William J. Doble Papers

Collection Number: 5182

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


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
William J. Doble Papers, 1921-1971
Collection Number:
5182
Creator:
Doble, William J.
Quantity:
16 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Papers (documents) .
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Files of the chairman of the New York Central Railroad (Lines West) of the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen of America, including information regarding labor relations on the Michigan Central, Peoria and Eastern, and Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroads.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

William Doble was born October 25, 1904, in Exetes, Devon, England. He immigrated to the U.S. and found employment in the railroad industry. Doble was a member of the Blue Mason Lodge and the OPA Advisory Committee.
Doble joined the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalman of America in 1924. With only an elementary school education he rose through the ranks to the position of chief signalman and ultimately became General Chairman of the Brotherhood, for New York Central, Lines West. His jurisdiction extended to local unions of the Big Four, the Michigan Central Railroad, the New York Central Railroad, the Peoria and Eastern Railway, and, Foreman and Inspector of the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad. He served in the office of General Chairman from 1931 to 1962 (as far as could be discerned from the collection). From his desk in Ferndale, Michigan, he handled grievances and channeled labor-management relations. Doble functioned as the coordinator of subordinate locals' activities, grievance claims, and disputes concerning conditions of employment.

ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The railroad signal department performs the vital functions of expediting and controlling traffic while maintaining safe conditions. It represents one of the most responsible and sensitive units of the entire railroad system. Signalmen are directly Involved with expanding the mileage of protected track, and modernizing existing railroad plants. Their activities necessitate smooth coordination with other units of the system to insure maximum safety and efficiency.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The collection consists of Doble's personal and professional files. It is largely composed of agreements and correspondence between union officials and local members and grievance chairmen, N.R.A.B. cases and other pertinent to railroading in general and to signalmen. Overall, the files reveal the process and function of the union hierarchy and general principles of union organization. The contents make evident certain achievements and benefits for the workers and the industry which have contributed to the fostering of harmonious Industrial relations.
The significant correspondence in this accession was generated by Doble, and by C.K. Fields (vice-president, legislative representative), J.M. Pattee (general chairman); W.E. Aurand (general secretary-treasurer), A.E. Lyon (grand president), D.W. Helt (grand president) Jesse Clark (president) and local officers of the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen. Other correspondents include officers and employees of the Association of General Chairmen, New York Central; the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes; the Michigan Central Railroad; the New York Central Railroad; the Peoria and Eastern Railroad; and the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad.
Files of the chairman of the New York Central Railroad (Lines West) of the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen of America, including information regarding labor relations on the Michigan Central, Peoria and Eastern, and Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroads.
Materials on work jurisdiction (1931-1957) include correspondence (1933-1957) regarding workers other than signalmen performing signal work (i.e., electricians of the equipment department, section men, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, maintenance of way shop employees, bridge and building department forces, Western Union Telegraph Company, communications department); seniority rights in both the transportation and signal department; and letters regarding carrier violations in the observance of craft lines as defined in the scope rules of the signalmen's agreement, and the contracting out of signal work.
Materials on the Legal Aid Department (1932) established for the purpose of advising injured members and dependents of those who died as the result of injuries regarding their legal rights and remedies under the Federal Employers' Liability Act; also include rules and regulations of the legal aid service of the Brotherhood.
Materials on color perception (1935-1945) include letters regarding an employee being disqualified for being unable to meet visual acuity standards, an employee removed from his position because of defective color perception, and demotion because of alleged color blindness.
Materials on political legislation (1946-1949) include a copy of HR.3020 to amend the National Labor Relations Act to provide additional facilities for the mediation of labor disputes affecting commerce, and to equalize legal responsibilities of labor organizations and employers; copy of HR.2536 to amend the Interstate Commerce Act (1946); endorsements by Railway Labor's Political League for the general election (1948); Congressional voting records (1946-1949); and Senate speeches on labor by Hubert H. Humphrey (1949).
Materials on the National Railroad Adjustment Board (1937-1950) include letters regarding international highway forwarders (1941) (trucks to be used in international service with all the bonding privileges accorded railroads); letters in opposition to a bill to construct and operate a belt conveyer between various points in Ohio; and letters regarding S.150/HR.628 reducing total freight revenues for railroads in the transport of coal and iron; minutes of a meeting called to organize a joint committee of railroad management and employees in Michigan for legislative purposes (1939) and minutes of the joint council of the Michigan railroad industry (1939); also a resolution outlining basic requirements of public policy bearing upon the relationship between competing forms of transportation.
Materials on the St. Lawrence Seaway Project (1941-1952) include press releases; letters regarding opposition of railroad labor to the St. Lawrence Seaway Project (1952); circulars from Tom J. McGrath (executive director, National St. Lawrence Project Conference, a nationwide organization in opposition to the St. Lawrence Seaway Project); and papers and publications on the proposed project and its effects.
