
11/14/45. Hearing notes re discharge
Box 77 Folder 8 1966
1/3/66. Issue: disability. Hearing notes, correspondence
Box 77 Folder 9 1949-1952
Hearing notes re layoffs, workload, rates of pay
Box 77 Folder 10 1951
12/24/51. Hearing notes re discharge
Box 77 Folder 11 1945
7/45. (National War Labor Board case) Report and recommendation of Board - re vacation, wage structure, grievance procedure, union security, seniority
Box 77 Folder 12-13 1964
3/31/64. Issue: shift scheduling. Exhibit
Box 77 Folder 14 1966
Cole, Chairman of Board of Inquiry. Hearing notes and correspondence re termination clause, apprenticeships
Box 77 Folder 15 1943
10/22/43. Issue: production plan
Box 77 Folder 16 1952
Hearing notes re rates of pay, promotions & correspondence
Box 77 Folder 17 1964
2/26/64. Issue: discharge - safety violations. Hearing notes
Box 78 Folder 1 1964
Hearing notes re grievance handling. Exhibit, correspondence
Box 78 Folder 2
Hearing notes re pension fund
Box 78 Folder 3 1949
3/18/49. Hearing notes re back pay awards
Box 78 Folder 4-5 1954
9/1/54. Issues: rates of pay; mileage. Exhibits, hearing notes, correspondence
Box 78 Folder 6 1948
6/1/48. Hearing notes re pay increase - eligibility
Box 78 Folder 7 1947
4/29/47. Hearing notes re rates of pay
Box 78 Folder 8 1942
11/50/42. Issue: rate of pay. Hearing notes, correspondence
Box 79 Folder 1 1942
9/42. Preliminary order to parties
Box 79 Folder 2 1949-1951
Hearing notes re holiday pay
Box 79 Folder 3 1976
4/76. Correspondence re contract interpretation
Box 79 Folder 4 1976-1977
Settled - re holiday fund
Box 79 Folder 5 1975
Decision of Peter Seitz, designated as arbitrator by Cole re shutdown
Box 79 Folder 6 1971
6/l6/75. Issue: discharge ILGWU, Educational Institute of No. Jersey vs. Office & Professional Employees International Union, Local 32, 7/29/71. Issue: discharge
Box 79 Folder 7 1972
6/72. (Decisions by Sidney Wolff, Tes. as arb. by Cole) re discharge, seniority, suspension
Box 79 Folder 8 1966
3/10/66. Issue: fringe benefits. Hearing notes
Box 79 Folder 9 1972
1/72. Correspondence re discharge, seniority
Box 79 Folder 10 1975
9/3/75. Issue: Employer contribution to Health, Welfare & Retirement Funds. Hearing notes, exhibit
Box 79 Folder 11-12 1970-1973
Correspondence
Box 80 Folder 1 1958
6/4/58. Issue: appropriate bargaining unit
Box 80 Folder 2 1966
11/25/66. Issue: transfers. Exhibits, hearing notes
Box 80 Folder 3 1966
6/21/66. Issue: insurance claim
Box 80 Folder 4 1967
3/3/67. Issue: safety conditions. Hearing notes
Box 80 Folder 5 1967
5/19/67. Issue: relocation allowance. Hearing notes, exhibit
Box 81 Folder 1 1967
5/22/67. Settled
Box 81 Folder 2 1967
9/6/67. Issue: incentive plan. Hearing notes, exhibits
Box 81 Folder 3 1967
9/6/67. Issue: disciplinary suspension. Exhibits
Box 81 Folder 4 1967
11/28/67. Issue: promotions - upgrading
Box 81 Folder 5 1967
11/21/67. Issue: discharge - discipline
Box 81 Folder 6 1968
1/68. Correspondence
Box 81 Folder 7 1970
2/11/70. Issue: discharge - unsatisfactory performance
Box 82 Folder 1 1970
3/70. Prehearing Briefs and Exhibits re job classification
Box 83 Folder 1 1956-1962
12/56 - 6/62. Hearing notes re job classification; job evaluation
Box 83 Folder 2 1962-1967
6/62 - 8/67. Hearing notes re discipline; bargaining unit; job assignment
Box 83 Folder 3 1967-1972
11/67 - 6/72. Hearing notes re work assignment; job classification
Box 83 Folder 4 1973-1976
1/73 - 1/76. Hearing notes re discharge; falsification of application; promotion denial
Box 83 Folder 5 1945-1946
#1-24 (not all Cole's arbitration). Issues: seniority; rates of pay; insubordination; work schedules
Box 83 Folder 6 1946-1951
#25-49 (not all Cole's). Issues: work classification; hours of work; rates of pay
Box 84 Folder 1 1951-1953
#58-75 (not all Cole's). Issues: incentives; discharge; rates of pay; job classification
Box 84 Folder 2 1953
#51-74 (not all Cole's). Issues: promotions; incentive plans; work schedules
Box 84 Folder 3 1954
#97-ll0 (not all Cole's). Issues: promotions; classification of jobs
Box 84 Folder 4 1954-1955
#111-131 (not all Cole's). Issues: equipment; equitable incentives
Box 84 Folder 5 1955-1956
#133-150 (not all Cole's). Issues: discharge, layoffs; job classification; incentive plans
Box 85 Folder 1 1957
2/57 - 7/57 - #151-179 (Awards of Peter Seitz as well as Cole are contained in boxes 85-86). Issues: incentive plans; work schedules; discipline; job duties
Box 85 Folder 2 1952-1957
9/52 - 12/57 - #201- 224. Issues: overtime; scheduling; job classification
Box 85 Folder 3 1957-1958
12/57 - 3/58 - #225- 250. Issues: incentive plans; job classification
Box 85 Folder 4 1958
3/58 - 12/58 - #251-274. Issues: promotions; job duties; overtime; grievance filing
Box 85 Folder 5 1958-1959
8/58 - 1/59 - #275- 300. Issues: incentive plans; overtime; seniority; job classification
Box 86 Folder 1 1959
