Guide to the UE General Executive Board Special Committee Records, 1944-1966 UE.2.2

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
UE General Executive Board Special Committee Records
Creator
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. General Executive Board.
Collection Number
UE.2.2
Date
1944-1966
Extent
10.0 linear feet  (8 boxes)
Abstract
This collection contains correspondence, minutes, and research regarding three special committees set up by the General Executive Board of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE): the National Defense Committee, National Fair Practices Committee, and National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee.

Preferred Citation

UE General Executive Board Special Committee Records, 1944-1966, UE.2.2, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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History

The General Executive Board of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) is responsible for advising and monitoring the actions of the general officers, determining the wage paid to national officers, issuing and revoking charters, and handling the union’s financial arrangements. Beginning in the mid-1940s, the General Executive Board began to establish special committees to research specific problems posing an immediate threat to the union or its potential members. The National Servicemen’s and Veteran’s Welfare Committee investigated the readjustment of returning war veterans to civilian life and the workforce. The National Fair Practices Committee discussed racial discrimination in company policy and the work place. Lastly, the National Defense Committee advocated the plight of union officers who were held in contempt for citing the Fifth Amendment when refusing to answer questions by the House Un-American Activities Committee.

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Scope and Content Notes

This collection contains correspondence, minutes, and research regarding three special committees set up by the General Executive Board of the UE: the National Defense Committee, National Fair Practices Committee, and National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee. Research includes newspaper clippings and congressional legislation.

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Arrangement

Series 2.2.1. National Defense Committee

Series 2.2.2. National Fair Practices Committee

Series 2.2.3. National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, May 2009

University of Pittsburgh Library System
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Access Restrictions

No Restrictions.

Copyright

The University of Pittsburgh holds the property rights to the material in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by the original creator/author. Researchers are therefore advised to follow the regulations set forth in the U.S. Copyright Code when publishing, quoting, or reproducing material from this collection without the consent of the creator/author or that go beyond what is allowed by fair use.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the United Electrical, Radio, and Marchine Workers of America in 1975, 1976, and 1986.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Archives Service Center staff and reprocessed by Zachary Brodt in August 2008.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. National Defense Committee.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. National Fair Practices Committee.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. -- History
  • United States. Committee on Fair Employment Practice.
  • United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities.

Personal Name(s)

  • Emspak, Julius, 1904-1962
  • Matles, James J.
  • Quinn, Thomas J.
  • Thompson, Ernest, 1907-1971

Subject(s)

  • African Americans -- Employment -- United States
  • Discrimination in employment -- United States
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor
  • Labor unions -- Organizing -- United States
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions and communism -- United States
  • Self-incrimination -- United States
  • Social action
  • Women -- Employment -- United States
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Veterans -- United States

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Previous Citation

UE General Executive Board Special Committee Records, 1944-1966, UE.2.2, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

The series in this subgroup were merged from three collections which have been previously cited as: Records of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) National Defense Committee, 1950-1951, UE:NO-NDC, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh. Records of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) National Fair Practices Committee, 1945-1966, UE:NO-NFPC, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh. Records of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee, 1944-1946, UE:NSVWC, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh.

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Collection Inventory

Series  2.2.1. National Defense Committee 1950-1951 

Scope and Contents note

The UE established the National Defense Committee in 1950 to publicize the plight of its union officers held in contempt of Congress for citing the Fifth Amendment in refusing to answer questions posed by the House Un-American Activities Committee. UE President Albert Fitzgerald chaired the Committee and UE International Representative Clifford McAvoy served as secretary. An additional five to seven representatives from various UE locals completed the Defense Committee. In an attempt to reverse the charges of contempt of Congress, the Defense Committee sent telegrams, postcards and letters to members of Congress and U.S. Attorney General Howard McGrath. The Committee also distributed informational leaflets and the UE publications “Why All the Frame Ups,” “Frame Ups,” and “Stop the Frame Ups Against Our Union.” Although seven members of the UE faced contempt of Congress charges, five members, including UE Director of Organization James Matles, were acquitted by the spring of 1951. Special attention was then placed on the cases of UE Secretary/Treasurer Julius Emspak and UE District Six officer Thomas Quinn, who were incarcerated and denied bail while awaiting the outcome of their cases. The Defense Committee files cease in June 1951 when Clifford McAvoy was removed as Committee secretary to pursue organizational campaigns.

