The Catholic University of America

Francis J. Haas

An inventory of The Francis J. Haas Papers 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: Francis J. Haas, 1889-1953
Title: The Francis J. Haas Papers
Dates: 1904-1953
Extent: 65.5 linear feet; 131 boxes
Abstract: The materials in the Francis J. Haas Papers span Haas's life. The collection includes materials from his family, his time as a seminary student in the early 1900s, and his role as an educator and cleric from the 1920s until his death in 1953.
Collection Number: ACUA 009
Language: English

Biographical Note

Francis Joseph Haas devoted his life to the Catholic Church and the welfare of workers. Born in Racine, Wisconsin on March 18, 1889, he entered St. Francis Seminary in 1904. Ordained as a priest in 1913, Haas was assigned to Holy Rosary Parish in Milwaukee. In 1919 he left Milwaukee and pursued graduate studies at The Catholic University of America. Haas received his Ph.D. from CUA in 1922. For the next ten years (1922-1931) Haas was assigned to St Francis Seminary and taught at both St. Francis and Marquette University. He moved back to Washington, DC, in 1931 when he was appointed director of the National Catholic School of Social Service. Haas briefly returned to Wisconsin as the Rector of St. Francis Seminary in 1935. Two years later, in 1937, CUA appointed Haas the Dean of the School of Social Science. He continued as the Dean of the School of Social Science until elevated to the Episcopacy of the Diocese of Grand Rapids in 1943. Haas remained the Bishop of Grand Rapids until he died in 1953.

From the beginning of his clerical career Haas promoted social justice and worker rights as a public servant. His government service began in the early 1920s when he mediated a wage dispute in the newspaper industry in Milwaukee. Between 1933 and 1937 Haas became a national figure when he was appointed to number of positions in New Deal agencies, including the National Recovery Administration, the National Labor Board, the first National Labor Relations Board, and the Works Progress Administration. As a mediator he helped settle some of the most important labor conflicts in the country, such as the Minneapolis Teamsters strike in 1934. Wisconsin Governor Philip LaFollette Jr. appointed Haas as an original member of the Wisconsin Labor Relations Board in 1937. Throughout the latter half of the 1930s and the first half of the 1940s Haas worked regularly as a labor arbitrator throughout the country. The National War Labor Board, National Mediation Board, and the US Department of Labor, Mediation and Conciliation Services Department all routinely utilized Haas's keen labor arbitration skills to settle labor disputes. He worked diligently while on the National Resources Planning Board's Committee for Long Range Planning in 1940-1941 and represented the federal government as an observer at the International Labor Organization meetings in Philadelphia (1939) and Havana, Cuba (1944).

Haas also participated in a number of government committees that investigated Civil Rights issues. In 1943 President Roosevelt named Haas as the chairmen of the Fair Employment Practices (FEPC) and in 1947 President Truman appointed him as a member of the President's Committee on Civil Rights.

Although best known as a public servant, Haas was also a noted scholar. His dissertation investigated wages, hours, and working conditions in the men's clothing industry. It was published as Shop Floor Collective Bargaining: A Study of Wage Determination in the Men's Garment Industry in 1922. He published articles, commentaries, reviews, and pamphlets, many on the labor movement and social justice, throughout his life. His major work, Man and Society, was a well regarded sociological text published in 1930 (updated and reprinted in 1952). Haas also published the Vatican approved English translations of Rerum Novarum (1891) and Quadregisimo Anno (1931), the two major papal encyclicals that guided his activism and encouraged other priests and Catholics to be active in labor and social justice issues.

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Scope and Contents

The materials in the Francis J. Haas Collection span Haas's life. The collection includes materials from his family, his time as a seminary student in the early 1900s, and his role as an educator and cleric from the 1920s until his death in 1953. The materials focus most heavily, however, on his role as a public servant in New Deal agencies and as a labor arbitrator in the 1930s and 1940s. Documents related to his role as an administrator at CUA and his ten years as Bishop in Grand Rapids between 1943 and 1953 are scant. The collection includes correspondence, clippings, official organizational reports, press releases, personal meeting notes, lecture notes, sermons, speeches, meeting minutes, photos, research notes, and publication materials. The Collection is divided into four Series: (1) Personal Series, (2) Professional Series, (3) Government Series, and (4) Audio/Visual Series.

Series 1 (Personal) is comprised of materials from Haas's family and his education at St. Francis Seminary and The Catholic University of America. The materials related to his family are primarily correspondence and financial records. The educational materials include lecture notes and written work from when he was a student at St. Francis Seminary. Researchers will also find notes and drafts from his dissertation, appointment books, violin sheet music, and scrapbooks that document Haas's life in this series.

Series 2 (Professional) is comprised of materials related to Haas's professional clerical and academic positions. It is divided into two subseries, the Correspondence Subseries (2.1) and Research and Religious Activities Subseries (2.2). The Correspondence Subseries includes correspondence primarily with other clerics and organizations. Some of the clerical letters mix professional and personal matters. The correspondence also includes materials related to Haas's extensive speaking schedule and his publications. The Research and Religious Activities Subseries includes extensive runs of speeches and sermons given by Haas. It also includes research materials and drafts of Man and Society and the papal encyclical translations. A small amount of material documents his role as an administrator and educator at CUA.

Series 3 (Government) is easily the largest in the collection. The series documents Haas's activities in government agencies and as an arbitrator and committee member. It includes a wide array of correspondence, internal memos, contracts, clippings, press releases, reference materials, meeting notes and minutes, and internal and published reports. The series is divided in eight subseries; Wisconsin Labor Relations (3.1), National Recovery Administration (3.2), Works Progress Administration (3.3), Arbitration and Committee Files (3.4), International Labor Organization (3.5), National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief (3.6), Fair Employment Committee Practices Committee (3.7), President's Committee on Civil Rights (3.8), and Oversized and Original Items (3.9).

The materials in the Wisconsin Labor Relations Subseries (Subseries 3.1) relate to Haas's public service work for the state of Wisconsin. It documents a 1924 Milwaukee newspaper industry arbitration effort and Haas's tenure on the Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (1937-1939). The National Recovery Act Subseries (Subseries 3.2) documents Haas's work in the NRA (1933-1936), including his positions on the National Labor Board and the first National Labor Relations Board. Materials related to his role as an arbitrator in the Minneapolis Teamsters strike, for example, are in this subseries. Subseries 3.3, the Works Progress Administration Subseries, is comprised of documents related to Haas's position on the Labor Advisory Board of the WPA. The Arbitration and Committee Files Subseries (3.4) materials are related to Haas's efforts in individual arbitration cases and on industry wage and hour committees throughout the country and in Puerto Rico. This subseries includes his personal files on many arbitration cases, including the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration. His work on wage and industry committees, like the Boot and Shoe Industry, are also in this subseries. The records in Subseries 3.5, the International Labor Organization Subseries, document Haas's presence as a federal government observer at ILO meetings in Havana, Cuba, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1939 and 1944. The National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief Subseries (Subseries 3.6) documents Haas's tenure on the Committee and his participation in writing and editing its report. Subseries 3.7, the Fair Employment Committee Practices Committee, documents Haas's short tenure as the director of the FEPC. Haas's work on the President's Committee on Civil Rights is found in Subseries 3.8. Finally, the Oversized and Original Items Subseries (3.9) contains originals of materials removed from the collection and oversized items.

The fourth and final Series, the Audio/Visual Series, contains photos that span Haas's life and an audio copy of an Easter sermon (1947) that Haas delivered and was broadcast over the radio. The sermon has been transferred to CD and is available for researchers.

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Arrangement

The Francis J. Haas Papers consists of four series:





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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Donated in seven installments between 1954 and 1995. The Right Reverends Anthony Arszulowicz and Charles Poppell sent the core of the collection from St. Andrews Cathedral, Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1954 and 1957. The School of Social Science and the Mullen Library on the campus at The Catholic University of America added materials to the collection in 1959 and 1960. Haas biographer Reverend Thomas Blantz donated materials in 1987 and 1992. Finally, Haas's niece, Dorothy Haas, added materials in 1995.

Processing Information

Processing completed in March 2001 by Joseph Turrini. EAD markup completed in April 2006 by Cathey Dugan and Jordan Patty. EAD revisions in 2013 by Michael J. Dobbs.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

National Catholic Welfare Conference

National Catholic School of Social Service

Catholic University of America School of Social Science

Other Repositories Include:

Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan - Office of the President Collection

Archives of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids Michigan

Harry S. Truman Presidential Library, Independence, Missouri - President's Committee on Civil Rights

National Archives, Washington, DC:

-Records of the Fair Employment Practices Committee (Record Group 228);

-Records of the National Labor Relations Board (Record Group 25);

-Records of the National Mediation Board (Record Group 13);

-Records of the National Recovery Administration (Records Group 9);

-Records of the National Resources Panning Board (Record Group 187);

-Records of the Works Progress Administration (Record Group 69)

State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin - Wisconsin Labor Relations Board

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Index Terms

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


Persons:
Haas, Francis J. (Francis Joseph), 1889-1953
Stritch, Samuel Alphonsus, 1887-1958

Organizations:
Boot and Shoe Industry Committee
Catholic Church. Pope (1878-1903 : Leo XIII). Rerum novarum
Catholic Church. Pope (1922-1939 : Pius XI). Quadragesimo anno
Church Peace Union
Fair Employment Practices Committee
International Labour Organisation
Leather Industry Committee
National Catholic School of Social Service (U.S.)
National Labor Board (U.S.)
National Labor Relations Board (U.S.)
National Recovery Administration (U.S.)
President's Commission on Civil Rights (U.S.)
Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee
St. Francis Seminary
Typographical Union No. 23 (Milwaukee, Wis.)
United Auto Workers Local 248 (Milwaukee, Wis.)
United States. National Resources Planning Board Committee on Long-range Planning
United States. Works Progress Administration
Wisconsin Labor Relations Board

Subjects:
African American railroad employees
Arbitration, Industrial
Railroad companies
Strikes and lockouts Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company
Strikes and lockouts Minnesota
United States. Works Progress Administration


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Bibliography

Books Listed in Chronological Order:

Shop Collective Bargaining: A Study of Wage Determination in the Men's Garment Industry. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1922.

Man and Society. New York: Century, 1930 (revised edition, Appleton-Century-Croft, 1952).

Pamphlets Listed in Chronological Order:

American Agriculture and International Affairs. Washington: Catholic Association for International Peace, 1930.

Rights and Wrongs in Industry. New York: Paulist Press, 1933.

The American Labor Movement. New York: Paulist Press, 1937.

The Wages and Hours of American Labor. Huntington, Indiana: Our Sunday Visitor Press, 1937.

The Why and Wither of Labor Unions. Huntington, Indiana: Our Sunday Visitor Press, 1939.

Jobs, Prices, and Unions. New York: Paulist Press, 1941.

The Catholic School and Citizenship. St. Louis: Central Bureau Press, 1945.

Catholics, Race, and Law. New York: Paulist Press, 1947.

Seven Pillars of Industrial Order. Washington: Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1952.

Articles Listed in Chronological Order:

A Steady Job,"" Catholic Charities Review 8 (January 1924): 13-17

Freedom of Contract and Legislation,"" The Salesianum 19 (July 1924): 40-47.

Setting Minimum Wages According to Minimum Quantity Standards,"" The Salesianum 21 (January 1926): 27-39.

Equal Rights for Women,"" Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems (Cleveland, 1926): 43.

The Church, Public Opinion, and Industry,"" The Salesianum 22 (July 1927): 40-47.

Social Insurance and Health,"" The Salesianum 23 (October 1928): 38-48.

Thinking Out a Catholic Industrial Program,"" The American Federationist 35 (October 1928): 1185-1190.

Necessitarianism in Contemporary Ethics,"" The Salesianum 26 (January 1931): 55-61.

Poverty and Wealth,"" The Salesianum 26 (April 1931): 49-55.

Toward a Christian Social Order,"" Journal of Religious Instruction 2 (March 1932): 617-628.

Why Nations Should Disarm,"" The Missionary 47 (February 1933): 46-49.

Training the Priest for Leadership in Social and Economic Leadership in the Social and Economic Field,"" National Catholic Education Association Bulletin 30 (November 1933): 599-609.

Freedom Through Unionization,"" American Federationist 40 (November 1933): 1190-1196.

The Vices of Industrialism and Their Remedies,"" Ecclesiastical Review 92 ( April 1935): 352- 368.

Two Milestones to Social Justice,"" The Sign 15 (May 1936): 585-587.

Federal Program for Industrial Peace,"" American Labor Legislation Review 30 (December 1940): 180-188.

Justice For All,"" American Federationist 50 (August 1943): 18-20.

Unionist's Duty Toward Negroes,"" West Michigan CIO February 9, 1944.

Christian Planning for Post-War Reconstruction,"" The Acolyte 20 (October 1944): 7-10.

Bishops Speak on Labor,"" Catholic Mind 43 (November 1945): 665-674.

The Marks of Social Order,"" American Ecclesiastical Review 120 (June 1949): 449-457.

Authority,"" Catholic Mind 49 (April 1951): 230-238.

Rights for Negroes in Industry,"" Interracial Review 25 (July 1952): 102-104.

Organized Society: The Remedy for Unemployment,"" Proceedings of the Eighteenth Meeting of the National Conference of Catholic Charities (Omaha, 1952), 68-74.

Publications on the Life of Francis J. Haas:

Blantz, Thomas E. A Priest in Public Service: Francis J. Haas and the New Deal. Notre Dame:University of Notre Dame Press, 1982.

_____. "Francis J. Haas: Priest and Government Servant." Catholic Historical Review 57 (January 1972): 571-592.

_____. "Francis J. Haas and the Minneapolis Truckers' Strike of 1934." Minnesota History 42 (Spring 1970): 5-15.

Kennedy, Franklyn. "Bishop Haas." The Salesianum 39 (January 1944):7-14.

Land, Philip. "Bishop Haas and Monsignor Ryan." America 89 (12 September 1953): 573-574.

Randell, Constance. "A Bio-Bibliography of Bishop Haas" MA Thesis: The Catholic University of America, 1955.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Personal, 1904-1953 (22 boxes)
The Personal Series includes materials related to Francis Haas's family and education. It includes family correspondence (primarily with members of his immediate family), college and seminary notes, dissertation drafts, family estate materials, and scrapbooks.
Correspondence donated by Haas's niece (Dorothy Haas) in 1995 are included under the folder heading, "Dorothy Haas Accession" (box 6, folders 1-6). These also include her brief annotations explaining the documents.
Box Folder
1 1 Appointment notebooks, 1904, 1907, 1909
  2 Appointment notebooks, 1911-1913
  3 Appointment notebooks, n.d.
  4 Biographical information, clippings, articles, 1920s-1950s
  5 Calendars, 1934
  6 Certificates, memorabilia, 1920s-1950s
  7 College notes, Browning, 1917
  8 College notes, Chaucer, 1916
  9 College notes, Chaucer, essays, 1916
  10 College notes, Christian Science (1 of 2), [c. 1917]
  11 College notes, Christian Science (2 of 2), [c. 1917]
  12 College notes, Emerson, 1917
  13 College notes, Emerson, essay on New England Transcendentalism, 1917
  14 College notes, English, assignments, 1915
Box Folder
2 1 College notes, English, assignments, September 1916-January 1917
  2 College notes, English, assignments, January-February 1919
  3 College notes, English, study outlines, 1915
  4 College notes, Ethics, 1919
  5 College notes, History (1300-1500), 1919
  6 College notes, Shakespeare (1 of 2), 1916
  7 College notes, Shakespeare (2 of 2), 1916
  8 College notes, Shakespeare, essay draft, 1916
  9 College notes, Shakespeare, essay, study outline, 1916
  10 College notes, Thoreau, [c. 1917]
  11 Correspondence, August-December 1904
  12 Correspondence, January-August 1905
  13 Correspondence, September-December 1905
  14 Correspondence, January-May 1906
  15 Correspondence, June-December 1906
  16 Correspondence, January-March 1907
  17 Correspondence, April 1907
Box Folder
3 1 Correspondence, May 1907
  2 Correspondence, June 1-15, 1907
  3 Correspondence, June 16-30, 1907
  4 Correspondence, July 1-15, 1907
  5 Correspondence, July 16-30, 1907
  6 Correspondence, August 1-15, 1907
  7 Correspondence, August 16-30, 1907
  8 Correspondence, September 1907
  9 Correspondence, October-November 1907
  10 Correspondence, January-June 1908
  11 Correspondence, July-December 1908
  12 Correspondence, 1909
  13 Correspondence, February-December 1910
  14 Correspondence, 1911
  15 Correspondence, February-December 1912
  16 Correspondence, January-May 1913
  17 Correspondence, June 1913
  18 Correspondence, 1914-1917
  19 Correspondence, January-October 1919
  20 Correspondence, November-December 1919
Box Folder
4 1 Correspondence, January 1920
  2 Correspondence, February 1920
  3 Correspondence, March-April 1920
  4 Correspondence, May-October 1920
  5 Correspondence, November-December 1920
  6 Correspondence, January-March 1921
  7 Correspondence, April-September 1921
  8 Correspondence, October-December 1921
  9 Correspondence, January-February 1922
  10 Correspondence, March-April 1922
  11 Correspondence, May-June 1922
  12 Correspondence, 1930-1931
  13 Correspondence, January-March 1932
  14 Correspondence, April-December 1932
  15 Correspondence, January-May 1933
  16 Correspondence, June-December 1933
  17 Correspondence, January-March 1934
  18 Correspondence, April 1934
Box Folder
5 1 Correspondence, May-December 1934
  2 Correspondence, January-May 1935
  3 Correspondence, June-October 1935
  4 Correspondence, 1936
  5 Correspondence, January-October 1937
  6 Correspondence, 1938-1943
  7 Correspondence, n.d.
  8 Dissertation, correspondence, receipts related to publication, June 1922-July 1923
  9 Dissertation, "Shop Collective Bargaining," draft submitted for approval and corrected by Dr. Millis, pp 1-75, 1922
  10 Dissertation, "Shop Collective Bargaining," draft submitted for approval and corrected by Dr. Millis, pp 76-150, 1922
  11 Dissertation, "Shop Collective Bargaining," draft submitted for approval and corrected by Dr. Millis, pp 151-243, 1922
  12 Dissertation, Shop Collective Bargaining, ex-library book, 1922
  13 Dissertation, Shop Collective Bargaining, published copy #1, 1922
  14 Dissertation, Shop Collective Bargaining, published copy #2, 1922
Box Folder
6 1 Dorothy Haas Accession (1 of 7), Francis Haas correspondence, pamphlets, photos, Dorothy Haas notes, 1910s, 1995
  2 Dorothy Haas Accession (2 of 7), Francis Haas correspondence, Dorothy Haas notes, 1933-1939, 1995
  3 Dorothy Haas Accession (3 of 7), Francis Haas correspondence, Dorothy Haas notes, 1940-1942
  4 Dorothy Haas Accession (4 of 7), Francis Haas correspondence, Dorothy Haas notes, 1943, 1995
  5 Dorothy Haas Accession (5 of 7), Francis Haas correspondence, Dorothy Haas notes, 1944-1947, 1995
  6 Dorothy Haas Accession (6 of 7), Francis Haas correspondence, Dorothy Haas notes, 1949-1953, 1995
  7 Dorothy Haas Accession (7 of 7), clippings, memorabilia, biographical sketches, 1940s-1950s, 1990s
  8 Family estates, bank statements, 1944-1946
  9 Family estates, county and state tax receipts, 1930-1933, 1939-1942
  10 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, balance statements, 1931-1935, 1939
  11 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, balance statements, 1941-1945
  12 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, bank books, stubs, 1930s
  13 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, bank stubs, [c. 1930s]
  14 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, bank statements, 1930-1940
Box Folder
7 1 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, correspondence, legal documents, 1931-1945
  2 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas Trust, reciepts, 1930s
  3 Family estates, Elizabeth Haas, will, appraisal, 1930-1932
  4 Family estates, Foley, Brach, and Colbert (attorneys), correspondence, 1930-1933
  5 Family estates, Foley and Brach (attorneys), correspondence, 1936-1940
  6 Family estates, Foley and Brach (attorneys), correspondence, 1942-1944
  7 Family estates, Foley and Brach (attorneys), correspondence, 1945
  8 Family estates, Foley and Brach (attorneys), correspondence, 1946-1949
  9 Family estates, Joseph Meyer, correspondence, 1932-1934
  10 Family estates, Joseph Meyer, correspondence, 1935-1936
  11 Family estates, land title history, January 1946
  12 Family estates, Peter Haas, correspondence, will, reciepts, 1932-1939
  13 Family estates, Schwartz Realty Company, correspondence, insurance`, 1933-1936
  14 Haas, Mary, report cards, reciepts, 1930-1935
  15 Marriage certificate, Peter Haas and Mary O'Day, 1885
Box Folder
8 1 McCarthy, William, estate, correspondence, will, 1934-1942
  2 Naturalization certificate, Felix Haas, 1855
  3 Obituary, Peter Haas, 1934
  4 Receipts, ledger, 1914-1919
  5 Scrapbook #1, pp 1-19 (copies), 1909, 1918-1923
  6 Scrapbook #1, pp 20-39 (copies), 1923-1925
  7 Scrapbook #1, pp 40-59 (copies), 1925-1927
  8 Scrapbook #1, pp 60-79 (copies), 1927-1929
  9 Scrapbook #1, pp 80-99 (copies), 1929-1931
  10 Scrapbook #1, pp 100-119 (copies), 1931
  11 Scrapbook #1, pp 120-126 (copies), 1931
  12 Scrapbook #2, pp 1-19 (copies), 1931
  13 Scrapbook #2, pp 20-39 (copies), 1931-1932
  14 Scrapbook #2, pp 40-59 (copies), 1932
  15 Scrapbook #2, pp 60-79 (copies), 1932-1933
  16 Scrapbook #2, pp 80-99 (copies), 1932-1933
Box Folder
9 1 Scrapbook #2, pp 100-119 (copies), 1933
  2 Scrapbook #2, pp 120-139 (copies), 1933
  3 Scrapbook #2, pp 140-144 (copies), 1933
  4 Scrapbook #3, pp 1-19 (copies), 1933
  5 Scrapbook #3, pp 20-39 (copies), 1933-1934
  6 Scrapbook #3, pp 40-59 (copies), 1934
  7 Scrapbook #3, pp 60-79 (copies), 1934
  8 Scrapbook #3, pp 80-99 (copies), 1934
  9 Scrapbook #3, pp 100-119 (copies), 1935
  10 Scrapbook #3, pp 120-130 (copies), 1935
  11 Scrapbook #4, pp 1-19 (copies), 1935-1936
  12 Scrapbook #4, pp 20-39 (copies), 1936
  13 Scrapbook #4, pp 40-59 (copies), 1936-1937
  14 Scrapbook #4, pp 60-79 (copies), 1937
  15 Scrapbook #4, pp 80-99 (copies), 1937
  16 Scrapbook #4, pp 100-119 (copies), 1937-1938
  17 Scrapbook #4, pp 120-139 (copies), 1938
Box Folder
10 1 Scrapbook #4, pp 140-145 (copies), 1938
  2 Scrapbook #5, pp 1-19 (copies), 1938-1939
  3 Scrapbook #5, pp 20-39 (copies), 1939-1942
  4 Scrapbook #5, pp 40-59 (copies), 1942-1944
  5 Scrapbook #5, pp 60-79 (copies), 1944-
  6 Scrapbook #5, pp 80-99 (copies), 1944-1945
  7 Scrapbook #5, pp 100-119 (copies), 1945
  8 Scrapbook #5, pp 120-133 (copies), 1945
  9 Scrapbook #6, pp 1-19 (copies), 1946
  10 Scrapbook #6, pp 20-39 (copies), 1946-1947
  11 Scrapbook #6, pp 40-59 (copies), 1947-1948
  12 Scrapbook #6, pp 60-79 (copies), 1948
  13 Scrapbook #6, pp 80-99 (copies), 1948-1949
Box Folder
11 1 Scrapbook #6, pp 100-119 (copies), 1949
  2 Scrapbook #6, pp 120-138 (copies), 1949-1950
  3 Scrapbook #7, pp 1-19 (copies), 1950
  4 Scrapbook #7, pp 20-39 (copies), 1950
  5 Scrapbook #7, pp 40-59 (copies), 1950-1951
  6 Scrapbook #7, pp 60-79 (copies), 1951
  7 Scrapbook #7, pp 80-99 (copies), 1951-1952
  8 Scrapbook #7, pp 100-119 (copies), 1952
  9 Scrapbook #7, pp 120-140 (copies), 1952
  10 Scrapbook #8, pp 1-19 (copies), 1952-1953
  11 Scrapbook #8, pp 20-39 (copies), 1953
  12 Scrapbook #8, pp 40-65 (copies), 1953
Box Folder
12 1 Scrapbook #9, pp 1-19 (copies), 1943
  2 Scrapbook #9, pp 20-39 (copies), 1943
  3 Scrapbook #9, pp 40-59 (copies), 1943
  4 Scrapbook #9, pp 60-79 (copies), 1943
  5 Scrapbook #9, pp 80-99 (copies), 1943
  6 Scrapbook #9, pp 100-110 (copies), 1943
  7 Scrapbook #10, (consecration, copies), 1943
  8 Seminary notes (miscellaneous, 1 of 3), [c. 1909-1912]
  9 Seminary notes (miscellaneous, 2 of 3), [c. 1909-1912]
  10 Seminary notes (miscellaneous, 3 of 3), [c. 1909-1912]
Box Folder
13 1 Seminary notes, 1911, 1913-1917
  2 Seminary notes, church history, 1909-1910
  3 Seminary notes, De Censuris, 1912
  4 Seminary notes, De Contratibus, [c. 1910]
  5 Seminary notes, De Deo, 1912
  6 Seminary notes, De Deo Consummante, 1913
  7 Seminary notes, De Fide, 1912
  8 Seminary notes, De Gratia, [c. 1911]
  9 Seminary notes, De Incarnatione, [c. 1912]
  10 Seminary notes, De Indulgentis Moral, [c. 1911]
  11 Seminary notes, De Justitia Et Jure, [c. 1911]
  12 Seminary notes, De Matrimonio, [c. 1910]
  13 Seminary notes, De Penitentia Moral, 1912
  14 Seminary notes, De Redemptione, 1911-1912
  15 Seminary notes, De Sexto and Nono Praecepto, [c. 1911]
  16 Seminary notes, Dictation on Faith, 1912
  17 Seminary notes, Repetitorium Apologeticum, pamphlet, 1914
  18 Seminary notes, Sociology, [c. 1915]
  19 Seminary notes, summary of Habitual and Actual Grace, 1912
  20 Seminary notes, Theologica Dogmatica, 1911
  21 Seminary notes, "The Septano," newsletter, 1909
  22 Seminary programs, 1906, 1912
Box Folder
14 1 Violin sheet music (1of 14), [c. 1910s]
  2 Violin sheet music (2 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  3 Violin sheet music (3 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  4 Violin sheet music (4 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  5 Violin sheet music (5 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  6 Violin sheet music (6 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  7 Violin sheet music (7 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  8 Violin sheet music (8 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  9 Violin sheet music (9 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  10 Violin sheet music (10 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  11 Violin sheet music (11 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  12 Violin sheet music (12 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  13 Violin sheet music (13 of 14), [c. 1910s]
  14 Violin sheet music (14 of 14), [c. 1910s]
Box Folder
15 OS Scrapbook #1, 1909-1931
Box Folder
16 OS Scrapbook #2, 1931-1933
Box Folder
17 OS Scrapbook #3, 1933-1935
Box Folder
18 OS Scrapbook #4, 1935-1938
Box Folder
19 OS Scrapbook #5, 1938-1945
Box Folder
20 OS Scrapbook #6, 1946-1950
Box Folder
21 OS Scrapbook #7, 1950-1952
Box Folder
22 OS Scrapbook #8 (1952-1953); Scrapbook #9 (consecration, 1943); Scrapbook #10 (consecration, 1943), 1952-1953
                       
