Guide to the International Fur and Leather Workers Union Records

Collection Number: 5676

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

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Compiled by:
Kheel Staff, July 30, 1986
EAD encoding:
Kheel Staff, May 04, 2015

© 2015 Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
International Fur and Leather Workers Union Records, 1913-1966
Collection Number:
5676
Creator:
International Fur and Leather Workers Union
Quantity:
33.3 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Reports, pamphlets, correspondence, minutes, proceedings, photographs, records.
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
The records, 1913-1955, comprise General Executive Board minutes, administrative records, local union correspondence, and papers of union officers. Well documented are the union's organizing efforts, the internal struggles against corruption, and the radical activities of its members. Much material pertains to the effects of conservative pressures on its leaders - particularly Ben Gold - to renounce their radical persuasion.
Language:
Collection material in English


COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The collection spans the years 1913-1955 (bulk 1923-1955). It consists of official records, such as convention proceedings and General Executive Board meetings; office files (correspondence and financial records); local files (fur, leather, and Joint Board); subject files; and publications and miscellaneous. The records include union publications, broadsides, and photographs. The material documents particularly well the union's organizing efforts, the internal struggles against corruption, and the radical activities of its members. Also documented are the ethnic membership of the union, mostly Jewish and Greek, and its progressive and political bent. The records include documents pertaining to government prosecution of communist union members - prominently Ben Gold - but others as well. They give insights into the devastating effects of McCarthy-era anti-communist pressure on militant unions and their leaders.

SUBJECTS

Names:
International Fur and Leather Workers' Union.
International Fur & Leather Workers Union of the United States and Canada.
Gold, Ben.
Green, William, 1872-1952.

Subjects:
Leather workers--Labor unions--United States.
Fur workers--Labor unions--United States.

Form and Genre Terms:
Minutes.
Reports.
Pamphlets.
Correspondence.
Proceedings.
Photographs.
Records.


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Cite As:
International Fur and Leather Workers Union Records #5676. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related Collections:
5685: Joint Board, Fur, Leather & Machine Workers Union Records
5685: Joint Board, Fur, Leather & Machine Workers Union Records
5924: International Fur and Leather Workers Union Additional Records
6094: UAW Public Review Boaard Decisions

CONTAINER LIST

Date
Description
Container
1913
Proposed drafts of original constitution
Box 1 Folder 1
"Record of First Meeting (June 16, 1913) of the Furriers Convention," 8 p.
1915
"Minutes and Report of the 2nd Biennial Convention
Box 1 Folder 2
6/7-11/15.
1915
President's Report; General Secretary-Treasurer's Report
Box 1 Folder 3
June 7th
1915
Related convention documents
Box 1 Folder 4
speech by Samuel Gompers, resolutions, telegrams, draft constitutional amendments, (many handwritten documents).
1915
Related convention documents
Box 1 Folder 5
speech by Samuel Gompers, resolutions, telegrams, draft constitutional amendments, (many handwritten documents).
1917
Minutes and reports of convention
Box 1 Folder 6
June 4-9
1917
Minutes and reports of convention
Box 1 Folder 7
June 4-9
1917
Related convention documents
Box 1 Folder 8
telegrams, correspondence, original credentials.
1917-1919
"Minutes of the Sub-Committee and General Executive Board Meetings of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 9
(1 bd. vol.), 128 p.
1919-1922
"Minutes of the Sub-Committee and General Executive Board Meetings, International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 10
(1 bd. vol.)
1919-1922
"Minutes of the Sub-Committee and General Executive Board Meetings, International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 11
(1 bd. vol.), (duplicate).
1919
"Report of the Proceedings of the 4th Bi-Annual Convention of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 12
(1 bd. vol.).
1920
"Minutes of the Bi-Annual Meeting of the General Executive Board of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 13
January 8-11
1921
"Minutes of the General Executive Board Meeting of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 14
March 3-6, 37 p.
1921
Minutes of the Meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 1 Folder 15
January-December
1922
"Report of the Proceedings of the 5th Biennial Convention of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 1 Folder 16
June 5-10, (1 bd. vol.), 543 p.
1922
Minutes of the General Executive Board Meeting of the International Fur Workers
Box 2 Folder 1
January 6-8
1922
Minutes of the General Executive Board Meetings held in Philadelphia; Report of the General President, Fifth Biennial Convention
Box 2 Folder 2
May 31-June 3, June 1922.
1922
Minutes of the General Executive Board and Sub-Committee Meetings
Box 2 Folder 3
June 9-December 15
1923
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Montreal
Box 2 Folder 4
January 8-11, and related documents.
1923
To the General Executive Board Meeting
Box 2 Folder 5
January 8-10, Report of the President.
1923
Minutes of the General Executive Board Meeting held in Boston, Massachusetts
Box 2 Folder 6
July 26-28, and related documents.
1923
Minutes of the General Executive Board Meeting held in Boston, Massachusetts
Box 2 Folder 7
July 26-28, and related documents.
1923
Minutes of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 2 Folder 8
January 22-December 4
1923
Minutes of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 2 Folder 9
January 22-December 4
1924
Report of proceedings of the 6th Biennial Convention
Box 2 Folder 10
May 12-17, (1 vol.).
1924
Report of the General Executive Board to the Convention
Box 2 Folder 11
May 12-17, and related documents.
1924
Report of the General Executive Board to the Convention
Box 2 Folder 12
May 12-17, and related documents.
1924
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Toronto
Box 2 Folder 13
January 3-5
1924
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Chicago
Box 2 Folder 14
May 5-7, and related documents.
1924
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Chicago
Box 2 Folder 15
May 5-7, and related documents.
1925
Proceedings of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 2 Folder 16
November 6-17
1925
Proceedings of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 2 Folder 17
November 6-17
1925
Proceedings of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 2 Folder 18
November 6-17
1925
Report of the General Executive Board to the 7th Convention of the International Fur Workers Union
Box 2 Folder 19
November 4th
1925
Report of the General President to the General Executive Board Meeting; Report of the General Secretary-Treasurer to the General Executive Board Meeting
Box 2 Folder 20
January 5th
1925
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board, Montreal
Box 2 Folder 21
January 5th-10th.
1925
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board, Atlantic City
Box 2 Folder 22
August 6-9, and related documents.
1925
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board, Atlantic City
Box 2 Folder 23
August 6-9, and related documents.
1925
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Boston
Box 3 Folder 1
November 2nd
1925
Minutes of a special General Executive Board Meeting held in Boston
Box 3 Folder 2
November 17th
1925
Miscellaneous correspondence and handwritten minutes, (some are Sub-Committee minutes)
Box 3 Folder 3
1927
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Montreal
Box 3 Folder 4
January 14-18
1927
Report of the General President to the General Executive Board
Box 3 Folder 5
January 14th
1927
Report of Organizer Pietro Lucchi to the General Executive Board and Report of the General Secretary-Treasurer
Box 3 Folder 6
January 14th
1927
Minutes of meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 3 Folder 7
January-December
1927
Minutes of meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 3 Folder 8
January-December
1927
Minutes of meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 3 Folder 9
January-December
1927
Miscellaneous and delegates credentials
Box 3 Folder 10
1928
Minutes of the General Executive Board held in Montreal
Box 3 Folder 11
March 9-12
1928
Report of the General President and the General Secretary-Treasurer
Box 3 Folder 12
March
1928
Miscellaneous minutes, reports, etc.
Box 3 Folder 13
1928
Miscellaneous minutes, reports, etc.
Box 3 Folder 14
1931
Minutes of meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 3 Folder 15
February-December
1932
Convention Documents
Box 3 Folder 16
Form letter re 10th Convention re situation and condition of union in New York City, 5 p., signed "New York Delegates," May 12; Telegrams of greetings etc. re convention; miscellaneous documents re membership.
1932
Copies of completed credential certificates
Box 3 Folder 17
1935
Minutes of the Canadian Conference held in Montreal, Official Report by the International Convention Unity Committee
Box 3 Folder 18
November 9-10, 15 p.; May 28, 8 p.
1936
Correspondence (form letters)
Box 3 Folder 19
re announcement of meetings re problems with Local 70, etc, and miscellaneous documents.
1936
Correspondence (form letters)
Box 3 Folder 20
re announcement of meetings re problems with Local 70, etc, and miscellaneous documents.
1936
Correspondence (form letters)
Box 3 Folder 21
re announcement of meetings re problems with Local 70, etc, and miscellaneous documents.
1937
Minutes of a meeting of the General Executive Board held in Asbury Park, New Jersey
Box 3 Folder 22
January 25-28
1937
Minutes of a meeting of the General Executive Board held in St. Paul, Minnesota
Box 3 Folder 23
May 11-14
1937
Minutes of a conference called to propose to aid situation in Winnipeg and unionization of shops of A. Hollander and Son
Box 3 Folder 24
June 9, "Resolution on Unity in the Ranks of the Fur Workers."
1937
Reports of Vice-Presidents and related documents
Box 3 Folder 25
1937
Misc. convention correspondence and related documents
Box 3 Folder 26
1937
Misc. convention correspondence and related documents
Box 3 Folder 27
1938
Minutes of the General Executive Board Meeting held in Atlantic City
Box 4 Folder 1
June 23-26
1938
Resolutions, correspondence and form letters
Box 4 Folder 2
re meetings of the General Executive Board
1938
Resolutions, correspondence and form letters
Box 4 Folder 3
re meetings of the General Executive Board
1939
Summary of proceedings of the 13th Biennial Convention
Box 4 Folder 4
Minutes of a conference of representatives of locals of New York and Brooklyn re American Labor Party campaign and building reconstruction loan certificates.
1939
Correspondence from locals giving their actions
Box 4 Folder 5
re the convention report.
1939
Correspondence re convention and announcements of meetings
Box 4 Folder 6
1939
Correspondence re convention and announcements of meetings
Box 4 Folder 7
1940
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Atlantic City
Box 4 Folder 8
January 4-7, plus various reports.
1940
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Atlantic City
Box 4 Folder 9
January 4-7, plus various reports.
1940
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Atlantic City
Box 4 Folder 10
January 4-7, plus various reports.
1940
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board held in Atlantic City
Box 4 Folder 11
January 4-7, plus various reports.
1940
Minutes of meeting of General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 12
June 12-15, plus various reports.
1940
Minutes of meeting of General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 13
June 12-15, plus various reports.
1940
Minutes of meeting of General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 14
June 12-15, plus various reports.
1940
Misc. correspondence, resolutions, financial documents
Box 4 Folder 15
1940
Executive Board Report to the Annual Convention of the Leather Division of the IFLWU
Box 4 Folder 16
held in Boston, April 27-28, Summary of proceedings and decisions of same.
1941
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 17
held in Atlantic City, Sic. 17-20
1941
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 18
held in Atlantic City, Sic. 17-20
1941
Minutes of the Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 19
held in Atlantic City, Sic. 17-20
1941
Minutes of meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 4 Folder 20
August-October
1941
Minutes of the Canadian Conference
Box 4 Folder 21
held in Saratoga Springs, June 21st
1942
Summary of proceedings of the 14th Biennial Convention
Box 4 Folder 22
May 10-16, Resolutions, etc.
1942
Minutes of Sub-Committee
Box 4 Folder 23
January-October
1942
Misc. correspondence re meetings, etc
Box 4 Folder 24
1943
Proceedings of the Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 1
December 8-11, 1943, 233 p.
1943
Report of B. Gold to General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 2
December 7, 1943, 44 p.
1943
Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 3
May 17-20, 1943.
1943
Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 4
May 17-20, 1943.
1943
Meeting of the General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 5
May 17-20, 1943.
1943
Reports to General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 6
by officers, districts, locals, committees, etc.
1943
Reports to General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 7
by officers, districts, locals, committees, etc.
1943
Reports to General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 8
by officers, districts, locals, committees, etc.
1943
Minutes of meetings of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 9
January-October 1943.
1944
Proceedings of International Executive Board Meeting
Box 5 Folder 10
May 8-14, 1944.
1944
Proceedings of International Executive Board Meeting
Box 5 Folder 11
May 21, 1944.
1944
Minutes of meeting of the Sub-Committee of the General Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 12
January 20 and 25, 1944.
1945
Report to the International Executive Board by President Gold
Box 5 Folder 13
September 24, 1945, 63 p.; misc. reports.
1947
Reports to the International Executive Board by Gold
Box 5 Folder 14
January 13, 1947 and November 21, 1947.
1947
Reports of district directors including the "Endicott Report
Box 5 Folder 15
November 17, 1947 by George Pershing, 7 p.
1947
Misc. form letters
Box 5 Folder 16
re bases, statements, etc. of the Executive Board.
1948
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 17
May 11-16 and 23, 1948, 60 p.
1948
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 18
May 11-16 and 23, 1948, 60 p.
1950
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 19
May 28, 1950, 66 p.
1951
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 20
June 4-8, 1951, 462 p.
1951
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 21
June 4-8, 1951, 462 p.
1951
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 5 Folder 22
December 3-7, 1951, 112 p.
1927-1948
panoramic photos - 8th Annual Convention -International Fur Workers Union of U.S. & (?), Washington, D.C. June 14, 1927 ; 17th Biennial Convention, International Fur and Leather Workers Union of the United States and Canada, C.I.O., Steep Dep
Box 5OP Folder 1
1952
Proceedings of the International Executive Board
Box 6 Folder 1
May 5-8; Report of Furriers Joint Council to the International Executive Board, December 1-5
1953
Report of Furriers Joint Council to International Executive Board
Box 6 Folder 2
November 30th-December 3rd and misc.
1954
Summary of proceedings of 20th Biennial Convention
Box 6 Folder 3
May 2nd-8th
1954
Proceedings of Special Executive Board Meeting
Box 6 Folder 4
December 10th-12th
1954
Proceedings of Special Executive Board Meeting
Box 6 Folder 5
December 10th-12th
1954
Proceedings of Special Executive Board Meeting
Box 6 Folder 6
December 10th-12th
1954
Proceedings of Special Executive Board Meeting
Box 6 Folder 7
December 10th-12th
1954
Proceedings of Special Executive Board Meeting
Box 6 Folder 8
December 10th-12th
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 9
Report of International Executive Board; Committee on Officers; Introductions.
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 10
Joint Council; Fur Division Joint Board; District 1.
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 11
District 2, District 3, District 4, District 5.
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 12
Locals 2, 3, 4 and 122; Locals 79-87-213; Locals 135, 140, 145
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 13
Anti-Discrimination; Canada; Fisherman; Fur and Leather worker.
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 14
Gold Case.
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 15
Leibowitz, Sam; Potash; Schneider-Klig.
1954
20th Biennial Convention Reports
Box 6 Folder 16
Tasks of Our Union; Texas; Trade Union Veterans Committee; Conclusions.
1954
Misc. convention form letters and related documents.
Box 6 Folder 17
1954
International Executive Board
Box 6 Folder 18
Reports, minutes, form letters, list of members, financial data (Gold, Feinglass, Lucchi).
1954
International Executive Board
Box 6 Folder 19
Reports, minutes, form letters, list of members, financial data (Gold, Feinglass, Lucchi).
1955
Special convention called to consider proposed merger with Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen
Box 6 Folder 20
Includes correspondence, delegation lists, resolutions, statements, reports, agreement, telegrams re proposed merger.
1955
Special convention called to consider proposed merger with Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen
Box 6 Folder 21
Includes correspondence, delegation lists, resolutions, statements, reports, agreement, telegrams re proposed merger.
1955
Copies of form letters sent to locals
Box 6 Folder 22
Re: special convention and how they determine number of delegates able to attend.
1955
Copies of form letters sent to locals
Box 6 Folder 23
Re: special convention and how they determine number of delegates able to attend.
1955
Copies of form letters sent to locals
Box 6 Folder 24
Re: special convention and how they determine number of delegates able to attend.
1960
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America - International Executive Board
Box 6 Folder 25
Includes form letters, lists of locals, bulletins, minutes, photograph of International Executive Board.
1960
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America - International Executive Board
Box 6 Folder 26
Includes form letters, lists of locals, bulletins, minutes, photograph of International Executive Board.
1923-1926
American Federation of Labor (AFL)
Box 7 Folder 1
letter to New York City unions, June 13th, from a Special Committee of the AFL re dealing with Communists; release by same committee re Mineola cases; circular letter asking organized labor to ignore Fur Workers (Gold) pleas for funds to support strikers; lengthy report of the Special Committee re investigation of internal affairs of the International Fur Workers; correspondence between William Green, Gold and Schachtman re investigation.
1927
AFL
Box 7 Folder 2
letter from Schachtman to William Green asking for continued support in restoring "The International Fur Workers to its erstwhile normal condition of being a trade union organization and not a tail of any political party or clique"; re the reorganization attempts of the union by the AFL; re police protection assured by the Communist fur workers; includes release, letters, bulletin re fight between International and Joint Board.
1928-1936
AFL
Box 7 Folder 3
includes releases, correspondence, form letters re rejection of pleas for reinstatement by Communist faction of fur workers; attendance of meetings called by Communists; letter, 3/19/36, from Green to Lucchi re collective bargaining and employer's organizations; and routine.
1936
AFL
Box 7 Folder 4
April-December; letter from Greek Local 70 to President Green re terrorist tactics of Ben Gold, Manager of Industrial Needle Trades Workers Union against Local 70; re financial per capita tax payments; correspondence between Lucchi and President Green re problems in organizing efforts in Manitoba, Canada; strike situation in Winnipeg; 6 p. "Report of the 56th Annual Convention of the AFL at Tampa, Florida by delegates Pietro Lucchi, Samuel Mindel, Harry Begoon" re suspension of the CIO; and routine.
1937
AFL
Box 7 Folder 5
April - between Green and Lucchi re two members arrested for union activity - Lucchi requests Green to write to the attorney; re union activities in California and Washington State; and routine.
1936-1939
Abelson, Paul
Box 7 Folder 6
Impartial Chairman and Chairman of Conference Committee of the Fur Industry - correspondence re negotiation meetings and arrangements; and routine.
1954-1956
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen
Box 7 Folder 7
correspondence and working papers re Fur Workers merger with Meat Cutters.
1939-1954
American Communications Association
Box 7 Folder 8
between Ben Gold and Joseph P. Selly, President of the ACA re oppostion of Brownell-Butler union licensing bill - correspondence, statements; with Abe Feinglass re ACA resolutions adopted at their convention.
1947
American Jewish Labor Council
Box 7 Folder 9
routine form letter (Ben Gold, President of American Jewish Labor Council).
1936-1938
American Labor Party
Box 7 Folder 10
Includes Declaration of Principles of the New York State American Labor Party; correspondence between Pietro Lucchi and Elinore Herrick re meetings of Executive Committee of which Lucchi is a member; broadsides; form letters.
