Georgia State Council of Machinists records
Scope and Contents of the Collection
The Georgia State Council of Machinists records consist of one folder of materials from the Centenial Convention Committee, 1988, and a photograph of the Atlanta Labor Temple, undated.
- 1988, undated
- Georgia State Council of Machinists (Organization)
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research use.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
Georgia State University is the owner of the physical collection and makes reproductions available for research, subject to the copyright law of the United States and item condition. Georgia State University may or may not own the rights to materials in the collection. It is the researcher's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and obtain permission from the copyright holder before publication, reproduction, or display of the materials beyond what is reasonable under copyright law. Researchers may quote selections from the collection under the fair use provision of copyright law.
Historical Note about the IAMAW
Originally founded in Atlanta in 1888 as a trade union for railroad machinists, today the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers represents workers in a large and diverse number of fields. Over the course of the 20th century the machinists moved from representing railroad workers to machinists and others working for airlines and the aerospace industry.
The Georgia State Council of Machinists represented all the machinists in the state of Georgia.
0.05 Linear Feet (in 1 folder)
Language of Materials
The Georgia State Council of Machinists records consist of one folder of materials from the Centenial Convention Committee, 1988 and a photograph of the Atlanta Labor Temple.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by James Langley, IAM Lodge 1690, February 1990.
Processed at the file level by Hal Hansen, October 2018.
- Georgia State Council of Machinists:
- A Guide to the Records at Georgia State University
- Georgia State University Library
- October 2018
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description