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Box 3262

 Container

Contains 14 Results:

University of Louisville, Kentucky: Honorary degree to WJU, 1975

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 1
Identifier: Subseries E:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: The Name and Subject Files contain alphabetically arranged files related to Usery's tentative appointment as AFL-CIO Director of the Organization and Field Services Department, construction industry minority employment, dispute resolution involving Philadelphia teachers, cannery, electrical, mine, postal, railway, and rubber workers. These files also include materials related to President Ford's selection of Dr. John T. Dunlop as Secretary of Labor, Nixon's 1973 inauguration, the Organization...
Dates: 1975

Urban Mass Transit Act, 1976

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 2
Identifier: Subseries E:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: The Name and Subject Files contain alphabetically arranged files related to Usery's tentative appointment as AFL-CIO Director of the Organization and Field Services Department, construction industry minority employment, dispute resolution involving Philadelphia teachers, cannery, electrical, mine, postal, railway, and rubber workers. These files also include materials related to President Ford's selection of Dr. John T. Dunlop as Secretary of Labor, Nixon's 1973 inauguration, the Organization...
Dates: 1976

U-V-W-XYZ names and subjects, 1973-1975

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 3
Identifier: Subseries E:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: The Name and Subject Files contain alphabetically arranged files related to Usery's tentative appointment as AFL-CIO Director of the Organization and Field Services Department, construction industry minority employment, dispute resolution involving Philadelphia teachers, cannery, electrical, mine, postal, railway, and rubber workers. These files also include materials related to President Ford's selection of Dr. John T. Dunlop as Secretary of Labor, Nixon's 1973 inauguration, the Organization...
Dates: 1973-1975

W-X-Y-Z names, 1976

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 4
Identifier: Subseries E:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: The Name and Subject Files contain alphabetically arranged files related to Usery's tentative appointment as AFL-CIO Director of the Organization and Field Services Department, construction industry minority employment, dispute resolution involving Philadelphia teachers, cannery, electrical, mine, postal, railway, and rubber workers. These files also include materials related to President Ford's selection of Dr. John T. Dunlop as Secretary of Labor, Nixon's 1973 inauguration, the Organization...
Dates: 1976

White House fellowships, 1974-1975

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 5
Identifier: Subseries E:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: The Name and Subject Files contain alphabetically arranged files related to Usery's tentative appointment as AFL-CIO Director of the Organization and Field Services Department, construction industry minority employment, dispute resolution involving Philadelphia teachers, cannery, electrical, mine, postal, railway, and rubber workers. These files also include materials related to President Ford's selection of Dr. John T. Dunlop as Secretary of Labor, Nixon's 1973 inauguration, the Organization...
Dates: 1974-1975

White House mess regulations, 1976

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 6
Identifier: Subseries E:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: The Name and Subject Files contain alphabetically arranged files related to Usery's tentative appointment as AFL-CIO Director of the Organization and Field Services Department, construction industry minority employment, dispute resolution involving Philadelphia teachers, cannery, electrical, mine, postal, railway, and rubber workers. These files also include materials related to President Ford's selection of Dr. John T. Dunlop as Secretary of Labor, Nixon's 1973 inauguration, the Organization...
Dates: 1976

Correspondence: Disposition of personal papers, 1977; 1980; 1985

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 7
Identifier: Subseries A:
Abstract [with background memoranda from 1972-1973]
Dates: 1977; 1980; 1985

Correspondence: The Representative Condominium, March 14, 1978-December 8, 1982

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 8
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: March 14, 1978-December 8, 1982

Correspondence: Department of Labor Credit Union, April 25, 1977-June 30, 1982

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 9
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: April 25, 1977-June 30, 1982

Correspondence: AFL-CIO Credit Union, [information from, December 1976]-June 1977

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 10
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: December 1976]-June 1977

Travel expenses, November-December 1977

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 11
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: November-December 1977

Income Tax material, January-November 1977

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 12
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: January-November 1977

Invitations declined, January-March 1977

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 13
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: January-March 1977

Invitations accepted, March 1977

 File — Box: 3262, Folder: 14
Identifier: Subseries A:
Scope and Content of the Subseries From the Sub-Series: Correspondence is comprised of chronologically arranged files that include letters sent to Usery and his reply copies, frequently with news clippings, plus invitations accepted and regretted. Correspondents include members and former members of both houses of the United States Congress; individuals in private industry; the labor-management field and upper echelons of government; former union colleagues; and family members.
Dates: March 1977