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James Cissom, 1966

 File — Box: 968, Folder: 104
Identifier: III

Scope and Content of the Records

From the Collection:

The Records, 1956-1972, of the Southern Region, Area A, United Textile Workers of America, comprise correspondence, activity reports, financial statements, legal documents, arbitration and National Labor Relations Board cases, contract proposals, photographs, and pamphlets. The considerable correspondence and memoranda of UTWA President George Baldanzi and Secretary Frances Schaufenbil, and Southern Co-Directors Everett Dean and Roy Whitmire, communicate the union's concern with: the condition of the textile industry; interpretations of the Taft-Hartley, Equal Employment Opportunity, and Fair Employment Practices legislation; current N.L.R.B. decisions; jurisdiction claims; determination of bargaining units; lobbying; textile imports and tariffs; suspension and reinstatement of the UTWA by the AFL-CIO, 1957; Labor-Management Reporting & Disclosure Act, 1959; merger discussions with the Textile Workers Union of America; UTWA administrative procedures; and many specific organizing situations, mostly in Tennessee and Kentucky. Activity reports of organizers, and files arranged by local union and company provide an extensive report on UTWA operations.


  • Creation: 1966


Restrictions on Access

Collection is open for research use.


1 folder(s)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Repository

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