Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This series contains committee correspondence, reports, notes, and minutes, covering the years 1956-1980.
The Lawyers Coordinating Committee (LCC) is an allied group of the AFL-CIO. The LCC initiated this oral history project to document the contributions of labor lawyers to 20th century American unionism. This collection currently consists of six interview transcripts, with the expectation that more interviews will be added.
This collection consists of letters exchanged between AFL president Samuel Gompers and U.S. president Woodrow Wilson during the latter part of Wilson's presidency, covering a wide variety of topics pertaining to labor and World War I between 1914 and 1919.
The largest series in the collection consists of correspondence reflecting Meany's wide-ranging interests and activities beyond the labor movement (i.e., correspondence with church and civic organizations, research institutes, and prominent individuals).
This series of subject files consists of correspondence, reports, clippings, transcripts, and memoranda. Fifteen folders deal with civil rights, including copies of minutes of the AFL-CIO Civil Rights Committee, clippings, and memoranda concerning efforts to promote civil rights legislation and equal employment opportunity on union jobs and government contracted work. Correspondence with Jay Lovestone is also included.