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This collections contains scrapbooks (1979-2006) that include photographs, news clippings, articles, invitations, announcements, and other materials related to the Hapeville, GA, Ford Assembly Plant and its workers, including members of the United Auto Workers Local 882 (Atlanta, Ga.)
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implementation Workers of America, Local Lodge 868 was located in Atlanta, Georgia and its members were employees of Chrysler Corporation, Parts Division which closed in October 1984. The records of Local 868, 1970-1984, consist of correspondence, finances, grievances, and negotiations, as well as artifacts.
The collection contains one-hundred thirty-two collections dated 1919-1988.
The records, 1946-1985, of Carpenters Local 225 (Atlanta, Ga.) contain correspondence, minutes, financial statements, legal papers, work rules, contracts, bylaws, and pamphlets. The primary correspondents for Local 225 are Recording Secretaries T.D. Harper (1946-1949) and J.V. Edmonson (1950-1985).
The collection contains twenty-seven contracts dated 1950-1978.
The collection consists of 11 agreements, 1958-1972, between various local unions of the United Papermakers and Paperworkers and manufacturers.
The collection contains fourty-four contracts dated 1943-1973.
The collection consists of 342 agreements, 1943-1974, between various local unions of the United Steelworkers of America and manufacturers.
The United Steelworkers of America, District 35 records date 1940-1973, when the district included Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. The records consist of correspondence, minutes, financial documents, legal documents, and printed material.
Collection consists of published works, conference papers, and research proposals/studies documenting age relations, ethnic groups, and women. See also "Curriculum Vitae" and "Honors."
Financial information, minutes, correspondence, reports, and logs generated during Eli Zubay's William Suttles's terms as Vice President of Academic Affairs, 1967-1982.
Records of the Vice President for Administrative Services include Georgia State University Camplus Master Plan Studies, 1976 Self-Study, and committee files, 1957-1990.
Vicki Anne McLennan, a lobbyist for non-profit organizations, public policy analyst, and political consultant, began her lobbying career in 1985. Printed material, notes and other writings, correspondence, legal documents, minutes and agendas, financial records, photographic prints and textiles make up Vicki McLennan's records of her activities as an activist, lobbyist, organizer, and administrator.
Wayne J. Urban was a professor of Educational Policy Studies and History at Georgia State University. The collection consists of a paper, "On the Origins of Teacher Unionism: Atlanta, 1905-1919," delivered at the Southern History of Education Society meeting in 1976.