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International Association of Siderographers records

 Collection 0103-LBR

The siderographers, first organized in 1899, are printing plate engravers employed primarily in the printing of paper money, securities, bonds, and other similar documents. The union's archives consist of membership records; correspondence; minutes; constitutions; bylaws; programs; financial records; certificates; and newspaper clippings. The collection also includes audio tapes, photographs, and memorabilia.

International Labor Communications Association records

 Collection 0110-LBR
Abstract The International Labor Communications Association (ILCA), founded in 1955, is the professional organization of labor communicators in North America. The ILCA members work to strengthen and expand labor print publications, websites, and radio, television, and film productions by providing resources, expertise, and networking opportunities for labor communicators. The archives of the ILCA consists of financial records, correspondence, directories, and minutes of the organization, as well as...

Joseph S. Iseman papers

 Collection 0157-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Joseph Seeman Iseman (1916-2006) was actively involved with all the public television enterprises in the greater New York City area from 1954 to 1980. In 1954, Iseman became involved with Metropolitan Educational Television Association Inc. (META) through his law partner and friend Mr. Rifkind, and within a few weeks, he was voted Chair of META. He also became the legal advisor for the Fund for the Advancement of Education. Iseman became outside counsel to the Educational Broadcasting...

James Leaders Loper Papers

 Collection 0144-MMC-NPBA
Abstract James L. Loper (1931-2013) became deeply involved in establishing a non-commercial television station in Los Angeles in 1962. He acted as vice president of Community Television of Southern California from 1962-1963 and assisted in putting together the license application for what would become KCET. When KCET went on air in 1964, Loper was director of educational television. About two years later, he took charge of the station, first as vice president and general manager, and then as...

Mead Smith Karras papers

 Collection 0011-GWP
Abstract Mead Smith Karras served as an Economist for the Labor Division of the Allied Occupation Forces in Japan from 1946 to 1949. She wrote a monthly report on labor developments and worked with Japanese officials on the development of sound labor statistics. She also worked with U.S. and Japanese officials to develop and implement Occupation policies on problems affecting women and children in the workforce, such as the organization of a Women’s and Minor’s Bureau, participation of women in...

Stuart Kaufman collection

 Collection 0106-LBR
Abstract This collection consists of copied materials and notes created during the research and writing of University of Maryland history professor Stuart Kaufman's book A Vision of Unity: The History of the Bakery and Confectionery Workers International Union (1986). The materials document the early history of the Bakery, Confectionery, and Tobacco Workers International Union dating from 1881-1899. It consists of copies of newspaper articles, minutes, constitutions,...

Keystone Lantern photographic slide collection

 Collection 0042-LBR-RG96-003

The Keystone Viewing Company, located in Pennsylvania, was formed in 1892. The Keystone Viewing Company is best remembered today as a manufacturer of stereoscopes, but lantern slides were an important secondary item. This collection of glass lantern slides depicts international labor activity. The best documented industries are agriculture, forestry, maritime, and textiles.

Lane Kirkland papers

 Collection 0040-LBR-RG95-007
Abstract Joseph Lane Kirkland was president of the AFL-CIO from 1979-1995. This collection of his personal papers is especially rich in documenting his official activities as seen in the popular press and his wide-ranging domestic and international social and political contacts. Also of interest are the papers pertaining to his family's history in South Carolina and elsewhere; some of the early activities in his life, including his maritime and wartime years; an extensive array of artifacts; and...

Alan Kistler papers

 Collection 0086-LBR-RG95-009
Abstract Alan Kistler was director of the Department of Organization and Field Services of the AFL-CIO from 1974 to 1986. His early career consisted of membership and leadership in union locals in Pittsburgh before he became an organizer for the CIO and then the AFL-CIO. Kistler's papers document his official activities in organizing disputes during the years 1987 to 1992, and extensive correspondence from his time as department director. Other material types include research files, articles, memos,...