Miscellaneous materials on railing protection, on signals, on strikes, and on reinstatements (1940-1958) include letters on signalmen positions abolished due to conditions arising from the locomotive firemen's strike, with a protest to the Railroad Retirement Board regarding the method of filing applications and allowing unemployment compensation during the strike; memorandum of understanding (1950) between the Brotherhood and the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad, and the Lake Erie and Eastern Railroad in connection with restoration of small forces with revised operating rules upon the termination of the strike of conductors and trainmen on these properties; minutes (with by-laws) of the meeting of the Association of General Chairmen, Standard Labor Organizations on the New York Central System (1957); a paper supporting enactment of state legislation providing for the protection of employees adversely affected by the abandonment of railroad facilities; and letters regarding questions concerning work stoppages called by another craft or crafts.
Also included are transcripts of investigations to determine cause and responsibility for accidental damage to motor cars (1951); report of the proceedings of the General System Committee meetings of the New York Central lines; by-laws of the General Committee of the New York Central Railroad (Lines West) of the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS) (1931); amalgamation of various lines of the New York Central system (1931); proposed by-laws and general rules of the General Grievance Committee of New York Central lines, BRS; minutes of meetings of New York Central lines (1927); reports of the secretary-treasurer, New York Central (Lines West) (1929-1960); financial statements of the General System Committee (1933-1952); minutes of meetings of the general chairman and BRS officers (1944-1960); conference (with by-laws) for the formation of a co-operative association of general chairmen representing the standard railroad labor organizations on the New York Central system lines (1932); circular letters (1952-1956) from the office of General Chairman Doble regarding protection of men working on highway crossings (1953); union shop operations (1956); recall of men laid off during the steel strike; leaves of absence (1955-1956); and reports of Doble (1934-1946).
Other matters include the question of whether Canadian employees working for the Michigan Central Railroad in Canada are subject to the provisions of railroad unemployment insurance (1938); settlement of work claims (1954-1955); letters regarding BRS conducting an organizing campaign among signal department employees on the New York Central system and its request to represent signal foremen and inspectors; files on organizing by the American Railway Supervisors' Association; minutes of general chairmen and local chairmen of the New York Central System (1929); and decisions of the 40-Hour Week Committee on revision of make-up time rules, traveling time, starting time, Sunday and holiday pay, day's work and overtime, reduction in force rules, stand-by rules, bulletin rules, and shift rules.
Materials on wages (1926-1956) include discussion of railroad organizations co-operating in opposing the national wage reduction movement inaugurated by the carriers.
Materials on veterans (1944-1949) include agreements and letters covering employees entering and leaving military service.
Materials on consolidation and absorptions (1932-1959) include a proposed rule governing adjustment of employee seniority affected by consolidation of seniority districts; letters regarding bidding rights, merger of and consolidation of seniority districts; a report, agreement, and letter regarding the protection of rights and interests of railway employees in any consolidation or unification of railroad facilities; seniority dispute between locals; seniority consolidation rule; displacement rights; and a membership drive by the American Railway Supervisors' Association of the New York Central system, conducted among signal inspectors and general foremen.
Materials on vacation include (1931-1953) letters on vacation with pay, plan for vacation, vacation for non-operating employees, vacation allowance to estate of deceased employee, vacation for those entering military service, vacation schedule, vacation to employees on 3-trick assignments (1940-1951), and vacation agreements with drafts and revisions (1931-1953).
Materials on overtime, Canadian District Public Relations, and consolidations (1930-1961) include letters regarding Canadian members coming into the United States and exercising seniority rights (1941); Council Order No. 8682 declaring six holidays per year for the duration of World War II (1942); Canadian selective service order regarding government employment of union members to further the war effort (1942); a strike of locomotive engineers, firemen and conductors on the New York Central system (Lines West), Michigan Central railroad, and the Big Four Railroads (1952); rights of promoted men when their positions are abolished (1952); and participation in the joint 1961 wage and rules movement for a general wage increase; numerous other routine matters regarding individual grievances, clauses in contracts and government regulations.
Materials on work claims and disputes (1951-1963) include grievances (1957-1963) regarding wages, seniority, working conditions, safety matters, craft jurisdiction, fringe benefits, overtime, promotion, discipline, dismissal, overtime, meal expense, and theft (company and personal) (1957-1965); minutes of BRS state legislative representatives (1956-1961); report on activities of state legislative representatives of BRS (1953-1955); a petition to Congress urging the repeal of the portion of the Railway Labor Act which permits negotiation of union shop agreements; letters regarding veterans' reemployment rights (1953-1963); claims by the United Railroad Operating Crafts that it is a national organization and entitled to participate in selection and designation of National Railroad Adjustment Board (NRAB) labor members (1958); application of union shop agreement to veterans and those on leave of absence; validity of union shop amendment and union shop agreement; also circular letters from Jesse Clark regarding federal legislation affecting railroad employees (1958-1960); and the Railroad Yardmasters of America organizing campaign within the New York Central system.
