Labor union locals
Subject Source: Fast
Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract: International Association of Machinists Local Lodge 89 existed in Cheyenne, Wyoming during the late 19th and into the twentieth century. The records includes minutes, financial records, correspondence, rolls and dues lists, administrative records of the Ladies Auxiliary, railroad maintenance booklets, and other general administrative records and items.
Dates: 1892-1972; Majority of material found within 1919 - 1940
Abstract: The Records, 1893-1971, of Lodge No. 1, the founding lodge of the International Association of Machinists, are composed principally of minutes that describe the problems faced by a railroad lodge as automobiles, busses, trucks and airplanes made profound changes in the transportation industry. Financial documents, that record the Lodge's varying economic situation through seven decades, constitute the bulk of the remaining records.
Abstract: International Association of Machinists Lodge 10 (Richmond, VA) Records, 1888-1957, consist primarily of financial documents, 1888-1956, and minute books, 1891-1957.
Abstract: The International Association of Machinists Local 34 (Kenosha, Wisconsin) was chartered in 1897. The local's records include correspondence, newspaper clippings, contracts, agreements, photographs and charters, documenting its history, 1905 to 1988.
Abstract: International Association of Machinists, Lodge 8 (Macon, Georgia) Records, 1901-1978, consist of bound ledgers recording expenses, receipt of union dues, and other income. Also included are financial ledgers from two other Macon IAM lodges (locals 842 and 918) that merged into Lodge 8.
Scope and Content of the Records The Records, 1944-1977, of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 175 (Chattanooga, Tenn.), comprise primarily correspondence, minutes, and financial documents of two IBEW local unions in Chattanooga, 175 and 662, as well as of the Electrical Workers Welfare Association in the area. The bulk of the Records pertains to Local 175, although records of Radio & Television Workers Local 662, which was merged into Local 175 in 1974, constitute a substantial sub-series. Major issues...
Abstract: The collection consists of records of Local 1965 (Tallahassee, Fla.) of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers from 1949-1967. The records include correspondence (1953-1967) mainly with Vice-President G.X. Baxter, minutes (1953-1966), attendance ledgers (1956-1961), legal documents, financial documents (1956-1963), and minutes and attendance ledgers of the Sub-Local 624 (Tallahassee, Fla.). The records deal mainly with apprenticeship training programs, administration of journeyman...
Abstract: Members of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 508 (Savannah, Ga.), work in the construction industry. The records of the local are comprised of bylaws, correspondence, contract agreements, and documentation of the apprenticeship program, 1944-1984.
Abstract: Correspondence, legal documents, membership applications, injury reports, list of retired members, and other items. Includes material relating to legal proceedings against Georgia Power Company (1945-1975) and Southwire Company, Carrollton, Ga. (1957-1970); Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; and minutes of North Georgia Building and Construction Trades Council. Correspondents include Harry Bexley, business manager, Local 613.
Abstract: The records of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 84, 1923-1986 (bulk 1971-1986), consist primarily of the administrative, office, and reference files of J.W. Giles, documenting the day-to-day operations of the union as well as Giles' interactions with the executive and international boards of the IBEW.
Dates: 1923-1986; Majority of material found within 1971 - 1986
Abstract: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 84 (Atlanta, Ga.) records, circa 1910s-2000s, consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, contracts, negotiations, agreements, by-laws, arbitration, grievances, and membership records. Headquartered in the Atlanta area, Local 84 represents employees of Georgia Power in various locations.
Abstract: The records of International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades Local 30 (Savannah, Ga.) consist of office files, ledgers, publications, and some separated material. The collection includes dues and minute books from "colored" Local 1463 which joined Local 30 in the 1960s.
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Local 728 (Atlanta, Ga.) records
Abstract: International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Local 728 (Atlanta, Ga.) Local 728 (Atlanta, Georgia) founded in the 1930s, thrived in the 1950s under the leadership of President R. C. Cook and Secretary-Treasurer Weldon Mathis. The records primarily consist of grievance cases, 1958-1967, and a small amount of material related to organizing.
Abstract: The guide to this collection has been created from one of the Southern Labor Archives' legacy finding aids, which has not been updated since the time of processing.
Abstract: The records of the International Typographical Union, Local 11, 1855-1862, 1908-1952, consist of a 100th Anniversary program of the Memphis Typographical Union as well as photocopies of a New Member Obligation Book and a Treasurer's Book.
Dates: 1855-1862, 1908-1952
Abstract: The records of the International Typographical Union, Local 162 (Jacksonville, Fla.) consist of correspondence and financial documents, 1945-1971.
Abstract: The Records, 1920-1972, of the International Typographical Union, Local 162 (Jacksonville, Fla.), include financial documents, minutes, printed materials, and correspondence.
Abstract: International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, Local 191 of Rome, Georgia, originated the significant 1969 strike against GE that led to an eventual federal lawsuit. Its records, 1953-1997, include documentation covering the daily operations, communications, and organization of the union.
Abstract: The James A. Parker papers, 1948, 1975 contain a news clipping regarding the dedication of a union hall in Hampton, SC, named for Mr. Parker and the 1948 year book of the South Carolina Federation of Labor as well as a copy of the membership application to Local 1992.
Dates: 1948, 1975