1938-1940
American Labor Party
Box 7 Folder 11
routine correspondence, form letters, statements.
1960
American Trade Union Council of the National Committee for Labor Israel
Box 7 Folder 12
routine, form letters.
1937-1940
American Youth Conference
Box 7 Folder 13
routine.
1936-1937
America's Wage Earners' Protective Conference
Box 7 Folder 14
form letters, releases and routine correspondence.
1947
Anonymous
Box 7 Folder 15
two letters from unsatisfied workers (unsigned).
1937
Apostol, John (Vice-President)
Box 7 Folder 16
correspondence with Pietro Lucchi re charges against Apostol.
1945
Applications - general (applications for employment)
Box 7 Folder 17
1942
Axelrod, Sol (organizer: St. Louis)
Box 7 Folder 18
routine correspondence re payment of salary, etc.
1927-1936
A General
Box 7 Folder 19
form letter and leaflet by All Peoples Party; form letter from Alabama Federation of Labor re attack on the labor movement; and routine.
1937
A General
Box 7 Folder 20
correspondence from members of the New York Joint Council asking Gold to conduct a recount in recent election; and routine.
1938-1939
A General
Box 7 Folder 21
routine.
1940-1941
A General
Box 7 Folder 22
routine.
1942-1945
A General
Box 7 Folder 23
routine.
1947-1954
A General
Box 7 Folder 24
includes agreement between Amalgamated Meat Cutters and International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), 1954, and routine.
1937-1939
Bartel, Philip
Box 7 Folder 25
routine re printing office supplies.
1941
Baxter, Charles (organizer: Ohio)
Box 7 Folder 26
routine re salary payments.
1936-1939
Beckman, Isidore (organizer: Cleveland and Buffalo)
Box 7 Folder 27
correspondence re the organizing drives; 8 p. report by Beckman to the General Executive Board Meeting, January 1937; 2 p. letter to Gold re activities and situation in Buffalo, 7/20/37; 3 p. letter, 8/4/37, re situation in Cleveland; includes broadsides entitled "All Tannery Workers of Buffalo"; and routine.
1936-1939
Beckman, Isidore (organizer: Cleveland and Buffalo)
Box 7 Folder 28
correspondence re the organizing drives; 8 p. report by Beckman to the General Executive Board Meeting, January 1937; 2 p. letter to Gold re activities and situation in Buffalo, 7/20/37; 3 p. letter, 8/4/37, re situation in Cleveland; includes broadsides entitled "All Tannery Workers of Buffalo"; and routine.
1927-1940
Begoon, Harry (General Secretary-Treasurer)
Box 7 Folder 29
includes form letters to locals re new Communist move to organize an opposition union; misc. and rountine.
1942
Berland, Samuel (organizer: Leather, Local 43)
Box 7 Folder 30
routine re salary.
1936-1937
Berry, George L. (President International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union)
Box 7 Folder 31
re testimonial dinner for Berry; telegram from Berry to Lucci re GM sit-down strikes and other misc.
1942
Black, Walter (organizer)
Box 7 Folder 32
routine.
1942
Bobrowicz, Edmund (organizer)
Box 7 Folder 33
routine.
1936
Boerum, Mark (organizer)
Box 7 Folder 34
routine.
1937
Boerum, Mark
Box 7 Folder 35
January-May; 2 p. report of organizing in Pennsylvania; correspondence re organizing in Winnipeg, Local 91; and routine.
1937
Boeram, Mark
Box 7 Folder 36
May-June; 3 p. report and other correspondence on strike situation in Winnipeg; and routine.
1937
Boerum, Mark
Box 7 Folder 37
June-December; correspondence on Winnipeg situation; 3 p. confidential letter to Boerum from Gold suggesting the strike must go on, tactics, instructions, etc. and Boerum's reply; much correspondence re Winnipeg situation; correspondence re strike situation in Seattle; and routine.
1938-1939
Boerum, Mark
Box 7 Folder 38
routine correspondence.
1936-1937
Bookkeepers and Stenographers Union
Box 7 Folder 39
routine.
1937-1940
Boudin, Louis B. (Fur Workers Attorney)
Box 7 Folder 40
re routine legal matters and payment of same.
1939-1940
Boyle, Daniel (Secretary-Treasurer, Leather Workers Division)
Box 7 Folder 41
routine correspondence - includes Vol. 1, No. 1 issue of U. S. Leather Worker published by U. S. Leather Co.; form letter and memo to all locals re the passing of the Smith Bill by the House of Representatives, an analysis of the bill, etc.
1940
Boyle, Daniel
Box 7 Folder 42
June-October; routine financial correspondence
1940-1941
Boyle, Daniel
Box 7 Folder 43
routine financial and routine.
1942
Bradow, George (organizer)
Box 7 Folder 44
March 16th; report of organizing activities in Milwaukee.
1940
Brown, Edwin (organizer: Philadelphia and Camden, New Jersey)
Box 7 Folder 45
routine.
1941
Brown, Edwin (organizer: Wilmington, Delaware)
Box 7 Folder 46
1942
Brown, Edwin (organizer: Wilmington, Delaware)
Box 7 Folder 47
1937-1939
Brownstone, Frank (organizer: Detroit; Atlantic City; Providence; Danbury, Connecticut)
Box 7 Folder 48
routine.
1940-1945
Brownstone, Frank (organizer: Philadelphia and Wilmington)
Box 7 Folder 49
3 p. statement of Fur Workers re its dispute with American Lace Co.; and routine.
1936-1937
Brownsville Labor Lyceum
Box 7 Folder 50
routine.
1942
Bruno, Joseph (organizer: Wilmington, Delaware)
Box 7 Folder 51
routine.
1939-1941
Burns, Paul (organizer: Chicago, Local 43)
Box 7 Folder 52
routine.
1939-1941
Burns, Paul (organizer: Chicago, Local 43)
Box 7 Folder 53
routine.
1941
Burt, Sam (Manager, Joint Board of Fur and Leather)
Box 7 Folder 54
2 telegrams re problems between Local 64 and I. J. Fox, Inc.
1936-1937
Butkowitz, Samuel
Box 8 Folder 1
routine correspondence and photograph.
1924-1955
B General
Box 8 Folder 2
Includes minutes of a conference held 2/2/39, 2/11/39; form letters re Harry Bridges' deportation case, 1/29/45; letter to B. Gold From B. Baraz re removal of Baraz' name from the ballot, 6/27/45; letter of support to B. Gold re verdict in his court case from Harry Bridges, President of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, 4/9/54; and routine correspondence.
1924-1955
B General
Box 8 Folder 3
Includes minutes of a conference held 2/2/39, 2/11/39; form letters re Harry Bridges' deportation case, 1/29/45; letter to B. Gold From B. Baraz re removal of Baraz' name from the ballot, 6/27/45; letter of support to B. Gold re verdict in his court case from Harry Bridges, President of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, 4/9/54; and routine correspondence.
1924-1955
B General
Box 8 Folder 4
Includes minutes of a conference held 2/2/39, 2/11/39; form letters re Harry Bridges' deportation case, 1/29/45; letter to B. Gold From B. Baraz re removal of Baraz' name from the ballot, 6/27/45; letter of support to B. Gold re verdict in his court case from Harry Bridges, President of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, 4/9/54; and routine correspondence.
1924-1955
B General
Box 8 Folder 5
Includes minutes of a conference held 2/2/39, 2/11/39; form letters re Harry Bridges' deportation case, 1/29/45; letter to B. Gold From B. Baraz re removal of Baraz' name from the ballot, 6/27/45; letter of support to B. Gold re verdict in his court case from Harry Bridges, President of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, 4/9/54; and routine correspondence.
1924-1955
B General
Box 8 Folder 6
Includes minutes of a conference held 2/2/39, 2/11/39; form letters re Harry Bridges' deportation case, 1/29/45; letter to B. Gold From B. Baraz re removal of Baraz' name from the ballot, 6/27/45; letter of support to B. Gold re verdict in his court case from Harry Bridges, President of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, 4/9/54; and routine correspondence.
1936
Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO)
Box 8 Folder 7
form letters; pamphlet "To Democratic Nominees for National House of Representatives," 1936, 64 p.
1937
CIO
Box 8 Folder 8
Includes copy of "CIO Organizers Bulletin," Vol. 1, No. 2 and 3; letter to B. Gold from John L. Lewis re monthly per capita tax to CIO, 6/7/37; "The General Executive Board Endorsed the Demands of the New York Fur Workers," no date, 11 p.; "C. I. O. Executive Adopts Important Decisions - `All or None,'" no date, 4 p.
1938
CIO
Box 8 Folder 9
routine correspondence.
1939
CIO
Box 8 Folder 10
routine correspondence.
1940
CIO
Box 8 Folder 11
requests and invoices for pamphlets and routine correspondence.
1940
CIO
Box 8 Folder 12
requests and invoices for pamphlets and routine correspondence.
1941
CIO
Box 8 Folder 13
routine correspondence.
1942
CIO
Box 8 Folder 14
routine correspondence.
1943
CIO
Box 8 Folder 15
routine correspondence.
1945
CIO
Box 8 Folder 16
Telegram and form letter from Philip Murray, President of the CIO, urging all affiliates to support confirmation of Henry A. Walker as Secretary of Commerce 1/24/45; letter from UAW to B. Gold re shortage of leather shoes for civilians 6/2/45; and routine.
1945
CIO
Box 8 Folder 17
form letters; President Philip Murray statement war production 1/12/45; statements and form letters re bills before Congress; resolutions; memo on handling of Jurisdictional disputes 7/1/45; and routine.
1945
CIO
Box 8 Folder 18
form letters; President Philip Murray statement war production 1/12/45; statements and form letters re bills before Congress; resolutions; memo on handling of Jurisdictional disputes 7/1/45; and routine.
1945
CIO
Box 8 Folder 19
form letters; President Philip Murray statement war production 1/12/45; statements and form letters re bills before Congress; resolutions; memo on handling of Jurisdictional disputes 7/1/45; and routine.
1945
CIO - Greater New York CIO Council
Box 8 Folder 20
includes digests of Council minutes, memos, form letters re CIO stand on legislation and routine.
1945
CIO - Greater New York CIO Council
Box 8 Folder 21
includes digests of Council minutes, memos, form letters re CIO stand on legislation and routine.
1945
CIO - War Chest
Box 8 Folder 22
routine correspondence from Jacob S. Potofsky, Chairman, New York Labor War Chest, CIO section, to B. Gold form letter including financial report of CIO War Chest.
1953-1956
Cammer, Harold I. (attorney)
Box 8 Folder 23
routine legal correspondence; letter to B. Gold re the International Union being a party to collective bargaining agreements 5/18/53; correspondence re Michigan Tanning Co., 11/4/53; letter including a copy of a proposed supplemental agreement between Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America (MCBW) and International Fur and Leather Workers Union (IFLWU) 1/11/55; correspondence re IFLWU retirement fund being transferred to the MCBW 3/8/55.
1953-1956
Cammer, Harold I. (attorney)
Box 8 Folder 24
routine legal correspondence; letter to B. Gold re the International Union being a party to collective bargaining agreements 5/18/53; correspondence re Michigan Tanning Co., 11/4/53; letter including a copy of a proposed supplemental agreement between Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America (MCBW) and International Fur and Leather Workers Union (IFLWU) 1/11/55; correspondence re IFLWU retirement fund being transferred to the MCBW 3/8/55.
1953-1954
Cammer, Harold (attorney)
Box 8 Folder 24a
legal documents and correspondence re legal activities - includes summary testimonies of Henrietta Schaffner and George Kleinman; legal documents re Ben Gold case; 12 p. newspaper "The Frame-up Trial of Ben Gold"; and misc.
1954
Cammer, Harold
Box 8 Folder 24b
additional legal documents re Cammer charged with allegedly making illegal attempts concerning the Grand Jury; additional documents re Ben Gold; and other misc. legal documents.
1954
Cammer, Harold
Box 8 Folder 24c
legal documents and correspondence re IFLWU vs. Guy Farmer, Chairman, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB); 12 p. release "Remarks of Guy Farmer."
1954
Cammer, Harold
Box 8 Folder 24d
legal documents and correspondence; "Statement of Ben Gold on His Resignation as President of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union;" and other misc.
1941-1942
Canadian Congress of Labour
Box 8 Folder 25
routine correspondence re receipt of per capita payments on Canadian membership.
1941-1942
Canadian Congress of Labour
Box 8 Folder 26
routine correspondence re receipt of per capita payments on Canadian membership.
1939-1941
Chakrin, Sol
Box 8 Folder 27
routine.
1940-1941
Chamouris, Charles
Box 8 Folder 28
routine.
1939-1940
Churka, John
Box 8 Folder 29
routine.
1938-1945
Cohen, J. L.
Box 8 Folder 30
correspondence re legal case in Toronto, 1938; Winnipeg judgment, 1940; various other Canadian legal cases; and routine.
1938-1945
Cohen, J. L.
Box 8 Folder 31
correspondence re legal case in Toronto, 1938; Winnipeg judgment, 1940; various other Canadian legal cases; and routine.
1941-1942
Colow, Maury
Box 8 Folder 32
routine.
1941-1942
Colow, Maury
Box 8 Folder 33
routine
1925
Conference Committee of the Fur Industry
Box 8 Folder 34
letter from Paul Abelson, acting Chairman, calling a special meeting 7/8/25; minutes of a meeting 9/25/25.
1942-1955
Convention delegates credential
Box 8 Folder 35
lists of per capita payments of locals and number of delegates.
1936-1939
Cook, Walter
Box 8 Folder 36
audit of payroll, 1/20/36; financial reports; routine correspondence.
1936-1939
Cook, Walter
Box 8 Folder 37
audit of payroll, 1/20/36; financial reports; routine correspondence.
1936-1939
Cook, Walter
Box 8 Folder 38
audit of payroll, 1/20/36; financial reports; routine correspondence.
1936-1937
Corsi, Peter
Box 8 Folder 39
includes a report on organizing effort in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and routine correspondence.
1945-1954
Council on African Affairs
Box 8 Folder 40
form letters; braodsides; letters from Paul Robeson to B. Gold requesting a contribution and stating indignation over the "legal frame-up action brought against you," 3/18/54.
1937-1942
Couturier, W.
Box 8 Folder 41
includes report on organizing effort in Quebec City, Quebec; and routine correspondence.
1937-1942
Couturier, W.
Box 8 Folder 42
includes report on organizing effort in Quebec City, Quebec; and routine correspondence.
1937-1942
Couturier, W.
Box 8 Folder 43
includes report on organizing effort in Quebec City, Quebec; and routine correspondence.
1937-1942
Couturier, W.
Box 8 Folder 44
includes report on organizing effort in Quebec City, Quebec; and routine correspondence.
1941-1955
Coyle, Stephen
Box 8 Folder 45
routine correspondence.
1942
Crandall, Don (organizer)
Box 9 Folder 1
routine.
1923-1936
C General
Box 9 Folder 2
letter from editor of Cigar Makers' Official Journal, 3/30/23, making reference to a letter mailed to the editor of Freiheit; telegram to California State Federation of Labor from Lucchi requesting the removal of armed forces from the strike area of Salinas and lettuce workers and reply from the Governor of California; and routine.
1937
C General
Box 9 Folder 3
routine.
1938-1939
C General
Box 9 Folder 4
routine.
1940-1941
C General
Box 9 Folder 5
routine.
1942-1954
C General
Box 9 Folder 6
routine.
Dermer, Morris - 5 p. "Testimony of Morris Dermer."
Box 9 Folder 7
1939
Dressing and Dyeing Department
Box 9 Folder 8
routine.
1939
D General
Box 9 Folder 9
correspondence re situation of fur industry in Detroit; and routine.
1938-1939
D General
Box 9 Folder 10
routine.
1940-1942
D General
Box 9 Folder 11
routine.
1945-1954
D General
Box 9 Folder 12
routine.
1936-1938
E General
Box 9 Folder 13
routine.
1939-1945
E General
Box 9 Folder 14
routine.
1937-1938
Federman, Max (8th Vice-President)
Box 9 Folder 15
7 p. report to General Executive Board meeting, 12/7/37, re Toronto Fur Workers; correspondence re investigation of misappropriation of funds by Locals 40 and 100, Toronto, including Federman; 15 p. report of the investigation which condemned Federman and others.
1940
Feigelman, Hyman (9th Vice-President)
Box 9 Folder 16
routine.
1937
Feinglass, Abe (13th Vice-President; Manager Local 45, Chicago; organizer: Midwest)
Box 9 Folder 17
correspondence - situation in Milwaukee, Detroit, and St. Louis re organizing, working conditions, strikes, negotiations,etc.; and routine.
1938
Feinglass, Abe (13th Vice-President; Manager Local 45, Chicago; organizer: Midwest)
Box 9 Folder 18
correspondence - situation in Milwaukee, Detroit, and St. Louis re organizing, working conditions, strikes, negotiations,etc.; and routine.
1939-1940
Feinglass, Abe (13th Vice-President; Manager Local 45, Chicago; organizer: Midwest)
Box 9 Folder 19
correspondence - situation in Milwaukee, Detroit, and St. Louis re organizing, working conditions, strikes, negotiations,etc.; and routine.
1941
Feinglass, Abe (13th Vice-President; Manager Local 45, Chicago; organizer: Midwest)
Box 9 Folder 20
correspondence - situation in Milwaukee, Detroit, and St. Louis re organizing, working conditions, strikes, negotiations,etc.; and routine.
1942
Feinglass, Abe (7th Vice-President)
Box 9 Folder 21
includes financial statements for midwest locals and correspondence - situation in Milwaukee, Detroit, and St. Louis re organizing, working conditions, strikes, negotiations,etc.; and routine.
1945-1954
Feinglass, Abe (President)
Box 9 Folder 22
letter, 6/2/45, to Gold re luggage campaign, organization of a plant in Chicago, Ohio Leather Co., and situation in Minnesota, Detroit and Cincinnati; 7 p. "Speech of Abe Feinglass to Wisconsin Tanners' Production Council, 10/31/52"; letter to Feinglass from Gold, 1/18/50, re the trial (Gold's), setting up a conference of the fur locals on the excise tax and other matterresident) - 7 p. report to General Executive Board meeting, 12/7/37, re Toronto Fur Workers; correspondence re investigation of misappropriation of funds by Locals 40 and 100, Toronto, including Federman; 15 p. report of the investigation which condemned Federman and others.
Feinglass, Abe - includes reports re midwest locals.
Box 9 Folder 23
1939
Feldman, Harry (organizer: Montreal)
Box 9 Folder 24
routine.
1940
Feldman, Harry
Box 9 Folder 25
routine.
1941
Feldman, Harry
Box 9 Folder 26
routine.
1942
Feldman, Harry
Box 9 Folder 27
routine.