Materials on the union shop and the Travelers Insurance Company (1951-1963) include transcripts of hearings on union shop agreement violations (1952-1962), the health and welfare movement, and the wage movement of the Benefit Association of Railway Employees (1955), among related documents.
Additional materials (1936-1958) include letters regarding work week, equal distribution of employment, an official strike ballot regarding wage requests of 1942; Railway Labor Executives' Association resolution, statements, and reports dealing with employment of war prisoners on the railroads (1942); correspondence regarding the Pennsylvania-New York Central Railroad merger (1962); record books of BRS expenses (1937-1952); a memorandum relating to "certain" Chinese railway engineers training for railroad service (1944); and New York Central lines regulations and requirements governing employee physical examinations and re-examinations upon promotion (1933-1948); apprenticeship training in the signal department (1947-1956); regulations governing the issuance of free or reduced rate transportation (1942); a record book (1936) of BRS Grand Lodge dues for various locals (1936); and minutes and proceedings of the 1958 BRS convention.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Doble, William J., 1904-1972.
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978
Benefit Association Railway Employees.
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees.
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
Lake Erie and Eastern Railroad
Michigan Central Railroad
New York Central Railroad
Peoria and Eastern Railroad
Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Company
Railway Labor's Political League.
St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.
United States. National Railroad Adjustment Board.

Subjects:
Color blindness--United States.
Labor laws and legislation--United States.
Liability for railroad accidents--United States.
Prisoners of war--United States.
Railroads--United States--Abandonment.
Railroads--United States--Consolidation.
Labor unions-- United States--Political activity.
Railroad employees
Railroad signalmen
Collective labor agreements. Railroads. United States.
Contracting out. Railroads. United States.
Grievance procedures. Railroads. New York (State)
Hours of labor. Railroads. United States.
Insurance, Life. Railroads. United States.
Insurance, unemployment. Railroads. Canada.
Job security. Railroads. United States.
Labor discipline. Railroads. United States.
Labor disputes. Railroads. United States.
Labor-management cooperation. Michigan.
Locomotive engineers, Chinese. United States.
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Railroads. United States.
Misconduct. Railroads. United States.
Open and closed shop. Railroads. United States.
Railroad employees. United States. Medical examinations.
Railroads. United States. Military aspects.
Railroads. United States. Safety measures.
Retirement. Railroads. United States.
Seniority, Employee. Railroads. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Railroads. United States.
Trade-unions. Railroads. United States.
Trade-unions. Railroads. United States. Jurisdictional disputes.
Trade-unions. Railroads. United States. Organizing.
Vacations, Employee. Railroads. United States.
Veterans' benefits. United States.
Wages. Railroads. United States.
Work assignment. Railroads. United States.
Work rules. Railroads. Canada.
Work rules. Railroads. United States.
Working conditions. Railroads. United States.

Form and Genre Terms:
Papers (documents)


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Cite As:
William J. Doble Papers #5182. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related Collections:
5182 P: Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen of America Photographs

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1 Folder 1 1931-1945
Box 1 Folder 2 1943-1945
Box 1 Folder 3 1935-1945
Box 1 Folder 4 1940-1941
Box 1 Folder 5 1949
Box 1 Folder 6 1946
Box 1 Folder 7 1941
Box 1 Folder 8 1944-1946
Box 1 Folder 9 1931
Box 1 Folder 10 1945
NY Central RR
Box 1 Folder 11 1940
Box 1 Folder 12 1935
Box 1 Folder 13 1942
Box 1 Folder 14 1939
Box 1 Folder 15 1937
Box 1 Folder 16 1934-1937
Box 1 Folder 17 1937