1/59 - 5/59 - #301-325. Issues: seniority; incentive plans; crew size; discipline
Box 86 Folder 2 1959-1960
5/59 - 8/60 - #326- 351. Issues: job classification; demotion; incentive plans; management rights
Box 86 Folder 3-6 1960-1962
8/60 - 10/62 - #352-502. Awards other than Cole's - Those of Peter Kelliher)
Box 87 Folder 1-2 1962-1964
1/62 - 6/64 - #503- 570. Awards of Peter Kelliher
Box 87 Folder 3-4 1964-1976
12/64 - 10/76 - #571-632. Issues: incentive plans; safety; discharge; seniority
Box 88 Folder 1-5 1973-1977
1973 - 1977. Miscellaneous correspondence, exhibits regarding settled or withdrawn cases
Box 89 Folder 1 1966-1976
1966 - 1976. Duplicate decisions
Box 89 Folder 2-4 1970
4/24/70. Issue: demotion; hearing notes; briefs; correspondence
Box 89 Folder 5 1970
7/22/70. Issue: crew size
Box 90 Folder 1 1971
7/14/71. Issue: discipline; tardiness
Box 90 Folder 2 1971
10/18/71. Issue: discipline; safety rule violation
Box 90 Folder 3 1971
7/14/71. Issue: vacation schedules
Box 90 Folder 4 1972
4/17/72. Issue: incentive plan; rates of pay
Box 90 Folder 5 1972
6/8/72. Issue: job classification; rates of pay
Box 90 Folder 6 1972
6/8/72. Issue: discipline; insubordination
Box 91 Folder 1-2 1972
6/8/72. Issue: discipline; insubordination
Box 91 Folder 3 1972
5/2/72. Issue: discharge; unsatisfactory work
Box 91 Folder 4 1972
6/30/72. Issue: supplemental unemployment benefit plan
Box 91 Folder 5 1973
2/7/73. Issue: violation of safety rules
Box 92 Folder 1 1973
4/10/73. Issue: schedules of work
Box 92 Folder 2 1973
9/5/73. Issue: discharge; fraudulent insurance claim
Box 92 Folder 3 1974
2/6/74. Issue: discharge; falsification of records
Box 93 Folder 1 1973
11/7/73. Issue: sick benefits
Box 93 Folder 2 1974
2/6/74. Issue: discipline; absenteeism
Box 93 Folder 3 1974
7/3/74. Issue: discharge; insubordination
Box 93 Folder 4 1974
9/13/74. Issue: contract interpretation; grievance process
Box 93 Folder 5 1974
9/18/74. Issue: discharge; falsification of application
Box 94 Folder 1 1974
9/18/74. Issue: falsification of application
Box 94 Folder 2 1974
9/18/74. Issue: discipline; supervisory responsibility
Box 94 Folder 3 1975
4/7/75. Issue: overtime
Box 94 Folder 4 1975
4/21/75. Issue: seniority; work assignment
Box 95 Folder 1 1975
4/2/75. Issue: discipline; discrimination charge
Box 95 Folder 2-3 1975
8/15/75. Issue: discharge; safety violation
Box 96 Folder 1 1975
8/26/75. Issue: seniority; promotion
Box 96 Folder 2 1975
8/15/75. Issue: discharge; falsification of application
Box 97 Folder 1 1975
12/11/75. Issue: schedules
Box 97 Folder 2 1975
12/11/75. Issue: demotion; physical disability
Box 97 Folder 3 1975
12/11/75. Issue: discipline; safety rules
Box 98 Folder 1 1976
1/26/76. Issue: discharge; personal conduct
Box 98 Folder 2 1976
1/26/76. Issue: discharge; absenteeism
Box 98 Folder 3 1976
5/26/76. Issue: discharge; personal conduct, overall work record
Box 99 Folder 1 1976
6/2/76. Issue: reinstatement of disabled employee
Box 99 Folder 2 1976
10/22/76. Issue: discharge; safety rules
Box 99 Folder 3 1976
10/22/76. Issue: discharge; unsatisfactory work and insubordination
Box 99 Folder 4 1976-1977
Issue: appeal of a decision regarding denial of sickness benefits
Box 99.1 Folder All
Regarding grievance procedures in International Harvester, Kaiser Steel and others involving the United Steelworkers and the United Auto Workers
Box 100 Folder 1 1953-1954
10/53 - 8/54. Hearing notes regarding many issues: discharge, overtime, transfers, holiday pay to list a few
Box 100 Folder 2 1954-1957
3/54 - 1/57. Hearing notes regarding many issues: discharge, overtime, transfers, holiday pay to list a few
Box 100 Folder 3 1957-1959
1/57 - 6/59. Hearing notes regarding many issues: discharge, overtime, transfers, holiday pay to list a few
Box 100 Folder 4 1959-1961
4/59 - 5/61. Hearing notes regarding many issues: discharge, overtime, transfers, holiday pay to list a few
Box 101 Folder 1 1954-1961
Documentation regarding various cases, contracts, correspondence
Box 102 Folder 1 1947
1/17/47. Issue: discharge; transcript; hearing notes
Box 102 Folder 2 1947
8/1/47. Hearing notes regarding rates of pay
Box 102 Folder 3-6 1960-1961
Hearing notes regarding rates of pay; minutes of long range planning committee; correspondence; reports
Box 102.1 Folder 1 1947
Box 102.1 Folder 2
Box 103 Folder All 1963-1964
Documents regarding long range sharing plan; correspondence; reports; etc.
Box 104 Folder All 1956-1973
Documents regarding long range sharing plan; correspondence; reports; etc.
Box 105 Folder 1 1963
3/63. Minutes and correspondence of long range planning committee
Box 105 Folder 2 1967
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Box 106 Folder All 1960-1975
Documents regarding long range sharing plan; correspondence; reports; etc.
Box 107 Folder All 1960-1975
Documents regarding long range sharing plan; correspondence; reports; etc.
