RG95. AFL-CIO. Private Donations
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
William Baillie Baird was a Scottish immigrant who became a coal miner and labor organizer in western Maryland. This collection consists of 38 items, mainly correspondence, pertaining to William Baillie Baird's commission as organizer for the Knights of Labor, 1897-1898, and his interest in promoting Robert W. Price as the founder of Labor Day, 1925-1927.
George Delaney served as an international representative of the AFL and AFL-CIO from 1948 to 1958. This collection is comprised of George Delaney's personal papers, including correspondence, ephemera, clippings, and photographs. These are not Delaney's official files from his work at the AFL and AFL-CIO, but do contain material relating to his career and labor issues.
The Paul A. Wagner Oral History Project is a collection of oral history interviews with retired trade union leaders and members of the National Capital Area Trade Union Retirees Club.
Morris S. Novik was a career as a radio and television consultant for the AFL, AFL-CIO, various unions, and other organizations. The collection focuses on the radio and television outreach in AFL and AFL-CIO campaigns as well as other union involvement in the radio and television industry. Materials consist mostly of scripts, correspondence, transcripts, reports, press releases, speeches, clippings, photographs and posters.
The collection contains records created and retained by Larry Rogin during the course of his career as a labor educator within the American labor movement. The papers span the years 1926-1988, with the bulk of records dating between the early 1930s to late 1950s and consists of teaching and research materials related to labor education.
Anthony Wayne Smith (1906-1992) was an attorney for the CIO and AFL-CIO from the 1940s into the mid-1950s when he became passionate about environmental issues and took up conservation causes at several National Parks. His papers consist of correspondence, legal materials, and ephemera from Smith's personal life, his time at the National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA), CIO, and AFL-CIO.
The Trades Unionist was a weekly newspaper published from 1896-1976 by the Central Labor Union, Washington Branch of the American Federation of Labor (AFL). It was published every other week until 1982, when it ceased publication. This collection contains volumes 1 (1896) through 67 (1973) of the paper.