Labor Heritage Foundation records

 Collection 0115-LBR

Founded by Joe Glazer, Joe Uehlein, and Saul Schniderman in 1979, the Labor Heritage Foundation promotes the use and value of music and arts in labor activism. Saul Schniderman also created the Inventory of American Labor Landmarks, which documents historical markers and monuments of labor history in the United States. Notable people represented in this collection include Pete Seeger, Archie Green, and Si Kahn.

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Special Collections and University Archives 155
Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library 2
Brown, Irving, 1911- 3
Delaney, George Philip 2
Dubinsky, David 2
Goldberg, Arthur J. (Goldberg, Arthur Joseph) 2
Goldfinger, Nathaniel 2
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Hill, Norman, 1933- 2
Lovestone, Jay 2
Meany, George 2
Mondale, Walter F. 2
Morrison, Frank 2
Ruttenberg, Stanley H., 1917- 2
Schnitzler, William F. 2
Uehlein, Joe 2
Woll, Matthew 2
Abel, Iorwith Wilber 1
Adolph Coors Company 1
Agnew, Spiro T. 1
Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America 1
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Local 63 (New York, N.Y.) 1
American Federation of Hosiery Workers 1
Anderson, Mary 1
Ayers, Jake 1
Baldinger, Wilbur H. 1
Barkin, Solomon, 1907-2000 1
Basharah, Michael 1
Blaydes, Laurel 1
Boggs, Michael D., 1948- 1
Braunthal, Alfred 1
Brookwood Labor College 1
Brown, George T. 1
Brown, Theodore E. 1
Bryant, Elise 1
Carranza, Venustiano 1
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Association 1
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park (Agency : U.S.) 1
Cohen, Larry 1
Cornfield, Gilbert 1
Curran, Joseph Edwin 1
Davis, Jerame 1
Delaplaine, Rocky 1
Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund) 1
Dubrow, Evelyn 1
El-Shazil, Heba 1
Ellenberger, James N. 1
Feldman, Gilbert 1
Fernbach, Frank, 1911-1984 1
Food Lion 1
Friedman, Martin L., 1923- 1
Gavran, Peter 1
Glazer, Joe 1
Gold, Robin 1
Goldberg, Harry, 1901- 1
Gomez, Susan 1
Graeve, Cheryl 1
Greater Washington Central Labor Council. AFL-CIO (1896-) 1
Green, Archie 1
Green, Karin 1
Greiff, Helen 1
Greyhound Lines, Inc. 1
Hardesty, Doris Gibson 1
Henle, Peter 1
Hillquit, Nina 1
Hodell, Chuck 1
Hoover, Herbert 1
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972 1
Humphrey, Hubert H. 1
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Local 49 (Boston, Mass.) 1
Italian Communist Party 1
Italian Confederation of Labor 1
Italian Confederation of Workers' Trade Unions 1
Italian Dressmakers' Union 1
Italian Federation of Labor 1
Italian Labour Union 1
Italian Socialist Federation (U.S.) 1
Italian Socialist Party 1
Italian-American Labor Council 1
J.P. Stevens & Co. 1
Justice for Janitors 1
Kahn, Si 1
Kahn, Thomas 1
Kassalow, Everett M. (Everett Malcolm) 1
Kehrer, E. T., 1921- 1
Kemble, Penn (Kemble, Richard Penn) 1
Kennedy, Edward M. 1
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald 1
Kennedy, Robert F. 1
Klaverkamp, Joel 1
Labor Line 1
Labor Resource Service 1
Lee, Ernest S. 1
Lewis, Leonard J. 1
Lie, Trygve 1
Lomax, Dessandra 1
Lowe, Herman, Mrs. 1
Lynch, Gene 1
Mazzini Society 1
McCaughan, Cynthia 1
McGlotten, Robert M., 1938-2016 1
McLellan, Andrew C., 1912?-1982 1
Montana, Vanni Buscemi 1
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