Box 108 Folder 1 1946-1950
Hearing notes regarding incentive system; job displacement
Box 108 Folder 2 1947-1955
Hearing notes regarding union security; discharge
Box 108 Folder 3 1957
4/57. Issue: rates of pay; hours of work; hearing notes; transcripts; exhibit; briefs
Box 109 Folder 1-2 1947
4/47. Transcript
Box 110 Folder 1 1969-1976
Hearing notes regarding sex discrimination; rates of pay
Box 110 Folder 2 1977
Miscellaneous billing statements
Box 110 Folder 3-8 1964-1977
Correspondence, agreements, awards regarding the following issues: insubordination; discharge; holiday pay; seniority; rates of pay, among others
Box 111 Folder 1-13 1967-1977
Correspondence, awards, exhibits, etc. Includes decisions by Cole and other arbitrators regarding discharge; holiday pay; rates of pay; work stoppage; job classification
Box 112 Folder 1 1958
4/16/58. Issue: rates of pay
Box 112 Folder 2 1948
6/8/48. Issue: work assignment outside bargaining unit; transcript
Box 113 Folder 1 1967
4/14/67. Issue: security; hearing notes; correspondence; etc.
Box 113 Folder 2 1947
11/1/47. Issue: discharge; incompetence; hearing notes; correspondence; etc.
Box 113 Folder 3-4 1946-1948
Awards of Cole and others regarding benefit plans; wages; sick leave; insurance plan; exhibit; hearing notes; correspondence; etc.
Box 113 Folder 5-7 1964-1970
Issues: rates of pay; elimination of job classification; call-in pay; discharge; correspondence; exhibit
Box 113.1 Folder 1 1970
January 1970. Issue: distribution of World Series Players Fund; transcript; hand written notes
Box 113.1 Folder 2 1963
2/63. Hearing notes regarding plant shutdown
Box 113.1 Folder 3 1968
4/22/68. Hearing notes regarding ?
Box 114 Folder All
Box 115 Folder All
Box 116 Folder 1 1976
6/18/76. Issue: severance pay
Box 116 Folder 2 1976
6/18/76. Issue: rates of pay; hearing notes; correspondence
Box 116 Folder 3 1976
4/12/76. Issue: discharge; insubordination; hearing notes; correspondence
Box 116 Folder 4 1975
12/3/75. Issue: discharge; unsatisfactory performance; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 5 1975
12/3/75. Issue: discharge; safety rules; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 6 1975
9/24/75. Issue: discharge; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 7 1975
12/17/75. Issue: discharge; insubordination; hearing notes; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 8 1975
7/9/75. Issue: rates of pay; premium pay; hearing notes; correspondence
Box 116 Folder 9 1975
4/75. Issue: discharge; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 10 1975
7/7/75. Issue: discharge; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 11 1975
7/7/75. Issue: rates of pay; hearing notes; correspondence
Box 116 Folder 12 1975
7/7/75. Issue: discharge; leave of absence; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 13 1975-1976
Correspondence regarding meeting of Licensed Personnel Board of which Cole was a member
Box 116 Folder 14 1975
3/19/75. Issue: discrimination; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 116 Folder 15 1975
3/13/75. Issue: rates of pay; premium pay; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 117 Folder 1-2 1973
Issue: rates of pay; transcript; correspondence; exhibit; hearing notes
Box 117 Folder 3 1973
12/24/73. Issue: discharge; alcoholism; hearing notes; exhibit; correspondence
Box 117 Folder 4 1973
10/26/73. Issue: discharge; insubordination; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 117 Folder 5 1972
10/12/72. Issue: rates of pay; severance pay; hearing notes; correspondence; exhibit
Box 118 Folder 1 1972
9/26/72. Issue: rates of pay; back pay; exhibit; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 2 1972
Correspondence (no award)
Box 118 Folder 3 1972
4/19/72. Issue: discharge; insubordination; correspondence; exhibit
Box 118 Folder 4 1972
3/17/72. Issue: discharge; unsatisfactory job performance; hearing notes; exhibit; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 5 1971
5/27/71. Issue: discharge; hearing notes; exhibit; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 6 1971
5/27/71. Issue: reinstatement; illness; hearing notes; exhibit; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 7 1970
12/29/70. Issue: overtime; unsatisfactory job performance; hearing notes; exhibit; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 8 1970
3/16/70. Issue: illegal work stoppage; hearing notes; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 9 1969
4/22/69. Issue: rates of pay"Vietnam Area Bonus;" correspondence
Box 118 Folder 10 1968
12/17/68. Issue: discharge; job performance; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 11 1968
5/1/68. Issue: discharge; fights and altercation; correspondence; exhibit
Box 118 Folder 12
8/16/67. Issue: rates of pay; hearing notes; exhibit; correspondence
Box 118 Folder 13-15 1965-1970
Correspondence regarding various issues
Box 118 Folder 16-19 1966-1969
Correspondence regarding meetings of Licensed Personnel Board and other related matters
Box 119 Folder 1-3 1967-1977
Correspondence regarding Licensed Personnel Board
Box 119 Folder 4 1967
11/21/67. Issue: renegotiation of agreement; grievance procedure
Box 119 Folder 5-7 1967-1969
Hearing notes; summary of case
Box 120 Folder 1 1966
Exhibit; data regarding wages and costs of settlement in above case
Box 121 Folder 1 1961-1966
Includes correspondence; Arthur J. Goldberg decision
Box 122 Folder 1 1969
Includes correspondence; hearing notes
Box 123 Folder 1 1948-1962
10/23/48 - 1/15/62. Hearing notes only.