Series 2: Professional, 1911-1953 (29 boxes)
Subseries 2.1 includes correspondence related to Haas's professional activities as both a priest and an educator. The correspondence is organized alphabetically. Each general letter range is followed by the correspondence that is identified by a particular institution or person. There is also routine correspondence organized by subject (financial, invitations, publishers, requests for information, and requests for addresses).
Subseries 2.2 contains records related to his professional activities as both a priest and an educator. It includes sermons, speeches, and materials related to his advancement to the episcopacy. The subseries also contains research materials and drafts related to Haas's writings, including research materials, drafts, and galley proofs for his book, Man and Society, and the translations of papal encyclicals. It also includes a small amount of teaching materials.
Subseries 2.1: Correspondence, 1921(1931-1943)1943 (12 boxes)
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23 1 Correspondence, Abbey Library-Ament, 1931-1943
  2 Correspondence, American Association of Schools of Professinoal Work-American Sociological Society, 1933-1942
  3 Correspondence, Amity Leather Products-Atlas, 1932-1943
  4 Correspondence, Alter, Karl (Bishop of Toledo), 1931, 1937
  5 Correspondence, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), 1923-1943
  6 Correspondence, America, 1933, 1938, 1943
  7 Correspondence, America First Committee, 1941
  8 Correspondence, American Arbitration Association, 1942
  9 Correspondence, American Association for Economic Freedom, 1937-1938
  10 Correspondence, American Association for Old Age Security, 1932-1933
  11 Correspondence, American Association for Social Security, 1934
  12 Correspondence, American Association for Social Security, 1935-1941
  13 Correspondence, American Association of Social Workers, 1932-1934
  14 Correspondence, American Chamber of Commerce in Germany, 1931
  15 Correspondence, American Civil Liberties Union, 1937
  16 Correspondence, American Federation of Labor (AFL), 1931-1941
  17 Correspondence, American Youth Congress, 1937-1938
  18 Correspondence, Aquinas, Sister Thomas, 1933-1936
  19 Correspondence, Associated Catholic Charities, 1940-1942
  20 Correspondence, Assocation of Catholic Trade Unionists (ACTU), 1941-1942
  21 Correspondence, Badgar-Bauer, 1931-1943
  22 Correspondence, Beatty-Bergan, 1931-1937
  23 Correspondence, Berge-Best, 1933-1943
  24 Correspondence, Bickham-Bleidorn, 1932-1943
  25 Correspondence, Boisvert-Boyle, 1934-1943
  26 Correspondence, Bradley-Bryn Mawr College, 1932-1943
  27 Correspondence, Bureau of Family Service-Bwerk, 1933-1942
  28 Correspondence, Barrett, Judith, 1940-1943
  29 Correspondence, Breckinridge, Sophonisba, 1935
  30 Correspondence, Breen, Vincent, 1943
  31 Correspondence, Bressette, Linna, 1933-1943
  32 Correspondence, Brophy, John, 1943
  33 Correspondence, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, 1936
  34 Correspondence, Burke, John (NCWC), 1936
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24 1 Correspondence, Campfire Girls-Cathedral Rectory, 1931-1941
  2 Correspondence, Catholic Action-Cavin, 1931-1942
  3 Correspondence, Central District Catholic High School-Chicago Federation of Labor (CFL), 1931-1943
  4 Correspondence, Chicago Tribune-Citizen Committee to Free Earl Browder, 1935-1942
  5 Correspondence, Clary-Collis, 1932-1943
  6 Correspondence, Columbia-Cook, 1931-1941
  7 Correspondence, Cooperative Committee-Coughlin, 1931-1942
  8 Correspondence, Council of Catholic Women-Crowley, 1933-1941
  9 Correspondence, Cudahy Brothers-Cusak, 1924-1939
  10 Correspondence, Carey, James (UE), 1940
  11 Correspondence, Cassidy, H. M., 1935
  12 Correspondence, Catholic Association for International Peace, 1931
  13 Correspondence, Catholic Association for International Peace, 1936-1942
  14 Correspondence, Catholic Charities, 1933-1939
  15 Correspondence, Catholic Committee of the South, 1941
  16 Correspondence, Catholic Committee of the South, 1942
  17 Correspondence, Catholic Herald Citizen, 1934-1937
  18 Correspondence, Catholic Press Union, 1941-1942
  19 Correspondence, Catholic Social Guild, 1935
  20 Correspondence, Catholic University of America Alumni Association, 1941-1942
  21 Correspondence, Catholic Women's Club, 1923, 1936
  22 Correspondence, Catholic Women's Club of Kenosha, 1936
  23 Correspondence, Church Peace Union, 1932-1933
  24 Correspondence, Church Peace Union, 1934-1935
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25 1 Correspondence, Church Peace Union, 1937-1938
  2 Correspondence, Church Peace Union, 1939
  3 Correspondence, Church Peace Union, 1940-1943
  4 Correspondence, Christman, Bernard, 1932-1939
  5 Correspondence, Cicognani, Amelto, 1933-1941
  6 Correspondence, Citizen's Committee on Old Age Security for the District of Columbia, 1933-1934
  7 Correspondence, Clague, Ewan, 1935
  8 Correspondence, Clancy, Raymond, 1940
  9 Correspondence, Cooper, Lyle, 1936-1937
  10 Correspondence, Corrigan, Joseph, 1937-1942
  11 Correspondence, Cort, John, 1938
  12 Correspondence, Cronin, John, 1936-1945
  13 Correspondence, Coughlin, Charles, [c. 1935]
  14 Correspondence, Damms-Democratic County Committee, 1935-1942
  15 Correspondence, Dempsey-Donahue, 1932-1943
  16 Correspondence, Donnelly-Dzienik, 1933-1943
  17 Correspondence, Darby, Thomas, 1941-1942
  18 Correspondence, Daughters of Isabella, 1935-1942
  19 Correspondence, Day, Dorothy, 1940
  20 Correspondence, Deferrari, Roy, 1934-1940
  21 Correspondence, Deverall, Richard, 1940-1942
  22 Correspondence, Drolet, James, 1936-1937
  23 Correspondence, Duffy, John, 1939-1943
  24 Correspondence, Early-Extension Print, 1933-1943
  25 Correspondence, Emergency Peace Campaign, 1936
  26 Correspondence, Family Service Association-Fenlon, John F., 1931-1943
  27 Correspondence, Farris, Godfrey-Flatbush Free Employment Agency, 1932-1941
  28 Correspondence, Fons, Leonard C.-Fukushima, Takeshi, 1932-1942
  29 Correspondence, Fitch, John A., 1933, 1935, 1941
  30 Correspondence, Foley, Jerome J., 1931-1940
  31 Correspondence, Frankfurter, Felix, 1937-1939
  32 Correspondence, Fries, Frank W., 1940
  33 Correspondence, Furfey, Paul, 1934, 1941
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26 1 Correspondence, Gabriel-Gallagher, 1933-1938
  2 Correspondence, Gallahue-Gass, 1931-1943
  3 Correspondence, Geary-Gillet, 1933-1943
  4 Correspondence, Gilligan-Gleeson, 1931-1943
  5 Correspondence, Goodman-Guilday, 1931-1943
  6 Correspondence, Girten, Michael, 1936-1937
  7 Correspondence, Grau, Joseph, 1936
  8 Correspondence, Gray, Evan, 1932-1936
  9 Correspondence, Haas-Hamilton, 1931-1941
  10 Correspondence, Handler-Hayes, 1923-1942
  11 Correspondence, Heiden-Higgins, 1923-1940
  12 Correspondence, Hogan-Hotel Stratford, 1933-1942
  13 Correspondence, Howard-Hyland, 1931-1942
  14 Correspondence, Hammond, Joseph, 1941-1943
  15 Correspondence, Healy, Arthur, 1940
  16 Correspondence, Herstein, Lilian, 1937
  17 Correspondence, Higgins, George, 1941-1943
  18 Correspondence, Hillenbrand, Reynold, 1938-1943
  19 Correspondence,Hillman, Sidney (ACWA), 1922, 1936-1940
  20 Correspondence, Hoan, Daniel (Mayor of Milwaukee), 1931-1937
  21 Correspondence, Hochstein, Irma, 1932-1942
  22 Correspondence, Hoover, J. Edgar (FBI), 1933-1934
  23 Correspondence, Hopkins, Harry, 1937-1938
  24 Correspondence, Hurley, Joseph, 1941
  25 Correspondence, Illinois Department of Labor-International Federation of Christian Trade Unions, 1931-1943
  26 Correspondence, International Federation of Trade Unions-Israel, 1929-1942
  27 Correspondence, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 1932-1933
  28 Correspondence, International Catholic Truth Society, 1933-April 1934
  29 Correspondence, International Catholic Truth Society, May 1934-1937
  30 Correspondence, International Printing Pressmen, 1941-1942
  31 Correspondence, International Union of Operating Engineers, 1936-1942
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27 1 Correspondence, Jacob-Joyce, 1923, 1931-1943
  2 Correspondence, Johnson, Peter Leo, 1932-1942
  3 Correspondence, Jung, John, 1931-1935
  4 Correspondence, Kain-Kauash, 1931-1943
  5 Correspondence, Kearney-Kennedy, 1932-1941
  6 Correspondence, Kenny-Kirsch, 1931-1942
  7 Correspondence, Koenen-Kyle, 1923, 1934-1940
  8 Correspondence, Kalmer, Leo, 1931-1936
  9 Correspondence, Keegan, Robert, 1936-1937
  10 Correspondence, Kerby, William, 1923, 1932-1933
  11 Correspondence, Kiley, Moses, 1941-1942
  12 Correspondence, Kiniery, Paul, 1932-1938
  13 Correspondence, Knights of Colombus, 1936-1943
  14 Correspondence, Labor College-Lantry, 1932-1941
  15 Correspondence, Lappan-Lawres, 1932-1942
  16 Correspondence, Lederer-Lewis, 1931-1943
  17 Correspondence, Libreria Vatican-Livon, 1933-1942
  18 Correspondence, Loesch-Loyola House of Retreats, 1931-1941
  19 Correspondence, Luminati-Lytle, 1932-1939
  20 Correspondence, Labor, 1936-1941
  21 Correspondence, La Follete, Philip (Wisconsin governor), 1936
  22 Correspondence, Lapp, John, 1931-1935
  23 Correspondence, League of Nations Association, 1931-1932, 1942
  24 Correspondence, Leiserson, William, 1923-1943
  25 Correspondence, Lewis, John L. (UMW), 1936-1937
  26 Correspondence, Louisville Varnish Company (P.H. Callahan), 1936-1939
  27 Correspondence, Loyola University, 1931-1943
  28 Correspondence, Lucey, Robert, 1937-1943
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28 1 Correspondence, Macdougald-Mammoth Labor Day Celebration, 1933-1941
  2 Correspondence, Manfred-Mayo Clinic, 1933-1943
  3 Correspondence, McAllister-McConnell, 1934-1942
  4 Correspondence, McCormack-McGrath, 1933-1941
  5 Correspondence, McGreevy-McNulty, 1932-1941
  6 Correspondence, Meade-Meyers Monument Works, 1934-1942
  7 Correspondence, Michigan Catholic-Miley, 1933-1945
  8 Correspondence, Millard-Mitty, 1931-1943
  9 Correspondence, Monaghon-Montgomery, 1933-1941
  10 Correspondence, Moon-Mulloy, 1933-1943
  11 Correspondence, Mulroy-Myer, 1932-1942
  12 Correspondence, Magner, James, 1936-1943
  13 Correspondence, Mahowald, Edward, 1937
  14 Correspondence, Marquette University, 1931-1942
  15 Correspondence, McCormick, Patrick, 1942-1943
  16 Correspondence, McGowan, Raymond (NCWC), 1931-1932, 1937-1942
  17 Correspondence, McGuire, Louise, 1937-1943
  18 Correspondence, Missionary, 1931-March 1933
  19 Correspondence, Missionary, April 1933-1937
  20 Correspondence, Mooney, Edward, 1936-1943
  21 Correspondence, Morrissy, Elizabeth, 1931-1941
  22 Correspondence, Muench, Aloysius, 1933-1943
  23 Correspondence, Liguor, Mary, 1936-1937
  24 Correspondence, Murray, Philip (CIO), January 1943
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29 1 Correspondence, National Archives-National World Court, 1931-1943, 1955
  2 Correspondence, Neill-Nugent, 1931-1942
  3 Correspondence, National Catholic School of Social Science (NCSSS), 1931-1943
  4 Correspondence, National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), 1933-1946
  5 Correspondence, National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1932-1933
  6 Correspondence, National Conference of Jews and Christians, 1932-1936
  7 Correspondence, National Conference of Social Work, 1935-1938
  8 Correspondence, National Council of Catholic Men, 1931-1934, 1943
  9 Correspondence, National Council of Catholic Women, 1931-1937
  10 Correspondence, National Religion and Labor Foundation, 1932
  11 Correspondence, National Policy Committee, February-June 1936
  12 Correspondence, National Policy Committee, October 1936-1940
  13 Correspondence, Nelligan, Joseph, 1938-1943
  14 Correspondence, New York State Department of Labor, 1937-1943
  15 Correspondence, Norton, Mary (United States Congress), 1938, 1943
  16 Correspondence, O'Brien-O'Day, 1934-1941
  17 Correspondence, O'Dell-O'Meara, 1932-1940
  18 Correspondence, O'Neil-Owens, 1936-1943
  19 Correspondence, O'Connell, John, February 1938
  20 Correspondence, O'Connor, John, July-September 1934
  21 Correspondence, O'Grady, John, 1922-1923, 1934-1936
  22 Correspondence, Ostberg S. V., September 1933
  23 Correspondence, Our Sunday Visitor, 1938-1939
  24 Correspondence, Packard-Pennings, 1933-1943
  25 Correspondence, Pennsylvania Federation of Post Office Clerks-Peterson, 1933-1939
  26 Correspondence, Pi Gamma Mu-Plunkert, 1931-1943
  27 Correspondence, Poetter-Puestow, 1933-1943
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30 1 Correspondence, Purcell, Richard, 1933-1936
  2 Correspondence, Quigley-Quirk, 1933-1939
  3 Correspondence, Race Street Forum, 1936-1943
  4 Correspondence, Rice-Rivers, 1932-1941
  5 Correspondence, Roberts-Roxbury Memorial Boys High, 1934-1943
  6 Correspondence, Rummel-Ryan, 1932-1941
  7 Correspondence, Ready, Michael J., 1933-1942
  8 Correspondence, Regan, Agnes, 1931-1941
  9 Correspondence, Reilly, F. P., 1931-1938
  10 Correspondence, Rice, Charles, O., 1939
  11 Correspondence, Riordan, H. G., 1931-1941
  12 Correspondence, Rockefeller, Nelson, 1942
  13 Correspondence, Ryan, John K., 1933-1939
  14 Correspondence, Sacred Heart Sanitarium-Saint Frances Xavier University, 1932-1943
  15 Correspondence, Saint Louis University-Saint Michael's High School, 1931-1941
  16 Correspondence, Santiago Sais-Schlomer, 1932-1940
  17 Correspondence, Schiedeler-Serrarens, 1931-1942
  18 Correspondence, Seton Hill College-Shields, 1923, 1931-1941
  19 Correspondence, Shuster-Smith, 1931-1943
  20 Correspondence, Social Education-Sprung, 1932-1940
  21 Correspondence, Standige-Stroh, 1935-1940
  22 Correspondence, Strub-Szymczak, 1933-1940
  23 Correspondence, Sands, William F., 1935-1936
  24 Correspondence, Sheehy, Maurice, 1931, 1933
  25 Correspondence, Sheen, Fulton J., 1941
  26 Correspondence, Siedenberg, F., 1935-1937
  27 Correspondence, Slichter, Summer, 1922
  28 Correspondence, Social Hygiene Society, 1932-1933
  29 Correspondence, Sprague, Albert, 1938-1942
  30 Correspondence, Stettinius, Edward, 1936-1938
  31 Correspondence, Stritch, Samuel A., 1932
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31 1 Correspondence, Stritch, Samuel A., 1935-1943
  2 Correspondence, Tambimuttu-Theisen, 1933-1943
  3 Correspondence, Thomas-Turtone, 1935-1943
  4 Correspondence, Tanner, Paul, 1932-1933
  5 Correspondence, Turpin, Murray, 1935
  6 Correspondence, Uelmen-United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, 1935-1942
  7 Correspondence, United Cork Workers-United States Maritime Commission, 1931-1942
  8 Correspondence, United States Post Office-University of Wisconsin, 1934-1942
  9 Correspondence, United Mine Worker of America (UMWA), 1937-1942
  10 Correspondence, United States Department of Labor, 1932-1943
  11 Correspondence, Vallie-Von-Turffs, 1932-1941
  12 Correspondence, Waddell-Washington Sociological Society, 1919-1942
  13 Correspondence, Washington University-Western Printing and Lithographing Company, 1932-1943
  14 Correspondence, Whelan-Whitton, 1932-1942
  15 Correspondence, Wierzorek-Wisconsin Conference of Social Work, 1931-1943
  16 Correspondence, Wisconsin State Board of Health-Wright, 1932-1942
  17 Correspondence, Wagner, Robert F., 1935-1937
  18 Correspondence, Washington Educational Union #198, 1932-1933
  19 Correspondence, Washington Council of Social Agencies, October 1932
  20 Correspondence, Washington Council of Social Agencies, November 1932-December 1933
  21 Correspondence, Washington Council of Social Agencies, February-April 1933
  22 Correspondence, Washington Council of Social Agencies, May 1933-1937
  23 Correspondence, Winslow, John B., 1933-1939
  24 Correspondence, Winters, William, 1938-1940
  25 Correspondence, Wisconsin Industrial Commission, 1932-1941
  26 Correspondence, University of Wisconsin, 1937-1940
  27 Correspondence, Women's Trade Union League of America, 1931-1936
  28 Correspondence, Workers Education Bureau, 1935-1936
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32 1 Correspondence, World Alliance of International Friendship Through the Churches, 1933-1935
  2 Correspondence, World Alliance of International Friendship Through the Churches, 1936-1939
  3 Correspondence, World Alliance of International Friendship Through the Churches, 1940-1943
  4 Correspondence, Ziegler, Al, 1937-1942
  5 Correspondence, anonymous and unknown, 1931-1943
  6 Correspondence, financial, American Association for Old Age Security-Bureau of Catholic Charities, 1931-1935
  7 Correspondence, financial, Calvert Associates-Current History Magazine, 1931-1941
  8 Correspondence, financial, DB Hansen and Sons-Gulf Oil Corporation, 1932-1942
  9 Correspondence, financial, Hardware Mutual Casualty Company, 1933-1943
  10 Correspondence, financial, International Catholic Truth Society-Mount Mary College, 1933-1943
  11 Correspondence, financial, Nash Motors-Nolan Motor, 1931-1935
  12 Correspondence, financial, Parsons and Parsons-Rogers Peet Company, 1932-1942
  13 Correspondence, financial, St. Catherine's High School-Society of Christ Child, 1931-1941
  14 Correspondence, financial, University of Chicago Press-Yankee Paper and Specialty, 1931-1939
  15 Correspondence, invitations, American Arbitration Association-Cooperative League of America, 1940-1943
  16 Correspondence, invitations, Dominican Fathers-Grasser, 1941-1943
  17 Correspondence, invitations, Holy Ghost Church-Julius Rosenwald Fund, 1940-1942
  18 Correspondence, invitations, Knights of Columbus-Quinn, 1940-1943
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33 1 Correspondence, invitations, Russell-Webster College, 1940-1943
  2 Correspondence, publishers, America-Atlantic Monthly, 1935-1943
  3 Correspondence, publishers, Ben F. Crowson Publications-Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1932-1942
  4 Correspondence, publishers, Catholic Charities Review-Cusak, 1921-1942
  5 Correspondence, publishers, D. Appleton-Dietrich, 1938-1943
  6 Correspondence, publishers, Editions Spes-Extension, 1933-1943
  7 Correspondence, publishers, Facts Publishing Company-Funk and Wagnalls Company, 1938-1942
  8 Correspondence, publishers, Government Printing Office, 1938
  9 Correspondence, publishers, Harper and Brothers-Houghton Mifflin Company, 1938-1942
  10 Correspondence, publishers, John Murphy Company-Journal of Religious Institution, 1931-1932
  11 Correspondence, publishers, Kramer, Leon, 1942
  12 Correspondence, publishers, Law and Contemporary Problems-L. Schueman Book Sellers, 1932-1943
  13 Correspondence, publishers, Macmillan Company-Scheler, 1938-1940
  14 Correspondence, publishers, National Bureau of Economic Research-New York Budget Council, 1931-1943
  15 Correspondence, publishers, Office General Du Livre-Oxford University Press, 1932-1942
  16 Correspondence, publishers, Paulist Press-Provincal Insurance Company, 1933-1942
  17 Correspondence, publishers, Religious Leaders of America-Ronald Press Company, 1932-1942
  18 Correspondence, publishers, Science and Culture Series-Ste Gle De Credit et Commercial, 1931-1938
  19 Correspondence, publishers, Thesis Publishing Company-Tweentieth Century Fund, 1941-1943
  20 Correspondence, publishers, United States Department of Agriculture-Who's Who in American Education, 1931-1942
  21 Correspondence, publishers, Yale Publishing Company, 1938
  22 Correspondence, requests for address, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA)-American Association of Social Workers, 1932-1939
  23 Correspondence, requests for address, American Catholic Sociological Society-Aulenbacher, 1933-1939
  24 Correspondence, requests for address, Boston Ecclesiastical Seminary-Burke, 1932-1935
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34 1 Correspondence, requests for address, Capitol District Joint Board-Catholic Evidence Guild, 1932-1938
  2 Correspondence, requests for address, Catholic Hospital Association-College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1932-1939
  3 Correspondence, requests for address, College of Saint Teresa-Council of Social Agencies, 1933-1935
  4 Correspondence, requests for address, Demison Manufacturing Company-Dubuque Leader, 1933-1939
  5 Correspondence, requests for address, Ford Hall Forum-Fotten, 1934-1939
  6 Correspondence, requests for address, Gamble-Grady, 1934-1939
  7 Correspondence, requests for address, Hargraves-Howard University, 1934-1939
  8 Correspondence, requests for address, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)-International Federation of Catholic Alumnae, 1935-1939
