Found in 61 Collections and/or Records:
Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization records, Executive Vice President's files [Series II]
Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization records, Public Relations and Newsclippings [Series XIV]
Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization records, Regional Vice President's files [Series III]
The collection of Ray Stepp, 1965-1976, contain correspondence which reveals the intended and later merging of North and South Carolina Pipe Trades Association with the Tennessee Pipe Trades Association.
The Southeastern Building Trade Conference is an umbrella organization uniting building trade unions from the southeastern states: Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The Southeastern Building Trade Conference records include financial records, correspondence, minutes, and resolutions.
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.
The Southern Labor Archives Photographs Collection is comprised of the photographic components of manuscript collections and collections that contain only photographic materials. When possible, the title of the collection links to the finding aid for the associated collection.
The Southern States Apprenticeship Conference (SSAC) records include documentation for all stages of preparation, planning, operation, participation, and activity of the annual conference.
This collection contains newspaper clippings, contracts, and strike bulletins from the Standard Allied Trade Council (Louisville, Ky.). The collection ranges from 1966-1975, with a few materials from 1946 and 1956.
One working card book, entries dated 1910-1913, for the Structural Building Trades Alliance in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Georgia-Tennessee-Alabama Area Joint Board of the Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA-GTA) provides support and leadership to the several TWUA local unions in northwest Georgia, northeast Alabama, and the Chattanooga area of Tennessee. Its records, 1952-1980, consist of correspondence, minutes, contract negotiation papers, grievance cases and printed items of the six TWUA Local unions in the area.
The United Food & Commercial Workers Union of America, Local 204 (Charlotte, N.C.) records, 1977-1994, consist of financial and membership records, organizing materials, contract negotiations, grievances, office files, and correspondence. UFCW Local 204 is based in Charlotte, North Carolina and primarily represents the interests of grocery store and nursing home employees.
United Food & Commercial Workers Union of America, Local 204 (Winston-Salem, N.C.) records, 1976-1996, consist of grievances, contract negotiations, office files, newspaper clippings, NLRB cases, legal files, and financial records. UFCW Local 204 was based in Charlotte, North Carolina, before moving to Winston-Salem and primarily represents the interests of grocery store and nursing home employees.
The Virginia State AFL-CIO was organized in Richmond, Virginia in 1956 after the merger of the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations. The records of the Virginia State AFL-CIO (1963-1984) include executive board meeting minutes, voting records, newsletters, correspondence, Committee on Political Education (COPE) documents, conference materials, budgets, and financial reports.