1937
Flemington, New Jersey
Box 9 Folder 28
list of fur workers in Flemington.
1940
Flier, Jules (organizer: St. Louis)
Box 9 Folder 29
routine.
1941-1942
Flier, Jules
Box 9 Folder 30
routine.
1941-1942
Freedman, Samuel (organizer: New York City)
Box 9 Folder 31
routine.
1923-1947
Freiheit
Box 9 Folder 32
correspondence, articles, etc. re editorials by M. Olgin, editor, in Freiheit, attacking the Furriers Union; transcript of proceedings "Investigation in re Publication Against Furriers Union." (Some not translated.)
1936-1941
Freiman, Nathan (7th Vice-President)
Box 9 Folder 33
routine correspondence.
1945-1947
Fur and Leather Worker
Box 9 Folder 34
letter from Ben Gold to Executive Board members, 10/31/45, re making the publication as good as possible and asking for ideas, criticisms, etc. and replies.
1944
Fur Vest Project
Box 9 Folder 35
routine letter.
1937-1938
Fur Worker
Box 9 Folder 36
form letters re monthly publication and routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Fur Worker
Box 9 Folder 37
routine.
1936-1937
F General
Box 9 Folder 38
correspondence between Lucchi and Fur Floor Boys and Shipping Clerks Union of New York requesting a charter; correspondence re Furriers' Social Club in New York City; 2 p. Newsletter of Furriers Trade Union League; correspondence (form letters) re defense fund for Ferrero and Sallitto (deportation cases); correspondence with Fur Salesmen's Guild; and routine.
1938-1939
F General
Box 9 Folder 39
correspondence with Fur Dressers and Dyers Board of Trade, Inc. re lowering tariffs and routine.
1940-1941
F General
Box 9 Folder 40
routine.
1942-1947
F General
Box 9 Folder 41
appeal letter and proposal from Father Flanagan's Boys' Home re proposal for an "American Labor Memorial"; Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America to Gold re increased participation of Fur Workers during meeting in eastern Pennsylvania (Farmer-labor rally); telegram and correspondence re tobacco workers strike in North Carolina, 1947; letter to Albert Fitzgerald, President of the United Electrical Workers re anti-Semitic propaganda at home and abroad; and routine.
1954
F General
Box 9 Folder 42
release and broadside re Food, Tobacco, and Agricultural Workers Local 22 strike against R. J. Reynolds (no date); letter from Howard Fast asking for help in selling his latest book "Silas Timberman"; and routine.
1940-1941
Galanos, Thomas
Box 10 Folder 1
routine correspondence.
1940-1941
Galanos, Thomas
Box 10 Folder 2
routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Gallant, Clifford
Box 10 Folder 3
routine correspondence.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 4
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 5
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 6
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 7
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 8
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 9
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 10
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1936-1940
General Executive Board
Box 10 Folder 11
misc. correspondence re suspension of Vice-President John Apostol, 11/36; notification of meetings; form letters; letter from Harry Feldman, organizer, to P. Lucchi, 6/10/40, re activities in Quebec City; and routine.
1925-1927
Gmeiner, Charles
Box 10 Folder 11
routine correspondence.
1937-1947
Gold, Ben
Box 10 Folder 12
letter from S. Moskowitz asking Gold to endorse his application for re-entry to the Communist Party, 5/30/37; letter from Gold to P. Lucchi detailing Seattle, Washington strike situation 7/25/37, 7/29/37; speech delivered by Gold at "Veto Rally" at Madison Square Garden, 6/10/47, against Taft-Hartley Act; copy of letter to Federman, 8th Vice-President, instructing him to return missing money to Unemployment Insurance Fund and suspending him (no date); signed decision by the General Executive Board acting as a Trial Committee re John Apostol, 10th Vice-President, 1/26/37.
1954
Gold, Ben
Box 10 Folder 13
Defense Committee - article "The Attack on Ben Gold," no date; copy of letter from B. Gold to International Executive Board members re his upcoming trial, 1/12/54; form letters; resolutions; minutes of meetings of Trade Union Committee for the Defense of Ben Gold; letters of support; "Notes of Gold Defense Committee," no date, 2 p.; court document.
1945-1954
Gold, Ben
Box 10 Folder 14
form letters re establishment of Veteran's and Servicemen's Committee re November 15, 1945 national leather workers' work stoppage; statement of Ben Gold on his resignation as President of the IFLWU, 10/2/54.
1945
Gold, Ben Freiheit
Box 10 Folder 15
constitution and by-laws of Morning Freiheit Association, Inc.; form letter; articles by Gold to Morning Freiheit re fascism 2/6/45.
1945-1947
Gold, Ben Personal
Box 10 Folder 16
routine personal correspondence (some Yiddish).
1945-1947
Gold, Ben Personal
Box 10 Folder 17
routine personal correspondence (some Yiddish).
1945-1947
Gold, Ben Personal
Box 10 Folder 18
routine personal correspondence (some Yiddish).
1936-1937
Goldman, J. D.
Box 10 Folder 19
routine correspondence.
1935-1937
Goldstein, Harold broadside
Box 10 Folder 20
letter to P. Lucchi re situation in Detroit, Michigan, 6/6/36; report on new agreement with Cleveland Wholesale Furriers, 6/7/37; and routine correspondence.
1935-1937
Goldstein, Harold broadside
Box 10 Folder 21
letter to P. Lucchi re situation in Detroit, Michigan, 6/6/36; report on new agreement with Cleveland Wholesale Furriers, 6/7/37; and routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Gordon, J.
Box 10 Folder 22
routine correspondence.
1938
Graff, Lloyd
Box 10 Folder 23
letter from P. Lucchi re import tariffs on furs, 3/1/38, and related correspondence.
1936-1937
Grodsky, David M.
Box 10 Folder 24
routine correspondence.
1936-1954
G General
Box 10 Folder 25
routine correspondence.
1936-1954
G General
Box 10 Folder 26
routine correspondence.
1936-1954
G General
Box 10 Folder 27
routine correspondence.
1936-1954
G General
Box 10 Folder 28
routine correspondence.
1936-1938
Harris, Moe
Box 10 Folder 29
letter from the workers of Queens Premier Fur Dressing Co., Local 48, to P. Lucchi re removal of business agent Moe Harris, Easton, Pennsylvania, 3/5/37; and routine.
1942
Herbin, Robert
Box 10 Folder 30
routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Herbst, Samuel
Box 10 Folder 31
correspondence re a judgment against Herbst and 35 other defendants as a result of the fur strike in Winnipeg, Canada, in 1936; and routine.
1939-1940
Herbst, Samuel
Box 10 Folder 32
correspondence re a judgment against Herbst and 35 other defendants as a result of the fur strike in Winnipeg, Canada, in 1936; and routine.
1940-1942
Hirshfield, Victor
Box 10 Folder 33
routine correspondence.
1940-1942
Hirshfield, Victor
Box 10 Folder 34
routine correspondence.
1940-1942
Hirshfield, Victor
Box 10 Folder 35
routine correspondence.
1940-1942
Hirshfield, Victor
Box 10 Folder 36
routine correspondence.
1940-1942
Hirshfield, Victor
Box 10 Folder 37
routine correspondence.
History of the Union
Box 10 Folder 38
memo on tentative arrangements for publication of history of our union, 4 p.
1943-1954
Hollander, A. and Son
Box 10 Folder 39
pamphlet entitled "Your Group Insurance Plan" 16 p., 1944; article, form letters and correspondence between Ben Gold and Local 140, Montreal, re strike and Gold's urging members "to return to work at once," 1945; a report to sub-committee of the General Executive Board on "The Problems of Hollander Local 140 of Newark, N.J.," 7/19/45; and misc.
1943-1954
Hollander, A. and Son
Box 10 Folder 40
pamphlet entitled "Your Group Insurance Plan" 16 p., 1944; article, form letters and correspondence between Ben Gold and Local 140, Montreal, re strike and Gold's urging members "to return to work at once," 1945; a report to sub-committee of the General Executive Board on "The Problems of Hollander Local 140 of Newark, N.J.," 7/19/45; and misc
1943-1954
Hollander, A. and Son
Box 10 Folder 41
pamphlet entitled "Your Group Insurance Plan" 16 p., 1944; article, form letters and correspondence between Ben Gold and Local 140, Montreal, re strike and Gold's urging members "to return to work at once," 1945; a report to sub-committee of the General Executive Board on "The Problems of Hollander Local 140 of Newark, N.J.," 7/19/45; and misc
1933-1960
H General
Box 10 Folder 42
form letters; requests for donations to various organizations; and routine.
1933-1960
H General
Box 10 Folder 43
form letters; requests for donations to various organizations; and routine.
1933-1960
H General
Box 10 Folder 44
form letters; requests for donations to various organizations; and routine.
1947
Indusco, Inc.
Box 10 Folder 45
corrsepondence; Indusco Bulletin, Vol. VII, No. 7-8; "Industrial Cooperative Movement in Shantung Liberated Area" by Shueh Muo-Kiao, 10 p.
1937
I. W. W. General Defense Committee
Box 10 Folder 46
form letter.
1926
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
Box 10 Folder 47
correspondence re organizing information.
1927-1936
International Ladies Garment Workers Union (ILGWU)
Box 11 Folder 1
letter to Lucchi from organizer of Cloakmakers Union, Local 216, ILGWU re situation in Winnipeg, 9/19/36; and routine.
1937-1939
ILGWU
Box 11 Folder 2
letter to David Dubinsky, President of ILGWU, re Winnipeg situation and asking him not to renew contract with a particular company because they would not bargain with Fur Workers; and routine.
1937-1942
Isserman, Morris (union attorney)
Box 11 Folder 3
routine re professional services.
1945-1946
Italy
Box 11 Folder 4
list of proposals re meeting on relief to Italy and misc. list and correspondence.
1936-1937
I General
Box 11 Folder 5
routine.
1938-1939
I General
Box 11 Folder 6
routine.
1940-1942
I General
Box 11 Folder 7
routine.
1945-1954
I General
Box 11 Folder 8
routine.
1928-1945
Jewish Campaigns
Box 11 Folder 9
correspondence, announcements, bulletins re various conferences, meetings, fund raising from various groups.
1936-1937
Jewish Daily Forward
Box 11 Folder 10
release re member of Local 70 (Greek local) beaten; and routine.
1936-1937
J General
Box 11 Folder 11
routine.
1938-1941
J General
Box 11 Folder 12
routine.
1942-1954
J General
Box 11 Folder 13
routine.
1937
Kalmikoff, Hyman (Treasurer of International)
Box 11 Folder 14
re Kalmikoff's illness and personal.
1924
Karlin, "Comrade
Box 11 Folder 15
correspondence between Fur Workers and Socialist party re remarks made by Karlin about Fur Workers Organization during his campaign for 14th Congressional District, New York City.
Kaufman, Morris
Box 11 Folder 16
two telegrams re union activities.
1942
Klancer, Rudolph (organizer: Local 44, Gowanda, New York)
Box 11 Folder 17
routine.
1937-1938
Klig, Myer (National Organizer: Canada, organizer: Minneapolis)
Box 11 Folder 18
letter reporting situation in Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City; letters reporting Minneapolis situation (Local 71); and routine.
1939-1941
Klig, Myer
Box 11 Folder 19
routine.
1942-1947
Klig, Myer (Vice-President)
Box 11 Folder 20
signed petitions by employees of Yaeger's Furs Ltd. (Local 91, Winnipeg) to join Union; correspondence between Klig and Muni Taub (organizer: Local 91) re activities; between Klig and Mr. Sable of Sable Ltd. re problems with workers; correspondence re Klig and Immigration and Naturalization Service; 5 p. "Report of M. Klig," no date; and routine.
1941-1942
Kovacic, Frank (organizer: Wilmington, Delaware)
Box 11 Folder 21
routine.
1938-1939
Kretchman, Louis
Box 11 Folder 22
routine.
1941-1942
Krowcheck, Paul (organizer: Toronto, Ontario; President, Oshawa Leather Workers Union, Local 205)
Box 11 Folder 23
routine.
1936-1939
K General
Box 11 Folder 24
letter from member of Local 70 re an appeal; and routine.
1950-1954
K General
Box 11 Folder 25
9 p. article by Henry Klein on the "Marshall Plan"; and routine.
1936-1937
Labor's Non-Partisan League (LNPL)
Box 11 Folder 26
5 p. speech of John L. Lewis, 8/10/36; to Lucchi, member, National Executive Board of LNPL, from George Berry, President re full support of Senator Robert LaFollette; backing of Roosevelt's program for reforming the Federal judiciary; 6 p. address of Senator Robert LaFollette re judiciary reform; and routine.
1937-1940
LNPL
Box 11 Folder 27
routine.
1941-1942
Lancaster, Roy (organizer: Detroit)
Box 11 Folder 28
routine.
1941-1942
Lancaster, Roy (organizer: Detroit)
Box 11 Folder 29
routine.
1936-1937
Lehman, Herbert H.
Box 11 Folder 30
telegram from Lucchi protesting bill passed by New York State Assembly re depriving the American Labor Party from being officially recognized in coming municipal elections; and routine.
1938-1941
Lewis, Leo (organizer: Newark, Buffalo, New Haven, Toronto, Gloversville)
Box 11 Folder 31
routine.
1938-1941
Lewis, Leo (organizer: Newark, Buffalo, New Haven, Toronto, Gloversville)
Box 11 Folder 32
routine.
1938-1941
Lewis, Leo (organizer: Newark, Buffalo, New Haven, Toronto, Gloversville)
Box 11 Folder 33
routine.
1937-1939
Lind, Robert (organizer: Newark)
Box 11 Folder 34
routine.
1936-1940
Los Angeles Sanatorium
Box 11 Folder 35
re emergency campaign to raise funds for the sanatorium; and routine.
1930-1936
Lucchi, Pietro (General Secretary-Treasurer)
Box 11 Folder 36
correspondence re Local 2 and 3 (Brooklyn) re agreements, 1930-32; wages due Locals 2 and 3 members by Robert Gabbe, Inc.; "Brief presented by Harold Goldstein, Vice-President (Fur Workers) at the Policy Hearing on the Subject of Employment Provisions Before the NRA, January 30, 1935," 5 p.; legal document (subpoena) in re Lucchi vs. American Fur Liners Contractors Association; income tax forms; letter from Local 79, San Francisco, re strike in Oakland; and routine.
1937-1938
Lucchi, Pietro
Box 11 Folder 37
letters from several locals re affiliation with the CIO; "Memo for P. Lucchi, 10/4/37" re Local 2's victory; correspondence with President Green, Matthew Woll, and many others thanking them for their appearances in court in his behalf re violation of anti-trust laws; legal papers re case against Lucchi, Locals 2 and 3 and others; and routine.
1939
Lucchi, Pietro
Box 11 Folder 38
continued correspondence re case against Lucchi; correspondence re sending letters to President Roosevelt asking for clemency from AFL, American Labor Party and many others; correspondence re Lucchi receiving Fur and Leather Worker publication while in prison and rejection by Bureau of Prisons; many letters of support; and misc.
1940
Lucchi, Pietro
Box 11 Folder 39
Bulletin No. 1, February 28, 1940 - "Trial of 25 IFLWU Officers and Members on Alleged Violation of Sheman Anti-Trust Law" 2 p.; several letters from Lucchi announcing his release after 7 1/2 months and thanking them for support; and misc.
1941-1942
Lucchi, Pietro
Box 11 Folder 40
Income tax forms and misc.
Lucchi, Pietro
Box 11 Folder 41
2 p. "The International Union Label"; 2 p. "Resolution Submitted by Locals 2 and 3"; misc. financial information; 6 p. "Convention Report by President Pietro Lucchi"; 3 p. "Fellow Workers!" apparently an address before the Easton Fur Workers presenting them a charter; 5 p. "Report of the 56th Annual Convention of the AFL at Tampa, Florida" by delegates P. Lucchi, Samuel Mindel and Harry Begoon; 1 p. "A Message of Greetings from the General Executive Board of the International Fur Workers Union," greeting by Lucchi for New York Furriers Joint Council, 25th Anniversary; 2 p. memorial for Brother Cabri; an address, 2 p., to Local 88; 4 p. "Looking Ahead"; 3 p. memorial for Hyman Kalmikoff; 4 p. "Our Fight in Winnipeg"; and other misc.
Lucchi, Pietro
Box 11 Folder 42
includes additional addresses, statements and releases by and about Lucchi; and misc.
1934-1936
L General
Box 11 Folder 43
broadside and form letter re strike of Laundry Drivers Union, Local 810, (IBT), 1936; and routine.
1937
L General
Box 11 Folder 44
routine.
1938-1940
L General
Box 11 Folder 45
routine.
1941-1954
L General
Box 11 Folder 46
includes a report and form letter, 1947 from Labor Sports Federation; letter from Latin American Research Bureau to Feinglass re execution of Guatemalans by firing squads of President Castillo Armas; and routine.
1941
Malain, Arthur L.
Box 12 Folder 1
reports on organizing activities, routine correspondence.
1947
Marcantonio, Vito (Congressman)
Box 12 Folder 2
letter to B. Gold requesting contribution for political campaigns, 6/11/47.
1954
March of Labor
Box 12 Folder 3
letter form J. Steuben, editor, to B. Gold re the future of March of Labor and the danger of the magazine "going under", 1/5/54; galley proof and routine.
1936-1940
Markewich and Null
Box 12 Folder 4
testimony of William Green re Pietro Lucchi case before U. S. Senate Committee on Military Affairs, 12/2/37; and routine.
1936-1940
Markewich and Null
Box 12 Folder 5
testimony of William Green re Pietro Lucchi case before U. S. Senate Committee on Military Affairs, 12/2/37; and routine.
1947
Maurice, M.
Box 12 Folder 6
routine correspondence to B. Gold from M. Maurice, Secretary-General of the Federation Nationale Ouriere des Cuirs et Peaux, France.
1937-1954
May Day
Box 12 Folder 7
broadsides; history of May Day; form letters; news release; and routine.
1945-1947
Metz, Julius
Box 12 Folder 8
article "Statement of Eugene J. Bernstein on Behalf of the Independent Raw Fur Merchants of Louisiana," 6 p., no date; extensive correspondence re organizing in New Orleans, Louisiana area; legal document - Morris Steinberg and Julius Leslie Steinberg, A Louisiana Partnership (Steinberg and Co.) vs. Southern Fur Trappers' Branch of the IFLWU; letter to B. Gold, 7/6/47, re effect of Taft-Hartley passage on organizing effort; and misc.
1945-1947
Metz, Julius
Box 12 Folder 9
article "Statement of Eugene J. Bernstein on Behalf of the Independent Raw Fur Merchants of Louisiana," 6 p., no date; extensive correspondence re organizing in New Orleans, Louisiana area; legal document - Morris Steinberg and Julius Leslie Steinberg, A Louisiana Partnership (Steinberg and Co.) vs. Southern Fur Trappers' Branch of the IFLWU; letter to B. Gold, 7/6/47, re effect of Taft-Hartley passage on organizing effort; and misc.