Box 1 Folder 18 1940
Box 1 Folder 19 1941
Box 1 Folder 20 1938
Box 1 Folder 21 1938
Box 1 Folder 22 1937-1938
Roster of Senate and House of Representatives
Box 1 Folder 23 1943
Box 1 Folder 24 1939
Box 1 Folder 25 1950
Box 1 Folder 26 1930
pamphlets
Box 1 Folder 27 1950
Box 1 Folder 28 1947
Box 1 Folder 29 1950
Box 1 Folder 30 1946-1950
Box 1 Folder 31 1950
M of W agreements
Box 1 Folder 32 1950
Train banners
Box 1 Folder 33 1931
Box 1 Folder 34 1945
Box 1 Folder 35 1951-1956
Box 1 Folder 36 1951
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Company
Box 1 Folder 37 1950
Box 1 Folder 38 1951
Box 1 Folder 39 1951
Box 1 Folder 40 1952
Box 1 Folder 41 1951-1953
Box 1 Folder 42 1941
Box 1 Folder 43 1953
Box 1 Folder 44 1953
Box 1 Folder 45 1953-1955
Box 1 Folder 46 1956
Box 1 Folder 47 1957
Box 1 Folder 48 1932-1947
Box 1 Folder 49
Box 1 Folder 50 1939
Box 1 Folder 51 1937
Box 1 Folder 52 1935-1936
Box 1 Folder 53 1937-1939
Box 1 Folder 54 1949
Box 1 Folder 55 1951
Box 1 Folder 56
Box 1 Folder 57 1938
Box 1 Folder 58 1934-1935
Box 1 Folder 59 1947
LMRA
Box 1 Folder 60 1948-1949
Box 1 Folder 61 1946
Box 1 Folder 62 1948-1950
Box 1 Folder 63
Box 1 Folder 64 1949
Box 1 Folder 65
Box 1 Folder 66 1949-1950
Box 1 Folder 67 1934-1935
Box 1 Folder 68 1939-1941
Box 1 Folder 69 1949
Box 1 Folder 70 1949-1951
Box 1 Folder 71 1948
Box 1 Folder 72
Box 1 Folder 73 1949-1952
Box 1 Folder 74 1951
Box 1 Folder 75 1950-1957
Box 1 Folder 76 1940-1942
Box 1 Folder 77 1950-1951
Michigan Central Railroad
Box 1 Folder 78 1950
Box 1 Folder 79 1951
Box 1 Folder 80 1957-1958
Box 1 Folder 81 1952
Box 1 Folder 82 1951-1955
Box 1 Folder 83 1949-1956
Diagrams
Box 1 Folder 84 1945-1950
Box 1 Folder 85 1950
Box 1 Folder 86 1950
Box 1 Folder 87 1945
Box 1 Folder 88 1947
Box 1 Folder 89 1949
Box 1 Folder 90 1949
Box 1 Folder 91 1946-1948
Box 1 Folder 92 1947
Box 1 Folder 93 1947
Box 1 Folder 94 1946
Box 1 Folder 95 1947
Box 1 Folder 96 1951
Box 1 Folder 97 1951-1953
Box 1 Folder 98 1952
Box 1 Folder 99 1952-1953
Box 1 Folder 100 1952-1953
Box 1 Folder 101 1952-1955
Inoperative Distant Signals
Box 1 Folder 102 1953
Cab Signals
Box 1 Folder 103 1953
Box 1 Folder 104 1953
Box 1 Folder 105 1954
Box 1 Folder 106 1954
Box 1 Folder 107 1954
Box 1 Folder 108 1953-1958
Box 1 Folder 109 1954
Box 1 Folder 110 1957
Diagrams; agreements
Box 1 Folder 111 1956-1957
Flashing H. Signals/Crossing Belts
Box 1 Folder 112 1954
Box 1 Folder 113 1957
Box 1 Folder 114 1954
Box 1 Folder 115 1957
Box 1 Folder 116 1958
Diagram
Box 1 Folder 117 1962
Box 1 Folder 118 1962
Box 1 Folder 119 1962
Box 1 Folder 120 1962
Box 1 Folder 121 1960-1961
Box 1 Folder 122 1960
Box 1 Folder 123 1958
Box 1 Folder 124 1963
Box 1 Folder 125 1963
Box 2 Folder 1 1952-1954
Public Utilites Commission
Box 2 Folder 2 1947
Box 2 Folder 3 1939-1951
Box 2 Folder 4 1949
Box 2 Folder 5 1953
Box 2 Folder 6 1953
Box 2 Folder 7 1944-1945
Dispatcher/Operators
Box 2 Folder 8 1954
Protection for Operation of
Box 2 Folder 9 1952-1953
Box 2 Folder 10 1955-1956
Box 2 Folder 11 1954-1955
Box 2 Folder 12 1950
New York Central System
Box 2 Folder 13 1950
Box 2 Folder 14 1949
Box 2 Folder 15 1940
Accident
Box 2 Folder 16 1941
June 8th
Box 2 Folder 17 1936
Box 2 Folder 18 1941
G.F. Neil
Box 2 Folder 19 1949
Box 2 Folder 20 1938
Box 2 Folder 21 1944-1949
Box 2 Folder 22 1951
and Minutes
Box 2 Folder 23 1951
Box 2 Folder 24 1953-1954
Box 2 Folder 25 1955-1956
Box 2 Folder 26 1958
Box 2 Folder 27 1954-1959
Agreements and Correspondence
Box 2 Folder 28 1954
Box 2 Folder 29
Box 2 Folder 30 1956
Box 2 Folder 31 1952-1955
Box 2 Folder 32 1956-1957
Box 2 Folder 33 1950-1952
Box 2 Folder 34 1951-1954
Box 2 Folder 35 1960
Box 2 Folder 36 1930-1963
lacks, 1931, 36, 38, 39, 41-43, 48, 61-62
Box 2 Folder 37 1949
Box 2 Folder 38 1930
Box 2 Folder 39 1956
Box 2 Folder 40
Box 2 Folder 41 1930-1962
Box 2 Folder 42 1933-1951
Box 2 Folder 43 1958-1963
Box 2 Folder 44
Box 2 Folder 45 1958-1960
Association of General Chairman
Box 2 Folder 46
Box 2 Folder 47
Box 2 Folder 48 1939-1962
Box 2 Folder 49 1957
Box 2 Folder 50
Box 2 Folder 51 1950
Box 2 Folder 52 1927-1956
Box 2 Folder 53
Box 2 Folder 54
Box 2 Folder 55
Box 2 Folder 56 1936-1937
quarterly
Box 2 Folder 57 1935-1951
Receipts, Certificate of Service
Box 2 Folder 58 1937-1944
.
