Roy Groenert papers
Scope and Content of the Records
These materials illuminate Groenert's interests in local union affairs, in organizing, and in the UTWA's suit which brought enforcement of the no-raid pacts signed after the merger of the AFL-CIO.
- Groenert, Roy (Person)
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Mr. Groenert, former president of United Textile Workers Local 2563, served as Director of Organization for the UTWA.
0.25 Linear Feet (in 4 folders)
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Roy Groenert, former president of United Textile Workers Local 2563, was Director of Organization for the UTWA. Groenert's papers illuminate his interests in local union affairs, in organizing, and in the UTWA's suit which brought enforcement of the no-raid pacts signed after the merger of the AFL-CIO.
Gift of Ray Groenert, September 10, 1973 and October 1, 1973.
During processing, materials were separated to other Southern Labor Archives Printed Collections. For periodicals, see the Southern Labor Archives periodicals collection finding aid or catalog.
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Periodicals Collection
- Textile Challenger, 1964; 1966 (8 leaves)
- The Textile Worker, December 1941 (25 leaves)
Inventoried by E. L. E. Mize at the file level, October 25, 1973.
- Roy Groenert:
- A Guide to His Papers at Georgia State University Library
- Georgia State University Library
- October 1973
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