1945-1947
Metz, Julius
Box 12 Folder 10
article "Statement of Eugene J. Bernstein on Behalf of the Independent Raw Fur Merchants of Louisiana," 6 p., no date; extensive correspondence re organizing in New Orleans, Louisiana area; legal document - Morris Steinberg and Julius Leslie Steinberg, A Louisiana Partnership (Steinberg and Co.) vs. Southern Fur Trappers' Branch of the IFLWU; letter to B. Gold, 7/6/47, re effect of Taft-Hartley passage on organizing effort; and misc.
1945-1947
Metz, Julius
Box 12 Folder 11
article "Statement of Eugene J. Bernstein on Behalf of the Independent Raw Fur Merchants of Louisiana," 6 p., no date; extensive correspondence re organizing in New Orleans, Louisiana area; legal document - Morris Steinberg and Julius Leslie Steinberg, A Louisiana Partnership (Steinberg and Co.) vs. Southern Fur Trappers' Branch of the IFLWU; letter to B. Gold, 7/6/47, re effect of Taft-Hartley passage on organizing effort; and misc.
1945-1947
Metz, Julius
Box 12 Folder 12
article "Statement of Eugene J. Bernstein on Behalf of the Independent Raw Fur Merchants of Louisiana," 6 p., no date; extensive correspondence re organizing in New Orleans, Louisiana area; legal document - Morris Steinberg and Julius Leslie Steinberg, A Louisiana Partnership (Steinberg and Co.) vs. Southern Fur Trappers' Branch of the IFLWU; letter to B. Gold, 7/6/47, re effect of Taft-Hartley passage on organizing effort; and misc.
1945-1947
Metz, Julius
Box 12 Folder 13
article "Statement of Eugene J. Bernstein on Behalf of the Independent Raw Fur Merchants of Louisiana," 6 p., no date; extensive correspondence re organizing in New Orleans, Louisiana area; legal document - Morris Steinberg and Julius Leslie Steinberg, A Louisiana Partnership (Steinberg and Co.) vs. Southern Fur Trappers' Branch of the IFLWU; letter to B. Gold, 7/6/47, re effect of Taft-Hartley passage on organizing effort; and misc.
1947
Mid-Southern Farmers Union
Box 12 Folder 14
routine.
1936-1937
Milinery Workers Union (Local 24)
Box 12 Folder 15
letter to Pietro Lucchi from Bella Altshuler, Secretary, 3/31/37; re discrimination against women workers; broadside; telegram, 8/2/37, re jurisdiction to Pietro Lucchi from President Zaritsky of Local 24.
1940-1942
Millstone, Harry
Box 12 Folder 16
routine correspondence.
1940-1942
Millstone, Harry
Box 12 Folder 17
routine correspondence.
1938-1941
Mindel, Samuel (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 12 Folder 18
handwritten letter, no date, to Pietro Lucchi re suggested amalgamation of several locals vs. establishment of a Joint Board; and routine.
1947-1966
Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, International Union of (IUMMSW)
Box 12 Folder 19
Report of Canvassing Committee, 1946; statement presented to the CIO Committee by the IUMMSW, "The Story of Disruption in the IUMMSW-CIO ... a History of John J. Driscoll and His Associates" 1947, 46 p.; correspondence re a secessionist group in the IUMMSW; newletters; article; letter and attached "Special Report on the Trial of Brother Clinton Jencks," 4/2/54; agreement of affiliation between the United Steelworkers of America (USA) and the IUMMSW, 11/18/66, 14 p.
1947-1966
Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, International Union of (IUMMSW)
Box 12 Folder 20
Report of Canvassing Committee, 1946; statement presented to the CIO Committee by the IUMMSW, "The Story of Disruption in the IUMMSW-CIO ... a History of John J. Driscoll and His Associates" 1947, 46 p.; correspondence re a secessionist group in the IUMMSW; newletters; article; letter and attached "Special Report on the Trial of Brother Clinton Jencks," 4/2/54; agreement of affiliation between the United Steelworkers of America (USA) and the IUMMSW, 11/18/66, 14 p.
1941-1942
Monck, Harry (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 12 Folder 21
routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Monck, Harry (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 12 Folder 22
routine correspondence.
1936-1937
Mooney, Tom
Box 12 Folder 23
correspondence and form letters re defense of Tom Mooney.
1942
Multila, E. R. (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan)
Box 12 Folder 24
routine correspondence.
1936-1954
M General
Box 12 Folder 25
form letters; article re McCarthyism, 12 p., no date; and routine.
1936-1954
M General
Box 12 Folder 26
form letters; article re McCarthyism, 12 p., no date; and routine.
1936-1954
M General
Box 12 Folder 27
form letters; article re McCarthyism, 12 p., no date; and routine.
1936-1954
M General
Box 12 Folder 28
form letters; article re McCarthyism, 12 p., no date; and routine.
1937-1939
Naidenoff, Tom
Box 12 Folder 29
routine correspondence.
1945-1947
Nation Associates
Box 12 Folder 30
correspondence re Palestine; "The Palestine Problem," confidential report on the work of the Nation Association at the United Nations, 28 p., 1947; "Could the Arabs Stage and Armed Revolt Against the U. N.?", 1947, 77 p.
1937-1954
National Negro Labor Council
Box 12 Folder 31
summary proceedings of a United Nations conference on minority problems, 1947, 3 p.; reports; broadside; and routine correspondence.
1936-1939
National Surety Corp.
Box 12 Folder 32
routine bonding correspondence.
1937-1947
National Women's Trade Union League of America
Box 12 Folder 33
form letters and routine correspondence.
1935-1939
Negro Labor Committee
Box 12 Folder 34
form letters and routine.
1936-1937
New Leader
Box 12 Folder 35
routine correspondence.
1936
New York Fur Trimming Manufacturers Association
Box 12 Folder 36
correspondence with William Green, President, AFL, re relations between the International Fur Workers' Union and the New York Fur Trimming Manufacturers Association.
1937-1939
Novick, Paul (editor, The Fur Worker)
Box 12 Folder 37
routine correspondence.
1937-1939
Novick, Paul (editor, The Fur Worker)
Box 12 Folder 38
routine correspondence.
1937-1939
Novick, Paul (editor, The Fur Worker)
Box 12 Folder 39
routine correspondence.
1936-1937
N General
Box 13 Folder 1
letter from Jacob Billikopf, Executive Director National Coordinating Committee For Aid to Refugees and Emigrants Coming From Germany, to Lucchi re a concern about the propaganda being spread about Local 70 (Greek local) and the International racial issue; and routine.
1938-1942
N General
Box 13 Folder 2
routine.
1945-1954
N General
Box 13 Folder 3
routine.
1940-1942
Obarski, Herbert (organizer: Wilmington, Delaware)
Box 13 Folder 4
routine.
1940-1942
Oberther, Oscar (organizer: Pennsylvania)
Box 13 Folder 5
routine.
1940-1942
Oberther, Oscar (organizer: Pennsylvania)
Box 13 Folder 6
routine.
1941-1942
O'Toole, Larry (organizer: St. Louis)
Box 13 Folder 7
routine.
1936-1954
O General
Box 13 Folder 8
routine.
1946-1947
Palestine
Box 13 Folder 9
form letters and misc. pamphlets.
1938-1939
Parr, Philip (organizer: Rochester, New York and Elkland, Pennsylvania)
Box 13 Folder 10
routine.
1940
Parr, Philip
Box 13 Folder 11
routine.
1941
Parr, Philip
Box 13 Folder 12
routine.
1942
Pam, Philip (organizer: Chicago)
Box 13 Folder 13
routine.
1937-1945
Paul, Herman (organizer)
Box 13 Folder 14
correspondence re discrimination against active union members; 3 p. report on Middletown meetings and activities; re organizing activities in Local 72 (Washington, D.C.); letter of resignation due to family ill health and complimenting Gold on his leadership ability; 4 p. report on Greek situation (Local 70); 7 p. report of H. Paul re Local 130 and Local 92; 2 p. "Hollander Locals Go to the Polls."
1941-1942
Perron, F. X. (organizer: Quebec)
Box 13 Folder 15
routine.
1941-1942
Perron, F. X. (organizer: Quebec)
Box 13 Folder 16
routine.
1941-1942
Perron, F. X. (organizer: Quebec)
Box 13 Folder 17
routine.
1942
Perryman, Robert (organizer: Ridgway, Pennsylvania)
Box 13 Folder 18
routine.
1940-1942
Pershing, George (organizer - Peabody, Massachusetts and Williamsport, Pennsylvania)
Box 13 Folder 19
routine.
1940-1942
Pershing, George (organizer - Peabody, Massachusetts and Williamsport, Pennsylvania)
Box 13 Folder 20
routine.
1944-1945
Planning Board
Box 13 Folder 21
National Federation of the Fur Industry, Inc. - includes minutes of meetings, correspondence and recommendations re proposal for an industry-wide planning board in the fur industry, between Gold and various associations and companies.
1936-1937
Pocketbook Workers Union
Box 13 Folder 22
requests for financial assistance during strike in Chicago; and routine.
1927-1938
Press Releases
Box 13 Folder 23
from AFL Committee to Reorganize the New York Fur Workers Union, 1927; the Fur Workers Union; (some of these releases in draft form) covering many subjects some of which include problems of officials of Local 70, A. Hollander agreement, convention preparations, AFL investigation re Communism.
1954
Progressive Party
Box 13 Folder 24
correspondence, form letters, memos re activities.
1937-1939
Prompt Press
Box 13 Folder 25
routine.
1928-1936
P General
Box 13 Folder 26
letter with attachments to Frances Perkins re deportation of Dominick Sallitto and Vincent Ferrero; and routine.
1937-1938
P General
Box 13 Folder 27
letter from a Seattle fur worker to Ben Gold, 8/29/37, thanking him for his loyalty and praising him and the International; form letters, etc. re People's Lobby, Inc.; and routine.
1939-1942
P General
Box 13 Folder 28
letter and attachments, 8/18/41, re People's Institute of Applied Religion, Little Rock, Arkansas; and routine.
1945-1954
P General
Box 13 Folder 29
letter to A. Clayton Powell from B. Gold and his reply re a racial remark made by Congressman Rankin; correspondence and from letters re Palestine; invitation to attend "Frances Perkins Dinner of Recognition"; telegrams re terrorism in Spain.
1936-1940
Q General
Box 13 Folder 30
correspondence re Queens Premier Fur Dressing Co. in need of employees (Local 2), contract states within 48 hours or they look to open market; and routine.
1936-1937
Reiss, Morris
Box 14 Folder 1
reports and extensive correspondence re strike in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; other routine correspondence.
1936-1937
Reiss, Morris
Box 14 Folder 2
reports and extensive correspondence re strike in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; other routine correspondence.
1936-1937
Reiss, Morris
Box 14 Folder 3
reports and extensive correspondence re strike in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; other routine correspondence.
1945
Relief Germany
Box 14 Folder 4
form letter.
1945-1947
Rest Home
Box 14 Folder 5
correspondence re purchase of Camp Jackson, White Lake, New York; resolution re the Ben Gold Fur Workers Camp Association; article, diagrams and correspondence re location and construction.
1945-1947
Rest Home
Box 14 Folder 6
correspondence re purchase of Camp Jackson, White Lake, New York; resolution re the Ben Gold Fur Workers Camp Association; article, diagrams and correspondence re location and construction.
1954-1960
Retirement Fund
Box 14 Folder 7
9 p. proposed retirement plan, 1954; letter from H. Cammer, attorney, to Leon Straus, Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union re IFLWU retirement fund under merger with Amalgamated, 12/29/54; form letters; schedules; proposed constitutional amendments; and routine.
1954-1960
Retirement Fund
Box 14 Folder 8
9 p. proposed retirement plan, 1954; letter from H. Cammer, attorney, to Leon Straus, Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union re IFLWU retirement fund under merger with Amalgamated, 12/29/54; form letters; schedules; proposed constitutional amendments; and routine.
1954-1960
Retirement Fund
Box 14 Folder 9
9 p. proposed retirement plan, 1954; letter from H. Cammer, attorney, to Leon Straus, Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union re IFLWU retirement fund under merger with Amalgamated, 12/29/54; form letters; schedules; proposed constitutional amendments; and routine.
1954-1960
Retirement Fund
Box 14 Folder 10
9 p. proposed retirement plan, 1954; letter from H. Cammer, attorney, to Leon Straus, Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union re IFLWU retirement fund under merger with Amalgamated, 12/29/54; form letters; schedules; proposed constitutional amendments; and routine.
1954-1960
Retirement Fund
Box 14 Folder 11
9 p. proposed retirement plan, 1954; letter from H. Cammer, attorney, to Leon Straus, Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union re IFLWU retirement fund under merger with Amalgamated, 12/29/54; form letters; schedules; proposed constitutional amendments; and routine.
1936-1937
Ricco, A. A.
Box 14 Folder 12
routine correspondence.
1936-1945
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Box 14 Folder 13
routine correspondence to President Roosevelt.
1940
Rosner, Alex (New Brunswick, New Jersey)
Box 14 Folder 14
routine correspondence.
1937-1941
Rothenburg, Harry I. (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 14 Folder 15
routine correspondence.
1936-1943
Roy, Albert (Montreal, Canada)
Box 14 Folder 16
report, routine correspondence.
1936-1943
Roy, Albert (Montreal, Canada)
Box 14 Folder 17
report, routine correspondence.
1936-1943
Roy, Albert (Montreal, Canada)
Box 14 Folder 18
report, routine correspondence.
1936-1943
Roy, Albert (Montreal, Canada)
Box 14 Folder 19
report, routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Russell, John (Elkland, Pennsylvania)
Box 14 Folder 20
1941-1942
Russell, John (Elkland, Pennsylvania)
Box 14 Folder 21
1945
Russian War Relief
Box 14 Folder 22
routine correspondence.
1936-1947
R General
Box 14 Folder 23
routine correspondence.
1936-1947
R General
Box 14 Folder 24
routine correspondence.
1936-1947
R General
Box 14 Folder 25
routine correspondence.
1936-1937
Sbar Corporation
Box 14 Folder 26
routine correspondence.
1937
Schulman, Jack
Box 14 Folder 27
routine correspondence.
1937
Shames, H.
Box 14 Folder 28
routine correspondence; report on organizing campaign in Washington D.C.
1937-1942
Shinbane, A. M.
Box 14 Folder 29
routine legal correspondence - Winnepeg, Canada.
1947-1949
Skin prices
Box 14 Folder 30
correspondence re removal of 20% Fur Tax.
1937-1942
Social Security
Box 14 Folder 31
Receipts and forms; form letters; copies of tax returns re Social Security; pamphlet "Proposed Changes in the Social Security Act," 1939, 29 p.; news releases.
1937-1942
Social Security
Box 14 Folder 32
Receipts and forms; form letters; copies of tax returns re Social Security; pamphlet "Proposed Changes in the Social Security Act," 1939, 29 p.; news releases.
1937-1942
Social Security
Box 14 Folder 33
Receipts and forms; form letters; copies of tax returns re Social Security; pamphlet "Proposed Changes in the Social Security Act," 1939, 29 p.; news releases.
1940
Spence, Windels, Walser, Hotchkiss and Angell
Box 14 Folder 34
routine correspondence with Kenneth Walser.
1939-1942
Starr, Joseph (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 14 Folder 35
routine correspondence.
1939-1942
Starr, Joseph (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 14 Folder 36
routine correspondence.
1937-1939
Stein, Gordon (Seattle, Washington)
Box 14 Folder 37
reports on organizing activities in Seattle, Washington and routine correspondence.
1929
Strike
Box 15 Folder 1
correspondence between William Green, President, AFL, and Harry Begoon, General Secretary-Treasurer, re agreements renewed, left wing workers who are antagonistic to AFL, suspension of Communist group in Local 30 (Boston).
1929
Strike
Box 15 Folder 2
correspondence re upcoming strike situation by the Communist group, physical assaults on members, etc.
1929
Strike
Box 15 Folder 3
3 p. release "A Fur Workers Strike - What For," June 6, 1929, an official statement of the International; releases and misc.
1928-1929
Strike
Box 15 Folder 4
correspondence between an attorney and Harry Begoon re debt owed and Begoon's explanation of poor financial state of the union; "Report of the Activities of the Furriers Joint Council for 12 Months--December 1928-November 1929," unpaged; releases; announcements; broadsides; agreement; 3 p. "Official Information on Passing Events in Our Union From the International Fur Workers Union of the U. S. and Canada" by Harry Begoon; and misc.
1925-1926
Strike General
Box 15 Folder 5
correspondence between AFL officials and Fur Workers officials re New York situation; strike declared; letters of support; financial audit of Joint Board Furriers Union; scab work; Isidor Winnick, acting General President to Schactman, General President, and B. Gold, Chairman, Strike Committee, re trying to find out where and when the Committee is meeting; beatings; Communist element; and misc.
1926
Strike General
Box 15 Folder 6
appeals for financial assistance by union members; members beatings and threats; funds of International exhausted.
1926
Strike General
Box 15 Folder 7
correspondence; excerpts of meetings; financial report of the Joint Board of Furriers Union, etc.
1926
Strike Winnipeg
Box 15 Folder 8
correspondence, telegrams, clippings re strike.
1947
Strike Support
Box 15 Folder 9
3 letters requesting financial support from International Fur Workers.
1923-1924
Suroff, Max (Vice-President)
Box 15 Folder 10
correspondence re charges against Suroff for slander and opposition of the International.
1935-1937
Syme, M. Herbert (attorney)
Box 15 Folder 11
re certificate of registration for union label and other misc and routine.
1924-1936
S General
Box 15 Folder 12
correspondence re Scottsboro Boys Defense Committee requesting contribution; and routine.
1937
S General
Box 15 Folder 13
correspondence and memo from Rev. Dr. D. de Sola Pool re alleged discrimination of Greek Fur Workers in New York City; form letter, publication, broadsides re Sheep Shearers' Union No. 1, Butte, Montana; correspondence re arrest and imprisonment of Morris Stein, for union activities; additional correspondence, release, etc. re Scottsboro Defense Committee; and misc.
1938-1939
S General
Box 15 Folder 14
routine.
1940
S General
Box 15 Folder 15
routine.
1941-1945
S General
Box 15 Folder 16
routine.
1947
S General
Box 15 Folder 17
routine.
1954
S General
Box 15 Folder 18
routine.
