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Congress of Industrial Organizations

An inventory of the Records of the Congress of Industrial Organizations at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives


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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: Congress of Industrial Organizations
Title: Records of the Congress of Industrial Organizations
Dates: 1943-1958
Extent: 59 linear feet; 116 boxes, 1 oversized box
Abstract: The CIO Records Collection originated from the main office of the national CIO located in Washington, DC. The records span from 1934-1958, but the vast majority encompass 1936-1955, the CIO's years as an independent labor federation.
Collection Number: ACUA 001
Language: English

Historical Note

Discontented leaders of the American Federation of Labor (AFL) formed the Committee for Industrial Organizations (CIO) after the 1935 AFL Convention. The AFL's refusal to organize workers on an industrial model motivated John L. Lewis, United Mine Workers Union (UMW) President, Sidney Hillman, Amalgamated Clothing Workers (ACW) President, and other AFL leaders to form the CIO. The renegade union leaders also argued that the union movement should be more active in politics and enlist the support of the federal government in labor relations. Both worker activism, as embodied in major strikes in 1934 in San Francisco, Toledo, and Minneapolis, and federal government actions that favored union recognition, particularly passage of the Wagner Act earlier in 1935, encouraged Lewis, Hillman and the others. The CIO quickly evolved into an independent and competing union federation. At its first Constitutional Convention in 1938 the CIO changed its name to the Congress of Industrial Organizations, demonstrating its already established autonomy.

Although CIO leaders envisioned a more activist labor federation that included national unions organized on an industrial model, they had no clear idea of an alternative central federation structure. Consequently, the CIO national office created a national federation structure quite similar to the AFL's. The national CIO office certainly incurred more responsibility than the AFL central office. For example, it more aggressively assisted organizing drives throughout the country and quickly become a major participant in national politics. But the primary decision-making unit remained, like in the AFL, the individual national unions.

Other aspects of the CIO national office also mirrored its AFL counterpart. The CIO recreated the state and local labor federations found in the AFL. Chartered by the CIO national office, the state and local Industrial Union Councils (IUC) organized collaborative labor union activities in their own jurisdiction. The IUCs were composed of local unions which voluntary affiliated and financed the IUCs based on per-capita dues. IUC activities depended on the energy and strength of the member unions and included, but was not limited to, political action, local strike and organizing support, public events and celebrations. Bitter factional fights also developed in some state and local IUCs between the right and left wings of the labor movement. The national CIO resolved these disputes in places like the Los Angeles IUC (California) and the Wayne County IUC (Michigan).

Finally, the CIO also chartered Local Industrial Unions (LIU) directly affiliated with the CIO national office (as opposed to a national union). The LIUs were the rough equivalent of the AFL's Federal Labor Unions. Workers in industries where no appropriate national union existed created Local Industrial Unions, which were designed to be temporary. When enough workers joined LIUs in a particular industry the directly affiliated unions were to join together and create their own national union. In reality the LIUs were small and often short-lived local unions composed of workers in typically non unionized job categories. For example, the CIO chartered LIU #765, United Dispensary Workers, Louisville, Kentucky; LIU #1617, United Basket Workers, Garretsville, Ohio; and LIU #1641 (miscellaneous workers), in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1953 the CIO finally moved aggressively to move the idiosyncratic group of LIUs into the most appropriate national union.

While it created the central office and chartered its affiliated structures during the last half of the 1930s, the CIO also successfully utilized increased worker activism and a temporarily encouraging National Labor Relations Board (created by the Wagner Act to certify unions and encourage collective bargaining) to its advantage. The infant union federation scored important breakthroughs in the targeted mass industries, particularly in auto, steel, electrical, and rubber plants. For instance, the national CIO's Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC) scored some early triumphs in the open shop steel industry and led to the formation of the United Steelworkers of America in 1942. The CIO's commitment to organizing all unskilled, semi-skilled, and skilled workers in an industry in one union meshed with its explicit pledge to organize workers regardless of race or religion into egalitarian unions. Although the CIO unions actual commitment to racial equality was uneven and imperfectly implemented, many African-American workers in the mass industries found an entrance into the labor movement that had been previously denied.

The CIO's reliance on the federal government increased during World War II. CIO leaders traded a wartime no-strike pledge (sometimes ignored by workers) for the federal government's help in increasing the stability of union membership. The federal government formed a series of tripartite organizations, like the National Defense Mediation Board and the National War Labor Board, manned by labor, government, and public representatives, to maintain wartime labor peace and increase production. The federal government also approved and encouraged maintenance of membership and dues check off agreements which helped stabilize union membership during the war.

When World War II ended in 1945 the CIO appeared to be in a strong position. But federal government support of unionization during World War II ended with the War. The post-World War II period saw a strong backlash against CIO progress. Industry leaders sought a retraction in CIO growth and in 1947 Congress passed the Taft-Hartley Act. The Taft-Hartley Act--referred to by many in the CIO as the "slave labor act"--limited union actions in a number of different ways. For example, it made some union tactics illegal, like secondary boycotts; the Act allowed states to pass right-to-work laws that hampered union stability, primarily utilized in the south; and it mandated that union leaders sign affidavits pledging that they were not Communist party members. Not long after the passage of the Taft-Hartley Act the CIO expelled 11 unions for being Communist dominated.

By the time that AFL President William Green and CIO President Philip Murray died in 1952, the most important differences separating the CIO and the AFL had vanished. In response to the CIO's earlier activism and success, the AFL became more active, increased membership and participated more aggressively in politics. New federation presidents, George Meany (AFL) and Walter Reuther (CIO), completed a merger between the competing labor federations in 1955. The newly created American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) ended the CIO's twenty year tenure as an independent and competing labor federation.

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Scope and Contents

The CIO Records Collection originated from the main office of the national CIO located in Washington, DC. The records span from 1934-1958, but the vast majority encompass 1936-1955, the CIO's years as an independent labor federation. Throughout the CIO Records Collection researchers will find central office work completed by the entire CIO office staff, included most prominently are John Brophy, Katherine Pollick Ellickson, Len DeCaux, Walter Smethhurst, Anthony Smith, Allen Haywood, and Ralph Hetzel. Although much of the correspondence that the CIO office staff is responding to was mailed to CIO Presidents' John Lewis (1935-1940) and Phil Murray (1940-1952), only rarely do the records document work done by them. The records appear to be from a central office filing location which many people in the office had access to, filed into, and probably referred to while conducting routine office business. As a whole, the CIO Records Collection documents the creation of the CIO's central bureaucracy and all its component structures.

The records are divided into six series. The first four series, (1) National and International Union Series, (2) State Industrial Union Councils Series, (3) Local Industrial Union Councils Series, and (4) Local Industrial Unions Series, have been maintained primarily in the order they were originally transferred.

Series 1, the National and International Unions Series, is composed of correspondence with national and international unions. The records are uneven, with unions established before the CIO being only sparsely documented and unions created after the CIO came into existence, like the Utility Workers Union, more substantially documented. These CIO created national unions usually began as organizing committees, such as the Utility Workers Organizing Committee, and then later became formal national unions. There are significant organizing drives and union conflicts documented in these files, but inconsistently so.

Series 2 and series 3, the State and Local IUC Series respectively, are primarily correspondence files focused on the chartering of local and state IUCs and documenting the CIO's help when problems occurred. Much of the correspondence is routine, but difficulties related to jurisdictional problems and factional squabbles are included at times. Researchers should note that these two series in particular are chronologically and topically inconsistent.

Series 4, the Local Industrial Unions Series, is composed of records related specifically to chartering LIUs and their dispersal to national unions. Although the records are slim, this appears to be a complete record of the CIO's chartering of LIUs and their movement into national unions.

Series 5, the Central Office Correspondence Series, is composed of two previously independent groups of records that were accidentally separated at the AFL-CIO offices and sent to the CUA Archives in two separate installments. The AFL-CIO transferred an incomplete alphabetical run of central office correspondence in 1964 another incomplete alphabetical run of correspondence identified as Labor's Non-Partisan League in 1967. The Labor's Non-Partisan League Correspondence Series had been available for research at the CUA Archives as a separate series prior to May 2000. It was determined, however, that the two transfers were both central office correspondence. These records are now merged into a single Central Office Correspondence Series (5). The series contains routine correspondence sent primarily to John L. Lewis and Phil Murray and often includes the response of the CIO office staff member. The correspondence covers topics like routine requests for information and CIO pamphlets, requests for CIO speakers at public events, compliments and criticisms of John L. Lewis, and general correspondence from other outside organizations and persons.

Series 6, the Export-Import Bank Series, is composed of materials sent to the CUA Archives in 1976. It contains reports and correspondence related to Senate Bill 3589 which sought to strengthen the Export-Import Bank and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Although the CIO Records Collection--along with the James Carey CIO Secretary-Treasurer Papers, the Katherine Pollick Ellickson Papers, and the Sidney Hillman Papers--is one of only a few collections of archival materials from the national CIO office available to researchers, its content is uneven. There is strong evidence that the collection was purged before it came to Catholic University. A researcher from CUA who used the CIO Records Collection and conducted research in the AFL-CIO office in the 1960s, shortly after the CIO Records Collection was transferred to the CUA Archives, claims to have been told that the CIO records were purged twice of sensitive materials. Several subsequent reseachers and ourselves have also noted the sparseness of the records. This would explain the absence of some of the important factional conflicts in CIO unions and in the CIO's state and local bodies. For example, much of the material available in the Wayne County and Michigan CIO IUC Collections at the Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor History and Urban Affairs is missing. However, some areas of the CIO Records Collection still have important historical materials. Many regional areas and unions, Los Angeles and the Steel Workers Organizing Committee, for example, contain valuable documentary evidence demonstrating the growth of unions, organization efforts, and factional conflicts within CIO structures at local, state and national levels. Moreover, the collection as a whole demonstrates the creation of the CIO bureaucracy, from a relatively small collection of national unions that opposed the AFL with no central structures holding them together, to an organization with a stable internal staff, and a strong nationwide presence of local and state wide labor organizations.

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Arrangement

The Records of the Congress of Industrial Organizations consists of six series:







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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) transferred the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Records Collection to the Department of Archives, Manuscripts, and Museum Collections (now the American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives) at The Catholic University of America in four separate installments between 1962 and 1976. The AFL-CIO transferred the first four series (State Industrial Union Councils, Local Industrial Union Councils, National and International Unions, and Local Industrial Unions) to the CUA Archives in the first installment in 1962. This transfer, the largest of the four, contained 41.5 linear feet. The AFL-CIO added 9.5 linear feet of central office correspondence in 1964 and 4 linear feet of what was identified by the AFL-CIO as Labor's Non-Partisan League correspondence in 1967. Finally, in 1976 the AFL-CIO library transferred a small last installment, 0.5 linear foot, of materials related to Import-Export Bank legislation.

Processing Information

Processing completed in September 2000 by Joseph Turrini. Data Entry: Clint Tibbs, Joseph Turrini. EAD markup completed in March 2005 by Washington Research Library Consortium. Additional EAD markup completed in October 2005 by Jordan Patty. EAD revisions in 2013 by Michael J. Dobbs.

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Related Material

The American Catholic Research Center and University Archives:

John Brophy Papers

Philip Murray Papers

CIO Executive Board Meetings, microfilm edition (guide available), Volumes 1-2, 1935-1941

Additional Major Archival Sources on the CIO and Its National Unions:

Catherwood Library, Labor-Management Documentation Center, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY):

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Records

Insurance Workers of America Records

International Fur and Leather Workers Union Records

International Ladies Garment Workers Union Records

Department of Manuscripts, University of Virginia Library (Charlottesville, VA):

W. Jett Lauck Papers

Labor History Archives, George Washington University:

Teamsters Digital Archive

International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (San Francisco, CA) Library (Charlottesville, VA):

International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union Records

Pennsylvania State University, Labor Archives (University Park, PA):

David J. McDonald Papers

Clinton Golden Papers

United Steelworkers of America Records

David M. Rubenstein Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, Duke University (Durham, NC):

CIO Organizing Committee (Operation Dixie)

Rutgers University Libraries, Special Collections (New Brunswick, NJ):

International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers Records

Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin):

American Communications Workers of America

Textile Workers Union of America

Adolph Germer Papers

United Packinghouse Workers of America Records

Labor Archives, University of Pittsburgh Library (Pittsburgh, PA):

United Electrical Workers Union Records

Department of Manuscripts and Archives, University of Maryland (College Park, MD):

International Union of Marine, Shipyard Workers of America Records

George Meany AFL-CIO Archive

Southwestern Labor History Archives, University of Texas-Arlington (Arlington, TX):

United Packinghouse Workers of America (Southwest)

Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor History and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University (Detroit, MI):

James Carey Papers, (CIO Secretary-Treasurer)

Katherine Pollak Ellickson Papers

CIO Washington Office (1952-1955)

UAW President's Office--Walter Reuther Papers

Len DeCaux Papers

Western Historical Collections, University of Colorado Libraries (Boulder, CO):

International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers Records

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Organizations:
American Committee for Defense of Foreign Born--Correspondence
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born--Correspondence
American Communications Association
American Labor Party--Correspondence
American Legion-Correspondence
American Newspaper Guild--Hearst Newspaper Co.--strike
American Student Union--Correspondence
American Youth Congress--Correspondence
Communications Workers of America
Congress of Industrial Organizations
Federal Council of Churches--Correspondence
Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians
Fortune Magazine--Correspondence
Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemens' Union
International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers
International Woodworkers of America
Labor's Non-Partisan League--Correspondence
League for Industrial Democracy--Correspondence
Los Angeles Industrial Union Council
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People--Correspondence
National Maritime Union
National Negro Congress--Correspondence
National Religion and Labor Foundation--Correspondence
Oil Workers International Union
Playthings, Jewelry and Novelty Workers International Union
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union
State, County, and Municipal Workers of America
Textile Workers Union of America
Transport Workers of America
United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Worker of America
United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America
United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America
United Federal Workers
United Furniture Workers of America
United Office and Professional Workers of America
United Packinghouse Workers of America
United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union
United Railroad Workers of America
United Rubber Workers of America
United Shoe Workers of America
United Steelworkers of America
Utility Workers Union of America
Workers' Alliance--Correspondence
Works Progress Administration--Correspondence

Persons:
Brophy, John
DaCaux, Len--Correspondence
Ellickson, Katherine Pollick--Correspondence
Lewis, John L.--Correspondence

Subjects:
Legislation--Import-Export Bank
Local Industrial Union Councils
Local Industrial Unions
State Industrial Union Councils
Trade unions--Jurisdictional disputes

Washington (D.C.)


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Selected Introductory Bibliography on CIO History and Sources

Bernstein, Irving. "The Turbulent Years. A History of the American Worker". Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970. Brody, David. "The CIO After 50 Years: A Historical Reckoning." Dissent (fall 1985): 457-472. [reprinted in David Brody, Workers in Industrial America: Essays on the 20th Century Struggle, 2nd ed., 1993, 135-156.] Goldfield, Michael. "Race and the CIO: The Possibilities of Racial Egalitarianism During the 1930s and 1940s." International Labor and Working-Class History 44 (fall 1993): 1-32. [Article followed by symposium and comments, ILWCH 44 (fall, 1993): 33-63.] Green, James. "Working Class History in the 1940s: A Bibliographical Essay." Radical America 9 (July-August 1975): 206-213 Lichtenstein, Nelson. "Labor's War At Home: The CIO During World War II." Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. Lynd, Staughton. ed. "We Are All Leaders: The Alternative Unionism of the 1930s." Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1996. Preis, Art. "Labor's Giant Step: Twenty Years of the CIO." New York: Pathfinder Press, 1964. Rosen, Sumner M. "The CIO Era, 1935-55." In Julius Jacobson ed. The Negro and the American Labor Movement (New York: Doubleday, 1968) 188-208. Rosswurm, Steve. "An Overview and Preliminary Assessment of the CIO's Expelled Unions." in The CIO's Left-Led Unions ed. Steve Rosswurm. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1992, 1-18. Zieger, Robert H. "The CIO, 1935-1955. " Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998. [Symposium on Zieger book in Labor History 1999.] Zieger, Robert H. "Toward the History of the CIO: A Bibliographical Report." Labor History 26:4 (fall 1985): 487-516. _______. "The CIO: A Bibliographical Update and Archival Guide." Labor History 31:4 (fall 1990): 413-440.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: National and International Unions, 1934-1958 (21 boxes)
This series contains correspondence from national and local unions to national CIO offices. Interspersed sporadically throughout are union constitutions, union meeting minutes, proceedings, resolutions, clippings, and organizing reports sent to the national CIO. The records are very uneven, with some national union files having only minimal routine correspondence of little value and others covering important topics like jurisdictional conflicts, strikes, organizing campaigns, internal union politics, financial matters, and union mergers. As a general guideline, national unions well established prior to the formation of the CIO, like the ACWA, are only minimally documented, while unions created by the CIO--often initially as Organizing Committees--like the Utility Workers Organizing Committee and the Steelworkers Organizing Committee, are more likely to be better documented in the records.
The records are organized by union in alphabetical order.
Box Folder
1 1 Airline Mechanics Assocation, 1945
  2 Aluminum Workers of America, 1935-1938
  3 Aluminum Workers of America, 1941-1942
  4 Aluminum Workers of America, 1943-1944
  5 Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, 1938
  6 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), 1936-1939
  7 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), 1943-1953
  8 Amalgamated Lithographers of America, 1946, 1951-1952
  9 American Communications Association, NLRB brief, Western Union Telegraph Company, Aug-38
  10 American Communications Association, Aug-38
  11 American Communications Association, 1940
  12 American Communications Association, 1941
  13 American Communications Association, 1942-1946
  14 American Communications Association, 1947-1948
  15 American Communications Association, February-March 1949
  16 American Communications Association, Apr-49
  17 American Communications Association, expulsion from CIO, November-December 1949
  18 American Federation of Labor (AFL), AFL-CIO unity talks, 1946-1949
  19 American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 1936-1937
  20 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), 1936-1937
  21 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), 1938
  22 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), Chicago Newspaper Guild strike against Chicago Herald & Examiner, and Evening American (Hearst Newspaper Co.), Jan-39
  23 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), "Guild Hearst Strike News" (strike newspaper), Jan-39
  24 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), Chicago Newspaper Guild strike against the Chicago Herald & Examiner and Evening American (Hearst Newspaper Co.), February-November 1939
  25 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), 1940-1942
  26 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), 1943-1944
Box Folder
2 1 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), officers' convention report, Jun-46
  2 American Newspaper Guild (ANG), 1948-1949, 1953
  3 American Radio Association, 1948-1951
  4 Barbers' and Beauty Culturists' Union of America, 1937
  5 Barbers' and Beauty Culturists' Union of America, 1938-1940
  6 Barbers' and Beauty Culturists' Union of America, 1941
  7 Barbers' and Beauty Culturists' Union of America, 1943, 1946
  8 Brotherhood of Utility Employees of America, 1935-1936
  9 Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO), financial records, November 1935-April 1936
  10 Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO), 1936
  11 Communications Workers of America (CWA), affiliation with CIO, February-March 1949
  12 Communications Workers of America (CWA), report on CWA convention, Jun-49
  13 Communications Workers of America (CWA), May-October 1949
  14 Communications Workers of America (CWA), constitution, Mar-50
  15 Communications Workers of America (CWA), CWA convention highlights, Jul-50
  16 Communications Workers of America (CWA), 1950, 1953
  17 Department Stores Organizing Committee, Macy's contract, Feb-39
  18 Department Stores Organizing Committee, 1939, 1951, 1955
  19 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1936
  20 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1937
  21 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, "Organizers' Information Bulletin" (newsletters), September-December 1937
  22 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1938
  23 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1939
  24 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1940
  25 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1941-1943
  26 Federation of Architects, Chemists and Technicians, 1944-1945
Box Folder
3 1 Federation of Flat Glass Workers of America, 1937
  2 Federation of Flat Glass Workers of America, 1938
  3 Federation of Flat Glass Workers of America, 1939-1941
  4 Federation of Glass, Ceramic and Silica Sand Workers of America, 1943, 1947, 1954
  5 Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of America (FTA), 1937, 1945-1946
  6 Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of America (FTA), 1947-1950
  7 Government and Civic Employees Organizing Committee, 1950-1953
  8 Government and Civic Employees Organizing Committee, 1955
  9 Government and Civic Employees Organizing Committee, AFSCME merger, 1956
  10 Hotel and Restaurant Employee's Alliance and Bartender's International League of America, 1937-1938
  11 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), November 1936-May 1937
  12 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), June-October 1937
  13 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), January-March 1938
  14 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), April-August 1938
  15 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1939-1940
  16 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1943
  17 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1944
  18 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1946
  19 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1947
  20 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1948
  21 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), 1949-1950
  22 Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (IUMSWA), organizing report, Jan-53
  23 Insurance and Allied Workers Organizing Committee, 1950-1951
  24 Insurance and Allied Workers Organizing Committee, organizing report, Feb-52
  25 Insurance and Allied Workers Organizing Committee, organizational and financial report, 1953
  26 Insurance and Allied Workers Organizing Committee, 1952-1953
Box Folder
4 1 International Association of Mechanic Welders, Nov-35
  2 International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America, 1937-1938
  3 International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America, "Federated Fishermen Council of the Pacific Coast Convention Minutes", Dec-37
  4 International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America, "United Fishermen's Union of the Pacific Convention Minutes", Dec-38
  5 International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America, "Federated Fishermen'e Council of the Pacific Convention Minutes", Dec-38
  6 International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America, 1939, 1942, 1945, 1949
  7 International Fur and Leather Workers Union, merger with National Leather Workers Association, 1939
  8 International Fur and Leather Workers Union, 1939, 1942
  9 International Fur and Leather Workers Union, constitution, Dec-42
  10 International Fur and Leather Workers Union, 1943
  11 International Fur and Leather Workers Union, 1944, 1949
  12 International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1937-1938
  13 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), 1937
  14 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), 1938
  15 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), 1939-1940
  16 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), jurisdicitonal conflict with ILA, Dec-40
  17 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), 1944-1946
  18 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), Department of Labor Report on jurisdictional conflict at S.S. Mello Franco, Aug-46
  19 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), April-June 1948
  20 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), July-December 1948
  21 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), 1949
  22 International Metal Engravers Union, 1946
  23 International Typgraphical Union (ITU), 1937
Box Folder
5 1 International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers (IUE), 1950, 1953
  2 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1936
  3 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1937
  4 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, "Miner's Voice," December 1937 (Butte Miner's newspaper) and "Blue Card Record" April 16, 1937 (Tri-State Metal, Mine, and Smelter Workers Union newspaper, Oklahoma), 1937
        Scab Paper written across top of the "Blue Card Record."
         
  5 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, January-May 1938
  6 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, June-December 1938
  7 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1939
  8 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1941
  9 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1942-1943
  10 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1944-1946
  11 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, CIO convention report, Feb-47
  12 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1947-1950
  13 International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal and Soft Drink Workers of America, 1946
  14 International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal and Soft Drink Workers of America, 1948-1951
  15 International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal and Soft Drink Workers of America, 1952-1955
  16 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), June-July 1937
  17 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), August-December 1937
  18 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), "The Northwest Lumber Strike," report by Eldridge W. Sinclair, [c. 1937]
        This is a 70 page report with lots of information on lumber workers in the west between 1926 and 1934. 1
         
  19 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), February-April 1938
  20 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), Jul-38
  21 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), August-November 1938
  22 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), March-April 1939
Box Folder
6 1 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), June-July 1939
  2 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), IWA report to United States Joint Committee on Forrestry, Dec-39
  3 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), 1940
  4 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), 1942
  5 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), 1943-1944
  6 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), January-July 1945
  7 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), September-December 1945
  8 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), "Officer's Report to the IWA Constitutional Convention", Nov-45
  9 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), 1946-1948
  10 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), March-August 1949
  11 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), 1950-1952
  12 International Woodworkers of America (IWA), "Officer's Report to the IWA Constitutional Convention", Sep-52
  13 Leather Workers Organizing Committee, December 1954-1955
  14 Leather Workers Organizing Committee, constitution, Nov-55
  15 Mechanics Educational Society of America (MESA), Sep-54
        Contains just one letter from Walter Reuther to Matthew Smith, MESA National Secretary.
         
  16 National Association of Broadcast Engineers and Technicians (NABET), 1950-1952
  17 National Association of Die Casting Workers, 1939-1941
  18 National Association of Die Casting Workers, 1942
  19 National Leather Workers' Association, 1937-1938
  20 National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, 1938
  21 National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, 1939-1941
  22 National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, 1945-1946
Box Folder
7 1 National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, 1947
  2 National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, 1948-1950
  3 National Maritime Union (NMU), January-March 1936
  4 National Maritime Union (NMU), April-September 1936
  5 National Maritime Union (NMU), June-July 1937
  6 National Maritime Union (NMU), August-September 1937
  7 National Maritime Union (NMU), October-December 1937
  8 National Maritime Union (NMU), New York Maritime Council, report to the United States Maritime Commission and meeting minutes, November-December 1937
  9 National Maritime Union (NMU), "CIO National Maritime Unity Conference Minutes", Sep-37
  10 National Maritime Union (NMU), "NMU Convention Minutes", Jul-37
  11 National Maritime Union (NMU), "New York Maritime Council Minutes", January, October 1938
  12 National Maritime Union (NMU), 1938
  13 National Maritime Union (NMU), "CIO Maritime Committee Minutes", Jan-39
  14 National Maritime Union (NMU), 1939
  15 National Maritime Union (NMU), Federal Barge Lines negotiations, April-May 1939
  16 National Maritime Union (NMU), "Report of Joseph Curran to the Joint Membership Meeting--NMU", May-39
  17 National Maritime Union (NMU), CIO Maritime Committee Meeting, minutes and reports, Aug-39
  18 National Maritime Union (NMU), 1940
  19 National Maritime Union (NMU), 1942-1942
  20 National Maritime Union (NMU), "Report of the National Officers to the National Council, NMU", Jul-44
Box Folder
8 1 National Maritime Union (NMU), 1944-1946
  2 National Maritime Union (NMU), Inland Boatmen's Division, December 1937-1938
  3 National Maritime Union (NMU), Inland Boatmen's Division, "Proceedings of Conference Held by the Inland Boatmen's Division--NMU", Dec-38
  4 National Maritime Union (NMU), Inland Boatmen's Division, January-April 1939
  5 National Maritime Union (NMU), Inland Boatmen's Division, May-June 1939
  6 National Maritime Union (NMU), Inland Boatmen's Division, July 1939-1940, 1948
  7 National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards (formerly Marine Cook's and Steward's Association of the Pacific), 1938, 1946, 1949
  8 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), Mid-Continent Petroleum strike, December 1938-January 9, 1939
  9 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), Mid-Continent Petroleum strike, January 23, 1939-1940
  10 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), 1937-1940
  11 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), January-June 1941
  12 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), September-December 1941
  13 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), organizing campaign progress and plans report, May-42
  14 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), organizing report, May-44
  15 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), "Report of William Taylor, Natinal Driector OWOC, to the Executive Council, OWIU", Dec-44
  16 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), "Report of William Taylor, Natinal Driector OWOC, to the Executive Council, OWIU", May-45
  17 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), 1942(1944)1945
  18 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), 1946-1947
  19 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), OWIU pamphlet, "To Build a Stronger Union", 1950
  20 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), Oil and Allied Industry Union Wage Conference, minutes, Feb-52
  21 Oil Workers International Union (OWIU), 1951-1953
  22 Panama Canal Zone Workers' Organizing Committee, 1939
  23 Plant Guards Organizing Committee, 1948
Box Folder
9 1 Playthings, Jewelry and Novelty Workers International Union (part of United Paper, Novelty, and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), 1944
  2 Playthings, Jewelry and Novelty Workers International Union (part of United Paper, Novelty, and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), 1945
  3 Playthings, Jewelry and Novelty Workers International Union (part of United Paper, Novelty, and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), 1946
  4 Playthings, Jewelry and Novelty Workers International Union (part of United Paper, Novelty, and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), 1950-1954
  5 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, March-May 1936
  6 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, June-September 1936
  7 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, November-December 1937
  8 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, January-March 1938
  9 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, April-May 1938
  10 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, June-December 1938
  11 Quarry Workers International Union of North America, 1939
  12 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, May-June 1937
  13 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, September-November 1937
  14 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1938
  15 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, March-September 1939
  16 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, November-December 1939
  17 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1940
  18 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, contract with Gimbel Brothers, Nov-41
  19 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1941
  20 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1942
  21 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1943-1944
  22 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, January-March 1945
  23 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, April-August 1945
  24 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, September-November 1945
  25 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1946
Box Folder
10 1 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, charges against President Samuel Wolchok, Oct-47
  2 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, exhibits attached to the charges against President Samuel Wolchok, Oct-47
        The exhibits are photostatic copies and are not in very good condition. I was unable to get readable copies because they are negative photostats.
         
  3 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, charges against President Samuel Wolchok, Oct-47
  4 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, report investigating charges against President Samuel Wolchok, Nov-47
  5 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, 1947-1951
  6 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, merger with Distributive, Processing and Office Workers of America, Apr-53
  7 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, merger with Distributive, Processing and Office Workers of America, May-December 1953
  8 Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, April-July 1954
  9 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), September-October 1936
  10 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), June-August 1937
  11 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), September-December 1937
  12 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), 1938-1939
  13 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), 1941
  14 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), 1942-1943
  15 State, County and Municipal Workers of America (SCMWA), 1944-1945
  16 Sugar Refinery Workers' Local Industrial Unions, 1937
  17 Sugar Refinery Workers' Local Industrial Unions, March-June 1940
  18 Sugar Refinery Workers' Local Industrial Unions, July-November 1940
  19 Sugar Refinery Workers' Local Industrial Unions, conference minutes, Jun-40
  20 Sugar Refinery Workers' Local Industrial Unions, August-November 1941
  21 Telephone Workers Organizing Committee, 1949
  22 Textile Workers Union of America, 1937
  23 Textile Workers Union of America, bi-weekly organizing reports, April-October 1937
  24 Textile Workers Union of America, 1940-1944
Box Folder
11 1 Textile Workers Union of America, 1945-1946
  2 Textile Workers Union of America, 1947-1948
  3 Textile Workers Union of America, 1951-1952
  4 Textile Workers Union of America, southern organizing reports, June-October 1954
        Three reports, around 10 pages each, surveying southern organizing campaigns. These are Interesting and useful reports.
         
  5 Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), (1937)1938
         
         
  6 Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), 1939-1940
  7 Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), contract with Los Angeles Railway Corporation, Mar-40
  8 Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), 1941-1942
  9 Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), 1944-1951
  10 Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), 1954
  11 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1935-1936
  12 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1937
  13 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), January-June 1938
  14 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), July-August 1938
  15 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), September-December 1938
  16 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), Jan-39
  17 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), February-November 1939
  18 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1940
  19 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), Ford Motor Corporation, February-March 1941
  20 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), Ford Motor Corporation, Apr-41
Box Folder
12 1 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), Ford Motor Corporation, May-July 1941
  2 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), Aviation Division, 1941-1943
  3 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), February-May 1941
  4 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), June-December 1941
  5 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), January-April 1942
  6 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), May-December 1942
  7 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), jurisdictional conflicts with the UE, 1942, 1945-1947
  8 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), jurisdictional conflicts with the FE, 1942-1948, 1952
  9 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1943
  10 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1944-1945
  11 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1946
  12 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1947-1948
  13 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), CIO report on the agricultural industry and the UAW's jurisdictional conflicts with the FE, Jan-48
  14 United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), 1949-1952
  15 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), 1937-1939
  16 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), African-American workers, April-May 1937
  17 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, April-May 1938
Box Folder
13 1 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), February-September 1941
  2 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), October-November 1941
  3 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), 1942
  4 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), 1943
  5 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), 1944
  6 United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), 1945
  7 United Construction Workers Organizing Committee, 1939-1940
  8 United Construction Workers Organizing Committee, 1941
  9 United Construction Workers Organizing Committee, 1942
  10 United Distillery Workers of North America, Local #163 constitution and by-laws, Nov-38
  11 United Distillery Workers of North America, 1938
  12 United Distillery Workers of North America, 1939-1943
  13 United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE), 1945-1946
  14 United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE), expulsion from the CIO, Nov-49
  15 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), 1938-1939
  16 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), 1940
  17 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), 1941
  18 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), 1942-1945
  19 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), 1946-1948
  20 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), officer's report and President Grant Oakes opening statements at FE Constitutional Convention, Mar-49
Box Folder
14 1 United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America (FE), UAW-FE jurisdictional conflict, 1949
  2 United Federal Workers of America, 1938-1939
  3 United Federal Workers of America, Constitutional Convention resolutions, Sep-40
  4 United Federal Workers of America, constitution, Sep-40
  5 United Federal Workers of America, 1940-1941
  6 United Federal Workers of America, executive board minutes, Sep-41
  7 United Federal Workers of America, 1943
  8 United Federal Workers of America, 1944-1945
  9 United Furniture Workers of America, 1936
  10 United Furniture Workers of America, "Minutes of the Unity Conference of Workers in the Furniture, Bedding, and Allied Trades", Nov-37
  11 United Furniture Workers of America, 1937-1938
  12 United Furniture Workers of America, "Report of the Proceedings of the Eastern Seaboard Conference of the United Furniture Workers of America", Mar-38
  13 United Furniture Workers of America, "Report of the Proceedings of the Mid West Conference of the United Furniture Workers of America", May-38
  14 United Furniture Workers of America, 1939
  15 United Furniture Workers of America, 1940-1942
  16 United Furniture Workers of America, 1943
  17 United Furniture Workers of America, 1944-1946
  18 United Furniture Workers of America, 1947-1948
  19 United Furniture Workers of America, 1949-1950
  20 United Furniture Workers of America, raiding charges against UAW, Oct-49
  21 United Furniture Workers of America, 1951-1952
  22 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1940-1942
  23 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1943
Box Folder
15 1 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1944
  2 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1945
  3 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1946-1947
  4 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, organizing report, Apr-49
  5 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1949-1952
  6 United Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers of America, 1953
  7 United Mine Workers of America (UMW), May-36
        File contains only one letter.
         
  8 United Mine Workers of America (UMW), District #50, report on organizing possibilities in the gas, coke, and chemical industries (by John Brophy), Jun-34
  9 United Mine Workers of America (UMW), District #50, 1935
  10 United Mine Workers of America (UMW), District #50, 1936
  11 United Mine Workers of America (UMW), District #50, 1937
  12 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), February-June 1937
  13 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), July-September 1937
  14 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), October-December 1937
  15 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), report on UOPWA given to the Natinal CIO, Oct-37
  16 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), "Synopsis of Proceedings, National Conference of Industrial Insurance Organizers and Delegates of UOPWA", Oct-37
  17 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), January-May 1938
  18 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), June-December 1938
  19 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1939
  20 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1940
  21 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), January-March 1941
Box Folder
16 1 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), September-December 1941
  2 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1942-1944
  3 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1945
  4 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1946
  5 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1947
  6 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1948
  7 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), "UOPWA Bulletin", Aug-49
        The Bulletin summarizes UOPWA Executive Board meeting. 1
         
  9 United Office and Professional Workers of America (UOPWA), 1950
  10 United Optical and Instrument Workers of America, 1940
  11 United Optical and Instrument Workers of America, minutes from the Optical and Instrument Workers Organizing Committee Conference, Oct-46
  12 United Optical and Instrument Workers of America, 1947-1949, 1953-1954, 1958
  13 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), 1937
  14 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), Local #284, contract with Armour, Akron, Ohio, Dec-37
  15 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), January-March 1938
  16 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), June-November 1938
  17 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), (1939)1940
  18 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), Mar-41
  19 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), Apr-41
  20 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), report, "The Petition of the Packinghouse Workers Local Unions for the Est. of a Stable CIO Int. Union in the Packinghouse Industry", [c. 1941]
  21 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), 1945-1949
  22 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), 1951-1952
  23 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), 1953-1954
  24 United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPW), Otis Nation conflict, Florida, 1955
        Set of documents related to the actions of a labor organizer (may have been UPW, may not have been) which the UPW disapproved.
         
  25 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), 1938
  26 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), 1940
Box Folder
17 1 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), 1941-1942
  2 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), January-June 1943
  3 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), constitution, Apr-43
  4 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), executive board reports, Apr-43
  5 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), executive board meeting minutes, May-43
  6 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), August 1943-January 1944
  7 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), Harry Sayre report, Sec-Treas, to the executive board, Sep-43
  8 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), Anthony Esposito report, Pres., to the executive board, Sep-43
  9 United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union (split into United Paper Workers of America & Playthings, Jewelry & Novelty Workers International Union in 1944), ex. bd. minutes, September, November 1943
  10 United Paper Workers of America (part of United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), January-February 1944
  11 United Paper Workers of America (part of United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), PWOC Rules and Regulations, Feb-44
  12 United Paper Workers of America (part of United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), June-November 1944
  13 United Paper Workers of America (part of United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), 1945
  14 United Paper Workers of America (part of United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), brief history of UPW, Jun-46
        An excellent and brief (5 pages) introduction explaining the evolution of the United Paper Workers of America and its relationship to the United Paper, Novelty, and Toy Workers International Union.
         
