Ruttenberg, Stanley H., 1917-
Ruttenberg was Director of the CIO Economic Research Department (1950-1955); and Director of the AFL-CIO Economic Research Department (1956-1963).
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
AFL-CIO Economic Research Department, Office of Wage and Industrial Relations Records, Anne Draper records
Anne Draper was a staff member and economist of the AFL-CIO Economic Research Department, specializing on issues of wages and prices. Her work shows the interest of the Federation on issues such as credit unions, consumer problems, and the women's movement. The Economic Research Department specialized on providing information about economic issues to the AFL-CIO. This collection consists of material created and collected by Anne Draper.
In December of 1955, the American Federation of Labor (AFL) and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) merged into one entity, the AFL-CIO. This is a collection of AFL-CIO staff oral histories explores the history of the merger including challenges and successes.
This series contains correspondence and memos, both incoming and outgoing, of Stanley Ruttenberg as Director of the Research Department from 1961 to 1962. Much of the correspondence deals with information requests, speaking engagements or articles Ruttenberg had submitted for publication. Correspondents include: James Carey, Ewan Claque, Henry Luce, Nat Weinberg, Jay Lovestone, Al Gore and Estes Kefauver.
This series contains speeches given by Stanley Ruttenberg. Important topics include: automation, collective bargaining and citizen participation as a dominant force in education. Types of material in this series include notes, drafts, and copies of speeches, correspondence.