1937-1938
Textile Workers Organization Committee (TWOC)
Box 15 Folder 19
4 p. letter to Lucchi from Water Cook, TWOC, re the finances and accounting system of the International; re strike support at Horner Brothers' Woolen Mills, Eaton Rapids, Michigan; strike at Bigelow-Sanford Carpet; and routine.
1940-1942
Thompson, Hugh
Box 15 Folder 20
routine.
Trade Union Educational League
Box 15 Folder 21
9 p. "Report of National Conference"; 2 p. "Some Questions to the International Officers."
1951-1954
Trade Union Veterans Committee
Box 15 Folder 22
form letters, legal documents, broadside, etc. re McCarthyism.
1936-1938
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada
Box 15 Folder 23
re per capita tax and attendance at convention.
1936-1937
T General
Box 15 Folder 24
form letters, programs, etc. re Tamiment Economic and Social Labor Conference; Norman Thomas Campaign; Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa; Toronto Labor Lyceum; correspondence with Daniel Tobin, President, Teamsters, re jurisdiction of truck drivers in fur industry; correspondence and financial statements with Leon Tobias, Designer and Builder of Business Interiors.
1938-1940
T General
Box 15 Folder 25
correspondence with Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers Industrial Union re strike in Richmond; with Trades and Labor Congress of Canada re Fur Workers suspension of membership.
1942-1954
T General
Box 15 Folder 26
routine.
1924
Unemployment Fund
Box 15 Folder 27
7 p. mss. and misc. re working out an unemployment plan.
1936-1937
Unemployment Insurance - New York State
Box 15 Folder 28
form letters, forms, payroll record, etc.
1938-1940
Unemployment Insurance - New York State
Box 15 Folder 29
forms, form letters, etc.
1938-1939
Union Label Committee
Box 15 Folder 30
photos of members including President Lucchi stamping skin with union label; routine correspondence, form letters, minutes, 3 p. mss.
1953-1954
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (UE)
Box 15 Folder 31
newletters, form letters, releases, correspondence re Taft-Hartley Hearings, Butler Bill and other anti-labor legislation; 3 p. minutes of first meeting of Provisional Coordination Committee of Five Unions on Brownell-Butler Act, resolutions.
1938
United Fur Manufacturers Association, Inc. (Greek Fur Workers Union, Local 70)
Box 15 Folder 32
correspondence with Nick Mousmoules, Impartial Chairman of the Association re various decisions and violations of agreements; and misc.
1945
United National Clothing Collection, Inc.
Box 15 Folder 33
re nationwide drive to collect used clothing for overseas relief.
1936-1938
U. S. Department of Labor
Box 15 Folder 34
routine.
1936
U General
Box 15 Folder 35
letter from United Rubber Workers President re strike against Goodyear.
1937
U - General
Box 15 Folder 36
routine.
1938-1939
U General
Box 15 Folder 37
routine.
1940-1942
U General
Box 15 Folder 38
routine.
1945-1947
U General
Box 15 Folder 39
invitation and programs for inauguration of U. S. President Roosevelt.
1937-1939
Vafiades, John
Box 16 Folder 1
routine correspondence.
1927-1928
Van Der Heeg, T.
Box 16 Folder 2
correspondence re AFL's internal struggle and Communist participation; and Russian Clothing Workers Union resolution.
1940-1941
Van Nordsten, Joe (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 16 Folder 3
routine correspondence.
1947-1954
Veterans
Box 16 Folder 4
statement of policy for local IFLWU Veterans Committees; form letters.
1936-1947
V General
Box 16 Folder 5
form letters; letter to B. Gold from L. Vassil, United Garment Workers Union in Winnipeg, Canada, re garment workers in Canada, joining the CIO and relations with the "general office" 5/25/37; and routine.
1945
War Emergency Board of the Fur Industry
Box 16 Folder 6
routine correspondence.
1945
War Labor Board, National
Box 16 Folder 7
routine correspondence.
1926-1928
Winnick, I. (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 16 Folder 8
copy of a letter to Joint Council, IFWU re internal struggle in AFL and Communist infiltration; correpondence re suspension of I. Winnick; and routine.
1937
Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council
Box 16 Folder 9
letter to P. Lucchi from J. B. Graham, Secretary of the Council, reporting on a conference of fur manufacturers with representatives form the Council 1/29/37; and correspondence re relationship between fur manufacturers and the Council in Winnipeg.
1937
Winogradsky, Joseph
Box 16 Folder 10
correspondence re "unhealthy situation" in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; and routine.
1945-1947
Witt and Cammer
Box 16 Folder 11
legal correspondence re trapping in Louisiana; arrests at Endicott- Johnson, in Endicott, New York; outline of professional services rendered in Endicott, New York; court brief re Brunson vs. North Carolina 12/30/47; and routine.
1939-1940
Wolf, Samuel (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 16 Folder 12
routine correspondence.
1947
Women's Auxiliary
Box 16 Folder 13
correspondence re obtaining a charter form the International; form letter; and a copy of charter.
1932-1940
Workmen's Circle
Box 16 Folder 14
routine correspondence.
1945
World Trade Union Conference
Box 16 Folder 15
"Report of the CIO Delegates to the World Trade Union Conference," 14 p.; news release.
1935-1940
Wright's (Chester M.) Labor Letter
Box 16 Folder 16
scattered issues and form letters.
1936-1954
W General
Box 16 Folder 17
broadsides re Wagner-Steagall Housing Bill; form letter from Washington State Fur Dealers' Association re outside organizations coming to form a union; minutes of Resort Management Committee (White Lake), March, May 1954; financial correspondence re White Lake Lodge; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
W General
Box 16 Folder 18
broadsides re Wagner-Steagall Housing Bill; form letter from Washington State Fur Dealers' Association re outside organizations coming to form a union; minutes of Resort Management Committee (White Lake), March, May 1954; financial correspondence re White Lake Lodge; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
W General
Box 16 Folder 19
broadsides re Wagner-Steagall Housing Bill; form letter from Washington State Fur Dealers' Association re outside organizations coming to form a union; minutes of Resort Management Committee (White Lake), March, May 1954; financial correspondence re White Lake Lodge; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
W General
Box 16 Folder 20
broadsides re Wagner-Steagall Housing Bill; form letter from Washington State Fur Dealers' Association re outside organizations coming to form a union; minutes of Resort Management Committee (White Lake), March, May 1954; financial correspondence re White Lake Lodge; and routine correspondence.
1935-1947
Y General
Box 16 Folder 21
routine correspondence.
1937-1954
Z General
Box 16 Folder 22
routine correspondence.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 23
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 24
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 25
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 26
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 27
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 28
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 29
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 30
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 31
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 32
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 33
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 34
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1913-1946
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 35
financial statements of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union.
1942-1943
Financial Reports
Box 16 Folder 36
financial reports of the Fur Division, IFLWU.
1945
Weekly financial reports of the Joint Council
Box 16 Folder 37
1947-1953
Financial reports of the Leather Division, IFLWU
Box 16 Folder 38
1938
Death Benefits
Box 16 Folder 39
death claims paid and rejections
1937-1943
Miscellaneous bills, receipts, statements, etc. A
Box 16 Folder 40
1937-1942
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. Addressograph
Box 16 Folder 41
1937-1942
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. Addressograph
Box 16 Folder 42
1937-1942
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. Addressograph
Box 16 Folder 43
1937-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - B, misc.
Box 17 Folder 1
1936-1940
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Bartel, Philip.
Box 17 Folder 2
1939-1940
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. Bonding
Box 17 Folder 3
correspondence and lists re Bonding individuals in the union.
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - C, misc.
Box 17 Folder 4
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - C, misc.
Box 17 Folder 5
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - D, misc.
Box 17 Folder 6
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - E, misc.
Box 17 Folder 7
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - F-K.
Box 17 Folder 8
1931-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Income Tax.
Box 17 Folder 9
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - L, misc.
Box 17 Folder 10
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - M, misc.
Box 17 Folder 11
1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - N, misc.
Box 17 Folder 12
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - New York Telephone Co.
Box 17 Folder 13
1941-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Norwood Co.
Box 17 Folder 14
1941-1942
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - P, misc.
Box 17 Folder 15
1937-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Post Office.
Box 17 Folder 16
1937-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Post Office.
Box 17 Folder 17
1937-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Post Office.
Box 17 Folder 18
1940-1943
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - Publication Press.
Box 17 Folder 19
1937-1940
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - R, misc.
Box 17 Folder 20
1935-1939
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - S, misc.
Box 17 Folder 21
1939-1940
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - United Air Lines.
Box 17 Folder 22
1936-1940
Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc. - V-Z.
Box 17 Folder 23
1938-1951
Financial - Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc.
Box 17 Folder 24
1938-1951
Financial - Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc.
Box 17 Folder 25
1938-1951
Financial - Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc.
Box 17 Folder 26
1938-1951
Financial - Misc. bills, receipts, statements, etc.
Box 17 Folder 27
1913-1948
Account Books
Box 18 Folder 1
volumes for International Union; local; income from locals, salaries, expenses, death benefits, etc.; per capita by month.
1922-1939
Account Books
Box 19 Folder 1
volumes for Local 66; Local 67; Locals 20-51; Local 60-63; Local 25; Local 58; Expenditures for New Brunswick Strike and Rabbit Industry; Expenditures re Montreal Strike.
1951
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 1
"Proceedings - Appeal of Local 2," 12/4/51, 60 p., 2 copies.
1951
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 2
"Proceedings - Appeal of Local 2," 12/4/51, 60 p., 2 copies.
1915-1947
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 3
correspondence re slowdown at the Alaska Chemical Corp., 1947; agreement; routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 4
correspondence re slowdown at the Alaska Chemical Corp., 1947; agreement; routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 5
correspondence re slowdown at the Alaska Chemical Corp., 1947; agreement; routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 6
correspondence re slowdown at the Alaska Chemical Corp., 1947; agreement; routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 7
correspondence re slowdown at the Alaska Chemical Corp., 1947; agreement; routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 2 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 8
financial statements.
1915-1947
Local 3 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 9
includes list of members in good standing, enrollment cards, form letters and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 3 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 10
includes list of members in good standing, enrollment cards, form letters and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 3 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 11
includes list of members in good standing, enrollment cards, form letters and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 3 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 12
includes list of members in good standing, enrollment cards, form letters and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 3 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 13
includes list of members in good standing, enrollment cards, form letters and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 3 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 14
financial statements.
1937-1945
Local 4 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 15
sample agreement, 1937; and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 4 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 20 Folder 16
financial statements.
1947-1949
Local 5 (Morgan City, Louisiana)
Box 20 Folder 17
routine correspondence, including a telegram asking B. Gold to investigate organizers Chan and Metz.
1947
Local 10
Box 20 Folder 18
National Labor Relations Board order dismissing petition re Palmer Packing Co. vs UFLWU, Local 10.
1939-1954
Local 21 (Peabody, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 19
Massachusetts Organizational Committee's report by Mr. Chamouris, Chairman, 3 p.; proceedings in matter of appeal of E. Driscoll to Executive Board, Leather Division, UFLWU, 10/2/54, 73 p.
1937-1942
Local 22 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 20 Folder 20
membership lists; routine correspondence.
1937-1942
Local 22 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 20 Folder 21
membership lists; routine correspondence.
1937-1942
Local 22 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 20 Folder 22
membership lists; routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 22 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 20 Folder 23
financial statements.
1924-1943
Local 25 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 24
correspondence re local elections (1924) and testimony re election of officers, 7 p., 1924; extensive correspondence, including data sheet, article re Vice-President Milton Corbet (also a local officer) - misuse of local funds; reports, news releases and correspondence re International's suspension of local officers and taking over the local 1926-28; letter from M. Langer, Business agent to Sub- Committee, General Executive Board, IFLWU, re retaining M. Corbet as International Vice-President after removing him as a local officer due to misuse of office 12/1/26; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 25 and Local 58, 1928; and routine correspondence.
1924-1943
Local 25 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 25
correspondence re local elections (1924) and testimony re election of officers, 7 p., 1924; extensive correspondence, including data sheet, article re Vice-President Milton Corbet (also a local officer) - misuse of local funds; reports, news releases and correspondence re International's suspension of local officers and taking over the local 1926-28; letter from M. Langer, Business agent to Sub- Committee, General Executive Board, IFLWU, re retaining M. Corbet as International Vice-President after removing him as a local officer due to misuse of office 12/1/26; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 25 and Local 58, 1928; and routine correspondence.
1924-1943
Local 25 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 26
correspondence re local elections (1924) and testimony re election of officers, 7 p., 1924; extensive correspondence, including data sheet, article re Vice-President Milton Corbet (also a local officer) - misuse of local funds; reports, news releases and correspondence re International's suspension of local officers and taking over the local 1926-28; letter from M. Langer, Business agent to Sub- Committee, General Executive Board, IFLWU, re retaining M. Corbet as International Vice-President after removing him as a local officer due to misuse of office 12/1/26; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 25 and Local 58, 1928; and routine correspondence.
1924-1943
Local 25 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 27
correspondence re local elections (1924) and testimony re election of officers, 7 p., 1924; extensive correspondence, including data sheet, article re Vice-President Milton Corbet (also a local officer) - misuse of local funds; reports, news releases and correspondence re International's suspension of local officers and taking over the local 1926-28; letter from M. Langer, Business agent to Sub- Committee, General Executive Board, IFLWU, re retaining M. Corbet as International Vice-President after removing him as a local officer due to misuse of office 12/1/26; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 25 and Local 58, 1928; and routine correspondence.
1939-1941
Local 25 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 28
financial statements.
1951
Local 27 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 29
correspondence re libel suit by AFL.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 30
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 31
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 32
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 33
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 34
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 35
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 36
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1915-1947
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 37
correspondence re a strike, 1926; internal strife due to some local officers' loyalty to the expelled Joint Board vs. the International; letter and petition asking the International to take over the local, 1/24/29; reorganization of the local; and routine correspondence.
1938-1941
Local 30 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Box 20 Folder 38
financial statements.
1938-1942
Local 31 (Overland, Missouri)
Box 20 Folder 39
routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 31 (Overland, Missouri)
Box 20 Folder 40
routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 31 (Overland, Missouri)
Box 20 Folder 41
routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 31 (Overland, Missouri)
Box 20 Folder 42
financial statements.
1939
Local 34 (Hoboken, New Jersey)
Box 20 Folder 43
report of Leather Workers' Division Executive Board members on investigation of the administration of organizer Joseph F. Massidda re financial transactions, 11 p., no date.
1915-1942
Local 35 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 20 Folder 44
correspondence re dissolution of Local 40 and its members joining Local 35, 1915; and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 35 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 20 Folder 45
financial statements.
1939-1941
Local 37 (Elkland, Pennsylvania)
Box 20 Folder 46
routine correspondence; pamphlet "We Accuse," 1943, 16 p. re Elkland Leather Co.; broadsides; "History of the Labor Struggle in the Elkland Leather Co.," 3 p., by Henry Van Zile.
1939
Local 37 (Elkland, Pennsylvania)
Box 20 Folder 47
financial statements.
1938-1954
Local 38 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 20 Folder 48
includes an Audit Report for 7/1/46-6/30/47; correspondence between B. Gold and Harold Shapiro, organizer, re Gold's trial and beliefs, 1/54; and routine correspondence.
1938-1954
Local 38 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 20 Folder 49
includes an Audit Report for 7/1/46-6/30/47; correspondence between B. Gold and Harold Shapiro, organizer, re Gold's trial and beliefs, 1/54; and routine correspondence.
1938-1954
Local 38 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 20 Folder 50
includes an Audit Report for 7/1/46-6/30/47; correspondence between B. Gold and Harold Shapiro, organizer, re Gold's trial and beliefs, 1/54; and routine correspondence.
1938-1954
Local 38 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 20 Folder 51
includes an Audit Report for 7/1/46-6/30/47; correspondence between B. Gold and Harold Shapiro, organizer, re Gold's trial and beliefs, 1/54; and routine correspondence.
1938-1954
Local 38 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 20 Folder 52
includes an Audit Report for 7/1/46-6/30/47; correspondence between B. Gold and Harold Shapiro, organizer, re Gold's trial and beliefs, 1/54; and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 38 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 20 Folder 53
financial statements.
1939-1946
Local 39 (Buffalo, New York)
Box 21 Folder 1
misc. financial statements.
1937-1942
Local 40 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 21 Folder 2
membership list, weekly financial sheets, routine correspondence.
1940-1942
Local 40 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 21 Folder 3
financial statements.
1939
Local 41 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 21 Folder 3a
routine.
1939-1940
Local 43 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 4
financial statements, leaflets, broadsides, membership list, routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Local 43 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 5
financial statements, leaflets, broadsides, membership list, routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Local 43 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 6
financial statements, leaflets, broadsides, membership list, routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Local 44 (Gowanda, New York)
Box 21 Folder 7
routine correspondence; one issue, May 1940, of the local's publication, The Tanner; financial statements.
1939-1940
Local 44 (Gowanda, New York)
Box 21 Folder 8
routine correspondence; one issue, May 1940, of the local's publication, The Tanner; financial statements.
1939-1940
Local 44 (Gowanda, New York)
Box 21 Folder 9
routine correspondence; one issue, May 1940, of the local's publication, The Tanner; financial statements.
1925
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 10
includes report to General Executive Board, January 5, 1925, handwritten; letters to Kaufman from J. Millstein, Manager Local 45 re lack of work, agreements to expire, meetings, organizing, unemployment insurance plan, Montreal situation, problems between International and Joint Board; local's officials dispute broadside; one issue The Chicago Fur Worker, October 25.
1926
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 11
petition against local officers re corruption; correspondence re problems within the local and strike; Local 45 members being expelled because of opposition to Millstein Administration; Millstein calls Gold "double-crosser" in telegram, August 3; August 25 letter to Schactman from Millstein re meeting of the "left wingers"; Irving I. Israelson becomes Manager of Local - question re conduct of election of officers; and routine.
1927-1937
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 12
continued correspondence between Schactman, Israelson and Millstein re local activities; special convention issue of The Chicago Fur Worker, May 1937.
1938
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 13
correspondence re routine local activities.
1939
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 14
routine.
1940
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 15
routine.
1941
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 16
routine.
1942
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 17
routine.
1945
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 18
resolution condemning leadership of New York Fur Manufacturers Association; correspondence re agreements reached; and misc.
1938-1942
Local 45 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 21 Folder 19
financial statements.
1946-1947
Locals 46 and 47 (Canada)
Box 21 Folder 20
handwritten report of Local 46, undated; handwritten report of Local 47, undated; and routine.
1938
Local 48 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 21
routine.
1939
Local 48 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 22
routine.
1940
Local 48 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 23
routine.
1941
Local 48 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 24
routine.
1942
Local 48 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 25
correspondence re local's 11th Anniversary celebration; telegram to Gold from local pledging continued support to leadership.