  9 Correspondence, requests for address, Johns Hopkins University-Junior League of Washington, 1932-1938
  10 Correspondence, requests for address, Kenosha Workers' Educational Council-Kenosha Trades and Labor Council, 1937-1939
  11 Correspondence, requests for address, Lamb-Lynch, 1931-1938
  12 Correspondence, requests for address, Madison Catholic Woman's Club-Murphy, 1931-1939
  13 Correspondence, requests for address, National Catholic Community House- Notre Dame College, 1931-1939
  14 Correspondence, requests for address, Ocallaghan-Our Lady of the Lake College, 1933-1939
  15 Correspondence, requests for address, Parker-Progressive Open Forum, 1933-1939
  16 Correspondence, requests for address, Reddy-Rotary Club of Milwaukee, 1932-1939
  17 Correspondence, requests for address, Saint Joan of Arc's Rectory-Sulpician Seminary, 1932-1939
  18 Correspondence, requests for address, Telephone Operator's Department-Toledo Catholic Charities, 1934-1939
  19 Correspondence, requests for address, Uniontown Central Labor Council-University of Pennsylvania, 1933-1939
  20 Correspondence, requests for address, Veteran's Non-Partisan League-Vital Speeches, 1932-1939
  21 Correspondence, requests for address, Washington Committee of the Institute of Women's Professional Relations-Works Progress Administration for Massachusetts, 1931-1939
  22 Correspondence, requests for address, Young Women's Christian Association, 1932-1939
  23 Correspondence, requests for information, American Unitarian Association-Foley, 1932-1935
  24 Correspondence, requests for information, Good Counsel College-Providence College, 1932-1935
  25 Correspondence, requests for information, Sacred Heart Church-Wisconsin Legislature, 1932-1935
  26 Correspondence, requests for meeting attendance, American Association of Social Workers-Keegan, 1931-1935
  27 Correspondence, requests for meeting attendance, Loyola University-World Tommorrow, 1931-1934
Subseries 2.2: Research and Religious Activities, 1911-1953 (17 boxes)
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35 1 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, December 31, 1930
  2 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, July 1, 1931
  3 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, July 1, 1932
  4 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, January 2, 1936
  5 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, March 31, 1937
  6 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, April 10, 1937
  7 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, October 28, 1939
  8 ACTA Apostolicae Sedis, November 10, 1939
  9 Archives, announcement of Haas papers to archives, [c. 1954]
  10 Article drafts, 1932-1935
  11 Article drafts, 1936-1948
  12 Article drafts, [c. 1940s]
  13 Bishopric consecration, clippings, October 1943
  14 Bishopric consecration, clippings, November 7-17, 1943
  15 Bishopric consecration, clippings, November 18, 1943
  16 Bishopric consecration, clippings, November 19-December 13, 1943
  17 Bishopric consecration, clippings, [c. November 1943]
  18 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, September-October 1, 1943
  19 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 2, 1943
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36 1 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 3, 1943
  2 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 4, 1943
  3 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 5, 1943
  4 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 6, 1943
  5 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 7, 1943
  6 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 8-9, 1943
  7 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 10-11, 1943
  8 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 12-14, 1943
  9 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 15-20, 1943
  10 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 21-25, 1943
  11 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, October 26-31, 1943
  12 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, November-December 1943
  13 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, January-April 1944
  14 Bishopric consecration, congratulatory correspondence, [c. October-December 1943]
  15 Bishopric consecration, notes, gift list, [c. November 1943]
  16 Bishop's statement, Washington meeting, November 19, 1937
  17 Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, conference flyers, 1944, 1951
  18 Catholic pamphlets, [c. 1930s-1940s]
  19 Catholic Service Bureau, proposal, meeting notes, December 1945
  20 Catholic University of America, clippings, 1937-1939
  21 Christian social service, study outline, [c. 1940s]
  22 Course descriptions, [c. 1930s]
  23 Gibbons, James, biographical article, [c. 1940s]
  24 Grand Rapids Diocesan Council, National Council of Catholic Women, conference programs, 1949-1950, 1953
  25 Interviews, 1933, 1943, 1945
  26 Lecture notes, [c. 1930s]
  27 L'Internationale Syndicale Chretienne, conference program, notes, 1932
Box Folder
37 1 Liturgical Week, program, August 1953
  2 Man and Society (2nd edition), announcements, 1951-1952
  3 Man and Society (1st edition), correspondence, October-November 1931
  4 Man and Society (1st edition), correspondence, June-November 1932
  5 Man and Society (1st edition), correspondence, January-May 1933
  6 Man and Society (1st edition), correspondence, July 1933-1935
  7 Man and Society (2nd edition), correspondence, March-December 1951
  8 Man and Society (2nd edition), correspondence, 1952
  9 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), preface, table of contents, 1951
  10 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 1, 1951
  11 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 2, 1951
  12 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 3, 1951
  13 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 4, 1951
  14 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 5, 1951
  15 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 6, 1951
  16 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 7, 1951
  17 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 8, 1951
  18 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 9, 1951
  19 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 10, 1951
  20 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 11, 1951
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38 1 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 12, 1951
  2 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 13, 1951
  3 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 14, 1951
  4 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 15, 1951
  5 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 16, 1951
  6 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 17, 1951
  7 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 18, 1951
  8 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 19, 1951
  9 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 20, 1951
  10 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), chapter 21, 1951
  11 Man and Society (2nd edition), draft (with editing marks), index, 1951
  12 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 1-49, [c. 1951]
  13 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 50-99, [c. 1951]
  14 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 100-149, [c. 1951]
  15 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 150-199, [c. 1951]
  16 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 200-249, [c. 1951]
  17 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 250-299, [c. 1951]
  18 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 300-349, [c. 1951]
  19 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 350-399, [c. 1951]
  20 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 400-449, [c. 1951]
  21 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 450-499, [c. 1951]
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39 1 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 500-528, [c. 1951]
  2 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 1-15 (duplicates), [c. 1951]
  3 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp1-49, [c. 1951]
  4 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 50-99, [c. 1950]
  5 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 100-149, [c. 1950]
  6 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 150-199, [c. 1950]
  7 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 200-249, [c. 1950]
  8 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 250-299, [c. 1950]
  9 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 300-347, [c. 1950]
  10 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 351-399, [c. 1950]
  11 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 400-449, [c. 1950]
  12 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 450-499, [c. 1950]
  13 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs (with editing marks), pp 500-528, [c. 1950]
  14 Man and Society (2nd edition), galley proofs, pp 51-65 (duplicates), [c. 1850]
  15 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 1, clippings, 1944-1950
  16 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 1, Flannery notes, 1950
  17 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 1, notes, references, comments, 1949-1950
  18 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 1, pamphlets, 1929-1950
Box Folder
40 1 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 2, clippings, 1938-1949
  2 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 2, crime pamphlets, 1935, 1945
  3 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 2, crime statistics, 1920-1949
  4 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 2, Criminal Justice, 1942-1948
  5 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 2, Federal Security Agency statistics, 1948
  6 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 7, clippings, 1950-1951
  7 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 7, "Report of Committee on Custody and Divorce", 1950
  8 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 10, draft on crime section, August 1939
  9 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 10, "The Embezzeller" (pamphlet), 1947
  10 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 13, clippings, [c. 1950]
  11 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 16, clippings, notes, 1943-1949
  12 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 16, J. Edgar Hoover addresses, 1939, 1942
  13 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 16, juvenile delinquency pamphlets, 1940s
  14 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 16, "List of References on Juvenile Delinquency", March 1939
  15 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 17, pamphlets, [c. 1940], 1950
  16 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, chapter 19, United Nations, pamphlet, 1949
  17 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, farming, 1938-1950
  18 Man and Society (2nd edition), reference material, human rights report, 1949
  19 Man and Society (2nd edition), reviews, 1952
  20 National Catholic School of Social Service, Director's reports, April 1934, April 1935
  21 National Catholic School of Social Service, economics class, lecture notes, 1933-1936
  22 National Catholic School of Social Service, economics class, student lists, 1933-1935
Box Folder
41 1 National Catholic School of Social Service, history, [c. 1935]
  2 National Catholic School of Social Service, Institute of Industry, lecture outline, notes, June 1938
  3 National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), press releases, 1936-1944
  4 National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), Spanish Speaking People of the Southwest, seminar schedule, July 1943
  5 National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), "The Church and Social Order," pamphlet, [c. 1940s]
  6 National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), announcements, releases, statements, [c. 1930s]
  7 National Conference Catholic Charities, meeting, program, October 1933
  8 National Conference of Social Work, conference program, May 1927
  9 National League of Nations Association, convention program, 1931
  10 O'Hara, Edwin V., principle of social justice draft and Haas revision, [c. 1940s]
  11 Pamphlets, articles (written by Haas), 1945-1953
  12 Pamphlets, labor (written by Haas), 1933-1952
  13 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, 1936-1939
  14 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, February-June 1940
  15 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, July-October 1940
  16 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, 1941
  17 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, March-May 1942
  18 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, June-August 1942
  19 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, September-December 1942
  20 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, January-February 1943
  21 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, March-May 1943
  22 Papal encyclical translations, correspondence, June-October 1943
  23 Papal encyclical translations, "Caritate Christi Compulsi," by Rev. William Groessel, undated
  24 Papal encyclical translations, "On the Catholic Priesthood," [English], undated
  25 Papal encyclical translations, "Rerum Novarum," "Quadragsimo Anno" and "Sertum Laetitiae," analysis, 1940-1942
Box Folder
42 1 Papal encyclical translations, "Rerum Novarum," [from Review of Reviews], [c. 1930s]
  2 Papal encyclical translations, "Rerum Novarum," "Quadragesimo Anno," title page, preface, printing instructions, 1942
  3 Papal encyclical translations, "Quadragesimo Anno," [Italian], 1931
  4 Papal encyclical translations, "Quadragesimo Anno," [English, Italian, German, French], 1931
  5 Papal encyclical translations, "Quadragesimo Anno," draft (1 of 2), [c. 1940]
  6 Papal encyclical translations, "Quadragesimo Anno," draft (2 of 2), [c. 1940]
  7 Papal encyclical translations, "Quadragesimo Anno", [c. 1942]
  8 Ready, M. J., draft of American Heirarchy statement, November 1937
  9 Riccoobono Seminar of Roman Law in America, announcements, reports, 1940-1942
  10 Ryan, John, biographical portraits, correspondence on biography, [c. 1930s]
  11 Saint Ann's Church, employment Surveys, [c. 1932]
  12 Saint Paul Educational Association, lecture notes and outline, [c. 1933-1935]
  13 School of Social Science, Ph.D dissertation defense announcements, May-June 1940
  14 School of Social Science, statements, meeting agenda, 1938-1942
  15 Sermon instruction, pamphlets, 1920s-1940s
  16 Sermons (first), May 15, 1911
  17 Sermons, February-June 1913
  18 Sermons, July 1913
  19 Sermons, August 1913
  20 Sermons, September 1913
  21 Sermons, October 1913
  22 Sermons, November 1913
  23 Sermons, December 1913
Box Folder
43 1 Sermons, [c. 1913]
  2 Sermons, January 1914
  3 Sermons, February 1914
  4 Sermons, March-April 1914
  5 Sermons, May 1914
  6 Sermons, June-July 1914
  7 Sermons, August-September 1914
  8 Sermons, October-November 1914
  9 Sermons, December 1914
  10 Sermons, 1914
  11 Sermons, [c. 1914]
  12 Sermons, January-March 1915
  13 Sermons, April-June 1915
  14 Sermons, July-October 1915
  15 Sermons, [c. 1915]
  16 Sermons, April-December 1916
  17 Sermons, October 1928
  18 Sermons, 1918
  19 Sermons, [c. 1919-1920]
  20 Sermons, 1922-1926
  21 Sermons, 1927
  22 Sermons, 1928-1929
Box Folder
44 1 Sermons, 1931-1939
  2 Sermons, December 1943
  3 Sermons, April-December 1944
  4 Sermons, February-June 1945
  5 Sermons, July-December 1945
  6 Sermons, 1946
  7 Sermons, 1947
  8 Sermons, February-June 1948
  9 Sermons, September-October 1948
  10 Sermons, November-December 1948
  11 Sermons, 1949
  12 Sermons, [c. 1944-1949]
  13 Sermons, 1950
  14 Sermons, 1951
Box Folder
45 1 Sermons, 1952
  2 Sermons, 1953
  3 Sermons, [c. 1950-1953]
  4 Sermons, undated
  5 Sermons, apostle's creed, 1930
  6 Sermons, apostle's creed, 1917, 1925, 1929
  7 Sermons, commandments and capital sins, 1927
  8 Sermons, eulogy at John Ryan's funeral, September 19, 1945
  9 Sermons, eulogies for priest's funeral, 1944-1952
  10 Sermons, holy eucharist, 1914-1916
  11 Sermons, holy eucharist, 1920s
  12 Sermons, holy eucharist, 1933, 1944-1946
  13 Sermons, holy eucharist, 1947-1952
  14 Sermons, life of christ, 1917
  15 Sermons, matrimony, 1919
  16 Sermons, matrimony, 1931
  17 Sermons, matrimony, 1947
  18 Sermons, ten commandments (Lenten series), 1918
Box Folder
46 1 Sermons, Virgin Mary, 1928, 1935-1936, 1948-1953
  2 Speeches, 1915, 1918
  3 Speeches, 1922
  4 Speeches, 1923
  5 Speeches, June 1924, November 1925
  6 Speeches, 1927
  7 Speeches, May-September 1928
  8 Speeches, 1929-1930
  9 Speeches, April-May 1931
  10 Speeches, September-October 1931
  11 Speeches, November-December 1931
  12 Speeches, January-April 1932
  13 Speeches, May-June 1932
  14 Speeches, September-December 1932
  15 Speeches, February-June 1933
  16 Speeches, July-September 1933
  17 Speeches, October-December 1933
  18 Speeches, [c. 1933]
  19 Speeches, March 1934
  20 Speeches, May 1934
  21 Speeches, July-August 1934
  22 Speeches, November 1934
  23 Speeches, [c. 1934]
  24 Speeches, January 1935
Box Folder
47 1 Speeches, April 1935
  2 Speeches, July 1935
  3 Speeches, September-December 1935
  4 Speeches, [c. 1935]
  5 Speeches, 1936
  6 Speeches, 1937
  7 Speeches, January 1938
  8 Speeches, 1939
  9 Speeches, April 1942
  10 Speeches, September 1943
  11 Speeches, November 1943
  12 Speeches, January-July 1944
  13 Speeches, August-December 1944
  14 Speeches, 1945
  15 Speeches, April-July 1946
  16 Speeches, August 1946
  17 Speeches, September-November 1946
  18 Speeches, January-March 1947
  19 Speeches, April-October 1947
  20 Speeches, February 1949
  21 Speeches, August-September 1949
  22 Speeches, 1950
  23 Speeches, April-June 1951
  24 Speeches, August-November 1951
  25 Speeches, January-May 1952
  26 Speeches, June 1952
Box Folder
48 1 Speeches, September-November 1952
  2 Speeches, January 1953
  3 Speeches, February-May 1953
  4 Speeches, undated
  5 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes and schedules, 1937-1940
  6 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (1), "The Right and Necessity of Organization", [c. 1937-1938]
  7 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (2), "Wages and Hours in the United States", [c. 1937-1938]
  8 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (3), "Labor Union, Company Town and Unfair Labor Tactics", [c. 1937-1938]
  9 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (4), "The Wagner Act and the Little Wagner Acts", [c. 1937-1938]
  10 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (5), "The AFL and the CIO", [c. 1937-1938]
  11 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (6), "The American Labor Movement", [c. 1937-1938]
  12 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (6), "Labor and Government", [c. 1937-1938]
  13 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (7), "Process of Organizing and Bargaining", [c. 1937-1938]
  14 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (8), "Mediation and Arbitration", [c. 1937-1938]
  15 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (9), "Strikes", [c. 1937-1938]
  16 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (10), "Women in Industry", [c. 1937-1938]
  17 Summer School of Social Action, lecture notes (11), "Church and Industry", [c. 1937-1938]
  18 Summer School of Social Action, lecture summary book, volume 1, July 1937
  19 Summer School of Social Action, lecture summary book, volume 2, July 1937
Box Folder
49 1 Summer School of Social Action, lecture summary book, volume 1, July-August 1938
  2 Summer School of Social Action, lecture summary book, volume 2, July-August 1938
  3 Summer School of Social Action, lecture summary book, volume 3, July-August 1938
  4 Summer School of Social Action, lecture summary book, volume 4, July-August 1938
  5 Thomas Blantz Accession, William Winters correspondence, 1938-1939, 1955-1963
  6 Vocational instruction, pamphlets, 1930s-1940s
  7 Wisconsin Catholic Clubwomen, magazine, January 1932
  8 World Alliance for International Friendship Through Churches, conference program, November 1931
Box Folder
50 OS Research notecards, 1920-1930
Box Folder
51 OS Research notecards, [c. 1930s-1940s]
                       
