Inventory of the Frank Leslie Grubbs collection

Finding aid prepared by Frank L. Grubbs and Hoover Institution Archives Staff.
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Title: Frank Leslie Grubbs collection
Date (inclusive): 1917-1974
Collection Number: 82097
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1 folder, 8 microfilm reels (1.1 linear feet)
Abstract: Microfilm copies of correspondence, minutes, and printed matter, from various sources, relating to activities of the American Alliance for Labor and Democracy and the People's Council of America in competing for labor support on the question of American participation in World War I. Used as research material for the book by F. L. Grubbs, The Struggle for Labor Loyalty (1968). Includes a few original letters written to F. L. Grubbs.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Creator: Grubbs, Frank Leslie, 1931- , collector.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Frank Leslie Grubbs collection, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1982.

Accruals

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Scope and Content of Collection

Microfilm copies of correspondence, minutes, and printed matter, from various sources, relating to activities of the American Alliance for Labor and Democracy and the People's Council of America in competing for labor support on the question of American participation in World War I. Used as research material for the book by F. L. Grubbs, The Struggle for Labor Loyalty (1968). Includes a few original letters written to F. L. Grubbs.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

American Alliance for Labor and Democracy.
People's Council of America.
Labor movement--United States.
Neutrality--United States.
World War, 1914-1918--Peace.
World War, 1914-1918--United States.

Folder 1

Letters received by Frank L. Grubbs

 

Microfilm research materials for The Struggle for Labor Loyalty

Note

Microfilm reels missing reels 1 and 7 in the numeric sequence.
Microfilm 2

The Samuel Gompers Papers, A.F. of L. Archives, AFL-CIO Building, Washington D.C.

Scope and Contents note

Inventory list from microfilm reel: AALD (American Alliance for Labor and Democracy) material

National Publicity Labor Organization

National Defense Braches

Council of National Defense

British Labor Mission

Russian Mission

Gompers and England visit

Canadian Labor

Chicago Reception for Gompers

Sadie's death

Loredeo Press

Armenian and Syrian Relief

French Relief

French Labor Mission

American Defence Society

Gompers' attempts to reach

German Labor in 1917

Executive Council Opinion of -

Greek rights

Italian Labor Commission

Japanese Labor

Polish question

Reconstruction Program

Numerous labor grievances under CND

Brititsh Mission of AFL, 1918

Reconstruction

International Labor Conference

League to Enforce Peace

Labor and Liberty Loans

Labor Grievences through CND

Walter Lippman

Labor's War Resolutions in 1917

International Trade Union- Amst.

Reconstruction Conference at White House 1919 and 1920

Reconstruction Problems

Employment and Unemployement Problems

Knoeppel Reconstruction Plan

Gompers and Senate sub-committee 1921

National Party and AALD

National Labor Journal and AALD

AALD Materials

Paul Kellogg on labor

Labor War Aims (AALD Material)

Gompers address on Fr. (AALD)

Gompers War Address and Labor (AALD)

Russian Mission

Bolshevik at Seattle

League of National Unity

Microfilm 3

The Samuel Gompers Papers, A.F. of L. Archives, AFL-CIO Building, Washington D.C.

Scope and Contents note

Inventory list from microfilm reel: International Correspondence: England Mission, 1918 Peace Conference International Congress Limitation of Armaments, 1921
Microfilm 4

The Samuel Gompers Papers, A.F. of L. Archives, AFL-CIO Building, Washington D.C.

Scope and Contents note

Inventory list from microfilm reel: 1923 Labor Problem Conference

Pan-American Federation of Labor, visits and conferences, Panama, Haiti, etc.

Gompers on Russia, 1924

Super-Power Conferences

Death of Wilson

Railroad legislation

German workers problem

Woman suffrage

Labor disputes correspondence, 1923-24

Pan-American Federation

1924 Campaign of AFL

Addresses of Gompers' colleges, 1901-1911; 1913-1920; 1921-1924

General Addresses, 1898-1924

Imperialism in 1898, NPO

Preparedness, League to England

Peace, Italian, French Speeches

Interviews and Press Statements, 1907-1924

Magazine Articles, 1901-1924

Hearings, 1899-1924

AALD- PC NLPO

Gompers' biographical material

Addresses, 1903-1924

Conferences, 1918-1924

Microfilm 5

Records of the Committee on Public Information Papers, National Archives, Washington D.C.

Scope and Contents note

Mateirals relate to the American Alliance for Labor and Democracy.
Microfilm 6

Peoples Council of America materials, from the Swarthmore Peace Collection, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore Pennsylvania

Scope and Contents note

Contains bulletins, financial statements, minutes, etc.
Microfilm 8

Morris Hillquit ppaers, State Historical Society of Wisconsin Manuscripts Division, Madison, Wisconsin

Scope and Contents note

Letters on the Peoples Council of America or Socialism only, 1917-1919.
Microfilm 9

David Starr Jordan papers, Stanford University

Scope and Contents note

Includes peace correspondence, and material on the Peoples Council of America and socialism.
Microfilm 10

America for Democracy and Peacec Pamphlet Volume, filmed by the New York Public Library, 1960

Scope and Contents note

Selected Peoples Council of America Bulletins and Council correspondence, Tamiment Institute, New York City, Peoples Council of America File