Box 2 Folder 59
Box 2 Folder 60
Box 2 Folder 61 1936
Box 2 Folder 62
Box 2 Folder 63
Box 2 Folder 64
Box 3 Folder 1
Box 3 Folder 2
Box 3 Folder 3
Box 3 Folder 4
Box 3 Folder 5
Box 3 Folder 6 1952-1954
Box 3 Folder 7 1952-1954
Box 3 Folder 8 1931-1932
Box 3 Folder 9
Box 3 Folder 10 1930
Box 3 Folder 11 1926-1929
Box 3 Folder 12
direct correspondence
Box 3 Folder 13
direct correspondence
Box 3 Folder 14
Box 3 Folder 15 1949-1950
Box 3 Folder 16 1954
Box 3 Folder 17
Box 3 Folder 18
Box 3 Folder 19
Box 3 Folder 20 1957-1960
Box 3 Folder 21 1953
Box 4 Folder 1
Box 4 Folder 2 1934-1941
Box 4 Folder 3 1949-1962
Box 4 Folder 4 1958-1962
Box 4 Folder 5 1951-1962
Box 4 Folder 6 1954-1962
Box 4 Folder 7 1954-1962
Box 4 Folder 8 1954-1960
Box 4 Folder 9 1956-1962
Box 4 Folder 10 1954-1962
Box 4 Folder 11 1954-1961
Box 4 Folder 12 1954-1960
Box 4 Folder 13 1949-1961
Box 4 Folder 14 1949-1962
Box 4 Folder 15 1953-1962
Box 4 Folder 16 1954-1962
Box 4 Folder 17 1954-1962
Box 4 Folder 18 1951-1959
Box 4 Folder 19 1953-1961
Box 4 Folder 20 1953-1961
Box 4 Folder 21 1956-1963
Box 4 Folder 22 1956-1961
Box 4 Folder 23 1962
Box 4 Folder 24 1936-1938
11/1/36-10/31/38
Box 4 Folder 25 1952
August
Box 4 Folder 26 1938
March
Box 4 Folder 27
Box 4 Folder 28 1932
Box 4 Folder 29 1931
Box 4 Folder 30
1931
Box 4 Folder 31 1929
Box 4 Folder 32 1929
April 1st
Box 4 Folder 33 1937
Box 5 Folder 1 1941
Box 5 Folder 2 1947
Box 5 Folder 3 1948
Box 5 Folder 4 1950
Box 5 Folder 5 1949
Box 5 Folder 6 1947-1956
US & Canada
Box 5 Folder 7 1955
Box 5 Folder 8 1956
Box 5 Folder 9 1942-1946
Box 5 Folder 10 1940-1946
Box 5 Folder 11 1947
Box 5 Folder 12 1941-1945
Box 5 Folder 13 1940
Box 5 Folder 14
Box 5 Folder 15 1947-1948
Box 5 Folder 16 1946-1950
Box 5 Folder 17 1946
Box 5 Folder 18 1946
Box 5 Folder 19 1946
Box 5 Folder 20 1944-1946
Box 5 Folder 21 1949-1951
Box 5 Folder 22 1950
Box 5 Folder 23 1951-1952
Box 5 Folder 24 1951
Box 5 Folder 25 1951-1952
Box 5 Folder 26 1951
Box 5 Folder 27
Box 5 Folder 28 1952
Box 5 Folder 29 1956
Box 5 Folder 30 1934
12/20/34 revised 7/2/36
Box 5 Folder 31 1931
Box 5 Folder 32 1932
Box 5 Folder 33 1932
Box 5 Folder 34 1934-1936
Unification of Terminals
Box 5 Folder 35 1934-1935
Box 5 Folder 36 1937-1939
Box 5 Folder 37 1947-1950
Box 5 Folder 38 1949-1950
Box 5 Folder 39 1936
Box 5 Folder 40 1932-1935
Box 5 Folder 41 1946
Seniority Roster
Box 5 Folder 42 1934-1944
Box 5 Folder 43
Box 5 Folder 44 1955-1957
Box 5 Folder 45 1955-1957
Box 5 Folder 46 1957
Box 5 Folder 47 1957
Box 5 Folder 48 1957
Box 5 Folder 49 1955-1956
Box 5 Folder 50 1956-1957
Box 5 Folder 51 1957
Box 5 Folder 52
Box 5 Folder 53 1957
Box 6 Folder 1 1957
Box 6 Folder 2 1957
Box 6 Folder 3 1957
Box 6 Folder 4 1957
Box 6 Folder 5 1957-1958
Box 6 Folder 6 1957
Box 6 Folder 7 1957
Box 6 Folder 8
Section 6 -Railway Labor Act
Box 6 Folder 9 1960
.
