Consists of materials related to the International Longshore and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), Local 6 including: a black and
white 1936 photo of staff; a cartoon; a bound volume of all publicity generated by the ILWU Local 6 in support of the successful
1949 strike against the Distributors Association of Northern California; and two programs for ILWU events. Also includes
materials related to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, including: original and duplicate photographs, taken from
Local 85, dating from 1906 to the 1960s, depicting individual and groups of teamsters, trucks with cargo, related businesses,
and various officials and members; scattered issues of
Council News, the publication of Bay Area Teamster Warehouse Council, and
Northern California Teamster, the publication of Teamsters Joint Council 7; and miscellaneous pamphlets and programs, including
The Sebastopol Story, about the organization of the apple industry in Sebastopol, California issued by the Western Council of Cannery and Food
Process Workers Unions, and a program for the Jack Goldberger Testimonial Dinner, in 1977.
Al (Alfred W.) Addy was born in Park City, Utah into a mining family. In 1933, Addy moved to San Francisco and joined Warehouse
Union Local 6. The following year, 1934, he took part in the general strike, working on union publicity. After the strike,
Local 6 joined what is now known as the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU); Addy then went to work for the
ILWU under Jack Olsen, Publicity and Education Director. From 1934-1950, Addy organized, wrote flyers and speeches, and took
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