The bulk of the files consist of correspondence between the National Defense Committee and district offices, which center on fundraising events and other district activities. Several files contain donations and positive responses from individuals outside the UE and concern the UE publications “Why All the Frame Ups,” “Frame Ups,” and “Stop the Frame Ups Against Our Union.” Also included are Defense Committee meeting minutes (national) and member lists (national and district level). The file entitled “Information” contains the Committee’s program and record of action. Finally, these files contain the reports of a union organizer who was one of the seven union members charged with contempt of Congress.

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Correspondence: District 1, 1950-1951 11
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Correspondence: District 2, 1950-1951 2
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Correspondence: District 3, 1950-1951 3
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Correspondence: District 4, 1950-1951 4
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Correspondence: District 5, 1950-1951 5
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Correspondence: District 6, 1950-1951 6
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Correspondence: District 7, 1950-1951 7
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Correspondence: District 8, 1950-1951 8
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Correspondence: District 9, 1950-1951 9
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Correspondence: District 10, 1950-1951 10
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Correspondence: District 11, 1950-1951 11
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Correspondence: Outside UE, 1950-1951 12
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Form Letter, undated 13
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Information, 1951 14
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Lists, 1950 15
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Outside Responses to "Why the Frame Ups", 1950-1951 16-17
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Tice, Esther, 1951 18

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Series  2.2.2. National Fair Practices Committee 1949-1956 

Scope and Contents note

In 1947, the UE National Convention passed a resolution “Against Discrimination,” which included a section calling for the establishment of Fair Practices Committees at every level of the union. These committees were intended to further the General Executive Board’s stated goal of eliminating discrimination in employment and within the union’s own ranks. The 1947 resolution also called into existence a National Fair Practices Committee (FPC) to provide guidance and direction to the various district and local committees. As part of its mission, the FPC published educational material and guides to action against discrimination, which were distributed to UE districts and locals, as well as outside organizations. Issues receiving particular emphasis in this literature were inequalities in access to better paying positions within the workforce and limited access to leadership positions within the union. The earnings gaps between black and white workers and between men and women were especially highlighted, as were discriminatory insurance policies.

The 1950 UE National Convention expanded the capabilities of the Fair Practices Committee by providing it with a full-time secretary. Ernest Thompson, an African-American UE staffer who had previously worked as a field organizer and as business agent for several New Jersey UE locals, served as Chair from 1951 to 1956. Around 1956, the FPC program expanded to include issues like improving minority education, desegregating union organizing in the South, electing candidates who endorsed desegregation, supporting the passage of federal and state fair employment legislation, and training minorities for leadership positions within the UE. Although the FPC decreased in prominence after 1956, fair practices resolutions continued to appear at UE National Conventions through 1958 and minority rights remained a matter of perennial concern to the union.

These records include correspondence, publications, newspaper articles, resolutions, congressional bills, reports, press releases, and conference proceedings and resolutions. The files address the need to end discrimination against minorities by increasing employment, eliminating wage differentials, and improving the general working conditions of all minorities. In an attempt to encourage activity at the local level, the FPC presented the Tiffin Award to locals that distinguished themselves in combating discrimination. The series also documents the union’s active interest in nationally publicized cases of discrimination against minorities, such as the Willie McGee and Harold Ward cases. Additional files on the Federal Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) indicate actions taken by the union to encourage enforcement of federal anti-discrimination regulations at national and state levels. Extensive files exist for the UE National Conferences on the Problems of Working Women, which the Fair Practices Committee coordinated. Held annually between 1953 and 1956, the Women’s Conferences enabled delegates from UE locals across the country to exchange information and develop strategies to address problems facing women workers. Topics of interest included the problems of speed-up, rate differentials, maternity leave, the need for legislative action, and civil rights. These files include delegate correspondence, typescripts of speeches, resolutions, and conference summaries.