Box 6 Folder 10 1956-1959
Box 6 Folder 11 1958-1959
Box 6 Folder 12 1958
Box 6 Folder 13 1959
Box 6 Folder 14 1958
Box 6 Folder 15 1958
Box 6 Folder 16 1960-1962
Box 6 Folder 17 1958
Box 6 Folder 18 1957-1959
Box 6 Folder 19 1958-1959
Box 6 Folder 20 1958
Box 6 Folder 21 1958
Box 6 Folder 22 1958
Box 6 Folder 23 1958-1961
Box 6 Folder 24 1958-1959
Box 6 Folder 25 1958
Box 6 Folder 26 1958-1959
Box 6 Folder 27 1959
Box 6 Folder 28 1960
Box 6 Folder 29 1959
locals 15, 30, 41
Box 6 Folder 30 1959
Box 6 Folder 31 1959
Box 6 Folder 32 1958-1959
Box 6 Folder 33 1959
Box 6 Folder 34 1959
Local 76 to 210
Box 6 Folder 35 1953-1959
Box 6 Folder 36 1959
Box 6 Folder 37 1959
Box 6 Folder 38 1959
Box 6 Folder 39 1959
Box 6 Folder 40 1959
Box 6 Folder 41 1959
Box 6 Folder 42 1959
Erie Division
Box 6 Folder 43 1959
Box 6 Folder 44 1959
Box 6 Folder 45 1959
July
Box 6 Folder 46 1959
Displacement Routes at High Bridge, NY
Box 6 Folder 47 1959
Box 6 Folder 48 1959
Box 6 Folder 49 1959
Box 6 Folder 50 1959
Box 6 Folder 51 1959
Box 6 Folder 52 1959
Box 6 Folder 53 1956-1971
Diagrams
Box 6 Folder 54 1955
New York City
Box 6 Folder 55 1949
Box 6 Folder 56 1956
Box 6 Folder 57 1956
Time off
Box 6 Folder 58
Box 6 Folder 59 1956
Box 6 Folder 60 1955
Box 6 Folder 61
Box 6 Folder 62 1931-1938
Box 6 Folder 63
Box 6 Folder 64 1938-1939
Box 6 Folder 65 1936-1942
Box 6 Folder 66 1941-1947
Box 6 Folder 67 1940-1941
Box 6 Folder 68 1942
Box 6 Folder 69 1939-1941
Box 6 Folder 70 1921
Box 6 Folder 71 1931-1950
Box 6 Folder 72 1937-1947
Box 6 Folder 73 1924
Box 6 Folder 74 1952
Representing Foremen and Inspectors in Dispute
Box 6 Folder 75 1937-1951
Box 6 Folder 76 1953
Box 6 Folder 77 1953-1954
Box 7 Folder 1 1940-1942
Box 7 Folder 2 1940-1941
Box 7 Folder 3 1943
Box 7 Folder 4 1944
Box 7 Folder 5 1945
Box 7 Folder 6 1946
Box 7 Folder 7 1947
Box 7 Folder 8 1948
Box 7 Folder 9 1949
Box 7 Folder 10 1950-1952
Box 7 Folder 11 1953
Box 7 Folder 12 1941
Box 7 Folder 13 1950
Box 7 Folder 14 1947-1949
Box 7 Folder 15 1944-1945
Box 7 Folder 16 1946
Box 7 Folder 17 1947
Box 7 Folder 18 1950
Box 7 Folder 19 1949
Box 7 Folder 20 1951
Box 7 Folder 21 1951
Box 7 Folder 22 1950
Box 7 Folder 23 1951
Box 7 Folder 24 1953
Box 7 Folder 25 1951
Box 7 Folder 26 1951
Box 7 Folder 27 1944-1953
Box 7 Folder 28 1931-1940
Peoria and Eastern Railroad -Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad
Box 7 Folder 29 1935-1940
Box 7 Folder 30 1937-1938
Box 7 Folder 31 1940
March 5th
Box 7 Folder 32 1943
Box 7 Folder 33 1947-1950
Box 7 Folder 34 1949
Box 7 Folder 35 1950
Box 7 Folder 36 1950
Box 7 Folder 37 1950
Box 7 Folder 38 1950
Box 7 Folder 39 1949-1950
Box 7 Folder 40 1949