1938-1941
Local 48 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 26
financial statements.
1938
Local 49 (Seattle, Washington)
Box 21 Folder 27
routine correspondence; form letter sent to all local members re asking for support, etc.; membership list.
1939
Local 49 (Seattle, Washington)
Box 21 Folder 28
routine.
1940
Local 49 (Seattle, Washington)
Box 21 Folder 29
routine.
1941
Local 49 (Seattle, Washington)
Box 21 Folder 30
routine correspondence, includes a dues booklet.
1938-1939
Local 49 (Seattle, Washington)
Box 21 Folder 31
financial statements.
1939-1941
Local 51 (Baltimore, Maryland)
Box 21 Folder 32
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1939-1941
Local 51 (Baltimore, Maryland)
Box 21 Folder 33
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1938-1945
Local 52 (St. Paul, Minnesota)
Box 21 Folder 34
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1938-1945
Local 52 (St. Paul, Minnesota)
Box 21 Folder 35
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1926-1928
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 36
correspondence re problems within local leadership, strike, local officials slander the International; 3 p. information sheet "New Communist Betrayal of Philadelphia Fur Workers"; Local 53 suspension from International.
1937
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 37
membership list.
1938
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 38
routine.
1939
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 39
routine.
1940
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 40
routine.
1941
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 41
routine.
1942-1945
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 42
routine.
1938-1941
Local 53 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 21 Folder 43
financial statements.
1926-1939
Local 54 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 21 Folder 44
1926 letter, letterhead: Newark, New Jersey, #54; and routine.
1940-1942
Local 54 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 21 Folder 45
routine.
1938-1941
Local 54 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 21 Folder 46
financial statements.
1938
Local 55 (Buffalo, New York)
Box 21 Folder 47
membership list and routine correspondence.
1934-1940
Local 55 (Buffalo, New York)
Box 21 Folder 48
routine.
1934-1940
Local 55 (Buffalo, New York)
Box 21 Folder 49
routine.
1938-1940
Local 55 (Buffalo, New York)
Box 21 Folder 50
financial statements.
1939-1941
Local 56 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 1
financial statements and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 57 (St. Paul, Minnesota)
Box 22 Folder 2
routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 57 (St. Paul, Minnesota)
Box 22 Folder 3
financial statements.
1928-1942
Local 58 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 4
originally Brooklyn, New York; correspondence re Brooklyn Local 58 suspension from the International Union, 1928; correspondence to International from Fur Dressers and Dyers Union in Toronto applying for affiliation; and routine.
1928-1942
Local 58 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 5
originally Brooklyn, New York; correspondence re Brooklyn Local 58 suspension from the International Union, 1928; correspondence to International from Fur Dressers and Dyers Union in Toronto applying for affiliation; and routine.
1928-1942
Local 58 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 6
originally Brooklyn, New York; correspondence re Brooklyn Local 58 suspension from the International Union, 1928; correspondence to International from Fur Dressers and Dyers Union in Toronto applying for affiliation; and routine.
1936-1942
Local 58 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 7
financial statements.
1925-1938
Local 59 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 22 Folder 8
routine correspondence.
1925-1938
Local 59 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 22 Folder 9
routine correspondence.
1925-1938
Local 59 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 22 Folder 10
routine correspondence.
1936-1938
Local 59 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 22 Folder 11
financial statements.
1938-1941
Local 61 (New York, New York)
Box 22 Folder 12
routine correspondence and membership list.
1938-1942
Local 61 (New York, New York)
Box 22 Folder 13
financial statements.
1938-1939
Local 62 (Danbury, Connecticut)
Box 22 Folder 14
membership list, broadside and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 64 (New York, New York)
Box 22 Folder 15
membership lists, routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 64 (New York, New York)
Box 22 Folder 16
membership lists, routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 64 (New York, New York)
Box 22 Folder 17
membership lists, routine correspondence.
1939-1941
Local 64 (New York, New York)
Box 22 Folder 18
financial statements.
1936-1941
Local 65 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 19
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1936-1941
Local 65 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 20
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1937-1940
Local 66 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 21
membership list, report of complaints and shop meetings, routine correspondence - includes Local 66-67.
1937-1940
Local 66 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 22
membership list, report of complaints and shop meetings, routine correspondence - includes Local 66-67.
1938-1942
Local 66 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 23
financial statements.
1935-1954
Local 66-67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 24
correspondence re bargaining with employers in Montreal for new contract; membership list; reports on activities; and routine.
1935-1954
Local 66-67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 25
correspondence re bargaining with employers in Montreal for new contract; membership list; reports on activities; and routine.
1935-1954
Local 66-67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 26
correspondence re bargaining with employers in Montreal for new contract; membership list; reports on activities; and routine.
1935-1954
Local 66-67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 27
correspondence re bargaining with employers in Montreal for new contract; membership list; reports on activities; and routine.
1936-1937
Local 66-67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 28
financial statements.
1936-1941
Local 67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 29
membership list; and routine correspondence.
1936-1940
Local 67 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 30
financial statements.
1936-1945
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 31
reports on routine local activity; and other routine correspondence.
1936-1945
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 32
reports on routine local activity; and other routine correspondence.
1936-1945
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 33
reports on routine local activity; and other routine correspondence.
1936-1945
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 34
reports on routine local activity; and other routine correspondence.
1936-1945
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 35
reports on routine local activity; and other routine correspondence.
1936-1945
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 36
reports on routine local activity; and other routine correspondence.
1936-1941
Local 68 (Quebec, Quebec, Canada)
Box 22 Folder 37
financial statements.
1936-1947
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 38
reports of organizing activities, newsletter, clippings and correspondence re strike, 1936; membership; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 39
reports of organizing activities, newsletter, clippings and correspondence re strike, 1936; membership; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 40
reports of organizing activities, newsletter, clippings and correspondence re strike, 1936; membership; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 41
reports of organizing activities, newsletter, clippings and correspondence re strike, 1936; membership; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 42
reports of organizing activities, newsletter, clippings and correspondence re strike, 1936; membership; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 43
reports of organizing activities, newsletter, clippings and correspondence re strike, 1936; membership; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1942
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 44
financial statements, article.
1936-1942
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 45
financial statements, article.
1936-1942
Local 69 (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
Box 22 Folder 46
financial statements, article.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 1
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 2
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 3
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 4
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 5
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 6
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 7
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 8
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 9
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 10
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 11
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 12
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 13
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 14
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 15
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 16
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 17
Greek Fur Workers Local - broadsides; Sub-Committee minutes re the "Greek situation" includes a brief history of Local 70, 3/20/27; form letters; financial statements; extensive correspondence re the strained relationship between Local 70 and the Joint Council, including news release and resolution, 1936; correspondence re Greek Fur Workers' Local 70 members working in Joint Council shops; newsletters; minutes of the Joint Conference Committee, 3/24/37, (Local 70 and United Fur Manufacturers Association); court document; membership list; court decision, United vs. Gold, 7/14/39, 2 p.; correspondence and newsletters by the newly organized American Federation of Fur Workers, Local 22,385, who accuse Local 70 and its leaders of being under Communist influence; court document, James Stephenson, et. al. vs. United Fur Manufacturers, 5/23/41, 6 p.; pamphlet "The Greek Americans in the Fur Industry" in Greek, 1963, 16 p.; and routine correspondence.
1937
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 18
Greek Fur Workers Local - financial statements.
1936-1941
Local 70 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 19
Greek Fur Workers Local - publications - scattered issues of Local 70 monthly publications (in Greek).
Local 70 (New York, New York) - Greek Fur Workers Local - misc.
Box 23 Folder 20
(Greek and English) resolutions, broadsides, articles, handwritten notes; report by the National Credit Office "The Woolen and Worsted Industry," 1926, 11 p.; agreement, United Fur Manufacturers Association and Fur Workers Brotherhood of New York, 1926; petitions; structure chart of the Furriers Joint Council of New York.
Local 70 (New York, New York) - Greek Fur Workers Local - misc.
Box 23 Folder 21
(Greek and English) resolutions, broadsides, articles, handwritten notes; report by the National Credit Office "The Woolen and Worsted Industry," 1926, 11 p.; agreement, United Fur Manufacturers Association and Fur Workers Brotherhood of New York, 1926; petitions; structure chart of the Furriers Joint Council of New York.
Local 70 (New York, New York) - Greek Fur Workers Local - misc.
Box 23 Folder 22
(Greek and English) resolutions, broadsides, articles, handwritten notes; report by the National Credit Office "The Woolen and Worsted Industry," 1926, 11 p.; agreement, United Fur Manufacturers Association and Fur Workers Brotherhood of New York, 1926; petitions; structure chart of the Furriers Joint Council of New York.
Local 70 (New York, New York) - Greek Fur Workers Local - misc.
Box 23 Folder 23
(Greek and English) resolutions, broadsides, articles, handwritten notes; report by the National Credit Office "The Woolen and Worsted Industry," 1926, 11 p.; agreement, United Fur Manufacturers Association and Fur Workers Brotherhood of New York, 1926; petitions; structure chart of the Furriers Joint Council of New York.
Local 70 (New York, New York) - Greek Fur Workers Local
Box 23 Folder 24
photos removed - placed in Box 32, ff 10.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 25
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 26
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 27
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 28
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 29
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 30
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 31
reports on organizing and negotiations; financial report; and routine correspondence.
1936-1941
Local 71 (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Box 23 Folder 32
financial statements.
1936-1954
Local 72 (Washington, D.C.)
Box 23 Folder 33
correspondence re reorganization of Washington furriers, 1936; resolution; and routine.
1936-1954
Local 72 (Washington, D.C.)
Box 23 Folder 34
correspondence re reorganization of Washington furriers, 1936; resolution; and routine.
1936-1954
Local 72 (Washington, D.C.)
Box 23 Folder 35
correspondence re reorganization of Washington furriers, 1936; resolution; and routine.
1936-1954
Local 72 (Washington, D.C.)
Box 23 Folder 36
correspondence re reorganization of Washington furriers, 1936; resolution; and routine.
1937-1941
Local 72 (Washington, D.C.)
Box 23 Folder 37
financial statements.
1938-1941
Local 73 (Flemington, New Jersey)
Box 23 Folder 38
routine correspondence.
1939-1941
Local 73 (Flemington, New Jersey)
Box 23 Folder 39
financial statements.
1938-1939
Local 74 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 23 Folder 40
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1926-1947
Local 75 (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
Box 23 Folder 41
routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 75 (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
Box 23 Folder 42
routine correspondence.
1926-1947
Local 75 (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
Box 23 Folder 43
routine correspondence.
1939-1941
Local 75 (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
Box 23 Folder 44
financial statements.
1936-1937
Local 77 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 45
membership list and routine correspondence.
1936-1939
Local 77 (New York, New York)
Box 23 Folder 46
financial statements.
1938-1940
Local 78 (Rochester, New York)
Box 23 Folder 47
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1938-1940
Local 78 (Rochester, New York)
Box 23 Folder 48
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1936-1937
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 23 Folder 49
correspondence re Oakland Fur Workers contract and strike; newsletters; by-lays of Local 79; correspondence re strike against Fred Benioff; articles, correspondence re organizing in Seattle and AFL's attempt to split the Seattle local, 1937; membership list; and routine.
1936-1937
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 23 Folder 50
correspondence re Oakland Fur Workers contract and strike; newsletters; by-lays of Local 79; correspondence re strike against Fred Benioff; articles, correspondence re organizing in Seattle and AFL's attempt to split the Seattle local, 1937; membership list; and routine.
1936-1937
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 23 Folder 51
correspondence re Oakland Fur Workers contract and strike; newsletters; by-lays of Local 79; correspondence re strike against Fred Benioff; articles, correspondence re organizing in Seattle and AFL's attempt to split the Seattle local, 1937; membership list; and routine.
1936-1937
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 23 Folder 52
correspondence re Oakland Fur Workers contract and strike; newsletters; by-lays of Local 79; correspondence re strike against Fred Benioff; articles, correspondence re organizing in Seattle and AFL's attempt to split the Seattle local, 1937; membership list; and routine.
1938
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 1
membership list; official ballot; and routine correspondence.
1939
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 2
routine.
1940
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 3
routine.
1941
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 4
routine.
1942
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 5
routine.
1947-1954
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 6
correspondence between Gold and local members re problems in the local, 3 p.; lack of interest among members in the local, "slowly dying".
1936-1941
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 7
financial statements.
1936-1941
Local 79 (San Francisco, California)
Box 24 Folder 8
financial statements.
1936
Local 80 (Bronx, New York)
Box 24 Folder 9
routine.
1937
Local 80 (Bronx, New York)
Box 24 Folder 10
correspondence re merging of Rabbit Fur Dyers; handwritten lists (?); broadside; sample ballot; membership list; and routine.
1938
Local 80 (Bronx, New York)
Box 24 Folder 11
membership lists and routine.
1939
Local 80 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 12
membership lists; lists of members dropped; and routine.
1940
Local 80 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 13
lists of members and routine.
1941-1945
Local 80 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 14
membership lists; information re dropped, withdrawn and reinstated members; and routine correspondence.
1936-1942
Local 80 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 15
financial statements.
1936-1942
Local 80 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 16
financial statements.
1937-1940
Locals 80 and 88 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 17
list of members; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1937-1940
Locals 80 and 88 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 18
list of members; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1937-1938
Local 84 (New Haven, Connecticut)
Box 24 Folder 19
membership list and routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Local 84 (New Haven, Connecticut)
Box 24 Folder 20
routine.
1941
Local 84 (New Haven, Connecticut)
Box 24 Folder 21
correspondence re sending strike benefit funds to the local and being excused from picketing because of extreme heat and a holiday.
1941-1942
Local 84 (New Haven, Connecticut)
Box 24 Folder 22
financial statements and routine.
1938-1940
Local 84 (New Haven, Connecticut)
Box 24 Folder 23
financial statements.
1935-1936
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 24
correspondence re member complaint about being transferred from one shop to another; problems re organizing out-of-town shops; list of union shops; and routine.
1937
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 25
correspondence re shops organized and wages being paid, etc.; membership list; official ballot; and routine.
1938
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 26
membership list and routine.
1939
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 27
membership lists and routine correspondence.
1940
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 28
membership lists and routine.
1941-1942
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 29
membership lists; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1936-1942
Local 85 (New York City, New York)
Box 24 Folder 30
financial statements.
1936
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 31
handwritten financial report for 1935; need for financial assistance for organizing; broadsides; Lucchi makes suggestions to business agent re organizing activities; legal document (petition for injunction); and routine.
1936
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 32
strike against Fox Co.; legal document; receipts; organizer describes mass demonstration, etc. against Fox Co.; strike at Higbee Co.; and routine.
1936
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 33
re strike continues at Higbee Co.; other strikes, organizing; membership list; correspondence re agreements settled; leaflet re I. J. Fox Co.; re arrangement for educational program through teachers union, for members; newspaper clippings re organizing drive; audit report; program of "Victory Banquet"; and routine.
1937
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 34
membership list; correspondence re forming a strike committee; organizing, etc.; and routine.
1938-1940
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 35
routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 36
routine.
1945-1951
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 37
audit reports; correspondence re problems in Midwest District; 8/13/47 letter to Gold from Business Manager re employer hiring a black worker; routine.
1936-1943
Local 86 (Cleveland, Ohio)
Box 24 Folder 38
financial statements.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 1
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 2
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 3
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 4
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 5
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 6
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 7
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 8
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1954
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 9
includes "Minutes of the Pacific Coast District Council," 4 p., 3/21/36; financial reports; correspondence re strike and settlement with Wholesale Association, 1936; correspondence re injunction against the union by Maurice Ball Fur Co., 1936-37; reports of Local 87 activities; correspondence re contracting problem, 1945; correspondence re merger with MCBW, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1936-1940
Local 87 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 25 Folder 10
financial statements.
1926-1942
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 11
formerly South Norwalk, Connecticut; resolution re dissolution of Local 88, 1928; membership lists.
1926-1942
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 12
formerly South Norwalk, Connecticut; resolution re dissolution of Local 88, 1928; membership lists.
1926-1942
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 13
formerly South Norwalk, Connecticut; resolution re dissolution of Local 88, 1928; membership lists.
1926-1942
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 14
formerly South Norwalk, Connecticut; resolution re dissolution of Local 88, 1928; membership lists.
1926-1942
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 15
formerly South Norwalk, Connecticut; resolution re dissolution of Local 88, 1928; membership lists.
1926-1942
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 16
formerly South Norwalk, Connecticut; resolution re dissolution of Local 88, 1928; membership lists.
1937-1939
Local 88 (New York, New York)
Box 25 Folder 17
financial statements.
1936-1947
Local 89 (Union City, New Jersey)
Box 25 Folder 18
includes arbitration award; correspondence with Alaska Chemical Corp. re contract negotiations, 1936; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 89 with Locals 2 and 88, 1937; audit reports; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 89 (Union City, New Jersey)
Box 25 Folder 19
includes arbitration award; correspondence with Alaska Chemical Corp. re contract negotiations, 1936; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 89 with Locals 2 and 88, 1937; audit reports; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 89 (Union City, New Jersey)
Box 25 Folder 20
includes arbitration award; correspondence with Alaska Chemical Corp. re contract negotiations, 1936; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 89 with Locals 2 and 88, 1937; audit reports; and routine correspondence.
1936-1947
Local 89 (Union City, New Jersey)
Box 25 Folder 21
includes arbitration award; correspondence with Alaska Chemical Corp. re contract negotiations, 1936; correspondence re amalgamation of Local 89 with Locals 2 and 88, 1937; audit reports; and routine correspondence.
1936-1941
Local 89 (Union City, New Jersey)
Box 25 Folder 22
financial statements.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 23
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 24
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 25
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 26
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 27
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 28
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 29
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1926-1945
Local 91 (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 30
extensive correspondence re organizing drive and strike 1936-37; reports on agreement with Neaman Fur Co.; extensive correspondence and court documents re injunction against local; broadsides; resolution; membership lists; articles; financial statements; correspondence re relationship with Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 1945; and routine.
1939-1947
Local 92 (Providence, Rhode Island)
Box 25 Folder 31
routine correspondence.
1939-1947
Local 92 (Providence, Rhode Island)
Box 25 Folder 32
routine correspondence.
1939-1940
Local 92 (Providence, Rhode Island)
Box 25 Folder 33
financial statements.
1937-1947
Local 94 (Duluth, Minnesota)
Box 25 Folder 34
routine correspondence.
1937-1947
Local 94 (Duluth, Minnesota)
Box 25 Folder 35
routine correspondence.
1937-1947
Local 94 (Duluth, Minnesota)
Box 25 Folder 36
routine correspondence.
1937-1941
Local 94 (Duluth, Minnesota)
Box 25 Folder 37
financial statements.
