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Abstract: The Atlanta Typographical Union, Local 48 was a branch of the International Typographical Union that represented printers and typographers throughout the Atlanta area. The Atlanta Typographical Union records (circa 1920s-2000s) consists of contracts, bylaws, correspondence, membership data, union organization forms, news clippings, strike organization, negotiations, and arbitration and grievance files.
Abstract: The records, 1895-1939; 1948-1970, of the Atlanta Typographical Union, Local 48, consist of correspondence, minutes, financial documents, and printed material. They illuminate in detail the activities of the local -- membership campaigns, internal judicial and business matters, dealings with the Atlanta Typothetae and individual employers, and strikes and lockouts.
Dates: 1895-1939, 1948-1970
Scope and Content of the Collection The collection contains seventy-three contracts dated 1898-1987.
Abstract: The Richmond Typographical Union Local 90 was chartered in 1866 by the National Typographical Union and in 1872 by the International Typographical Union. The local was affiliated with the AFL until 1937 and then re-affiliated in 1943, and also with the Virginia-Carolinas Typographical Conference, the Virginia Allied Printing Trades Council and the Central Trades and Labor Council. In 1971, the union broke up. The Records, 1886-1974, of the Richmond Typographical Union Local 90 consist of...
Abstract: The International Typographical Union, Local 299 (Tampa, Fla.), records, 1901-1976, contain correspondence, minutes, legal & financial documents, membership rosters, and printed material. The correspondence is primarily with officers of the International Typographical Union and concerns union disciplinary cases, as do the legal documents. The financial records include dues ledgers, tas forms, and life insurance policies. The printed items relate to apprenticeship applications and...
Abstract: The Women's International Auxiliary to the International Typographical Union (AFL-CIO) existed from 1902-1990. The main functions performed by the WIA were raising awareness about union products and about the union label, fund raising projects (i.e., to help out the Printer's Retirement Home), assisting ITU locals, and aiding members and their families in times of need. The collection consists of materials that primarily relate to conventions, publication, photographs and audio material, office...
- Printers -- Labor unions 5
- Atlanta (Ga.) 3
- Printers 3
- Typographers 3
- Industrial relations 2
- Labor union locals 2
- Printing industry 2
- Printing industry -- Employees -- Labor unions 2
- Tampa (Fla.) 2
- Collective labor agreements 1
- Jacksonville (Fla.) 1
- Labor disputes 1
- Newspaper employees 1
- Newspaper employees -- Labor unions 1
- Richmond (Va.) 1
- Strikes and lockouts 1
- Strikes and lockouts -- Printers 1
- Virginia 1
- Washington (D.C.) 1
- Women -- Societies and clubs 1
- Women in the labor movement 1
- contracts 1
- correspondence 1
- financial records 1
- minutes (administrative records) 1 ∧ less
- International Typographical Union. Local 48 (Atlanta, Ga.) 2
- Communications Workers of America 1
- International Typographical Union. Local 299 (Tampa, Fla.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Local 90 (Richmond, Va.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Women's International Auxiliary 1