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Congressional Bills: Civil Liberties Violations, 1953 21
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Congressional Bills: Discrimination in Employment, 1953-1955 2
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Correspondence: General Electric, 1950 3
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Correspondence: Government Officials, 1949-1956 4
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Discrimination: Government Information, 1950-1955 05-06
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Federal Fair Employment Practices Committee: UE Activity, 1945-1966 7
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Federal Fair Employment Practices Committee: UE Publications, 1952-1965 08-09
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Federal Fair Employment Practices Committee: UE Telegrams, 1953 10
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Group Relations: Conferences, 1950-1954 11
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Leaflets: UE Locals, 1953-1954 12
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Mimeographed Material: Miscellaneous, 1950-1954 13
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Miscellaneous, 1949-1955 14
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Newspaper Clippings, 1955-1956 15
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Press Releases, 1950-1955 16
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Printed Material, 1950-1954 17
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Statement and Drafts by the UE, 1953 18
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Tiffin Award: Correspondence, 1955-1956 19
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Tiffin Award: Miscellaneous, 1955 20
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Reports: District 4, 1955 21
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Reports: District 7, 1955 22
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Reports: District 9, 1955 23
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Reports: District 11, 1955 24
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UE Fair Practices Committee: Districts 1, 1949-1954 25
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UE Fair Practices Committee: District 2, 1951-1954 26
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UE Fair Practices Committee: District 3, 1949-1956 27-28
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UE Fair Practices Committee: District 4, 1949-1956 301-02
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UE Fair Practices Committee: Districts 6, 1950-1956 3
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UE Fair Practices Committee: District 7, 1950-1956 04-05
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UE Fair Practices Committee: District 8, 1950-1954 6
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UE Fair Practices Committee: Districts 9, 1950-1956 7
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UE Fair Practices Committee: Districts 10, 1950-1956 8
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UE Fair Practices Committee: Districts 11, 1950-1956 9
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UE Fair Practices Committee: Meeting Information, 1950-1956 10
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UE Pamphlets: Listing and Number Sold, 1952 11
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Correspondence: National and Local Trade Unions, 1951-1953 12
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Council on African Affairs, 1952-1954 13
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Gilbert, Leon: Discrimination in the Military, 1950-1951 14
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Harlem Trade Union Council, 1950-1951 15
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Martinsville Seven Case, 1950-1951 16
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McGee, Willie, 1951 17
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1950-1953 18
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National Negro Labor Council: Correspondence, 1951-1956 19-20
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National Negro Labor Council: Organizational Report, 1953 21
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Negro History Week, 1956 22
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Negro Labor Councils, 1951-1954 23
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Newspaper Clippings, 1951-1957 24
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Pittsburgh Courier, 1954-1955 25
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Puerto Rico: Minimum Wage, 1954-1955 26
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Smith Act, undated 27
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Special Material, 1950-1953 28
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United Auto Workers: Local 600 Material, 1951-1953 29
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Urban League, 1952-1956 30
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Ward, Harold: Frame-Up Case, 1952 31
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1st UE National Conference on the Problems Of Working Women, New York City, 1953 401-03
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2nd UE National Conference on the Problems Of Working Women, New York City, 1954 04-06
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3rd UE National Conference on the Problems Of Working Women, Washington. D. C., 1955 07-08
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4th UE National Conference on the Problems Of Working Women, New York City, 1956 09-12
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Equal Pay, 1952-1954 13-14
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General Electric, 1954-1955 15
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Memos, Correspondence, Reports (UE), 1950-1955 16
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Survey on Rates, 1953-1954 17
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Unemployment Compensation Case, 1954 18
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UE Fair Practices Committee Kit, 1953 19
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Ward v. General Electric (Rate Differentials), 1954 20
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Women’s Bureau: General Information, 1949-1951 21

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Series  2.2.3. National Servicemen's and Veterans' Welfare Committee 1949-1956 

Scope and Contents note

The UE predicted near the very beginning of the United States’ entry into World War II that veterans and servicemen would constitute approximately 20-30 percent of the workforce during the post-war period. The union believed that integrating returning servicemen into the UE was essential for its survival, since these returning servicemen and veterans would increase union membership and help maintain a cohesive union force in organized shops.

The origins of the UE National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee (SVWC) can be traced to January 14, 1944, when UE President Albert Fitzgerald gave an introductory address at a CIO Political Action Committee Conference devoted to a national program for veterans. On August 1, 1944, the National Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committee met and elected James McLeish chairman. At the same meeting, the committee decided the number of veterans committees at the local level needed to be increased. The SVWC worked in cooperation with veteran organizations such as the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars to help servicemen confront problems created by demobilization. In late 1944, the UE published the pamphlet “When You Come Back” to facilitate veteran’s readjustment to civilian life. On January 10, 1945, Thomas Neill was appointed executive secretary of the Committee. By June 9, 1945 every UE district had at least one local that was sending UE News to members in the armed services and selling the “UE Guide for Servicemen’s and Veterans’ Welfare Committees.” The Committee’s activities are not documented beyond 1946 and it was likely dissolved around that time.