Box 123 Folder 2 1947
12/15/47. Includes correspondence; hearing notes
Box 123 Folder 3 1951
11/30/51. Issue: mandatory retirement age under the pension and welfare fund; includes correspondence, briefs, hearing notes
Box 123 Folder 4 1954
2/3/54. Issue: holiday pay; includes correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit
Box 123 Folder 5 1954
2/13/54. Issue: discharge
Box 124 Folder 1 1948
10/25/48. Issue: rates of pay; includes stipulation to arbitrate, correspondence, exhibit
Box 124 Folder 2-3 1945
5/31/45. Issue: job classification; shift premium; work week; includes correspondence, exhibit, reports, briefs, hearing notes
Box 124.1 Folder 1
Box 125 Folder 1-5 1970-1971
Issues: seniority, vacations, recall following strike; includes reports, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit and 3/31/71 decision
Box 126 Folder 1-4 1970-1971
Issues: rates of pay, hours of work; includes reports, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit and 5/10/71 decision
Box 127 Folder 1-2 1957
6/17/57. Issue: pension plan; includes correspondence, exhibit
Box 128 Folder 1 1952
Includes correspondence, consent decree
Box 128 Folder 2 1970
6/17/70. Issue: World Series Fund division among teams
Box 129 Folder 1 1948
Includes transcripts in a case regarding rates of pay
Box 129 Folder 2 1949
Hearing notes regarding work stoppage, employee discharge
Box 129 Folder 3-4 1948
Hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit regarding union shop, rates of pay
Box 130 Folder 1 1948
8/48. Includes exhibits and notes of company position in above case
Box 130 Folder 2 1948
Includes report by New Jersey State Board of Mediation appointed hearing panel (Cole was a member)
Box 131 Folder 1-2 1947
2/19/47. Issues: vacations, incentive pay, rates of pay; includes hearing notes, correspondence, briefs
Box 131 Folder 3 1950
12/50. Hearing notes regarding rates of pay
Box 131 Folder 4 1947-1948
Hearing notes and agreement regarding bonus pay, lunch period and sanitary code
Box 131 Folder 5 1947
Grievance forms (completed) regarding seniority, rates of pay, etc.
Box 131 Folder 6 1949
7/13/49. Issue: incentive pay
Box 131 Folder 7 1949
5/31/49. Issue: seniority
Box 131 Folder 8 1951
8/20/51. Issue: piece rate
Box 131 Folder 9 1951
11/20/51. Issues: rates of pay, holiday pay, hours of work
Box 132 Folder 1-2 1956
6/4/56. Issue: work week; includes correspondence, exhibit
Box 133 Folder All 1968
1/24/68. Issues: rates of pay, salary schedules; includes transcripts, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit, briefs, reports
Box 134 Folder All 1968
1/24/68. Issues: rates of pay, salary schedules; includes transcripts, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit, briefs, reports
Box 135 Folder All 1968
1/24/68. Issues: rates of pay, salary schedules; includes transcripts, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit, briefs, reports
Box 136 Folder All 1968
1/24/68. Issues: rates of pay, salary schedules; includes transcripts, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit, briefs, reports
Box 137 Folder All 1968
1/24/68. Issues: rates of pay, salary schedules; includes transcripts, correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit, briefs, reports
Box 138 Folder 1-2 1965
Includes hearing notes, report, correspondence, exhibit
Box 139 Folder All 1947
6/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, terms of contract, pension plan; includes hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit, minutes of arbitration hearings 3-4/47, briefs, reports, transcripts
Box 139.1 Folder 1 1947
Box 140 Folder All 1947
6/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, terms of contract, pension plan; includes hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit, minutes of arbitration hearings 3-4/47, briefs, reports, transcripts
Box 141 Folder All 1947
6/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, terms of contract, pension plan; includes hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit, minutes of arbitration hearings 3-4/47, briefs, reports, transcripts
Box 142 Folder All 1947
6/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, terms of contract, pension plan; includes hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit, minutes of arbitration hearings 3-4/47, briefs, reports, transcripts
Box 143 Folder All 1947
6/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, terms of contract, pension plan; includes hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit, minutes of arbitration hearings 3-4/47, briefs, reports, transcripts
Box 143 Folder 1
Box 144 Folder All 1947
6/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, terms of contract, pension plan; includes hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit, minutes of arbitration hearings 3-4/47, briefs, reports, transcripts
Box 144.1 Folder 1 1947
Additional exhibits
Box 144.1 Folder 2 1951
Exhibits describing the Board of Transportation
Box 144.1 Folder 3 1961
12/61. Exhibits and report, recommendations of the Transit Labor Board; issues: four day work week, health program, rates of pay
Box 145 Folder All 1957
Hearing notes, exhibits, transcripts, briefs, reports, statements, proceedings to determine appropriate units (Fact-finding Committee for New York City)
Box 145.1 Folder All 1957
Hearing notes, exhibits, transcripts, briefs, reports, statements, proceedings to determine appropriate units (Fact-finding Committee for New York City)
Box 145.2 Folder All 1957
Hearing notes, exhibits, transcripts, briefs, reports, statements, proceedings to determine appropriate units (Fact-finding Committee for New York City)
Box 146 Folder 1 1948-1950
Exhibits, reports from the Board of Transportation and the New York City Transit Fact-finding Board
Box 147 Folder 1 1950
3/50. Exhibit presented to Fact-finding Board in the Transit Industry from the Board of Transportation and the Union
Box 148 Folder 1 1960
3-8/60. Hearing notes discussing sick pay, vacation pay
Box 148 Folder 2 1948
Hearing notes discussing sick benefits, insurance plan
Box 148 Folder 3 1953
Correspondence, agreement
Box 148 Folder 4 1947
2/17/47. Issue: wage re-opener
Box 148 Folder 5 1949
Exhibits, briefs presented to voluntary Labor Arbitration Tribunal regarding rates of pay
Box 148 Folder 6 1950
12/20/50. Issue: vacation pay
Box 148 Folder 7 1951
5/14/51. Issue: shift differentials, rates of pay
Box 149 Folder 1 1947
10-11/47. Statements and rebuttals by both parties prior to arbitration; issue: minimum wage rates and shift differentials
Box 149 Folder 2-3 1949
3-4/49. Articles, exhibits regarding rates of pay
Box 150 Folder 1-2 1949
Additional transcripts, exhibits
Box 151 Folder 1-3 1948
7/24/48. Issue: discharge, reinstatement; includes transcript, brief, correspondence, exhibit
Box 151 Folder 4 1950
1/27/50. Transcript of proceeding before Cole regarding wage opener
Box 152 Folder 1 1952
8/15/52. Hearing notes regarding wage demands
Box 152 Folder 2 1952
9/13/52. Issue: rates of pay; includes correspondence, briefs, hearing notes, exhibits
Box 152 Folder 3 1951-1952
Contracts only
Box 152 Folder 4 1946
9/17/46. Hearing notes regarding discharge
Box 152 Folder 5 1947
2/2/47. Hearing notes regarding wage adjustment
Box 153 Folder 1 1947
9/24/47. Issue: layoff, seniority; includes correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit
Box 153 Folder 2 1947
12/16/47. Issue: rates of pay, job classification; includes correspondence, hearing notes, transcript
Box 153 Folder 3 1948
11/10/48. Issue: rates of pay, severance pay; includes correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit
Box 154 Folder 1 1948
Transcripts
Box 155 Folder 1-2 1952
5/1/52. Issue: seniority; includes exhibit
Box 156 Folder 1-4 1952
Includes transcripts, correspondence, hearing notes and exhibits in above case and supplemental hearing, - 5-7/52.
