ILR School 20th Annual Wilhelm Weinberg Labor-Management Public Interest Seminar Audio-Visual Materials

Collection Number: /4032 AV

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


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
ILR School 20th Annual Wilhelm Weinberg Labor-Management Public Interest Seminar Audio-Visual Materials, 1978
Collection Number:
/4032 AV
Creator:
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations (NYSSILR).
Quantity:
1.3 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Audiovisual materials.
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Program and audio cassettes for the November 12-16, 1978, 20th Annual Seminar.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Wilhelm Weinberg was born in Hamburg, Germany on 5 Nov 1886. Wilhelm married Margit Straschitz and had 3 children. He passed away on 13 Feb 1957 in New York, USA. He was a Banker, Impressionist Art Collector and Philanthropist.
"Mr. Weinberg was born in Europe, lived in Holland, and at the time of the German invasion, was fortuitously away
when Holland was invaded. His wife and 3 children were seized and killed by the Nazis, which is what happened to 80% of
the Dutch Jews. He fled from country to country and somehow managed to get to America. And during the balance of his life,
whenever anyone saw him, he had moist eyes when he thought of his children. It was unfair that they were killed as was his
wife, and he survived. He also felt that perhaps if he were there, he could have saved them. Richard Weinberg died in 1957
and left no immediate family. In his will he specified that all his funds were to be distributed to charitable, philanthropic,
educational institutions. We gave from that estate a fairly large amount of money to Cornell where you will find in the Uris
Library a floor bearing his name and that of his three children. In addition to that, we initiated this particular program." [Richard Netter, Executor of Mr. Weinberg's Estate]

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Program and audio cassettes for the November 12-16, 1978, 20th Annual Seminar.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Weinberg, Wilhelm
Aries, Leonard P.
Chaikin, Sol C.
Counts, J. Curtis
Gray, Lois
Helsby, Robert D.
Holland, Jerome H., 1916-
Huttar, James E.
Kelly, Matthew
Kheel, Theodore Woodrow
Leach, Daniel Edward, 1937-
May, William F.
McEvoy, Donald W.
McKersie, Robert B.
Risley, Robert B.
Roberts, Lillian
Winpisinger, William W.
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations

Form and Genre Terms:
Audiovisual materials.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Access Restrictions:
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Restrictions on Use:
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Cite As:
ILR School 20th Annual Wilhelm Weinberg Labor-Management Public Interest Seminar Audio-Visual Materials #/4032 AV. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related Collections:
/4019 AV: 15th Annual Wilhelm Weinberg Labor-Management Public Interest Seminar Audio-Visual Materials

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Box 1
November 12-16, 1978. Housed in /4286m box 1
Box 2
November 13, 1978. "Management: Its Historic Role and Future Mission" Robert B. McKersie and William F. May.
Box 3
November 13, 1978. 11:20-12:00: Continuation of "Management: Its Historic Role and Future Mission" Robert B. McKersie and William F. May. 1:30-2:15: "Organized Labor: Its Historic Role and Future Mission" Sol C. Chaikin.
Box 4
November 13, 1978. Continuation of "Organized Labor: Its Historic Role and Future Mission" Sol C. Chaikin.
Box 5
November 13, 1978. Reactions and Comments by Leonard P. Aries and Robert F. Risley. November 14, 1978. "Collective Bargaining: Public Expectations and the Impact of External Forces" Matthew Kelly.
Box 6
November 14, 1978. "A Third Party View" Theodore W. Kheel. A Labor View, Public Sector" Lillian Roberts.
Box 7
November 14, 1978.
Box 8
November 14, 1978.
Box 9
November 15, 1978.
Box 10
November 15, 1978.
Box 11
November 15, 1978.
Box 12
November 15, 1978.
Box 13
November 12, 1978. "Welcome" James E. Huttar, Robert Bl. McKersie, Donald W. McEvoy, Leonard P. Aries. "Keynote Address" Jerome H. Holland.