Box 7 Folder 41 1949
Box 7 Folder 42 1949
memo
Box 7 Folder 43 1949
Box 7 Folder 44 1949
Box 7 Folder 45 1949
Box 7 Folder 46 1950
Box 8 Folder 1 1949
March 19th
Box 8 Folder 2 1949
Box 8 Folder 3 1950
Box 8 Folder 4 1949
Box 8 Folder 5 1947
Box 8 Folder 6 1942
Box 8 Folder 7 1935
Box 8 Folder 8 1947
Box 8 Folder 9
Box 8 Folder 10 1941-1946
Box 8 Folder 11 1941
September
Box 8 Folder 12 1951
May
Box 8 Folder 13
Box 8 Folder 14
Box 8 Folder 15 1948
Box 8 Folder 16 1951
Box 8 Folder 17
Box 8 Folder 18 1952
Box 8 Folder 19
Box 8 Folder 20
Box 8 Folder 21 1953
Box 8 Folder 22 1954-1960
Box 8 Folder 23 1953
Box 8 Folder 24 1957
Box 8 Folder 25 1954
Box 8 Folder 26 1954
Box 8 Folder 27 1954-1956
Box 8 Folder 28 1955
Box 8 Folder 29 1955
Box 8 Folder 30 1955
March 21st
Box 8 Folder 31 1955
Box 8 Folder 32
Box 8 Folder 33 1954-1957
Box 8 Folder 34
Box 8 Folder 35 1955
Box 8 Folder 36 1955-1961
Box 8 Folder 37 1956
Box 8 Folder 38 1955
Box 8 Folder 39 1955-1953
Box 8 Folder 40 1950-1952
.
Box 8 Folder 41
Box 8 Folder 42
Box 8 Folder 43 1958
Box 8 Folder 44 1945
Box 8 Folder 45 1954-1961
Box 8 Folder 46 1951-1952
Box 8 Folder 47 1952
Box 8 Folder 48
Box 8 Folder 49 1952-1961
Box 8 Folder 50 1953
Box 8 Folder 51 1947-1952
Box 8 Folder 52 1949-1953
Box 8 Folder 53 1955-1956
Box 8 Folder 54 1956
Box 8 Folder 55 1956
Box 8 Folder 56 1957-1961
Box 8 Folder 57 1951-1956
Box 8 Folder 58 1957
Box 8 Folder 59
Box 8 Folder 60 1949-1957
Box 8 Folder 61 1958-1961
Box 8 Folder 62 1952-1953
Box 8 Folder 63 1960-1962
Box 8 Folder 64 1952
Box 8 Folder 65 1951-1952
Box 8 Folder 66 1951-1952
Box 8 Folder 67 1952
Box 8 Folder 68 1954
Box 8 Folder 69 1952-1953
Box 8 Folder 70 1952-1954
Box 8 Folder 71 1952
Box 8 Folder 72 1952
Box 8 Folder 73 1955
Box 8 Folder 74 1952-1953
Box 8 Folder 75 1952
Box 8 Folder 76 1952-1953
Box 8 Folder 77 1951-1954
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Box 8 Folder 78 1952-1961
Box 8 Folder 79 1954-1956
Box 8 Folder 80 1955
Box 8 Folder 81 1958-1959
Rule 18
Box 8 Folder 82 1959
Box 8 Folder 83 1946-1953
Box 9 Folder 1 1958
Box 9 Folder 2 1942-1944
Box 9 Folder 3
Box 9 Folder 4 1960
Box 9 Folder 5 1954-1955
Box 9 Folder 6 1959
Box 9 Folder 7
Box 9 Folder 8 1958
Box 9 Folder 9 1961
Box 9 Folder 10 1954-1958
Box 9 Folder 11 1954
Box 9 Folder 12 1958-1960
Box 9 Folder 13 1960-1961
Box 10 Folder 1 1952-1958
Box 10 Folder 2
Box 10 Folder 3 1960
Box 10 Folder 4 1958
Box 10 Folder 5 1962
Box 10 Folder 6 1955-1962
Elkhard Signal Shop
Box 10 Folder 7 1963
Box 10 Folder 8 1962
Box 10 Folder 9 1963
Box 10 Folder 10 1962
Box 10 Folder 11 1961-1963
Box 10 Folder 12 1962
Box 10 Folder 13 1962
Box 10 Folder 14 1962