  15 United Paper Workers of America (part of United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union until 1943), (1946-1950)1953
  16 United Public Workers of America, 1946, 1950
        Includes CIO resolution expelling United Public Workers from the CIO.
         
  17 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), 1941
  18 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), August-December 1944
  19 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), 1945
  20 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), Local #1463 agreement, Jun-46
  21 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), 1946
  22 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), report on legal representation in URRWA, Sep-49
  23 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), Dec-50
  24 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), January-August 1951
  25 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), operating rules and regulations, 1951
  26 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), 1952-1954
Box Folder
18 1 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), "Officer's Report to the URRWA National Conference", Jul-52
  2 United Railroad Workers of America (URRWA), URRWA report to national CIO requesting an independent national charter, Apr-53
        This lengthy report outlines the chronological evolution of the URRWA. It also includes lots of financial, organizing, and membership information. If you need basic information on the history of the URRWA, this is a good place to start.
         
  3 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), December 1935-May 1936
  4 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), June-December 1936
  5 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1937
  6 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1938
  7 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1939
  8 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1940
  9 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), URW report to the Department of Labor describing its relationship with Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Oct-40
  10 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), January-August 1941
  11 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), Local #26 contract with Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Cumberland, Maryland, Oct-41
  12 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), February-July 1942
  13 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1943-1944
  14 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1945-1946
  15 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), 1948-1950
  16 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), dissenting minority report in the trial of URW President, L.S. Buckmaster, May-49
  17 United Rubber Workers of America (URW), Welfare Program of the Goodrich locals, Mar-50
  18 United Shoe Workers of America, Shoe Workers' Protective Union Constitution, 1935
  19 United Shoe Workers of America, August-December 1936
  20 United Shoe Workers of America, February-July 1939
  21 United Shoe Workers of America, September-November 1937
  22 United Shoe Workers of America, constitution, [c.1937]
  23 United Shoe Workers of America, 1938
Box Folder
19 1 United Shoe Workers of America, 1939-1941
  2 United Shoe Workers of America, February-May 1942
  3 United Shoe Workers of America, June-November 1942
  4 United Shoe Workers of America, 1943-1944
  5 United Shoe Workers of America, 1946
  6 United Steelworkers of America, May-August 1936
  7 United Steelworkers of America, October-November 1936
  8 United Steelworkers of America, January-June 1937
  9 United Steelworkers of America, July-October 1937
  10 United Steelworkers of America, agreement with Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, Mar-37
  11 United Steelworkers of America, "Minutes of Special District Convention of All Calumet District Lodges of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers of North America", Jul-37
  12 United Steelworkers of America, "Proposed SWOC-CIO Program" (internal report), Nov-37
  13 United Steelworkers of America, January-March 1938
  14 United Steelworkers of America, April-May 1938
  15 United Steelworkers of America, June-August 1938
  16 United Steelworkers of America, September-December 1938
  17 United Steelworkers of America, January-April 1939
  18 United Steelworkers of America, August-November 1939
  19 United Steelworkers of America, SWOC contract summaries, Nov-39
  20 United Steelworkers of America, June-July 1940
  21 United Steelworkers of America, California SWOC lodges conference minutes, Jan-40
  22 United Steelworkers of America, January-June 1942
  23 United Steelworkers of America, August-December 1942
  24 United Steelworkers of America, 1943-1944
  25 United Steelworkers of America, "The Mill-itant" (Cincinnati Milling Machine Company steelworkers newsletters), September-November 1945
        File contains three 4 page issues.
         
Box Folder
20 1 United Steelworkers of America, 1945-1947
  2 United Steelworkers of America, July-December 1949
  3 United Steelworkers of America, NLRB brief, Fedders-Quican Corporation and United Steelworkers, [c. 1949]
  4 United Steelworkers of America, 1950
  5 United Steelworkers of America, 1952
  6 United Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, 1941-1943
  7 United Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, January-July 1944
  8 United Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, August-December 1944
  9 United Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, 1945-1949
  10 United Theatrical and Motion Picture Workers of America, 1937
  11 United Theatrical and Motion Picture Workers of America, 1939
  12 United Theatrical and Motion Picture Workers of America, survey of motion picture industry, May-39
  13 United Theatrical and Motion Picture Workers of America, 1941
  14 United Transport Service Employees of America, April-May 1942
  15 United Transport Service Employees of America, June-December 1942
  16 United Transport Service Employees of America, April-December 1943
  17 United Transport Service Employees of America, 1944-1945
  18 United Transport Service Employees of America, 1947-1948
  19 United Transport Service Employees of America, constitution and by-laws, Sep-52
  20 United Transport Service Employees of America, 1950-1954
  21 Utility Workers Union of America, January-September 1938
  22 Utility Workers Union of America, October-December 1938
  23 Utility Workers Union of America, February-October 1939
Box Folder
21 1 Utility Workers Union of America, November-December 1939
  2 Utility Workers Union of America, January-March 1940
  3 Utility Workers Union of America, July-October 1940
  4 Utility Workers Union of America, January-March 1941
  5 Utility Workers Union of America, June-December 1941
  6 Utility Workers Union of America, January-August 1942
  7 Utility Workers Union of America, September-December 1942
  8 Utility Workers Union of America, February-June 1943
  9 Utility Workers Union of America, July-December 1943
  10 Utility Workers Union of America, February-September 1944
  11 Utility Workers Union of America, October-November 1944
  12 Utility Workers Union of America, April-December 1945
  13 Utility Workers Union of America, agreement with Consolidated Edison, Nov-45
  14 Utility Workers Union of America, 1946-1948, 1953
  15 Utility Workers Union of America, agreement with Consolidated Edison Systems, New York, Mar-50
  16 Warehouse Workers, proposed organizational committee, 1940
  17 Women's Trade Union League (WTUL), 1937
                       
Series 2: State Industrial Union Councils, 1938-1956 (8 boxes)
This series contains correspondence files that inconsistently document the certification and creation of state level CIO structures, their relationship with affiliated unions and with the national CIO offices. The records also contain occasional constitutions, meeting minutes, and resolutions related to the ongoing functioning of the state IUCs as well as financial reports and local union affiliation reports. Much of the correspondence is routine, state IUCs ordering CIO publications and inviting national leaders to speak at conventions, for example. But the records also cover important topics in some states, like problems getting local unions to affiliate with the state bodies, local unions complaining about their state IUC actions, jurisdictional issues, and factional conflicts.
Much of the correspondence was originally sent to John Lewis or Phil Murray and redirected to others in the CIO national office, like John Brophy, Allen Haywood and Anthony Smith, to address.
The records are organized by state IUC in alphabetical order.
Box Folder
22 1 Alabama State Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939
  2 Alabama State Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  3 Alabama State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1951
        Includes a few letters about Hosea Hudson, a well known CIO activist and local leader from Birmingham who was a steel worker and Communist Party member. Hudson's published autobiography is an often used source for African-American and CP issues in the CIO.
  4 Alabama State Industrial Union Council, 1952-1955
  5 Arizona State Industrial Union Council, 1945
  6 Arizona State Industrial Union Council, constitution, 1945
  7 Arizona State Industrial Union Council, Legislative Council Conference minutes, Sep-45
  8 Arizona State Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
  9 Arizona State Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  10 Arkansas-Oklahoma States Industrial Union Council, 1937-1938
  11 Arkansas State Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939
  12 Arkansas State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  13 Arkansas State Industrial Union Council, 1951
  14 Arkansas State Industrial Union Council, 1952-1956
  15 California State Industrial Union Council, 1938-1940
  16 California State Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1948
  17 California State Industrial Union Council, Communist Party factional conflict, February-March 1949
  18 California State Industrial Union Council, Communist Party factional conflict, November-December 1949
  19 California State Industrial Union Council, Communist Party factional conflict, local union protests to national CIO, December 1949-February 1950
  20 California State Industrial Union Council, Communist Party factional conflict, Jan-50
  21 California State Industrial Union Council, Communist Party factional conflict, CIO legal charges against California IUC, Jan-50
  22 California State Industrial Union Council, February-March 1950
  23 California State Industrial Union Council, April-June 1950
  24 California State Industrial Union Council, convention resolutions, Jun-50
  25 California State Industrial Union Council, April 1950-1951
Box Folder
23 1 California State Industrial Union Council, 1952
  2 California State Industrial Union Council, financial statements, 1953-1955
  3 Colorado State Industrial Union Council, 1938(1946-1947)
  4 Colorado State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  5 Colorado State Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952
  6 Colorado State Industrial Union Council, 1953-1955
  7 Connecticut State Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939, 1947-1949
  8 Connecticut State Industrial Union Council, constitution, Jan-50
  9 Connecticut State Industrial Union Council, 1950-1955
  10 Delaware State Industrial Union Council, 1940(1947-1948)
  11 Delaware State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1955
  12 Florida State Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945
  13 Florida State Industrial Union Council, 1946-1948
  14 Florida State Industrial Union Council, check register record, March 1946-March 1947
  15 Florida State Industrial Union Council, 1949(1950)
  16 Florida State Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  17 Georgia State Industrial Union Council, 1940, 1949-1955
  18 Illinois State Industrial Union Council, local union resolutions supporting the formation of a Chicago IUC (1 of 2), Jul-40
  19 Illinois State Industrial Union Council, local union resolutions supporting the formation of a Chicago IUC (2 of 2), Jul-40
  20 Illinois State Industrial Union Council, local union support for the formation of a Chicago IUC, Aug-50
Box Folder
24 1 Illinois State Industrial Union Council, Chicago IUC formation, September 3-20, 1940
  2 Illinois State Industrial Union Council, Chicago IUC formation, September 22-December 1940
  3 Illinois State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  4 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, 1938(1947-1948)
  5 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, constitutions, 1946-1947
  6 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  7 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, Indiana CIO Community Services Conference minutes, Sep-51
  8 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, 1950-1951
  9 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, July-December 1952
  10 Indiana State Industrial Union Council, financial records, 1954-1955
  11 Iowa-Nebraska States Industrial Union Council, 1938(1947)
  12 Iowa State Industrial Union Council, September-December 1947
  13 Iowa State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  14 Iowa State Industrial Union Council, 1949(1950)
  15 Iowa State Industrial Union Council, 1951
  16 Iowa State Industrial Union Council, January-March 1952
  17 Iowa State Industrial Union Council, June 1952-1955
  18 Kansas State Industrial Union Council, constitution, [c. 1940]
  19 Kansas State Industrial Union Council, 1943(1947)
  20 Kansas State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952
  21 Kentucky State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
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25 1 Louisiana State Industrial Union Council, formation of Louisiana State IUC, December 1947-March 1948
  2 Louisiana State Industrial Union Council, formation of Louisiana State IUC, April 1-2, 1948
  3 Louisiana State Industrial Union Council, April 3, 1948-July 1948
  4 Louisiana State Industrial Union Council, (1949)1952
  5 Maine State Industrial Union Council, 1947, 1951-1952, 1955
  6 Maryland State Industrial Union Council, 1947
  7 Maryland State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  8 Maryland State Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
  9 Massachusetts State Industrial Union Council, 1939-1940
  10 Massachusetts State Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  11 Massachusetts State Industrial Union Council, 1944-1947
  12 Massachusetts State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1954
  13 Michigan State Industrial Union Council, 1947
  14 Michigan State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  15 Michigan State Industrial Union Council, 1950-1951
  16 Michigan State Industrial Union Council, January-March 1952
  17 Michigan State Industrial Union Council, May-November 1952
  18 Michigan State Industrial Union Council, financial reports, 1955
  19 Minnesota State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948
  20 Minnesota State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1951
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26 1 Minnesota State Industrial Union Council, (1952)1954
  2 Mississippi State Industrial Union Council, 1955
        File contains only one financial report.
         
  3 Missouri State Industrial Union Council, December 1946-1949
  4 Missouri State Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  5 Montana State Industrial Union Council, 1947
  6 Montana State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  7 Montana State Industrial Union Council, March 1949-July 1950
  8 Montana State Industrial Union Council, Montana State IUC & Montana State PAC reorganization, Jul-50
  9 Montana State Industrial Union Council, (July 1950-March 1951)1955
  10 Nebraska State Industrial Union Council, August-December 1947
  11 Nebraska State Industrial Union Council, report on United Packinghouse Workers locals from the Nebraska State IUC, Nov-47
  12 Nebraska State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950
  13 Nebraska State Industrial Union Council, 1951-1952
  14 New Hamphire State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1955
  15 New Jersey State Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  16 New Jersey State Industrial Union Council, 1947
  17 New Jersey State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  18 New Jersey State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1951
  19 New Jersey State Industrial Union Council, (1952)1953
  20 New York State Industrial Union Council, 1947
  21 New York State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  22 New York State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1951
  23 New York State Industrial Union Council, (1952)1955
  24 North Carolina State Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946, 1955
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27 1 Ohio State Industrial Union Council, 1947
  2 Ohio State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  3 Ohio State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1952, 1955
  4 Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1941, 1944
  5 Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949
  6 Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council, 1950
  7 Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council, 1951
  8 Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council, (1952)1955
  9 Oregon State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
  10 Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council, December 1946-1947
  11 Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  12 Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  13 Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council, member statistics, by county & local, Dec-50
  14 Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council, list of unaffiliated locals, Dec-50
  15 Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council, 1951-1954
  16 Rhode Island Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
  17 South Carolina Industrial Union Council, 1954
        Contains just one quarterly report.
         
  18 Tennessee State Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
  19 Tennessee State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1955
  20 Texas State Industrial Union Council, 1946
  21 Texas State Industrial Union Council, January-March 1947
  22 Texas State Industrial Union Council, May-November 1947
Box Folder
28 1 Texas State Industrial Union Council, 1948
  2 Texas State Industrial Union Council, (1949)1955
  3 Utah State Industrial Union Council, 1945(1947-1948)
  4 Utah State Industrial Union Council, 1949
  5 Utah State Industrial Union Council, (1950-1952)1954
  6 Vermont State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
  7 Virginia State Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
  8 Virginia State Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1955
  9 Washington State Industrial Union Council, 1938(1940-1941)
  10 Washington State Industrial Union Council, January-June 1942
  11 Washington State Industrial Union Council, July-August 1942
  12 Washington State Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944
  13 Washington State Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  14 Washington State Industrial Union Council, January-November 1947
  15 Washington State Industrial Union Council, Dec-47
  16 Washington State Industrial Union Council, January-March 1948
  17 Washington State Industrial Union Council, April-September 1948
  18 Washington State Industrial Union Council, 1949
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29 1 Washington State Industrial Union Council, February-March 1950
  2 Washington State Industrial Union Council, Apr-50
  3 Washington State Industrial Union Council, May-December 1950
  4 Washington State Industrial Union Council, 1951-1952, 1955
  5 West Virginia State Industrial Union Council, 1939-1942
  6 West Virginia State Industrial Union Council, Officer's Report to convention, 1943
  7 West Virginia State Industrial Union Council, June 1945-January 1947
  8 West Virginia State Industrial Union Council, 1949(1951-1952)
  9 West Virginia State Industrial Union Council, 1955
  10 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1937-1942
  11 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945
  12 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1946
  13 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948
  14 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1949
  15 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1950-1951
  16 Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  17 Wyoming State Industrial Union Council, 1940-1943
  18 Wyoming State Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  19 Wyoming State Industrial Union Council, 1949-1952, 1955
  20 Wyoming State Industrial Union Council, convention proceedings, Jun-52
  21 State IUC conference on state legislation, Dec-44
                       
Series 3: Local Industrial Union Councils, 1936-1956 (23 boxes)
This series contains correspondence files that are similar to the state IUC records (Series #2), in content, type, and consistency, but document a different level of the CIO bureaucracy, the local industrial union councils. The records are primarily correspondence between the local IUCs and the national CIO offices documenting the certification, formation and the functioning of local IUCs. The records sometimes include important topics like complaints of factional problems in the IUCs or the disbanding and creation of news IUCs. But much of the correspondence is routine, ordering CIO publications, rules clarifications, convention announcements, and officer address and phone number updates.
Although the files document some of the factional struggles, the records of many of the well known conflicts are not here. The records are inconsistent.
Similar to the state IUC series, much of the correspondence was originally sent to John Lewis or Phil Murray and redirected to others in the CIO national office, usually John Brophy, Allen Haywood or Anthony Smith, to address.
The records are organized alphabetically, initially by state, then alphabetically by local IUC.
Box Folder
30 1 Alabama, Anniston Industrial Union Council, 1937-1944
  2 Alabama, Anniston Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950, 1953-1954
  3 Alabama, Bessemer Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939
  4 Alabama, Bessemer Industrial Union Council, 1942-1945, 1948-1952
  5 Alabama, Bibb County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  6 Alabama, Bibb County Indurstrial Union Council, 1944
  7 Alabama, Birmingham Industrial Union Council, (1937)1939
  8 Alabama, Birmingham Industrial Union Council, 1941(1946-1948)
  9 Alabama, Birmingham Industrial Union Council, 1953-1955
        Includes an informative 8 page report from NAACP Labor Secretary, Herbert Hill (now Profressor of Afro-American History at the University of Wisconsin), on the relationship between Black workers, the NAACP and the CIO in Birmingham.
         
  10 Alabama, Gadsden Industrial Union Council, 1940(1943-1944)1946
  11 Alabama, Gadsden Industrial Union Council, 1952-1955
  12 Alabama, Huntsville Industrial Union Council, 1937-1941
  13 Alabama, Huntsville Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944, 1948-1949, 1952-1954
  14 Alabama, Mobile Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939, 1944-1946
  15 Alabama, Mobile Industrial Union Council, 1949-1955
  16 Alabama, Montgomery Industrial Union Council, (1950)1955
  17 Alabama, Shelby County Industrial Union Council, 1937(1944-1945)
  18 Alabama, Tuscaloosa County Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  19 Alabama, Walker County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939
  20 Alabama, Walker County Industrial Union Council, (1944-1945)1952
  21 Alabama, Winfield Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940, 1944
  22 Alaska, Juneau Industrial Union Council, 1939-1941, 1944-1946
  23 Alaska, Juneau Industrial Union Council, "All-Alaska Labor Convention Proceedings", Feb-42
  24 Alaska, Juneau Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  25 Alaska, Ketchikan Industrial Union Council, 1938-1941, 1944
  26 Alaska, Ketchikan Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952
  27 Alaska, Silka Industrial Union Council, 1947-1951
  28 Arkansas, Fort Smith Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941, 1944-1945, 1948, 1951, 1954-1955
  29 California, Alameda County Industrial Union Council, (1937-1939)1943
  30 California, Alameda County Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  31 California, Alameda County Industrial Union Council, Alameda County Committee for National CIO, November 1949-September 1950
        The Committee is a factional caucus that supports the National CIO against Communist Party members in the IUC. 1
         
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31 2 California, Contra Costa County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943
  3 California, Contra Costa County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  4 California, Contra Costa County Industrial Union Council, 1950
  5 California, Contra Costa County Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  6 California, Del Norte Industrial Union Council, 1937-1941
  7 California, Del Norte Industrial Union Council, 1944
  8 California, Humboldt Industrial Union Council, 1938-1943
  9 California, Los Angeles Industrial Union Council, 1936-1937
        Includes photostatic copies of a few California Federation of Labor (AFL) letters.
         
  10 California, Los Angeles Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939
  11 California, Los Angeles Industrial Union Council, January-February 1947
  12 California, Los Angeles Industrial Union Council, June-October 1947
  13 California, Los Angeles Industrial Union Council, 1948
  14 California, Los Angeles (Greater) Industrial Union Council, constitution, Apr-49
  15 California, Los Angeles (Greater) Industrial Union Council, June-July 1949
  16 California, Los Angeles (Greater) Industrial Union Council, August-November 1949
  17 California, Los Angeles (Greater) Industrial Union Council, November 1950-1951
  18 California, Los Angeles (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1952-1953
  19 California, Los Angeles (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1954-1955
  20 California, Sacramento Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941
  21 California, Sacramento Industrial Union Council, June-December 1943
  22 California, Sacramento Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948, 1951, 1955
  23 California, San Diego Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939
  24 California, San Diego Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945
  25 California, San Diego Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950
Box Folder
32 1 California, San Diego Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  2 California, San Francisco Industrial Union Council, 1937-1941
  3 California, San Francisco Industrial Union Council, 1942(1948-1949)
  4 California, San Francisco Industrial Union Council, September 1950-1951
  5 California, San Francisco Industrial Union Council, 1952-1955
  6 California, San Joaquin County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939, 1942-1945
  7 California, San Joaquin County Industrial Union Council, 1947
  8 California, San Joaquin County Industrial Union Council, 1951(1953-1954)
  9 California, San Mateo County Industrial Union Council, constitution, Mar-47
  10 California, San Mateo County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949
  11 California, San Mateo County Industrial Union Council, 1951(1953-1954)
  12 California, Santa Clara Industrial Union Council, 1939-1942, 1951, 1954
  13 California, Ventura County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945
  14 California, Ventura County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1951
  15 Colorado, Canon City Industrial Union Council, 1938-1941, 1944
  16 Colorado, Denver Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  17 Colorado, Denver Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  18 Colorado, Denver Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  19 Colorado, Trinidad Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939
  20 Colorado, Trinidad Industrial Union Council, 1941(1944)
  21 Connecticut, Bridgeport Industrial Union Council, 1938-1942
  22 Connecticut, Bridgeport Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948, 1952-1955
  23 Connecticut, Bristol (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945, 1952-1955
  24 Connecticut, Hartford (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1938-1943
  25 Connecticut, Hartford (Greater) Industrial Union Council, (1944-1945)1955
  26 Connecticut, Naugatuck Valley (Lower) Industrial Union Council, (1948-1949)1955
  27 Connecticut, Naugatuck Valley (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1946-1950, 1955
  28 Connecticut, New Britain Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939, 1945
Box Folder
33 1 Connecticut, New Haven Industrial Union Council, 1938(1941)1942
  2 Connecticut, New Haven Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  3 Connecticut, New Haven Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947, 1950-1951, 1954-1955
  4 Connecticut, Stamford Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944, 1948-1949, 1952
  5 Connecticut, Torrington Industrial Union Council, 1944
  6 Connecticut, Torrington Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949, 1955
  7 Connecticut, Waterbury (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944, 1948-1955
  8 Delaware, New Castle County Industrial Union Council, 1941
  9 Connecticut, New Castle County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944
  10 Connecticut, New Castle County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  11 District of Columbia Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1945
  12 District of Columbia Industrial Union Council, (1947-1949)1955
  13 Florida, Duval County Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
  14 Florida, Jacksonville Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  15 Florida, Jacksonville Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948
  16 Georgia, Atlanta Industrial Union Council, 1938-1941
  17 Georgia, Atlanta Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945
  18 Georgia, Atlanta, Industrial Union Council, 1947-1955
  19 Hawaii, Oahu Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948-1949
  20 Illinois, Chicago Industrial Union Council, constitution, Feb-41
  21 Illinois, Chicago Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952
  22 Illinois, Chicago Industrial Union Council, 1953-1955
  23 Illinois, Decatur Industrial Union Council, 1940-1944
  24 Illinois, Decatur Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  25 Illinois, East St. Louis Industrial Union Council, 1938-1945
  26 Illinois, East St. Louis Industrial Union Council, (1947-1949)1955
  27 Illinois, Four Counties Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950, 1954-1955
Box Folder
34 1 Illinois, Fox Valley Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  2 Illinois, Herrin Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943
  3 Illinois, Lake County Industrial Union Council, 1939(1951-1954)
  4 Illinois, LaSalle County Industrial Union Council, (1943-1947)1955
  5 Illinois, Peoria Industrial Union Council, 1939-1946, 1953-1955
  6 Illinois, Quad City Industrial Union Council, 1942-1943
  7 Illinois, Quad City Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  8 Illinois, Quad City Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950
  9 Illinois, Rockford Industrial Union Council, 1940-1944
  10 Illinois, Rockford Industrial Union Council, 1945-1955
  11 Illinois, Springfield Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943
  12 Illinois, Springfield Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
  13 Illinois, Tri-City Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1944, 1950-1955
  14 Illinois, Vermillion County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1944
  15 Illinois, Vermillion County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1955
  16 Illinois, Will County Industrial Union Council, (1941-1945)1955
  17 Illinois, Ziegler Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943
  18 Indiana, Boonville Industrial Union Council, 1939-1941, 1945
  19 Indiana, Cass-Miami Counties Industrial Union Council, 1955
  20 Indiana, Clay County Industrial Union Council, 1937(1944-1945)
  21 Indiana, DeKalb County Industrial Union Council, (1944-1946)1955
  22 Indiana, Delaware County Industrial Union County, 1938-1941
  23 Indiana, Delaware County Industrial Union Council, 1947, 1952-1955
  24 Indiana, Elkhart Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  25 Indiana, Elklhart Industrial Union Council, 1944-1950, 1955
  26 Indiana, Evansville Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  27 Indiana, Evansville Industrial Union Council, 1945-1952, 1955
Box Folder
35 1 Indiana, Fayette County Industrial Union Council, (1951)1955
  2 Indiana, Floyd County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  3 Indiana, Fort Wayne Industrial Union Council, 1939-1942
  4 Indiana, Fort Wayne Industrial Union Council, by-laws, (1943-1949)1955
  5 Indiana, Grant County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948
  6 Indiana, Greene County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943
  7 Indiana, Howard County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945
  8 Indiana, Howard County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1948
  9 Indiana, Howard County Industrial Union Council, 1949-1955
  10 Indiana, Indianapolis Industrial Union Council, 1941-1947
  11 Indiana, Indianapolis Industrial Union Council, Jan-48
  12 Indiana, Indianapolis Industrial Union Council, Feb-48
  13 Indiana, Indianapolis Industrial Union Council, Mar-48
  14 Indiana, Indianapolis Industrial Union Council, August 1948-1955
  15 Indiana, Lake County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  16 Indiana, Lake County Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
  17 Indiana, LaPorte County Industrial Union Council, (1945-1950)1953
  18 Indiana, Lawrence County Industrial Union Council, 1954-1955
  19 Indiana, Madison County Industrial Union Council, 1939, 1945, 1952, 1955
  20 Indiana, New Castle County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944, 1948-1949, 1955
  21 Indiana, Princeton District Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940, 1944, 1947, 1953-1954
  22 Indiana, Randolph County Industrial Union Council, 1949-1955
  23 Indiana, St. Joseph County Industrial Union Council (formerly known as the South Bend IUC), September 1942-1943, 1946-1951
  24 Indiana, St. Joseph County Industrial Union Council (formerly known as the South Bend IUC), (1952-1953)1955
  25 Indiana, South Bend Industrial Union Council (name changed to St. Joseph IUC in April 1942), 1937-April 1942
  26 Indiana, Sullivan County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1941, 1945
  27 Indiana, Twin Counties Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
Box Folder
36 1 Indiana, Vermillion County Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  2 Indiana, Vigo County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1946
  3 Indiana, Vigo County Industrial Union Council, 1948, 1952, 1955
  4 Indiana, Wabash Valley Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941, 1944-1945
  5 Indiana, Wayne County Industrial Union Council, 1945
  6 Indiana, Wayne County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949
  7 Indiana, Wayne County Industrial Union Council, (1950)1955
  8 Iowa, Appanoose County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1955
  9 Iowa, Black Hawk County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  10 Iowa, Black Hawk County Industrial Union Council, (1948)1955
  11 Iowa, Cedar Rapids Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  12 Iowa, Cedar Rapids Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1954-1955
  13 Iowa, Cerro Gordo County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945, 1951, 1955
  14 Iowa, Des Moines Industrial Union Council, 1942(1948)
  15 Iowa, Des Moines Industrial Union Council, 1951-1952, 1955
  16 Iowa, Dubuque Industrial Union Council, 1949-1952, 1955
  17 Iowa, Keokuk Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948-1950, 1955
  18 Iowa, Ottumwa Industrial Union Council, (1940-1944)1955
  19 Iowa, Sioux City Industrial Union Council, 1939(1943-1945)1955
  20 Iowa, Webster County Industrial Union Council, 1941(1949-1952)1955
  21 Kansas, Topeka Industrial Union Council, 1948, 1952, 1955
  22 Kansas, Wichita Industrial Union Council, by-laws, [c. 1944]
  23 Kansas, Wichita Industrial Union Council, 1944-1949, 1955
  24 Kentucky, Boyd and Greenup Counties Industrial Union Council, 1944-1954
  25 Kentucky, Elkhorn Industrial Union Council, 1937
  26 Kentucky, Louisville Industrial Union Council, 1942-1946
  27 Kentucky, Louisville Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948, 1952
Box Folder
37 1 Kentucky, Louisville Industrial Union Council, 1955
  2 Kentucky, Pikerville Industrial Union Council, 1937
  3 Louisiana, Four Parishes Industrial Union Council, (1946-1948)1955
  4 Louisiana, Jefferson Parish Industrial Union Council, 1946-1950
  5 Louisiana, New Orleans Industrial Union Council, 1939(1946-1947)
  6 Louisiana, New Orleans Industrial Union Council, 1948-1955
  7 Louisiana, Southwest Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948
  8 Louisiana, Southwest Industrial Union Council, 1950
  9 Maryland, Baltimore Industrial Union Council, 1939-1944
  10 Maryland, Baltimore Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  11 Maryland, Baltimore Industrial Union Council, (1948-1949)1955
  12 Maryland, Central Maryland Industrial Union Council, 1954-1955
  13 Maryland, Western Maryland Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1943
  14 Maryland, Western Maryland Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945
  15 Maryland, Western Maryland Industrial Union Council, (1948-1952)1955
  16 Massachusetts, Berkshire County Industrial Union Council, (1944-1946)1949
  17 Massachusetts, Berkshire Industrial Union Council, 1953-1956
  18 Massachusetts, Boston (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1939-1941
  19 Massachusetts, Boston (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  20 Massachusetts, Boston (Greater) Industrial Union Council, (1945-1950)1955
  21 Massachusetts, Brockton Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950
  22 Massachusetts, Fall River Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939
  23 Massachusetts, Fall River Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944, 1948-1954
  24 Massachusetts, Interboro Industrial Union Council, 1946-1949, 1953-1955
  25 Massachusetts, Lawrence (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948-1952, 1955
  26 Massachusetts, Lowell Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939, 1943-1945, 1953-1954
  27 Massachusetts, New Bedford (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1952-1954
  28 Massachusetts, Norfolk County Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1948-1950, 1954
Box Folder
38 1 Massachusetts, Northhampton District Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  2 Massachusetts, Northhampton District Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  3 Massachusetts, North Shore Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939, 1942-1944
  4 Massachusetts, North Shore Industrial Union Council, 1946-1954
  5 Massachusetts, Tri-City Area Industrial Union Council, 1943, 1946-1949, 1953-1954
  6 Massachusetts, Western Massachusetts Industrial Union Council, 1939-1940, 1945, 1948-1950, 1955
  7 Massachusetts, Worcester Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1946, 1950-1955
  8 Michigan, Bay County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  9 Michigan, Bay County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1946
  10 Michigan, Bay County Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950, 1955-1956
  11 Michigan, Berrien County Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1945-1946
  12 Michigan, Berrien County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1955
  13 Michigan, Branch County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944, 1948-1955
  14 Michigan, Cadillac Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1948-1950, 1955
  15 Michigan, Calhoun County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1950, 1954-1955
  16 Michigan, Detroit (Greater) and Wayne County Industrial Union Council, 1938(1946-1947)
  17 Michigan, Detroit (Greater) and Wayne County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  18 Michigan, Detroit (Greater) and Wayne County Industrial Union Council, 1950-1955
  19 Michigan, Dickinson County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945
  20 Michigan, Dickinson County Industrial Union Council, 1948, 1952, 1955
  21 Michigan, Emmet County Industrial Union Council, 1942-1943, 1949-1951, 1955
  22 Michigan, Flint (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  23 Michigan, Flint (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  24 Michigan, Flint (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1949-1952, 1955
  25 Michigan, Gogebic County Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944, 1949-1952, 1955
  26 Michigan, Ingham (Greater) Industrial Union Council (also known as the Lansing Industrial Union Council), 1940
  27 Michigan, Ingham (Greater) Industrial Union Council (also known as the Lansing Industrial Union Council), 1943-1944
Box Folder
39 1 Michigan, Ingham (Greater) Industrial Union Council (also known as the Lansing Industrial Union Council), 1946-1947
  2 Michigan, Ingham (Greater) Industrial Union Council (also known as the Lansing Industrial Union Council), 1948-1952, 1955
  3 Michigan, Ionia and Montcalm Counties Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1947-1948, 1951, 1955
  4 Michigan, Iron County Industrial Union Council, 1943(1948-1950)1955
  5 Michigan, Jackson County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  6 Michigan, Jackson County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1950
  7 Michigan, Jackson County Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  8 Michigan, Kalamazoo Industrial Union Council, 1943, 1946-1950
  9 Michigan, Kent County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1946
  10 Michigan, Kent County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
  11 Michigan, Lenawee County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1946, 1952, 1955
  12 Michigan, Lower Thumb of Michigan Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940, 1944-1945
  13 Michigan, Macomb County Industrial Union Council, 1944
  14 Michigan, Macomb County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1955
  15 Michigan, Marquette County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1955
  16 Michigan, Monroe County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948, 1952, 1955
  17 Michigan, Ottawa County Industrial Union Council, 1947, 1951
  18 Michigan, Pontiac and Oakland Counties Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1945-1946
  19 Michigan, Potiac and Oakland Counties Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949
  20 Michigan, Pontiac and Oakland Counties Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  21 Michigan, Port Cities Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, 1937
  22 Michigan, Port Cities Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  23 Michigan, Port Cities Industrial Union Council, (1945-1948)1952
  24 Michigan, St. Clair County Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, 1946
  25 Michigan, St. Clair County Industrial Union Council, 1942-1952, 1955
  26 Michigan, St. Joseph, Stugis and Branch Counties Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945, 1952, 1955
  27 Michigan, Saginaw District Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1945-1946
  28 Michigan, Saginaw District Industrial Union Council, 1947
  29 Michigan, Saginaw District Industrial Union Council, 1949, 1952, 1955
  30 Michigan, Traverse (Grand) County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945, 1947
Box Folder
40 1 Michigan, Tri-Counties Industrial Union Council, 1955
        Contains only a certificate bonding officers.
         
  2 Michigan, Washtenaw County industrial Union Council, 1942-1944, 1948-1952, 1955
  3 Minnesota, Duluth Industrial Union Council, 1939-1941
  4 Minnesota, Duluth Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944
  5 Minnesota, Duluth Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  6 Minnesota, Duluth Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  7 Minnesota, Duluth Industrial Union Council, 1952-1955
  8 Minnesota, Hennepin County Industrial Union Council, 1940-1942
  9 Minnesota, Hennepin County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1947
  10 Minnesota, Hennepin County Industrial Union Council, 1948
  11 Minnesota, Hennepin County Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, 1949
  12 Minnesota, Hennepin County Industrial Union Council, (1949-1952)1955
  13 Minnesota, Iron Range Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941, 1944, 1952-1955
  14 Minnesota, St. Paul Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945
  15 Minnesota, St. Paul Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948
  16 Minnesota, St. Paul Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950, 1953-1955
  17 Minnesota, Winona County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1950
  18 Missouri, Hannibal Industrial Union Council, 1944
  19 Missouri, Hannibal Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947, 1954
  20 Missouri, Kansas City Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  21 Missouri, Kansas City Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  22 Missouri, Kansas City Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  23 Missouri, Kansas City Industrial Union Council, (1951-1952)1955
  24 Missouri, St. Joseph Industrial Union Council, 1944-1947
  25 Missouri, St. Joseph Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950, 1953-1955
  26 Missouri, St. Louis Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
Box Folder
41 1 Missouri, St. Louis Industrial Union Council, (1948-1952)1956
  2 Montana, Roundup Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1942-1944
  3 Montana, Yellowstone Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948-1950, 1953-1955
  4 Nebraska, Lincoln Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  5 Nebraska, Omaha Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  6 Nebraska, Omaha Industrial Union Council, 1946-1948
  7 Nebraska, Omaha Industrial Union Council, (1949-1952)1955
  8 New Hampshire, Claremont Industrial Union Council, 1945-1949
  9 New Hampshire, Claremont Industrial Union Council, 1952-1954
  10 New Hampshire, Newport Industrial Union Council, 1947
  11 New Hampshire, Newport Industrial Union Council, 1949-1954
  12 New Hampshire, Sullivan County Industrial Union Council, 1955
        Contains only one financial report to the National CIO.
         