Box 156 Folder 5 1957
1/57. Issue: jurisdiction; includes hearing notes, correspondence, briefs
Box 156 Folder 6 1956
4/11/56. Issue: rates of pay, grievance procedure
Box 157 Folder 1-3 1957
6/57. Issues: rates of pay, work rules, working conditions; includes correspondence, exhibit, reports, hearing notes
Box 158 Folder 1-2 1957
Exhibits and final report of neutral (Cole)
Box 158 Folder 3 1962
5/24/62. Issues: vacations, sick leave, pay adjustment, retirement; includes exhibit, correspondence, hearing notes
Box 158 Folder 4 1950
5/5/50. Includes exhibits, correspondence
Box 159 Folder 1-2 1951
12/12/51. Issue: telephone usage; includes correspondence, hearing notes, exhibit
Box 160 Folder 1 1951
Exhibits
Box 161 Folder 1 1950
3/27/50. Includes briefs, exhibits
Box 162 Folder 1 1969
8/25/69. Issue: discharge; includes exhibit, correspondence, hearing notes, transcript
Box 163 Folder 1-5 1950
10/11/50. Issues: rates of pay, overtime, pension plan, funeral pay, vacation pay; includes correspondence, briefs, hearing notes, exhibit, transcript
Box 164 Folder 1 1950
Exhibits
Box 164 Folder 2 1950
11/50. Includes hearing notes, contract, correspondence
Box 164 Folder 3 1951
3/8/51. Issue: job elimination; includes correspondence
Box 164 Folder 4 1954
8/3/54. Issues: wage changes, wage formulas
Box 165 Folder 1 1955
12/28/55. Issue: crew size; includes exhibit, correspondence, hearing notes
Box 165 Folder 2 1949
8/9/49. Hearing notes only
Box 165 Folder 3 1951
12/11/51. Hearing notes only
Box 165 Folder 4 1948
10/26/48. Hearing notes only
Box 165 Folder 5 1949
4/17/49. Hearing notes only
Box 165 Folder 6 1949
11/28/49. Issue: retroactive wage increase, overtime allowances, job related modifications; includes correspondence, exhibit
Box 165 Folder 7 1960
6/1/60. Hearing notes only
Box 165 Folder 8 1948
1/26/48. Hearing notes, transcripts
Box 165 Folder 9 1952
9/22/52. Hearing notes only
Box 165 Folder 10 1953
Includes correspondence
Box 166 Folder 1 1960
Correspondence
Box 166 Folder 2-7 1967-1971
Includes correspondence, bills, reports, orders, newspaper articles, petition for exemption from equal employment opportunity (EEO) rules
Box 167 Folder 1-4 1965-1967
Includes correspondence, reports regarding Ronson vs. Braun Company
Box 168 Folder 1 1967
6/30/67. Report of proceedings in the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce; includes correspondence
Box 169 Folder 1-4 1955-1977
Correspondence; contracts; correspondence regarding excise tax on cigarette lighters, regarding 1955 contract negotiations with the United Auto Workers in Newark plant and routine
Box 169 Folder 5 1942
12/14/42. Issue: differential wage rates
Box 170 Folder 1-2 1949
Hearing notes, exhibits
Box 170 Folder 3 1953
1953. Correspondence
Box 170 Folder 4 1959
Hearing notes regarding merger
Box 170 Folder 5 1942
12/31/42. Issue: discharge, probationary period; hearing notes
Box 170 Folder 6 1952
7/23/52. Hearing notes regarding job duties
Box 170 Folder 7 1964
1964. Hearing notes regarding job discrimination; correspondence regarding arbitrability of cases
Box 170 Folder 8 1946
Hearing notes
Box 170 Folder 9 1948
10/48. Hearing notes regarding holiday pay
Box 170 Folder 10 1947-1948
Hearing notes regarding discharge, unsatisfactory job performance
Box 170 Folder 11 1948
Hearing notes regarding job posting
Box 170 Folder 12-13 1945-1946
Hearing notes regarding job descriptions
Box 170 Folder 14 1951
3/26/51. Hearing notes regarding bargaining unit, job duties
Box 171 Folder 1 1961-1963
Hearing notes regarding fare increases
Box 171 Folder 2-5 1959-1960
Arbitration Board #252. Issues: wages, crew size, bargaining unit; hearing notes, transcript, exhibit
Box 172 Folder 1-3 1959-1960
Arbitration Board #252. Issues: wages, crew size, bargaining unit; exhibits
Box 173 Folder 1 1948
2/9/48. Issue: rates of pay; hearing notes, transcripts
Box 173 Folder 2 1957
12/27/57. Hearing notes regarding job classification
Box 173 Folder 3-4 1954
6/1/54. Hearing notes, exhibit regarding rates of pay
Box 173 Folder 5 1962
5/14/62. Hearing notes regarding seniority issue
Box 173 Folder 6 1947
10/18/47. Issues: rates of pay, job classification; hearing notes, exhibit, correspondence
Box 173 Folder 7 1948-1949
Hearing notes regarding discharge, unsatisfactory job performance
Box 173 Folder 8 1950
6/16/50. Hearing notes regarding seniority
Box 173 Folder 9 1946
11/21/46. Hearing notes regarding work week
Box 174 Folder 1 1953
12/10/53. Issue: pension benefits; hearing notes, correspondence, exhibit
Box 174 Folder 2 1963
4/1/63. Hearing notes regarding retirement
Box 174 Folder 3 1965
9/17/65. Issue: job duties; hearing notes, correspondence
Box 174 Folder 4 1965
6/15/65. Issue: retirement benefits; hearing notes, exhibits, correspondence
Box 175 Folder All 1948
1/7/48. Issue: downgrading; transcript, exhibit, hearing notes, correspondence
Box 176 Folder All 1948
1/7/48. Issue: downgrading; transcript, exhibit, hearing notes, correspondence
Box 177 Folder 1 1948
Additional transcript
Box 177 Folder 2-3 1946
Issue: strike; correspondence, hearing notes
Box 177 Folder 4
No date. Hearing notes regarding layoff
Box 177 Folder 5 1947
8/27/47. Hearing notes regarding layoff, seniority
Box 177 Folder 6 1947-1966