Dues
Box 10 Folder 15 1958-1960
Box 10 Folder 16 1943-1951
Box 10 Folder 17 1962
Box 10 Folder 18 1962
Box 10 Folder 19 1958
Box 10 Folder 20 1958
Box 10 Folder 21 1959-1963
Box 10 Folder 22 1960-1962
Box 10 Folder 23 1958
Box 10 Folder 24 1958
Box 10 Folder 25 1961-1962
Box 10 Folder 26 1961-1962
Box 10 Folder 27 1962
Box 10 Folder 28 1953-1961
Box 10 Folder 29 1962-1963
Box 10 Folder 30 1961
Box 10 Folder 31 1962
Box 10 Folder 32 1962
Box 10 Folder 33 1961
Box 10 Folder 34 1962
Box 10 Folder 35 1961-1962
Box 10 Folder 36 1961
Box 10 Folder 37 1952-1961
Box 10 Folder 38 1958-1961
Box 10 Folder 39 1961-1963
Box 10 Folder 40 1960-1961
claims and correspondence
Box 10 Folder 41 1960
Box 10 Folder 42 1961
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Box 10 Folder 43 1961
Box 10 Folder 44 1958
Box 10 Folder 45 1960-1961
Box 10 Folder 46 1953-1962
Box 10 Folder 47
Box 10 Folder 48
Box 10 Folder 49 1954-1960
Box 10 Folder 50 1960
Box 10 Folder 51
Box 10 Folder 52 1959
Box 10 Folder 53 1959-1960
Box 10 Folder 54 1960
Box 10 Folder 55 1961
Box 10 Folder 56 1957
Box 10 Folder 57 1960
Box 10 Folder 58 1961
Box 10 Folder 59 1961
Box 10 Folder 60 1961
Box 10 Folder 61 1961-1963
Box 10 Folder 62 1960-1961
Box 10 Folder 63 1960-1961
Box 10 Folder 64 1963
Box 10 Folder 65 1963
Box 11 Folder 1 1963
Box 11 Folder 2 1951
Box 11 Folder 3 1951
Box 11 Folder 4 1951
Box 11 Folder 5 1951-1955
Box 11 Folder 6 1951
Box 11 Folder 7 1951-1963
Box 11 Folder 8 1952-1959
Box 11 Folder 9 1957-1960
Box 11 Folder 10 1952-1953
Box 11 Folder 11 1952-1957
Box 11 Folder 12 1951-1960
Box 11 Folder 13 1951-1962
Box 11 Folder 14 1951-1956
New York Central
Box 11 Folder 15 1951-1956
Box 11 Folder 16 1951-1962
Box 11 Folder 17 1951-1955
Box 11 Folder 18 1951-1953
New York Central
Box 11 Folder 19 1951-1952
New York Central
Box 11 Folder 20 1951-1956
New York Central
Box 11 Folder 21 1952-1956
New York Central
Box 11 Folder 22 1954-1955
Box 11 Folder 23 1953
Box 11 Folder 24 1961
Box 11 Folder 25 1959-1963
Local Wiring Work
Box 11 Folder 26 1953-1954
Box 12 Folder 1 1951-1957
Box 12 Folder 2 1932-1933
Box 12 Folder 3
Box 12 Folder 4 1931-1933
Box 12 Folder 5
Box 12 Folder 6 1930-1934
Box 12 Folder 7 1932-1933
Box 12 Folder 8 1930-1932
Box 13 Folder 1 1961
Box 13 Folder 2 1932-1938
Box 13 Folder 3 1935
Box 13 Folder 4 1938
Box 13 Folder 5
Box 13 Folder 6 1931-1935
Box 13 Folder 7 1933-1938
Box 13 Folder 8 1932-1934
Box 13 Folder 9 1935-1936
Box 13 Folder 10 1930-1938
Box 13 Folder 11 1931-1934
Box 13 Folder 12
Box 13 Folder 13
Box 13 Folder 14 1942
Box 13 Folder 15 1945
Box 14 Folder 1
Box 14 Folder 2
Box 14 Folder 3 1962-1963
Box 14 Folder 4
Box 15
Box 16