  13 New Jersey, Bergen County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  14 New Jersey, Bergen County Industrial Union Council, (1945-1951)1955
  15 New Jersey, Burlington County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  16 New Jersey, Burlington County Industrial Union Council, 1951-1952, 1955
  17 New Jersey, Central Jersey Industrial Union Council, 1937-1941
  18 New Jersey, Central Jersey Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944
  19 New Jersey, Central Jersey Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  20 New Jersey, Central Jersey Industrial Union Council, (1949-1952)1955
  21 New Jersey, Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council (formerly the Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council), February 1949-1950
  22 New Jersey, Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council (formerly the Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council), 1951
  23 New Jersey, Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council (formerly the Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council), 1952-1955
  24 New Jersey, Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council (formerly the Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council), officer and committee convention reports, Mar-53
  25 New Jersey, Hudson County Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941
  26 New Jersey, Hudson County Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  27 New Jersey, Hudson County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  28 New Jersey, Hudson County Industrial Union Council, 1949
Box Folder
42 1 New Jersey, Hudson County Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
  2 New Jersey, Middlesex Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948-1950, 1955
  3 New Jersey, Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council (name changed to Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council in 1949), 1937-1941
  4 New Jersey, Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council (name changed to Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council in 1949), 1942-1943
  5 New Jersey, Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council (name changed to Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council in 1949), 1944-1947
  6 New Jersey, Newark (Greater) Industrial Union Council (name changed to Essex-West Hudson Industrial Union Council in 1949), 1948-January 1949
  7 New Jersey, Passaic County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  8 New Jersey, Passaic County Industrial Union Council, (1947-1950)1955
  9 New Jersey, South Jersey Industrial Union Council, 1939-1940, 1945-1946
  10 New Jersey, South Jersey Industrial Union Council, 1947
  11 New Jersey, South Jersey Industrial Union Council, (1948-1950)1955
  12 New Jersey, Union County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945
  13 New Jersey, Union County Industrial Union Council, 1947
  14 New Jersey, Union County Industrial Union Council, 1948, 1951-1952, 1955
  15 New York, Broome County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944, 1950-1951
  16 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  17 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1941-1942
  18 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, handbook, rules, constitution, and by-laws, Feb-43
  19 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1943-1946
  20 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1947
  21 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949
  22 New York, Buffalo (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1950-1952, 1955
  23 New York, Capitol District Industrial Union Council (formerly the Schenectady Industrial Union Council, became the Schenectady County Industrial Union Council in May 1950), 1939
  24 New York, Capitol District Industrial Union Council (formerly the Schenectady Industrial Union Council, became the Schenectady County Industrial Union Council in May 1950), 1942-1945
  25 New York, Capitol District Industrial Union Council (formerly the Schenectady Industrial Union Council, became the Schenectady County Industrial Union Council in May 1950), 1947-1948, 1954
Box Folder
43 1 New York, Chataqua County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945, 1948, 1952
  2 New York, Dunkirk Area Industrial Union Council, 1946-1948, 1951, 1955
  3 New York, Finger Lakes Industrial Union Council, (1945)1954
  4 New York, Hudson (Upper) Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  5 New York, Jamestown Industrial Union Council, 1951-1955
  6 New York, Lockport Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944, 1949-1950, 1954
  7 New York, Nassau-Suffolk Counties Industrial Union Council, 1941(1944-1945)
  8 New York, Nassau-Suffolk Counties Industrial Union Council, 1946
  9 New York, Nassau-Suffolk Counties Industrial Union Council, 1948
  10 New York, Nassau-Suffolk Counties Industrial Union Council, 1949-1950
  11 New York, New York (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1940
  12 New York, New York (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1947
  13 New York, New York (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1948
  14 New York, New York City Industrial Union Council, 1949-1952, 1955
  15 New York, New York (Greater) Joint Council of Barbers" and Beauty Culturists' Union, 1937-1941
  16 New York, New York Maritime Council, 1937-1941
  17 New York, Niagara County Industrial Union Council, 1942-1946
  18 New York, Niagara County Industrial Union Council, 1954
  19 New York, Oswego Industrial Union Council, 1954-1955
  20 New York, Rochester Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943, 1956
  21 New York, Schenectady Industrial Union Council (became the Capitol District Industrial Union Council in 1939), 1937-1938, 1954
  22 New York, Schenectady County Industrial Union Council (formerly the Capitol District Industrial Union Council, became the Schenectady (Greater) Industrial Union Council in 1952), 1948-1950, 1954
  23 New York, Schenectady (Greater) Industrial Union Council (also known as Schenectady Area Industrial Union Council formerly the Schenectady County Industrial Union Council), (1952)1955
  24 New York, Syracruse (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941
  25 New York, Syracruse (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1943
  26 New York, Syracruse (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948, 1952, 1955
  27 New York, Troy Area Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1955
  28 New York, Utica (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1948, 1955
  29 New York, Westchester Industrial Union Council, 1940, 1943-1944, 1947
  30 New York, Westchester Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1955
  31 North Carolina, Durham Industrial Union Council, 1938-1942, 1949, 1955
  32 North Carolina, High Point-Thomasville Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947, 1953-1955
  33 North Carolina, Mecklenburg Industrial Union Council, 1942-1946, 1955
  34 North Carolina, Mecklenburg County Industrial Union Council, 1951, 1955
  35 Ohio, Allen County Industrial Union Council (name changed to Lima Regional Industrial Union Council in May 1943), 1938-1940
  36 Ohio, Allen County Industrial Union Council (name changed to Lima Regional Industrial Union Council in May 1943), 1943-May 1944
Box Folder
44 1 Ohio, Akron Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1944
  2 Ohio, Akron Industrial Union Council, 1947
  3 Ohio, Akron Industrial Union Council, 1949-1952, 1955
  4 Ohio, Alliance Industrial Union Council, 1946-1952, 1955
  5 Ohio, Ashtabula County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  6 Ohio, Ashtabula County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948, 1952, 1955
  7 Ohio, Barberton Industrial Union Council, 1942-1943, 1951, 1955
  8 Ohio, Belmont Industrial Union Council, 1937-1942, 1945, 1953-1954
  9 Ohio, Butler County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945, 1952-1955
  10 Ohio, Cincinnati (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1939-1944
  11 Ohio, Cincinnati (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1955
  12 Ohio, Cleveland Industrial Union Council, 1947
  13 Ohio, Cleveland Industrial Union Council, 1948
  14 Ohio, Cleveland Industrial Union Council, 1950-1955
  15 Ohio, Columbiana Industrial Union Council, 1939-1942
  16 Ohio, Columbiana Industrial Union Council, 1948, 1952, 1955
  17 Ohio, Crawford County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1947
  18 Ohio, Crawford County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950, 1953-1954
  19 Ohio, Fostoria Industrial Union Council, 1943, 1948-1950, 1955
  20 Ohio, Franklin County Industrial Union Council, 1939, 1942-1944, 1948, 1952-1954
  21 Ohio, Hancock County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1947, 1950-1952, 1955
  22 Ohio, Hocking and Sunday Creek Valley Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1943
  23 Ohio, Jackson and Vinton Counties Industrial Union Council, 1939, 1945
  24 Ohio, Jefferson and Harrison Counties Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943
  25 Ohio, Jefferson and Harrison Counties Industrial Union Council, 1946-1946
  26 Ohio, Jefferson and Harrison Counties Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1953-1955
  27 Ohio, Licking County Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1951, 1955
  28 Ohio, Lima Regional Industrial Union Council (formerly Allen County Industrial Union Council), June-July 1944
  29 Ohio, Lima Regional Industrial Union Council (formerly Allen County Industrial Union Council), August 1944-1945
  30 Ohio, Lima Regional Industrial Union Council (formerly Allen County Industrial Union Council), 1948-1951, 1955
  31 Ohio, Lorain County Industrial Union Council, 1940-1946
  32 Ohio, Lorain County Industrial Union Council, (1948)1955
  33 Ohio, Mahoning County Industrial Union Council, constitution, Mar-43
  34 Ohio, Mahoning County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1948
Box Folder
45 1 Ohio, Mahoning County Industrial Union Council, 1949
  2 Ohio, Mahoning County Industrial Union Council, 1950-1955
  3 Ohio, Marion County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1947, 1953-1955
  4 Ohio, Massilon Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948, 1951-1952, 1955
  5 Ohio, Miami, Shelby, and Darke Counties Industrial Union Council (also known as Tri-County Industrial Union County), 1945
  6 Ohio, Miami, Shelby, and Darke Counties Industrial Union Council (also known as Tri-County Industrial Union County), 1946, 1949-1950
  7 Ohio, Miami, Shelby, and Darke Counties Industrial Union Council (also known as Tri-County Industrial Union County), 1951-1952, 1955
  8 Ohio, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  9 Ohio, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council, audit report, 1944-1945
        Photostatic copies which are not in very good shape.
         
  10 Ohio, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council, audit reports, 1944-1945
        Xerox copies of photostats in 45:9. Some are readable and some are not.
         
  11 Ohio, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council, (1945)1947
  12 Ohio, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council, 1948
  13 Ohio, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council, (1949)1955
  14 Ohio, Muskingum County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1944, 1949, 1952, 1955
  15 Ohio, Perry County Industrial Union Council, 1940-1942, 1945
  16 Ohio, Portage County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945, 1949, 1955
  17 Ohio, Portsmouth District Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  18 Ohio, Portsmouth District Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  19 Ohio, Portsmouth District Industrial Union Council, 1946-1949
  20 Ohio, Portsmouth District Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  21 Ohio, Richland County Industrial Union Council, 1937(1942-1945)
  22 Ohio, Richland County Industrial Union Council, (1946-1950)1955
  23 Ohio, Sandusky Industrial Union Council, 1937-1939, 1943, 1946-1950, 1955
  24 Ohio, Sandusky and Ottawa Counties Industrial Union Council, 1944
  25 Ohio, Sandusky and Ottawa Counties Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949, 1952-1955
  26 Ohio, Springfield (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1944-1947
  27 Ohio, Springfield (Greater) Industrial Union Council, administratorship, March-April 1948
  28 Ohio, Springfield (Greater) Industrial Union Council, administratorship, May-June 1948
  29 Ohio, Springfield (Greater) Industrial Union Council, administratorship, Jul-48
  30 Ohio, Springfield (Greater) Industrial Union Council, administratorship, August-October 1948
  31 Ohio, Springfield (Greater) Industrial Union Council, (1948-1950)1955
Box Folder
46 1 Ohio, Stark County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  2 Ohio, Stark County Industrial Union Council, (1945-1952)1955
  3 Ohio, Toledo Industrial Union Council, 1948-1955
  4 Ohio, Tri-County Industrial Union Council, 1955
  5 Ohio, Trumbull County Industrial Union Council, 1940-1945
  6 Ohio, Trumbull County Industrial Union Council, 1949-1955
  7 Ohio, Tuscarawas County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1943-1954
  8 Ohio, Washington County Industrial Union Council, 1955
  9 Oklahoma, Henryetta Industrial Union Council, 1939-1941, 1944-1945
  10 Oklahoma, Oklahoma County Industrial Union Council, 1939, 1943-1944
  11 Oklahoma, Oklahoma County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946, 1949-1951, 1955
  12 Oklahoma, Tulsa County Industrial Union Council, 1946, 1950-1951, 1955
  13 Oklahoma, Tulsa County Industrial Union Council, "Oklahoma Labor Review" (Tulsa County IUC newspaper), Sep-51
  14 Oregon, Columbia (Lower) River Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1941, 1944-1946
  15 Oregon, Coos Bay Area Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1941, 1946
  16 Oregon, Coos Bay Area Industrial Union Council, 1948-1951
  17 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, 1938, March-November 1941
  18 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, Dec-41
  19 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, January-May 1942
  20 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, July 1942-April 1943
  21 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945
  22 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, 1947
  23 Oregon, Portland Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949, 1955
  24 Pennsylvania, Allegheny County Industrial Union Council, 1942, 1945
  25 Pennsylvania, Allegheny County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
  26 Pennsylvania, Beaver County Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1944
  27 Pennsylvania, Beaver County Industrial Union Council, 1939-1944
  28 Pennsylvania, Beaver County Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1948-1952, 1955
  29 Pennsylvania, Berks County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1944
  30 Pennsylvania, Berks County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  31 Pennsylvania, Berks County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1955
  32 Pennsylvania, Blair County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1947
  33 Pennsylvania, Blair County Industrial Union Council, (1949)1955
Box Folder
47 1 Pennsylvania, Bucks (Lower) County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1948, 1952-1955
  2 Pennsylvania, Butler Industrial Union Council, (1942-1945)1955
  3 Pennsylvania, Cambria (Northern) Central Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1943-1944
  4 Pennsylvania, Chester County Industrial Union Council (formerly Montgomery and Chester Counties Industrial Union Council), 1950
  5 Pennsylvania, Chester County Industrial Union Council (formerly Montgomery and Chester Counties Industrial Union Council), 1951-1955
  6 Pennsylvania, Clearfield County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945, 1954-1955
  7 Pennsylvania, Crawford and Venego Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941, 1944, 1947-1948
  8 Pennsylvania, Crawford County Industrial Union Council, (1948-1951)1955
  9 Pennsylvania, Delaware County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1955
  10 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, January-March 1948
  11 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, Apr-48
  12 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, May-June 1948
  13 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, Jun-48
  14 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, September-December 1948
  15 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, Oct-50
  16 Pennsylvania, Erie Industrial Union Council, (1949-1952)1955
  17 Pennsylvania, Greene County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1942, 1945
  18 Pennsylvania, Greensburg Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945
  19 Pennsylvania, Greensburg Industrial Union Council, 1948-1952, 1956
  20 Pennsylvania, Harrisburg Region Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1947-1948, 1952, 1955
  21 Pennsylvania, Indiana Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1953-1954
  22 Pennsylvania, Johnstown (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945
  23 Pennsylvania, Johnstown (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949, 1952, 1955
  24 Pennsylvania, Kiski Valley Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944, 1952, 1955
  25 Pennsylvania, Lackawanna County Industrial Union Council, 1939-1941, 1944-1948, 1955
  26 Pennsylvania, Lancaster Industrial Union Council, 1938-1941
  27 Pennsylvania, Lancaster Industrial Union Council, 1943-1948
  28 Pennsylvania, Lancaster Industrial Union Council, 1948
  29 Pennsylvania, Lancaster Industrial Union Council, 1949-1951, 1955
  30 Pennsylvania, Latrobe District Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939, 1944, 1953-1954
  31 Pennsylvania, Lawrence County Industrial Union Council, 1943, 1946, 1951, 1955
  32 Pennsylvania, Lebanon County Industrial Union Council, 1947-1948, 1951-1952, 1955
  33 Pennsylvania, Lehigh County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
  34 Pennsylvania, Lehigh County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1949, 1952-1955
Box Folder
48 1 Pennsylvania, Lycoming Industrial Union Council, 1942-1945
  2 Pennsylvania, Lycoming Industrial Union Council, 1947
  3 Pennsylvania, Lycoming Industrial Union Council, March-April 1948
  4 Pennsylvania, Lycoming Industrial Union Council, May-June 1948
  5 Pennsylvania, Lycoming Industrial Union Council, July-November 1948
  6 Pennsylvania, Lycoming Industrial Union Council, 1949-1955
  7 Pennsylvania, Mifflin County Industrial Union Council, 1945, 1951-1955
  8 Pennsylvania, Monongahela Valley Industrial Union Council, 1940-1944
  9 Pennsylvania, Monongahela Valley Industrial Union Council, 1945-1946
  10 Pennsylvania, Monongahela Valley Industrial Union Council, 1947-1949, 1952-1955
  11 Pennsylvania, Montgomery County Industrial Union Council (formerly Montgomery and Chester Counties Industrial Union Council), 1950-1952, 1955
  12 Pennsylvania, Montgomery and Chester Counties Industrial Unions Council (split into Chester County IUC and Montgomery County IUC), 1943-1944
  13 Pennsylvania, Montgomery and Chester Counties Industrial Unions Council (split into Chester County IUC and Montgomery County IUC), 1946-1948
  14 Pennsylvania, Montgomery and Chester Counties Industrial Unions Council (split into Chester County IUC and Montgomery County IUC), 1949-1951
  15 Pennsylvania, Northhampton Industrial Union Council, 1939-1940, 1943-1944, 1948-1949, 1955
  16 Pennsylvania, Northumberland County Area Industrial Union Council, 1947-1950, 1955
  17 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, Dec-44
  18 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Industrial Union Council, (1948-1952)1955
  19 Pennsylvania, Quakertown Industrial Union Council, 1938-1941, 1946-1949, 1953
  20 Pennsylvania, Scranton-Lackawanna Industrial Union Council, 1946-1950
  21 Pennsylvania, Shenango Industial Union Council, 1941-1946
  22 Pennsylvania, Shenango Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952, 1955
  23 Pennsylvania, Shenandoah Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941, 1944-1945
  24 Pennsylvania, Steel City Industrial Union Council, 1941-1949, 1952, 1955
  25 Pennsylvania, Tarentum Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944, 1948-1952, 1955
  26 Pennsylvania, Uniontown Industrial Union Council, 1938-1940, 1944-1945
  27 Pennsylvania, Venango County Industrial Union County, 1951-1952, 1955
  28 Pennsylvania, Washington Industrial Union Council, 1937-1938, 1941-1945, 1953-1954
  29 Pennsylvania, Wilkes-Barre Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944
  30 Pennsylvania, Wilkes-Barre Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
  31 Pennsylvania, Wilkes-Barre Industrial Union Council, (1948-1950)1955
  32 Pennsylvania, York County Industrial Union Council, 1939-1947, 1950-1952, 1955
Box Folder
49 1 South Carolina, Charleston (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1951, 1955
  2 Tennessee, Campbell County Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1944
  3 Tennessee, Chattanooga Industrial Union Council, 1940-1944
  4 Tennessee, Chattanooga Industrial Union Council, 1945-1948
  5 Tennessee, Chattanooga Industrial Union Coucil, 1948-1956
  6 Tennessee, Knoxville Industrial Union Council, 1940-1942
  7 Tennessee, Knoxville Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1949, 1952, 1955
  8 Tennessee, Memphis Industrial Union Council, 1939-1955
  9 Tennessee, Nashville Industrial Union Council, 1941-1948, 1955
  10 Tennessee, Northeast Tennessee Industrial Union Council, 1942(1952-1955)
  11 Texas, San Antonio (Greater) Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1944-1945
  12 Texas, Bexar County Industrial Union Council, 1955
  13 Texas, Corpus Christi Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1944, 1948-1949
  14 Texas, Dallas Area Industrial Union Council, 1943, 1947-1952, 1955
  15 Texas, El Paso Industrial Union Council, 1946, 1949
  16 Texas, Harris County Industrial Union Council (name changed to Houston Area Industrial Union Council in 1945), 1943-May 1945
  17 Texas, Harris County Industrial Union Council (name changed to Houston Area Industrial Union Council in 1945), [c. 1945]
  18 Texas, Houston Area Industrial Union Council (formerly Harris County Industrial Union Council), October 1945-July 1947
  19 Texas, Houston Area Industrial Union Council (formerly Harris County Industrial Union Council), August -October 1947
  20 Texas, Houston Area Industrial Union Council (formerly Harris County Industrial Union Council), November-December 1947
  21 Texas, Houston Area Industrial Union Council (formerly Harris County Industrial Union Council), 1949-1955
  22 Texas, Sabine Area Industrial Union Council, 1938-1939
  23 Texas, Sabine Area Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1944-1945, 1955
  24 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943, 1946-1947
  25 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, 1948-1950
  26 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, 1951-1952, 1955
  27 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, minutes, 1947
  28 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, minutes, 1948, 1950
  29 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, minutes, 1951
  30 Texas, Tarrant County Industrial Union Council, minutes, 1952
Box Folder
50 1 Utah, Carbon County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1942
  2 Utah, Carbon County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945, 1950
  3 Vermont, Chittenden County Industrial Union Council, 1945-1952, 1955
  4 Virginia, Appalacia Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1943
  5 Virginia, Blue Ridge Industrial Union Council, 1944-1948, 1955
  6 Virginia, Grundy Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1943
  7 Virginia, Richmond Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1942-1944, 1947-1952, 1955
  8 Virginia, Roanoke Industrial Union Council, Jun-55
        Conatins just one financial report to CIO.
         
  9 Virginia, Tazewell County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1943
  10 Virgania, Tidewater Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943
  11 Virginia, Tidewater Inustrial Union Council, 1944
  12 Virginia, Tidewater Industrial Union Council, (1945)1955
  13 Washington, Bellingham Industrial Union Council, 1937
  14 Washington, Bellingham Industrial Union Council, 1950-1951, 1955
  15 Washington, Cowlitz County Industrial, 1937, 1937-1945
  16 Washington, Cowlitz County Industrial Union, 1946-1948, 1953
  17 Washington, Grays Harbor Industrial Union Council, 1941, 1944-1945, 1948, 1951, 1955
  18 Washington, Roslyn and Elum Counties Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941-1943
  19 Washington, Seattle Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1941
  20 Washington, Seattle Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1947
  21 Washington, Seattle Industrial Union Council, 1948
  22 Washington, Seattle Industrial Union Council, 1950-1951
  23 Washington, Seattle-King County Industrial Union Council, 1951, 1955
  24 Washington, Snohomish Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1943
  25 Washington, Snohomish Industrial Union Council, 1947-1952
  26 Washington, Spokane County Industrial Union Council, 1945
  27 Washington, Spokane County Industrial Union Council, Spokane Recreation Center, Dec-45
  28 Washington, Spokane County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947
  29 Washington, Spokane County Industrial Union Council, May 1948-February 1949
  30 Washington, Spokane County Industrial Union Council, March 1949-1950, 1955
  31 Washington, Spokane County Industrial Union Council, meeting minutes, 1949-1952
Box Folder
51 1 Washington, Tacoma Industrial Union Council, 1940
  2 Washington, Tacoma Industrial Union Council, meeting minutes, October 1940-March 1941
  3 Washington, Tacoma and Pierce Counties Industrial Union Council, 1944, 1947-1950, 1955
  4 Washington, Tacoma and Pierce Counties Industrial Union Council, meeting minutes, May 1947-December 1949
  5 Washington, Thurston Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1941, 1948-1949, 1952-1955
  6 Washington, Willopa Harbor Industrial Union Coucil, 1937, 1941-1941
  7 West Virginia, Beckley Industrial Union Councils, 1937, 1941-1945
  8 West Virginia, Cabell County Industrial Union Council, 1942-1944, 1952-1955
  9 West Virginia, Eastern Panhandle Industrial Union Council, 1939-1944, 1953-1955
  10 West Virginia, Harrison County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945, 1950-1951, 1955
  11 West Virginia, Kanawha County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944, 1955
  12 West Virginia, Logan Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1945
  13 West Virginia, Marion County Industrial Union Council, 1939-1946, 1949-1950, 1955
  14 West Virginia, Marshall County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1944
  15 West Virginia, Martinsburg Industrial Union Council, 1937-1940
  16 West Virginia, Mercer County Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1944
  17 West Virginia, Monomgalia County Industrial Union Council, 1938-1946
  18 West Virginia, Montgomery Industrial Union Council, 1937-1938, 1944-1945
  19 West Virginia, Mullens Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940, 1944-1946
  20 West Virginia, Oak Hill Industrial Union Council, 1937, 1940-1943
  21 West Virginia, Welch Industrial Union Coucil, 1937, 1941, 1944-1945
  22 West Virginia, Wheeling Region Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, Nov-38
  23 West Virginia, Wheeling Region Industrial Union Council, 1941-1944
  24 West Virginia, Wheeling Region Industrial Union Council, 1946-1949, 1952, 1955
  25 West Virginia, Williamson Industrial Union Council, 1937-1946
  26 West Virginia, Wood County Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1943-1944, 1948, 1951, 1955
  27 Wisconsin, Chippewa Valley Industrial Union Council, 1955
        Contains just one employee bond certificate.
         
  28 Wisconsin, Dane County Industrial Union Council, 1943-1945
  29 Wisconsin, Dane County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1947, 1950, 1955
  30 Wisconsin, Eau Claire Industrial Union Council, 1937-1943, 1946-1954
  31 Wisconsin, Fond du Lac Industrial Union Council, 1938, 1941, 1944, 1950-1952, 1955
  32 Wisconsin, Kenosha County Industrial Union Council, 1941-1945
  33 Wisconsin, Kenosha County Industrial Union Council, 1946-1952, 1955
  34 Wisconsin, La Crosse Industrial Union Council, 1941-1943, 1949, 1952, 1955
Box Folder
52 1 Wisconsin, Milwaukee County Industrial Union Council, 1940, 1947-1950
  2 Wisconsin, Milwaukee County Industrial Union Council, 1951-1952, 1955
  3 Wisconsin, Milwaukee County Industrial Union Council, meeeting minutes, 1948-1949
  4 Wisconsin, Milwaukee County Industrial Union Council, meeeting minutes, 1951-1952
  5 Wisconsin, Racine County Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  6 Wisconsin, Rock County Industrial Union Council, 1954-1955
  7 Wisconsin, Sheboygan County Industrial Union Council, 1944-1945, 1952, 1955
  8 Wisconsin, Waukesha County Industrial Union Council, constitution and by-laws, 1950
  9 Wisconsin, Waukesha County Industrial Union Council, 1950, 1955
  10 Wisconsin, Winnebago Industrial Union Council, 1952, 1955
  11 Wyoming, Sweetwater Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941, 1944
  12 Puerto Rico, Confederation of General Workers, 1940-1941
  13 Puerto Rico, General Confederation of Labor, 1949-1950
  14 Puerto Rico, General Confederation of Labor, 1951-1953
  15 Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico Industrial Union Council, 1955
  16 Canada, British Columbia Industrial Union Council, 1940-1941, 1944
  17 Officially withdrawn, revoked or cancelleced Industrial Union Councils, Jun-55
                       
Series 4: Local Industrial Unions, 1937-1957 (24 boxes)
Subseries 4.1 contains records on the affiliation of local industrial unions in the CIO. The CIO created local industrial unions directly affiliated to the CIO when a national CIO union for a particular type of worker did not yet exist. The local industrial unions were meant to be temporary and mirror, to some extent, the AFL's Federal Labor Unions.
These records are consistently sparse, usually containing an application for direct affiliation, a brief CIO report, a positive CIO response granting affiliation, and correspondence related to redirecting the union into a national union. Although the files are sparse, this seems to be a complete record of the certification and transfer of local industrial unions.
Also included at the end of the series in a number of files are correspondence from national unions making claims on local industrial unions in 1953 when the CIO decided it wanted to parcel more of the local industrial unions out to national unions.
The records are organized by local industrial union number, which is also generally chronological. The CIO, however, occasionally reused a local number after the local union previously assigned the number had been affiliated with a national union.
Subseries 4.2 contains the records of applications for local industrial union status that the national CIO denied. The records contain usually only the application, a brief CIO report, and a denial letter which usually includes a brief reason why the CIO denied the application.
Although these files are also sparse, it is likely that this represents a complete record of CIO activities in this area.
The records are organized numerically by application number, which is also generally chronologically.
Subseries 4.1: Chartered Locals, 1937-1957 (22 boxes)
 
