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Abstract The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 2598T (Enka, N.C.) represents workers who first organized as rayon workers of American Enka Corporation. The mill has chiefly produced Rayon and Nylon, although currently produces only carpeting. Although organized by the United Textile Workers of America (UTWA) for most of its existence, the local is now a textile peripheral of UFCW. At its height, the local had 1500 members which has since dwindled to approximately 200. This collection...
Abstract: The collection consists of the records of the United Textile Workers of America, Southern Region, Area A from 1956-1975. Correspondence (1957-1972) comprises the bulk of the collection. The company files (1957-1967) contain NLRB case material, minutes of negotiation meetings, contract proposals, and financial statements. The collection also includes activity reports, printed material, financial documents, and photographs.
Abstract: The Records, 1972-1973, of the United Textile Workers of America, Southern Region Area B, consist of correspondence and various printed material created by Roy Whitmire as regional codirector. Correspondents include Everrett (also Southern Codirector) and the International officers and representatives of the TWUA. Topics discussed include NLRB elections, UTWA and TWUA organizing efforts, labor education.
- Labor unions -- Organizing 2
- North Carolina 2
- Asheville (N.C.) 1
- Grievance arbitration 1
- Industrial relations 1
- United Textile Workers of America 2
- American Enka Company 1
- Baldanzi, George 1
- Dean, Everett 1
- Jervis, John E. (John Elwood), 1909-1984 1
- Schaufenbil, Frances 1
- Textile Workers Union of America 1
- United Food and Commercial Workers International Union 1
- United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. Local 2598T (Enka, N.C.) 1
- United States. National Labor Relations Board 1
- United Textile Workers of America. Local 2598 (Enka, N.C.) 1
- United Textile Workers of America. Southern Region. Area A 1
- United Textile Workers of America. Southern Region. Area B 1 ∧ less