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National Labor Relations Board


Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Administrative Files, 1953-1963

Scope and Contents

Correspondence of the Office of the Secretary-Treasurer, whose office coordinated implementation of the agreement with the international union "contact officers" assigned to receive complaints from the field. Also included are periodic status reports providing statistical data on compliance, pending cases, and agreements of extension forwarded to the Secretary-Treasurer by the internationals.

AFL-CIO No-Raid Agreement, 1953-1967

 Series 2
Scope and Contents Prior to the merger, on June 9, 1954, the AFL and CIO signed a No-Raiding Agreement to resolve jurisdictional claims in a manner mutually beneficial to the two parties. Following the merger in December 1955 the provisions of the No-Raiding Agreement were incorporated into the AFL-CIO Constitution as Article III, Sections 3 and 4, forming the basis of the federation's internal disputes plan. Under this plan, disputes which could not be resolved through conferences between the contending...

Dispute Case Files, 1954-1967

Scope and Contents

Disputes and agreements between local affiliates at the plant level. Most of the correspondence is between international representatives and the Secretary-Treasurer's office. Also included are telegrams, reports, memoranda, transcripts, copies of agreements, and decisions rendered by the Impartial Umpire, David L. Cole.

Letters to William Green, 1925-1944

 Series 2
Scope and Contents Correspondents include Frank G. Allen, John Calvin Coolidge, Theodore Francis Green, Herbert Clark Hoover, Cordell Hull, Patrick Jay Hurley, Harold Leclair Ickes, Herbert Henry Lehman, Frances Perkins, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt Jr., Alfred Emanuel Smith and Sumner Wells.Topics include: resolutions adopted by the 1929, 1930, 1935, 1940, 1941, and 1943 AFL Conventions; Rhode Island General Assembly action to establish a minimum wage for women and minors; a...

National Labor Relations Board, 1955-1988

 Series 5
Scope and Contents

All of the documents in this series relate to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), including financial documents, memos, correspondence, reports, press releases, and publications.

Subject Files, New York Office, 1939-1974

 Series 1
Scope and Contents This series spans the dates 1939 through 1974 and primarily covers dates from 1947 to 1969. It contains mostly correspondence, but also includes clippings, telegrams, published materials, notes, and one book. Major persons represented include Robert Alexander (assistant professor of Economics, Rutgers University; AFL correspondent in Latin America, South America, and the Caribbean); Luigi Antonini (general secretary of ILGWU Local 89 in New York City, president and executive...

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