Italian Confederation of Labor
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Vanni Buscemi Montana collection
Abstract Vanni Buscemi Montana was an Italian immigrant who worked as a publicist for Local 89 of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and the Italian American Labor Council, and as editor of Giustizia (ILGWU) and Sindacalismo Libero (AFL-CIO). This collection documents Montana's activities as an Italian-American labor leader and socialist with a keen interest in Italian labor and politics. Types of materials include correspondence,...
Paris Office Files, 1943-1989
Found in: Special Collections and University Archives / AFL and AFL-CIO International Affairs Department, Irving Brown papers
Scope and Contents Records in this series span the dates 1943 through 1989, although most of the material dates from 1950 to 1962 and 1973 to 1978. The series contains correspondence, published and unpublished reports, financial records, printed materials, and clippings. Major correspondents represented in the series include Andre LaFond (Secretary, Force Ouvriere); Guilio Pastore (CISL); Jay Lovestone (Executive Secretary, Free Trade Union Committee); George Meany (Secretary-Treasurer, AFL,...
Subject Files, New York Office, 1939-1974
Found in: Special Collections and University Archives / AFL and AFL-CIO International Affairs Department, Jay Lovestone Files
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...