1934-1941
Local 95 (Hartford, Connecticut)
Box 25 Folder 38
routine correspondence.
1934-1941
Local 95 (Hartford, Connecticut)
Box 25 Folder 39
routine correspondence.
1936-1940
Local 95 (Hartford, Connecticut)
Box 25 Folder 40
financial statements.
1941-1942
Local 96 (Detroit, Michigan)
Box 25 Folder 41
routine correspondence.
1942
Local 97 (Salamanca, New York)
Box 25 Folder 42
routine correspondence
1937-1941
Local 98 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 25 Folder 43
includes membership list; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1937-1938
Local 99 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Box 26 Folder 1
lists of membership and routine.
1939
Local 99 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Box 26 Folder 2
routine.
1940
Local 99 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Box 26 Folder 3
routine.
1941
Local 99 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Box 26 Folder 4
routine.
1942-1947
Local 99 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Box 26 Folder 5
routine.
1937-1942
Local 99 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Box 26 Folder 6
financial statements.
1936-1942
Local 100 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 26 Folder 7
membership list; letter from member complaining about Max Federman and his associates discriminating against union members; and routine.
1936-1942
Local 100 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Box 26 Folder 8
financial statements.
1939-1942
Local 101 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 9
letters of member certification; and routine.
1937-1942
Local 105 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 10
letters of membership certification; handwritten death claims; and routine.
1938-1942
Local 110 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 11
letters of membership certification.
1936-1942
Local 115 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 12
letters of membership certification and routine.
1938-1941
Local 118 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 26 Folder 13
routine and financial.
1938-1939
Local 120 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 14
ballot, list of members and routine.
1940
Local 120 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 15
routine.
1941
Local 120 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 16
routine.
1942
Local 120 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 17
routine.
1938-1942
Local 120 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 18
financial statements.
1937
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 19
correspondence re resolution for issuing charter for Chauffeurs and Helpers; official ballot; and routine.
1938
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 20
sample ballot; correspondence re dropped members; re financial support for American Labor Party; and routine.
1939
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 21
routine.
1940
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 22
list of members; and routine.
1941
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 23
routine.
1942
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 24
list of members and routine.
1938-1942
Local 122 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 25
financial.
1937-1938
Local 125 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 26
correspondence re forming 2 locals out of Local 125; list of transfers; and routine.
1939-1940
Local 125 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 27
membership and "drop" lists; and routine.
1941
Local 125 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 28
15 p. "Minutes of a Conference Between Representatives of the International Ladies Handbag, Pocketbook and Novelty Workers and Internation Fur and Leather Workers," re jurisdictional disputes; and routine.
1942-1945
Local 125 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 29
lists of members; routine.
1937-1942
Local 125 (New York City, New York)
Box 26 Folder 30
financial statements.
1937
Local 130 (Long Branch, New Jersey)
Box 26 Folder 31
lists of members; and routine.
1938-1940
Local 130 (Long Branch, New Jersey)
Box 26 Folder 32
routine.
1941-1942
Local 130 (Long Branch, New Jersey)
Box 26 Folder 33
lists of members and routine.
1937-1942
Local 130 (Long Branch, New Jersey)
Box 26 Folder 34
financial statements.
1937
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 35
lists of members; and routine.
1938
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 36
list of members and routine.
1939
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 37
re dropped and suspended members and routine.
1940
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 38
list of members and routine.
1941
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 39
sample ballot; lists of members; and routine.
1942-1947
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 40
letter from Lucchi to local re mass meeting and support of Roosevelt; list of members; letter to Gold from local re finding employment for two veterans; correspondence from A. Hollander and Son employees; 3 p. letter from Gold to President of local re problems within local - anti-Semitic acts.
1937-1942
Local 135 (Middletown, New York)
Box 26 Folder 41
financial reports.
1937-1954
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 1
includes membership lists; correspondence re negotiations with A. Hollander, 1945; correspondence with the International re problems with Locals 2 and 3, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1937-1954
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 2
includes membership lists; correspondence re negotiations with A. Hollander, 1945; correspondence with the International re problems with Locals 2 and 3, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1937-1954
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 3
includes membership lists; correspondence re negotiations with A. Hollander, 1945; correspondence with the International re problems with Locals 2 and 3, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1937-1954
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 4
includes membership lists; correspondence re negotiations with A. Hollander, 1945; correspondence with the International re problems with Locals 2 and 3, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1937-1954
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 5
includes membership lists; correspondence re negotiations with A. Hollander, 1945; correspondence with the International re problems with Locals 2 and 3, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1937-1954
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 6
includes membership lists; correspondence re negotiations with A. Hollander, 1945; correspondence with the International re problems with Locals 2 and 3, 1954; and routine correspondence.
1937-1942
Local 140 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27 Folder 7
financial statements.
1937-1947
Local 145 (Yonkers, New York)
Box 27 Folder 8
includes membership lists; financial reports; "Progress in Negotiations for Affiliation of United Mechanics Local 150 with the Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union," 6 p., no date; and routine correspondence.
1937-1947
Local 145 (Yonkers, New York)
Box 27 Folder 9
includes membership lists; financial reports; "Progress in Negotiations for Affiliation of United Mechanics Local 150 with the Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union," 6 p., no date; and routine correspondence.
1937-1947
Local 145 (Yonkers, New York)
Box 27 Folder 10
includes membership lists; financial reports; "Progress in Negotiations for Affiliation of United Mechanics Local 150 with the Joint Board Fur Dressers and Dyers Union," 6 p., no date; and routine correspondence.
1938-1945
Local 145 (Yonkers, New York)
Box 27 Folder 11
financial statements.
1938-1947
Local 150 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 12
includes membership lists; letter re Local 150 affiliating with Joint Board, 10/29/47; news release; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1938-1947
Local 150 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 13
includes membership lists; letter re Local 150 affiliating with Joint Board, 10/29/47; news release; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1938-1947
Local 150 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 14
includes membership lists; letter re Local 150 affiliating with Joint Board, 10/29/47; news release; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1938-1947
Local 150 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 15
includes membership lists; letter re Local 150 affiliating with Joint Board, 10/29/47; news release; financial statements; and routine correspondence.
1938-1940
Local 150 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 16
financial statements.
1938-1942
Local 155 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 17
includes membership list; and routine correspondence.
1938-1942
Local 155 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 18
includes membership list; and routine correspondence.
1939-1942
Local 155 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 19
financial statements.
1939-1941
Local 160 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 20
routine correspondence and financial statements.
1941
Local 165 (New York, New York)
Box 27 Folder 21
routine correspondence.
1947-1951
Local 196 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 27 Folder 22
financial reports.
1953-1954
Local 700 (Merry Point, Virginia)
Box 27 Folder 23
press release; report of local activities; and routine correspondence.
1945-1955
Local 20 (Lynn, Massachusetts)
Box 27a Folder 1
report of activities; routine correspondence.
1945-1955
Local 20 (Lynn, Massachusetts)
Box 27a Folder 2
report of activities; routine correspondence.
1945
Local 21 (Peabody, Massachusetts)
Box 27a Folder 3
by-laws, radio address by Ben Gold (11 p.) and article (7 p.) re voting to maintain Locals 21 and 22's affiliation with IFLWU; and routine correspondence.
1940-1945
Local 27 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27a Folder 4
routine correspondence.
1940-1945
Local 27 (Newark, New Jersey)
Box 27a Folder 5
routine correspondence.
1945
Local 29 (Girard, Ohio)
Box 27a Folder 6
resolution on espionage and report; correspondence re work stoppage at Ohio Leather Plant Co.
1940-1947
Local 30 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 7
routine correspondence.
1940-1947
Local 30 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 8
routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Local 31 (Curwensville, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 9
agreement between Local 31 and Franklin Tanning Co., 1941; routine correspondence; and financial statement.
1945-1947
Local 34 (Hoboken, New Jersey)
Box 27a Folder 10
routine correspondence.
1940-1947
Local 35 (Brooklyn, New York)
Box 27a Folder 11
correspondence and supplemental agreement with Brightman Leather Co.; routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Local 37 (Elkland, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 12
routine correspondence.
1942
Local 39 (Buffalo, New York)
Box 27a Folder 13
routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Local 43 (Chicago, Illinois)
Box 27a Folder 14
extensive correspondence re Local 43 raiding the International Ladies' Handbag, Luggage, Belt and Novelty Workers Union, Locals 44 and 50; and routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Local 44 (Gowanda, New York)
Box 27a Folder 15
routine correspondence.
1941-1942
Local 44 (Gowanda, New York)
Box 27a Folder 16
routine correspondence.
1942-1955
Local 46 (Worcester, Massachusetts), Local 47
Box 27a Folder 17
routine correspondence.
1942-1945
Local 60 (St. Louis, Missouri), Local 82 (Ridgeway, Pennsylvania), Local 83 (Wilcox, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 18
routine correspondence.
1942-1945
Local 201 (Wilmington, Delaware), Local 202 (Gloversville, New York)
Box 27a Folder 19
correspondence re jurisdictional question between Local 202 and International Ladies' Handbag, Luggage, Belt and Novelty Workers Union; and routine correspondence.
1941-1947
Local 204 (Waukegan, Illinois), Local 206 (Camden, New Jersey), Local 208 (Easton, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 20
routine correspondence.
1942
Local 211 (Williamsport, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 21
routine correspondence.
1942
Local 213 (Los Angeles, California)
Box 27a Folder 22
routine correspondence.
1945
Local 214 (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Box 27a Folder 23
reports of activities.
1941-1942
Local 216 (Clearfield, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 24
routine correspondence.
1941- 1945
Local 230 (Richmond, Virginia), Local 245 (Boyne City, Michigan) - report of activities (Local 230); and routine correspondence
Box 27a Folder 25
1942-1948
Local 265 (Luray, Virginia)
Box 27a Folder 26
minutes of Local meetings; membership list; correspondence re War Labor Board's handling of wage increase question; Leather Division rules covering Death Benefit Fund, 1 p., no date.
1942-1948
Local 265 (Luray, Virginia)
Box 27a Folder 27
minutes of Local meetings; membership list; correspondence re War Labor Board's handling of wage increase question; Leather Division rules covering Death Benefit Fund, 1 p., no date.
1942-1948
Local 265 (Luray, Virginia)
Box 27a Folder 28
minutes of Local meetings; membership list; correspondence re War Labor Board's handling of wage increase question; Leather Division rules covering Death Benefit Fund, 1 p., no date.
1945
Local 270 (Lowell, Massachusetts)
Box 27a Folder 29
correspondence and agreement with American Hide and Leather Co.
1944-1947
Local 285 (Endicott, New York)
Box 27a Folder 30
agreement with Endicott-Johnson Corp., 1944-47; report on union status of U. S. Hoffman Machinery Co. in Syracuse, New York; correspondence re Johnson City division of Endicott-Johnson Fire Prevention Department not being covered by the agreement; correspondence re AFL's role in splitting the local at Endicott-Johnson; scattered issues of Endicott Leather Worker; "E-J Workers Special Bulletin."
1945
Local 310 (Ashland, Kentucky); Local 335 (Red Wing, Minnesota); Local 340 (Alpena, Michigan); Local 350 (Williamsport, Maryland); Local 370 (Richmond, Virginia)
Box 27a Folder 31
routine correspondence.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 32
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 33
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 34
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 35
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 36
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 37
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 38
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1947-1952
Local 485 (West Hickory, Pennsylvania)
Box 27a Folder 39
extensive correspondence re organizing Local 485; establishment of the local and negotiations with West Hickory Tanning Co. as well as articles, agreements, handwritten notes, broadsides; extensive correspondence re United Leather Workers International Union, AFL, raiding Local 485; grievance reports; court document; form letters; court exhibits in libel case United Leather Workers International Union, AFL vs. IFLWU, CIO, 9/48; proposed agreement clauses.
1927-1954
Locals General
Box 27a Folder 40
includes copies of routine form letters covering many topics.
1927-1954
Locals General
Box 27a Folder 41
includes copies of routine form letters covering many topics.
1954-1955
Canada - District Council 10
Box 28 Folder 1
extensive detailed correspondence between Gold, Feinglass, and Robert Haddow, President, re Canadian legislation re labor bills and the effect it will make on District 10; re contents of a new agreement; re District 10 setting up a retirement fund for officers; re general state of affairs (letters from Gold) in the U. S.; District 10 struggle with AFL; merger with Meat Cutters; broadside and release re merger with Meat Cutters; and misc.
1925
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 2
January to May; correspondence between Albert Roy, M. Kaufman, Charles Stetsky, and Andrew Wenneis re agreement with Fur Manufacturers Protective Association; Montreal situation, firm of Kaufman in particular, trying to force workers to sign individual agreements; re general strike; copy of agreement and broadsides.
1925
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 3
June to December; correpondence re finances for general strike in Montreal; resolutions adopted by strikers; re New York Joint Board using sabotaging tactics. Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
1926
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 4
between Gold, Schactman and Roy re reports on general situation in Montreal; and routine.
1937-1938
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 5
routine and financial.
1939
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 6
routine and financial.
1940
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 7
routine and financial.
1941
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 8
routine and financial.
1942
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 9
routine and financial.
1945-1954
Canada - Montreal, Joint Board of
Box 28 Folder 10
correspondence between Gold, Charlotte Gauthier and W. Couturier re workers requesting holidays from Hollander Co.; expiration of contracts; and routine.
1924-1936
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 11
correspondence between M. Kaufman, Frank Currie and others, 1924, re plans for Canadian Conference and a meeting where Mrs. Warashsky explained about politics and the New York Joint Board; re Gold, Manager of the New York Joint Board, speaking at a meeting of Local 35; re "Peace and Unity Movement," 1927; Joint Board financial difficulties; Gold speaking before a TEUL meeting; correspondence and resoluiton re New York situation, 1927; lists of members; and financial.
1938
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 12
16 p. report by Joint Board, entitled "Corruption Condemned"; routine and financial.
1939
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 13
January-August; routine and financial.
1939
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 14
September-December; routine and financial.
1940
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 15
routine and financial.
1941
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 16
routine and financial.
1942
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 17
January-July; routine and financial.
1942
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 18
August-December; routine and financial.
1944-1945
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 19
letter from Gold to Fred Collins, organizer for Joint Board - Gold said, "Toronto locals never had any leadership.... leaders ... until 1938 were either incompetent or dishonest"; letter from Collins to Gold detailing problems with locals within the Joint Board, 4 p.; negotiation situation; report on Ottawa organizing (letter from Collins); and routine.
1947-1955
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 20
Joint Board newsletter, No. 1 and 2, 1947; routine correspondence; broadsides re merger with Meat Cutters.
Canada - Toronto Fur Workers Union Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 21
routine re merger; copy of agreement.
1953-1954
Canada - Vancouver Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 22
routine.
1954-1955
Canada - Winnipeg Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 23
agreement; correspondence re organizing in Winnipeg.
1938
New York - Fur Dressers and Dyers Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 24
routine and financial.
1939
New York - Fur Dressers and Dyers Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 25
Souvenir Journal; routine correspondence and financial.
1940-1941
New York - Fur Dressers and Dyers Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 26
routine and financial.
1942
New York - Fur Dressers and Dyers Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 27
routine and financial.
1945-1947
New York - Fur Dressers and Dyers Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 28
correspondence between Sam Burt, Manager, and Ben Gold re hourly rate of pay in locals; politically backing Henry A. Wallace; and routine.
1954
New York - Fur Dressers and Dyers Joint Board
Box 28 Folder 29
3 p. letter from Gold addressing the Annual Shop Chairmen's Conference; form letters; bulletins; 2 p. minutes of membership meeting of Local 165 re suspension of local President and work stoppage; re problems and negotiations between Hollander Co. and members of Local 135, Middletown; broadsides; constitution of the Joint Board, undated.
1938
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 30
routine and financial.
1939
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 31
routine and financial.
1940
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 32
broadside; lists of members; routine and financial.
1942-1944
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 33
ballots, lists, routine and financial.
1942-1944
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 34
broadsides; routine and financial.
1945
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 35
release re contract between Joint Council and Greater New York Retail Furriers Association; broadsides; 8 p. mss. "An Important Declaration to All Fur Workers by the Shop Chairmen and Active Rank and File"; form letters; routine; and misc.
1947
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 36
broadside re May Day and other misc.; complaints from members re union members working in non-union shops; 3 p. letter, 6/28/47, to Potash Manager from Gold re Taft-Hartley Act; correspondence re various agreements; 3 p. mss., undated, re Taft-Hartley Act.
1954
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 28 Folder 37
3 p. letter from Gold to Louis Loeb, Impartial Chairman, 1/7/54, re the decision for a reduction of 15% in rate of pay and why the union will not accept the decision and Loeb's reply; further correspondence with others re reduction of wages; correspondence re various complaints of members and shop owners; and routine.
1954
New York - Furriers Joint Council Miscellaneous
Box 29 Folder 1
broadsides; issues of Furriers Joint Council Bulletin; issues of "News from the Trial of President Gold"; completed "survey of unemployed workers"; and other misc.
New York - Furriers Joint Council
Box 29 Folder 2
misc. broadsides; agreement; issue of Welfare Department Bulletin; 2 p. mss. re Communist attack.
1923
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 3
correspondence re protesting method of elections of Local 15; objections of certain people being placed on ballots for Local 15; broadside; and misc.
1923
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 4
No. 2, 1923 Furriers Bulletin, published by the Trade Union Educational League, Furriers Section; remaining all untranslated Yiddish.
1924
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 5
January-August; copies of letters between attorney Joseph Brodsky and Joint Board re various legal problems and charges; and routine.
1924
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 6
September-December; additional copies of legal correspondence; 5 p. mss. re special meeting to investigate charges against Herman Gold for selling union books; broadsides.
1925
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 7
January-April; "Official Statement of the General Executive Board of the International Regarding the Present Relations Between the New York Manufacturers and the New York Joint Board," 3 p.; correspondence re grievances and appeals; "To the Members of Our New York Local 1, 5, 10 and 15," 4 p. memo re dishonest practice of admitting new members.
1925
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 8
May-July; correspondence re the removal of 3rd Vice-President Drownstein from office for misconduct; 2 p., Special Joint Board Meeting - Thursday, May 21 re removal of Abraham Rosenthal from office; 2 p. appeal by Rosenthal; resolution re member Harry Cohn assaulted at a meeting of the Joint Board; telegram re Joint Board withdrawing all their money from the International; 4 p. minutes of Local 5, July 2, 1925; broadsides; letter from President and International to Joint Board re the Joint Board attempting to prevent members of Local 5 from holding a meeting; letter re local 15 members being denied the right to attend a meeting; re illegal meetings and elections.