Series 3: Government Service, 1917-1947 (79 boxes)
Subseries 3.1 contains materials related to Haas's public service work for the state of Wisconsin. It documents his role as mediator for a Milwaukee newspaper wage dispute in 1923-1924 and his position on the Wisconsin Labor Relations Board from 1937-1939. This subseries includes correspondence, transcripts, contracts, clippings, and other materials related to the WLRB's arbitration efforts. They are organized alphabetically.
Subseries 3.2 contains materials related to Haas's positions on the NRA, NLB, and the first NLRB (1934-1935). It documents the work of the NRA code authority and the creation of the NRA codes. The brief efforts of both the National Labor Board and the first National Labor Relations Board at labor arbitration are included in this subseries. The subseries includes correspondence, hearing transcripts, reference materials, reports, press releases, clippings, daily reports, and internal communications. The materials are organized alphabetically.
Subseries 3.3 contains Haas's position on the Labor Policies Board of the WPA. It includes correspondence, internal communications, meeting minutes, and reports. The materials are organized alphabetically.
Subseries 3.4 contains Haas's efforts as a roving arbitrator and on wage and industry committees. The materials include records from specific arbitration efforts as well as general materials kept for reference. It also includes Haas work on industry wage and hour committees. This subseries is comprised of correspondence, notes, clippings, reports, general published reference materials, and reference materials used for specific arbitration efforts. The materials are arranged alphabetically. The files related to specific arbitration efforts are alphabetized initially by company name and the industry committee work by industry.
Subseries 3.5 contains materials related to Haas's presence as the federal government observer to ILO meetings in 1939 and 1944. It includes drafts of committee work, reports, and correspondence. It is organized alphabetically initially by meeting location (Havana, Cuba, or Philadelphia, PA).
Subseries 3.6 documents Haas's work on the Committee on Long Range Work Relief. It includes correspondence, meeting minutes, and drafts of reports. The materials are organized alphabetically.
Subseries 3.7 contains materials created while Haas was on the FEPC. It includes clippings, correspondence, investigation summaries, press releases, and transcripts of the FEPC's extensive hearings on the railroad industry. The materials are organized alphabetically.
Subseries 3.8 maintains the records of Haas's tenure of the PCCR. It includes internal memos, correspondence, hearing proceedings, and reference materials. The materials are organized alphabetically.
Subseries 3.9 contains labor newspapers, original newspaper headlines from the Minneapolis Teamsters strike, oversized materials, ephemera, and original documents removed from the collection. Copies of these materials are maintained in the main body of the collection.
Subseries 3.1: Wisconsin Labor Relations, 1917(1937-1939)1939 (4 boxes)
Box Folder
52 1 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration agreement, 1917
  2 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration award, December 1924
  3 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration correspondence, 1924
  4 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration proceedings, April 1921
  5 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration proceedings, August 27, 1923
  6 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration proceedings, October 1923
  7 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration proceedings, December 4, 1924
  8 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration proceedings, December 1924
  9 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, publishers brief, August 1924
  10 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, publishers brief, November 1924
  11 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, publishers exhibits, [c. 1924]
  12 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, publishers rebuttal, August 1923
  13 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, publishers rebuttal, December 1924
  14 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, union brief, 1924
  15 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, union exhibits, [c.1923]
  16 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, union exhibits, [c. August 1924]
  17 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, union rebuttal, [c. 1922]
  18 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, arbitration, union rebuttal, 1924
  19 Milwaukee Typographical Union Local #23, contract, 1925
  20 Simplex Shoe Company versus Wisconsin Federation of Labor (WFL), court decision, October 1933
Box Folder
53 1 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration, clippings, May 2-4, 1938
  2 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration, clippings, May 5-June 28, 1938, January 1940
  3 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration, correspondence, May 1937-January 1939
  4 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration, Max Babb (Pres., Allis-Chalmers) press release, May 8, 1938
  5 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, contract proposal, contract, 1938
  6 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, CIO News, May 6, 1940
  7 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Allis-Chalmers--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration, CIO News (Allis-Chalmers issues), June 25, 1938
  8 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Amalgamated Assocation of Street, Electrical Railway and Coach Employees, Division #998 vs Milwaukee Railway and Light Company, Union of Public Employees brief, 1937
  9 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), analysis of Supreme Court's decision on National Labor Relations Board, by Wisconsin Federation of Labor (WFL), [c. 1937]
  10 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), board meetings, memos, agendas, 1937-1939
  11 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), cases handled statistics, June-October 1938
  12 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), clippings, 1937
  13 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), clippings, 1938
  14 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Congress of industrial Organizations (CIO) testimony to board, May 20, 1937
  15 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), contracts, 1937-1938
  16 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, April 1, 1937
  17 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, May 1937
  18 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, June 1937
  19 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, July 1937
  20 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, August 1937
  21 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, September 1937
  22 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, October 1937
  23 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, November 1937
  24 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, December 1937
  25 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, January 1938
  26 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, February-March 1938
  27 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, May-June 1938
  28 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, July 1938
  29 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, August 1938
  30 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, September 1938
  31 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, October 1938
  32 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, November 1938
Box Folder
54 1 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, December 1938
  2 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, January 1939
  3 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, February 1939
  4 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), correspondence, March, October 1939
  5 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Edwin Witte, "The Present Labor Situation," speech to Office Management Association of Chicago, May 18, 1937
  6 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), expense reimbursement forms, October-November 1937
  7 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), analysis by Harold Story, January 12, 1939
  8 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Folding Furniture arbitration, notes, August 1937
  9 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Harnicshfeger Corporation arbitration, correspondence, phone conservation notes, November-June 1939
  10 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Hotter Construction Company Job at Holy Hill, picketing flyer, April 1937
  11 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), labor disputes report, Milwaukee area, May-June 1937
  12 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), labor disputes report, Milwaukee area, July 1937
  13 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), labor disputes report, Milwaukee area, August-September 1937
  14 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), letterhead, [c. 1937]
  15 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), meeting notes, April 26-28, 1937
  16 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), meeting notes, May-June 1937
  17 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), meeting notes, October-November 1937
  18 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, agreement draft, October 1938
  19 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, clippings, September 1938
  20 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, clippings, October 3-5 , 1938
  21 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, clippings, October 6-10, 1938
  22 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, correspondence, October 1938
  23 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, notes, [c. September-October 1938]
  24 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Nash-Kelvinator arbitration, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Locals 58, 72, and 75, phone conversation notes, September-October 1938
  25 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), new cases lists, July-December 1938
  26 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), New York State Labor Relations Board, election ballot/announcement, July-August 1937
  27 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Oshkosh Woodwork arbitration, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners Local #2363, report (draft), June 1937
  28 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), public announcement drafts, 1937-1938
  29 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), resignation from Wisconsin Labor Relations Board, Haas al Voyta Wrabetz affidavits, February 1939
  30 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), rules and regulations, May 1937
  31 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), "State Labor Relations Boards," Haas speech, International Association of Governmental Labor officials, September 14-16, 1937
  32 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), state labor relation laws (New York, Pennsylvania, Utah, and Massachusetts), 1937
  33 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Union of the Public Utility Employees (Wisconsin), constitution, comment on, [c. 1935]
  34 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), United Automobile Workers (UAW) Federal Local #19059, investigation, summary, correspondence, June 1935
  35 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), United States Department of Labor industrial disputes form, [c. 1937]
  36 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), wall calendar with notations, April-June 1937
  37 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Wisconsin Labor Relations law, 1937
  38 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Wisconsin Labor Relations law, analysis, procedures, 1937
  39 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Wisconsin Recovery Program, program, November 27, 1935
Box Folder
55 1 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Wisconsin Unemployment Compensation Act and Age Discrimination Act, 1935, 1937
  2 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), Yahr-Lange Drug Company, employee complaint, [c. 1937]
  3 Wisconsin Labor Relations Board (WLRB), "Rural Relief Changes in Wisconsin," report, February 1937
  4 Wisconsin Recovery Administration, correspondence, March-May 1936
  5 Wisconsin State agencies and federal departments, meeting report, November 27, 1935
  6 Wisconsin Trade Practice Committee, correspondence, April-September 1936
  7 Wisconsin Trade Practice Committee, minutes, reports, April-September 1936
Subseries 3.2: National Recovery Administration (NRA), 1933-1937 (32 boxes)
Box Folder
55 8 Amalgamated Clothing Workers (ACWA), flyers, newsletters, 1934-1935
  9 American Federation of Labor (AFL) executive secretary report, August 25, 1934
  10 Commerce Department report, "Code-Sponsoring Trade Associations", July 1935
  11 Conference of Progressive Leaders, minutes, April 1935
  12 Conference on Labor Legislation, United States Department of Labor, list of attendees, resolutions, committee reports, February 14-15, 1934
  13 Conference on Labor Legislation, United State Department of Labor, correspondence, agenda, September-October 1935
  14 "Consumers' Guide," newsletter published by Consumers' Counsel of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, July 9, 1934
  15 Division of Press Intelligence, "Press Intelligence Bulletin," press survey, January 6, 1934
  16 Division of Press Intelligence, "Press Intelligence Bulletin," press survey, January 19, 1934
  17 Executive orders (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) related to the National Industrial Recovery Administration, July-September 1933
  18 Executive orders (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) related to National Industrial Recovery Act, October-November 1933
  19 Executive orders (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) related to the National Industrial Recovery Act, December 1933
  20 Executive orders (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) related to National Industrial Recovery Act, January-May 1934
  21 Executive orders (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) related to National Industrial Recovery Act, June-September 1934
  22 Federal Reserve Bank legislation, United States senate bill, 1934
  23 Forrester, Rose Yates, biography, [c. 1933]
Box Folder
56 1 Green, William, statement before the finance committee of the United States Senate on the National Recovery Administration, March 29, 1935
  2 Hearing on employment policy, "Population and Geographical Differentials in Approved Codes," speech by Edward Flore, January 30, 1935
  3 Hosiery Workers, wage report, "Earnings of Full-Fashioned Hosiery Workers in Union Mills in 1932", June 1933
  4 Hours reduction report, by F. J. Dillon (Amercian Federation of Labor organizer) to Employment Policy hearing, January 30, 1935
  5 House Bill 7659, analysis by Haas, [c. 1934]
  6 Illinois Department of Labor, "Review of the Industrial Situation in Illinois", December 1933
  7 Industrial overcapacity report, Division of Economic Research, United States Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, August 1932
  8 Industry output and work statistics, 1933-1935
  9 International Labor Organization (ILO), "Summary of Foreign Labor Legislation", 1934-1935, [c. 1936]
  10 International Ladies Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), flyer on National Industrial Recovery Act, [c. 1933]
  11 "Judicial Veto," by A. G. McKnight (director of litigation, National Industrial Recovery Act), speech, [c. 1933]
  12 "Just Price in a Functional Economy," article by Bernard Dempsey, September 1935
  13 Labor Fact Finding Service, "National Industrial Recovery Act Labor Facts," bulletin, July 1933
  14 "Labor on the March," series of articles on National Recovery Administration (NRA), September 1934
  15 "Labor Productivity in the Manufacturing Industry," by Alexander Sachs, June 8, 1933
  16 National Child Labor Committee, correspondence, 1933-1935
  17 National Emergency Council report, "Public Attitude toward the National Recovery Administration Program", April 11, 1934
  18 National Labor Board (NLB), Airline Pilots arbitration, statistics and agreement, [c. October 1933]
  19 National Labor Board (NLB), anthracite coal industry, production of accident statistics, [c. 1933]
  20 National Labor Board (NLB), Bituminus Coal Labor Board, decisions, January-February 1934
  21 National Labor Board (NLB), Bituminus Coal Labor Board, decisions, May 1934
  22 National Labor Board (NLB), Bituminus Coal Labor Board, decisions, May 1934
  23 National Labor Board (NLB), Bituminus Coal Labor Board, decisions, June-August 1934
  24 National Labor Board (NLB), cases pending list, February 5, 1934
  25 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, September-October, 1933
  26 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, November-Decmber 1933
  27 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, January 1934
  28 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, February 1-15, 1934
  29 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, February 17-28, 1934
Box Folder
57 1 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, March 1934
  2 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, April 1934
  3 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, May 1934
  4 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, June 1934
  5 National Labor Board (NLB), correspondence, July-September 1934
  6 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, November 9-29, 1933
  7 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, December 1933
  8 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, January 1934
  9 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, February 2-16, 1934
  10 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, April 20-30, 1934
  11 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, May 1934
  12 National Labor Board (NLB), daily report, June 1-July 2, 1934
  13 National Labor Board (NLB), decisions, August-November 1933
  14 National Labor Board (NLB), decisions, February-March 1934
  15 National Labor Board (NLB), decisions, May 1934
  16 National Labor Board (NLB), decisions, June 1934
  17 National Labor Board (NLB), decisions, pamphlet, August 1933-March 1934
  18 National Labor Board (NLB), executive session minutes, April 26-June 7, 1934
  19 National Labor Board (NLB), Imperial Valley (Los Angeles area) agricultural labor report, February 11, 1934
  20 National Labor Board (NLB), Industrial Relations Boards and Labor Complaints Committees, report, August 1934
  21 National Labor Board (NLB), meeting agendas, May 3-June 21, 1934
  22 National Labor Board (NLB), Milwaukee Electric Railway strike, clippings, June 25-30, 1934
  23 National Labor Board (NLB), Milwaukee Electric Railway strike, correspondence, agreement draft,notes, March-July 1934
  24 National Labor Board (NLB), Milwaukee Utility strike, article, September 1934
  25 National Labor Board (NLB), National Longshoremen's Board, arbitration, September 25, 1934
  26 National Labor Board (NLB), New York boot and shoe strike, report and analysis, November 1934
  27 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases and announcements, [c. August-December 1933]
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58 1 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, January 17-31, 1934
  2 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, February 1-6, 1934
  3 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, February 8-17, 1934
  4 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, February 19-26, 1934
  5 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, March 1-8, 1934
  6 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, March 8-15, 1934
  7 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases (Haas speech to Senate Labor Committee), March 15, 1934
  8 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, March 16-30, 1934
  9 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, April 2-16, 1934
  10 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, April 18-30, 1934
  11 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, May 1-11, 1934
  12 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, May 14-22, 1934
  13 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, May 23-31, 1934
  14 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, June 1-11, 1934
  15 National Labor Board (NLB), press releases, June 12-July 12, 1934
  16 National Labor Board (NLB), principles established through decisions, August 21, 1934
  17 National Labor Board (NLB), schedule of hearings, October 31, 1933-June 18, 1934
  18 National Labor Board (NLB), section 7(a) analysis by Milton Handler, National Labor Board General Counsel, [c. 1934]
  19 National Labor Board (NLB), statements of purpose and jurisdiction, August, November 1933
Box Folder
59 1 National Labor Board (NLB), summary of activities, [c. June 1934]
  2 National Labor Board (NLB), Senate Bill 2926, Committee on Education and Labor, hearing transcripts, March 1934
  3 National Labor Board (NLB), Senate Bill 2926, 1934
  4 National Labor Board (NLB), Weirton Steel Company controversy, National Association of Manufacturers statement, December 28, 1933
  5 National Labor Board (NLB), Weirton Steel Company, Haas statement, April 1934
  6 National Labor Board (NLB), Western Kentucky Coal cases before the National Labor Board, United Mine Workers memo, [c. 1934]
  7 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Bendix Products--United Automobile Workers (UAW) Federal Local #18347, circuit court of appeals, union brief, January 1935
  8 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), correspondence, July 1934-May 1935
  9 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), daily reports, August 28-October 31, 1934
  10 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), daily reports, November-December 1934
  11 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), daily reports, January 1935
  12 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Edwin Witte speech to Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, "Should Government Foster Organization of Labor", May 10, 1935
  13 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), labor complaints analysis by E. Christopher Meyer, October 1934
  14 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), National Labor Relations Board legislation creation, June 1934
  15 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, agreements, ballot, negotiations, July-August 1934
  16 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, chronology with exhibits, August 28, 1934
  17 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 18, 1934
  18 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 19, 1934
  19 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 20, 1934
  20 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 21, 1934
  21 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 22, 1934
  22 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 28-29, 1934
  23 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 30, 1934
  24 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, July 31, 1934
  25 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 1, 1934
  26 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 2, 1934
  27 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 3, 1934
Box Folder
60 1 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 4, 1934
  2 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 5, 1934
  3 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 6, 1934
  4 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 7, 1934
  5 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 8, 1934
  6 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 9, 1934
  7 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 10, 1934
  8 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 11, 1934
  9 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 12, 1934
  10 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 13, 1934
  11 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 14, 1934
  12 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 15, 1934
  13 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 16, 1934
  14 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 17, 1934
  15 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 18, 1934
  16 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 19-20, 1934
  17 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 21, 1934
  18 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 22, 1934
  19 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 23, 1934
  20 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, August 27-31, 1934
  21 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, clippings, September 4-November 7, 1934
  22 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, correspondence, July 16-30, 1934
  23 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, correspondence, August 3-September 6, 1934, October 19, 1934
  24 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, correspondence (received while in Minneapolis), July-August 1934
  25 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), MInneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, hotel and phone expenses, July-August 1934
  26 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, magazine with article on strike, July-September 1934
  27 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, notes, [c. July-August 1934]
  28 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Minneapolis Teamsters strike, Teamster Local #574, notebook, notes, July-August 1934
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61 1 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), July 10-August 9, 1934
  2 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), August 19-24, 1934
  3 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), August 24-September 26, 1934
  4 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), October 2-29, 1934
  5 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), November 1934
  6 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), November 1934
  7 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), December 1934
  8 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), December 1934
  9 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), January 1935
  10 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), February 1935
  11 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), March 1935
  12 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases (mostly NLRB decisions), March 1935
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), administrative orders (Hugh Johnson), #1-35, November 20, 1933-May 18, 1934
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), administrative orders (Hugh Johnson), #36-60, May 28, 1934-July 2, 1934
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), administrative orders (Hugh Johnson), #61-75, July 10, 1934-August 20, 1934
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), administrative orders (Hugh Johnson), #76-91, August 20, 1934-September 22, 1934
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), advertising specialty industry, industry code proposals, August 22, 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), advertising typographers, industry code proposals, August 24, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), "A Guide to Commodities and Services under Approved Code of Fair Competition," pamphlet, 1934
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), air transport industry, industry code proposals, amendments, 1933, 1935
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), "Alignment of Industries and Trades for Industrial Self Government," report by George Brady, October 1934
Box Folder
62 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), aluminum industry, industry code proposals, correspondence, report, 1933-1934
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), american glassware industry, correspondence, industry code proposal, union brief, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), appointment notice, June 19-July 3, 1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), architects, industry code proposals, August 25, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), art needlework association, industry code proposals, August 19, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), automobile industry, industry code proposals, AFL brief, report, 1933-1935
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), automobile tires, price study report, November 1934
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), baking industry, industry survey, analysis, 1935
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bankers, correspondence, August 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), barber and beauty culture industry, industry code proposals, August 23, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), "Basic Code of Fair Competition," pamphlet, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bicycle manufacturers industry, industry code proposals, August 23, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bills, article, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code proposals, 1933-1934
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, Coal Producers Association of Illinois code report, July 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, statement of John Lewis (United Mine Workers) on the coal code, August 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, Northern Coal Control Association and Smokeless and Appalachian Coal Association code report, July 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, report on coal production and output, February 1934
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1-34), August 9, 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 35-51), August 9, 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 52-74), August 9, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 75- 108), August 9, 1933
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 109-142), August 9, 1933
Box Folder
63 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearings transcripts (pp 143-154), August 9, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1001-1034), August 10, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 1035-1058), August 10, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, coder hearing transcripts (pp 1059-1092), August 10, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1093-1109), August 10, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1110-1126), August 10, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1127- 1136), August 10, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 2001-2034), August 11, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 2035-2065), August 11, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 2066-2099), August 11, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), bituminous coal industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 2100-2142), August 11, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), blanket code interpretations, [c. 1933]
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), blouse manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, August 15, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), book manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, July 12, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, correpsondence, 1933-1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, hearing transcripts, volume 1, September 12, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, hearing transcripts, volume 2, September 13, 1933
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64 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, report on the functioning of the code, July 1935
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, hearing announcement, notes, industry survey, 1933-1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, United States Department of Labor, Women's Department report on shoe industry in New Hampshire, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, labor advisory board proposals, February 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, industry statistics, September 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, industry code proposals, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), boot and shoe manufacturing industry, labor code proposals, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), brewing industry, industry survey, statements, notes, 1933-1935
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), buff and polishing wheel industry, industry code proposal, [c. 1933]
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), builders supplies trade industry, code, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Business and Labor Standards Committee report on state NRA activities, July 15, 1935
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), business furniture industry, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), "Business Press Summary," NRA news survey, September 1933-January 1934
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), button jobbers industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), can manufacturing industry, industry survey, 1933-1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cap and closure industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), carpet and rug manufacturing industry, industry survey, 1933-1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cast iron soil pipe industry, industry code proposals, industry survey, 1933-1935
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cement industry, industry survey, [c. 1933]
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cigar industry, correspondence, survey, 1933-1935
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), city directory industry, industry code proposals, August 18, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), clock manufacturing industry, code, February 26, 1935
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coat and suit industry, industry proposal, International Ladies Garment Workers Union (ILGWU) proposal, industry survey, 1933-1935
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coat and suit industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 1-34), July 20, 1933
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coat and suit industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 35-64), July 20, 1933
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coat and suit industry, code hearing transcript, (pp 66-115), July 20, 1933
  27 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code analysis, editing, pp 1-30, August 1933
  28 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code analysis editing, pp 31-50, [c. 1935]
  29 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code analysis editing, pp 52-80, [c. 1935]
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65 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code analysis editing, pp 81-114, [c. 1935]
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code analysis editing, pp 121-187, [c. 1935]
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code approval and deputy administration list, October 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code authority, Group III, meeting minutes, agenda, March 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code changes, April 1, 1935
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code compliance analysis, November 8, 1934
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code departure report, [c. 1936]
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code exemptions, small employers, statement, August 6, 1934
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code meeting, schedule A, notes, July 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code meeting, notes, (1 of 2), [c. 1933-1935]
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code meeting notes, (2 of 2), [c. 1933-1935]
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code summaries by subject, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic commerce, November 4, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), codes, miscellaneous, [c. 1933-1935]
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), codes, probable national or sub-divisional codes, division six, October 25, 1934
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code, recent and classified, July 5, 7, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coffee industry, code amendments, 1935
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coin operated machine manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), coke manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), commercial fixture manufacturers industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), commercial printing industry, industry proposals, [c. 1933]
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), commercial refrigerator industry, code, [c. 1933]
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), commercial vehicle body industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1937
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Committee to Report Changes in Labor and Trade Practice Standards, findings, notes, [c. 1935]
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Committee to Report Changes in Labor and Trades Practice Standards, report drafts, correpsondence, June 1935-January 1936
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Committee to Report Changes in Labor and Trade Practice Standards, survey data, report, March 1936
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), complaint to the president under section 3 (d) of National Industrial Recovery Act, August 7, 1933
  27 National Recovery Administration (NRA), company unions, code changes, [c. 1933]
  28 National Recovery Administration (NRA), congratulatory letters to Haas on his NRA-Labor Advisory Board appointment, June-August 1933
  29 National Recovery Administration (NRA), construction industry, correspondence, industry code proposal, industry survey, 1933-1935
  30 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cooking and heating appliances manufacturing industry, industry service, notes, 1933-1935
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66 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), copper and brass mill products industry, industry code proposals, August 19, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), copper custom smeltings and refining industry, industry code proposals, August 19, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), corn refining industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), corporation returns by industrial groups, 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), corset and brassiere industry, code, industry code proposals, July-August 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correction bulletins, code corrections, September 1933, February-March 1935
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, June 19-22, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, July 6-19, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, July 20-31, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, August 1-15, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, August 16-31, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, September 5-14, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, September 19-21, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, October 9-19, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, November 1-20, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, December 21-22, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, January 3-February 1, 1934
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, February 3-27, 1934
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, March 1-30, 1934
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, April 2-26, 1934
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, May 16-July 30, 1934
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, August 30-September 25, 1934
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, October 11-31, 1934
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, November 21-30, 1934
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, December 6-13, 1934
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, January 5-29, 1935
  27 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, February 5-26, 1935
  28 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, March 5-30, 1935
  29 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, April 2-24, 1935
  30 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, May 6, 1935
  31 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, May 9-31, 1935
  32 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, June 1-25, 1935
  33 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, July 2-August 1, 1935
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67 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, August 3-28, 1935
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, September 6-14, 1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, October 9-25, 1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, November-December 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, January-May 1936
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), correspondence, [c. 1933-1935]
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA),cotton garment industry, correspondence, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcript (pp 1-47), June 27, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcript (pp 40-71), June 27, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcript (pp 1-34), June 28, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 35-68), June 28, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 69-102), June 28, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 103-136), June 28, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1-34), June 29, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 35-73), June 29, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1-37), June 30, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, industry code proposal, approval, June-July 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, AFL brief, June 28, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, correspondence, notes, industry survey, proposals, 1933-1935
