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United Furniture Workers of America records

 Collection
Identifier: L1979-09
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...
Dates: 1939-1977

United Furniture Workers of America contracts and agreements collection

 Collection
Identifier: L-contracts_UFWA
Abstract:

The Contracts and Agreements Collection of the United Furniture Workers of America (1905-1975) includes agreements and contracts between UFWA locals and companies located throughout the United States.

Dates: 1905-1975

AFL-CIO Region 8 records

 Collection
Identifier: L1974-15
Abstract: AFL-CIO Region 8 records are organized into five series: (I) United Textile Workers of America, 1934-1937; (II) Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC)/Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA), 1937-1940; (III) Tennessee State Industrial Union Council (TSIUC-CIO), 1940-1953; (IV) Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), Region 4 (Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, and South Carolina), 1953-1955; and (V) AFL-CIO Region 8, 1955-1969. The periods of Paul R. Christopher's career as a...
Dates: 1933-1969

[United Furniture Workers of America (UFWA-CIO) organizing], 1940s, undated

 File — Box 8: Series II, Folder: 3
Identifier: II
Scope and Content of the Series From the Series: During the 1940s, Mike H. Ross worked with the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers and then as an International Representative for the United Furniture Workers of America - Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and part of the CIO's "Operation Dixie". Operation Dixie was a movement during the 1940s by the CIO to organize southern labor into unions. The South was not labor-friendly during this time, especially to organizations or people who wanted to do away with Jim...
Dates: 1940s, undated

United Furniture Workers of America (UFWA-CIO) newsletters, various locals, 1947

 File — Box 4: Series II, Folder: 10
Identifier: II
Scope and Content of the Series From the Series: During the 1940s, Mike H. Ross worked with the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers and then as an International Representative for the United Furniture Workers of America - Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and part of the CIO's "Operation Dixie". Operation Dixie was a movement during the 1940s by the CIO to organize southern labor into unions. The South was not labor-friendly during this time, especially to organizations or people who wanted to do away with Jim...
Dates: 1947

United Furniture Workers of America (UFWA-CIO), Thomasville Chair Company Newsletter, March 1947

 File — Box 4: Series II, Folder: 9
Identifier: II
Scope and Content of the Series From the Series: During the 1940s, Mike H. Ross worked with the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers and then as an International Representative for the United Furniture Workers of America - Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and part of the CIO's "Operation Dixie". Operation Dixie was a movement during the 1940s by the CIO to organize southern labor into unions. The South was not labor-friendly during this time, especially to organizations or people who wanted to do away with Jim...
Dates: March 1947

UFWA Common Sense (United Furniture Workers of America), March 1950

 File — Box 180
Scope and Contents of the Collection From the Collection:

The Labor Periodicals Collection is a collection of printed journals, newspapers, newsletters and other published materials separated from various Southern Labor Archives organizational collections, or acquired through subscription. Most titles are the official publications of AFL-CIO affiliated labor organizations, primarily in the Southeast, however the collection also includes many national and international union publications.

Dates: March 1950

Sealy - Southeast, Memphis, TN and United Furniture Workers of America [UFWA], Local 282

 Item — Box 3344: Series II, Folder: 2
Identifier: II
Scope and Content of Part Two From the Series: This series contains the typescript hearings of approximately 500 cases, covering the above years and employing the following format: "In the Matter of Arbitration Concerning [X] Between Company [X], City, State and Union, Local No. [or other identifier], Arbitrator: [Crane], Re: [specific legal code], Hearing: [date, location, city and state], Post Hearing Brief Filed by the Company on: [date], Grievance [number], Filed: [date], Appearances: For the Union [list, typically containing...
Dates: 1979

UFWA 1010 News Bulletin (United Furniture Workers of America. Local 1010 (Los Angeles, Calif.)), February 1956

 File — Box 180
Scope and Contents of the Collection From the Collection:

The Labor Periodicals Collection is a collection of printed journals, newspapers, newsletters and other published materials separated from various Southern Labor Archives organizational collections, or acquired through subscription. Most titles are the official publications of AFL-CIO affiliated labor organizations, primarily in the Southeast, however the collection also includes many national and international union publications.

Dates: February 1956

UFWA Rank and File Committee for CIO Bulletin (United Furniture Workers of America. Rank and File Committee for CIO), January 1950

 File — Box 186
Scope and Contents of the Collection From the Collection:

The Labor Periodicals Collection is a collection of printed journals, newspapers, newsletters and other published materials separated from various Southern Labor Archives organizational collections, or acquired through subscription. Most titles are the official publications of AFL-CIO affiliated labor organizations, primarily in the Southeast, however the collection also includes many national and international union publications.

Dates: January 1950

Organizing and Arbitration, 1930-1955

 Series
Identifier: II
Scope and Content of the Series During the 1940s, Mike H. Ross worked with the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers and then as an International Representative for the United Furniture Workers of America - Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and part of the CIO's "Operation Dixie". Operation Dixie was a movement during the 1940s by the CIO to organize southern labor into unions. The South was not labor-friendly during this time, especially to organizations or people who wanted to do away with Jim...
Dates: 1930-1955

L. Southern Labor Archives

 Record Group
Identifier: L