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United States. Department of Labor


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Apprenticeship, 1957-1980

 Series 6
Scope and Contents This series is comprised primarily of apprenticeship proposals, agreements, contracts, activity and compliance reports, and outreach efforts arranged by state for states, areas, and cities. It also contains correspondence, press releases, and news clippings and pamphlets on a variety of apprenticeship initiatives. Such initiatives were spearheaded by combinations of organized labor, businesses, civil rights, community organizations, and government agencies (particularly, the Manpower...

Federal Government, 1947-1979

 Series 5
Scope and Contents This series is comprised primarily of files on federal government institutions and agencies as related to civil rights issues. It also documents the various government-sponsored councils, committees, and boards on which several AFL-CIO officials served (most notably Civil Rights Department director Donald Slaiman, who served on the Department of Commerce's National Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprise; the Department of Commerce's National Citizens Committee on Community...

ILO Committee Conferences and Meetings, 1949-1957

 Series 3
Scope and Contents This series consists primarily of reports and near print material from ILO committee conferences and meetings which Delaney attended. In some cases he was asked to comment on the meetings or contribute to them in his capacity as international representative of the AFL and AFL-CIO and U.S. workers' delegate to the ILO. Correspondence is primarily among Delaney and officials at the U.S. Department of Labor and ILO. Material types include: reports, proceedings, speeches, proposals,...

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