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, Bureau of Labor stastic report on wages from July 1933-August 1934 (part 1), February 1935
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68 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), cotton textile industry, Federal Trade Commission report (part 2), September 1934
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), carpet padding industry, industry proposals, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), stone, sand, gravel, and slag industries, industry proposals, industry survey, 1933-1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), distributors of industrial suppliers and machine industry, industry code proposals, August 18, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "A Prologue to Prices", October 25, 1934
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "A Prologue to Prices", October 25, 1934
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Child Labor Control under the NRA", March 1936
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Employment and Unemployment, 1929-1935", March 1936
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Introduction", March 1936
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "List of Work Materials", [c. 1936]
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Migration of Selected Industries as Influenced by Area Wage Differentials in Codes of Fair Competition", February 1936
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Minimum Price Regulation Under Codes of Fair Competition", March 1936
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "NRA and Industrial Homework", March 1936
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69 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "NRA Policies, Standards, and Code Provisions on Basic Weekly Hours of Work", March 1936
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "The Owner-Operator Problem and the NRA", March 1936
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Policy in the Control of Wages Under NRA: Introduction and Minimum Wage Policy", March 1936
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Policy on Wages Below the Minimum", March 1936
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Policy on Wages Above the Minimum Under the NIRA", March 1936
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Posting of Labor Provisions Under the NRA", March 1936
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Safety and Health Work Under the NRA", February 1936
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Section 7(a): Its History, Interpretation, and Administration", March 1936
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Section 7(a): Its History, Interpretation, and Administration", March 1936
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Wages and Hours in American Industry, NRA Source Material", March 1936
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70 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Division of Review report, "Wage Trends in Prosperity and Depression Prior to NRA", March 1936
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), dress manufacuring industry, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), dry and polishing mop industry, industry code proposals, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), dyeing and cleaning industry (NYC area), statement, September 9, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 1-34), July 19, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 35-69), July 19, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 70-103), July 19, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA),electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 104-137), July 19, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 138-165), July 19, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA),electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 166-199), July 19, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 200-140), July 19, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 1000-1034), July 21, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, code hearing transcripts, (pp 1035-1060), July 21, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electrical manufacturing industry, industry and labor proposals, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA),electrical manufacturing industry, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), electric storage and wet primary battery industry, industry code proposal, August 18, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), fabricated metal products industry, industry survey, 1933-1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), farm equipment industry, industry survey, 1933-1935
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), fertilizer industry, report, January 1935
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), file manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, August 11, 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), fishing tackle industry, correspondence, industry code proposal, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), flat glass distributing industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), food and grocery distributing trade industry, industry code change suggestions, July 31, 1933
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), fur dyeing industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), fur liners industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), furniture manufacturing, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  27 National Recovery Administration (NRA), gasoline pump industry, industry code proposal, August 14, 1933
  28 National Recovery Administration (NRA), gas operating utility industry, industry code proposal, August 1933
  29 National Recovery Administration (NRA), gear manufacturing industry, proposed code changes, May 1933
  30 National Recovery Administration (NRA), general labor provision and the labor advisory council report, May 23, 1935
  31 National Recovery Administration (NRA), glass container manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, August 18, 1933
  32 National Recovery Administration (NRA), goldfish industry, industry code proposal, 1933
  33 National Recovery Administration (NRA), graphic arts finishing industry, industry code proposal, 1933-1935
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71 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), greeting card industry, industry code proposal, August 22, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hearings on employment provisions of codes of fair competition, John L. Lewis (CIO) statement, January 30, 1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hearings on employment provisions of codes of fair competition, press memos, Januray 30-February 2, 1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hearings on employment provisions of codes of fair competition, speakers lists, January -February 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hearings on employment provisions of codes of fair competition, "The Consumer Interest in Employment Policy," statement by Thomas Blaisdell, January 30, 1935
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), piping and air conditioning division of the construction industry, industry code proposal, August 25, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), "History of the General Code Authority," general code offices, September 1935
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hot ring industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hosiery industry, industry code proposal, survey, notes, 1933-1935
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), hotel, restaurant, and soda fountain quipment industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Hugh Johnson conference transcript, September 6, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Hugh Johnson, statement to US Senate Committee on Finance, April 18, 1935
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), ice industry,industry survey, 1933-1935
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), National Industrial Conference Board, Blackwell Smith (NRA general counsel) address, July 16, 1935
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), investment bankers, code amendment, 1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), iron and steel industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1-34), July 31, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), iron and steel industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 35-68), July 31, 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA),iron and steel industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 69-85), and Robert Lamont statement, July 31, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), iron and steel industry, code, July-August 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), iron and steel industry, AFL statement on code, [c. 1933]
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA),code analysis corrections by Frances Perkins, July 31, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), code report, November 16, 1933
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72 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), iron and steel industry, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), kalamein indusry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), knitting industry, industry code proposal, [c. 1933]
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Labor Advisry Board, internal report (by Solomon Barkin), October 1934-April 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Labor Advisory Board, meeting minutes, August-September 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Labor Advisory Board, meeting minutes, November 1934
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Labor Advisory Board, meeting minutes, December 1934
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lace manufacturing industry, code and code modification, August 14, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), laundry industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), leather industry, industry code proposal, August 11, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), leather and woolen knit glove industry, industry code proposal, August 26, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), legislation, 1933-1935
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lime industry, correspondence, industry code proposal, 1933-1934
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), limited price industry, industry survey, notes, 1933-1935
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), litigation memos, December 18, 1933-January 31, 1934
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), litigation memos, February 2-April 15, 1934
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lithographic industry, correspondence, April 23, 1934
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts, July 20, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts, July 21, 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts, July 22, 1933
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73 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts, July 24, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts, July 25, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts, July 26, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1-44), July 20, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 45-78), July 20, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 79-94), July 20, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1000-1052), July 21, 1933
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74 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1053-1086), July 21, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 1087-1120), July 21, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 2000-2051), July 22, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 3000-3051), July 24, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 3052-3074), July 24, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 3075-3108), July 24, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 3109-3136), July 24, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 4001-4034), July 25, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 4035-4068), July 25, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 4069-4088), July 25, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 4089-4128), July 25, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 5001-5034), July 26, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 5035-5066), July 26, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 5067-5100), July 26, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing transcripts (pp 5101-5140), July 26, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing supplement, [c. 1933]
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, industry code, August, December 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, industry code proposal, July, September 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, correspondence, notes, 1933-1934
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, code hearing report, July 20, 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), lumber and timber products industry, production control report, [c. 1934]
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75 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), manufacturing pharmaceutical and biological industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), marble contracting industry, industry code proposal, August 25, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), medium and low priced jewelry industry, correspondence, notes, industry survey, 1933-1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), men's clothing industry, industry survey, 1933-1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), men's ready-to-wear clothing industry, industry code proposal, July 19, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), men's neckware industry, industry code proposal, NRA reports, 1933, 1936
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), metal lath manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), milk sugar industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), millinery industry, industry code proposal, July 22, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), mining, bureau of mines resolution, United Mine Workers (UMW), press releases, [c. 1932-1934]
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), model code outline guide, suggestions, 1933-1934
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), mopstick industry, code, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), motion pictures industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), motion picture laboratory industry, industry code proposal, August 18, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), motor vehicle retailing idustry, correspondence, industry survey, 1933-1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), national coal merchants, code proposals, October 16, 1934
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), national public housing conference, "Public Housing Progress, " newsletter, November 1934, March, April 1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), national rayon weaving industry, industry code proposal, July 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), national retail industries, code proposals, 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), national share travelers association, code proposals, constitution, 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), natural gas industry, industry code proposal, August 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), newsprint industry, industry code proposal and great northern paper company, statistics, 1933-1934
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, June-July 1933
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, August 1933
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, September 1933
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, October 1933
  27 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, November 1933
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76 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, January-February 1934
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, May-October 1934
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), notice of NRA hearings, January-March 1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office memorandum, November 2, 1933-April 9, 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office memorandum, April 10, 1934-May 31, 1934
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office memorandum, June 1-29, 1934
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office memorandum, July 3-31, 1934
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office memorandum, August 14-30, 1934
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office memorandum, September 6-October 8, 1934
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office orders, September 15, 1933-March 26, 1934
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office orders, March 30, 1934-July 10, 1934
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office orders, July 11, 1934-August 31, 1934
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), office workers, survey and NRA impact, [c. 1935]
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), oil burner industry, code and amendment, August, October 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), oil industry, industry code proposal, July 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), optical wholesale trade, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), paint, varnish, and lacquer manufacturing, industry survey, 1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), painting, wallpaper, and decorating, correspondence, industry code proposal, August 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), paper and pulp industry, code, industry survey, correspodence, November 1933-September 1934
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), paper distributing industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), periodical publishers industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), personnel and telephone directory, library contents list, 1933, 1935
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 1-8, 1933
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 9-12, 1933
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 14-18, 1933
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 19-22, 1933
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77 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 23, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 24, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 25-28, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, August 29-31, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, September 5-7, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, September 10-15, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petition to the administrator for an NRA code change, September 16-30, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petroleum industry, code, industry code proposal, July-August 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), petroleum industry, gasoline price study, November 1, 1934
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), photographic dealers industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), photographic industry, industry code proposal, July 27, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), photo-engraving industry, correspondence, March 20, 1934
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), pile fabrics, flat fabrics, and woven drapery fabrics, code, [c. 1933]
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), playing card industry, correspondence, October 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), plumbing fixtures industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), population differentials in codes, [c. 1935]
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), pottery industry, industry code proposal, August 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), power piping industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), precious jewelry producing industry, industry and union code proposals, notes, code, 1933-1935
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), preserved folliage and wreath industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), president's statement outlining NRA policies, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), January 1-12, 1933
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), September 21-24, 1933
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), September 25-29, 1933
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), October 8-10, 1933
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78 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), October 11, 29, 30, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), November 10-24, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), December 8, 15, 22, 29, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), January 16, 18 19, 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), February 18-20, 1934
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), March 25-31, 1934
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), April 1-5, 1934
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), April 8-20, 1934
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), May 8-16, 1934
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), June 22-28, 1934
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), July 1-2, 1934
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), September 19, 1934
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), October 23, 1934
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), December 11-18, 1934
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), December 19-29, 1934
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), December 30-January 7, 1935
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), January 8-14, 1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), January 15-22, 1935
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), January 28-31, 1935
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), February 1-9, 1935
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79 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), February 10-26, 1935
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), March 8-23, 1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), March 31-April 17, 1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), May 15-29, 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), June 6-8, 1935
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), October 19-28, 1935
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press digest (press research section), November 1-8, 1935
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, June 20-25, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, June 26-30, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 5-9, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 10-16, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 17-22, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 24-25, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 26-29, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 30, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, July 31, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 1-3, 1933
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80 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 3-4, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 5-7, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 8-10, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 11-14, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 15-16, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 17-18, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 19, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 21-22, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 23-25, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 26, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 27-28, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, August 29-31, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 1-6, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 7-9, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 11-13, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 14-18, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 19-22, 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 23, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 25-26, 1933
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81 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, September 27-30, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 1-3, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 4-5, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 6, 1933
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 7-8, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 9-10, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 11-12, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, October 13-24, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 2-7, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 8, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 9-10, 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 11-15, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 16, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 17, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 18-20, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 21-22, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 23, 1933
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82 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 24-December 5, 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, December 15-22, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, December 27-29, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 5-10, 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 11-19, 1934
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 4-22, 1934
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, March-July 1934
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, November 10-December 13, 1934
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, December 14-19, 1934
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, December 20-21, 1934
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, December 22, 1934
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, December 24-31, 1934
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 1-4, 1935
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 5-8, 1935
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 9-10, 1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 11-16, 1935
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 17-19, 1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 21-23, 1935
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 24-26, 1935
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, January 27-31, 1935
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83 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 2-4, 1935
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 5-7, 1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 8-9, 1935
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 11-12, 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 15-18, 1935
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 19-20, 1935
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 23-27, 1935
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, February 28-March 4, 1935
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, March 5-9, 1935
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, March 11, 1935
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, March 21-23, 1935
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, March 26, 1935
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, March 28-31, 1935
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, April 1-4, 1935
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, April 13-17, 1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), press releases, April 22-May 22, November 8, 1935, 1935
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), public utility division, correspondence, April 1, October, 1934
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), quarry and finishing, code supplement, [c. 1934]
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), rayon and synthetic yarn producing industry, industry code proposal, July 18, 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), regulations on procedures for NRA compliance boards, September 1933
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), rendering industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), report of the deputy administrator, code announcements, [c. August-September, 1933]
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division, Leon Henderson statement, "Price Provisions in Codes", January 9, 1935
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84 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Abstract of Speeches and Classification of Statments Made in Group III Conference", March-April 1934
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Abstract of Speeches and Classification of Statements Made in Group IV Conference", March-April 1934
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Accounting Provisions of Approval Codes", March 27, 1934
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Basic Hour Provisions of Approved Codes", April 20, 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Code Provisions Affecting Capitol Investment in Industry", February 26, 1934
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, concentration of corporate control in industry, March 1935
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Geographical Wage Districts in Approved Codes", April 14, 1934
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Hours, Wages, and Employment under the Codes", January 1935
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Hours, Wages, and Employment under the Codes", January 1935
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Hours, Wages, and Employment under the Codes", January 1935
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Machine and Plant Hour Limitations", February 24, 1934
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Minimum Price Provisions of Approval Codes", March 26, 1934
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Open Price Provisions of Approval Codes", February 24, 1934
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Overtime Provisions in Approved Codes", March 27, 1934
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Production Allocation and Control Provisions", February 26, 1934
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Report on Changes in Wholesaling and Retailing Between 1929 and 1933", [c. 1935]
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Report on the Operation of the NIRA", February 1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Report on the Operation of the NIRA", February 1935
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85 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), Research and Planning Division report, "Tubulations of Labor Provisions in Codes Approved by August 8, 1934", January 1935
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail drug, correspondence, industry survey, 1933-1935
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail dry goods, department, specialty shops, and other retail establishments, code changes, [c. 1934]
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail jewelry industry, correspondence, industry survey, 1933-1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail lumber and building materials industry, code hearing transcripts, August 16, 1933
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail lumber and building materials industry, code hearing transcripts, August 18, 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail lumber and building materials industry, industry code proposals, August 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail lumber and building materials industry, correspondence, industry survey, 1933-1935
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail lumber and building materials industry, code changes, notes, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail solid fuel industry, correspondence, 1934
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail trade, industry survey, 1935
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail trade, industry code proposals, [c. 1933]
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail trade, NRA report on company stores and scrip systems, 1934
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), retail trade, NRA report on company stores and scrip systems, 1934
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), rubber tire industry, industry code proposal and industry survey, 1933, 1935
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), salt industry, code hearing transcripts, August 14, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), salt industry, code hearing transcripts, August 14, 1933
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), salt producing industry, industry code proposal, August 1, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), sanitary milk bottle closure industry, industry code proposal, November 29, 1933
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), schedule of NRA hearings, August 1933
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86 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), schedule of NRA hearings, September 1933
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), schedule of NRA hearings, October 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), schedule of NRA hearings, November 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), schedule of NRA hearings, January, October, December, 1934
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), schedule of NRA hearings, January-April 1935
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), scientific apparatus industry, industry code proposal, August, November 1933
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), seventh-day adventists institutions, industry code proposals, August 23, 1933
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), sex discrimination in codes, [c. 1935]
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), ship building and ship repairing industry, industry code proposal and industry survey, 1933, 1935
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), silk textile industry, industry survey, notes, 1935
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), silk (and rayon) industry, Bureau of Labor statistics report on wages from April 1933-August 1934 (part II), March 1935
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), silk (and rayon) industry, Federal Trade Commission report, September 1934
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), small arms and ammunition industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), subcontracting and piece work in the codes, 1933
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), summary sheet, NRA publication lists, December 17-31, 1934
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), tea industry, industry code proposal, August 18, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), telegraph communications, correspondence, January 21, 1934
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), telegraph industry, industry code proposal and correspondence, 1933-1934
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), territorial wage differents, report, [c. 1933]
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), textile bag industry, industry code proposal, August 18, 1937
  21 National Recovery Administration (NRA), textile batik industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  22 National Recovery Administration (NRA), textile manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, August 18, 1933
  23 National Recovery Administration (NRA), thread and cordage industry, Federal Trade Commission report, 1935
  24 National Recovery Administration (NRA), throwing industry, industry code proposal, industry survey, 1933, 1935
  25 National Recovery Administration (NRA), tile, brick, and stone industry, industry code proposal, August 21, 1933
  26 National Recovery Administration (NRA), tire patch industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
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87 1 National Recovery Administration (NRA), tobacco industry, correspondence, NRA study, 1933, 1936
  2 National Recovery Administration (NRA), toys and playthings industry, industry code proposals, August 23, 1933
  3 National Recovery Administration (NRA), transit industry, industry code proposal, August 15, 1933
  4 National Recovery Administration (NRA), travel expense vouchers, March-April 1935
  5 National Recovery Administration (NRA), trucking industry, labor explanations of code, [c. 1933]
  6 National Recovery Administration (NRA), undergarment industry, industry code proposal, industry survey, 1933, 1935
  7 National Recovery Administration (NRA), underwear industry, industry survey, notes, 1935
  8 National Recovery Administration (NRA), United Commercial Travelers of America, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  9 National Recovery Administration (NRA), used textile bag industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  10 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wall paper industry, industry code proposal, code change, 1933
  11 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wet mop manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, November 1933
  12 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wholesalers of jewelry and watch makers, industry code proposal, August 18, 1933
  13 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wholesale dry goods, industry survey, 1935
  14 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wholesale food and grocery, industry survey, notes, 1935
  15 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wholesale monumental granite industry, industry code proposal, August 19, 1933
  16 National Recovery Administration (NRA), women's belt manufacturing industry, industry code proposal, August 24, 1933
  17 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wood cased lead pencil industry, industry survey, 1935
  18 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wool stock industry, industry code proposal, August 23, 1933
  19 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wool textile, industry code proposal, notes, industry survey, 1933-1935
  20 National Recovery Administration (NRA), wool trade, code, August 1933
  21 Parody of NRA, 1935
  22 Phone conversation with Captain Robert, memo based on, January 7-8, 1936
  23 Prison labor, competition complaints, [c. 1934]
  24 Re-employment program, president's program, [c. 1933]
  25 Roosevelt, Franklin D., correspondence, 1933-1935
  26 Saint Louis Building Trades company union, memo by Frank Walker, National Emergency Council, April 1934
  27 San Fransisco Typographical Union, flyer, April 1933
  28 Schecter case analysis, Thomas Reed Powell, August 1935
  29 Section 7(a), "Six Questions and Answers About Section 7-A," by Francis Haas, speech, January 16, 1935
  30 "Social Effects of Production Control in Codes," article draft by Art Myers, [c. 1934]
  31 "Some Governmental Aspects of Regional Planning," article by George Radcliffs, April 1934
  32 Unemployment tax and relief, notes, drafts, 1933-1935
  33 "Wages Differentials and Wage Scales under NIRA," James Hook, speech, March 5, 1934
  34 Wagner, Robert F., speeches, press releases, 1934-1935
  35 Women, labor laws by state, [c. 1934]
  36 Women's Bureau, United States Department of Labor, male/female wage comparison, June 1934
  37 Women's Trade Union League, "Life and Labor," bulletin, March 1935
Subseries 3.3: Work Progress Administration, 1935-1938 (5 boxes)
Box Folder
88 1 Agricultural Adjustment Administration, "The Impact of Technology, Henry Wallace remarks (Current Information Statement), August 1936
  2 American Federation of Labor, Building Trades Department, proceedings, union list, 1936
  3 Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation, press release, October-December 1935
  4 Executive Orders (FDR) related to relief, March-June 1935
  5 Executive Orders (FDR) related to relief, July-August 1935
  6 Executive Orders (FDR) related to relief, September-November 1935
  7 Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Alabama, land lord-tenant relations, November 14, 1935
  8 Federal Emergency Relief Administration, funding statistics, 1933-1935
  9 Federal Emergency Relief Administration, On Relief, book, May 1935
  10 Federal Emergency Relief Administration, relief reports, 1935-1937
  11 Federal Emergency Relief Administration, research program, report, December 1934
  12 Federal Emergency Relief Administration, "Subject Index of FERA Research Bulletin," list, November 30, 1935
  13 "Labor Relations Reporter", June 6, 1938
  14 Michigan employment report, October 1936
  15 Milwaukee county WPA, "The First Year of Women's and Professional Projects," report, [c. 1938]
  16 "Red Paint," newsletter published by CPUSA, Federal Arts Project Unit, April 1938
  17 Southern Conference for Human Welfare, conference flyers, November 20-23, [c. 1938]
  18 Unemployment compensation laws, analysis, November 1936
  19 Workers Alliance of America, labor relations proposal, [c. 1937]
  20 Works Progress Administration (WPA), administrative orders (Harry Hopkins), June-July 1935
