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Abstract: Adair, Goldthwaite, Stanford and Daniel were attorneys for union members. Their records contain the discharge cases and arbitration transcripts that resulted from the strike of the Communications Workers of America against Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company in 1955-1956; legal case files involving the strike of the International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Local 748 versus the Jefferson City (Tennessee) Cabinet Company (a division of the Magnavox Company),...
Abstract: Originally formed in 1938, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) is the largest union of communications workers in the United States. Joseph A. Beirne served was the founding President of CWA, who served for more than 30 years. The collection consists of one commemorative plate with Mr. Beirne's portrait.
Abstract: Communications Workers of America was formed in 1938. The collection consists of 31 agreements, 1948-1977, between various local unions of the Communications Workers of America and communication or manufacturing employers.
- Telecommunication -- Employees 2
- Arbitration, Industrial 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) 1
- Collective labor agreements -- Telecommunication 1
- Labor leaders 1
- Mediation and conciliation, Industrial 1
- Southern States 1
- Telecommunication -- Employees -- Labor unions 1
- Telephone companies 1
- Unfair labor practices 1
- Virginia 1
- ceramic ware (visual works) 1
- contracts 1 ∧ less
- Adair, Goldthwaite, Stanford and Daniel 1
- Beirne, Joseph A. 1
- Dixie Color Printing Corp. (Sylacauga, Ala.) 1
- International Typographical Union 1
- International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers. Local 748 (Jefferson City, Tenn.) 1