Box Folder
53 1 Local Industrial Union #1, United Cork Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 1937-December 1939
  2 Local Industrial Union #2, United Chocolate Workers, Hershey, Pennsylvania, May 1937-April 1943
  3 Local Industrial Union #3, United Distillery Workers, Leechburg, Pennsylvania, May 1937-June 1948
  4 Local Industrial Union #4, Sugar Refinery Workers, Charlestown, Massachusettes, May 1937-December 1947
  5 Local Industrial Union #5, United Cannery Packing and Food Preservers, Seattle, Washington, April 1937, December 1951-March 1954
  6 Local Industrial Union #5, United Asbestos Workers, Nashua, New Hampshire, May-November 1937
  7 Local Industrial Union #6, United Highway Workers, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, May-July 1937
  8 Local Industrial Union #7, United Highway Workers, Butler County, Pennsylvania, Jul-37
  9 Local Industrial Union #8, United Drug Workers, Boston, Massachusettes, April 1937-February 1948
  10 Local Industrial Union #9, United Power Shovel Men Workers, Seattle, Washington, May 1937-March 1940
  11 Local Industrial Union #10, Retail Shoe Fitters, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April-July 1937
  12 Local Industrial Union #11, United Cereal Workers, Lockport, Illinois, May 1937-August 1944
  13 Local Industrial Union #13, Brick and Clay Workers, Mount Savage, Maryland, April 1937-October 1940
  14 Local Industrial Union #14, International Union United Tavern Keepers of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May-October 1937
  15 Local Industrial Union #14, United Paper Workers, Worcester, Massachusetts, May 1937-December 1939
  16 Local Industrial Union #15, United Soap Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1937-June 1941
  17 Local Industrial Union #16, United Furniture Workers, New Waterford, Ohio, May 1937-March 1940
  18 Local Industrial Union #17, United Tile Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1937, February 1938
  19 Local Industrial Union #18, Retail and Department Store, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May-August 1937
  20 Local Industrial Union #19, United Paper Workers, West Carrollton, Ohio, May 1937-December 1939
  21 Local Industrial Union #20, United Tile Workers, Wheeling, West Virginia, May 1937-February 1938
  22 Local Industrial Union #21, United Bakery Workers, Huntington, West Virginia, May 1937-June 1938
  23 Local Industrial Union #22, New Deal Brick Workers, Portsmouth, Ohio, May 1937-December 1938
  24 Local Industrial Union #23, United Timber and Sawmill Workers, Hopwood, Pennsylvania, May 1937-1941
  25 Local Industrial Union #24, United Cigar Workers, Detroit, Michigan, May 1937-April 1941
  26 Local Industrial Union #25, United Office Employees, San Francisco, California, May-July 1937
  27 Local Industrial Union #26, United Restaurant Workers, Davenport, Iowa, May 1937-April 1946
  28 Local Industrial Union #27, United State Workers, Colver, Pennsylvania, May-June 1937
  29 Local Industrial Union #28, United Paper Box Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 1939-January 1940
  30 Local Industrial Union #30, United Bakery Workers, Detroit, Michigan, May 1937-April 1940
  31 Local Industrial Union #31, United Paper Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 1937-June 1940
  32 Local Industrial Union #31, United Leather Workers, Curwensville, Pennsylvania, August 1950, September 1953
  33 Local Industrial Union #32, United Packinghouse, Ottumwa, Iowa, May 1937-August 1939
  34 Local Industrial Union #33, Chemical Workers, New York, New York, March-September 1937
  35 Local Industrial Union #34, United Retail Clerks, Pleasant Unity, Pennsylvania, May-June 1937
  36 Local Industrial Union #35, United Bag Workers and Allied Trades, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1937-June 1940
  37 Local Industrial Union #35, United Building Service Employees, Toledo, Ohio, April 1949, August 1953
  38 Local Industrial Union #36, United Paper Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, May 1937, June 1941
  39 Local Industrial Union #37, United Woodworkers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1937, March 1938
  40 Local Industrial Union #38, United Woodworkers, Westwood, California, May-October 1937
  41 Local Industrial Union #39, United Brass Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 1937, February 1940
  42 Local Industrial Union #40, United Laundry Workers, Cumberland, Maryland, May 1937-July 1954
  43 Local Industrial Union #41, Packing and Provision House Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, May 1937, August 1939
  44 Local Industrial Union #42, United Dairyworkers, Wheeling, West Virginia, May 1937-March 1939
  45 Local Industrial Union #43, United Soap Workers, Burlington, Iowa, May 1937-September 1939
  46 Local Industrial Union #44, United Fishery Workers, Heathsville, West Virginia, May 1937-April 1940
  47 Local Industrial Union #45, United Paper Workers, South Richmond, Virginia, May 1937-June 1941
  48 Local Industrial Union #46, Bristol Bay Resident Cannery, Dillingham, Alaska, June 1950, May 1953
  49 Local Industrial Union #47, Watch and Watch Case Workers, New York, New York, May 1937-June 1940
  50 Local Industrial Union #48, United Dairy Workers, Flint, Michigan, May 1937-June 1941
  51 Local Industrial Union #49, Independent Bakery Workers, Jersey City, New Jersey, May 1937, 1939
  52 Local Industrial Union #49, Bakery and Confectionery Bread Salesmen, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May-July 1937
  53 Local Industrial Union #50, United Veneer and Plywood, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1937-February 1938
  54 Local Industrial Union #51, United Packinghouse Workers, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, May 1937, August 1939
  55 Local Industrial Union #53, United Cereal Workers, Irwin, Pennsylvania, May 1937-October 1946
  56 Local Industrial Union #54, United Chemical Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May-September 1937
  57 Local Industrial Union #55, Pioneer Tobacco Workers, Middletown, Ohio, May 1937-December 1940
  58 Local Industrial Union #56, Boxmakers and Woodworkers, Birmingham, Alabama, May 1937-1939
  59 Local Industrial Union #57, United Bakery Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, May 1937-1941
  60 Local Industrial Union #58, United Woodworkers, Gadsen, Alabama, May 1937-1939
  61 Local Industrial Union #60, Lime and Cement Workers, Kenova, West Virginia, May 1937-June 1941
Box Folder
54 1 Local Industrial Union #61, Linseed Oil Workers, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1937, March 1938
  2 Local Industrial Union #62, United Packinghouse Workers, South St. Paul, Minnesota, May 1937, August 1939
  3 Local Industrial Union #63, United Drug and Cosmetics Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 1937-July 1940
  4 Local Industrial Union #64, Restaurant, Hotel and Beverage Workers, Toledo, Ohio, May 1937-August 1943
  5 Local Industrial Union #64, Food Processing Local Industrial Union, San Diego, California, February-July 1950
  6 Local Industrial Union #65, United Bedding and Glider Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1937-September 1938
  7 Local Industrial Union #66, Bartenders, Cooks, Waitresses, Hotel Workers, Nevada City, California, May 1937, 1939
  8 Local Industrial Union #67, Magic City Service Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, May-July 1937
  9 Local Industrial Union #68, Newspaper Retailers, San Francisco, California, May 1937-1941
  10 Local Industrial Union #69, United Furniture Workers, Columbiana, Ohio, May 1937, February 1938
  11 Local Industrial Union #70, United Bag and Paper Workers, Oakmont, Pennsylvania, May 1937-June 1941
  12 Local Industrial Union #71, Fabricated Metal Workers, New Bedford, Massachusetts, May 1937-April 1940
  13 Local Industrial Union #72, Restaurant Workers, Detroit, Michigan, May 1937-June 1940
  14 Local Industrial Union #72, Amalgamated Office Workers, Detroit, Michigan, January 1950, November 1955
  15 Local Industrial Union #73, United Office and Store Workers, Fleming, Kentucky, May 1937, September 1939
  16 Local Industrial Union #74, United Woodworkers, Scottsdale, Pennsylvania, May 1937-1941
  17 Local Industrial Union #75, News Boys, Los Angeles, California, May 1937-July 1947
  18 Local Industrial Union #75, News Vendors, Los Angeles, California, November 1949, September 1954
  19 Local Industrial Union #76, United Food Workers, Columbus, Ohio, May 1937-March 1940
  20 Local Industrial Union #77, United Linoleum Workers, Camden, New Jersey, May 1937-1940
  21 Local Industrial Union #78, Lumber Yard Workers, New York, New York, May-November 1937
  22 Local Industrial Union #78, United Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Workers, Arizona and California, March 1950-September 1954
  23 Local Industrial Union #79 (WPA, CCC, NYA), Pound, VIrginia, May 1937-December 1939
  24 Local Industrial Union #80, Hand Stogie Makers and Strippers, Wheeling, West Virginia, May 1937-December 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #80, Food and Tobacco Workers, Camden, New Jersey, October 1950, November 1951
  26 Local Industrial Union #81, (mixed job categories), Circleville, Ohio, May 1937-September 1939
  27 Local Industrial Union #82, United Timber Workers, Duff, Tennessee, May 1937-June 1940
  28 Local Industrial Union #83, United Dairyworkers, Detroit, Michigan, May 1937-July 1942
  29 Local Industrial Union #83, United Dairyworkers, Highland Park, Michigan, August 1949, December 1955
  30 Local Industrial Union #84, United Bakery Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, May 1937-September 1940
  31 Local Industrial Union #85, United Laundry Workers, Los Angeles, California, May 1937-1939
  32 Local Industrial Union #86, United Baking Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 1937-July 1940
  33 Local Industrial Union #87, United Ice and Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 1937-February 1939
  34 Local Industrial Union #88, United Grain Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 1937- February 1942
  35 Local Industrial Union #89, United Bag and Paper Workers, Wallsburg, West Virginia, May 1937-1941
  36 Local Industrial Union #90, Wholesale Grain and Allied Products, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May-December 1937
  37 Local Industrial Union #91, United Spring and Accessories, Brooklyn, New York, May 1937-February 1938
  38 Local Industrial Union #92, United Pressing Equipment Workers, New York, New York, May 1937-November 1939
  39 Local Industrial Union #94, United Freight Handler Local Industrial Union, Gary, Indiana, May-June 1937
  40 Local Industrial Union #94, United Lumber Yard Workers, Portsmouth, Ohio, May 1937-1941
  41 Local Industrial Union #95, United Woodworkers, Tuolome, California, May-October 1937
  42 Local Industrial Union #96 (mixed food and beverage), Oakland, California, May 1937-July 1941
  43 Local Industrial Union #97, United Dairyworkers, Sullivan, Indiana, May 1937- February 1942
  44 Local Industrial Union #98 (mixed job categories), Jenkins, New York, June 1937- March 1940
  45 Local Industrial Union #98, United Construction Workers, Detroit, Michigan, July 1942-August 1946
  46 Local Industrial Union #99, United Catering Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1937-March 1941
  47 Local Industrial Union #100, United Bedding Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 1937-February 1938
  48 Local Industrial Union #100, United Trollers of Alaska, Juneau, Alaska, February 1950, May 1955
  49 Local Industrial Union #101, United Piano Workers, New York, New York, May 1937-1938
  50 Local Industrial Union #102, United Waste Material Workers, Rankin, Pennsylvania, May 1937-September 1939
  51 Local Industrial Union #104, Scrap Metal, Iron and Waste Material, Brooklyn, New York, May 1937-July 1939
  52 Local Industrial Union #105, United Butchers, Meat Cutters and Packers, Buffalo, New York, June 1937-August 1939
  53 Local Industrial Union #106, United Lumber Handlers, Newark, New Jersey, May 1937-1939
  54 Local Industrial Union #107, United Timber and Sawmill Workers, Kimball, West Virginia, Jun-37
  55 Local Industrial Union #108, United Tobacco Workers, Los Angeles, California, June 1937, May 1939
  56 Local Industrial Union #110, United Paper Workers, Detroit, Michigan, May 1937-December 1939
  57 Local Industrial Union #111, Amalgamated Veneer and Plywood, New Albany, Indiana, June 1937-October 1940
  58 Local Industrial Union #112, United Paper Workers, Middletown, Ohio, June 1937-July 1940
  59 Local Industrial Union #112, United Shoe Service Workers, Los Angeles, California, February 1950, 1953
  60 Local Industrial Union #113, United Wood and Veneer Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, June 1937-September 1938
  61 Local Industrial Union #114, United Soap and Glycerin Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, June 1937-February 1944
  62 Local Industrial Union #115 (cabinet workers), Ludington, Michigan, June 1937-February 1940
  63 Local Industrial Union #116, Advertising Distributors Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1937-March 1940
Box Folder
55 1 Local Industrial Union #117, United Meat Packing Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1937-August 1939
  2 Local Industrial Union #118, Pioneer Bakers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May-June 1941
  3 Local Industrial Union #119, Dental Surgical and Allied Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1937-December 1947
  4 Local Industrial Union #121, United Cereal Workers, Battle Creek, Michigan, June 1937-March 1939
  5 Local Industrial Union #122, United Packinghouse Workers, Albert Lee, Minnesota, June 1937, August 1939
  6 Local Industrial Union #123, United Laundry Workers, Logan, West Virginia, June 1937-December 1941
  7 Local Industrial Union #125, United Cabinet Makers, Runtington, Indiana, June 1937-February 1938
  8 Local Industrial Union #126, United Dairyworkers, Jersey City, New Jersey, May 1937-1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #127, Lead, Oil, Varnish and Paint Makers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1937-1941
  10 Local Industrial Union #128, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, June 1937-January 1941, October 1946
  11 Local Industrial Union #129, United Veneer and Plywood Workers, Richmond, Virginia, June 1937, 1941
  12 Local Industrial Union #132, United Used Products Workers, Newark, New Jersey, June 1937-March 1940
  13 Local Industrial Union #133, United Furniture Workers, Leavenworth, Kansas, June 1937-May 1938
  14 Local Industrial Union #134, United Folding Box and Paper Workers, Buffalo, New York, June 1937, April 1939
  15 Local Industrial Union #135, United Cabinet Makers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1937, May 1941
  16 Local Industrial Union #137, United Chemical and Cosmetic Workers, Newark, New Jersey, June-September 1937
  17 Local Industrial Union #138, United Wallpaper Workers, Buffalo, New York, June 1937, 1940
  18 Local Industrial Union #140, United Wood Preserving Workers, Chatanooga, Tennessee, June 1937, Arpil 1938
  19 Local Industrial Union #141, United Furniture Workers, Chatanooga, Tennessee, June 1937, February 1938
  20 Local Industrial Union #144, United Packinghouse Workers, Des Moines, Iowa, May 1937-August 1939
  21 Local Industrial Union #145, Automatic Heat and Air Conditioning Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June-September 1937
  22 Local Industrial Union #145, Freight Handlers, Buffalo, New York, May-July 1937
  23 Local Industrial Union #146, United TImber and Sawmill Workers, Jasper, Alabama, May 1937-September 1938
  24 Local Industrial Union #147, United Planer Workers, Nauvoo, Alabama, June 1937-February 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #148, United Loose Leaf and Blank Book Workers, Chicago, Illinois, June 1937-1940
  26 Local Industrial Union #149, United TImber and Sawmill Workers, Cass, West Virginia, May-June 1937, April 1938
  27 Local Industrial Union #150, United Furniture Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 1937-May 1938
  28 Local Industrial Union #151, United Sugar Refinery Workers, Edgewater, New Jersey, June 1937-July 1945
  29 Local Industrial Union #152, United Paper Makers Workers, Whippany, New Jersey, Jun-37
  30 Local Industrial Union #153, United Packinghouse Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, June 1937-August 1939
  31 Local Industrial Union #154 (restaraunt and hotel workers), June 1937-December 1941
  32 Local Industrial Union #155, United Toy and Toy Furniture, South Bend, Indiana, June 1937, October 1938
  33 Local Industrial Union #156, United Barbers, Beloit, Wisconsin, June 1937-November 1939
  34 Local Industrial Union #157, United Dairy Workers, Columbus, Ohio, June 1937-1941
  35 Local Industrial Union #158, United Laundry Workers, Toledo, Ohio, June 1937, May 1939
  36 Local Industrial Union #159, United Service Workers, Newark, New Jersey, June 1937, December 1938
  37 Local Industrial Union #160, United Laundry Workers, Covington, Kentucky, June 1937, April 1939
  38 Local Industrial Union #161, United Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Huntington, West Virginia, June 1937-May 1941
  39 Local Industrial Union #162, Laundry Workers, Detroit, Michigan, May-June 1937
  40 Local Industrial Union #162, Good Fellowship Lodge, Huntington, West Virginia, June 1937-January 1941
  41 Local Industrial Union #163, United Distillery Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1937-April 1948
  42 Local Industrial Union #164, United Chemical Workers, Hopewell, Virginia, June-December 1937
  43 Local Industrial Union #165, United Barbars and Beauty Culturists, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1937-April 1940
  44 Local Industrial Union #166, United Wooden Box Workers, New Albany, Indiana, June 1937, January 1940
  45 Local Industrial Union #167, United Ice and Produce Workers, Portsmouth, Ohio, June 1937-May 1940
  46 Local Industrial Union #168, United Tobacco Workers, Jackson, Ohio, June 1937-1941
  47 Local Industrial Union #169, United Furniture Workers, East Palestine, Ohio, June 1937, May 1938
  48 Local Industrial Union #171, United Wood Workers, Nicholson, Pennsylvania, June 1937, September 1939
  49 Local Industrial Union #173, United Brick and Clay Workers, Zihlman, Maryland, June 1937-October 1940 1
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  51 Local Industrial Union #176, United Furniture Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, June 1937, March 1938
  52 Local Industrial Union #177, United Coffee, Tea and Spice Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, June 1937, February 1949
  53 Local Industrial Union #179, United Paper Box Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, May 1937-June 1940
  54 Local Industrial Union #180, United Match Workers, Ferguson, Missouri, June 1937, March 1941
  55 Local Industrial Union #182, United Ice Cream Workers, Brooklyn, New York, June 1937-April 1947
  56 Local Industrial Union #184, United Bakery and Confectionery Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, June 1937, October 1939
  57 Local Industrial Union #185, United Photo Mount and Supply Workers, Toledo, Ohio, June 1937-July 1940
  58 Local Industrial Union #186, Abattoir and Jobbing House Workers, Los Angeles, California, June-September 1937
  59 Local Industrial Union #187, United Laundry Workers, Norton, Virginia, June 1937-January 1943
  60 Local Industrial Union #188, United Bakery Workers, Norton, Virginia, June 1937, December 1939
  61 Local Industrial Union #189, United Ice Workers, East Gadsen, Alabama, June 1937, May 1939
  62 Local Industrial Union #190, United Building Trades Workers, Norton, Virginia, June 1937, 1941
  63 Local Industrial Union #191, United Stockyard Workmen, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1937, August 1939
  64 Local Industrial Union #192, United Brick Workers, Barbourville, Kentucky, June 1937, February-March 1941
  65 Local Industrial Union #193, United Stamp Makers, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1937-1942
  66 Local Industrial Union #194, United Packinghouse Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, June 1937, August 1939
  67 Local Industrial Union #195, United Cannery Workers, Austin, Indiana, June-August 1937
Box Folder
56 1 Local Industrial Union #196, United Bakery Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, June 1937, March 1940
  2 Local Industrial Union #197, United Wooden Box Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, June 1937-1938
  3 Local Industrial Union #198, Tie, Timber and Creosote Workers, Houston, Texas, Jul-37
  4 Local Industrial Union #198, United Brick Workers, Niles, Ohio, June 1937, January 1938, May 1941
  5 Local Industrial Union #199, United Truck Driver, Timber and Teamsters, Beefhide, Kentucky, June 1937, May 1941
  6 Local Industrial Union #201, United Wood Workers, New York, New York, May 1937, February 1938
  7 Local Industrial Union #202, United Meats and Allied Market Workers, Boston, Massachusettes, June 1937-October 1941
  8 Local Industrial Union #203, United Handle Workers, Nashville, Tennessee, June 1937-October 1943
  9 Local Industrial Union #204, United Laundry Workers, New York, New York, June-September 1937
  10 Local Industrial Union #205, United Truck Drivers, Seattle, Washington, June-November 1937
  11 Local Industrial Union #206 (laundry workers), Pikesville, Kentucky, July 1937-March 1940
  12 Local Industrial Union #207, United Food Workers, Brooklyn, New York, June 1937, January 1938
  13 Local Industrial Union #208, United Optical Workers, New York, New York, June 1937-March 1954
  14 Local Industrial Union #210, United Distillery Workers, Los Angeles, California, June 1937, 1938
  15 Local Industrial Union #211, Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, June 1937-July 1941
  16 Local Industrial Union #212, United Crackers, Bakery and Confectionery Workers, Los Angeles, California, June 1937-August 1939
  17 Local Industrial Union #214, United Meat Workers, Los Angeles, California, June 1937, August 1939
  18 Local Industrial Union #215, United Packinghouse Workers, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, June-July 1937, August 1939
  19 Local Industrial Union #216, United Meat Cutters and Packers, Wheeling, West Virginia, June 1937, August 1939
  20 Local Industrial Union #217, United Fire Brick Workers, Wellsville, Ohio, June 1937, March 1940
  21 Local Industrial Union #219, United Auto Supply Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1937, April 1939
  22 Local Industrial Union #220, United Soft Drink Bottling Workers, Tarrant, Alabama, June-July 1937
  23 Local Industrial Union #222, United Suspender and Garter Workers, New York, New York, June 1937-September 1938
  24 Local Industrial Union #223, Playthings and Novelty Workers, New York, New York, June 1937-December 1938
  25 Local Industrial Union #224, United Cosmetic Workers, Toledo, Ohio, June 1937-May 1940
  26 Local Industrial Union #225, United Doll and Toy Workers, Trenton, New Jersey, June 1937-1939
  27 Local Industrial Union #226, United Cleaners and Dyers, Indiana, Pennsylvania, June 1937-May 1941
  28 Local Industrial Union #228, United Barbers, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1937-April 1940
  29 Local Industrial Union #229, Memorial Parker Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 1937-May 1939
  30 Local Industrial Union #230, United Warehouse, New York, New York, June-October 1937
  31 Local Industrial Union #231, United Razor Workers, Brooklyn, New York, June 1937-May 1939
  32 Local Industrial Union #232, United Packinghouse Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, June 1937-August 1939
  33 Local Industrial Union #233, United Candy Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1937-1939
  34 Local Industrial Union #234, United Paper Box and Tag Workers, South Bend, Indiana, June 1937-1940
  35 Local Industrial Union #235, United Wood and Furniture Workers, Henderson, Kentucky, June 1937-December 1938
  36 Local Industrial Union #236, United Road Construction Workers, Berlin, Pennsylvania, July 1937-1939
  37 Local Industrial Union #237, United Pickle and Vinegar Workers, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, June 1937-August 1940
  38 Local Industrial Union #238, United Instrument Workers, Long Island, New York, June 1937-May 1939
  39 Local Industrial Union #239, United Chemical Workers, Camden, New Jersey, June 1937-March 1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #241, United Toy Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, June 1937, December 1938
  41 Local Industrial Union #241(televsion, projector, transmitter and government electronic apparatus workers), Camden, New Jersey, August 1950-January 1951
  42 Local Industrial Union #242, United Furniture Workers, Denver, Colorado, June 1937, May 1938
  43 Local Industrial Union #242, United Homesteaders, Beverly, West Virginia, June 1937-September 1939
  44 Local Industrial Union #243, United Furniture Workers, Bloomfield, Indiana, June 1937, February 1938
  45 Local Industrial Union #244, United Cigar Workers, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, June 1937-May 1941
  46 Local Industrial Union #245, United Casket Workers, Newark, New Jersey, June-December 1937
  47 Local Industrial Union #246, United Fruit Workers, Newark, New Jersey, June-August 1937
  48 Local Industrial Union #247, United Broom and Whisk Makers, Brooklyn, New York, June 1937-September 1940
  49 Local Industrial Union #248, United Lumber Workers, Newark, New Jersey, June 1937-1939
  50 Local Industrial Union #249, United Wooden Box Workers, Paoli, Indiana, June 1937-March 1940
  51 Local Industrial Union #250, United Brick Workers, Portsmouth, Ohio, June 1937-May 1941
  52 Local Industrial Union #251, United Lumber Workers, Prince, West VIrginia, June 1937-March 1939
  53 Local Industrial Union #252, United Laundry Workers, Louisville, Kentucky, June 1937-December 1939
  54 Local Industrial Union #253, United Bakery Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, June-December 1937, June 1941
  55 Local Industrial Union #254, United Paper Workers, Jaite, Ohio, June 1937-1940
  56 Local Industrial Union #255, United Theatre Employees, Clarksburg, West Virginia, July 1937, December 1955
  57 Local Industrial Union #256, United Playing Cards Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1937-December 1938
  58 Local Industrial Union #259, United Laundry Workers, Welch, West Virginia, June 1937-1941
  59 Local Industrial Union #260, United Clock Makers, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1937-March 1942
  60 Local Industrial Union #261, United Bakery Workers, Montgomery, West Virginia, June 1937-April 1940
  61 Local Industrial Union #263, United Stock Yard Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, June 1937-August 1939
  62 Local Industrial Union #264, United State Mill Workers, Cornettsville, Kentucky, June 1937-March 1940
  63 Local Industrial Union #265, Wholesale Drug Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, June 1937-1941
  64 Local Industrial Union #265, United Railway Workers of America, Mullens, West Viriginia, May-August 1937
  65 Local Industrial Union #266, United Restaurant Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, June 1937-December 1939
  66 Local Industrial Union #267, Vending Machines Workers, Haverhill, Massachusetts, June 1937, December 1938
  67 Local Industrial Union #268, United Brick Workers, Chatanooga, Tennessee, June 1937-1941
  68 Local Industrial Union #269, United Thread and Twine Workers, Maysville, Kentucky, June 1937, October 1938
  69 Local Industrial Union #270, United Plaster Quarry Workers, Nova Scotia, Canada, June 1937, November 1938
  70 Local Industrial Union #271, United Laundry Workers, Schenectady, New York, July 1937-June 1943
  71 Local Industrial Union #272, United Tobacco Workers, Phildelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1937-February 1940
  72 Local Industrial Union #273, United Cigar Workers, New York, New York, July 1937-November 1939
  73 Local Industrial Union #275, United Cleaning and Dying Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1937-May 1941
  74 Local Industrial Union #276, United Sugar Refinery Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, July 1937-August 1947
  75 Local Industrial Union #277, United Meat Packers, Henderson, Kentucky, July 1937, August 1939
Box Folder
57 1 Local Industrial Union #278, United Brick and Tile Workers, Louisville, Kentucky, July 1937, September 1940
  2 Local Industrial Union #279, United Beverage Workers, Pikeville, Kentucky, July 1937-February 1944
  3 Local Industrial Union #280, United Lumber Workers, Eldrige, Alabama, July 1937-April 1939
  4 Local Industrial Union #281, United Chemical Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, June-September 1937
  5 Local Industrial Union #282, United Brick and Clay Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, July 1937-August 1942
  6 Local Industrial Union #283, United Furniture Workers, Roanoke, Virginia, July-August 1937
  7 Local Industrial Union #284, United Packinghouse Workers, Akron, Ohio, July 1937, August 1939
  8 Local Industrial Union #285, United Cold Storage Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, July 1937, August 1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #286, United Packinghouse Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, July 1937, August 1939
  10 Local Industrial Union #287, United Restaurant and Hotel Workers, Des Moines, Iowa, June 1937-May 1939
  11 Local Industrial Union #289, United Timber Workers, Auxier, Kentucky, July 1937, May 1941
  12 Local Industrial Union #290, United Drug and Chemical Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, July-October 1937
  13 Local Industrial Union #291, United Soft Drink Bottling Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 1937-June 1939
  14 Local Industrial Union #292, United Paper Workers, New York, New York, July 1937-June 1940
  15 Local Industrial Union #293, United Cemetary Workers, Brooklyn, New York, July 1937-June 1941
  16 Local Industrial Union #294, United Restaurant Workers, Steubenville, Ohio, July 1937-1940
  17 Local Industrial Union #296, United Sawmill and Timber, Fenwick, West Virginia, July 1937-May 1941
  18 Local Industrial Union #297, United Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers, Richmond, Virginia, July 1937-March 1941
  19 Local Industrial Union #298, United Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers, Richmond, Virginia, July 1937, March 1941
  20 Local Industrial Union #299, United Transportation Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, July 1937-February 1940
  21 Local Industrial Union #300, United Packinghouse Workers, Denver, Colorado, July 1937-August 1939
  22 Local Industrial Union #301, Bartenders and Waitresses, New Philadelphia, Ohio, July 1937-March 1940
  23 Local Industrial Union #302, United Gypsum Workers, Akron, New York, July 1937-May 1938
  24 Local Industrial Union #302, Independent Building Crafts and Labor Council, Houston, Texas, June 1937-October 1939
  25 Local Industrial Union #303, United Gypsum Workers, Buffalo, New York, June 1937-April 1938
  26 Local Industrial Union #304, United Wood Workers, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, May 1937, February 1938
  27 Local Industrial Union #305, United Bakery Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, June 1937, February 1939
  28 Local Industrial Union #306, United Cleaners and Laundry Workers, Canton, Ohio, June 1937, March 1940
  29 Local Industrial Union #307, United Tallon Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1937, April 1941
  30 Local Industrial Union #308, United Clay Workers, Monogahela, Pennsylvania, June 1937, October 1940
  31 Local Industrial Union #309, United Laundry Workers, Chester, Pennsylvania, June 1937-July 1954
  32 Local Industrial Union #310, Candy and Confectionary Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, June 1937-May 1939
  33 Local Industrial Union #310, United Leather Workers, Ashland, Kentucky, October 1953-March 1955
  34 Local Industrial Union #311, United Bakery Workers, Henryetta, Oklahoma, June 1937-September 1948
  35 Local Industrial Union #312, United Produce Handlers, Kansas City, Missouri, June 1937-September 1940
  36 Local Industrial Union #312, United D.S.R. Employees, Detroit, Michigan, Dec-49
  37 Local Industrial Union #313, United Workers of Richmond LIU, Richmond, Indiana, June 1937-February 1940
  38 Local Industrial Union #314, United Cannery Workers, Paris, Arkansas, July-August 1937
  39 Local Industrial Union #315, United Cleaners and Laundry Workers, Princeton, Indiana, June 1937-May 1938
  40 Local Industrial Union #316, United Lumber and Timber Workers, Flat Creek, Alabama, July 1937-May 1939
  41 Local Industrial Union #317, Ornamental Plasters and Statuary Novelty Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937, December 1938
  42 Local Industrial Union #318, United Laundry Workers, San Diego, California, July 1937-September 1939
  43 Local Industrial Union #319, United Timber Workers, Sassafras, Kentucky, July 1937, May 1941
  44 Local Industrial Union #319, Soda and Fruit Juice Dispensers Union, New York, New York, June-July 1937
  45 Local Industrial Union #320, United Hardware, Louisville, Kentucky, July 1937-December 1939
  46 Local Industrial Union #321, United Road Construction Workers, Seatonville, Illinois, July 1937, June 1939
  47 Local Industrial Union #323, United Salt Mine Workers, Malagash, Nova Scotia, Canada, July 1937-September 1941
  48 Local Industrial Union #324, United Veneer Box and Barrel Workers, Norfolk, Virginia, July 1937-June 1941
  49 Local Industrial Union #325, United School Equipment Workers, Chicago, Illinois, June 1937-1940
  50 Local Industrial Union #326, United Canning Workers, Marshalltown, Iowa, July-October 1937
  51 Local Industrial Union #327, Wesley Baking Company Union, Detroit, Michigan, June-August 1937
  52 Local Industrial Union #328, United Packinghouse Workers, Evansville, Indiana, July-August 1937
  53 Local Industrial Union #329, United Furniture Workers, Evansville, Indiana, July 1937, May 1938
  54 Local Industrial Union #330, United Can Workers, Brooklyn, New York, July 1937-May 1939
  55 Local Industrial Union #331, United Laundry Workers, Richmond, Virginia, JUly 1937, March-April 1940
  56 Local Industrial Union #332, Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers, Richmond, Virginia, July 1937, August-December 1949
  57 Local Industrial Union #333, United Dairyworkers, Evansville, Indiana, July 1937-January 1949
  58 Local Industrial Union #334, United Ware Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, June 1937, January 1939
  59 Local Industrial Union #335, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-August 1939
  60 Local Industrial Union #336, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-August 1939
  61 Local Industrial Union #337, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-August 1939
  62 Local Industrial Union #338, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-August 1939
  63 Local Industrial Union #339, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-October 1939
  64 Local Industrial Union #340, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-August 1939
  65 Local Industrial Union #341, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937, August 1939
  66 Local Industrial Union #342, United Safety Appliance Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 1937-1939
  67 Local Industrial Union #343, United Coal Yard Workers, Richmond, Virginia, July 1937-April 1940
  68 Local Industrial Union #345, United Foundation of Barbers of America, Bay City, Michigan, June 1937-March 1938
  69 Local Industrial Union #345, United Clipper Workers, Saginaw, Michigan, July 1937-May 1944
  70 Local Industrial Union #346, United Brick Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 1937-May 1944
  71 Local Industrial Union #347, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, July 1937-August 1939
  72 Local Industrial Union #348, United Food Packing Workers, Blue Island, Illinois, July-August 1937
  73 Local Industrial Union #349, United Metal Hose and Tubing Workers, Brooklyn, New York, July 1937-May 1939
  74 Local Industrial Union #350, United Metal Pump Workers, Buffalo, New York, July-September 1937
Box Folder
58 1 Local Industrial Union #351, United Optical Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, July 1937-May 1941
  2 Local Industrial Union #352, United Candle Makers, Brooklyn, New York, July 1937-June 1940
  3 Local Industrial Union #353, Glass and China Decorators, New York, New York, July 1937-February 1941
  4 Local Industrial Union #354, United Cutlery Workers, Muncie, Indiana, July 1937-December 1941
  5 Local Industrial Union #355, United Packinghouse Workers, Fort Dodge, Iowa, July 1937-August 1939
  6 Local Industrial Union #356, Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 1937-December 1944
  7 Local Industrial Union #357, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers, Woburn, Massachusetts, July 1937-April 1954
  8 Local Industrial Union #358, United Box Workers, Gloucester, New Jersey, July 1937-June 1940
  9 Local Industrial Union #359, United Bakery Workers, Beckley, West Virginia, July 1937-June 1938
  10 Local Industrial Union #360, United Cutlery Workers, Fremont, Ohio, July 1937-1942
  11 Local Industrial Union #361, United Brush Workers, Bennington, Vermont, July 1937, April 1940
  12 Local Industrial Union #362, Heat Insulation and By-Products, Redwood, California, June-July 1937, April 1938
  13 Local Industrial Union #364, Cabinet Makers and Woodworkers, Andrews, Indiana, July 1937, February 1940
  14 Local Industrial Union #365, United Beauticians, Granite City, Illinois, July 1937-November 1939
  15 Local Industrial Union #366, United Soap Workers, Bristol, Pennsylvania, July 1937-March 1943
  16 Local Industrial Union #369, United Terminal Workers, Evansville, Indiana, July 1937-1940
  17 Local Industrial Union #370, United Meat Packers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 1937-May 1939
  18 Local Industrial Union #371, United Garage and Filling Station Workers, Newton, Iowa, July 1937-March 1941
  19 Local Industrial Union #372, United Municipal Water Workers, Chatanooga, Tennessee, June-July 1937, March 1938
  20 Local Industrial Union #373, United Building Service Workers, Detroit, Michigan, June 1937-December 1940
  21 Local Industrial Union #374, United Cemetary Workers, New Haven, Connecticut, July 1937-December 1940
  22 Local Industrial Union #375, United Packinghouse Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, July 1937, August 1939
  23 Local Industrial Union #376, United Bread and Roll Workers, Newark, New Jersey, Jul-37
  24 Local Industrial Union #377, United Office Building Maintenance, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May-July 1937, May 1941
  25 Local Industrial Union #378, United Maintenance and Service Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 1937, 1941
  26 Local Industrial Union #379, Office Building Service Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1937-December 1940
  27 Local Industrial Union #382, United Leather Goods Workers, Jasper, Alabama, July 1937-December 1938
  28 Local Industrial Union #383, United Construction Workers, Sacramento, California, July 1937-November 1939
  29 Local Industrial Union #384, United Maintenance and Service Workers, Akron, Ohio, June 1937-May 1939
  30 Local Industrial Union #385, Amalgamated Apartment House and Building Service Workers, Newark, New Jersey, May 1937-August 1938
  31 Local Industrial Union #387, United Sawmill and Timber Workers, Maben, West Virginia, July 1937, May 1938
  32 Local Industrial Union #388, United Wallpaper Workers, South Langhorne, Pennsylvania, July 1937-January 1941
  33 Local Industrial Union #389, United Packinghouse Workers, Sioux City, Iowa, July 1937-August 1939
  34 Local Industrial Union #390, United Baker Workers, Beloit, Wisconsin, July 1937-April 1941
  35 Local Industrial Union #392, United Suspender Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 1937, April 1938
  36 Local Industrial Union #393, Office Machine Service Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1937-August 1940
  37 Local Industrial Union #394, United Optical Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1937-1941
  38 Local Industrial Union #395, United Shovel Operators and Helpers, Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, June 1937-July 1939
  39 Local Industrial Union #397, Painters, Plimbers, Sheet Metal Workers and Electricians, Barberton, Ohio, June 1937-September 1939
  40 Local Industrial Union #398, United PaperMill Workers, Kalamazoo, Michigan, July 1937-September 1941
  41 Local Industrial Union #400, United Laundry Workers, Jasper, Alabama, July 1937, January-March 1940
  42 Local Industrial Union #401, United Restaurant Workers, Mobile, Alabama, July 1937, March 1940
  43 Local Industrial Union #402, United Bakers and Salesmen, Hartford, Connecticut, July 1937, June 1941
  44 Local Industrial Union #405, United Building Maintenance Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 1937, 1941
  45 Local Industrial Union #406, United Optical Workers, Rochester, New York, July 1937, June-July 1941
  46 Local Industrial Union #408, United Truck Drivers, Portsmouth, Ohio, July 1937, May 1941
  47 Local Industrial Union #409, United Teamsters and Truck Drivers, Knoxville, Tennessee, June 1937-February 1940
  48 Local Industrial Union #410, United Ice and Refrigeration Workers, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 1937-January 1948
  49 Local Industrial Union #411, United Hospital Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, July 1937-1938
  50 Local Industrial Union #412, United Papercup Workers, Easton, Pennsylvania, July 1937-June 1940
  51 Local Industrial Union #413, Association of Hospital and Medical Workers, New York, New York, July 1937-February 1938
  52 Local Industrial Union #414, United Optical Workers, Reading, Pennsylvania, July 1937-September 1940
  53 Local Industrial Union #415, United Photographic Employees, New York, New York, July 1937-October 1953
  54 Local Industrial Union #416, United Bakery and Confectionery Workers, San Diego, California, July 1937-June 1941
  55 Local Industrial Union #417, United Paper Workers, Franklin, Ohio, July 1937-September 1941
  56 Local Industrial Union #418, Confectionery and Biscuit Workers, Cambridge, Massachusetts, July 1937, August 1939
  57 Local Industrial Union #419, United Smoking Pipe Workers, New York, New York, July 1937-April 1940
  58 Local Industrial Union #420, United Butcher Workers, Detroit, Michigan, July 1937, August 1939
  59 Local Industrial Union #422, United Packinghouse Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, June 1937, August 1939
  60 Local Industrial Union #424, United Coffin Workers, Summerfields, Illinois, July 1937, May 1940
  61 Local Industrial Union #425, United Bakery Workers, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, July 1937-October 1953
  62 Local Industrial Union #426, United Packinghouse Workers, Fairbault, Minnesota, July-August 1937, August 1939
  63 Local Industrial Union #428, United Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Evansville, Indiana, August 1937, September 1939
  64 Local Industrial Union #429, United Sawmill and TImber Workers, Pathfolk, Kentucky, July 1937-June 1941
  65 Local Industrial Union #430, United Asphalt Workers, Kyrock, Kentucky, August 1937-December 1940
  66 Local Industrial Union #431(wholesale groceries, distributing plant for gas and oil workers) Lothair, Kentucky, July 1937-March 1941
  67 Local Industrial Union #432, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Gary, Indiana, July 1937-August 1941
  68 Local Industrial Union #433, United Toy and Novelty Workers, Bridgeport, Connecticut, August 1937, December 1938
  69 Local Industrial Union #434, United Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Clarksburg, West Virginia, July 1937-May 1941
  70 Local Industrial Union #435, United Store and Range Workers, Centralia, Illinois, July 1937, June 1939
  71 Local Industrial Union #436, United Veneer Box and Barrel Workers, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, August 1937, April 1938
  72 Local Industrial Union #437, United Clerical Workers, Van Lear, Kentucky, July 1937-May 1941
  73 Local Industrial Union #437, United Railway Workers Union, Des Moines, Iowa, June-July 1937
  74 Local Industrial Union #438, United Cleaners, Dyers, Laundry Workers, Camden, New Jersey, August 1937, June 1941
