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Abstract: Edmund Torbush was a member of the Atlanta Typographical Union (International Typographical Union, Local 48) who worked for Atlanta Newspapers, Inc. His papers include correspondence, minutes, news clippings, printed materials, pamphlets, photographs pertaining to the International Typographical Union, the Atlanta Typographical Union, and its Women's Auxiliary. The papers also contains artifacts used in the typesetting profession.
Abstract: The records of Atlanta Graphic Communications Local Union No. 8 [bulk date 1940s-1980s] include agreements, negotiations, financial documents, contracts, training materials, and election materials. A number of predecessors of the local are represented in the records.
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 records, 1897-1972, of the International Typographical Union, Local 104 (Birmingham, Ala.), comprise correspondence, grievances, minutes, financial documents, membership data, testimony, and printed materials such as newspaper clippings, handbills, newsletters, constitutions, contracts, pamphlets, and proceedings. Most of the correspondence is between Local 104 and the International Typographical Union on such topics as union administration, union standards on wages and working conditions,...
Abstract: The records of the International Typographical Union, Local 162 (Jacksonville, Fla.) consist of correspondence and financial documents, 1945-1971.
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...
- Labor union locals 3
- Printing industry 3
- Industrial relations 2
- Typographers 2
- Apprentices 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) 1
- Birmingham (Ala.) 1
- Equal rights amendments 1
- Georgia 1
- Jacksonville (Fla.) 1
- Labor laws and legislation 1
- Labor leaders 1
- Labor unions -- Organizing 1
- Printers 1
- Printing industry -- Employees 1
- Richmond (Va.) 1
- Strikes and lockouts 1
- Typesetting 1
- Virginia 1
- Women -- Societies and clubs 1
- Women in the labor movement 1
- pamphlets 1
- photographs 1 ∧ less
- International Typographical Union 2
- Amalgamated Lithographers of America. Local Union 51 (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Communications Workers of America 1
- Graphic Communications International Union. Local 8-M (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America. Printing Specialities and Paper Products Union Local 8 (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America. Printing Specialties and Paper Products Union Local 527 (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Local 104 (Birmingham, Ala.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Local 162 (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Local 48 (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Local 90 (Richmond, Va.) 1
- International Typographical Union. Women's International Auxiliary 1
- National Typographical Union (U.S.). Local 90 (Richmond, Va.) 1
- Richmond Typothetae (Richmond, Va.) 1
- Torbush, Edmund 1
- Virginia-Carolinas Typographical Conference 1 ∧ less