This series includes: committee correspondence, reports, and publications; executive secretary’s correspondence with districts; CIO and veterans’ organizations correspondence and publications; and information on federal legislation and programs.

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Community Action, 1945 51
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Cover Letter on Guide for S.V.W.C., 1945 2
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Distribution of UE News to Servicemen, 1945 3
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Guide to S.V.W.C., 1945 4
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Hartwell, A.A., 1944-1945 5
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Letter to Locals: Purchase of “W.Y.C.B”, 1945 6
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Letter to Locals: Setting Up S.V.W.C., 1945 7
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Local Welfare Committee, 1944 8
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Maintenance of Membership: Escape Clause, 1945 9
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Meeting Minutes/Reports: S.V.W.C., 1944-1945 10
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Memorandum Action for Jobs, 1945 11
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Miscellaneous, 1945 12
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National S.V.W.C.: Activities , 1945-1946 13-14
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Neill, Tom, 1945 15
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News Releases: Veterans, 1944-1945 16
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Program for Veterans, 1944-1946 17-18
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Publications: Pamphlets, 1943-1945 19
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Questionnaires: Activities of UE S.V.W.C., 1945 20-21
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Releases: Poster and Questionnaire, 1945 22
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Releases: To Local S.V.W.C., 1945 23
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Report of S.V.W.C. to General Executive Board, 1945 24
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State Legislation Pertaining to Veterans, 1945 25
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Veterans’ Page in UE News, 1944-1945 26
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Veterans’ Training Classes, Philadelphia-Chicago, 1945 27
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Washington Office, 1944-1945 28
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“When You Come Back” (W.Y.C.B.), 1944 29
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Comments, 1945 30
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Promotion, 1944-1945 31-34
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World Federation of Democratic Youth, 1945-1946 35-36
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Veterans: Correspondence: UE, 1944-1946 37-40
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Veterans: Correspondence: Non-UE, 1944-1946 41-42
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Pamphlets, 1944-1945 43-45
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Press, 1944-1945 46-54
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Soldier Vote, 1944 55-56
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District 1: Eastern Pennsylvania, 1944-1946 601-02
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District 2: Massachusetts, Connecticut, 1944-1946 03-07
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District 3: Upstate New York, 1944-1946 8
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District 4: New York City, New Jersey, 1944-1946 09-14
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District 5: Canada, 1944-1945 15-17
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District 6: Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, 1944-1946 18-19
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District 7: Ohio, Kentucky, 1945-1946 20-22
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District 8: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, 1944-1946 23-24
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District 9: Indiana, Michigan, Virginia, 1944-1946 25-26
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District 10: California, Utah, Washington State, 1945-1946 27-28
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District 11: Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, 1944-1945 29-30
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Miscellaneous: A, 1944-1945 31
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American Labor Party, 1945 32
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Miscellaneous: B, 1944-1946 33
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Miscellaneous: C, 1945 34
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Miscellaneous: F, 1945 35
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Miscellaneous: H, 1946 36
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Miscellaneous: I, 1945 37
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Miscellaneous: J, 1946 38
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Military Clauses: General Electric Contract, 1945 39
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Military Clauses: General Motors Contracts, undated 40
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Westinghouse, 1944-1945 41-42
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Miscellaneous: N, 1944-1945 43
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Miscellaneous: R, 1945 44
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Miscellaneous: S, 1945 45
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Seniority Provision, 1944-1945 46
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Servicewomen and Veterans, undated 47
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Miscellaneous: T, 1945 48
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United Auto Workers: Program for Veterans, 1944-1946 49
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United Auto Workers: R.J. Thomas Bonus Proposal, 1945 50
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Veterans Service Centers, 1944-1945 51
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CIO News: Servicemen’s Edition, 1945-1946 71
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National CIO Veterans Committee, 1945-1946 2
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CIO Program For Veterans, 1944 3
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CIO: Veterans Programs, 1944-1946 04-06
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CIO War Chest, 1945-1946 7
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CIO War Relief, 1944-1946 08-11
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CIO Veteran Organizations, 1945-1946 12-14
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American Legion Auxiliary, 1945 15
