Pug King papers
Scope and Content of the Papers
The Papers, 1937-1970 (1974) of F. H. "Pug" King (1899-1974) are composed of correspondence, newspaper articles, photographs and artifacts illuminating his union and civic affairs. As Business Agent, 1938-1962, for IAM District Lodge 46, he participated in organizing campaigns and contract negotiations, as well as representing the District Lodge in court proceedings. Principal correspondents include the IAM, Federal Order of Eagles, Georgia Federation of Labor and Fulton County Court.
- King, Frank Herbert (Person)
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Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
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Oversized materials stored off-site. Contact archivist in advance to view these materials; 24-hour notice is required.
Biography of Frank Herbert "Pug" King
Frank Herbert "Pug" King, born July 16, 1899 in Fulton County, attended Capital View and Adair Schools. He became a member of the IAM August 28, 1917 and served as the business manager for District 46 for 25 years until his retirement in 1962. He was vice-president of the Georgia Federation of Labor for seven years, and served on the Selective Service Board during World War II, the executive board of War Manpower Commission, the War Labor Board panel and the Georgia Unemployment Compensation Advisory Board. He twice served on the Fulton County Jury Commission and served five years as Director of Public Relations for the Union Labor Underwriters, 1964-1969.
0.83 Linear Feet (in 2 boxes)
Language of Materials
Frank Herbert "Pug" King (1899-1974) was born in Fulton County and attended Capital View and Adair Schools. He joined the International Association of Machinists on August 28, 1917 and later served 25 years as the business manager for District 46. King, served on various governmental boards and commissions and as was vice-president of the Georgia Federation of Labor for seven years. His papers, 1937-1974, are composed of correspondence, newspaper articles, photographs and artifacts illuminating his union and civic affairs.
Oversized Materials stored offsite. Contact archivist in advance to view these materials; 24-hour notice is required.
Printed material donated by Frank H. "Pug" King, March 30, 1972 (accession L1972-13). King's papers donated in 1974.
The photographs in this collection may have been digitized and are available online at Georgia State University Library Digital Collections.
During processing, materials were separated to other Southern Labor Archives Printed Collections. For pamphlets, see the Southern Labor Archives Pamphlet Collection finding aid (note that this collection has been weeded over time). For periodicals, see the Southern Labor Archives periodicals collection finding aid or catalog. For photographs, see the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers photograph collection finding aid. For contracts, see the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers contracts collection finding aid. For Oversize materials, artifacts, directories, constitutions and bylaws, and proceedings, consult archivist.
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Photographs Collection
- "Pug" King with IAM members and in other group pictures, 1937-1969, undated (32 photographs in 2 folders)
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Oversize Location
- Service certificates, poster and charter
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Agreements Collection
- Machinists Model Agreement, 1953
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Artifacts Collection
- 6 artifacts: Gavel, badges, button, medal and Life Membership plate
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Directories Collection
- Fulton County Employees Local 315, 1961-1962
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Constitutions and By-laws Collection
- Machinists, 1970-1973
- Fraternal Order of Police, 1955
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Pamphlets Collection
- 21 pamphlets concerning testimonial dinners, union guides, IAM rosters, AFL in politics, Georgia unemployment and compensation laws and financial reports
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Periodicals Collection
- Union News and Cues, Volume 3, Number 8 (1962)
- Machinists Monthly Journal, April 1954, January-February 1956 (Oversize location) (L1972-13)
Separated to Southern Labor Archives Proceedings Collection
- Georgia Federation of Labor proceedings, 1940 (L1972-13)
- GLF News, June 1943, May 1954 (L1972-13)
- Georgia Federation of Labor programs, 1953, 1956 (L1972-13)
- Georgia State AFL-CIO program, 1967 (L1972-13)
- Georgia State AFL-CIO report, 1967 (L1972-13)
- Georgia State AFL-CIO resolution, 1967 (L1972-13)
- Machinists conventions, 1960; 1964; 1968
Accession L1972-13 inventoried by E. L. Eltzroth at the file level, April 13, 1972. [Accession L1974-16 processing unknown.]
- Frank Herbert "Pug" King:
- A Guide to His Papers at Georgia State University Library
- Georgia State University Library
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- June 2001: EAD finding aid created by Apex Data Services.
- 2005, 2007: Revised by William Hardesty.
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