  21 Works Progress Administration (WPA), administrative orders (Harry Hopkins), August-September 1935
  22 Works Progress Administration (WPA), administrative orders (Harry Hopkins), October-December 1935
  23 Works Progress Administration (WPA), administrative orders (Harry Hopkins), February, July 1936, May 1937
Box Folder
89 1 Works Progress Administration (WPA), adjustment in monthly earnings schedule, August-October 1935
  2 Works Progress Administration (WPA), bulletins, announcements to state WPA offices, September-December 1935
  3 Works Progress Administration (WPA), child assistance, WPA report, December 1935
  4 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, March-December 1935
  5 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, January-April 1936
  6 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, May 1936
  7 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, June 1936
  8 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, July 1936
  9 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, August 1936
  10 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, September 1936
  11 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, October-November 1936
  12 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, December 1936
  13 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, January 1937
  14 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, February-March 1937
  15 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, April 1937
Box Folder
90 1 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, May 1937
  2 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, June-July 1937
  3 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, August 1937
  4 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, September-October 1937
  5 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, November-December 1937
  6 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, January-February 1938
  7 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, March-April 1938
  8 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, May 1938
  9 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, June 1938
  10 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspodence, July-September 1938
  11 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, October-November 1938
  12 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, December 1938
  13 Works Progress Administration (WPA), correspondence, January-November 1939
  14 Works Progress Administration (WPA), cost of living differences, report, May 1936
  15 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Detroit Public Health Service Strike and arbitration, correspondence, notes, March 1937
  16 Works Progress Administration (WPA), "Digest of Policies, Reports, and Other Publications," Division of Information and Publication (WPA), November-Decmber 1935
  17 Works Progress Administration (WPA), "Digest of Policies, Reports, and Other Publications," Division of Information and Publication (WPA), April-October 1936
  18 Works Progress Administration (WPA), expense payments, vouchers, correspondence, travel authoritization, August -September 1935, January -December 1936
  19 Works Progress Administration (WPA), expense payments, vouchers, correspondence, travel authoritization, April-November 1936, January 1937
  20 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, June-July 1935
  21 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, August 1935
  22 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, September 1935
  23 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, October 1935
Box Folder
91 1 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, November 1-15, 1935
  2 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, November 18-30, 1935
  3 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, December 3-7, 1935
  4 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, December 10-31, 1935
  5 Works Progress Administration (WPA), form letters correspondence to state WPA offices, February 1936, September 1938
  6 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Georgia, public welfare and constitution provisions report, October 1936
  7 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, administration exhibits and statements, 1937-1938
  8 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, award, March 12, 1938
  9 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, correspodence and flyers, February-March 1938
  10 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, hearing transcripts, February 28, March 23, 1938
  11 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, hearing transcripts (copy), February 28, March 2-3, 1938
  12 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, meeting notes, [c. February 1938]
  13 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Greenberg, Bernhard, WPA arbitration case, union exhibits, 1937-1938
  14 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Hopkins, Harry (WPA administrator), statement to the special committee to investigate unemployment, April 18, 1938
  15 Works Progress Administration (WPA), job refusal report, December 1935
  16 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Labor Policies Board, meeting minutes, July-August, December 1935, April 1936
  17 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Labor Policies Board, notes, procedures, announcements, clipping, [c. 1935-1939]
  18 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Labor Policies Board, report on funding, June 1938
  19 Works Progress Administration (WPA), meeting notes, [c. 1936-1937]
Box Folder
92 1 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Missouri, public welfare and constitutional provisions report, October 1936
  2 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Nels Anderson, (Director Labor Relation Section of WPA), speeches on WPA, April, May 1938
  3 Works Progress Administration (WPA), old age assistance laws, WPA report, December 1935
  4 Works Progress Administration (WPA), operating procedure, "Allocation of Occupations to Monthly Earnings", July 1936
  5 Works Progress Administration (WPA), Pecan Workers Union Local #172, agreement, 1938
  6 Works Progress Administration (WPA), press releases, September-November 1936, January-May 1938
  7 Works Progress Administration (WPA), relief trends from January-February 1936, June 1936
  8 Works Progress Administration (WPA), "Report on Progress of the Works Program," report, March 1937
  9 Works Progress Administration (WPA), safety bulletins to WPA offices, November-December 1935
  10 Works Progress Administration (WPA), staff notebook (part 1), [c. 1936-1937]
  11 Works Progress Administration (WPA), staff notebook (part 2), [c. 1936-1937]
  12 Works Progress Administration (WPA), white collar WPA organizations, conference, [c. November 1938]
  13 Works Progress Administration (WPA), white collar workers conference, speech, October 31, 1936
  14 Works Progress Administration (WPA), "Workers' Handbook," WPA pamphlet, [c. 1936]
Subseries 3.4: Arbitration and Mediation Files, 1933-1946 (25 boxes)
Box Folder
93 1 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration transcripts, July 11, 1941
  2 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, arbitration transcripts (copies), July 11, 1941
  3 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, clippings, December 30, 1940-January 31, 1941
  4 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, clippings, February 1-24, 1941
  5 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248 clippings, March 3-31, 1941
  6 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, clippings, April 1-28, 1941
  7 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, clippings, May-August, 1941
  8 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, company proposals, 1940, 1946
  9 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, contracts, 1937-1939, 1941
  10 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, correspondence, January 1941
  11 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, correspondence, February-November 1941
  12 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, correspondence, September 1946, January 1947
  13 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, grievance decisions, July 1941
  14 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, grievance decisions (copy), July 1941
  15 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, Milwaukee Sentinel reprints on CP, September-October 1946
Box Folder
94 1 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, notes, 1941
  2 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, pamphlets, [c. 1940-1943]
  3 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, reimbursement vouchers, receipts, November 1940-April 1941
  4 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, union proposal, September 1946
  5 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, UAW contracts, 1939-1940
  6 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, West Allis, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #248, WLRB decisions, April, May 1941
  7 American Association for Labor Legislation, correspondence, speech, 1939-1943
  8 American Can Company arbitration, Chicago, United Steel Workers (USW) Locals # 1478 and 2041, arbitration materials, articles, 1941-1942
  9 American Can Company arbitration, Chicago, United Steel Workers (USW) Locals #1478 and 2041, reimbursement vouchers, receipts, October-November 1941
  10 American Federation of Labor (AFL), bussiness survey, April-September 1936
  11 American Federation of Labor (AFL), labor relations commission bill draft, January 1937
  12 American Shipbuilding Company arbitration, Cleveland, International Union of Marine Shipbuilding Workers Union (IUMSWA), arbitration materials, 1942
  13 American Shipbuilding Company arbitration, Cleveland, International Union of Marine Shipbuilding Workers Union (IUMSWA), correspondence, June-July 1942
  14 American Shipbuilding Company arbitration, Cleveland, International Union of Marine Shipbuilding Workers Union (IUMSWA), reimbursement vouchers, June-August 1942
  15 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, Miller-Tydings amendment repeal, attorney general statement, February 10, 1941
  16 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, January-February 1940
  17 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, May-September 1940
  18 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, October-December 1940
  19 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, January 1941
Box Folder
95 1 Anti-trust laws, Unites States Department of Justice, press releases, February 1941
  2 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, May-September 1941
  3 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, October 1941
  4 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, January 1942
  5 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, April-December 1942
  6 Anti-trust laws, United States Department of Justice, press releases, January-February 1943
  7 Anti-trust laws, Unites States Department of Justice, press releases, March-November 1943
  8 Arundel and Consolidated Engineering Company arbitration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, clippings, September 1940
  9 Arundel and Consolidated Engineering Company arbitration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, correspondence, September 1941-May 1942
  10 Arundel and Consolidated Engineering Company arbitration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, notes, 1942
  11 Arundel and Consolidated Engineering Company arbitration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, reimbursement and receipts, September-October 1941
  12 Arundel and Consolidated Engineering Company arbitration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, reports, October 1940, September 1941
  13 Axton Fisher Tobacco Company arbitration, Tobacco Workers' International Union, correspondence, December 1935-February 1936
  14 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, appointment certificate, July 1941
  15 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, average hourly earnings report, July 15, 1939
  16 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Boot and Shoe Workers Union brief, [c. 1940]
  17 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Brotherhood of Shoe and Allied Craftsmen brief, [c. 1940]
  18 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Brown Shoe Company brief, May-June 1939
  19 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, "Business Mortality: The Shoe Manufacturing Industry," [Harvard Business Review], 1939
  20 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Chester Gross (Democrat--Pennsylvania) brief, May 25, 1939
  21 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, clippings, 1939-1941
  22 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, correspondence, May 1937-March 1939
Box Folder
96 1 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, correspondence, April-May 1939
  2 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, correspodence, June-August 1939
  3 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, correspondence, September-November 1939
  4 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, correspondence, January-April 1940, July-August 1941
  5 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, cost of living report, May 31, 1939
  6 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, court decisions, 1939-1940
  7 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Daly Brothers Shoe Company brief, [c. 1939]
  8 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, earnings and hearings report, August 1939
  9 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, earnings and hours report, pp 1-69, August 1939
  10 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, earnings and hours report, pp 70-133, August 1939
  11 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, economic statistics, [c. 1939-1941]
  12 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 1-79, August 1-3, 1939
  13 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 80-156, August 1-3, 1939
  14 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), 1938
  15 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #1), pp 1-80, May 25, 1939
  16 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #1), pp 81-160, May 25, 1939
Box Folder
97 1 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #1), pp 161-248, May 25, 1939
  2 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #2), pp 1-69, May 26, 1939
  3 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #2), pp 70-119, May 26, 1939
  4 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #2), pp 120-184, May 26, 1939
  5 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #3), pp 1-59, May 27, 1939
  6 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #3), pp 60-117, May 27, 1939
  7 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hearing transcripts (vol #4), supplement, May 25-27, 1939
  8 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Horace Davis (Simmons College) brief, [c. 1940]
  9 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hosiery industry committee transcripts, February 23, 1939
  10 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, hosiery industry report, March 7, 1939
  11 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, industry committee regulations, November 1918
  12 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, industry definition drafts, [c. 1940]
  13 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, industry earnings, wages and hours report, August 1941
  14 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, International Shoe Company brief, May 25, 1939
  15 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Kaut-White Shoe Company statement, [c. 1939]
  16 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, labor productivity article, 1939
  17 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, leather industry minimum wage report, April 1940
  18 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, meeting transcripts, April 4, 1939
  19 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, meeting transcripts, April 25, 1941
Box Folder
98 1 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, member lists, [c. 1941]
  2 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, men's-wear industry hours and earnings report, June 1938
  3 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Milius Shoe Company brief, May 25, 1939
  4 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, minimum wage article (American Shoemaking), May 1939
  5 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, minimum wage recommendations report, November 1939
  6 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, minimum wage recommendations report, March 1940, August 1941
  7 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Mississippi Valley Shoe Company brief, May 1939
  8 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, National Boot and Shoe Manufacturers Association briefs, May, December 1939
  9 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, New England Shoe and Leather Association brief, May 1939
  10 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, notes, 1939-1941
  11 Boot and Shoe industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, preliminary report, April 4, 1939
  12 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, press releases, March-December 1939
  13 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, press releases, January-May 1940
  14 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, press releases, January-October 1941
  15 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Pulp and Paper industry report, March 1940
  16 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, regulation of the shoe industry report (1914-1918), May 1941
  17 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, report (part 1), pp 1-80, July 26, 1939
  18 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, report (part 1) pp 81-131, July 26, 1936
  19 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, report (part 2), July 26, 1939
  20 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, Textile Workers Organization Committee (TWOC) brief, February 1939
Box Folder
99 1 Boot and Shoe Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, transportation cost report, July 26, 1939
  2 Budd Manufacturing arbitration, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #813, correspondence, May-June 1942
  3 Budd Manufacturing arbitration, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #813, exhibits, May-June 1942
  4 Budd Manufacturing arbitration, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #813, National Labor Recovery Board (NLRB) decision and brief, 1942
  5 Budd Manufacturing arbitration, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local #813, notes, 1942
  6 Building Trades Union aribtration, Rochester, New York, brief, [c. 1935]
  7 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, correspondence, March-May 1943
  8 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, minimum wage report, March 1943
  9 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, minimum wage report, March 1943
  10 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, notes, 1943
  11 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, press releases, December 1942-March 1943
  12 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, reimbursement voucher, reports, March-June 1938
  13 Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables Industry Committee, transcripts, March 17, 1943
  14 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, clippings, 1941
Box Folder
100 1 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, company publications and flyers, 1941
  2 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, correspondence, May-August 1941
  3 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local # 105, contract, June 1941
  4 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, National War Labor Board (NWLB) press release, July 5, 1942
  5 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, negotiation reports, April-May 1941
  6 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, notes, 1941
  7 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, reimbursement voucher, receipts, May-July 1941
  8 Caterpillar Tractor Company arbitration, Peoria, Illinois, United Farm Equipment Workers Union (FE) Local #105, reports, May-July 1941
  9 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, brief, August 1938
  10 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, clippings, March-September 1938
  11 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, company statements, February 1940
  12 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, contracts, 1938
  13 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, correspondence, May-November 1938
  14 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, court decisions, September 1938
  15 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, exhibits, 1938
  16 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, notes, 1938
  17 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, reimbursement voucher, August-September 1938
  18 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, report, November 2, 1938
  19 Chicago and North Shore Electric arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, Railway Union, Division 900, telephone conversation transcripts, September 1938
  20 Cigar Manufacturers of Tampa arbitration, Tampa, Florida, Cigar Makers International Union (CMIU), arbitration award, agreement, 1933, 1935
  21 Cigar Manufacturers of Tampa arbitration, Tampa, Florida, Cigar Makers International Union (CMIU), cigar manufacturers meeting notes, September 25, 1935
  22 Cigar Manufacturers of Tampa arbitration, Tampa, Florida, Cigar Makers International Union (CMIU), correspondence, September-October 1935
Box Folder
101 1 Cleveland Newspaper Publishers arbitration, Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Mailers Union Local #12, arbitration notes, 1943
  2 Cleveland Newspaper Publishers arbitration, Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Mailers Union Local #12, arbitration awards, report, January-March 1943
  3 Cleveland Newspaper Publishers arbitration, Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Mailers Union Local #12, correspondence, December 1942-March 1943
  4 Cleveland Newspaper Publishers arbitration, Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Mailers Union Local #12, employment and payroll statistics, 1941-1942
  5 Cleveland Newspaper Publishers arbitration, Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Mailers Union Local #12, reimbursement vouchers, reciepts, 1942-1943
  6 Closed shop, statment, 1936
  7 Committee for Economic Development, CED Digest, newsletter, 1947
  8 Committee for Economic Development, national policy statements, February 1947
  9 Committee for Economic Development, national policy statements, 1949
  10 Committee for Economic Development, national policy statements and addresses, 1950
  11 Committee for Economic Development, national policy statement, 1951
  12 Consumer finances, Federal Reserve System surveys, 1947, 1949
  13 Consumer finances, Federal Reserve System surveys, 1950-1951
  14 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, arbitration awards, August 1944, February 1946
  15 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, correspondence, October 1944, 1946
  16 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, department exhibits #1-10, 1946
Box Folder
102 1 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, department exhibits #11-28, 1946
  2 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, Detroit Charter and Manual, 1944, 1945
  3 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, maintenance division rules, 1943-1944
  4 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, notes, 1946
  5 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, proposal comparisons, January 1946
  6 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, transcripts (meeting proceedings), February 11, 1946
  7 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, transcripts (meeting proceedings), February 12, 1946
  8 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, transcripts (meeting proceedings), February 13, 1946
  9 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, transcripts (meeting proceedings), February 14, 1946
Box Folder
103 1 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, transcripts (meeting proceedings), February 15, 1946
  2 Detroit Street Railway arbitration, Detroit, Michigan, State, County and Municipal Workers Union (SCMW) Local #312, union exhibits, 1946
  3 Eastern Box Company arbitration, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Paper Box and Miscellaneous Workers' Union Local #481 (Printing Pressmen's Union), contract, 1941
  4 Eastern Box Company arbitration, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Paper Box and Miscellaneous Workers' Union Local #481 (Printing Pressmen's Union), correspondence, March, November 1941
  5 Eastern Box Company arbitration, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Paper Box and Miscellaneous Workers' Union Local #481 (Printing Pressmen's Union), NLRB court decisions, [c. 1938-1939]
  6 Eastern Box Company arbitration, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Paper Box and Miscellaneous Workers' Union Local #481 (Printing Pressmen's Union), NLRB decisions and press releases, March-April 1941
  7 Eastern Box Company arbitration, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Paper Box and Miscellaneous Workers' Union Local #481 (Printing Pressmen's Union), notes, 1941
  8 Eastern Box Company arbitration, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Paper Box and Miscellaneous Workers' Union Local #481 (Printing Pressmen's Union), reports, June 1941, November 1942
  9 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, arbitration materials (notes), 1939
  10 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, clippings, October-November 1939
  11 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, correspondence, August-November 1939
  12 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, labor relations report on the Inland Waterways Corporation, 1939
  13 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, labor relations report notes/draft, 1939
  14 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, labor relations report notes, 1939
  15 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, notes, 1939
  16 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, reciepts, August 1939
  17 Federal Barge Lines arbitration, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) emploment policy report, [c. 1937]
  18 Federal Reserve Board, Federal Reserve Bulletin, pamphlet, August 1936
  19 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, clippings, 1940
  20 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, contracts, 1940
  21 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, correspondence, May-October 1940
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104 1 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, notes, 1940
  2 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, pamphlets, flyers, 1940
  3 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, reimbursement vouchers, 1940-1941
  4 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, reports, June 1940
  5 General Tire Company arbitration, Akron, Ohio, United Rubber Workers (URW) Local #9, union report on strike, 1940
  6 George Seelman and Sons Company arbitration, summary, correspondence, June 1937
  7 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, arbitration award, February 7, 1944
  8 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, arbitration transcripts, February 25, 1944
  9 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, arbitration transcripts, February 26, 1944
  10 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, correspondence, January-March 1944
  11 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, employee exhibits, February 1944
  12 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, employer exhibits, February 1944
  13 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, notes, February 1944
  14 Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad arbitration, Mobile, Alabama, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, reimbursement vouchers, February-March 1944
  15 HB Glover arbitration, Dubuque, Iowa, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), clippings, contract, 1938
  16 HB Glover arbitration, Dubuque, Iowa, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), company and union proposals, August 1938
  17 HB Glover arbitration, Dubuque, Iowa, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), correspondence, July-August 1938
  18 HB Glover arbitration, Dubuque, Iowa, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), notes, 1938
  19 HB Glover arbitration, Dubuque, Iowa, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), voucher reimbursement form, August 1938
  20 HB Glover arbitration, Dubuque, Iowa, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), report, September 1938
  21 Heller File Company arbitration, Newcomerstown, Ohio, Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), Local #2391, clippings, July-August 1941
  22 Heller File Company arbitration, Newcomerstown, Ohio, Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), Local #2391,contract, August 1941
  23 Heller File Company arbitration, Newcomerstown, Ohio, Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), Local #2391, correspondence, July-December 1941
  24 Heller File Company arbitration, Newcomerstown, Ohio, Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), Local #2391, NLRB press release and decision, 1941
  25 Heller File Company arbitration, Newcomerstown, Ohio, Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), Local #2391, notes, July-August 1941
  26 Heller File Company arbitration, Newcomerstown, Ohio, Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), Local #2391, report, July 1941
  27 Hormel, Austin, Minnsesota, contract, earnings plan, 1939
  28 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration awards, April-June 1943, April 1944
  29 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration material (notes, statistics), 1943
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105 1 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, April 26, 1943
  2 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, April 30, 1943
  3 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, May 1, 1943
  4 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, May 2, 1943
  5 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, May 3, 1943
  6 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, May 7, 1943
  7 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, May 8, 1943
  8 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), arbitration proceeding transcript, April 10-15, 1944
  9 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), clippings, March-April 1944
  10 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), company exhibits, April 1944
  11 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), contracts, 1942-1943
  12 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), correspondence, August 1942-April 1944
  13 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), National Mediation Board (NMB) abitration guidelines, 1940
  14 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), notes, April-July 1943
  15 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), notes, April 1944
  16 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), railroad arbitration decisions, December 1935
  17 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), railroad arbitration decisions, 1938-1939
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106 1 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), railroad arbitration decisions, 1940
  2 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), railroad arbitration decisions, 1941
  3 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), railroad arbitration decisions, 1942-1943
  4 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), reimbursement vouchers and receipts, April-June 1943, April 1944
  5 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad arbitration, Utility Workers Organizing Committee (UWOC), report, March 1944
  6 Illinois Ordnance Plant arbitration, Crab Orchard Lake, Illinois, Laborer's Union, correspondence, December 1941-January 1942
  7 Illinois Ordnance Plant arbitration, Crab Orchard Lake, Illinois, Laborer's Union, notes, exhibits, 1941-1942
  8 Illinois Ordnance Plant arbitration, Crab Orchard Lake, Illinois, Laborer's Union, receipts, 1941-1942
  9 Illinois Ordnance Plant arbitration, Crab Orchard Lake, Illinois, Laborer's Union, Southern Illinois employment report, January 1941
  10 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), clippings, 1942
  11 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), contracts, 1941
  12 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), correspondence, March-August 1942
  13 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), exhibit A, August 1941
  14 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), notes, 1942
  15 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), reimbursement vouchers, map, 1942
  16 Indiana Coal Operator's Association arbitration, Terra Haute, Indiana, United Mine Workers (UMW), reports, award, 1942
  17 Indianapolis Railways arbitration, Indianapolis, Indiana, Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway, and Motor Coach Employees, Division #1070 and Association of Transit Employees, Division # 995, arbitration reports, December 1942-January 1943
  18 Indianapolis Railways arbitration, Indianapolis, Indiana, Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway, and Motor Coach Employees, Division #1070 and Association of Transit Employees, Division # 995, contracts, 1942
  19 Indianapolis Railways arbitration, Indianapolis, Indiana, Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway, and Motor Coach Employees, Division #1070 and Association of Transit Employees, Division # 995, correspondence, December 1942
  20 Indianapolis Railways arbitration, Indianapolis, Indiana, Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway, and Motor Coach Employees, Division #1070 and Association of Transit Employees, Division # 995, notes, 1942-1943
  21 Industrial homework, bill drafts, memos, [c. 1935-1937]
  22 J.I. Case arbitration, Racine, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers Union (UAW) Locals # 180, 378, and 806, arbitration materials (progress report, correspondence, press release), 1942
  23 J.I. Case arbitration, Racine, Wisconsin, United Automobile Workers Union (UAW) Locals # 180, 378, and 806, notes, 1942
  24 Labor flyers, [c. 1934-1935]
  25 Labor pamphlets, 1934
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107 1 "Labor Problem in History," (chapter 1), Dr. Peck, [c. 1935]
  2 Labor relations consultant service, reports and comments, 1939
  3 Labor Research Association, Economic Notes, newsletter, April 1936
  4 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, correspondence, January-May 1940
  5 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, employers brief, April 9, 1940
  6 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 1-69, April 8-10, 1940
  7 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 70-139, April 8-10, 1940
  8 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 140-209, April 8-10, 1940
  9 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 210-279, April 8-10, 1940
  10 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, executive session transcripts, pp 280-347, April 8-10, 1940
  11 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, industry earnings, wages, and hours report (1939), March 9, 1940
  12 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, minimum wage recomendations, April 1940
  13 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, notes, 1940
  14 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, press releases, 1939-1940
  15 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, report, pp 1-79, April 1940
  16 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, report, pp 80-156, April 1940
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108 1 Leather Industry Committee, wage and hour investigation, union briefs, 1940
  2 Lewis, John L., radio addresses, July 6, 8
  3 Marathon Rubber Products arbitration, Wausau, Wisconsin, Rubber and Woolen Workers Local #20617, clippings, 1940
  4 Marathon Rubber Products arbitration, Wausau, Wisconsin, Rubber and Woolen Workers Local #20617, contracts, 1938-1940
  5 Marathon Rubber Products arbitration, Wausau, Wisconsin, Rubber and Woolen Workers Local #20617, correspondence, September-October 1940
  6 Marathon Rubber Products arbitration, Wausau, Wisconsin, Rubber and Woolen Workers Local #20617, notes, September 1940
  7 Marathon Rubber Products arbitration, Wausau, Wisconsin, Rubber and Woolen Workers Local #20617, reimbursement voucher, September 1940
  8 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, clippings, March 1942
  9 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, correspondence, March-November 1942
  10 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, exhibits, 1942
  11 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, NLRB decisions, 1941-1942
  12 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, National War Labor Board (NWLB) press releases, February-October 1942
  13 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, notes, March, October 1942
  14 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, reimbursement vouchers, 1942
  15 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, report, March, October, 1942
  16 Marshall Field and Company arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU), Local #291, union newsletters, March-October 1942
  17 Minneapolis Electric arbitration, Minneapolis, Minnesota, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union (IBEW) Local #292, correspondence, February-March 1937
  18 Minneapolis Electric arbitration, Minneapolis, Minnesota, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union (IBEW) Local #292, clippings, 1937
  19 Minneapolis Electric arbitration, Minneapolis, Minnesota, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union (IBEW) Local #292, flyer on Minneapolis labor, [c. 1937]
  20 Minneapolis Electric arbitration, Minneapolis, Minnesota, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union (IBEW) Local #292, report, agreement, March 1937
  21 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, clippings, 1942-1945
  22 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, Congressional Record, June 22, 1942
  23 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, contracts, 1941-1942
  24 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, correspondence, 1942, 1944
  25 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, Gerald D. Reily statement, May 1944
  26 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, National War Labor Board (NWLB) press releases, 1942-1943
  27 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, notes, arbitration materials, 1942, 1944
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109 1 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, Samuel Wolchok statement, June 1944
  2 Montgomery Ward arbitration, Chicago, Illinois, United Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Employees Union (URWDSU) Local #20, union statement to National War Labor Board (NWLB), [c. 1942]
  3 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), administrative problems report, January 15, 1939
  4 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), anti-labor activities, address by David Saposs, April 11, 1938
  5 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), attacks on labor unions, report, March 19, 1937
  6 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), collective bargaining reports by David Saposs, March, October, 1937
  7 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), correspondence, 1935-1936
  8 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), correspondence, 1937-1942
  9 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), decision analysis report, [c. 1939]
  10 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, May-July 1936
  11 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, July 6-7, 1936
  12 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, July 8, 1936
  13 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, July 15-August 31, 1936
  14 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, September 1-26, 1936
  15 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, October 2-November 12, 1936
  16 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, November 12, 1936
  17 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, November 13-December 7, 1936
  18 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, December 9-18, 1936
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110 1 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, December 19-30, 1936
  2 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, January 13-February 17, 1937
  3 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, March 3-10, 1937
  4 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, March 13, 1937
  5 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, April 2-May 6, 1937
  6 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, May 19-June 11, 1937
  7 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions, June 12-30, 1937
  8 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), "Effective Collective Bargaining: Outline and Bibliography," report by David Saposs, December 14, 1938, May 1940
  9 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), "Employer Labor Policies and Activities,' report by David Saposs, March 15, 1938
  10 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Governmental Protection of Labor's Right to Organize, 1936, 1936
  11 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), independent union analysis, March 14, 1938
  12 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Inland Steel against the Steelworkers Organizing Committee (SWOC), digest of testimony, April 1938
