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Abstract: E. Leon Stamey was Field Representative for the Organizing Department of the AFL-CIO, of Atlanta, Georgia. His papers, 1971-1975, include AFL-CIO organizing campaign files, subject files on other organizing campaigns, general files, correspondence, and printed material. The papers include some personal materials.
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Local Lodge 480 (Oak Ridge, Tenn.) records
Abstract: The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local Lodge 480 of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, also known as the Atomic Local 480, was chartered in 1946. The community of Oak Ridge was developed in 1942 and managed by the Army of the United States to facilitate production of the Atomic bomb for the Manhattan Project during World War II. The Oak Ridge community was kept secret until WWII was over; the union was then formed under the AFL-CIO. The Atomic Local 480 dealt with issues...
Dates: 1938-2010; Majority of material found within 1952 - 1987
Abstract: The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Photograph Collection largely consists of black and white 8" x 10" photographs which were used in its publications, the Machinists Monthly Journal and later, the Machinist.
Dates: circa 1890-1980; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1975
Abstract: The United Machinists and Mechanical Engineers of America was founded in 1888. In 1889, the name changed to the National Association of Machinists. Two years later, it became known as the International Association of Machinists and in 1965, this was changed to the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Collection documents the growth of a machinists union, founded in Atlanta, into an international union....
Dates: 1891-2002; Majority of material found within 1935 - 1989
Abstract: John Gates Ramsay, born 1902, was a steelworker early in his career, serving as a vice-president and president of local unions. He joined the new Steel Workers Organizing Committee of the CIO in 1936. From 1940 he was a member of the organizing staff of the USWA, serving in their Southern organizing drive in 1946-1953. He then worked in the national CIO office in Washington. Ramsay's unique emphasis was to develop contacts with religious leaders and groups that might be useful in the labor...
Abstract: Knoxville Central Labor Union published East Tennessee Labor News from 1933-1970. The collection consists of print copies of the East Tennessee Labor News, 1945-1970. The collection also contains undated photographs and reports.
Abstract: The Labor Songbooks collection is an artificial collection of printed songbooks containing labor songs (1937-1988). Materials are usually received by Special Collections along with donated manuscript collections.
Dates: 1937-1988, undated
Abstract The North Georgia Building and Construction Trades Council (NGBCTC) represents the legal interests of building and trades unions throughout North Georgia, as well as promoting the livelihood of local building trades and settling jurisdictional disputes between unions. These records (circa 1950s-2000s) consist of periodicals, political materials, correspondence, collective bargaining materials, contracts, minutes, charity and event organization materials, directories, project materials, videos,...
Abstract The records, 1950-1972, of the South Carolina Labor Council, AFL-CIO, consist mainly of correspondence.
Abstract The Southern Labor Archives Pamphlet Collection is an artificial collection of original pamphlets, reports, articles, directories, and other printed materials, that were donated over the years to the Archives. It is organized by subject.
Dates: circa 1969-1990
Abstract: The Labor Periodicals Collection is a collection of printed journals, newspapers, newsletters and other published materials separated from Southern Labor Archives organizational collections or acquired through subscription. Consult Special Collections staff for detailed holdings or consult the Georgia State University Library catalog.
Dates: 1888-2012 (bulk 1907-2001)
Abstract: The Records, 1937-1979, of the Tennessee State Labor Council consist of correspondence, literature on pending state legislation affecting labor,
state of the stateaddresses of the Tennessee governors, and legislative bulletins and newsletters.
Abstract: In 1937, dissident members of the Upholsterers' International Union of North America formed the new United Furniture Workers of America (UFWA), and affiliated with the Congress of Industrial Organizations. The UFWA records, 1939-1977, document the Union's relationship with the CIO and later the AFL-CIO, and other unions. The contains includes records relating to the UFWA administrative and operational units, including minutes of the General Executive Branch, International Executive Committee,...
Abstract: The collection consists of the records of the University and College Labor Education Association and its predecessor, the University Labor Education Association from 1955-1996. Includes correspondence, minutes, financial statements, reports, member directories, printed materials, audiotapes, and photographs documenting the emergence of labor education as an academic discipline. Contains information pertaining to adult and citizenship education; the Occupational Safety and Health Administration;...
- Names: AFL-CIO X
- Labor unions -- Organizing 5
- Labor leaders 4
- Labor unions -- Political activity 4
- Central labor councils 3
- Industrial relations 3
- Labor union locals 3
- Labor unions 3
- Machinists -- Labor unions 3
- periodicals 3
- Aircraft industry -- Employees 2
- Aircraft industry -- Employees -- Labor unions 2
- Atlanta (Ga.) 2
- Building trades 2
- Georgia 2
- Labor unions -- Jurisdictional disputes 2
- Labor unions and education 2
- Machinists 2
- Oak Ridge (Tenn.) 2
- South Carolina 2
- Tennessee 2
- minutes (administrative records) 2
- reports 2
- Aircraft industry 1
- Arbitration, Industrial 1
- Arkansas 1
- Bartenders 1
- Building trades -- Employees -- Labor unions 1
- Church work with the working class 1
- Collective bargaining 1
- Columbia (S.C.) 1
- Florida 1
- Furniture industry and trade 1
- Furniture workers 1
- Furniture workers -- Labor unions 1
- Hotels -- Employees 1
- Iron and steel workers 1
- Iron and steel workers -- Labor unions 1
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 1
- Labor -- Religious aspects -- Christianity 1
- Labor laws and legislation 1
- Labor movement 1
- Labor movement -- Study and teaching 1
- Labor unions -- Mergers 1
- Labor unions -- Periodicals 1
- Labor unions and communism 1
- Laundry workers 1
- Little Rock (Ark.) 1
- Macon (Ga.) 1
- Milwaukee (Wis.) 1
- Newspapers 1
- Professional employees 1
- Restaurants -- Employees 1
- Southern States 1
- Strikes and lockouts 1
- Tampa (Fla.) 1
- Textile workers 1
- Universities and colleges -- Curricula 1
- Upholstery trade -- Employees 1
- White collar workers 1
- Wisconsin 1
- Women labor union members 1
- Working class -- Songs and music 1
- articles 1
- black-and-white photographs 1
- correspondence 1
- directories 1
- financial records 1
- magazines (periodicals) 1
- newsletters 1
- newspapers 1
- office files 1
- pamphlets 1
- photographs 1
- sound recordings 1
- souvenir programs 1
- speeches (documents) 1
- surveys (documents) 1
- videotapes 1 ∧ less