Hearing notes regarding rates of pay, fringe benefits
Box 177 Folder 7 1964
Correspondence, agreement regarding profit sharing
Box 177 Folder 8 1942
Issue: wages; correspondence, exhibit
Box 177 Folder 9 1964
9/10/64. Hearing notes regarding employee rights
Box 178 Folder All 1954-1968
Various unions are involved: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Textile Workers Union of America, Communication Workers of America, United Auto Workers, etc; none significantly dominate this section (these are chronologically arranged no-raiding agreements)
Box 179 Folder All 1954- 1964
A copy of the no-raiding agreement is included; decisions cover 10/54 - 3/64 and include decisions affecting the United Steelworkers of America, Office Employees Union, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, International Association of Machinists, International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers; some correspondence between Cole and the AFL-CIO Executives; there is no disproportionate representation in this box, between unions or industry
Box 180 Folder All 1964-1969
Chronologically ordered, affecting the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, the Communication Workers of America, the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen, and others; no industry or union is predominant
Box 181 Folder All 1969-1973
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the Service Employees International Union, and the American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees comprise the bulk of this section; also included are the Textile Workers Union of America, the International Association of Machinists, and the International Union of Operating Engineers
Box 182 Folder All 1973-1977
Arranged by case number (in approximate chronological order) affecting mainly the American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees, the Marine Engineers Benevolence Association, the Communication Workers of America, the Service Employees International Union, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the United Steelworkers of America, the International Union of Operating Engineers and the Graphic Artists International Union
Box 183 Folder All
Billing materials; examples of closed, postponed, or transferred cases; information on public sector regulations; and appealed decisions to the Executive Council
Box 184 Folder All 1966-1970
Affected unions include the International Association of Machinists, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, the United Auto Workers of America, the Retail Clerks International Union, the Communication Workers of America; no union predominates
Box 185 Folder All 1970-1972
Affecting the Textile Workers Union of America, the Communication Workers of America, the American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees, the Service Employees International Union, the Retail Clerks International Union though no union or industry dominates this section
Box 185 Folder All 1972
The result of disputes primarily between the Textile Workers Union of America and the International Ladies Garment Workers Union
Box 185 Folder All
Affecting the American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees, the Textile Workers Union of America and others though no union is predominant
Box 186 Folder 1 1976
27820
Box 186 Folder 2 1976
5/76, re: Florida State Services note: includes written deposition and other exhibits
Box 186 Folder 3 1976
6/76, re: S. Klein Department Stores and Korvettes note: includes hand written notes, affidavits, and other exhibits: application to Federal Trade Commission for transaction between S. Klein and Korvettes
Box 186 Folder 4 1973-1976
re: International Environmental Company note: includes letters from RWDSU and SMWIA to Mr. Cole; Mr. Cole's hand written notes; correspondence with the National Labor Relations Board; and the agreement between the International Environmental Manufacturing Company and RWDSU, AFL-CIO, the Amalgamated Workers Union, Local 88
Box 186.1 Folder 1 1974- 1977
6/76, re: Public Service Board, San Antonio, Texas note: includes Mr. Cole's hand written notes; a letter to George Meany, President of the AFL-CIO, from Cole along with a copy of his determination; AFSCME's closing statement, affidavits, and a detailed description of changes in wages, fringe benefits, effective 1974 - 1977
Box 186.1 Folder 2 1976
7/76, re: King Soopers Stores note: includes note and determination from Cole to George Meany et al; Mr. Cole's hand written notes; exhibits of unfair labor practice charge (formal filing forms of the National Labor Relations Board)
Box 186.1 Folder 3 1976
7/76, re: non-payment of per capita taxes note: includes decision and petition for reconsideration, explanation for reconsideration and second denial; correspondence concerning Mr. Cole's payment including Xeroxed check; Mr. Cole's hand written notes; post hearing briefs; signed agreement between both parties; attached folders of additional exhibits
Box 187 Folder 1
re: Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company note: no determination necessary (see Mr. Cole's letter to George Meany); also includes Cole's hand written notes; description of dispute; and filing of charges in letters to Meany from L.E. Dennis, ARSA International President