  13 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), J. Warren Madden (NLRB chair), address, September 6, 1937
  14 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), "NLRB and Its Work," report, [c. 1938]
  15 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases, October-November 1935
  16 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases, May 20-October 31, 1936
  17 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases, November 9, 1936-April 5, 1937
  18 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases, April 6-May 22, 1937
  19 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases, May 26-June 1, 1937
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111 1 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), press releases, June 1-16, 1937
  2 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), reference list on NLRB, October 1937, October 1939
  3 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), sit-down strikes, study outline by David Saposs, March 19, 1937
  4 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), "Structure of AFL Unions," report by David Saposs, May 15, 1939
  5 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), summary of third annual report (1937-1938), [c. 1939]
  6 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), "Union-Employer Responsibility," report by Lyle Cooper, January 16, 1939
  7 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), "Union Responsibility and Incorporation of Labor Unions," report by David Saposs, February 2, 1938
  8 Perkins, Frances, correspondence, phone notes, 1934-1942
  9 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, address by Philip Fleming, September 23, 1940
  10 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, agricultural report, "An Economic Background for Agricultural Research in Puerto Rico," pamphlet, December 1939
  11 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, bay oil, rum, and aromatic industry, industry statistics, February 1941
  12 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, chairmen's introduction, [c. 1940]
  13 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, Chamber of Commerce statement, [c. 1941]
  14 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, church in Puerto Rico essay ("The Church and Reconstruction in Puerto Rico,"), [McGowan], [c. 1938]
  15 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, clippings, postcards, 1940-1941
  16 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, cocanut industry, Hills Brothers brief, January 1941
  17 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, correspondence, August-September 1940
  18 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, correspondence, October-December 1940
  19 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, correspondence, January 1941
  20 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, correspondence, February 1941
  21 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, cost of living report, [c. 1940]
  22 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, Fair Labor Standards and Emergency Relief resolutions, 1938, 1941
  23 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, fruit and fruit juice canning industry, "Fruit Canners of the World," US Commerce Department pamphlet, 1939
  24 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, fruit and fruit industry, fruit growers and canners brief, November 27, 1940
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112 1 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, fruit and fruit juice canning industry, report on industry, February 18, 1941
  2 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, full-fashioned hosiery industry, report, February 1941
  3 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, glove industry, report, findings, 1939, 1941
  4 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, Goldsmith Company statement, 1940
  5 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hairnet industry, industry statistics, February 1941
  6 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, handkerchief industry, Glendinning McLeish Company statement, [c. 1940]
  7 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hearing transcripts, pp 1-69, February 18, 1941
  8 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hearing transcripts, pp 70-159, February 18, 1941
  9 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hearing transcripts, pp 140-209, February 18, 1941
  10 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hearing transcripts, pp 210-273, February 18, 1941
  11 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hearing transcripts, pp 274-329, February 19, 1941
  12 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, hearing transcripts, pp 330-393, February 19, 1941
  13 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, Lande and Miskend Incorported statement, [c. 1940]
  14 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, Cigar Manufacturers Association of America, statement, petition, April 1941
  15 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, cigar and cigarette industry statistics, February 1941
  16 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, correspondence, March 1940-July 1941
  17 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, exhibits, April 1941
  18 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, hearing transcripts, pp 1-69, April 22-23, 1941
  19 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, hearing transcripts, pp 70-139, April 22-23, 1941
  20 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, hearing transcripts, pp 140-209, August 22-23, 1941
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113 1 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry committee, hearing transcripts, pp 210-297, August 22-23, 1941
  2 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, notes, April 1941
  3 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, tobacco producers statement, April 22, 1941
  4 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, leaf tobacco industry, United States Department of Labor report, April 1941
  5 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, mattress industry, industry statements, February 1941
  6 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, men's straw hat industry, report, brief, February 1941
  7 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, correspondence, August-October 1940
  8 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, Economic Review, January 1941
  9 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, hearing transcripts, pp 1-99, September 26-28, 1940
  10 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, hearing transcripts, pp 101-200, September 26-28, 1940
  11 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, hearing transcripts, pp 201-286, September 26-28, 1940
  12 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, Insolar Federation of Workers (CIO) statement, [c. September 1940]
  13 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, minimum wage recommendations, October 1940-April 1941
  14 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, notes, September 1940
  15 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, Puerto Rico Needlework Association statement, September 20, 1940
  16 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, report on industry, pp 1-49, September 19, 1940
  17 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, report on industry, pp 50-105, September 19, 1940
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114 1 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, needlework industry, supreme court decision, August 1937
  2 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, committee, notes, [c. 1940]
  3 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, ocean pearl butter industry, report, brief, February 1941
  4 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, press releases, August-September 1940
  5 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, press releases, October-December 1940
  6 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, press releases, January-March 1941
  7 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, press releases, April-October 1941
  8 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, Puerto Rico Labor News (magazine), October-December 1937, September-December 1938
  9 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, Puerto Rico Labor News (magazine), March-June, September-December 1939
  10 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, recommendations, February 1941
  11 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, regulations, April 1940
  12 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, reimbursement vouchers, August-November 1940
  13 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, ship passenger list, tourist brocheres, September-October 1940
  14 Puerto Rico Special Industry Committee, vegetable, fruit, and fruit juice industry, findings, March 17, 1941
  15 Ripon Advertising arbitration, Ripon, Wisconsin, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), summary, April 1930
  16 Ripon Foods arbitration, Ripon, Wisconsin, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), summary, May 1937
  17 Ripon Knitting Works arbitration, Ripon, Wisconsin, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), contracts, report, 1937
  18 Ripon Knitting Works arbitration, Ripon, Wisconsin, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), correspondence, April-June 1937
  19 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, clippings, November-December 1941
  20 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, contracts, 1937, 1941
  21 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, correspondence, November 1941
  22 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, exhibits, 1941
  23 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, notes, 1941
  24 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, reimbursement vouchers, receipts, December 1941
  25 San Francisco department store arbitration, San Francisco, California, Department Store Employees' Union Local #1100, St. Mary's football program, November 1941
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115 1 San Francisco Hotel Employers Association arbitration, San Francisco, California, San Francisco Local Joint Executive Board of Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International Alliance, employers statement, 1942
  2 San Francisco Hotel Employers Association arbitration, San Francisco, California, San Francisco Local Joint Executive Board of Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International Alliance, union brief and exhibits (1), 1942
  3 San Francisco Hotel Employers Association arbitration, San Francisco, California, San Francisco Local Joint Executive Board of Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International Alliance, union brief and exhibits (2), 1942
  4 San Francisco Hotel Employers Association arbitration, San Francisco, California, San Francisco Local Joint Executive Board of Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International Alliance, union brief and exhibits (3), 1942
  5 Shell Oil Company arbitration, Wood River, Illinois, AFL Metal Trades Department, arbitration materials, 1941-1942
  6 Shell Oil Company arbitration, Wood River, Illinois, AFL Metal Trades Department, correspondence, April 1941-June 1942
  7 Shell Oil Company arbitration, Wood River, Illinois, AFL Metal Trades Department, notes, 1942
  8 Shell Oil Company arbitration, Wood River, Illinois, AFL Metal Trades Department, reimbursement, vouchers, April-June 1942
  9 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), arbitration materials, July-September 1937
  10 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), clippings, August 12-17, 1937
  11 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), clippings, August 18-19, 1937
  12 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), clippings, August 20-September 1937
  13 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), contracts, 1937
  14 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), correspondence, July-September 1937
  15 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), notes, 1937
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116 1 Silk textile industry arbitration, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Textile Workers Organizing Committee (TWOC), receipts, August 1937
  2 Social security bills, 1935
  3 Social Security Board, correspondence, 1936
  4 Social Security Board, pamphlets, 1936-1937
  5 Social Security Board, press releases, June 1936-June 1937
  6 Social Security Board, reports, 1936
  7 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, agreement, January 1941
  8 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, clippings, 1942
  9 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, correspondence, October-December 1941
  10 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, correspondence, January 1942
  11 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, correspondence, February-March 1942
  12 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, exhibits, 1942
  13 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, notes, 1942
  14 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, reimbursement vouchers, travel arrangements, January-March 1942
  15 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, report, February 1942
  16 Sugar industry arbitration, Puert Rico, state owned sugar farms, The Land Law of Puerto Rico, 1941
  17 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, United States Department of Labor, report, June 1945
  18 Sugar industry arbitration, Puerto Rico, United States Department of Labor, report (copy), June 1945
  19 Toledo (city), Toledo, Ohio, Municipal Employees of Toledo, arbitration progress report, December 1942-January 1943
  20 Toledo (city), Toledo, Ohio, Municipal Employees of Toledo, clippings, notes, receipt, 1942
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117 1 Toledo (city), Toledo, Ohio, Municipal Employees of Toledo, correspondence, December 1942
  2 Treasury Department, reports, 1935
  3 Union Railroad arbitration, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, arbitration materials, notes, June 1943
  4 Union Railroad arbitration, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, arbitration transcripts, June 22-23, 1943
  5 Union Railroad arbitration, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, correspondence, June-July 1943
  6 Union Railroad arbitration, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, reimbursement vouchers, June 1943
  7 Union Railroad arbitration, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, report to the President, July 19, 1943
  8 United Mine Workers (UMW), arbitration decision, November 1941
  9 United States Department of Labor, correpsondence, 1936-1943
  10 United States Department of Labor, labor legislation conference, agenda, February 1934
  11 United States Department of Labor, labor legislation conference, agenda, correspondence, September-October 1935
  12 United States Department of Labor, labor legislation conference, proceedings, December 9-11, 1940
  13 United States Department of Labor, labor legislation conference, wage and price speech, November 1941
  14 United States Department of Labor, Labor Information Bulletin, November 1935-January 1936
  15 United States Department of Labor, women's bureau, correspondence, 1936
  16 Vanadium arbitration, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Local Industrial Union #953, arbitration transcripts, March 29, 1941
  17 Vanadium arbitration, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Locial Industrial Union #953, clippings, March-October 1941
  18 Vanadium arbitration, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Local Industrial Union #953, contract, June 1940
  19 Vanadium arbitration, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Local Industrial Union #953, correspondence, February-August 1941
  20 Vanadium arbitration, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Local Industrial Union #953, notes, April 1941
  21 Vanadium arbitration, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Local Industrial Union #953, report, April 23, 1941
  22 Wages, notes, [c. 1935]
  23 Wolman, Leo, article on organized labor, March-May 1936
  24 Woll, Matthew, labor cooperation paper, [c. 1936]
Subseries 3.5: International Labor Organization (ILO), 1939, 1944 (3 boxes)
Box Folder
118 1 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, address, bulletins, November-December 1939
  2 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, business cards, November 1939
  3 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, clippings, November 1939
  4 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, correspondence, November-December 1939
  5 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, delegate lists, November 1939
  6 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Immigration Committee report, November 1939
  7 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, International Labour Review, article on conference, March 1940
  8 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, minimum wage regulation report, November 1939
  9 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, notebooks, November-December 1939
  10 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, note for the delegates, November 1939
  11 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, postcards and photos, November-December 1939
  12 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, proposed standing orders, November 1939
  13 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), first sitting, November 21, 1939
  14 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), second sitting, November 21, 1939
  15 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), third sitting, November 22, 1939
  16 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), fourth sitting, November 23, 1939
  17 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), fifth sitting, November 24, 1939
  18 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), sixth sitting, November 25, 1939
  19 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), seventh sitting, NOvember 27, 1939
  20 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), eigth sitting, November 28, 1939
  21 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), ninth sitting, November 29, 1939
  22 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), ninth sitting (duplicate), November 29, 1939
  23 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, provisional record (transcript), tenth sitting, November 30, 1939
Box Folder
119 1 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, publications, constitution, November 1939
  2 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, resolutions adopted, December 2, 1939
  3 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, first report, November 1939
  4 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, second report, November 1939
  5 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, member list, November 22, 1939
  6 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, November 1939
  7 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, Brazil, November 1939
  8 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, Canada, November 1939
  9 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, Chile, November 1939
  10 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, Columbia, November 1939
  11 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, Cuba, November 1939
  12 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, Mexico, November 1939
  13 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Resolutions Committee, resolutions submitted, United States, November 1939
  14 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, schedule, November 1939
  15 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Selection Committee reports, November 1939
  16 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Social Insurance Committee, first report, November 1939
  17 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Spanish language flyers, lottery tickets, November 1939
  18 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Spanish language pamphlets, magazines, 1939-1940
  19 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, travel pamphlets, 1939
  20 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, travel receipts, reimbursement vouchers, November-December 1939
  21 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, Work of Women and Juvenile Committee, first report, November 1939
  22 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American Federation of Labor (AFL), postwar program pamphlet, April 1944
  23 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American Labor Conference on International Affairs, correspondence, proposals, April 1944
  24 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, clippings, May 1944
  25 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Committee on Items 1 and 2, May 10, 1944
  26 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Committee on Social Policy on Dependent Territories, report, speeches, November 1939
  27 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Committee on the Application of Conventions, report, April 27, 1944
  28 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, correspondence, April-May 1944
  29 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, daily bulletins (schedules), April 1944
  30 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, notes, April 1944
  31 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (#1 and #2), April 20, 1944
  32 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (trasncript), first sitting (#3), April 20, 1944
  33 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), third sitting (#4), April 21, 1944
Box Folder
120 1 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), fourth sitting (#5), April 24, 1944
  2 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), eighth sitting (#9), April 26, 1944
  3 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), tenth sitting (#11), April 29, 1944
  4 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#13 and #14), May 5-6, 1944
  5 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#16), May 8, 1944
  6 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#16--duplicate), May 8, 1944
  7 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (trasncript), thirteenth sitting (#17), May 8, 1944
  8 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#19), May 9, 1944
  9 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#20), May 10, 1944
  10 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#20-duplicate), May 10, 1944
  11 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, appendices (#24), May 12, 1944
  12 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), sixteenth sitting (#29), May 11, 1944
  13 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), sixteenth sitting (#29-duplicate), May 11, 1944
  14 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), seventeenth sitting (#31), May 11, 1944
  15 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record (transcript), nineteenth sitting (#36), May 12, 1944
  16 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provisional record, table of contents (#37), May 1944
  17 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, publications, flyer, 1944
  18 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, publications, 1944
  19 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, reimbursement forms, correspondence, 1944
  20 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Selection Committee report, April 1944
  21 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, travel materials, 1944
Subseries 3.6: National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, 1940-1941 (3 boxes)
Box Folder
121 1 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, correspondence, November 1939-January 1940
  2 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, correspondence, April-October 1940
  3 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, correspondence, December 1940
  4 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, correspondence, 1941
  5 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, correspondence, 1942-1943
  6 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, directory, February 1940
  7 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, employment bill (SB 1617), statement, July 1941
  8 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, health insurance report, August 1941
  9 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, industrial relations reports, [c. 1940]
  10 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, Lenroot-Brown recommendations, August-September 1941
  11 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, living standards report, October 1940
  12 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, November 17, 1939
  13 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, agendas, February, May 1940
  14 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, agendas, September 12-13, 1940
  15 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, agendas, October-November 1940
  16 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, agenda, December 16, 1940
  17 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, January 24, 1941
  18 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, agendas, February 27, 1941
  19 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, May 1941
  20 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, June-July 1941
  21 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, meeting minutes, August-October 1941
  22 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, press releases, November 1934, August 1941
Box Folder
122 1 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, progress reports, January-August 1940
  2 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, public aid report, December 1940
  3 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, reference source list, October 1940
  4 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, table of contents, April, October 1941
  5 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, introduction, [c. 1940]
  6 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 1 ("Why a Relief Study"), August 1940
  7 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 1 ("Pubic Aid"), June 1941
  8 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 2 ("The Problem We Face"), August 1940
  9 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 3 ("The Evolution of Policy Programs"), [c. 1941]
  10 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 3A ("The Programs Operating in 1940"), [c. 1941]
  11 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 4 ("The Relief Population"), October 1940
  12 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 9 ("The Balance Sheet"), September 1940
  13 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 14 ("Summary of Findings"), June 1941
  14 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 14 ("The Financing of Public Aid"), August 1941
  15 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 15 ("Recommendations"), December 1940, January 1941
  16 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 17 ("Public Aid Policy"), October 1941
  17 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 17 ("The Issues and Alternatives"), October 1941
  18 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 18 ("The Effectuation of Consistent Policies and Practices"), October 1941
  19 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, chapter 19 ("Recommendations on Public Policy"), October 1941
Box Folder
123 1 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report drafts, parts of chapters 6, 14, 15, July 1941
  2 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, parts of chapters 7, 12, 14, July 1941
  3 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, parts of part I and II, November 1940
  4 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, report draft, outlines, 1939-1940
  5 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, unemployment youths report, [c. 1940]
  6 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, unemployment compensation report, October 1940
  7 National Resources Planning Board, Committee on Long Range Work Relief, unemployment estimates report, October 1940
Subseries 3.7: Fair Employment Practices Commmittee, 1943 (3 boxes)
Box Folder
123 8 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), War Manpower Committee agreement, [c. 1943]
  9 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Atlanta joint terminals, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  10 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  11 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Bethlehem Steel Shipbuilding Company, investigation, July-August 1943
  12 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), candidates for FEPC, bios, 1943
  13 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), civil rights in the workplace, pamphlets, [c. 1940s]
  14 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), clippings, April-May 1943
  15 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), clippings, June 1943
  16 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), clippings, July 1943
  17 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), clippings, August-October 1943
  18 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), clippings, [c. May-October 1943]
  19 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, June 1941, January, September 1942
  20 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, January-February 1943
  21 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, May 1943
Box Folder
124 1 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, June 1943
  2 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, July 1943
  3 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, August 1943
  4 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), correspondence, September-October 1943
  5 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), criticism of FEPC, [c. 1943]
  6 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Detroit riot, correspondence, notes, June-July 1943
  7 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), discrimination bill, 1938
  8 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), executive orders, April-May 1943
  9 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Franklin D. Roosevelt, correspondence, October 1943
  10 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Georgia Railroad, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  11 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Gulf Mobile and Mobile Railroad Company, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  12 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Illinois Central Railroad Company, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  13 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), George Johnson, correspondence, speeches, 1943
  14 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), John Ryan, "The Place of the Negroes in American Society," Howard University address, March 2, 1943
  15 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), meeting minutes and agenda, July-October 1943
  16 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), meeting notes, materials, 1943
  17 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), operations bulletin #1, report, February 1943
  18 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), press releases, May-June 1943
  19 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), press releases, July 1943
  20 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), press releases, August-October 1943
  21 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), race riots, article in America, July 17, 1943
Box Folder
125 1 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, opening statement, [c. September 1943]
  2 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 1-69, September 15, 1943
  3 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 70-119, September 15, 1943
  4 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 120-187, September 15, 1943
  5 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 189-259, September 16, 1943
  6 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 260-309, September 16, 1943
  7 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 310-369, September 16, 1943
  8 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 370-419, September 16, 1943
  9 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 420-485, September 16, 1943
  10 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 459-559, September 17, 1943
  11 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 560-609, September 17, 1943
  12 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 610-675, September 17, 1943
  13 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 676-734, September 18, 1943
  14 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 740-800, September 18, 1943
  15 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 801-879, September 18, 1943
  16 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), railroad industry employment discrimination hearings, proceedings, pp 880-938, September 18, 1943
  17 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), recommendations, resolution, drafts, [c. 1943]
  18 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), religion and African Americans report ("Negroes--USA--1942"), [c. 1943]
Box Folder
126 1 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), "Report of the FEPC", May 1943
  2 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Sabbatarian case policy, [c. September 1943]
  3 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), St. Louis--San Francisco Railroad Company, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  4 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), Seaboard Railway, investigation summary, September 15-18, 1943
  5 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), speech draft, [c. 1943]
  6 Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC), "The Negro and the UMWA," Southern Economic Journal (Herber Northrop), April 1943
Subseries 3.8: President's Committee on Civil Rights, 1947 (2 boxes)
Box Folder
126 7 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), African-American police, summary, [c. 1947]
  8 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), American Jewish Committee, excerpts from PCCR report, April 24, 1947
  9 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), certificate, 1947
  10 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), Civil Rights bills, 1945-1947
  11 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), "Civil Rights in the South," Guy Johnson Statement, May 14, 1947
  12 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), Civil Rights, pamphlets, 1945, 1947
  13 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR) Civil Rights Section, statements, 1947
  14 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), correspondence, December 1946-February 1948
  15 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), discriminatory hiring practices report ("Eliminating Discriminatory Hiring Practices,") by Willima Schuck, January 31, 1946
  16 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), final report, galley proofs, 1947
  17 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), final report, To Secure These Rights, 1947
  18 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), Harry Truman, correspondence, November 3, 1947
  19 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), human rights report, May 1947
  20 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), Institute of Ethnic Affairs (John Collier), statement, May 14, 1947
  21 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), interim reports, April 1947
  22 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR) media and racial tolerence, statement by Paul Lazarsfeld, [c. 1947]
  23 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, February 1947
  24 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, March 1947
Box Folder
127 1 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, April 1947
  2 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, May 1947
  3 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, June 3-10, 1947
  4 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, June 11-19, 1947
  5 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, June 23-26, 1947
  6 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), memos, July-August 1947
  7 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), meeting minutes, February 5-6, 1947
  8 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), National Urban League statements, April 1947
  9 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), meeting notes, February-October 1947
  10 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), policy meeting, agenda book, agenda and discussion papers, June 30-July 1, 1947
  11 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), press releases, December 1946-February 1947, May 1947
  12 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 1-67, March 6, 1947
  13 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 68-109, March 20, 1947
  14 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 111-153, April 3, 1947
  15 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 154-232, April 17, 1947
  16 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 234-316, May 1, 1947
  17 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 317-367, May 14, 1947
  18 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), business section, pp 368-385, May 15, 1947
Box Folder
128 1 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 386-488, May 15, 1947
  2 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 489-600, June 30, 1947
  3 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 601-719, June 30, 1947
  4 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 720-849, September 12, 1947
  5 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 850-975, September 12, 1947
  6 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), proceedings (transcripts), pp 976-1073, September 12, 1947
  7 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), program draft, "A Program for Democracy", [c. 1948]
  8 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), questions for consultants (Walter White, Thurgood Marshall, and Lester Granger), [c. 1947]
  9 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), reimbursement forms, 1947
  10 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), staff interview with Morris Janowitz, June 13, 1947
  11 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), staff interviews with T. Anderson and Robert Magill, June 13, 1947
  12 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), subcommittee #2 hearings, proceedings (transcripts), April 1, 1947
  13 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), subcommittee #3 hearings, proceedings (transcripts), April 15, 1947
  14 President's Committee on Civil Rights (PCCR), subcommittee #3 hearings, proceedings (transcripts), April 30, 1947
Subseries 3.9: Oversized Original Items, 1933-1943 (2 boxes)
Box Folder
129 1 Labor newspapers, Communist Party--Midwest section, Workers' Voice, September 15, 1933
  2 Labor newspapers, Milwaukee and Wisconsin Industrial Union Councils, CIO-News--Wisconsin Edition, December 1940-January 1941
  3 Labor newspapers, Milwaukee and Wisconsin Industrial Union Councils, CIO-News--Wisconsin Edition, February 1941
  4 Labor newspapers, Milwaukee and Wisconsin Industrial Union Councils, CIO-News--Wisconsin Edition, March 1941
  5 Labor newspapers, Milwaukee and Wisconsin Industrial Union Councils, CIO-News--Wisconsin Edition, April 1941
  6 Labor newspapers, Milwaukee and Wisconsin Industrial Union Councils, CIO-News--Wisconsin Edition, July 1941
  7 Labor newspapers, Milwaukee and Wisconsin Industrial Union Councils, CIO-News--Wisconsin Edition, January 1942, April 1943
  8 Labor newspapers, Sheet Metal Workers' Industrial Union, Sheet Metal Worker, September 1933
  9 Labor newspapers, United Shoe Workers' Union, CIO News--Shoe Worker Edition, 1939-1941
  10 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Farmer-Labor Leader, August, October 1934
  11 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Journal, July 18-31, 1934
  12 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Journal, August 17, 1934
  13 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Journal, August 19-22, 1934
  14 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Labor Review, July-September 1934
  15 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Star, July 18-31, 1934
  16 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Star, August 1-22, 1934
  17 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Tribune, July 18-31, 1934
  18 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Tribune, August 1-14, 1934
  19 Minneapolis Teamster strike, headlines, Minneapolis Tribune, August 15-22
  20 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 1, 1934
  21 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 3, 1934
  22 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 4, 1934
  23 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 7, 1934
  24 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 8, 1934
  25 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 9, 1934
  26 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 11, 1934
  27 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 13, 1934
  28 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 14, 1934
  29 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 15, 1934
  30 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 17, 1934
  31 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 18, 1934
  32 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 21, 1934
  33 Minneapolis Teamster strike, The Organizer (Daily Strike Bulletin), August 22, 1934
Box Folder
130 OS Original letters from FDR and Harry Truman, ephemera, and placards (copies maintained in the collection), n.d.
                       