  75 Local Industrial Union #440, United Sewer Pipe, Tile, and Brick, Toronto, Ohio, July 1937-November 1940
  76 Local Industrial Union #441, United Bakery Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, June 1937-August 1941
  77 Local Industrial Union #442, United Greeting Card Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, August 1937-April 1940
  78 Local Industrial Union #443, United Building Workers, Gundry, Virginia, July 1937-September 1940
  79 Local Industrial Union #444, United Tobacco Workers, Henderson, Kentucky, August 1937-March 1942
  80 Local Industrial Union #445, United Paper Workers, West Carrollton, Ohio, August 1937-September 1941
Box Folder
59 1 Local Industrial Union #446, United Insulation Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 1937-April 1941
  2 Local Industrial Union #447, United Cleaners and Dryers, San Francisco, California, August 1937-April 1939
  3 Local Industrial Union #448, United Memorial Park Workers, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, July-August 1937, May 1939
  4 Local Industrial Union #449, United Bakery, Huntington, West Virginia, July 1937-August 1939
  5 Local Industrial Union #450, United Cork Workers, Newark, New Jersey, August 1937-June 1942
  6 Local Industrial Union #451, United Packinghouse Workers, Mason City, Iowa, August 1937-1939
  7 Local Industrial Union #452, United Tool and Instrumental Workers, Saginaw, Michigan, July 1937-June 1944
  8 Local Industrial Union #453, United Production Workers, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, August 1937-December 1946
  9 Local Industrial Union #454, United Wood Building Material Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, July 1937, May 1939
  10 Local Industrial Union #455, United Mill Workers, Oxford, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1937-December 1939
  11 Local Industrial Union #456, United Baking Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, August 1937-September 1940
  12 Local Industrial Union #457, United Timber and Sawmill, Pisgah, West Virginia, June 1937-May 1941
  13 Local Industrial Union #458, United Furniture Workers, Buffalo, New York, August 1937, May 1938
  14 Local Industrial Union #459, United Cosmetic Workers, Kings County, New York, August-September 1937
  15 Local Industrial Union #460, United Knife Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, August-November 1937, Decmber 1938
  16 Local Industrial Union #461, United Laundry Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, August 1937-May 1939
  17 Local Industrial Union #462, United Coal Yard Workers, Roanoke, Virginia, August 1937-April 1940
  18 Local Industrial Union #463, Pile Drivers Engineers and Structural Iron Workers, Pritchard, Alabama, August 1937-March 1940
  19 Local Industrial Union #464, United Wood Workers, Gettsburg, Pennsylvania, August 1937-February 1938
  20 Local Industrial Union #465, United Brick and Tile Workers, Evansville, Indiana, August 1937-July 1940
  21 Local Industrial Union #467, United Junk Peddlers, Chicago, Illinois, June 1937-March 1940
  22 Local Industrial Union #468, United Barber and Beauty Equipment Workers, Long Isalnd, New York, August 1937-March 1938
  23 Local Industrial Union #469, United Building Trades Workers, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1937-May 1941
  24 Local Industrial Union #470, United Hospital Workers, Racine, Wisconsin, August 1937-March 1941
  25 Local Industrial Union #471, United Cafeteria Employees, Washington, D. C., April 1937-September 1942
  26 Local Industrial Union #472, United Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers, Richmond, Virginia, August 1937-March 1941
  27 Local Industrial Union #473, United Office and Store Workers, Wayland, Kentucky, July 1937-May 1941
  28 Local Industrial Union #474, United Mail Tube Workers, New York, New York, August 1937-May 1939
  29 Local Industrial Union #475, Birmingham Barbers Local, Birmingham, Alabama, June -July 1937
  30 Local Industrial Union #475, United Truck and Taxi Drivers, Appalachia, Virginia, June 1937-December 1939
  31 Local Industrial Union #476, United Sawmill and Lumber Workers, Ligonier, Pennsylvania, May 1937-December 1939
  32 Local Industrial Union #477, United Packinghouse Workers, Chesaning, Michigan, August 1937-1939
  33 Local Industrial Union #478, Miscellaneous Workers Local Union, Austin, Minnesota, August 1937-June 1953
  34 Local Industrial Union #479, United Soft Drink Bottle Workers, Portsmouth, Ohio, August 1937-May 1941
  35 Local Industrial Union #481, United Warehouse Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1937-January 1939
  36 Local Industrial Union #482, Miscellaneous Industries, Anderson, Indiana, August 1937-March 1940
  37 Local Industrial Union #483, United Produce Workers, St. Joseph, Missouri, August 1937-June 1939
  38 Local Industrial Union #485, United Box and Barrel Workers, Portsmouth, Virginia, August 1937-December 1943
  39 Local Industrial Union #487, United Timber and Sawmill, Matoaka, West Virginia, August 1937-May 1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #488, United Barrel and Steel Drum Workers, Newark, New Jersey, August 1937-June 1941
  41 Local Industrial Union #489, United Oleomargarine Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, June 1937-March 1941
  42 Local Industrial Union #491, United Packinghouse Workers, Cudhay, Wisconsin, August 1937-1939
  43 Local Industrial Union #492, United Grain Workers, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 1937-October 1938
  44 Local Industrial Union #493, United Bakelite and Fibre Workers, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, August 1937-April 1941
  45 Local Industrial Union #494, United Insulation and Wood Workers, Laurel, Mississippi, August 1937-June 1941
  46 Local Industrial Union #495, United Taxi and Truck Drivers, Whitesburg, Kentucky, August 1937-January 1941
  47 Local Industrial Union #496, United Furniture Workers, Bloomington, Indiana, August 1937-Febraury 1938
  48 Local Industrial Union #498, United Furniture Workers, Saginaw, Michigan, August 1937-February 1938
  49 Local Industrial Union #499, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, August 1937-June 1941
  50 Local Industrial Union #501, United Asphalt Workers, Meredith, Kentucky, August 1937-December 1940
  51 Local Industrial Union #502, United Metal Assemblers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 1937-January 1941
  52 Local Industrial Union #503, American Federation of Labor, Estterville, Iowa, June 1937-October 1940
  53 Local Industrial Union #505, United Bedding Workers, Scranton, Pennsylvania, August 1937-February 1938
  54 Local Industrial Union #506, United Pulp and Paper Workers, Franklin, Ohio, August 1937-September 1941
  55 Local Industrial Union #507, United Cleaners and Dyers, Albany, New York, August 1937-June 1941
  56 Local Industrial Union #508, United Utility Workers, Bowling Green, Kentucky, August 1937-December 1939
  57 Local Industrial Union #509, United Tubing and Wire Industry, Elizabeth, New Jersey, August 1937-January 1938
  58 Local Industrial Union #511, United Steel and Metal Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, August 1937-June 1941
  59 Local Industrial Union #512, United Roofing and Asphalt Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1937-July 1940
  60 Local Industrial Union #513, United Food Products, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 1937-April 1941
  61 Local Industrial Union #514, United Soft Drink Workers, Parkersburg, West Virginia, August 1937-May 1941
  62 Local Industrial Union #515, United Plaster Quarry Workers, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1937-February 1938
  63 Local Industrial Union #516, United Building Service Workers, Grand Rapids, Michigan, August 1937-December 1940
  64 Local Industrial Union #517, United Timber and Sawmill, Indian Head, Pennsylvania, August 1937-May 1941
  65 Local Industrial Union #518, United Lumber and Timber Workers, Marvel, Alabama, August 1937-May 1939
  66 Local Industrial Union #519, United Truck Drivers, Stockton, California, August 1937-April 1940
  67 Local Industrial Union #520, Printing and Paper Trades Auxillery Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1937, August 1955
  68 Local Industrial Union #521, United Dry Cleaners, Charlston, West Virginia, September 1937-May 1939
  69 Local Industrial Union #522, United Grain and Feed Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, September 1937-February 1941
  70 Local Industrial Union #523, (cameramen, printers, retouchers, finishers, office help and photo finishers) Hartford, Connecticut, August 1937-June 1941
  71 Local Industrial Union #525, United Cleaners and Dyers, Schenectady, New York, September 1937-June 1939
  72 Local Industrial Union #527, United Packinghouse Workers, East St. Louis, Missouri, September 1937-August 1939
  73 Local Industrial Union #528, United Railway Icemen, Sacramento, California, August 1937-May 1939
  74 Local Industrial Union #530, United Packinghouse Workers, East St. Louis, Missouri, September 1937-August 1939
  75 Local Industrial Union #531(glue, animal feed, and chemical fertilizer workers-Lincoln LIU), Cincinnati, Ohio, September 1937-October 1940
  76 Local Industrial Union #532, United Oil Burner Workers, Hartford, Connecticut, September 1937-June 1941
  77 Local Industrial Union #533, Affiliated Signs Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, August 1937-April 1946
  78 Local Industrial Union #534, United Theater Workers, Huntington, West Virginia, September 1937-May 1940
  79 Local Industrial Union #535, United Dogfood Products Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, September-November 1937
  80 Local Industrial Union #536, United Bakery Workers, Grundy, Virginia, September 1937-May 1942
  81 Local Industrial Union #537, United Brick and Clay Workers, Richmond, Virginia, September 1937-June 1940
  82 Local Industrial Union #538, United Toy and Novelty Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1937-December 1939
Box Folder
60 1 Local Industrial Union #539, United Spring and Accessory, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1937-February 1938
  2 Local Industrial Union #540, United Laundry Workers, Williamson, West Virginia, September 1937-February 1941
  3 Local Industrial Union #541, United Dairyworkers, New Lexington, Ohio, August 1937-May 1941
  4 Local Industrial Union #542, United Warehouse Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1937-January 1939
  5 Local Industrial Union #534, United Warehouse Workers, St Louis, Missouri, August 1937-January 1939
  6 Local Industrial Union #544, United Paper Stock Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1937-1939
  7 Local Industrial Union #545, United Furniture and Woodworkers, Bennington, Virginia, September 1937-February 1938
  8 Local Industrial Union #546, Barbers and Beauty Culturists, New York, New York, September 1937-November 1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #547, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Brooklyn, New York, September 1937-November 1939
  10 Local Industrial Union #548, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, New York, New York, September 1937-November 1939
  11 Local Industrial Union #549, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Brooklyn, New York, August 1937-November 1939
  12 Local Industrial Union #550, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, New York, New York, September 1937-November 1939
  13 Local Industrial Union #551, United Beauty Culturists Union of Manhattan and Bronx, New York, New York, Septmeber 1937-December 1939
  14 Local Industrial Union #552, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Brooklyn, New York, September 1937-December 1939
  15 Local Industrial Union #553, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, New York, New York, September 1937-December 1939
  16 Local Industrial Union #554, United Fertilizer Workers, Richmond, Virginia, August-December 1937
  17 Local Industrial Union #556, United Bakery Workers, Welch, West Virginia, September 1937-June 1939
  18 Local Industrial Union #557, United Quarry Workers, Scotch Lake, Canada, August 1937-February 1938
  19 Local Industrial Union #558, United Dairyworkers, Pontiac, Michigan, September 1937-March 1939
  20 Local Industrial Union #559, United Furniture Workers, Rockford, Illinois, September 1937-May 1938
  21 Local Industrial Union #560, United Teamsters, Truck Drivers and Helpers, Newton, Iowa, September 1937-February 1942
  22 Local Industrial Union #561, Stave Mill Workers, Timbomen and Teamsters, Hall, Kentucky, August 1937-June 1941
  23 Local Industrial Union #562, United Flour Mill, Grain and Elevator Workers, Evansville, Indiana, August 1937-December 1941
  24 Local Industrial Union #564, United Sawmill and Timber Workers, Omar, West Virginia, September 1937-May 1938
  25 Local Industrial Union #565, United Hotel, Cafe and Resteraunt Workers, Wilmington, Delaware, September 1937-March 1941
  26 Local Industrial Union #566, United Packinghouse Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 1937-1939
  27 Local Industrial Union #568, Restaurant and Tavern Workers, Brazil, Indiana, August 1937-1945
  28 Local Industrial Union #567, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, September 1937-August 1939
  29 Local Industrial Union #569, Sullivan Company Bartenders, Sullivan, Indiana, August 1937-June 1941
  30 Local Industrial Union #570, Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen, Charleston, West Virginia, September 1937-August 1939
  31 Local Industrial Union #571, United Laundry Workers, Richmond, Virginia, September 1937-June 1941
  32 Local Industrial Union #572, United Bakery and Biscuit Workers, Des Moines, Iowa, September 1937-August 1954
  33 Local Industrial Union #573, Barge Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1939-May 1940
  34 Local Industrial Union #574, United Beverage Workers, Whitesburg, Kentucky, September 1939-February 1944
  35 Local Industrial Union #575, Association Hospital and Medical Professional Workers, Newark, New Jersey, September 1937-August 1940
  36 Local Industrial Union #576, United Tile Workers, Junction City, Ohio, September 1937-March 1940
  37 Local Industrial Union #577, United Tobacco Stemmers and Laborers, Richmond, Virginia, September 1937-March 1941
  38 Local Industrial Union #578, United Cement Workers, Essexville, Michigan, September 1937-December 1940
  39 Local Industrial Union #579, United Building Service Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 1937-1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #580, United Sugar Refinery Workers, Long Island, New York, September 1937-April 1947
  41 Local Industrial Union #581, Reed and Ratton Furniture Basket and Nursery Workers, New York, New York, September 1937-March 1938
  42 Local Industrial Union #582, United Distillery Workers, Ruffsdale, Pennsylvania, September 1937-February 1954
  43 Local Industrial Union #583, Toy and Novelty Workers, Newark, New Jersey, September 1937-December 1938
  44 Local Industrial Union #584, United Waterworks Employees, Huntington, West Virginia, September 1937-June 1941
  45 Local Industrial Union #585, United Slag Products Workers, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, September 1937-June 1941
  46 Local Industrial Union #587, United Theatre Employees, Hazelton, Pennsylvania, June 1937-March 1952
  47 Local Industrial Union #588, Toy and Novelty Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1937-December 1938
  48 Local Industrial Union #589, United Road Construction Workers, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, September 1937-May 1941
  49 Local Industrial Union #590, United Cigar Workers, Scranton, Pennsylvania, September 1937-May 1941
  50 Local Industrial Union #591, United Farm Implement Workers, Ottawa, Illinois, July 1937-August 1949
  51 Local Industrial Union #592, Coal Yard Workers, Denver, Colorado, September 1937-August 1940
  52 Local Industrial Union #593, Bartenders and Waitresses, Bellaire, Ohio, September 1937-March 1946
  53 Local Industrial Union #594, Wholesale Grocery Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, September 1937-February 1939
  54 Local Industrial Union #595, United Barbers, Saginaw, Michigan, September 1937-December 1939
  55 Local Industrial Union #596, United Paper Workers, Detroit, Michigan, September 1937-1939
  56 Local Industrial Union #597, United Cosmetic Workers, New Haven, Connecticut, May-October 1937
  57 Local Industrial Union #598, United Furniture Workers, Kenosha, Wisconsin, September 1937-May 1938
  58 Local Industrial Union #599, United Bag and Allied Trade Workers, Media, Pennsylvania, September 1937-May 1941
  59 Local Industrial Union #600, United Packinghouse Workers, Waterloo, Iowa, October 1937-August 1939
  60 Local Industrial Union #601, United Dairy Workers, Rock Springs, Wyoming, September 1937-August 1947
  61 Local Industrial Union #602, United Handle and Tool Workers, Colombus, Indiana, September 1937-February 1940
  62 Local Industrial Union #603, United Bede Springs and Studio Couch, Muncie, Indiana, January-October 1937
  63 Local Industrial Union #604, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers, Montgomery, West Virginia, October 1937-May 1940
  64 Local Industrial Union #605, Scrap Iron and Metal Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1937-August 1939
  65 Local Industrial Union #607, United Veneer and Lumber Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 1937-March 1955
  66 Local Industrial Union #608, United Pine Rosin Workers, Laurel, Mississippi, October 1937-June 1941
  67 Local Industrial Union #609, United Optical Workers, Newark, New Jersey, October 1937-1941
  68 Local Industrial Union #610, United Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Beckley, West Virginia, October 1937-June 1941
  69 Local Industrial Union #611, United Wood Workers, Paragould, Arkansas, September -November 1937
  70 Local Industrial Union #612, United Candy Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, September 1937-Ocotber 1941
  71 Local Industrial Union #613, Ice Cream Workers, Parkersburg, West Virginia, October 1937-March 1943
  72 Local Industrial Union #615, United Packinghouse Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, October 1937-August 1939
  73 Local Industrial Union #616, United Wood Workers, New Castle, Indiana, September 1937-February 1938
  74 Local Industrial Union #617, United Dairy Workers, Muncie, Indiana, September 1937-July 1946
  75 Local Industrial Union #618, United Lumber Workers, Indiana Pennsylvania, September 1937-May 1940
  76 Local Industrial Union #619, United Furnace and Sheet Metal Workers, South Bend, Indiana, October 1937-April 1939
  77 Local Industrial Union #620, Candy and Nut Packers, Suffolk, Virginia, September 1937-January 1938
  78 Local Industrial Union #621, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Logan, West Virginia, October 1937-May 1941
  79 Local Industrial Union #622, United Knife Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, May 1937-December 1938
  80 Local Industrial Union #623, United Fertilizer Workers, Portsmouth, Virginia, September-December 1937
Box Folder
61 1 Local Industrial Union #624, United Timber Workers, Justice, West Virginia, October 1937-May 1941
  2 Local Industrial Union #625, United Packinghouse Workers, Davenport, Iowa, October 1937-August 1939
  3 Local Industrial Union #626, United Novelty Workers, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, September 1937-December 1938
  4 Local Industrial Union #627, United Fertilizer Workers, Richmond, Virginia, July-November 1937
  5 Local Industrial Union #628, United Seat Workers, Evansville, Indiana, September 1937-July 1940
  6 Local Industrial Union #629, Miscellaneous Workers, Montevideo, Minnesota, October 1937-March 1941
  7 Local Industrial Union #630, United Taxi Cab Drivers, Portsmouth, Ohio, September 1937-March 1941
  8 Local Industrial Union #631, United Truck and Taxi Drivers, St. Charles, Virginia, June 1937-February 1940
  9 Local Industrial Union #632, United Broom and Whisk Makers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1937-July 1939
  10 Local Industrial Union #633, United Cereal Workers, Akron, Ohio, October 1937-November 1941
  11 Local Industrial Union #634, United Theatre Employees, Portsmouth, Ohio, May 1937-January 1941
  12 Local Industrial Union #635, United Meat Workers, New York, New York, October 1937-August 1939
  13 Local Industrial Union #636, Heavy Construction and Highway Employees, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July-October 1937
  14 Local Industrial Union #636, Culinary Workers and Bartenders, Portland, Oregon, October 1937-August 1954
  15 Local Industrial Union #637, Transportation Workers, Fort Smith, Arkansas, October 1937-February 1940
  16 Local Industrial Union #638, United Tobacco Workers, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 1937-June 1940
  17 Local Industrial Union #639, Parking Lot and Filling Station, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 1937-April 1939
  18 Local Industrial Union #640, United Teamsters and Truckers, Des Moines, Iowa, October 1937-February 1940
  19 Local Industrial Union #641, Coos and Curry County Culinary, Coqville, Oregon, September 1937-August 1939
  20 Local Industrial Union #642, United Lumber Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, October 1937-February 1939
  21 Local Industrial Union #643, United Toy and Novelty Workers, Easthampton, Massachusetts, October 1937-December 1938
  22 Local Industrial Union #644, United Taxi Drivers, Welch, West Virginia, September 1937-May 1941
  23 Local Industrial Union #645, Metal and Wood Workers-Venetien Blinds, etc., Saginaw, Michigan, October 1937-April 1940
  24 Local Industrial Union #646, Restaurant and Beverage Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, October 1937-September 1939
  25 Local Industrial Union #647, United Cigar and Tobacco Workers, Long Island, New York, October 1937-December 1940
  26 Local Industrial Union #648, United Metal Specialty Workers, Des Moines, Iowa, October 1937-January 1939
  27 Local Industrial Union #649, United Taxi and Truck Drivers, Norton, Virginia, June 1937-1940
  28 Local Industrial Union #650, United Brick and Tile Workers, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 1937-March 1940
  29 Local Industrial Union #651, United Timber Workers, Meta, Kentucky, October 1937-June 1939
  30 Local Industrial Union #652, United Laundry Workers, Dayton, Ohio, September 1937-May 1941
  31 Local Industrial Union #653, United Gravel and Coal Truckers, Flint, Michigan, June 1937-December 1939
  32 Local Industrial Union #654, Tent and Awning Mechanics, St. Louis, Missouri, October 1937-January 1941
  33 Local Industrial Union #655, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Hampstead, Long Island, New York, September 1937-December 1939
  34 Local Industrial Union #656, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Astoria, Long Island, New York, September 1937-December 1939
  35 Local Industrial Union #658, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Parkersburg, West Virginia, October 1937-December 1940
  36 Local Industrial Union #659, United Wood Preservers, Kansas City, Missouri, October 1937-July 1939
  37 Local Industrial Union #660, United Restaurant and Hotel Workers, Welch, West Virginia, October 1937-June 1941
  38 Local Industrial Union #661, Toy and Novelty Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, October 1937-December 1938
  39 Local Industrial Union #662, United Warehouse Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, November 1937-January 1939
  40 Local Industrial Union #663, Macaroni and Noodle Workers, Long Island City, New York, October 1937-August 1939
  41 Local Industrial Union #664, United Bakery and Confectionery Workers, Passaic, New Jersey, October 1937-February 1940
  42 Local Industrial Union #666, Culinary and Bakery Workers, Corpus Cristi, Texas, October 1937-1941
  43 Local Industrial Union #667, United Sign Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 1937-December 1953
  44 Local Industrial Union #668, United Barbers, Welch, West Virginia, September 1937-December 1939
  45 Local Industrial Union #669, United Barbers and Beautician Employees, New Albany, Indiana, August 1937-December 1939
  46 Local Industrial Union #670, United Barbers, Cleveland, Ohio, September 1937-December 1939
  47 Local Industrial Union #671, United Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Chester, Pennsylvania, September 1937-December 1939
  48 Local Industrial Union #672, United Barbers and Beauticians, Toledo, Ohio, October 1937-January 1940
  49 Local Industrial Union #673, Beauticians and Hairdressers, Newark, New Jersey, October 1937-December 1939
  50 Local Industrial Union #674, Truck and Luggage Workers, Racine, Workers, October 1937-March 1939
  51 Local Industrial Union #675, United Building Service Employees, Washington, D. C., September 1937-November 1942
  52 Local Industrial Union #676, United Warehouse Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, October 1937-January 1939
  53 Local Industrial Union #677, United Publication Workers, Brooklyn, New York, November 1937-October 1955
  54 Local Industrial Union #678, United Optical Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, November 1937-March 1954
  55 Local Industrial Union #679, United Transport Workers, Honolulu, Hawaii, October 1937-April 1940
  56 Local Industrial Union #680, Elmo Industrial Workers, Elmo, Wyoming, October 1937-April 1940
  57 Local Industrial Union #681, United Packinghouse Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 1937- April 1940
  58 Local Industrial Union #682, United Hood and Seal Workers, Jersey City, New Jersey, November 1937-September 1940
  59 Local Industrial Union #683, Beauty Culture Union of Prossaic County, Clifton, New Jersey, August 1937-December 1939
  60 Local Industrial Union #684, United Novelty Jewerly Workers, Bronx, New York, May 1937-January 1938
  61 Local Industrial Union #685, United Laundry Workers, Crescent City, California, October 1937, September 1942
  62 Local Industrial Union #686, (cafe and beer parlor workers) Bellingham, Washington, October 1937-August 1945
  63 Local Industrial Union #687, United Meat Cutters and Packers, Mishawaka, Indiana, November 1937-August 1939
  64 Local Industrial Union #688, United Newspaper and Magazine Vendors, Allentown, Pennsylvania, October 1937-1940
  65 Local Industrial Union #689, United Newspaper Distributors, South Bend, Indiana, July 1937-February 1939
  66 Local Industrial Union #690, Newspaper Circulation, Denver, Colorado, August 1937-January 1938
  67 Local Industrial Union #691, United Furniture Workers, Scranton, Pennsylvania, November 1937-May 1938
  68 Local Industrial Union #692, Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Huntsville, Alabama, October 1937-December 1939
  69 Local Industrial Union #693, United Motion Picture Operators and Stage Hands, Houston, Texas, October 1937-March 1941
  70 Local Industrial Union #694, Sewing Machine and Factory Installation Mechanics, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1937-March 1942
  71 Local Industrial Union #695, United Crayon Workers, Sandusky, Ohio, May 1937-December 1938
  72 Local Industrial Union #696, Allied Trades, Welch, West Viriginia, October 1937-May 1941
  73 Local Industrial Union #697, United Laundry Workers, Grundy, Viriginia, October 1937-June 1941
  74 Local Industrial Union #698, United Dry Cleaners-Laundry Workers, Richlands, VIrginia, November 1937-March 1942
  75 Local Industrial Union #700, United Junk Peddlers, Cleveland, Ohio, October-November 1937
  76 Local Industrial Union #701, United Restaurant, Beverage and Allied Food Workers, Lynn, Massachusetts, October 1937-September 1940
  77 Local Industrial Union #702, United Bakery Workers, Springfield, Massachusetts, April 1937-1942
  78 Local Industrial Union #703, Toy and Novelty Workers, Gardner, Massachusetts, November 1937-January 1939
  79 Local Industrial Union #704(retail clerks and labors) Roundup, Montana, October 1937-1944
  80 Local Industrial Union #705, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, October 1937-August 1939
  81 Local Industrial Union #706, Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Houston, Texas, November 1937-December 1939
Box Folder
62 1 Local Industrial Union #707, United Painters, Paperhangers and Decorators, Newark, New Jersey, July 1937-January 1940
  2 Local Industrial Union #708, Toy and Novelty Workers, Chicago, Illinois, November 1937-December 1938
  3 Local Industrial Union #709, United Quarry Workers, Tenino, Washington, May 1937-1940
  4 Local Industrial Union #710, United Bakery Workers, Dayton, Ohio, September 1937-August 1944
  5 Local Industrial Union #711, United Asbestos Workers, Richmond, Virginia, November 1937-December 1938
  6 Local Industrial Union #712, United Timber Workers, Panther, West Virginia, November 1937-May 1941
  7 Local Industrial Union #713, Building Service Employees, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1937-October 1939
  8 Local Industrial Union #714, United Newsboys and Carriers, Detroit, Michigan, November 1937-July 1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #715, United Broom Workers, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, September 1937-August 1939
  10 Local Industrial Union #716, United Wine Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, October 1937-February 1941
  11 Local Industrial Union #717, United Fire Brick and Clay, Bolivar, Pennsylvania, October 1937-May 1941
  12 Local Industrial Union #718, United Novelty Workers, Decatur, Indiana, November 1937-December 1938
  13 Local Industrial Union #719, United Corrugated Box Workers, Parkersburg, West Virginia, November 1937-May 1941
  14 Local Industrial Union #721, United Toy Workers, Easton, Pennsylvania, November 1937-December 1938
  15 Local Industrial Union #722, United Horsehair Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1937-December 1940
  16 Local Industrial Union #723, United Truck Drivers, Bridgeport, Ohio, June 1937, March 1946
  17 Local Industrial Union #724, United Truck Drivers, Nelsonville, Ohio, August 1937-May 1939
  18 Local Industrial Union #725, United Truck, Bus, Taxi Workers, Juneau, Alaska, June-December 1937
  19 Local Industrial Union #726, United Teachers, Belfry, Kentucky, November 1937-1939
  20 Local Industrial Union #728, United Warehouse Workers, East St. Louis, Illinois, October 1937-July 1941
  21 Local Industrial Union #729, United Furniture Workers, Kenosha, Wisconsin, November 1937-February 1938
  22 Local Industrial Union #730, Exeter Machine Shop Workers, Pittston, Pennsylvania, October 1937-June 1940
  23 Local Industrial Union #731, United Meat Packers and Cutters, Scranton, Pennsylvania, November 1937-August 1939
  24 Local Industrial Union #732, United Gas and Oil Distributors, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 1937-March 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #733, United Musicians, Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania, May 1937-July 1942
  26 Local Industrial Union #734, United Musicians, St. Paul, Minnesota, May 1937-March 1943
  27 Local Industrial Union #735, United Musicians, Detroit, Michigan, February 1937-April 1941
  28 Local Industrial Union #736, United Musicians, Flint, Michigan, October 1937-1940
  29 Local Industrial Union #737, United Bakery Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1937-May 1941
  30 Local Industrial Union #739, United Barbers, Price, Utah, December 1937-1939
  31 Local Industrial Union #740, United Packinghouse Workers, St. Paul, Minnesota, December 1937-August 1939
  32 Local Industrial Union #741, Optical Technicians and Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 1937-February 1940
  33 Local Industrial Union #742, United Broom Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, October 1937-September 1941
  34 Local Industrial Union #743, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Houston, Texas, December 1937-March 1941
  35 Local Industrial Union #744, United Packinghouse Workers, Fort Worth, Texas, December 1937-August 1939
  36 Local Industrial Union #745, United Laundry Workers, Helper, Utah, November 1937, August 1942
  37 Local Industrial Union #747, United Warehouse Workers, Rock Springs, Wyoming, December 1937-May 1938
  38 Local Industrial Union #748, United Dairy Workers, Hopewell, VIrginia, January 1938-1940
  39 Local Industrial Union #749, United Dairy Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, December 1937-August 1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #750 (miscellaneous workers), Nampa, Idaho, December 1937-February 1940
  41 Local Industrial Union #751, United Musicians, St. Louis, Missouri, July 1937-August 1940
  42 Local Industrial Union #752, Junk Buyers, Rochester, New York, December 1937-June 1941
  43 Local Industrial Union #753, School Teachers, Welch, West Virginia, December 1937-November 1939
  44 Local Industrial Union #754, Retail Cleaners, San Francisco, California, December 1937-February 1940
  45 Local Industrial Union #755, Maintenance of Way Workers, Oakland City, California, December 1937-July 1941
  46 Local Industrial Union #756, United Packinghouse Workers, St. Paul, Minnesota, December 1937-August 1939
  47 Local Industrial Union #757, United Bartenders, Helper, Utah, January 1938-October 1953
  48 Local Industrial Union #758, United Distillery Workers, Louisville, Kentucky, August 1937-March 1942
  49 Local Industrial Union #759, United Junk Peddlers, Buffalo, New York, January 1938-August 1940
  50 Local Industrial Union #760, United Workers, Vinton, Iowa, December 1937-February 1939
  51 Local Industrial Union #761(miscellaneous workers) Edgarton, Wisconsin, January 1938-March 1941
  52 Local Industrial Union #762, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, December 1937-August 1939
  53 Local Industrial Union #763, United Packinghouse Workers, Spokane, Washington, January 1938-August 1939
  54 Local Industrial Union #764 (miscellaneous and bakery products workers), Paintsville, Kentucky, January 1938-March 1940
  55 Local Industrial Union #765, United Dispensary Workers, Tolar, Kentucky, January 1938-July 1939
  56 Local Industrial Union #766, United Restaurant Workers, Hazelton, Pennsylvania, January 1938-1949
  57 Local Industrial Union #767, United Packinghouse Workers, St. Joseph, Missouri, January 1938-August 1939
  58 Local Industrial Union #768, News Vendors, Oakland, California, January 1938-April 1954
  59 Local Industrial Union #769, United Laundry Workers, Helper, Utah, January 1938-October 1944
  60 Local Industrial Union #770, United Operators and Laborers, Cloverdale, Indiana, December 1937-February 1940
  61 Local Industrial Union #771, United Tobacco Workers, Oakland, California, January 1938-August 1939
  62 Local Industrial Union #772, United Sandworkers, Utica, Illinois, December 1937-April 1938
  63 Local Industrial Union #773, United Bootblacks, San Francisco, California, January 1938-April 1940
  64 Local Industrial Union #774, Highway and Construction Workers, Santa Cruz, California, January 1938-June 1939
  65 Local Industrial Union #775, United Live Stock Handlers, Fort Worth, Texas, February 1938-August 1939
  66 Local Industrial Union #776, United Sugar Refinery Workers, Crockett, California, February 1938-April 1940
  67 Local Industrial Union #777, United Packinghouse Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, February 1938-August 1939
  68 Local Industrial Union #778, United Packinghouse Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, February 1938-August 1939
  69 Local Industrial Union #779, United Packinghouse Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, February 1938-August 1939
  70 Local Industrial Union #780, United Toy and Novelty Workers, Clinton, Massachusetts, February-December 1938
  71 Local Industrial Union #781, United Trades, Magna, Utah, February 1938-November 1953
  72 Local Industrial Union #782, United Trades, Helpers, Utah, May 1939-August 1947
  73 Local Industrial Union #783, United Junk Peddlers, Detroit, Michigan, February 1938-April 1941
  74 Local Industrial Union #784, Skykomish Valley Miscelllaneous Workers, Sultan, Washington, February 1938-April 1942
  75 Local Industrial Union #785, United Boiler Workers, Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 1938-1939
  76 Local Industrial Union #786, United Bakery Workers, Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, February 1938-1940
  77 Local Industrial Union #787, Hospital and University Workers, Chicago, Illinois, March 1938-August 1944
  78 Local Industrial Union #788, United Millinery Designers, New York, New York, March 1938-July 1939
  79 Local Industrial Union #789, United Dairy Workers, Duquoin, Illinois, March 1938-April 1942
  80 Local Industrial Union #790, United Laundry Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1938-October 1953
  81 Local Industrial Union #791, United Hotel, Cafe and Restaurant Workers, Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania, March 1938-May 1941
  82 Local Industrial Union #792, United Beverage Workers, Whitesburg, Kentucky, March 1938-1943
  83 Local Industrial Union #793, United Beverage Workers, Pikesville, Kentucky, March 1938-February 1944
  84 Local Industrial Union #794, United Dry Cleaners, Prestonburg, Kentucky, March 1938-February 1939
  85 Local Industrial Union #795, United Clay and Tile Workers, Haldeman, Kentucky, March 1938-1942
  86 Local Industrial Union #796, Tacoma Food and Beverage Despensers, Tacoma, Washington, March 1938-June 1940
Box Folder
63 1 Local Industrial Union #797, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Keesport, Pennsylvania, March 1938-June 1939
  2 Local Industrial Union #798, United Bakery Workers, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, March 1938-November 1955
  3 Local Industrial Union #799, United Brick Yard Workers, Courtney, Pennsylvania, March 1938-June 1939
  4 Local Industrial Union #800, United Building and Maintenance Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 1938-August 1940
  5 Local Industrial Union #801, United Taxi and Transport Workers, Delbarton, West VIrginia, March 1938-February 1940
  6 Local Industrial Union #802, United Packinghouse Workers, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, March 1938-August 1939
  7 Local Industrial Union #803, United Hospital Employees, Martin, Kentucky, March 1938-1941
  8 Local Industrial Union #804, United Musicians, Bellaire, Ohio, March 1938-September 1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #805, United Restaurant Workers, Kirkland Lake, Ontario Canada, March 1938-May 1941
  10 Local Industrial Union #806, United Transport Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 1937-January 1941
  11 Local Industrial Union #807, United Building Service Workers, Richmond, VIrginia, March 1938-December 1940
  12 Local Industrial Union #808, (carpenters, painters, oil workers, barbers, and laborers) Billings, Montana, March 1938, February 1946
  13 Local Industrial Union #809, United Bricklayers and Stone Masons, Louisville, Kentucky, March 1938-1941
  14 Local Industrial Union #810 (miscellaneous workers) Pleasant Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada, March 1938-May 1941
  15 Local Industrial Union #811, United Carders and Bill Posters, New York, New York, March 1938-May 1939
  16 Local Industrial Union #812, United Bakery and Confectionery Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 1938-1940
  17 Local Industrial Union #813, United Workers, Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada, March 1938-May 1941
  18 Local Industrial Union #813, Advertising Distributors Union, San Francisco, California, September 1937-January 1938
  19 Local Industrial Union #814, United Packinghouse Workers, South St. Paul, Minnesota, March 1938-August 1939
  20 Local Industrial Union #815, United Culinary Workers and Bartenders, Silver Peak, Nevada, March 1938-February 1939
  21 Local Industrial Union #816, United Restaurant and Allied Workers, North Bend, Oregon, March 1938-October 1943
  22 Local Industrial Union #817, United Building Trades, New Waterford, Canada, March 1938-1941
  23 Local Industrial Union #818, United Construction Workers, Denver, Colorado, April 1938-August 1939
  24 Local Industrial Union #820, United Bakery Workers, Glouster, Ohio, April 1938-August 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #821, Allied Trades, Townsend, Montana, April 1938-August 1940
  26 Local Industrial Union #822, United Waste Products Workers, Long Island City, New York, March 1938-1939
  27 Local Industrial Union #823, United Clay and Tile Workers, Clearfield, Kentucky, April 1938-June 1941
  28 Local Industrial Union #824, United Musicians, Toledo, Ohio, April 1938-May 1944
  29 Local Industrial Union #824, United Musicians, Toledo, Ohio, April 1938, February 1952
  30 Local Industrial Union #825, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Beckley, West Virginia, April 1938-May 1941
  31 Local Industrial Union #826, United Maintenance Workers, Library, Pennsylvania, April 1938-May 1941
  32 Local Industrial Union #827, United Paper Box Makers, High Point, North Carolina, April 1938-March 1940
  33 Local Industrial Union #828, United Park Workers, Cape Rouge, Nova Scotia, Canada, April 1938-May 1941
  34 Local Industrial Union #829, United Hotel, Restaurant and Bartenders, Charleston, West Virginia, May 1938-1941
  35 Local Industrial Union #830, United Paper Workers, Long Island City, New York, April 1938-July 1939
  36 Local Industrial Union #831, Allied Trades, Seward, Alaska, April 1938, August 1948
  37 Local Industrial Union #832, United Laundry Workers, Hilo, Hawaii, April 1938-1941
  38 Local Industrial Union #833, United Packinghouse Workers, Toledo, Ohio, April 1938-August 1939
  39 Local Industrial Union #835, United Timber Workers, Melvin, Kentucky, March 1938-June 1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #836, United Junk Peddlers, Toledo, Ohio, May 1938-March 1952
  41 Local Industrial Union #837, United Bakers and Confectionery Workers, Williamson, West Virginia, May 1938-August 1939
  42 Local Industrial Union #838, United Bartenders, Waiters, and Waitresses, Nelsonville, Ohio, May 1938-1939
  43 Local Industrial Union #839, United Clay and Tile Workers, Soldier, Kentucky, May 1938-June 1941
  44 Local Industrial Union #840, United Live Stock Handlers, Sioux City, Iowa, May 1938-August 1939
  45 Local Industrial Union #841, United Painters, Paperhangers and Decorators, Shennandoah, Pennsylvania, April 1938-March 1940
  46 Local Industrial Union #842, Allied Trades, Fort Smith, Arkansas, May 1938-August 1943
  47 Local Industrial Union #843, United Photographic Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1938-1941
  48 Local Industrial Union #844, Allied Trades, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, May 1938-September 1941
  49 Local Industrial Union #845, (clerks, bakers, cooks, waiters, deliverymen, pharmacists, butchers, maids, and bartenders) Oak Creek, Colorado, May 1938-July 1943
  50 Local Industrial Union #846, United Musicians, Helper, Utah, May 1938-1942
  51 Local Industrial Union #847, United Painters, Paperhangers, and Decorators, Trinidad, Colorado, May 1938-April 1940
  52 Local Industrial Union #848, United Farm Bureau Workers, Brazil, Indiana, May 1938-December 1939
  53 Local Industrial Union #849, Transportaion and Allied Workers, Williamson, West Virginia, May 1938-February 1940
  54 Local Industrial Union #850, Allied Trades, Terra Haute, Indiana, February 1938-August 1939
  55 Local Industrial Union #851, Operat[?]e and Allied Workers, Brazil, Indiana, May 1938-June 1941
  56 Local Industrial Union #852, (state highway workers, city employees, school employees, summer resort keepers) Ely, Minnesota, May 1938-August 1939
  57 Local Industrial Union #853, United Optical Workers, Chicago, Illinoins, May 1938-March 1954
  58 Local Industrial Union #854, United Hydraulic Scraper Operators, Fort Smith, Arkansas, May 1938-August 1939
  59 Local Industrial Union #855, United Ice and Allied Workers, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 1938-May 1940
  60 Local Industrial Union #856, (common laborers) Sullivan, Indiana, May 1938-March 1940
  61 Local Industrial Union #857, United Distillery Workers, Manor, Pennsylvania, June 1938-March 1942
  62 Local Industrial Union #858, United Barbers and Beauticians, North Matewan, West Virginia, June 1938-December 1939
  63 Local Industrial Union #859, United Painters and Paperhangers, Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, June 1938-May 1940
  64 Local Industrial Union #860, Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Montcalm, West Virginia, June 1938-May 1941