1925
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 9
August-December; broadsides; "To All Our Local Unions and Friendly Labor Organizations," from Morris Kaufman, President, 8 p., 9/8/25, re the Joint Board's tactics during the general strike of the Montreal Fur Workers; continued correspondence re problems between Joint Board and International; revoking charter of Local 51; "Statement by A. Rosenthal, Secretary-Treasurer of Joint Board Furriers Union for 12 Years", undated; other undated and misc.
1926
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 10
January-June; publication entitled "Our Demands" by B. Gold, Manager, Joint Board, re demands during negotiations of new agreement with Fur Manufacturers Association; 12 p. re charges against members of Joint Board by the International re a conspiracy for the purpose of obtaining control of all funds belonging to the Joint Board; letter from General President Schactman to Gold, 4/14/26, re "I am warning you that I will take all legal measures to safe-guard the life, liberty and welfare of every member of our union.... I will hold you and your entire committee as a body and individually responsible for every act that may occur in the future"; 2 p. appeal from Schactman re assistance for New York striking members; draft copies of editorials re the settlement of the strike.
1926
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 11
July-September; correspondence from Local 15 re resolution against Chicago Local 45 expelling members; letter, 8/5/26 from Gold to Schactman about letter explaining the investigation that the Joint Board received from AFL, and Gold questioning the purpose; letter from Gold to I. Wohl, Secretary of the International re treatment of scabs; 5 p. draft of editorial by Gold, "The Furrier Strike: Its Conclusion and Its Significance"; additional correspondence re the investigation by the AFL Committee.
1926
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 12
October-December; 2 p. re excerpts from Freiheit articles; to Wohl from Gold re the publication of The Fur Worker; form letters re charges against President Schactman; 4 p., 11/4/26, to M. Woll from Schactman(?) re problems between International and Joint Board; 3 p. report to Wohl from Vice-President A. Gross re Chicago settlement and protesting Schactman's conduct for being neutral during negotiations; other correspondence re Fur Worker articles against the Joint Board; list of officers of the Joint Board; broadside re strike; 3 p. "Statement of Committee of AFL in Regard to the Communists and the Fur Workers Union"; and other misc.
1927-1928
New York - Furriers Union, Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 13
letter from Local 1 re Vice-President Winnick's actions; between Gold and I. Wohl re a committee to investigate the financial standing of the Joint Board; 3 p. order of General Executive Board re immediate dissolution of New York Joint Board and delivering all funds and properties to Special Committee of the AFL; 3 p. "Official Information On Passing Events In Our Union From the International Fur Workers Union" by H. Begoon, General Secretary-Treasurer; 3 p. letter to officers from Begoon re the Communist threat of the Joint Board; broadside and misc.
1925-1939
St. Paul - Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 14
routine.
1940-1942
St. Paul - Joint Board
Box 29 Folder 15
correspondence re the Joint Board's 25th Anniversary Celebration; and routine.
1941
Massachusetts - Boston - Leather Division Headquarters
Box 29 Folder 16
January-May; letter, 4/21/41, re new charter issued to Local 215, Bristol, Pennsylvania; agreement; and routine.
1941
Massachusetts - Boston - Leather Division Headquarters
Box 29 Folder 17
June-December; re charter issued for Local 220, St. Mary's; agreement; list of Leather organizers; and routine.
1942
Massachusetts - Boston - Leather Division Headquarters
Box 29 Folder 18
January-June; routine.
1942-1951
Massachusetts - Boston - Leather Division Headquarters
Box 29 Folder 19
routine and financial reports.
1945-1954
Massachusetts - Boston - District Council 1
Box 29 Folder 20
correspondence re local's actions on wage increase, 1 day stoppage of leather plants, aid for war stricken people of Europe; letter and articles re President of Local 21, Peabody, being a Communist; 3 p. letter from Gold to William Dougherty (Peabody) re the A. C. Lawrence local problems; other correspondence re Local 21, A. C. Lawrence; union brief between Locals 20, 21, 22 and Massachusetts Leather Manufacturers Association; correspondence re members against merger with Meat Cutters; 2 p. "Statement by New England Members of the International Executive Board" re indictment of Gold; and routine.
1945
Midwest - District 4
Box 29 Folder 21
January-June; extensive correspondence between Gold and Abe Feinglass, Midwest Regional Director re district activities especially the Chicago election and the need for organizers; reports on various cities in the district re negotiations and organizing drives.
1945
Midwest - District 4
Box 29 Folder 22
July-November; correspondence between Gold and Abe Feinglass, Midwest Regional Director re district activities especially the Chicago election and the need for organizers; leaflets and broadsides re Chicago Luggage Workers; correspondence re District 4 Southern Sub-District concerning organizing, etc. in Louisiana, North Carolina and other southern states; map and list of companies in district.
1942-1954
Midwest - District 4
Box 29 Folder 23
includes financial reports; re merger with Meat Cutters; to Gold from Abe Feinglass, Midwest Regional Director, re Credit Union of Local 96 and other financial and routine; support from various local members for Gold during his trial; raiding attacks by other unions; 3 p. letter from Gold in reply to letter of support form John Salfer, Local 360, discussing his indictment under Taft-Hartley Act, his beliefs, etc.; letter to Feinglass from Gold re Negro rights; and routine.
1954
Midwest - District 4
Box 29 Folder 24
correspondence between Feinglass and Gold re Midwest District activities; 3 p. letter from Harold Shipiro, Manager, Local 38 (Detroit), re Shipiro's hearing and Gold's reply; re Gold's defense; handwritten report addressed to Feinglass re "Facts on the Florida Citrus Industry"; 2 p. resolutions adopted by Chicago Joint Board re support and admiration for B. Gold; letters of congratulations to Feinglass on becoming President of the union; and other routine.
1954
Midwest - District 4
Box 29 Folder 25
letters of congratulation to Feinglass; 11/3/54 issue Daily Strike Bulletin, Local 833, Kohler; correspondence re negotiations and activities throughout district; report of District Conference; broadsides; and routine.
1954-1955
Pennsylvania - Philadelphia - District Council 2
Box 29 Folder 26
routine.
1954
North Carolina - District Council 5
Box 29 Folder 27
correspondence and leaflets re organizing agricultural workers; report on southern locals; 4 p. mss. entitled "Our Way of Life - and Death" by Harry Koger, Chairman, Committee to Aid Migrant Workers; and routine.
1945-1953
Pennsylvania - Williamsport - District Council 3
Box 29 Folder 28
by-laws of District 3; re stoppage in Franklin Tanning Co., Local 31; reports of negotiations and other activities throughout district; financial difficulties of the district; and routine.
1954-1955
Pennsylvania - Williamsport - District Council 3
Box 29 Folder 29
NLRB legal document re Local 211 election; form letter to employees of Armour Leather Co. from Meat Cutters re organizing; list of officers; broadside; and routine.
1945-1947
Wisconsin - District Office
Box 29 Folder 30
correspondence between Gold and Augustus Tomlinson, President, Leather Division, Wisconsin, re problems replacing organizers due to war, victory in New England, luggage workers in Chicago, district activities and routine.
1945
Leather Division Miscellaneous
Box 29 Folder 31
correspondence from various locals to Gold, voting on holiday, wage increase and work stoppage.
1945
Leather Division Miscellaneous
Box 29 Folder 32
correspondence from various locals to Gold, voting on holiday, wage increase and work stoppage.
1945
Leather Division Miscellaneous
Box 29 Folder 33
re work stoppage in support of 30% wage increase and misc.
1953-1954
Cultural - White Lake Lodge
Box 30 Folder 1
includes minutes of Resort Management Committee, 5/30/54; minutes of White Lake Lodge Committee, 6/54; routine financial, employment agency contracts, reservations.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial Transcript
Box 30 Folder 2
United States of America vs. Ben Gold, galley transcript of proceedings in U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia re affiliation with Communist Party.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial Transcript
Box 30 Folder 3
United States of America vs. Ben Gold, galley transcript of proceedings in U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia re affiliation with Communist Party.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial Transcript
Box 30 Folder 4
United States of America vs. Ben Gold, galley transcript of proceedings in U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia re affiliation with Communist Party.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial Transcript
Box 30 Folder 5
United States of America vs. Ben Gold, galley transcript of proceedings in U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia re affiliation with Communist Party.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial Transcript
Box 30 Folder 6
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial - Court documents
Box 30 Folder 7
includes briefs, lists of evidence, motion for dismissal, handwritten notes, affadavits.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial - Court documents
Box 30 Folder 8
includes briefs, lists of evidence, motion for dismissal, handwritten notes, affadavits.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial - Court documents
Box 30 Folder 9
includes briefs, lists of evidence, motion for dismissal, handwritten notes, affadavits.
1954
Gold, Ben - Trial - Court documents
Box 30 Folder 10
includes briefs, lists of evidence, motion for dismissal, handwritten notes, affadavits.
1953-1954
Gold, Ben - Trial Correspondence
Box 30 Folder 11
letter to NLRB re compliance status of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union in view of Ben Gold's indictment, 9/8/53; form letter from Ben Gold to International Executive Board members, 1/12/54, re his being "frmed-up", lettersto Gold praising the union's work; form letters from the Trade Union Committee for the Defense of Ben Gold and contribution booklet; and routine.
1953-1954
Gold - Trial - Bulletins #1-17
Box 30 Folder 12
1953-1954
Gold - Trial - Bulletins #1-17
Box 30 Folder 13
1953-1954
Gold - Trial Miscellaneous
Box 30 Folder 14
articles; handwritten notes; broadside; pamphlets; photo, B. Gold's statement on his resignation as President, etc.
1953-1954
Gold - Trial Miscellaneous
Box 30 Folder 15
articles; handwritten notes; broadside; pamphlets; photo, B. Gold's statement on his resignation as President, etc.
1953
Gold, Ben - Trial - Related Case - Court documents
Box 30 Folder 16
International Fur and Leather Workers Union vs. Guy Farmer, Chairman of the NLRB re the Board limiting the compliance status of the union because of Gold indictment.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 17
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 18
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 19
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 20
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 21
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 22
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1940
Grievances and decisions of the Conference Committee of the Fur Industry (Dr. Paul Abelson, Chairman)
Box 30 Folder 23
includes company names, complaints and answers.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 30 Folder 24
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 30 Folder 25
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 30 Folder 26
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 30 Folder 27
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 30 Folder 28
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 31 Folder 1
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 31 Folder 2
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 31 Folder 3
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 31 Folder 4
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1936-1938
Grievances
Box 31 Folder 5
1938 Strike, complaints and answers of grievances.
1953-1954
McCarthy, Joseph - Trade Union Veterans Committee (Against)
Box 31 Folder 6
correspondence re "Trial of Senator Joseph McCarthy.
1953-1954
McCarthy, Joseph - Trade Union Veterans Committee (Against)
Box 31 Folder 7
correspondence re "Trial of Senator Joseph McCarthy.
1953-1954
McCarthy, Joseph - Trade Union Veterans Committee (Against)
Box 31 Folder 8
form letters.
1953-1954
McCarthy, Joseph - Trade Union Veterans Committee (Against)
Box 31 Folder 9
articles; news releases; pamphlet "Mandel vs. McCarthy", 1953, 23 p.; and misc.
1953-1954
McCarthy, Joseph - Trade Union Veterans Committee (Against)
Box 31 Folder 10
articles; news releases; pamphlet "Mandel vs. McCarthy", 1953, 23 p.; and misc.
1953-1954
McCarthy, Joseph - Trade Union Veterans Committee (Against)
Box 31 Folder 11
articles; news releases; pamphlet "Mandel vs. McCarthy", 1953, 23 p.; and misc.
1938
National Leather Workers Association
Box 31 Folder 12
proceedings of the Fifth National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, 4/29-5/2, unpaged, (1 vol.).
1926
Strike General
Box 31 Folder 13
includes "Brief History of the Internal Dissention Among the Organized Fur Workers and Events Taking Place Before the Strike," unpaged, undated (photostatic copies).
1926
Strike - General - AFL Investigation
Box 31 Folder 14
photostatic copies of AFL Investigation transcript, includes union demands, testimony of union officials, recommendations.
1926
Strike - General - AFL Investigation
Box 31 Folder 15
photostatic copies of AFL Investigation transcript, includes union demands, testimony of union officials, recommendations.
1926
Strike - General - AFL Investigation
Box 31 Folder 16
photostatic copies of AFL Investigation transcript, includes union demands, testimony of union officials, recommendations.
1938
Strike - application for settlement
Box 31 Folder 17
correspondence from independent fur companies in New York City requesting information on settling strike individually.
1938
Strike Settlement
Box 31 Folder 18
correspondence from companies requesting individual settlements marked "settled"; photograph; signed agreement between J. Cohen and Son Fur Co. and Fur Merchants Employees Union of the International Fur Workers Union 8/16/38-8/16/39; handwritten notes; an envelope with typed notes on day to day activities of a Mr. G. and Miss B.
1938
Strike Settlement
Box 31 Folder 19
correspondence from companies requesting individual settlements marked "settled"; photograph; signed agreement between J. Cohen and Son Fur Co. and Fur Merchants Employees Union of the International Fur Workers Union 8/16/38-8/16/39; handwritten notes; an envelope with typed notes on day to day activities of a Mr. G. and Miss B.
1942
United Leather Workers International Union (ULWIU)
Box 31 Folder 20
Constitution, July 1, 40 p.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33 minutebook
Box 31 Folder 21
bound volume.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33
Box 31 Folder 22
correspondence between W. O. Mulholland, President, Local 33, A. L. Malain, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, and William E. Bryan, President, ULWIU, re Franklin Tanning Co. wage rates amd strike in May 1934; correspondence with National Labor Board re strike and attempt to destroy the local at Franklin Tanning Co.; and routine correspondence.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33
Box 31 Folder 23
correspondence between W. O. Mulholland, President, Local 33, A. L. Malain, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, and William E. Bryan, President, ULWIU, re Franklin Tanning Co. wage rates amd strike in May 1934; correspondence with National Labor Board re strike and attempt to destroy the local at Franklin Tanning Co.; and routine correspondence.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33
Box 31 Folder 24
correspondence between W. O. Mulholland, President, Local 33, A. L. Malain, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, and William E. Bryan, President, ULWIU, re Franklin Tanning Co. wage rates amd strike in May 1934; correspondence with National Labor Board re strike and attempt to destroy the local at Franklin Tanning Co.; and routine correspondence.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33
Box 31 Folder 25
correspondence between W. O. Mulholland, President, Local 33, A. L. Malain, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, and William E. Bryan, President, ULWIU, re Franklin Tanning Co. wage rates amd strike in May 1934; correspondence with National Labor Board re strike and attempt to destroy the local at Franklin Tanning Co.; and routine correspondence.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33
Box 31 Folder 26
correspondence between W. O. Mulholland, President, Local 33, A. L. Malain, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, and William E. Bryan, President, ULWIU, re Franklin Tanning Co. wage rates amd strike in May 1934; correspondence with National Labor Board re strike and attempt to destroy the local at Franklin Tanning Co.; and routine correspondence.
1933-1937
ULWIU, Local 33
Box 31 Folder 27
correspondence between W. O. Mulholland, President, Local 33, A. L. Malain, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, and William E. Bryan, President, ULWIU, re Franklin Tanning Co. wage rates amd strike in May 1934; correspondence with National Labor Board re strike and attempt to destroy the local at Franklin Tanning Co.; and routine correspondence.
ULWIU, Local 33 Miscellaneous
Box 31 Folder 28
broadsides; seniority list; form letter; "Statement of Facts Regarding Complaints" Franklin Tanning Co. vs. Local 33; and misc.
1933-1935
ULWIU, Local 34
Box 31 Folder 29
correspondence with the International Union re negotiations with J. K. Mosser Co.; and routine.
1937
ULWIU, Local 72
Box 31 Folder 30
letter re suspension of payments to the International Union sent to another local encouraging them to do the same.
1937
ULWIU, Local 75
Box 31 Folder 31
routine.
1947
ULWIU, Local 120
Box 31 Folder 32
form letter; broadsides.
1933-1937
ULWIU
Box 31 Folder 33
circulars, reports, includes financial statements.
1933-1937
ULWIU
Box 31 Folder 34
circulars, reports, includes financial statements.
1935-1936
ULWIU Miscellaneous
Box 31 Folder 35
due book; application cards; schedule of wages for Massachusetts Tannery Workers, 1935; agreement between ULWIU, Local 31 and International Shoe Co., St. Louis, Missouri, 1946.
1928-1947
Circulars, Broadsides, etc.
Box 32 Folder 1
includes petitions, convention credentials, circulars, broadsides, strike calls, applications for affiliation, etc.
1946-1945
Clippings
Box 32 Folder 2
English and Yiddish.
1946-1945
Clippings
Box 32 Folder 3
English and Yiddish.
1941
Publications
Box 32 Folder 4
includes scattered issues of periodicals and newsletters; "Digest of Two Federal Cases Against Leaders of the IFLWU," no date, 5 p.; "The Rise and Decline of America's First and Oldest Industry" by A. Hollander and Son, Inc., no date, 13 p.; "Jubilee Journals" issued at 25th and 50th anniversary of Furriers International Council of New York; "Ten Minutes Overtime," a play by Mark Hess, 1941, 28 p.
1941
Publications
Box 32 Folder 5
includes scattered issues of periodicals and newsletters; "Digest of Two Federal Cases Against Leaders of the IFLWU," no date, 5 p.; "The Rise and Decline of America's First and Oldest Industry" by A. Hollander and Son, Inc., no date, 13 p.; "Jubilee Journals" issued at 25th and 50th anniversary of Furriers International Council of New York; "Ten Minutes Overtime," a play by Mark Hess, 1941, 28 p.
1941
Publications
Box 32 Folder 6
includes scattered issues of periodicals and newsletters; "Digest of Two Federal Cases Against Leaders of the IFLWU," no date, 5 p.; "The Rise and Decline of America's First and Oldest Industry" by A. Hollander and Son, Inc., no date, 13 p.; "Jubilee Journals" issued at 25th and 50th anniversary of Furriers International Council of New York; "Ten Minutes Overtime," a play by Mark Hess, 1941, 28 p.
1941
Publications
Box 32 Folder 7
includes scattered issues of periodicals and newsletters; "Digest of Two Federal Cases Against Leaders of the IFLWU," no date, 5 p.; "The Rise and Decline of America's First and Oldest Industry" by A. Hollander and Son, Inc., no date, 13 p.; "Jubilee Journals" issued at 25th and 50th anniversary of Furriers International Council of New York; "Ten Minutes Overtime," a play by Mark Hess, 1941, 28 p.
1937-1940
Form letters
Box 32 Folder 8
1944
Miscellaneous
Box 32 Folder 9
includes strike card; attendance list; handwritten notes; a report on the Leather Industry; Canada, 1944, 28 p.
Photos - Greek Fur Workers, Local 70.
Box 32 Folder 10