Documents include research on Woodrow Wilson, letter to in-house staff, Drozdowski grievance (L. 2386), Secretary/Treasurer protests and misc. bids, tally of ballots, local votes, requests for nomination, disallowed ballots, NFFE constitution 1998, FLRA, court and FSIP decisions, loose papers, federal salary council 1993-1994 report, convention 5 proceedings, negotiated agreement between FEMA and NFFE L. 1983 (and supporting documents), excerpts from “The Postal Record” from 1917, collective bargaining agreement between NFFE and Office & Professional Employees International Union Local 2, AFL-CIO 1992-1994, transcript of interview with George Meany (AFL-CIO) and Arthur J. Goldberg, nomination and election information 1996, legislative issues, summary of resolution from convention 40, 42, blank NFFE membership cards, correspondence, news clippings, NFFE newsletters and memos, civil service information 1977, 1910s-2000s
Scope and Contents of the Records
The records (circa 1910-circa 2007) consists of the papers and records of Abraham Orlofsky, secretary/treasurer and historian of the National Federation of Federal Employees for many years. Included in these records are: research, convention proceedings, resolutions, constitutions, bylaws, agreements, reports, charters, research materials, artifacts, photographs, audiovisual materials and files from the executive council. These materials pertain to the history of the union, many of its members, and the union's representation of federal civil service employees and provide documentation of the day-to-day activities of a national union. Also included is the official publication, Federal Employee.
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research use.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
- From the Collection: National Federation of Federal Employees (Organization)
Part of the Special Collections Repository
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