  65 Local Industrial Union #861, United Bakers and Cake Workers, Binghampton, New York, June 1938-1941
  66 Local Industrial Union #862 (refined cane sugar workers) Long Island City, New York, June 1938-April 1939
  67 Local Industrial Union #863, United Theatrical Employees, Parrish, Alabama, June 1938-April 1941
  68 Local Industrial Union #864, Allied Trades, Faribault, Minnesota, July 1938-March 1941
  69 Local Industrial Union #865, United Concrete Workers, Toledo, Ohio, July 1938-March 1940
  70 Local Industrial Union #866, United Restaurant Workers, Ithaca, New York, July 1938-March 1939
  71 Local Industrial Union #867, Allied Trades, Pinckneyville, Illinois, June 1938-January 1940
  72 Local Industrial Union #868, United Packinghouse Workers, Los Angeles, California, July 1938-August 1939
  73 Local Industrial Union #869, United Packinghouse Workers, Los Angeles, California, July 1938-August 1939
  74 Local Industrial Union #870, United Packinghouse Workers, Detroit, Michigan, July 1938-April 1939
  75 Local Industrial Union #871, United Machinery Workers, Denver, Colorado, July 1938-August 1940
  76 Local Industrial Union #872, United Trades, Tooele, Utah, August 1938-February 1952
  77 Local Industrial Union #873, United Packinghouse Workers, Sioux City, Iowa, August 1938-1939
  78 Local Industrial Union #874, United Packinghouse Workers, Sioux City, Iowa, August 1938-1939
  79 Local Industrial Union #875, United Workers, Parrsbore, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1938-1940
  80 Local Industrial Union #876 (miscellaneous workers) Hibbing, Minnesota, August 1938-April 1942
  81 Local Industrial Union #877, United Paper Workers, Paperville, Pennsylvania, August 1938-May 1941
  82 Local Industrial Union #878, United Billers and Billposters, Newark, New Jersey, August 1938-September 1940
  83 Local Industrial Union #879, United Construciton Workers, Leavenworth, Washington, August 1938-June 1940
  84 Local Industrial Union #880, United TImber Workers, Jewell Valley, Virginia, August 1938-February 1940
  85 Local Industrial Union #881, United Packinghouse Workers, St. Ansgar, Iowa, August 1938-1939
  86 Local Industrial Union #882 (general workers) Juneau, Alaska, August 1938-October 1952
  87 Local Industrial Union #883, United Chocolate Workers, Fulton, New York, August 1938-June 1941
  88 Local Industrial Union #884, United Paper Mill Workers, Three Rivers, Michigan, August 1938-February 1940
  89 Local Industrial Union #885, United Musicians, Murray, Utah, August 1938-April 1942
  90 Local Industrial Union #886, United Pulp and Paper Workers, Northampton, Massachusetts, September 1938-April 1941
Box Folder
64 1 Local Industrial Union #887, Filling Station Employees, San Francisco, California, September 1938-January 1940
  2 Local Industrial Union #888, United Theatre and Amusement Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1938-May 1943
  3 Local Industrial Union #889, Allied Trades, Peru, Illinois, September 1938-August 1939
  4 Local Industrial Union #890, United Belt Workers, Chicago, Illinois, September 1938-January 1944
  5 Local Industrial Union #891, Allied Trades, Polson, Montana, September 1938-December 1939
  6 Local Industrial Union #892, United Truck Operators, Toledo, Ohio, September 1938-August 1940
  7 Local Industrial Union #893, United Packinghouse Workers, Fargo, North Dakota, September 1938-August 1939
  8 Local Industrial Union #894, United Packinghouse Workers, South St. Paul, Minnesota, September 1938-August 1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #895, United Paper Workers, Wilmington, Delaware, September 1938-March 1941
  10 Local Industrial Union #896, Under Takers, Kimball, West Virginia, September 1938-May 1941
  11 Local Industrial Union #897, United Heater Equipment Workers, Buffalo, New York, September 1938-June 1953
  12 Local Industrial Union #898, United Fibre and Paperworkers, Yorklyn, Delaware, October 1938-June 1941
  13 Local Industrial Union #899, LIU of Arthurdale, Arhturdale, West Virginia, September 1938-May 1941
  14 Local Industrial Union #900, United Cement Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1938-June 1941
  15 Local Industrial Union #901, United Spring Workers, Trenton, New Jersey, October 1938-June 1939
  16 Local Industrial Union #902, United Paper Workers, Aurora, Illinois, October 1938-September 1941
  17 Local Industrial Union #903, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Tampa, Florida, October 1938-January 1940
  18 Local Industrial Union #904, United Trade and Laborers, Helper, Utah, August 1938-March 1940
  19 Local Industrial Union #905, United Electrical and Gas Workers, Hilo, Hawaii, August 1938-April 1941
  20 Local Industrial Union #906, United Timber Workers, Blackey, Virginia, October 1938-May 1940
  21 Local Industrial Union #907, United Handle Workers, Sequatchie, Tennessee, October 1938-June 1944
  22 Local Industrial Union #908, United Packinghouse Workers, Chicago, Illinois, October 1938-August 1939
  23 Local Industrial Union #909, United Meat Workers, Passaic, New Jersey, November 1938-August 1939
  24 Local Industrial Union #910, United Sponge Workers, Tarpon Springs, Florida, October 1938-February 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #911, United Cleaners and Dyers, Gary, Indiana, November 1938-June 1941
  26 Local Industrial Union #912, United Exterminators, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1938-1939
  27 Local Industrial Union #913, Benito Juarex Bakers, El Paso, Texas, November 1938-October 1941
  28 Local Industrial Union #914, United Distillery Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, Novmeber 1938-February 1942
  29 Local Industrial Union #915, United Canec Workers, Hilo, Hawaii, November 1938-April 1941
  30 Local Industrial Union #916, United Paper Box Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1938-June 1940
  31 Local Industrial Union #917, United Sugar Refinery Workers, Sugartown, Texas, November 1938-August 1947
  32 Local Industrial Union #917, United Sugar Workers, Sugarland, Texas, June 1954-December 1955
  33 Local Industrial Union #918, United Foremen and Supervisors, Detroit, Michigan, November 1938-August 1940
  34 Local Industrial Union #919, United Transportation Workers, Huntington, West Virginia, December 1938-March 1940
  35 Local Industrial Union #920, United Photo Finishers, Syracuse, New York, December 1938-July 1940
  36 Local Industrial Union #921, United Entertainers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, December 1938-July 1939
  37 Local Industrial Union #922, United Cemetary Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, December 1938-1940
  38 Local Industrial Union #923, United Sandwich Workers, New York, New York, January-March 1939
  39 Local Industrial Union #924, United Macaroni Workers, Buffalo, New York, January 1939-April 1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #925, United Flour and Feed Mill Workers, Fort Worth, Texas, January 1939-March 1941
  41 Local Industrial Union #926, Allied Trades, Fairfield, Montana, January 1939-1940
  42 Local Industrial Union #927, United Dry Cleaning Equipment Workers, Anderson, Indiana, January 1939-March 1940
  43 Local Industrial Union #928, United Paper Box Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, February 1939-August 1940
  44 Local Industrial Union #929, United Hospital Workers, West Frankfort, Illinois, January 1939-May 1943
  45 Local Industrial Union #930, Allied Trades, Anchorage, Alaska, February-August 1939
  46 Local Industrial Union #931, United Soap Workers, Camden, New Jersey, February 1939-May 1941
  47 Local Industrial Union #932, Bar, Restaurant and Service Employees, Donora, Pennsylvania, February 1939-September 1943
  48 Local Industrial Union #933, Allied Industrial Workers, Kansas City, Kansas, February-March 1939
  49 Local Industrial Union #934, United Pencil Workers, New York, New York, Nov-55
  50 Local Industrial Union #935, United Truck Drivers, Richmond, Virginia, February 1939-April 1941
  51 Local Industrial Union #936, United Brick and Clay Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, February 1939-1940
  52 Local Industrial Union #937, United Painters, Paperhangers, Decorators, Shamokin, Pennsylvania, February-August 1939
  53 Local Industrial Union #938, United Building Service Employees, Toledo, Ohio, February 1939-April 1941
  54 Local Industrial Union #939, United Phonograph Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, February 1939-May 1941
  55 Local Industrial Union #940, United Barbers, Flint, Michigan, February-December 1939
  56 Local Industrial Union #941, Allied Trades, Superior, Montana, March 1939-April 1941
  57 Local Industrial Union #942, United Distillery Workers, Logansport, Pennsylvania, March 1939-September 1948
  58 Local Industrial Union #943, Juneau Allied Trades, Juneau, Alaska, March 1939-December 1943
  59 Local Industrial Union #944, United Tobacco Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1939-December 1941
  60 Local Industrial Union #945, Allied Workers, Williamson, West Virginia, February 1939-March 1940
  61 Local Industrial Union #946(fertilizer and plant workers) Lockland, Ohio, April 1939-September 1940
  62 Local Industrial Union #947, United Sawmill Handle and Basket Workers, Hope, Arkansas, March 1939-May 1941
  63 Local Industrial Union #948, United Timber and Sawmill Workers, Bluefield, Virginia, April 1939-1941
  64 Local Industrial Union #949, United Painters, Paperhangers, Decorators, Mount Caramel, Pennsylvania, April-August 1939
  65 Local Industrial Union #950, United Truck Drivers, Erie, Pennsylvania, March 1939-April 1940
  66 Local Industrial Union #951, United Optical Workers, Buffalo, New York, April 1939-March 1954
  67 Local Industrial Union #952, United Bakery Salesmen, Buffalo, New York, May 1939-1941
  68 Local Industrial Union #953, United Vanadium Workers, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, May 1939-June 1941
  69 Local Industrial Union #954, General Drivers, Norway, Michigan, May 1939-April 1940
  70 Local Industrial Union #955, United Tank Builders and Plate Workers, Harvey, Illinois, May 1939-January 1940
  71 Local Industrial Union #956, United Shinglers and Lathers, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, May-August 1939
  72 Local Industrial Union #957, Sales and Service Workers, Uniontown, Pennsylvania, April 1939-August 1946
  73 Local Industrial Union #958, Construction, Transportation and Allied Workers, Newark, New Jersey, May 1939-July 1940
  74 Local Industrial Union #959, Bartenders and Restaurant Workers, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 1939-June 1943
  75 Local Industrial Union #960, United Bakers and Confectionery Workers, Brownsville, Pennsylvania, May 1939-February 1954
  76 Local Industrial Union #961, United Chocolate Workers, Camden, New Jersey, May 1939-August 1954
  77 Local Industrial Union #962, United Trades, Park City, Utah, May 1939-September 1953
  78 Local Industrial Union #963, United Building and Maintenance Workers, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 1939-June 1941
  79 Local Industrial Union #964, Garage and Filling Station Workers, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, June 1939-October 1941
  80 Local Industrial Union #965, United Distillery and Bottling Workers, Helper, Utah, June 1939-August 1942
  81 Local Industrial Union #966, United Dock Workers, Ashtabula, Ohio, June 1939, July 1944
  82 Local Industrial Union #967, United Casket Workers, Bluefield, Virginia, July 1939-January 1943
  83 Local Industrial Union #968, United Golf Course Maintenance Workers, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 1939-March 1941
  84 Local Industrial Union #969, United Motion Picture Operators, Norton, Virginia, June 1937-1941
  85 Local Industrial Union #970, United Mill Workers, Ashland, Kentucky, June 1939-January 1944
  86 Local Industrial Union #971, United Construction Workers, Somerset, Pennsylvania, June 1939-March 1940
Box Folder
65 1 Local Industrial Union #972, United Paper Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1939-December 1940
  2 Local Industrial Union #973, United Cooks, Waiters and Bartenders, Henryetta, Oklahoma, June 1939-1945
  3 Local Industrial Union #974, United Projection and Theatrical Employees, Newark, New Jersey, September 1939-October 1941
  4 Local Industrial Union #975, United Electrical Workers, Mount Caramel, Pennsylvania, June-August 1939
  5 Local Industrial Union #976, Playground Equipment Workers, Ottawa, Illinois, June 1939-August 1940
  6 Local Industrial Union #977, United Bakelite Workers, Decatur, Illinois, July 1939-June 1944
  7 Local Industrial Union #978, Allied Building Trades Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, July-August 1939
  8 Local Industrial Union #979, Allied Building Trades Workers, MIlwaukee, Wisconsin, July-August 1939
  9 Local Industrial Union #980, United Paper Workers, Garwood, New Jersey, June-July 1939
  10 Local Industrial Union #981, United Salvage Workers, Toledo, Ohio, July 1939-June 1940
  11 Local Industrial Union #982, United Dock Workers, Fairport Harbor, Ohio, July 1939-December 1940
  12 Local Industrial Union #983, Store Clerks, Laundry Workers, Dry Cleaners, Gas Station Workers, Cumberland, Kentucky, July 1939-February 1941
  13 Local Industrial Union #984, United Foremen and Supervisors, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, August 1939, December 1955
  14 Local Industrial Union #985, United Musicians, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 1939-September 1940
  15 Local Industrial Union #986, United Insulator Workers, Kenova, West VIrginia, July 1939-March 1942
  16 Local Industrial Union #987, United Building Service Workers, Buffalo, New York, August 1939-January 1940
  17 Local Industrial Union #988, Allied Trades, Clatskanie, Oregon, August 1939-May 1942
  18 Local Industrial Union #989, United Porcelain Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 1939-October 1940
  19 Local Industrial Union #990, United Brush Workers, Port Chester, New York, August 1939-June 1941
  20 Local Industrial Union #991, United Building Service and Window Cleaners, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 1939-June 1941
  21 Local Industrial Union #992, United Transport and Allied Workers, Pittston, Pennsylvania, Augsut 1939-May 1941
  22 Local Industrial Union #993, United Feed Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 1939-1940
  23 Local Industrial Union #994, United Fuel Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 1939-August 1940
  24 Local Industrial Union #995, United Cab Drivers, Muncie, Indiana, September 1939-February 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #996, United Dairy Workers, South Bend, Indiana, September 1939-1954
  26 Local Industrial Union #998, Licensed Marine Deck Officers, Portland, Oregon, September 1939, November 1955
  27 Local Industrial Union #999, Homestead Workers, Redhouse, West Virginia, September 1939-June 1940
  28 Local Industrial Union #1000, United Malt Distributors, Uniontown, Pennsylvania, September 1939-May 1944
  29 Local Industrial Union #1001, United Paper Workers, River Rouge, Michigan, September 1939-June 1940
  30 Local Industrial Union #1002, United Bakery Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, September 1939-May 1941
  31 Local Industrial Union #1003, United Refinery Equipment, Dunkirk, New York, September 1939-January 1941
  32 Local Industrial Union #1004, United Bakery and Confectionery Workers, BattleCreek, Michigan, October 1939-April 1940
  33 Local Industrial Union #1005, American Musical and Allied Industries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 1937-January 1938
  34 Local Industrial Union #1005, United Paper Workers, Lockland, Ohio, October 1939-June 1940
  35 Local Industrial Union #1006, United Paper Workers, Monroe, Michigan, October 1939-June 1940
  36 Local Industrial Union #1007, United Copper Workers, South Range, Michigan, October 1939-January 1940
  37 Local Industrial Union #1008, United Transport Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, October 1939-November 1941
  38 Local Industrial Union #1009, United Paper Workers, Lockland, Ohio, October 1939-June 1940
  39 Local Industrial Union #1010, United Power House Workers, Buffalo, New York, November 1939-January 1941
  40 Local Industrial Union #1011, United Highway Workers, Dunvegan, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1939-May 1941
  41 Local Industrial Union #1012, United Service Station Attendants, East McKeesport, Pennsylvania, November 1939-May 1941
  42 Local Industrial Union #1013, United Paper Workers, Big Island, Virginia, November 1939-June 1940
  43 Local Industrial Union #1014, United Paper Workers, Paterson, New Jersey, November 1939-June 1940
  44 Local Industrial Union #1015, United Paper Workers, Muskegon, Michigan, November 1937-June 1940
  45 Local Industrial Union #1016, United Cafeteria, Restaurant and Hotel, Camden, New Jersey, November 1939-March 1943
  46 Local Industrial Union #1017, (wholesale and retail grocery clerks, truck drivers and delivery boys) Muncie, Indiana, November 1939-July 1942
  47 Local Industrial Union #1018, United Recreation Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, December 1939-March 1941
  48 Local Industrial Union #1019, (truck drivers and yard helpers) Flint, Michigan, December 1939-June 1941
  49 Local Industrial Union #1020, United Bakery Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, December 1939-May 1941
  50 Local Industrial Union #1021, (cafes, service stations, barbers, bars, and other miscellaneous workers) Payson Valley, Utah, December 1939-April 1942
  51 Local Industrial Union #1022, United Bakery Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, December 1939-August 1944
  52 Local Industrial Union #1023, United Novelty Workers, Muncie, Indiana, November 1939-June 1941
  53 Local Industrial Union #1024 (baseball tally cards workers) Muncie, Indiana, December 1939-March 1940
  54 Local Industrial Union #1025, United Bill Posters and Distributors, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, December 1939-March 1941
  55 Local Industrial Union #1026, United Chemical Processing Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, December 1939-October 1940
  56 Local Industrial Union #1027, United Building Maintenance Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 1939-March 1941
  57 Local Industrial Union #1028, United Musicians, Evansville, Indiana, December 1939-August 1943
  58 Local Industrial Union #1029, United Bakery Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, January 1940-April 1941
  59 Local Industrial Union #1030, United Theatrical and Display Card Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1940-February 1941
  60 Local Industrial Union #1031, United Racing Publications Employees, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1940-June 1944
  61 Local Industrial Union #1032, Allied Trades, Fairbanks, Alaska, January 1940-August 1948
  62 Local Industrial Union #1033, United Laundry Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, February 1940-May 1943
  63 Local Industrial Union #1034, United Musicians, Omaha, Nebraska, May 1940-1942
  64 Local Industrial Union #1035, United Dairy Workers, South Bend, Indiana, February 1940-March 1944
  65 Local Industrial Union #1036, United Coal and Ice Handlers, South Bend, Indiana, February 1940-March 1941
  66 Local Industrial Union #1037, United Hotel and Restaurant Service, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February-December 1940
  67 Local Industrial Union #1038, Allied Trades, Willamina, Oregon, February 1940-January 1950
  68 Local Industrial Union #1039, United Diary Workers, South Bend, Indiana, February 1940-October 1955
  69 Local Industrial Union #1040, Allied Workers, Heavener, Oklahoma, February 1940-June 1943
  70 Local Industrial Union #1041, United Asphalt Workers, Asphalt, Kentucky, February 1940-June 1941
  71 Local Industrial Union #1042, United Label Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, May-June 1940
  72 Local Industrial Union #1043, Morticians, Washington, D. C., May 1940-August 1941
  73 Local Industrial Union #1044, United Paper Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, March-June 1940
  74 Local Industrial Union #1045, United Dairy Workers, Marion, Ohio, March 1940-January 1954
  75 Local Industrial Union #1046, United Dairy Workers, Muskegon, Michigan, April 1940-August 1944
  76 Local Industrial Union #1047, United Abrasive Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, April-July 1940
  77 Local Industrial Union #1048, United Cemetary Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, April-December 1940
  78 Local Industrial Union #1049, United Paper Workers, Elkhart, Indiana, May-June 1940
  79 Local Industrial Union #1050, Fargo and Moorhead Miscellaneous, Moorhead, Minnesota, April 1940-March 1941
  80 Local Industrial Union #1051, United Bartenders and Waitresses, Omaha, Nebraska, May 1940-March 1942
  81 Local Industrial Union #1052, United Box, Veneer and Barrel, Suffolk, Virginia, May 1940-January 1945
  82 Local Industrial Union #1053, United Bakery Workers, Pikeville, Kentucky, May 1940-January 1944
  83 Local Industrial Union #1054, United Bartenders and Restaurant Workers, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, May 1940-November 1941
  84 Local Industrial Union #1055, United Hotel, Restaurant and Cafe Workers, Durham, North Carolina, May 1940-July 1942
  85 Local Industrial Union #1056 (bartenders and waiters) Eau Claire, Wisconsin, April 1940-June 1943
  86 Local Industrial Union #1057, United Black Asphalt Workers, Brownsville, Kentucky, May-December 1940
Box Folder
66 1 Local Industrial Union #1058, United Saw Makers, Columbus, Ohio, May 1940-April 1948
  2 Local Industrial Union #1059, United Dairy Workers, Mishawaka, Indiana, June 1940-April 1942
  3 Local Industrial Union #1060, United Cork Workers, Gloucester, New Jersey, June 1940-February 1948
  4 Local Industrial Union #1061, United Timber and Lumber Yard Workers, Franklin, Virginia, June 1940-December 1943
  5 Local Industrial Union #1062, United Window Cleaners, Reading, Pennsylvania, June 1940-March 1942
  6 Local Industrial Union #1063 (miscellnaeous workers) Anderson, Indiana, June 1940-August 1944
  7 Local Industrial Union #1064, Catering, Resteraunt, Bartender and Hotel Workers, Detroit, Michigan, June 1940-October 1955
  8 Local Industrial Union #1065, United Dairy Workers, Anderson, Indiana, July 1940-June 1941
  9 Local Industrial Union #1066, Chattanooga Guide Association, Chattanooga, Tennessee, July 1940-March 1949
  10 Local Industrial Union #1067, Allied Workers, McCurtain, Oklahoma, July 1940-May 1941
  11 Local Industrial Union #1068 (furniture workers) Salt Lake City, Utah, July 1940-1941
  12 Local Industrial Union #1069, United Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Sioux City, Iowa, July 1940-May 1941
  13 Local Industrial Union #1070, Building Service Employees, New York, New York, July-December 1940
  14 Local Industrial Union #1071, United Steel Castings Workers, New Castle, Delaware, August 1940-January 1942
  15 Local Industrial Union #1072, Sugar Refinery Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, August 1940-1947
  16 Local Industrial Union #1073, United Cement Workers, Detroit, Michigan, August 1940-January 1941
  17 Local Industrial Union #1074, United Fibre Workers, NewCastle, Delaware, August 1940-April 1941
  18 Local Industrial Union #1075, United Galvanizing Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, August 1940-June 1954
  19 Local Industrial Union #1076, Amalgamated LIU, Pontiac, Michigan, August 1940-June 1945
  20 Local Industrial Union #1077, United Distillery Workers, Westwego, Louisiana, December 1940-1946
  21 Local Industrial Union #1078, United Bakery Workers, Allentown, Pennsylvania, December 1940-August 1953
  22 Local Industrial Union #1079, United Distillery Workers, Lebanon, Kentucky, September 1940-March 1942
  23 Local Industrial Union #1080, United Billboard and Sign Workers, Sioux City, Iowa, October 1940-May 1941
  24 Local Industrial Union #1081, Cemetary Workers, Detroit, Michigan, October-December 1940
  25 Local Industrial Union #1082 (miscellaneous workers) Ephraim, Utah, October 1940-April 1942
  26 Local Industrial Union #1083, United Pottery Workers, Mount Clemens, Michigan, October 1940-September 1948
  27 Local Industrial Union #1084, United Distillery Workers, Dundalk, Maryland, October 1940-1946
  28 Local Industrial Union #1085, United Bakery Workers, Berwick, Pennsylvania, November 1940-December 1956
  29 Local Industrial Union #1086 (miscellaneous workers) Caryville, Tennessee, November 1940-August 1941
  30 Local Industrial Union #1087, United Bakery Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 1940-February 1942
  31 Local Industrial Union #1088, United Candy Workers, Centralia, Illinois, December 1940-June 1943
  32 Local Industrial Union #1089, United Bakery Workers, Martins Ferry, Ohio, December 1940-August 1941
  33 Local Industrial Union #1090, United Mill and Elevator Workers, Noblesville, Indiana, December 1940-August 1943
  34 Local Industrial Union #1091, United Musicians, South Bend, Indiana, December 1940-January 1950
  35 Local Industrial Union #1092, United Hotel, Restaurant, Beverage, Lansing, Michigan, January 1941-April 1942
  36 Local Industrial Union #1093, Bowling Alley Employees, Easton, Pennsylvania, January 1941-February 1942
  37 Local Industrial Union #1094 (truck drivers and warehousemen) Salt Lake City, Utah, January 1941-September 1942
  38 Local Industrial Union #1095, United Sugar Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 1941-September 1947
  39 Local Industrial Union #1096, United Optical Workers, Roslindale, Massachusetts, February 1941-April 1942
  40 Local Industrial Union #1097, United Automobile Salesmen, Akron, Ohio, February 1941-May 1942
  41 Local Industrial Union #1098, United Knitting Mill Workers, Unionville, Connecticut, February-May 1941
  42 Local Industrial Union #1099, United Junk Peddlers, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, February-May 1941
  43 Local Industrial Union #1100, United Laundry Workers, Bend, Oregon, January 1941-1952
  44 Local Industrial Union #1101, United Sugar Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1941-November 1947
  45 Local Industrial Union #1102, United Salesmen and Collectors, Scranton, Pennsylvania, February 1941-January 1944
  46 Local Industrial Union #1103, United Dairy Workers, Dayton, Ohio, March-August 1941
  47 Local Industrial Union #1104, United Bakery Workers, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, March 1941-September 1953
  48 Local Industrial Union #1105, United Cereal Workers, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, March-September 1941
  49 Local Industrial Union #1106, United Theater Workers, Pineville, Kentucky, March 1941-January 1944
  50 Local Industrial Union #1107, Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Chicago, Illinois, March 1941-January 1942
  51 Local Industrial Union #1108, United Mill Employees, Decatur, Illinois, April 1941-June 1943
  52 Local Industrial Union #1109 (machine and general labor) Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, April 1941-January 1944
  53 Local Industrial Union #1110, United Truck Drivers, Maintenance and Warehousemen, Portsmount, Virginia, April 1941-September 1944
  54 Local Industrial Union #1111, United Cooperage Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1941-February 1944
  55 Local Industrial Union #1112, United Ice Plant Workers, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, April 1941-October 1953
  56 Local Industrial Union #1113, United Trades, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1941-1942
  57 Local Industrial Union #1114, United Cork Workers, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Apr-41
  58 Local Industrial Union #1115, United Junk Workers, Ottumwa, Iowa, May 1941-February 1952
  59 Local Industrial Union #1116, United Service Station Employees, New York, New York, May 1941-July 1943
  60 Local Industrial Union #1117, United Cardox Workers, Benton, Illinois, May 1941-June 1943
  61 Local Industrial Union #1118, United Dairy Workers, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, May 1941-1944
  62 Local Industrial Union #1119, United Ice Cream Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1941-February 1942
  63 Local Industrial Union #1120, United Ladies Garment Workers, Hudson, Pennsylvania, May 1941-March 1955
  64 Local Industrial Union #1121, United Cork Workers, Camden, New Jersey, May 1941-1943
  65 Local Industrial Union #1122, United Musicians, Lockport, New York, April 1941-March 1947
  66 Local Industrial Union #1123, United Optical Workers, Detroit, Michigan, June 1941-March 1954
  67 Local Industrial Union #1124, United Sugar Workers, Reserve, Louisiana, July 1941-December 1947
  68 Local Industrial Union #1125, United Incubator Workers, Denver, Colorado, June 1941-April 1943
  69 Local Industrial Union #1126, United Cooperage Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1941-November 1944
  70 Local Industrial Union #1127, United Drug Workers, South Bend, Indiana, June 1941-February 1942
  71 Local Industrial Union #1128, United Musicians, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1941-August 1943
  72 Local Industrial Union #1129 (production and maintenance employees) Louisiana, Missouri, June 1941-February 1949
  73 Local Industrial Union #1130, United Hospital Workers, Lynch, Kentucky, June 1941-January 1944
  74 Local Industrial Union #1131, United Bakery Workers, Anderson, Indiana, July 1941-February 1942
  75 Local Industrial Union #1132, United Macaroni Workers, Cumberland, Maryland, July 1944-December 1953
  76 Local Industrial Union #1133, Amalgamated Industrial Union, Flint, Michigan, June 1941-April 1942
  77 Local Industrial Union #1134, United Soft Drink Bottling Workers, Muncie, Indiana, July 1941-March 1943
  78 Local Industrial Union #1135, United Railroad Workers, New Haven, Connecticut, July 1941-March 1942
  79 Local Industrial Union #1136 (common, semi skilled labor) Casper, Wyoming, July 1941-February 1942
  80 Local Industrial Union #1137, United Railroad Workers, Detroit, Michigan, August 1941-January 1942
  81 Local Industrial Union #1138, Amalgamated Industrial Union, Mount Clemens, Michigan, August 1941-September 1948
  82 Local Industrial Union #1139, United Office Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, August-September 1941
  83 Local Industrial Union #1140, United Catering Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1941-April 1943
Box Folder
67 1 Local Industrial Union #1141, United Retail and Service Workers, Burney, California, August 1941-May 1944
  2 Local Industrial Union #1142, United Optical Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 1941-March 1954
  3 Local Industrial Union #1143, United Basket Workers, Belding, Michigan, October 1941-January 1944
  4 Local Industrial Union #1144, United Dairy Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1941-May 1942
  5 Local Industrial Union #1145, United Bakery Workers, El Paso, Texas, September 1941-October 1947
  6 Local Industrial Union #1146, United Bartenders and Restaurant Workers, Provo, Utah, October 1941-January 1950
  7 Local Industrial Union #1147, United Bartenders and Waitresses, Lewistown, Pennsylvania, October 1941-April 1943
  8 Local Industrial Union #1148, United Milling Workers, Harbor Beach, Michigan, October-December 1941
  9 Local Industrial Union #1149, United Cork Workers, Hillsdale, New Jersey, October 1941-June 1943
  10 Local Industrial Union #1150 (car repair and salesmen) Norton, Virginia, October 1941-September 1944
  11 Local Industrial Union #1151, United Optical Workers, Trenton, New Jersey, October 1941-April 1950
  12 Local Industrial Union #1152, United Noodle Workers, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, October 1941-January 1944
  13 Local Industrial Union #1153, United Milling and Allied Workers, Hutchinson, Kansas, October 1941-January 1944
  14 Local Industrial Union #1154, United Sewing Machine Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1941-1946
  15 Local Industrial Union #1155, Allied Trades, Jackson, Michigan, October 1941-August 1950
  16 Local Industrial Union #1156, United Railroad Workers, Port Huron, Michigan, October 1941-January 1942
  17 Local Industrial Union #1157, United Railroad Workers, Detroit, Michigan, October 1941-February 1942
  18 Local Industrial Union #1158, United Railroad Workers, Saginaw, Michigan, October 1941-january 1942
  19 Local Industrial Union #1159, United Railroad Workers, Bay City, Michigan, October-December 1941
  20 Local Industrial Union #1160, United Railroad Workers, Detroit, Michigan, November 1941-May 1942
  21 Local Industrial Union #1161, United Railroad Workers, Jackson, Michigan, October 1941-January 1942
  22 Local Industrial Union #1162, United Motion Picture Employees, Lamarque, Texas, November 1941, May 1955
  23 Local Industrial Union #1163, United Railroad Workers, Detroit, Michigan, October 1941-January 1942
  24 Local Industrial Union #1164, United Garage and Service Station, Longview, Washington, November 1941-February 1943
  25 Local Industrial Union #1165, United Railroad Workers, Flint, Michigan, November 1941-January 1942
  26 Local Industrial Union #1166, United Culinary and Bakery Workers, Texas City, Texas, November 1941-December 1945
  27 Local Industrial Union #1167, United Sugar Workers, Gramercy, Louisiana, November 1941-September 1947
  28 Local Industrial Union #1168, United Mill Workers, El Paso, Texas, December 1941-February 1949
  29 Local Industrial Union #1169 (flour employees) Coffeevillle, Kansas, December 1941-October 1950
  30 Local Industrial Union #1170 (hotel and office building workers) Wichita, Kansas, January 1942-February 1947
  31 Local Industrial Union #1171 (flour workers) St. Joseph, Missouri, January 1942-February 1949
  32 Local Industrial Union #1172, General Equipment Workers, Wilkes-Barre, Pennslyvania, January 1942-May 1943
  33 Local Industrial Union #1173, Sweetwater Bartenders, Rock Springs, Wyoming, January 1942-November 1954
  34 Local Industrial Union #1174, United Wax Miners, Soldier Summit, Utah, January 1942-July 1943
  35 Local Industrial Union #1175, Page Production Workers, Chicago, Illinois, February 1942-August 1944
  36 Local Industrial Union #1176, United Winery and Distillery Workers, Newark, New Jersey, February 1942-May 1943
  37 Local Industrial Union #1177, United Bakery Workers, Sayesville, Rhode Island, May 1942-August 1944
  38 Local Industrial Union #1178, Otter Tail Industrial Union, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, March 1942-July 1953
  39 Local Industrial Union #1179, United Trades, Midvale, Utah, April 1942-February 1948
  40 Local Industrial Union #1180, United Bakery Workers, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, April 1942-February 1949
  41 Local Industrial Union #1181, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, April 1942-February 1944
  42 Local Industrial Union #1182 (skilled, semi-skilled workers) Sault St. Marie, Michigan, April 1942-August 1943
  43 Local Industrial Union #1183, Bartenders and Waitresses, Fort Dodge, Iowa, April 1942-February 1950
  44 Local Industrial Union #1184, United Paper Stock Workers, East St. Louis, Missouri, April 1942-July 1943
  45 Local Industrial Union #1185, Postal Carriers and Clerks, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1942-December 1945
  46 Local Industrial Union #1186, United Sugar Workers, Reserve, Louisiana, May 1942-1955
  47 Local Industrial Union #1187, United Laundry Workers, Chatanooga, Tennessee, May 1942-March 1949
  48 Local Industrial Union #1188, United Theatrical and Building Service, Newark, New Jersey, June 1942-February 1943
  49 Local Industrial Union #1189, United Celotex Workers, Marrero, Louisiana, June 1942-March 1944
  50 Local Industrial Union #1190, United Building Supply Workers, Marrero, Louisiana, June 1942-November 1944
  51 Local Industrial Union #1191, United Cement Workers, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1942-November 1948
  52 Local Industrial Union #1192 (production and maintenance workers) Kansas City, Kansas, June 1942-October 1950
  53 Local Industrial Union #1193, United Clay Products Workers, Toronto, Ohio, June 1942-November 1951
  54 Local Industrial Union #1194, United Brick Workers, Creighton, Pennsylvania, June 1942-February 1950
  55 Local Industrial Union #1195, United Wallboard Workers, Lockport, New York, June-November 1942
  56 Local Industrial Union #1196, United Clay Product Workers, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, June 1942-August 1944
  57 Local Industrial Union #1197, United Mill and Lumber Workers, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, June 1942-March 1954
  58 Local Industrial Union #1198, United Lime and Cement Workers, Kenova, West Virginia, June 1942-March 1952
  59 Local Industrial Union #1199, United Veneer and Wood Workers, Kenova, West Virginia, June 1942-April 1945
  60 Local Industrial Union #1200, United Construction and Maintenance, Huntington, West Virginia, June 1942-May 1944
  61 Local Industrial Union #1201(pipe fitters, painters, building trades workers) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1942-September 1944
  62 Local Industrial Union #1202, Building Service and Maintenance, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1942-February 1945
  63 Local Industrial Union #1203, United Brick Workers, Chester, Pennsylvania, June 1942-1944
  64 Local Industrial Union #1204, Pioneer Paper Stock Workers, Chicago, Illinois, June 1942-May 1944
  65 Local Industrial Union #1205, United Clay Product Workers, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, June 1942-August 1944
  66 Local Industrial Union #1206, United Clay Product Workers, Powlton, Pennsylvania, June 1942-August 1944
  67 Local Industrial Union #1207, United Building Service and Maintenance Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 1942-December 1953
  68 Local Industrial Union #1208, United Clay Workers, Homestead, Pennsylvania, June 1942-February 1950
  69 Local Industrial Union #1209, United Construction Workers, Trenton, New Jersey, June 1942-January 1944
  70 Local Industrial Union #1210, United Construction and Building Trades, Seattle, Washington, June 1942-October 1946
  71 Local Industrial Union #1211, United Construction Workers, Camden, New Jersey, June 1942-April 1943
  72 Local Industrial Union #1212, Construciton and Maintenance of Way Workers, Wayne, West Virginia, June 1942-1943
  73 Local Industrial Union #1213, United Brick Yard Workers, Barboursville, West Virginia, June 1942-February 1949
  74 Local Industrial Union #1214, United Building Trades and Service Workers, Akron, Ohio, June 1942-1944
  75 Local Industrial Union #1215, Richmond Cedar Workers, Richmond, Virginia, June 1942-September 1944
  76 Local Industrial Union #1216, (corn products) Kansas City, Kansas, June 1942-February 1950
  77 Local Industrial Union #1217, Amalgamated LIU, Lansing, Michigan, June 1942-October 1944
  78 Local Industrial Union #1218 (national screen company workers) Suffolk, Virginia, June 1942-December 1943
  79 Local Industrial Union #1219, State and Miscellaneous Workers, Parkersburg, West Virginia, June 1942-July 1943
  80 Local Industrial Union #1220, Transport Workers, Memphis, Tennessee, June 1942-September 1954
  81 Local Industrial Union #1221, United Paving and Building Supply Workers, Washington, D.C., June 1942-December 1948
  82 Local Industrial Union #1222, United Construction Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, June 1942-April 1944
  83 Local Industrial Union #1223, United Slag Workers, Donora, Pennsylvania, June 1942-August 1944
  84 Local Industrial Union #1224, United Window Cleaners, Detroit, Michigan, June 1942-September 1948
  85 Local Industrial Union #1225, United Sawmill and Timber Worker, Cyclone, West Virginia, June 1942-December 1944
  86 Local Industrial Union #1226, United Dairy Workers and Salesmen, Charleston, West Virginia, June 1942-May 1945
Box Folder
68 1 Local Industrial Union #1227, United Brick and Block Workers, Hazelton, Pennsylvania, June 1942-February 1949
  2 Local Industrial Union #1228, Construction and Maintenance, Chicago, Illinois, June 1942-May 1944
  3 Local Industrial Union #1229, United Cement and Quarry Workers, Petoskey, Michigan, June 1942-February 1948
  4 Local Industrial Union #1230, United Brick Workers, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, June 1942-August 1944
  5 Local Industrial Union #1231, United Wallboard Workers, Buffalo, New York, June-December 1942
  6 Local Industrial Union #1232, United Wallboard Workers, Buffalo, New York, June-December 1942
  7 Local Industrial Union #1233, United Scrap Yard Workers, Monongahela, Pennsylvania, June 1942-1947
  8 Local Industrial Union #1234, Miscellaneous Unaffiliated Group, Youngstown, Ohio, June 1942-July 1955
  9 Local Industrial Union #1235, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers, Beckley, West Virginia, July 1942, October 1955
  10 Local Industrial Union #1236, United Sawmill and Timber Workers, Cass, West Virginia, July 1942, February 1949
  11 Local Industrial Union #1237, United Sawmill and Timber Workers, Omar, West Virginia, July 1942, April 1946
  12 Local Industrial Union #1238 (hard wood flooring workers) Grayling, Michigan, July 1942, May 1945
  13 Local Industrial Union #1239, United Folding Box Workers, Dayton, Ohio, July 1942-August 1944
  14 Local Industrial Union #1240, United Clay Product Workers, Large, Pennsylvania, July 1942-August 1944
  15 Local Industrial Union #1241, United Clay Products, Courtney, Pennsylvania, July 1942-March 1944
  16 Local Industrial Union #1242, United Slag Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 1942-December 1955
  17 Local Industrial Union #1243, United Clay Products Workers, Mineral Springs,Pennslyvania, July 1942-January 1944
  18 Local Industrial Union #1244 (construction workers) Portland, Oregon, July 1942, October 1953
  19 Local Industrial Union #1245, United Milling Workers, Huntington, West Virginia, July 1942, September 1955
  20 Local Industrial Union #1246, United Lumber and Sawmill, Maben, West Virginia, July 1942-April 1946
  21 Local Industrial Union #1247, United Construction and Building Service Workers, Toledo, Ohio, Jul-42
  22 Local Industrial Union #1248, United Office Building Service Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, July 1942-March 1954
  23 Local Industrial Union #1250, United Brick and Clay Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, July 1942, February 1949
  24 Local Industrial Union #1251, Atlanta Construction Workers, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1942, January 1944
  25 Local Industrial Union #1252 (construction workers) Kansas City, Missouri, July 1942, April 1945
  26 Local Industrial Union #1253, United Laundry Workers, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Jul-42
  27 Local Industrial Union #1254, United Clay Product Workers, Monongahela, Pennsylvania, July 1942, October 1953
  28 Local Industrial Union #1256 (miscellaneous workers) Spokane, Washington, July 1942-April 1951
  29 Local Industrial Union #1257, United Veneer and Plywood Workers, Portsmouth, Virginia, September 1942-February 1944
  30 Local Industrial Union #1258, United Optical Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, July 1942, March 1954
  31 Local Industrial Union #1259, United Lumber, Iron and Chemical, Mancelona, Michigan, July 1942-April 1945
  32 Local Industrial Union #1260, United Metal Weather Strip Workers, Detroit, Michigan, July 1942-April 1946
  33 Local Industrial Union #1261, United Waste Paper Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, July 1942-1959
  34 Local Industrial Union #1262, United Clay Product Workers, Barrett, Pennsylvania, July 1942, August 1944
  35 Local Industrial Union #1263, United Clay Product Workers, Wallaceton, Pennsylvania, July 1942-August 1944
  36 Local Industrial Union #1264, Construction and Building Trades, Warren, Ohio, July 1942-January 1946
  37 Local Industrial Union #1265, United Building Trade Workers, East Chicago, Indiana, August 1942-January 1950
  38 Local Industrial Union #1266, United Building and Construction Workers, Everett, Washington, August 1942-March 1947
  39 Local Industrial Union #1267, United Construction and Maintenance, Newark, New Jersey, August 1942, June 1953
  40 Local Industrial Union #1268, United Building Trades, Gary, Indiana, August 1942-1954
  41 Local Industrial Union #1269, Sawmill and Timber Workers, Sanderson, West Virginia, July 1942-January 1944
  42 Local Industrial Union #1270 (defense industry workers) Chicago, Illinois, August 1942-July 1943
           