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American Legion Clippings, 1944-1945 16
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American Legion Correspondence, 1945-1946 17
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American Legion Labor Posts, 1944-1946 18-21
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American Legion Legislative Committee Bulletins, 1945-1946 22-24
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American Legion National Employment Committee “Employment Bulletin”, 1945-1946 25
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American Legion Releases/Pamphlets, 1944-1946 26
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American Veterans Committee Clippings, 1944-1945 27
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American Veterans Committee Correspondence, 1944-1945 28
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American Veterans Committee Releases/Pamphlets, 1945 29
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American Veterans of WWII: Releases/Pamphlets, 1944-1945 30
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Disabled American Veterans Clippings, 1944 31
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Disabled American Veterans Correspondence, 1944-1945 32
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Disabled American Veterans Releases/Pamphlets, 1944 33
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Jewish War Veterans, 1944-1945 34
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Servicemen’s and Veterans’ FEMS, 1944-1946 35
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Veterans’ Committee Against Discrimination, 1945 36
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Veterans of Foreign Wars Clippings, 1943-1946 37
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Veterans of Foreign Wars Correspondence, 1945 38
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Veterans of Foreign Wars Releases/Pamphlets, 1944 39
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Agencies, 1944-1945 81
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Army Air Forces Personal Affairs School, 1945 2
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Baruch Report on Program for Veterans, 1945 3
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Bills: Miscellaneous, 1945 4
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Amendments: National Service Life Insurance Act, 1945 5
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Amendments: Dependents Allowance Act, 1945 6
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Amendments: Readjustment Act of 1944, 1944 7
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Bills: Bonuses, 1945 8
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Bills: Compulsory Military Training, 1945 9
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Bills: Demobilization, 1945 10
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Bills: Disability Pension and Benefits, 1945 11
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Bills: Education, 1945 12
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Bills: Emergency Unemployment Compensation, 1945 13
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Bills: Employment, 1945 14
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Bills: Hatch-Ball-Burton Act, 1945 15
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Bills: Housing, 1945 16
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Bills: Legislation, 1945 17
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Bills: Loans, 1945 18
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Bills: Mustering-Out Pay, 1943-44 19
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Bills: Pensions for Widows and Dependents, 1945 20
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Bills: Protection of Re-employment Right of Veterans Temporarily Employed, 1945 21
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Rankin Anti-Union Bill, 1945 22
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Seniority Rights for Veterans, Knutson Bill, 1945 23
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Bills: Tax Exemptions, Social Security Credits, 1945 24
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Bills: Vocational Rehabilitation, 1945 25
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Committee on Invalid Pensions, 1944 26
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Committee on World War Veterans Legislation, 1944 27
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Disabled, 1944-1945 28
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Discharge, 1944 29
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G.I. Bill of Rights: Readjustment Act of 1944, 1944 30
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G.I. Bill of Rights: 9I Supplement, 1945 31
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Legislative Bulletin, 1945 32
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Military Posts, Camps and Stations, 1943 33
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National War Labor Board Releases, 1944-1945 34
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Navy Department: Correspondence, 1945 35
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Selective Service Boards: Correspondence, 1945-1946 36
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Selective Service Boards: Release Directives, 1945 37
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Selective Service Memorandum 190-A, 1945 38
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Selective Service System: Memorandum 190-A, 1944-1945 39-40
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Subcommittees on Aid to Physically Handicapped, 1945 41
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Subcommittee on Wartime Health and Education, 1945 42
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United States Arrangement Committee, 1945-1946 43-45
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United States Department of Labor, 1945-1946 46-47
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United States Marine Corps, 1944 48
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United States Maritime Commission: Surplus Property, 1945 49
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Veterans Administration Correspondence, 1945 50
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Veterans Administration Release Directives, 1944-1946 51
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War Department Army Posts’ Correspondence, 1945 52
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War Department Correspondence, 1945 53
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War Department Releases, 1944-1945 54-55
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War Manpower Commission Correspondence, 1945 56
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War Manpower Commission Releases, 1943-1945 57-58

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