Box 187 Folder 2
re: WPLG-TV, Miami, Florida note: includes Cole's hand written notes; copies of determination; parties' summaries of their positions; and transcript of hearing
Box 187 Folder 3
re: Cummings Sign Company, Houston, Texas note: includes Cole's hand written notes; copy of agreement between parties; affidavits of employees; NO DETERMINATION, CHARGES WITHDRAWN
Box 187 Folder 4
re: Domino Supermarket, Bronx, New York note: includes Cole's notes; appearance list; and notification of hearing
Box 187 Folder 5 1973-1976
re: Ralco Sewing Industries; Weather Vane Outerwear Corporation Warehouse note: includes copy of determination; Mr. Cole's hand written notes; memorandum on behalf of ILGWU; copy of agreement between parties for 1972 - 1976; letter to Mr. Cole from George Meany; agreement between ILGWU and Country Miss, Incorporated, 1973 - 1976
Box 187.1 Folder 1 1964
1964, re: employee discharge note: includes copy of opinion and award
Box 187.1 Folder 2
re: employee discharge note: includes opinion and award
Box 187.1 Folder 3 1964
1964, re: employee vacation pay note: includes opinion and award
Box 188 Folder 1 1965
David Cole, Chairman, 1965; (contains miscellaneous correspondence regarding AAA meetings; discussions, summaries and comments on papers on collective bargaining; and two booklets on purpose of LMI)
Box 188 Folder 2 1966
Arden House Conference held 11/20-23/66 in New York City attended by members of LMI for purpose of discussing research papers on new methods of collective bargaining
Box 189 Folder 1 1963-1969
Advisory Committee, 1963 - 1969, David Cole, Chairman; (LMI asked by labor and management representatives to sponsor "off the record" meetings with labor and management representatives in the manufacturing sector
Box 189 Folder 2 1964
Research Subcommittee, 1964; (includes correspondence regarding analytic papers to be presented)
Box 189 Folder 3 1967
Includes proposals for handling public employee disputes and for studying the use of computers)
Box 189 Folder 4 1969
LMI replaced by Center for Dispute Settlement
Box 190 Folder 1 1963
Newspaper Industry Conference; (newspaper executives and newspaper union officials conferred and agreed to study the impact of new technology on future employment opportunities; the means of resolving or avoiding jurisdictional disputes; and the possibilities of greater use of arbitration
Box 191 Folder 1 1964
Manufacturing Sector; (includes report from labor-management manufacturing sector conference 11/64; and report and booklet on collective bargaining and disputes in the construction industry)
Box 191 Folder 2 1965
Manufacturing Sector; (includes report from second labor-management manufacturing sector conference, 3/65)
Box 191 Folder 3 1969
Correspondence; (includes miscellaneous news and reports)
Box 192 Folder 1 1958
Contains reports from regional conferences and annual meetings; and miscellaneous correspondence
Box 192 Folder 2 1956-1957
Contains reports and minutes of the AAA Executive Committee and the Arbitration Law Committee; and miscellaneous correspondence)
Box 192 Folder 3 1951
Includes minutes of the Arbitration Law Committee, 10/51
Box 192 Folder 4
Includes papers, notes and memoranda regarding arbitration
Box 193 Folder 1
Minutes and notices of meetings
Box 193 Folder 2
Correspondence
Box 193 Folder 3 1971-1973
Miscellaneous
Box 194 Folder 1-2 1971
Box 195 Folder 1 1957
Box 195 Folder 2 1950
, 1950
Box 195 Folder 3 1953
, 1953
Box 196 Folder 1 1956
, 1956; reports and documents
Box 196 Folder 2 1956
July 2-11/56; includes correspondence and list of participants
Box 196 Folder 3 1956
Geneva, Switzerland, July 2- 11/56; expenses
Box 196 Folder 4
Report to ILO consultants; includes list of members of Committee of Experts
Box 196 Folder 5
R. Peter Straus, Director; contains correspondence with Mr. Cole
Box 197 Folder All 1964-1965
1964 Geneva, 1965 Japan and Honolulu; contains report from factfinding and conciliation commission on freedom of association on "the complaints of alleged infringements of trade union rights in Japan submitted to the ILO by eleven trade union organizations; record of hearings for above case; and documents for hearings and witnesses
Box 198 Folder All 1964-1965
Hearing on trade union rights in Japan (continued from preceding folder); includes hearing notes and cultural and educational books on Japan
Box 199 Folder All 1964-1965
Hearing on trade union rights in Japan (continued from preceding folder); includes papers by members of Committee of Experts and correspondence
Box 200 Folder All 1964-1965
Hearing on trade union rights in Japan (continued from preceding folder); includes exhibits and newspaper clippings
Box 201 Folder 1
Box 201 Folder 2 1950-1957
Box 201.1 Folder 1 1951
On the decision by the Supreme Court of New Jersey in the "Matter of the Arbitration between New Jersey Telephone and the Communication Workers of America;" article deals with how statutes are constructed
Box 201.1 Folder 2 1949
Including "Employer's Ability to Pay in Wage Determinations" and "Can Collective Bargaining be Improved?" (1949)
Box 201.1 Folder 3 1949
Includes notes and proceedings and the paper "What Makes for Industrial Peace?"