           
  43 Local Industrial Union #1271, United Box and Lumber Workers, Chattanooga, Tennessee, August 1942-October 1943
  44 Local Industrial Union #1272, United Clay Product Workers, Clearfield, Pennslyvania, August 1942, 1944
  45 Local Industrial Union #1273 (wooden barges and tug boat workers) Olympia, Washington, September 1942-November 1943
  46 Local Industrial Union #1274, United Candy Workers, Lynchburg, Virginia, September 1942-June 1948
  47 Local Industrial Union #1275, United Sand and Gravel Workers, Memphis, Tennessee, September 1942, October 1943
  48 Local Industrial Union #1276, United Distillery Workers, Large, Pennsylvania, September 1942, 1948
  49 Local Industrial Union #1277, United Stone Tool Workers, South Boston, Massachusetts, September 1942-August 1946
  50 Local Industrial Union #1278, United Distillery Workers, Broadford, Pennsylvania, September 1942, 1948
  51 Local Industrial Union #1279, United Scrap, Salvage, and Waste Material Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 1942, November 1955
  52 Local Industrial Union #1280 (general waste products workers) Evansville, Indiana, September 1942-March 1954
  53 Local Industrial Union #1281, United Cement Workers, Essexville, Michigan, September 1942, April 1948
  54 Local Industrial Union #1282, Amalgamated LIU, Bay City, Michigan, September 1942-August 1946
  55 Local Industrial Union #1283, United Domestic Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1942-July 1945
  56 Local Industrial Union #1284, United Tent and Awning Workers, Springfield, Illinois, October 1942-February 1944
  57 Local Industrial Union #1285, United Maintenance Workers, Clearfield, Pennslyvania, October 1942-August 1944
  58 Local Industrial Union #1286, United Distillery Workers, Wilder, Kentucky, October 1942-February 1949
  59 Local Industrial Union #1287, United Parachute Workers, Manti, Utah, October 1942, May 1945
  60 Local Industrial Union #1288 (rifle clips for U.S. army workers and airtanks for anti-submarine nets) Kent, Washington, October 1942, August 1943
  61 Local Industrial Union #1289, United Dairy Workers, Torrington, Connecticut, October 1942-February 1955
  62 Local Industrial Union #1290, United Taxicab Drivers, Washington, D.C., October 1942-July 1945
  63 Local Industrial Union #1291, United Laundry Workers, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 1942-February 1944
  64 Local Industrial Union #1292, United Copper Product Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 1942, January 1946
  65 Local Industrial Union #1293, United Building Service Workers, Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, November 1942-April 1947
  66 Local Industrial Union #1294, Shenango China Workers, New Castle, Pennsylvania, November 1942, February 1944
  67 Local Industrial Union #1295, United Creosote Workers, Addyston, Ohio, November 1942, October 1955
  68 Local Industrial Union #1296, United Theatrical Workers, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, December 1942-January 1954
  69 Local Industrial Union #1297, United Distillery Workers, Columbia, Illinois, December 1942, May 1947
  70 Local Industrial Union #1298 (leather workers) Ashland, Kentucky, January-August 1943
  71 Local Industrial Union #1299, United Tent and Awning Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, December 1942, July 1947
  72 Local Industrial Union #1300, United Building Supply Workers, Harvey, Louisiana, December 1942, September 1947
  73 Local Industrial Union #1301, West Bank Amalgamated, Marrero, Louisiana, December 1942, September 1947
  74 Local Industrial Union #1302, United Food Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 1942, June 1944
  75 Local Industrial Union #1303, United Chemical Workers, Springfield, Massachusetts, December 1942-February 1951
  76 Local Industrial Union #1304, City Employees, Chicago, Illinois, January 1943-February 1945
  77 Local Industrial Union #1305, United Flour Mill Workers, Newton, Kansas, January 1943, October 1950
  78 Local Industrial Union #1306, William Burns International Detective Agency, Lockport, Illinois, February 1943-1946
  79 Local Industrial Union #1307, United Metal Strip Workers, Ironton, Ohio, February-June 1943
  80 Local Industrial Union #1308, Flint, Michigan, February 1943, November 1955
  81 Local Industrial Union #1309, Chicago Water Works Employees, Chicago, Illinois, February-June 1943
  82 Local Industrial Union #1310, Plant Custodians, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, February 1943-December 1944
  83 Local Industrial Union #1311, United Abrasive Workers, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, February 1943, January 1948
  84 Local Industrial Union #1312, United Bakery Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, November 1943, December 1944
  85 Local Industrial Union #1313, United Construction Workers, Marion, Ohio, February 1943-January 1953
  86 Local Industrial Union #1314, United Cement and Quarry Workers, Alpena, Michigan, February 1943, March 1948
  87 Local Industrial Union #1315, Belle Meade Distillery Workers, Belle Meade, Virginia, March 1943, October 1947
  88 Local Industrial Union #1316 (pre-fabrication of houses production workers) Kansas City, Missouri, March 1943, August 1944
Box Folder
69 1 Local Industrial Union #1317, United Coppersmiths and Helpers, Charlestown, Massachusetts, Mar-43
  2 Local Industrial Union #1318 (bartenders and barmaids in taverns) Wichita, Kansas, June-July 1947
  3 Local Industrial Union #1319, United Furniture Workers, Rome, Georgia, March-October 1943
  4 Local Industrial Union #1320, Structural Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, May 1943-March 1946
  5 Local Industrial Union #1321, United Telephone Service Employees, Wichita, Kansas, April 1943-January 1944
  6 Local Industrial Union #1322 (electric light and power, gas producing and servicing, maintaining and serving streets and sanitation, servicing water supply) Muncie, Indiana, May 1943-1953
  7 Local Industrial Union #1323, United Scientific Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 1943, April 1954
  8 Local Industrial Union #1324, United Laundry Workers, Petosky, Michigan, May-August 1943
  9 Local Industrial Union #1326, United Optical Workers, Huntington, West Virginia, May 1943, January 1951
  10 Local Industrial Union #1327, United Laundry Workers, Bristol, Connecticut, June 1943-January 1944
  11 Local Industrial Union #1328 (potatoe handlers) Monte Vista, Colorado, June 1943, March 1945
  12 Local Industrial Union #1329, Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Louisville, Kentucky, June 1943-March 1946
  13 Local Industrial Union #1330, Carton, Container and Paper Workers Division, Norwood, Massachusetts, June 1943, May 1950
  14 Local Industrial Union #1331, United Milling Workers, Sioux City, Iowa, June 1943, November 1955
  15 Local Industrial Union #1332, United Laundry Workers, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, July 1943-October 1948
  16 Local Industrial Union #1333, United Glass Workers, Dayton, Ohio, July 1943-January 1947
  17 Local Industrial Union #1334, United Cemetary Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1943-1953
  18 Local Industrial Union #1335, United Roofing Employees, York, Pennsylvania, July 1943, April 1947
  19 Local Industrial Union #1336, United Distillery Workers, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania, July 1943, August 1945
  20 Local Industrial Union #1337, Cafeteria and Restaurant Workers, Wilmington, Delaware, August 1943-January 1946
  21 Local Industrial Union #1338, United Cotton Oil Refinery Workers, Houston, Texas, August 1943, March 1949
  22 Local Industrial Union #1339, Altoona Car Shop Workers, Altoona, Pennsylvania, September 1943, November 1945
  23 Local Industrial Union #1340 (locomotive workers) Altoona, Pennsylvania, Sep-43
  24 Local Industrial Union #1341, South Altoona Foundry, Altoona, Pennsylvania, Sep-43
  25 Local Industrial Union #1342, United Ice Cream Workers, Parkersburg, West Virginia, September 1943-November 1954
  26 Local Industrial Union #1343, United Distillery Workers, Landsdowne, Maryland, Sep-43
  27 Local Industrial Union #1344, United Distillery Workers, Gretna, Louisiana, September 1943, December 1946
  28 Local Industrial Union #1345, United Bartenders and Barmaids, Pueblo, Colorado, October 1943, April 1948
  29 Local Industrial Union #1346 (camouflage netting workers) Scranton, Pennsylvania, October 1943, February 1946
  30 Local Industrial Union #1347, United Maintenance Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 1943, 1946
  31 Local Industrial Union #1348, United Domestic Workers, Washington, D. C., November 1943, February 1950
  32 Local Industrial Union #1349, United Distillery Workers, Brownsville, Pennsylvania, November 1943-March 1950
  33 Local Industrial Union #1350, United Box and Crate Workers, Shreveport, Louisiana, Novmeber 1943, May 1946
  34 Local Industrial Union #1351, United Feed Mill Workers, Irwin, Pennsylvania, November 1943, February 1954
  35 Local Industrial Union #1352, United Distillery Workers, Bardstown, Kentucky, November 1943, October 1946
  36 Local Industrial Union #1353, United Gear and Metal Workers, Springville, New York, November 1943-July 1953
  37 Local Industrial Union #1354, William Burns International Detective Agency Employees, Lawrenceville, Illinois, December 1943, June 1945
  38 Local Industrial Union #1355, United Garment Workers, Barre, Pennslyvania, January 1944, March 1945
  39 Local Industrial Union #1356 (maids) Memphis, Tennessee, January 1944, April 1948
  40 Local Industrial Union #1357, United Railroad Workers, New York, New York, January 1944-May 1947
  41 Local Industrial Union #1358, United Railroad Workers, Long Isalnd City, New York, January 1944, May 1947
  42 Local Industrial Union #1359, United Mill and Box Workers, New Haven, Connecticut, January-March 1944
  43 Local Industrial Union #1360, United Musicians, Rock Springs, Wyoming, Feb-44
  44 Local Industrial Union #1361 (laundry, garages, restaurants, pool room, beer halls and grocery store workers) Tillamook, Oregon, February 1944, September 1955
  45 Local Industrial Union #1362, United Domestic Workers, Louisville, Kentucky, February 1944-December 1947
  46 Local Industrial Union #1363, United Paper Workers, East Walpole, Massachusetts, February 1944-December 1946
  47 Local Industrial Union #1364, Safety Socket Screw Employees, Chicago, Illinois, March-October 1944
  48 Local Industrial Union #1365, United Railroad Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 1944, September 1947
  49 Local Industrial Union #1366, United Mill and Elevator Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, March 1944-January 1949
  50 Local Industrial Union #1367, (city employees) Mason City, Iowa, March 1944, May 1955
  51 Local Industrial Union #1368, Public Service Employees, Racine, Wisconsin, March 1944, February 1954
  52 Local Industrial Union #1369, West Massachusetts Teachers, Northapmton, Massachusetts, March 1944, June 1950
  53 Local Industrial Union #1370, United Cafeteria Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 1944-August 1946
  54 Local Industrial Union #1371, United Feed and Mill Workers, Centerville, Iowa, March 1944, June 1950
  55 Local Industrial Union #1372, United Railroad Workers, Wilmington, Delaware, March 1944, July 1947
  56 Local Industrial Union #1374, United Railroad Workers, Greater Newark and Jersey City, New Jersey, March 1944, June 1947
  57 Local Industrial Union #1375, United Production Workers, Ottumwa, Iowa, April 1944-February 1950
  58 Local Industrial Union #1376, United Railroad Workers, Mingo Junction, Ohio, April 1944, September 1947
  59 Local Industrial Union #1377, United Railroad Workers, Connay, Pennsylvania, April 1944, January 1947
  60 Local Industrial Union #1378, United Service Workers, Lima, Ohio, April 1944, February 1950
  61 Local Industrial Union #1379, Empire Refinery, Spokane, Washington, April 1944, June 1946
  62 Local Industrial Union #1380, United Licorice and Chemical Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, April 1944, 1954
  63 Local Industrial Union #1381(Coca-Cola bottling and distribution employees) Huntington, West Virginia, May 1944, October 1950
  64 Local Industrial Union #1382, United Harborcraft Workers, Mobile, Alabama, May 1944-April 1946
  65 Local Industrial Union #1383, Roofing Employees, Norwood, Massachusetts, August 1944, April 1947
  66 Local Industrial Union #1384, Floor Covering Workers, Norwood, Massachusetts, September 1944, February 1950
  67 Local Industrial Union #1385, United Railroad Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1944, May 1947
  68 Local Industrial Union #1386, United Dairy Workers, Parkersburg, West Virginia, June-September 1944
  69 Local Industrial Union #1387, United Sign Workers, Canton, Ohio, June 1944-January 1951
  70 Local Industrial Union #1388, United Optical Workers, Toledo, Ohio, Jun-44
  71 Local Industrial Union #1389, United Silverware Employees, Attleboro, Massachusetts, June 1944-January 1945
  72 Local Industrial Union #1390, United Railroad Workers, Erie, Pennsylvania, June 1944, July 1947
  73 Local Industrial Union #1391, Galena Civilian Guards LIU, Spokane, Washington, June 1940-July 1945
  74 Local Industrial Union #1392, United Magnesite Workers, West Cape May, New Jersey, July 1944-August 1947
  75 Local Industrial Union #1393, United Wood Workers, Hyndman, Pennsylvania, July 1944-May 1952
  76 Local Industrial Union #1394, United Railroad Workers, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, July 1944-June 1947
  77 Local Industrial Union #1395, United Railroad Workers, Columbus, Ohio, July 1944, May 1947
  78 Local Industrial Union #1396, United Fiber Product Workers, Denver, Colorado, June 1944-December 1947
  79 Local Industrial Union #1397, United Railroad Workers, Shire Oaks, Pennsylvania, July 1944-May 1947
  80 Local Industrial Union #1398, United Railroad Workers, South Fork, Pennsylvania, August 1944-March 1947
  81 Local Industrial Union #1399, United Railroad Workers, Canton, Ohio, August 1944, June 1947
  82 Local Industrial Union #1400 (rubber workers) Los Angeles, California, August 1944-1945
  83 Local Industrial Union #1401, United Domestic Workers, East Liverpool, Ohio, November 1942-February 1951
  84 Local Industrial Union #1402, United Dairy Workers, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, September 1944-January 1945
  85 Local Industrial Union #1403, United Macaroni Workers, Auburn, New York, September 1944, June 1954
  86 Local Industrial Union #1404, United Rubber Workers, Ferndale, Washington, September 1944-1947
  87 Local Industrial Union #1405, Bus Drivers, New Castle, Indiana, October 1944-September 1951
  88 Local Industrial Union #1406 (auto repair mechanics) Lewiston, Idaho, Nov-44
  89 Local Industrial Union #1407, United Wholesale Workers, Ashland, Kentucky, December 1944-February 1949
  90 Local Industrial Union #1408, United Railroad Workers, Mahoningtown, Pennsylvania, December 1944, August 1947
Box Folder
70 1 Local Industrial Union #1409, United Cemetary Workers, Jamaica, Plain, Massachusetts, February 1945, May 1954
  2 Local Industrial Union #1410, United Abrasive Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 1945, June 1948
  3 Local Industrial Union #1411, United Building Trades, Terra Haute, Indiana, February 1945, March 1954
  4 Local Industrial Union #1412, United Building Trades, Anderson, Indiana, February 1945, October 1955
  5 Local Industrial Union #1413, United Veneer and Lumber Workers, Edingburg, Indiana, February 1945-October 1955
  6 Local Industrial Union #1414, United Restaurant and Hotel Workers, Cumberland, Maryland, January 1946, October 1953
  7 Local Industrial Union #1415, United Railroad Workers, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, March-November 1945
  8 Local Industrial Union #1416, United Railroad Workers, Blairsville, Pennsylvania, March 1945, August 1947
  9 Local Industrial Union #1417, United Distillery Workers, Manor, Pennsylvania, March 1945-1950
  10 Local Industrial Union #1418, Amalgamated LIU, Iron Mountain, Michigan, March 1945-1946
  11 Local Industrial Union #1419, United Railroad Workers, Free Port, Pennsylvania, April 1945, June 1947
  12 Local Industrial Union #1420, United Sugar Workers, Mathews, Louisiana, April 1945, October 1947
  13 Local Industrial Union #1420, United Sugar Workers, Mathews, Louisiana, June 1954, September 1955
  14 Local Industrial Union #1421, United Flour and Feed Workers, Fort Worth, Texas, April 1945-May 1949
  15 Local Industrial Union #1422, United Sugar Workers, Tallieu, Louisiana, April 1945, December 1947
  16 Local Industrial Union #1422, United Sugar Workers, Labadieville, Louisiana, May 1954, October 1955
  17 Local Industrial Union #1423, United Transportation Workers, Dallas, Texas, April 1945, June 1949
  18 Local Industrial Union #1424, (farm machinery workers) LaCrosse, Wisconsin, August 1945-1947
  19 Local Industrial Union #1425, United Foremen, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, April 1945-January 1946
  20 Local Industrial Union #1426, United Railroad Workers, Youngstown, Ohio, April 1945, June 1947
  21 Local Industrial Union #1427, Unite Railroad Workers, Makees Rocks, Pennsylvania, April 1945, August 1947
  22 Local Industrial Union #1428, United Railroad Workers, Youngstown, Ohio, April 1945, July 1947
  23 Local Industrial Union #1429, United Railroad Workers, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, April 1945, August 1947
  24 Local Industrial Union #1430, United Railroad Workers, Newell, Pennsylvnia, April 1945, July 1947
  25 Local Industrial Union #1431, United Railroad Workers, Dickerson Run, Pennsylvania, April 1945, July 1947
  26 Local Industrial Union #1432, United Railroad Workers, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, April 1945, July 1947
  27 Local Industrial Union #1433, Apparel Services, Louisville, Kentucky, April-December 1945
  28 Local Industrial Union #1434, United Rubber Workers, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1945, March 1951
  29 Local Industrial Union #1435, United Paper Workers, Dallas, Texas, April 1945, November 1946
  30 Local Industrial Union #1436, United Railroad Workers, Pitcairn, Pennsylvania, December 1944-April 1954
  31 Local Industrial Union #1437, United Cement Milling Workers, Houston, Texas, May 1945, June 1949
  32 Local Industrial Union #1438, United Railroad Workers, Crestline, Ohio, May 1945, June 1947
  33 Local Industrial Union #1439, United Railroad Workers, Donora, Pennsylvania, May 1945, July 1947
  34 Local Industrial Union #1440, United Supervisory Employees, Schenectady, New York, May-45
  35 Local Industrial Union #1441, United Cement Workers, Dallas, Texas, May 1945, November 1949
  36 Local Industrial Union #1442, United Railroad Workers, New Castle, Pennsylvania, May 1945, July 1947
  37 Local Industrial Union #1443, United Railroad Workers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, May 1945-1947
  38 Local Industrial Union #1444, United Foremen, Yorkville, Ohio, May 1945-September 1948
  39 Local Industrial Union #1445, United School Employees, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 1945-March 1947
  40 Local Industrial Union #1446, United Wood Workers, Wichita, Kansas, June 1945, February 1949
  41 Local Industrial Union #1447, United Railroad Workers, Lancaster, Ohio, June 1945, July 1947
  42 Local Industrial Union #1448, United Motor Drivers, Danville, Virginia, June-November 1945
  43 Local Industrial Union #1449, United Leather Workers, Dallas, Texas, July 1945, August 1947
  44 Local Industrial Union #1450, United Glove Workers, Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, June 1945, 1954
  45 Local Industrial Union #1451, Barbers LIU, Lansing, Michigan, May-41
  46 Local Industrial Union #1451, United Cannery and Food Process, Portland, Oregon, July 1945, August 1946
  47 Local Industrial Union #1452, United Railroads Workers, Oil City, Pennsylvania, July 1945, May 1947
  48 Local Industrial Union #1453, Amalgamated LIU, Anderson, Indiana, July 1945-October 1950
  49 Local Industrial Union #1454, United Railroad Workers, Chicago, Illinois, August 1945-May 1947
  50 Local Industrial Union #1455 (pumping fuel gas operators) Ashland, Kentucky, July 1945-1946
  51 Local Industrial Union #1456, Food Processors and Cannery, Lebannon, Oregon, September 1945, March 1946
  52 Local Industrial Union #1457, United Foremen, Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 1945, July 1947
  53 Local Industrial Union #1458, United Flour and Feed Workers, Dallas, Texas, September 1945, October 1948
  54 Local Industrial Union #1459, United Railroad Workers, Hoboken, New Jersey, October 1945, June 1947
  55 Local Industrial Union #1460, United Railroad Workers, Terra Haute, Indiana, September 1945, August 1947
  56 Local Industrial Union #1461, United Poultry Workers, Amercan Fork, Utah, September 1945-April 1948
  57 Local Industrial Union #1462, United Foremen, Tarentum, Pennslyvania, September 1945, August 1948
  58 Local Industrial Union #1463, United Railroad Workers, New York, New York, October 1945, June 1947
  59 Local Industrial Union #1464, United Foremen, Omaha, Nebraska, October 1945, July 1946
  60 Local Industrial Union #1465, United Production and Service Employees, Des Moines, Iowa, October 1945, September 1954
  61 Local Industrial Union #1466, United Railroad Workers, Lorain, Ohio, Ocotber 1945, June 1947
  62 Local Industrial Union #1467 (pest control workers) Washington, D.C., October 1945-August 1947
  63 Local Industrial Union #1468, United Railroad Workers, Bellefontaine, Ohio, Oct-45
  64 Local Industrial Union #1469, Truck Drivers and Timber Workers, Cumberland, Kentucky, Jun-41
  65 Local Industrial Union #1469, United Railroad Workers, Hoboken, New Jersey, October 1945, August 1947
  66 Local Industrial Union #1470, United Foremen, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1945, March 1947
  67 Local Industrial Union #1471, United Leather and Novelty Workers, Binghamton, New York, October 1945, February 1949
  68 Local Industrial Union #1472, United Foremen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 1945-June 1949
  69 Local Industrial Union #1473, United Railroad Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, October 1945, April 1946
  70 Local Industrial Union #1474, United Sugar Workers, Raceland, Louisiana, October 1945-1947
  71 Local Industrial Union #1474, United Sugar Workers, Raceland, Louisiana, June 1954-November 1955
  72 Local Industrial Union #1475, United Sugar Workers, Montegut, Louisiana, Sep-45
  73 Local Industrial Union #1475, United Railroad Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 1945, July 1947
  74 Local Industrial Union #1476, United Railroad Workers, Altoona, Pennsylvania, November 1945, June 1947
  75 Local Industrial Union #1477, United Foremen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1945, March 1947
  76 Local Industrial Union #1478, United Nut Processing Workers, Dallas, Texas, November 1945, December 1946
  77 Local Industrial Union #1479, United Railroad Workers, Long Island City, New York, Dec-45
  78 Local Industrial Union #1480, United Railroad Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, December 1945-1946
  79 Local Industrial Union #1481, United Plastic Applicators, Designers, and Fabricators, Fox Island, Washington, December 1945, February 1947
  80 Local Industrial Union #1482, United Railroad Workers, York, Pennslyvania, December 1945, April 1947
  81 Local Industrial Union #1483, United Railroad Workers, East St. Louis, Missouri, December 1945, May 1947
  82 Local Industrial Union #1484, Unitred Railroad Workers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, December 1946, May 1947
  83 Local Industrial Union #1485, United Railroad Workers, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 1946-August 1947
  84 Local Industrial Union #1486, United Glass Workers, Billings, Montana, January 1946-August 1947
  85 Local Industrial Union #1487, United Railroad Workers, Scully, Pennsylvania, January 1946, June 1947
  86 Local Industrial Union #1488, United Railroad Workers, Dennison, Ohio, January 1946, June 1947
  87 Local Industrial Union #1489, United Clerical Employees, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, January 1946, November 1948
  88 Local Industrial Union #1490, United Railroad Workers, Ashtabula, Ohio, January 1946, June 1947
  89 Local Industrial Union #1491, United Railroad Workers, Illinois Division, Illinois, Jan-46
  90 Local Industrial Union #1492, United Railroad Workers, Missouri Division, Missouri, Janaury 1946
  91 Local Industrial Union #1493, Leather Workers LIU, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Aug-41
  92 Local Industrial Union #1493, United Railroad Workers, Eastern Division, Kansas, Jan-46
  93 Local Industrial Union #1494, United Railroads Workers, Southern Kansas Division, Kansas, Jan-46
  94 Local Industrial Union #1495, United Railroads Workers, Oklahoma Division, Oklahoma, Jan-46
  95 Local Industrial Union #1496, United Railroad Workers, Middle Division, Kansas, January-February 1946
  96 Local Industrial Union #1497, United Railroad Workers, Plains Division, Oklahoma-Texas, Jan-46
  97 Local Industrial Union #1498, United Railroad Workers, Slaton Division, Texas, Jan-46
  98 Local Industrial Union #1499, United Railroad Workers, New Mexico, Jan-46
  99 Local Industrial Union #1500, United Railroad Workers, Albuquerque Division, Arizona-New Mexico, Jan-46
  100 Local Industrial Union #1501, United Railroad Workers, Arizona Division, California-Arizona, Jan-46
Box Folder
71 1 Local Industrial Union #1501, United Bartenders Union, Ely, Nevada, October 1941, January 1942
  2 Local Industrial Union #1502, United Railroad Workers, Los Angeles Division, California, Jan-46
  3 Local Industrial Union #1503, United Railroad Workers, Northern Division, Oklahoma-Texas, Jan-46
  4 Local Industrial Union #1504, United Railroad Workers, Gulf Division, Gavelston District, Texas, Jan-46
  5 Local Industrial Union #1505, United Railroad Workers, Gulf Division, Beaumont District, Texas, Apr-46
  6 Local Industrial Union #1506, United Railroad Workers, Southern Division, Texas, Apr-46
  7 Local Industrial Union #1507, United Railroad Workers, Kansas City Division, Kansas, Apr-46
  8 Local Industrial Union #1508, United Railroad Workers, Western Division, Kansas, Apr-46
  9 Local Industrial Union #1509, United Railroad Workers, Colorado Division, Colorado, Apr-46
  10 Local Industrial Union #1510, United Railroad Workers, New Mexico Division, New Mexico, Apr-46
  11 Local Industrial Union #1511, United Railroad Workers, Panhandle Division, Kansas-Oklahoma, Apr-46
  12 Local Industrial Union #1512, United Railroad Workers, Valley Division, California, Apr-46
  13 Local Industrial Union #1513, United Railroad Workers, San Francisco Bay Terminal Division, California, Apr-46
  14 Local Industrial Union #1514, United Foremen, McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, April 1946-September 1948
  15 Local Industrial Union #1515, Untied Hotel Service Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, April 1946, March 1954
  16 Local Industrial Union #1516, United Railroad Workers, Toledo, Ohio, January 1946, June 1947
  17 Local Industrial Union #1517, United Railroad Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1946, October 1947
  18 Local Industrial Union #1518, United Railroad Workers, Chicago, Illinois, October-November 1941
  19 Local Industrial Union #1518, United Railroad Workers, Renova, Pennsylvania, February 1946, July 1947
  20 Local Industrial Union #1519, United Furniture Workers, Omaha, Nebraska, February 1946, March 1954
  21 Local Industrial Union #1520, United Railroad Workers, New Smyrna, Florida, February 1946, December 1947
  22 Local Industrial Union #1521, United Railroad Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, February 1946, January 1947
  23 Local Industrial Union #1522, United Railroad Workers, Buffalo, New York, February 1946, May 1947
  24 Local Industrial Union #1523, Dental Technicians LIU, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1941-January 1942
  25 Local Industrial Union #1523, United Railroad Workers, Cresson, Pennsylvania, February 1946, May 1947
  26 Local Industrial Union #1524, United Window Cleaners and Building Service Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb-46
  27 Local Industrial Union #1525, United Construction Workers, South Bend, Indiana, February 1946, December 1955
  28 Local Industrial Union #1526, United Freight Handlers, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 1946, May 1947
  29 Local Industrial Union #1527, United Foremen, Spokane, Washington, March 1946, April 1948
  30 Local Industrial Union #1528, United Railroad Workers, Buffalo, New York, Mar-46
  31 Local Industrial Union #1529 (metal casket workers) Scranton, Pennsylvania, March 1946, December 1953
  32 Local Industrial Union #1530, United Distillery Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March-August 1946
  33 Local Industrial Union #1531, United Railroad Workers, Fort Wayne, Indiana, March-December 1946
  34 Local Industrial Union #1532, United Clay Products Workers, Houston, Texas, March 1946, 1951
  35 Local Industrial Union #1533, United Wood Preserving Workers, Houston, Texas, March 1946, November 1949
  36 Local Industrial Union #1534 (producing and processing sand and gravel) Wyoming, Pennsylvania, March 1946, December 1953
  37 Local Industrial Union #1535, United Leather and Allied Service Workers, Richmond, Virginia, Nov-41
  38 Local Industrial Union #1535, Country Homes LIU, Spokane, Washington, March 1946, November 1948
  39 Local Industrial Union #1536 (auto parts workers) Richmond, Virginia, April-August 1946
  40 Local Industrial Union #1537, United Railroad Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, Apr-46
  41 Local Industrial Union #1538, United Foremen, Richmond, Virginia, Apr-46
  42 Local Industrial Union #1539, United Sugar Workers, Franklin, Louisiana, April 1946, October 1947
  43 Local Industrial Union #1540, United Railroad Workers, Bellevue, Ohio, April 1946, May 1947
  44 Local Industrial Union #1541, United Railroad Workers, Williams Port, Pennsylvania, May-November 1946
  45 Local Industrial Union #1542, United Railroad Workers, Logansport, Indiana, Apr-46
  46 Local Industrial Union #1543, United Brick and Clay Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, April 1946, 1950
  47 Local Industrial Union #1544 (chemical company workers) Cedartown, Georgia, April 1946-February 1947
  48 Local Industrial Union #1545, Poineer Clay Workers, Lovell, Wyoming, April 1946, July 1947
  49 Local Industrial Union #1546, United Foremen, Bridgville, Pennslyvania, April 1946-September 1948
  50 Local Industrial Union #1547, Commercial Law Enforcement Officers, Seattle, Washington, May 1946, January 1947
  51 Local Industrial Union #1548, United Brewery Equipment Workers, Angola, New York, May 1946, November 1953
  52 Local Industrial Union #1549, United Cab Drivers, Syracuse, New York, May-46
  53 Local Industrial Union #1550, United Railroad Workers, Negley, Ohio, May 1946, 1947
  54 Local Industrial Union #1551, United Theater Empire, Spokane, Washington, May-August 1946
  55 Local Industrial Union #1552, Automatic Electric Phonograph Operators, Columbus, Ohio, May 1946, February 1949
  56 Local Industrial Union #1553, United Service Employees, Farimont City, Illinois, May-46
  57 Local Industrial Union #1554, United Store Equipment Workers, Ashland, Kentucky, May-December 1946
  58 Local Industrial Union #1555, United Foremen, Camden, New Jersey, May 1946-June 1949
  59 Local Industrial Union #1556, United Railroad Workers, Erie, Pennsylvania, May 1946, July 1947
  60 Local Industrial Union #1557, Newsvenders LIU, San Diegon California, May 1946, September 1947
  61 Local Industrial Union #1558, United Freight Handlers and Clerks, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1946-September 1947
  62 Local Industrial Union #1559, United Railroad Workers, Conneaut, Ohio, June 1946, 1947
  63 Local Industrial Union #1560, United Construction and Maintenance, Steubenville, Ohio, June 1946-April 1954
  64 Local Industrial Union #1561, United Repairs and Service Workers, Granite City, Illinois, June 1946, September-October 1954
  65 Local Industrial Union #1562, United Freight Handlers and Clerks, Chicago, Illinois, June 1946, July 1947
  66 Local Industrial Union #1563, Coos Bay LIU, North Bend, Oregon, June 1946-September 1947
  67 Local Industrial Union #1564, United Trades, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 1946, February 1955
  68 Local Industrial Union #1565, United Railroad Workers, Knoxville, Tennessee, Jul-46
  69 Local Industrial Union #1566, United Brewery Drivers, Springfield, Ohio, June-December 1946
  70 Local Industrial Union #1567, United Bartenders, Shamokin, Pennsylvania, July 1946, December 1953
  71 Local Industrial Union #1568 (production of crushed stone and highway repair workers) Honesdale, Pennsylvania, July 1946-February 1949
  72 Local Industrial Union #1569 (miscellaneous workers) Washington, Missouri, July-December 1949
  73 Local Industrial Union #1570, United Brick Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, July 1946, February 1949
  74 Local Industrial Union #1571, United Railroad Workers, Continental, Ohio, July 1946-March 1947
  75 Local Industrial Union #1572 (Hardware Workers) Bristol, Pennsylvania, July 1946, December 1947
  76 Local Industrial Union #1573, United Building and Construction, Canton, Ohio, July 1946, February 1952
  77 Local Industrial Union #1574, United Railroad Workers, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 1946-June 1947
  78 Local Industrial Union #1575, United Railroad Workers, Memphis, Tennessee, July 1946-June 1947
  79 Local Industrial Union #1576, Atomic Workers, Los Alamos, New Mexico, August 1946-June 1947
  80 Local Industrial Union #1577, United Railroad Workers, Oakland, California, August 1946-March 1947
  81 Local Industrial Union #1578, United Railroad Workers, New York, New York, August 1946-July 1947
  82 Local Industrial Union #1579, United Railroad Workers, Brockville, Pennsylvania, August 1946-May 1947
  83 Local Industrial Union #1580, United Cafeteria Workers, Duquesne, Pennsylvania, July 1946, May 1951
  84 Local Industrial Union #1581, United Westinghouse Workers, Buffalo, New York, August 1946-January 1947
  85 Local Industrial Union #1582, New Jersey Mutuel Employee Guild, Newark, New Jersey, August-November 1946
  86 Local Industrial Union #1583, United Railroad Workers, Fostoria, Ohio, September 1946, April 1947
  87 Local Industrial Union #1584, Evergreen Packers, Alderton, Washington, September 1946, July 1952
  88 Local Industrial Union #1585, Wyoming Sand and Stone Workers, Pennsylvania, September 1946, December 1953
  89 Local Industrial Union #1586, Fernpickers LIU, Aberdeen, Washington, September 1946-December 1947
  90 Local Industrial Union #1587, United Railroad Workers, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October 1946, July 1947
  91 Local Industrial Union #1588, United Steel Spring Workers, Muncie, Indiana, October 1946, July 1950
  92 Local Industrial Union #1589, United Cemetary Workers, Broughton, Pennsylvania, October 1946, April 1951
  93 Local Industrial Union #1590, United Railroad Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, October 1946, June 1947
  94 Local Industrial Union #1591, United Railroad Workers, Newport, Delaware, October 1946, September 1947
  95 Local Industrial Union #1592, United Foremen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1946, May 1947
  96 Local Industrial Union #1593, United Lead Workers, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, December 1946-January 1947
  97 Local Industrial Union #1594, United Railroad Workers, McGehee, Arkansas, November 1946, August 1947
  98 Local Industrial Union #1595, United Railroad Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, November 1946, June1947
  99 Local Industrial Union #1596, Amalgamated Allied Workers, Dayton, Ohio, November 1946, June 1950
  100 Local Industrial Union #1597, United Railroad Workers, Van Buren, Arkansas, November 1946-1947
Box Folder
72 1 Local Industrial Union #1598, United Clerks and Freight Handlers, East St. Louis, Illinois, November 1946, April 1947
  2 Local Industrial Union #1599, United Taxicab Drdivers and Transport Workers, Scranton, Pennsylvania, November 1946, March 1947
  3 Local Industrial Union #1600, United Phonograph and Allied Machine Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 1946-February 1951
  4 Local Industrial Union #1601, United Paint Workers, New Castle, Pennslyvania, December 1946, October 1950
  5 Local Industrial Union #1602, United Railroad Workers, Owosso, Michigan, January-June 1947
  6 Local Industrial Union #1603, Harris County Newsvenders, Houston, Texas, December 1946, February 1947, October 1954
  7 Local Industrial Union #1604, West Virginia Liquor Commission Employees, Williamson, West Virginia, January-October 1947
  8 Local Industrial Union #1605, United Distillery Workers, Cheswick, Pennsylvania, November 1946-February 1954
  9 Local Industrial Union #1606, United Watchmen and Protective, Chicago, Illinois, January-December 1947
  10 Local Industrial Union #1607, United Feed Mill Workers, Washington, Pennsylvania, January 1947, February 1954
  11 Local Industrial Union #1608, United Furniture Workers, Chicago, Illinois, Oct-37
  12 Local Industrial Union #1608, United Railroad Workers, Wynne, Arkansas, January-June 1947
  13 Local Industrial Union #1609, United Freight Handlers, Kansas City, Missouri, January-June 1947
  14 Local Industrial Union #1610, United Hotel and Restaurant Employees, Omaha, Nebraska, January-September 1947
  15 Local Industrial Union #1611, West Virginia Liquor Store Employees, Welch, West Virginia, Jan-47
  16 Local Industrial Union #1612, United Dairy Workers, South Bend, Indiana, Feb-47
  17 Local Industrial Union #1613, United Cemetary Workers, New Haven, Connecticut, February 1947, April 1954
  18 Local Industrial Union #1614, United Railroad Workers, Akron, Ohio, March-June 1947
  19 Local Industrial Union #1615 (garage mechanics and service station operators) Springfield, Oregon, February 1947-December 1949
  20 Local Industrial Union #1616, United Railroad Workers, Olean, New York, March-May 1947
  21 Local Industrial Union #1617, United Basket Workers, Garretsville, Ohio, March-October 1947
  22 Local Industrial Union #1618, Forwarder Workers, Laredo, Texas, March 1947, June 1948
  23 Local Industrial Union #1619, United Railroad Workers, Torrance, California, March-August 1947
  24 Local Industrial Union #1620, United Cemetary, Landscape, and Maintenance Workers, Hartford, Connecitcut, April 1947, September 1954
  25 Local Industrial Union #1621, United Furniture Employees, Clarksburg, West Virginia, May 1947-September 1948
  26 Local Industrial Union #1622, United Railroad Workers, Sedalia, Missouri, May-June 1947
  27 Local Industrial Union #1623 (retail store workers) Ponca City, Oklahoma, June 1947, September 1948
  28 Local Industrial Union #1624, United Vegetable Oil Workers, Sherman, Texas, June 1947, May 1948
  29 Local Industrial Union #1625, United Boat Workers, Grand River, Ohio, June 1947, November 1950````
  30 Local Industrial Union #1626, United Dry Cleaning and Laundry, Syracuse, New York, June 1947-December 1949
  31 Local Industrial Union #1627, United Railroad Workers, Watts, California, Jul-47
  32 Local Industrial Union #1628, United Flour and Feed Workers, McKinney, Texas, July 1947-January 1949
  33 Local Industrial Union #1629 (milk production workers) Henryetta, Oklahoma, August 1947, September 1948
  34 Local Industrial Union #1630, United Fisherman and Allied Workers, Morgan City, Louisiana, Aug-47
  35 Local Industrial Union #1631, United Restaurant and Store Employees, Park City, Utah, August 1947, 1951
  36 Local Industrial Union #1632, United Tile Board Workers, Kansas City, Missouri, September 1947, October 1953
  37 Local Industrial Union #1633, United Dry Cleaners, Pineville, West Virginia, October 1947, July 1949
  38 Local Industrial Union #1634, United Grain Workers, Meridian, Mississippi, November 1947, April 1952
  39 Local Industrial Union #1635 (office and welding workers) Evansville, Indiana, November 1947, May 1949
  40 Local Industrial Union #1636 (retail workers) Okmulgee, Oklahoma, November 1947, September 1948
  41 Local Industrial Union #1637, United Dry Cleaning Workers, Mullens, West Virginia, December 1947-October 1949`
  42 Local Industrial Union #1638 (mine, mill, warehouse workers) Terrebone, Oregon, February 1948-1949
  43 Local Industrial Union #1639, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Berkley, West Virginia, February 1948, June 1954
  44 Local Industrial Union #1640 (janitors, firemen, clerks, and maintenance employees) Shamokin, Pennsylvania, April 1948-May 1949
  45 Local Industrial Union #1641(Miscellaneous metal workers) Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1948, September 1953
  46 Local Industrial Union #1642, Toledo Amusement Park Workers, Toledo, Ohio, Jun-48
  47 Local Industrial Union #1643, Amalgamated LIU, St. Charles, Missouri, June 1948, March 1951
  48 Local Industrial Union #1644, United Hide and Tallon Workers, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania, July 1948, August 1953
  49 Local Industrial Union #1645, Roosevelt College Office Emplyoees, Chicago, Illinois, July 1948, November 1955
  50 Local Industrial Union #1646, Claremont City Employees, Claremont, New Hampshire, Dec-48
  51 Local Industrial Union #1647 (Miscellaneous workers) Anderson, Indiana, August 1948-November 1954
  52 Local Industrial Union #1648, Amalgamated LIU, South Bend, Indiana, January 194, December 1953
  53 Local Industrial Union #1649, United Hotel and Restaurant Workers, Stamford, Connecticut, January 1949-August 1950
  54 Local Industrial Union #1650, United Hartford City Employees, Hartford, Connecticut, January 1949`
  55 Local Industrial Union #1651, United Hospital Employees, Danville, Pennsylvania, February 1949, August 1954
  56 Local Industrial Union #1652, United Saw and Knife Workers, Millvale, Pennsylvania, February 1949, August 1954
  57 Local Industrial Union #1653, United Building Construction and Maintanence Workers, Akron, Ohio, February 1949, April 1954
  58 Local Industrial Union #1654, Birmingham Slag and Brick, Birmingham, Alabama, March-October 1949
  59 Local Industrial Union #1655, United Window Cleaners, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 1945, January 1951
  60 Local Industrial Union #1656, United Window Washer and Wall Cleaners, Denver, Colorado, April 1949, March 1953
  61 Local Industrial Union #1657, University of Chicago Employees, Chicago, Illinois, April 1949, August 1950
  62 Local Industrial Union #1658, United Dry Cleaners and Laundry Workers, Moundsville, West Virginia, April 1949-June 1950
  63 Local Industrial Union #1659, United Building Maintenance and Service Workers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1949, October 1953
  64 Local Industrial Union #1660, United Sugar Refinery Workers, South Boston, Massachusetts, July 1949, November 1955
  65 Local Industrial Union #1661, West Virginia State Road Employees, Elkins, West Virginia, Jul-49
  66 Local Industrial Union #1662, West Virginia Liquor Store Employees, Thomas, West Virginia, Jul-49
  67 Local Industrial Union #1663, United Office Workers, Charleston, West Virginia, July 1949, August 1954
  68 Local Industrial Union #1664, West Virginia Liquor Store Employees, Martinsburg, West Virginia, Jul-49
  69 Local Industrial Union #1665, United Belmont County Workers, St. Clairsville, Ohio, Jul-49
  70 Local Industrial Union #1666, West Virginia State Road Employees, Franklin, West Virginia, July-August 1949
  71 Local Industrial Union #1667, West Virginia State Raod Employees, Madison, West Virginia, Aug-49
  72 Local Industrial Union #1668, West Virginia State Road Employees, Huntington, West Virginia, Aug-49
  73 Local Industrial Union #1669, West Virginia Liquor Store Employees, Oak Hill, West Virginia, Aug-49
  74 Local Industrial Union #1670, CWA-CIO Office Workers, Wahington, D.C., August 1949, November 1955
  75 Local Industrial Union #1671, West Virginia State Road Employees, Berkeley, West Virginia, Sep-49
  76 Local Industrial Union #1672, West Virginia State Road Employees, Barboursville, West Virginia, Sep-49
  77 Local Industrial Union #1673, West Virginia State Road Employees, Elm Grove, West Virginia, Sep-49
  78 Local Industrial Union #1674, West Virginia Road Employees, Charleston, West Virginia, Sep-49
  79 Local Industrial Union #1675, West Virginia State Liquor Store, Bluefield, West Virginia, Sep-49
  80 Local Industrial Union #1676, Veronica LIU, Veronica, Oregon, October-November 1949
  81 Local Industrial Union #1677, West Virginia State Road Employees, Moundsville, West Virginia, Nov-49
  82 Local Industrial Union #1678, West Virginia Liquor Store Employees, Logan, West Virginia, Nov-49
  83 Local Industrial Union #1679, West Virginia State Road Employees, Logan, West Virginia, Nov-49
  84 Local Industrial Union #1680, United Insurance Agents LIU, Knoxville, Tennessee, Nov-49
  85 Local Industrial Union #1681, West Virginia State Road Employees, Grantsville, West Virginia, Nov-49
  86 Local Industrial Union #1681, Essex County Municipal Workers, Newark, New Jersey, Dec-49
  87 Local Industrial Union #1682, West Virginia Liquor Store Employees, Parkersburg, West VIrginia, Dec-49
  88 Local Industrial Union #1683, Louisville Water Workers, Louisville, Kentucky, Dec-49
  89 Local Industrial Union #1684, United Bartenders and Restaurant Workers, Provo, Utah, February 1950, July 1957
  90 Local Industrial Union #1685, West Virginia Road Employees, Parkersburg, West Virginia, Jan-50
  91 Local Industrial Union #1686, United Clercical Workers, South Bend, Indiana, January 1950, December 1955
  92 Local Industrial Union #1687, United Clerical Workers, Detroit, Michigan, January 1950, May 1955
  93 Local Industrial Union #1688, Springfield Civic Workers, Springfield, Ohio, Jan-50
  94 Local Industrial Union #1689, West Virginia State Road Employees, Ripley, West Virginia, Jan-50
  95 Local Industrial Union #1690, Prison Officers, Trenton, New Jersey, Jan-50
  96 Local Industrial Union #1691, United Theater Workers, Monessen, Pennsylvania, Jan-50
  97 Local Industrial Union #1692, Municipal Workers, Bartelsville, Oklahoma, Jan-50
  98 Local Industrial Union #1693, United Office Employees, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov-55
  99 Local Industrial Union #1694, United Bank Employees, New York, New York, Nov-55
  100 Local Industrial Union #1695, United Clerical Workers, Washington, D.C., January 1950, November 1955
  101 Local Industrial Union #1696, West Virginia State Road Employees, Parkersburg, West Virginia, Feb-50
  102 Local Industrial Union #1697, West Virginia State Road Employees, Elizabeth, West Virginia, Feb-50
  103 Local Industrial Union #1698, West Virginia State Road Employees, Marlinton, West Virginia, January-February 1950
  104 Local Industrial Union #1699, United Office Employees, Portland, Oregon, February 1950, November 1955
  105 Local Industrial Union #1700, United Office Workers, Columbus, Ohio, February 1950, November 1955
  106 Local Industrial Union #1701, Insurance Guild LIU, Seattle, Tacoma, Washington, Feb-50
  107 Local Industrial Union #1702, Hudson County Life Insurance Agents, Jersey City, New Jersey, Feb-50
Box Folder
73 1 Local Industrial Union #1703, Clerical and Technical Workers, Nutley, New Jersey, February 1950-October 1954
  2 Local Industrial Union #1704, Tobacco Stogie Machine Operators and Strippers, Wheeling, West Virginia, February 1950, June 1954
  3 Local Industrial Union #1705, Whitewater, Wisconsin, March 1950, November 1955
  4 Local Industrial Union #1706, Industrial Insurance Employees, New York, New York, Feb-50
  5 Local Industrial Union #1707, Community and Social Agency Employees, New York, New York, March 1950, January 1951
  6 Local Industrial Union #1708, Bergen County Life Insurance Agents, New Jersey, Feb-50
  7 Local Industrial Union #1709, Elsworth Agricultural Workers, Elsworth, Michigan, February-October 1950
  8 Local Industrial Union #1710, Traverse City Agricultural Workers, Elsworth, Michigan, February 1950-June 1951
  9 Local Industrial Union #1711, Amalgamated Tobacco, Food and Allied Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar-50
  10 Local Industrial Union #1712, United Tannery Workers, Gloversville, New York, March 1950, October 1953
  11 Local Industrial Union #1713, United Office and Technical Workers, Edgewater, New Jersey, March 1950, June 1953
  12 Local Industrial Union #1714, United Coffee, Tea, Spice and Allied, Toledo, Ohio, March 1950, 1954
  13 Local Industrial Union #1715, Office and Professional Branch, Denver, Colorado, March 1950, October 1953
  14 Local Industrial Union #1716, Insurance Guild LIU, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mar-50
  15 Local Industrial Union #1717, United Insurance Employees, Boston, Massachusetts, Mar-50
  16 Local Industrial Union #1718, Memorial Park Workers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1950, October 1953
  17 Local Industrial Union #1719, United Office and Clerical Workers, Flint, Michigan, March 1950, November 1955
  18 Local Industrial Union #1720, Central Jersey Insurance Employees, Trenton, New Jersey, March-May 1950
  19 Local Industrial Union #1721, Insurance Guild, Camden, New Jersey, Mar-50
  20 Local Industrial Union #1722, United Insurance Employees, Detroit, Michigan, March-May 1950
  21 Local Industrial Union #1723, Insurance Agents, Columbus, Ohio, March-May 1950
  22 Local Industrial Union #1724, Insurance Agents, Akron and Canton, Ohio, March-May 1950
  23 Local Industrial Union #1725, Delaware County Life Insurance Agency, Chester, Pennsylvania, Mar-50
  24 Local Industrial Union #1726, Engineering, Technical and Clerical, Long Island City, New York, March 1950, October 1953
  25 Local Industrial Union #1727, United Office Workers, Akron, Ohio, March 1950, November 1955
  26 Local Industrial Union #1728, United Office Employees, Sioux City, Iowa, April 1950, August 1951
  27 Local Industrial Union #1729, Office Workers, Los Angeles, California, April 1950, Novmeber 1955
  28 Local Industrial Union #1730, Social Agencies Employees, Cleveland, Ohio, April 1950, September 1953
  29 Local Industrial Union #1731, United Office and Clerical Workers, Toledo, Ohio, April 1950, October 1951
  30 Local Industrial Union #1732, Petoskey Woodworkers, Petoskey, MIchigan, April 1950, March 1951
  31 Local Industrial Union #1733, Community and Social Agency, Oakland, California, May 1950, December 1955
  32 Local Industrial Union #1734, Agricultural Workers, Saginaw, Michigan, May-October 1950
  33 Local Industrial Union #1735, United Office and Clerical Workers, New York, New York, May 1950, April 1954
  34 Local Industrial Union #1736, Federation Engineers, Chemists and Technicians, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1950, December 1955
  35 Local Industrial Union #1737, United Sawmill and Timber Workers, Dailey, West Virginia, May 1950, June 1954
  36 Local Industrial Union #1738, United Office Employees, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1950, November 1955
  37 Local Industrial Union #1739, Community and Social Agency Employees, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1950, February 1952
  38 Local Industrial Union #1740, Employees of Berwick Hotel LIU, Berwick, Pennsylvania, June 1950, October 1953
  39 Local Industrial Union #1741, Radio Announcers and Technicians, Pottsville, Pennsylvania, June 1950, September 1952
  40 Local Industrial Union #1742, United Lumbermill Workers, Winnfield, Lousiana, June 1950, December 1953
  41 Local Industrial Union #1743, Wilkes-Barre Radio Employees, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, June 1950, April 1952
  42 Local Industrial Union #1744, United Silver and Cosmetic Workers, Newark, New Jersey, July 1950, April 1951
  43 Local Industrial Union #1745, United Radiator Workers, Paducah, Kentucky, July 1950, August 1954
  44 Local Industrial Union #1746, United Clerical Workers, Washington, D. C., July 1950, November 1955
  45 Local Industrial Union #1747, Columbia River Cannery and Allied Workers, Astoria Oregon, July 1950, March 1954
  46 Local Industrial Union #1748 (maintenance, production, and service employees) Indianapolis, Indiana, August 1950, October 1955
  47 Local Industrial Union #1749 (machine shop and foundry workers) Whitewater, Wisconsin, August 1950, February 1952
  48 Local Industrial Union #1750, United Leather Workers, Peabody, Massachusetts, August 1950, April 1953
  49 Local Industrial Union #1751(production workers) Detroit, Michigan, August 1950, December 1953
  50 Local Industrial Union #1752, Consolidated Service Car Company (Delmond Garst Conflict), January-July 1952
  51 Local Industrial Union #1752, Consolidated Service Car Company (Delmond Garst Conflict), August-November 1952
  52 Local Industrial Union #1752, Consolidated Service Car Company, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1950, November 1955
  53 Local Industrial Union #1753, United Ladies Sportswear, Phoenix, Arizona, September 1950, June 1953
  54 Local Industrial Union #1754, Grays Harbor Cannery Workers, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Washington, September 1950, March 1954
  55 Local Industrial Union #1755 (building bricks workers) Washington, Pennsylvania, October 1950, December 1953
  56 Local Industrial Union #1756, Bellingham Cannery Workers, Bellingham, Washington, October 1950, March 1954
  57 Local Industrial Union #1757, Financial Employees, Cleveland, Ohio, October 1950, 1955
  58 Local Industrial Union #1758, United Food Workers, Orlando, Florida, December 1950, January 1952
  59 Local Industrial Union #1759 (machine parts workers) Dingston, Pennsylvania, November 1950, September 1953
  61 Local Industrial Union #1760, Social Agency Employees, St. Louis, Missouri, March 1951, April 1954
  62 Local Industrial Union #1761, United Bakery Workers, Muncie, Indiana, December 1950, November 1952
  63 Local Industrial Union #1762, United Radio Workers, Altoona, Pennsylvania, Nov-50
  64 Local Industrial Union #1763, Building Service Employees, Jersey City, New Jersey, November 1950, October 1952
  65 Local Industrial Union #1764, United Automatic Fire Alarm Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, December 1950, October 1954
  66 Local Industrial Union #1765, LaConner Cannery Workers, LaConner, Washington, December 1950, May 1953
  67 Local Industrial Union #1766, Tillamook Bay Fisherman, Tillamook, Oregon, Dec-50
  68 Local Industrial Union #1767, Orcas Island Cannery Workers, Orcas, Washington, December 1950, April 1954
  69 Local Industrial Union #1768, United Creosote Workers, Winnfield, Louisiana, January 1951, December 1953
  70 Local Industrial Union #1769, United Cooperative Retail, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, January 1951, November 1955
  71 Local Industrial Union #1770, Warehousemen and Drivers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1951, July 1953
  72 Local Industrial Union #1771, Warehousemen and Drivers, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 1951, November 1955
  73 Local Industrial Union #1772, United Office and Clerical Workers, Long Island, New York, May 1951, November 1955
  74 Local Industrial Union #1773, United Drop Forge Workers, Buffalo, New York, May-June 1951, June 1953
  75 Local Industrial Union #1774, United Agricultural Products Workers, Phoenix, Arizona, June 1951, March 1953
  76 Local Industrial Union #1775, United Woodworking Employees, Morgantown, West Virginia, July 1951, 1953
  77 Local Industrial Union #1776, United Beer, Wine and Spirits Retailers, Los Angeles, California, August 1951, May 1952
  78 Local Industrial Union #1777, Duluth Fur Workers, Duluth, Minnesota, September 1951, November 1955
  79 Local Industrial Union #1778 (producers of vaults, operation of hearses, cemetary services) Detroit, Michigan, October 1950, 1954
  80 Local Industrial Union #1779, United Office Workers, Richmond, Virginia, November 1951, December 1955
  81 Local Industrial Union #1780, United Tobacco Workers, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, January, December 1952
  82 Local Industrial Union #1781, United Bakery and Confectionary Workers, Berlin, Pennsylvania, January 1952, February 1954
  83 Local Industrial Union #1782, Office Employees, Grand Rapids, Michigan, July 1953, October 1955
  84 Local Industrial Union #1783, United Ladies Apparel, Evansville, Indiana, Mar-52
  85 Local Industrial Union #1784, United Lockheed Aircraft Workers, Marietta, Georgia, March-October 1952
  86 Local Industrial Union #1785, Associated Auto Salesmen, Akron, Ohio, March 1952, October 1955
  87 Local Industrial Union #1786, United Office and Professional Workers, Edgewater, New Jersey, March 1952, January 1953
  88 Local Industrial Union #1787, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers, Someville, Massachusetts, March 1952, August 1953
  89 Local Industrial Union #1788, C. W. A. Office Employees, Dallas, Texas, March 1952, October 1955
  90 Local Industrial Union #1789 (manufacturers of desks) Jasper, Indiana, May 1952-June 1953
  91 Local Industrial Union #1790, United Warehouse Workers, Tulsa, Oklahoma, March-April 1952, January 1954
  92 Local Industrial Union #1791, United Civic Employees, Racine, Wisconsin, March-April 1952, February 1954
  93 Local Industrial Union #1792, Associated Muckers Miners and Semltermen Workers, Kellogg, Idaho, April 1952, November 1954
  94 Local Industrial Union #1793, United Book Publishing Employees, New York, New York, April-September 1952, November 1955
  95 Local Industrial Union #1794, United Office and Clerical Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, June 1952, November 1955
Box Folder
74 1 Local Industrial Union #1795, United Register Workers, Bellefontain, Ohio, July 1952, 1953
  2 Local Industrial Union #1796 (production of alloys) Parkersburg, West Virginia, July 1952, September 1953
  3 Local Industrial Union #1797, United Technical Workers, Newark, New Jersey, Augsut 1952, 1954
  4 Local Industrial Union #1798, United Feed Workers, Heuvelton, New York, Augsut 1952, June 1954
  5 Local Industrial Union #1799, United Processing Workers, Garfield, Washington, September 1952, March 1954
  6 Local Industrial Union #1800, United Brewery Distributors, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 1948, May-June 1951
  7 Local Industrial Union #1801, United Groceries Workers, Akron, Ohio, September-October 1952, October 1953
  8 Local Industrial Union #1802, United Cigar Workers, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 1952, June 1953
  9 Local Industrial Union #1803, United Cigar Workers, Trenton, New Jersey, October 1952, June 1953
  10 Local Industrial Union #1804, United Nursing Workers, Norwood, Pennsylvania, December 1952, January, December 1953
  11 Local Industrial Union #1805, Amalgamated Office Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, January 1953, December 1955
  12 Local Industrial Union #1806, United Clerical Workers, Waterbury, Connecticut, February 1953, November 1955
  13 Local Industrial Union #1807, United Bakery Workers, Seattle, Washington, February 1953, June 1955
  14 Local Industrial Union #1808, United Dairy Workers, Lincoln, Nebraska, February 1953, November 1955
  15 Local Industrial Union #1809, United Construction and Maintenance Workers, Summerhill, Pennsylvania, Mar-53
  16 Local Industrial Union #1810, United Dry Cleaning and Laundry Workers, Syracuse, New York, March, December 1953
  17 Local Industrial Union #1811, United Bay Area Office Workers, San Francisco, California, March 1953, October 1955
  18 Local Industrial Union #1812, Virgin Island Labor Union, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, USA, March 1953, October-November 1955
  19 Local Industrial Union #1813, The Federation of Shorthand Workers, New York, New York, April 1953, January 1954
  20 Local Industrial Union #1814, CIO Sabine Area LIU, Port Arthur, Texas, November 1953, August 1955
  21 Local Industrial Union #1815, United Specialty Workers, Camden, New Jersey, May 1953, September 1954
  22 Local Industrial Union #1816, Hearn Employees Union, New York, New York, December 1953, August 1954
  23 Local Industrial Union #1817, United Leather Workers, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, January 1954, June 1955
  24 Local Industrial Union #1818, United Ribbon Workers, New York, New York, February 1954, October 1955
  25 Local Industrial Union #1819, United Electical Products Workers, Miami, Florida, February 1954, November 1955
  26 Local Industrial Union #1820, United Office Employees, Corwells Heights, Pennsylvania, May-55
  27 Local Industrial Union #1821, Alaska Fisherman's LIU, Seattle, Washington, Sep-55
  28 Local Industrial Union #3803, Iron Ore Workers, Bessemer, Alabama, March-May 1949
  29 Local Industrial Union #3804, Iron Ore Workers, Powerderly, Alabama, March-May, 1949
  30 Local Industrial Union #3805, Iron Ore Workers, Bessemer, Alabama, March-May 1949
  31 Local Industrial Union #3806, Iron Ore Workers, Bessemer, Alabama, March-May, 1949
  32 Local Industrial Union #3807, Iron Ore Workers, Bessermer, Alabama, March-May 1949
  33 Local Industrial Union #18287, United Scissor Workers, Fort Smith, Arkansas, January 1939-August 1940
  34 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, March-April 1953
  35 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, May 11-12, 1953
  36 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, 13-May-53
  37 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, 18-May-53
  38 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, 19-May-53
  39 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, May 20-23, 1953
  40 Local Industrial Unions, Claims from National Unions, May 25-June 3,1953
Subseries 4.2: Rejected Applications, 1937-1950 (2 boxes)
 