Series 4: Audio/Visual, 1904-1953 (1 box)
Series 4 includes photos from Haas's family and early life in Wisconsin, his time as a student at St. Francis Seminary, and as a priest. It includes photos donated by his niece (Dorothy Haas) and photos donated by Haas biographer Thomas Blantz. It includes all of the photos used by Blantz in the book as well as others. Finally, an acetate of a Haas sermon broadcast over the radio in 1947 and a CD copy is included
Box Folder
131 1 Allis-Chalmers arbitration, photo with Haas and business and labor representatives (1 photo), January 30, 1941
  2 Democratic Party meeting (8 photos), [c. 1912]
  3 Dorothy Hass Accession, includes photos of the ordination of Bishop Haas's nephew and Haas at the Vatican (7 photos), 1945-1953
  4 Family, Haas portraits and alone (18 photos), [c. 1890s-1930s]
  5 Family members (1 of 3--30 photos), [c. 1880s-1920s]
  6 Family members (2 of 3--30 photos), [c. 1880s-1920s]
  7 Family members (3 of 3--29 photos), [c. 1880s-1920s]
  8 Family, prints made from nitrate negatives (28 original and 26 duplicate prints), [c. 1890s-1910s]
  9 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, churches in Havana (8 photos), [c. 1939]
  10 International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference, Havana, Cuba, group photos and Haas portraits (5 photos and 2 negatives), 1939
  11 Portrait for Who's Who in America (1 photo), [c. 1942]
  12 St. Francis Seminary (40 photos), [c. 1910s]
  13 St. Francis Seminary, band and plays (15 photos), [c. 1910s]
  14 St. Therese, the Little Flower, sent by Mary Ryan (2 photos), [c. 1940]
  15 Scenic, family home and St. Francis Seminary (17 photos), [c. 1890s-1910s]
  16 Thomas Blantz Accession (1 of 2), photos used in his book, A Priest in Public Service, dustcover and between pages 170 and 171 (7 photos, 1910s-1950s
  17 Thomas Blantz Accession (2 of 2), photos not used in his book, A Priest in Public Service (11 photos), 1910s-1950s
  18 Radio sermon, CD copy, April 16, 1947
  19 Radio sermon, 3 acetates, April 16, 1947

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Bibliography

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Personal, 1904-1953

Series 2: Professional, 1911-1953

Series 3: Government Service, 1917-1947

Series 4: Audio/Visual, 1904-1953

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