Box 201.1 Folder 4
Harvard Business School, the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, Yale University, and the University of Illinois; contains speech notes
Box 202 Folder 1 1959
Contains lecture notes regarding "The Arbitrator Examines the Discharge Question," and information on the NYSSILR at Cornell University
Box 202 Folder 2 1957
Box 202 Folder 3 1953
Includes "Observations on the Nature and Function of Mediation"
Box 202 Folder 4 1961-1963
Notes on types of third party intervention; and papers by various authors
Box 202 Folder 5
Book written by Phillip Taft, professor of economics, Brown University, and Mr. Cole
Box 202 Folder 6
Notes for Conference on Automation and Employment, Kaiser Steelworkers
Box 202 Folder 7
council notes
Box 202 Folder 8 1966
Cole's final comments
Box 202 Folder 9 1967
Topic of Mr. Cole's speech was the tenth anniversary of the Welfare and Pension Plans of the Textile Workers Union of America
Box 203 Folder 1 1967
Mr. Cole wrote the introduction on the impact of automation and technological change on collective bargaining for the book by the Diebold Institute of Public Policy Studies
Box 203 Folder 1b
Box 203 Folder 2
Includes Mr. Cole's speech "An Inductive Analysis of Labor-Management Attitudes"
Box 203 Folder 3
Contains Cole's speech "Resolving Deadlocks in Public Employment"
Box 203 Folder 4
Speech by Cole
Box 203 Folder 5 1968
Cole's speech, "Labor Relations in Public Employment," deals with strike issues
Box 203 Folder 6 1969
Box 203 Folder 7
"The Federation's No-Raiding Program"
Box 204 Folder 1 1969
includes Mr. Cole's speech, Resolving Deadlocks in Public Employment and other information distributed at the convention
Box 204 Folder 2 1969
Includes correspondence regarding speech given by Cole for the PLI in 1969; (speech is not contained in folder)
Box 204 Folder 3
Television program on National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC); Mr. Cole participated in a discussion on "The Challenge of the Seventies to Labor" sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America
Box 204 Folder 4 1969
Contains several papers by various authors concerning the use of factfinding in dispute settlement, contains several papers by various authors concerning the use of factfinding in dispute settlement
Box 204 Folder 5 1970
Cole was forced to cancel appearance; (no speech in folder)
Box 204 Folder 6 1970
Atlantic City; Ralph Seward (arbitrator) testimonial dinner (Cole did not attend)
Box 204 Folder 7 1970
regarding labor relations in the seventies (co-sponsored by the American Arbitration Association)
Box 204 Folder 8 1971
Dayton, Ohio; contains speech, "An Inductive Analysis of Labor-Management Attitudes Revisited
Box 204 Folder 9 1972
Saratoga Springs, New York; contains anecdotes and notes by Cole
Box 205 Folder 1 1973
San Francisco, California; includes speech and speech notes
Box 205 Folder 2 1973
Virginia; includes speech and speech notes
Box 205 Folder 3 1973
Washington, District of Columbia; includes paper "Collective Bargaining and Industrial Peace" by Mr. Cole
Box 205 Folder 4 1973
Washington, District of Columbia; includes speech "New Inroads in Achieving Industrial Peace"
Box 205 Folder 5 1973
Box 205 Folder 6 1973
New York City; speech made by Cole
Box 205 Folder 7 1973
New York City; contains Cole's speech "Role of the National Commission for Industrial Peace"
Box 206 Folder 1 1974
Key Issue Lecture Series, 1974; includes Cole's paper "Is Industrial Peace Achievable?"
Box 206 Folder 2 1977
Sessions on Article XX, 1977; includes copy of article, correspondence, and notes
Box 206 Folder 3
Box 206.1 Folder All 1963
Book by Cole; includes book notes, market survey for book, and "thank you" letters for autographed copies
Box 207 Folder 1 1968
Cole was a member of Support Committee
Box 207 Folder 2
Cole elected as member
Box 207 Folder 3
Includes donation receipts
Box 207 Folder 4
Donation receipts
Box 207 Folder 5 1962-1967
1962 - 1963, 1965 - 1966, 1966 - 1967; includes programs, notes and papers
Box 207 Folder 6
Includes correspondence
Box 208 Folder 1
Includes donation receipts and correspondence
Box 208 Folder 2 1971
Cambridge, Massachusetts; includes Cole's personal history and vita
Box 208 Folder 3
Box 209 Folder 1
Donation receipts, etc.
Box 210 Folder 1
Box 210 Folder 2 1959
Washington, District of Columbia
Box 210 Folder 3 1972-1974
Data on endowment
Box 210 Folder 4 1975
Investigation of Endowment's past relationship with Walter Leyes and Lee Harris (kickback scheme)
Box 211 Folder 1 1942
Information regarding defense savings bonds and employee authorization cards
Box 211 Folder 2 1944
Newspaper clippings regarding thirty-eight DPC plants in New Jersey which were to be sold to prospective buyers when no longer needed in war effort
Box 211 Folder 3
Includes business transactions between Golodner and Cole and "No-Raid Agreement" joint project
Box 211 Folder 4
New Printing Company and The Patterson Evening News; Cole on leave of absence as Patterson, New Jersey counsel; making arrangements to return to that position from White House; H. Haines, a personal friend, reported on Cole's activities in Patterson Evening News
Box 211 Folder 5
John Hand and Sons; disagreement regarding bill of sale between above parties; includes letters to Cole soliciting his help
Box 211 Folder 6 1963
Requested Cole to meet with management regarding grievance procedures, 1963
Box 211 Folder 7
Cole as advisor on deed to house
Box 211 Folder 8 1969
1969 season; correspondence regarding Cole's mediation of the dispute
Box 211 Folder 9
Cole collected pledges to the Society
Box 211 Folder 10
Regarding Cole's appointment as member of United States Advisory Group on European Productivity
Box 211 Folder 11 1960
Nathan Cohen left shares of above stock to his wife and, upon her death, to Cole
Box 212 Folder 1 1965
Cole was trustee (resigned February 1965); includes his papers
Box 212 Folder 2 1955
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Box 212 Folder 3
President of Lindt and Spruengli Limited Chocolate Works, Zurich, Switzerland, regarding Cole's interest in merging American chocolate manufacturer with above party
Box 212 Folder 4
Box 213 Folder 1
Concentration on the steel industry
Box 213 Folder 2
Labor relations in research materials used by President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy
Box 213 Folder 3 1964
Supplementary Vacation Fund; Cole named "Umpire in the Deed of Trust"
Box 213 Folder 4 1964
Letter of agreement regarding panel to be used in deadlocked cases
Box 213 Folder 5
Includes job specifications for the textile industry
Box 214 Folder 1 1961
By Cole and others regarding labor disputes in maritime industry