Box Folder
75 1 Application #6, Newspaper Dealers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 1937-February 1938
  2 Application #9, United Theatrical and Motion Pictures Workers, New York, New York, April-September 1937
  3 Application #10, United Building Traders Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland, April 1937-August 1939
  4 Application #15, United Laundry Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April-August 1937
  5 Application #25, Theatrical Business Representatives Guild, New York, New York, March-August 1937
  6 Application #27, American Musicians Union of North America, Chicago, Ill, May-December 1937
  7 Application #37, Theatrical and Motion Picture Workers, Providence, Rhode Island, May-December 1937
  8 Application #38, Independent Order of Hoisting and Portable Engineers, Baltimore, Maryland, May-37
  9 Application #53, Coal Trimmers Association, Bronx, New York, New York, May-August 1937
  10 Application #55, Seattle Culinery Association, Seattle, Washington, May-37
  11 Application #78, Theatrical and Moving Pictures, Elizabeth, New Jersey, May 1937-March 1941
  12 Application #96, General Construction Workers, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, May 1937-April 1939
  13 Application #102, Cosmopolitan Industrial Workers Union, Seattle, Washington, May 1937-October 1939
  14 Application #106, Coat, Apron and Linen Supply Workers, New York, New York, May-July 1937
  15 Application #127, Theatrical Workers Union, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May-July 1937
  16 Application #161, Twin Cities Builders Union, Nevada City, California, May-37
  17 Application #164, Triboro Laundry Workers, New York, New York, May-July 1937
  18 Application #171, Central Industrial and Ordinary Insurance Union of American Agents, New York, New York, May-July 1937
  19 Application #175, Allied Building Crafts, Incorporated, Los Angeles, California, May-June 1937, October 1939
  20 Application #179, Construction and General Labor, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, June-October 1937, September 1939
  21 Application #187, International United Electrical Workers, Detroit, Michigan, July-August 1937
  22 Application #217, Interior and Exterior Building Cleaners Union, Detroit, Michigan, May-July 1937
  23 Application #234, Lumber Workers Union, Chicago, Illinois, June 1937-April 1938
  24 Application #244, United Wage Earners of America, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June-August 1937
  25 Application #247, Consolidated Building Trades of Jefferson County, Birmingham, Alabama, June-November 1937
  26 Application #263, United Transportation Drivers, Chauffers and Helpers, Highland, Michigan, June 1937-1940
  27 Application #282, Moving Picture and Theater Workers, Gary, Indiana, June 1937-1941
  28 Application #294, Confectionary Workers Union of Greater New York, New York, New York, June-September 1937
  29 Application #318, Dairy Workers and Allied Workers, New York, New York, August 1937-February 1942
  30 Application #329, United Truckers and Loaders, Newark, New Jersey, Jun-37
  31 Application #331, Steel Laying Crew, New York City Railroad, Fontanet, Indiana, Jun-37
  32 Application #353, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffers, and Helpers, Goose Creek, Texas, June-July 1937
  33 Application #354, Meat Packers and Butchers, Akron, Ohio, June-July 1937
  34 Application #359, Painters, Paperhangers, Decorators, Uniontown, Pennsylvania, June-October 1937
  35 Application #378, Spring Makers of North America, Brooklyn, New York, June-August 1937
  36 Application #404, Workers Association of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois, June-August 1937
  37 Application #419, Michigan Truck Owners Association, Detroit, Michigan, June 1937-March 1938
  38 Application #426, United Theatrical Employees, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 1937-January 1939
  39 Application #430, United Studio and Theatrical Workers of America, Los Angeles, California, June-October 1937
  40 Application #460, Meat Distributors Union, Los Angeles, California, June 1937-August 1937
  41 Application #462, Service Station Attendants Union, San Pedro, California, June-September 1937
  42 Application #481, Working Man's Union of the World, Fort Smith, Indiana, June-July 1937
  43 Application #497, Building Employees Industrial Union of Brooklyn and Queens, Brooklyn, New York, June-July 1937
  44 Application #499, American Musicians of North America, Danville, Illinois, June-August 1937
  45 Application #531, United Bakery Workers, Elmhurst, Long Island, New York, New York, July-August 1937
  46 Application #548, Polish American Musicians Union, Chicago, Illinois, Apr-40
  47 Application #586, Michigan Shoe Rebuilders Association, Detroit, Michigan, June-August 1937
  48 Application #673, Labor and Hod Carriers, O'Fallon, Illinois, July-September 1937
  49 Application #689, Tile Setters, Marble and Terrazzo Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, Sep-37
  50 Application #702, Yiddish Actors Union of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, July 1937-August 1938
  51 Application #713, San Pedro and Wilmington Newsboys Union, San Pedro, California, June-September 1937
  52 Application #717, Cafeteria and Restaurant Workers, Washington, D. C., July-September 1937
  53 Application #742, Truck Drivers Organization, West Terra Haute, Indiana, Aug-37
  54 Application #745, Pittsburgh Gas Station Attendants Union, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July-September 1937
  55 Application #783, United Service Station and Garage Employees, Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, August-October 1937
  56 Application #811, United Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers, Champaign, Illinois, Sep-37
  57 Application #821, International Longshoremen and Warehousemen, Richmond, VIrginia, September 1937-March 1938
  58 Application #914, Domestic Workers of Mullens, West Virginia, Ocotber 1937
  59 Application #917, Summit County Chiropractor's LIU, Akron, Ohio, Oct-37
  60 Application #970, General Trucking Workers, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, November-December 1937
  61 Application #990, Coal Trimmers, Providence, Rhode Island, November 1937-January 1938
  62 Application #1028, Brewery Workers Association of the Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu, Hawaii, January-February 1938
  63 Application #1032, United Apartment House and Building Service Unions, Jersey City, New Jersey, January-March 1938
  64 Application #1090, Bar, Hotel, Restaurant Workers, Blue Island, Illinois, March-June 1938
  65 Application #1156, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, Middlesboro, Kentucky, Aug-38
  66 Application #1195, United Musicians and Entertainers Union, Buffalo, New York, Ocotber 1938-January 1939
  67 Application #1267, Moving Pictures Operators Unions, San Antonio, Texas, June 1939-February 1940
  68 Application #1283, Duluth Industrial Construction Workers, Duluth, Minnesota, August-November 1939
  69 Application #1324, Industrial Truck Owners Association, Detroit, Michigan, December 1939-February 1940
  70 Application #1391, United Electrotype and Stereotype, Louisville, Kentucky, September-December 1940
  71 Application #1422, United Restaurant Workers, Birmingham, Alabama, Feb-41
  72 Application #1436, Commercial and Home Service Workers, Des Moines, Iowa, March-May 1941
  73 Application #1450, College Service Workers, Oberlin, Ohio, May-41
  74 Application #1453, United Retail Employees, Washington, D. C., March-May 1941
  75 Application #1454, United Abrasive Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May-41
  76 Application #1459, Spokane Industrial Union, Spokane, Washington, May-41
  77 Application #1465, United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana, Jun-41
  78 Application #1466, W. P. A. Local (sewing project), Cleveland, Ohio, July 1938, June 1941
  79 Application #1467, W. P. A. Local of Henry County, Napoleon, Ohio, June 1938-1941
  80 Application #1468, Fulton County Industrial Union, Delta, Ohio, July 1938, June 1941
  81 Application #1470, Semo Shirt Workers, Kennett, Missouri, Jun-41
  82 Application #1473, Cleaners, Dyers, Hatters and Miscellaneous Workers, San Diego, California, June-September 1941
  83 Application #1475, Tent and Awning LIU, Springfield, Illinois, Jun-41
  84 Application #1478, Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee, Fort Smith, Arkansas, Jun-41
Box Folder
76 1 Application #1480, United Flooring Workers, Grayling, Michigan, Jul-41
  2 Application #1483, United Office and Professional Workers, New Castle, Indiana, Aug-41
  3 Application #1494, Barbers and Beauty Culturists, Evansville, Indiana, Sep-41
  4 Application #1495, Camden Iron and Metal Workers, Camden, New Jersey, Sep-41
  5 Application #1496, United Salvage and Processing Workers, Mobile, Alabama, Sep-41
  6 Application #1497, United Railroad Workers, Newark, New Jersey, Jan-42
  7 Application #1498, State Highway Workers, Petosky, Michigan, Sep-41
  8 Application #1500, United Railroad Workers, Toledo, Ohio, Dec-41
  9 Application #1508, United Railroad Workers, Cleveland, Ohio, Nov-41
  10 Application #1509, Besser Concrete Workers, Alpena, Michigan, Oct-41
  11 Application #1516, United Punchboard Workers, Baltimore, Maryland, Oct-41
  12 Application #1531, East Jordan Iron Works Employees, East Jordan, Michigan, Nov-41
  13 Application #1537, Transport Workers Union of America, Middlesboro, Kentucky, Dec-41
  14 Application #1539, United Railroad Workers, Flat Rock, Michigan, Dec-41
  15 Application #1559, United Utility Workers, Cape Girardean, Missouri, Jun-42
  16 Application #1782, Burlington LIU, Burlington, Virginia, June-September 1945
  17 Application #1789, Filling Station and Maintenance, Indianapolis, Indiana, February 1945-March 1946
  18 Application #1820, United Cutlery Workers, Springville, New York, Jun-45
  19 Application #1833, CIO Office Staff, Washington, D. C., February-July 1947
  20 Application #1922, Chemical and Fertilizer Workers, Hagerstown, Maryland, Apr-46
  21 Application