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Inventory of the Institute of Industrial Relations. University of California, Berkeley Records, 1888 to 1958 (Bulk: 1934 - 1958)
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Series Description

Boxes 1 - 8

Series I: Arbitrations, 1917 - 1949

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by company or industry associations. Items capitalized are titles of documents; lower case is used to describe documents.
Box-folder 1/1

Agriculture Arbitration Awards: Japanese employers and Mexican labor (union and non-union), before Arbitration Board, 1936-1937.

Additional Note

Issue: Report, 10/16/36 - contract negotiations, 8 demands; Report, 12/29/37 - appeal of award on wages; Report, 6/28/37 - wages, grievance committee.
Box-folder 1/2

Alaska Packers Ass'n/Marine Engineers Beneficial Ass'n: before Wayne Morse, 1939.

Additional Note

Issue: grievance - claim for overtime pay.
Box-folder 1/3

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co./United Auto Workers--Allis-Chalmers Workers Union Local 248: before Lloyd K. Garrison, Referee, National Defense Mediation Board, Decision, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: grievance - company failure to discipline employee for anti-union vandalism.
Box-folder 1/4

American Bedding Co., et al/Furniture Workers Union Local 1541 (Carpenters): before A. M. Kidd, Award, 1938.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 1/5

American Biscuit Co., California Cracker Co., Standard Biscuit Co./Bakery and Confectionery Workers, Local 125: before Paul Sinsheimer, Union Brief, Award, Exhibits, correspondence, pamphlets, 1926.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 1/6

American Smelting and Refining Co./Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union, Local 50: before Nat'l War Labor Board, Union Brief and Supporting Exhibits, 3/12/42.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 1/7

Apartment House Owners and Lessees Ass'n of San Francisco and Mrs. Marie M. C. McCabe/Building Service Employees Union, Local 14 and Teribon Sambojon: before Paul Eliel, Award, case files, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: grievance - claim for unpaid wages.
Box-folder 1/8

Association of General Contractors, Central California Chapter/Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters: before Paul Sinsheimer, Employer's Reply Brief, Union Brief, Union Closing Brief, Award, correspondence, clippings, 1935.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 2/1

Association of San Francisco Distributors/Warehouse Union, Local 6, ILWU: before Harry J. Rathbun, Employer's Opinion and Reply Argument, Award, 1939.

Additional Note

Issue: Master Agreement - seniority, probation, wages, hours, vacation.
Box-folder 2/2

Baxter (J.H.)/Warehouse Union, Local 6, ILWU, before Paul Eliel, case files, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: Interpretation of agreement, Section 18 - Sick Leave.
Box-folder 2/3

Blue Bird Potato Chip Co./Warehouse Union, Local 6, ILWU: before Paul Eliel, case files, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: discharge.
Box-folder 2/4

Building Owners and Managers Ass'n of San Francisco/Building Service Employees Int'l Union, Local 87: before Miller, Union's Opening Brief, Closing Brief and Award, 1939.

Additional Note

Issue: contract modification on vacation, wages.
Box-folder 2/5

Building Owners and Managers Ass'n of San Francisco/Building Service Employees Int'l Union, Local 87: before Miller, Union Exhibits, 1939.

Box-folder 2/6

Building Owners and Managers Ass'n of San Francisco/Building Service Employees Int'l Union, Local 87: before Miller, Employer Exhibits, 1939.

Box-folder 2/7

Building Owners and Managers Ass'n of San Francisco/Building Service Employees Int'l Union, Local 87: before Miller, Transcript, Vol. I, 1939.

Box-folder 3/1

Building Owners and Managers Ass'n of San Francisco/Building Service Employees Int'l Union, Local 87: before Miller, Transcript, Vol. II, 1930.

Box-folder 3/2

Certain Western Railroads/Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers: appeal of award before Federal Arbitration Board, C-266, case material, 1927-1928.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 3/3

Certain Western Railroads/Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers: appeal of award before Federal Arbitration Board, C-266, case material, 1927-1928.

Box-folder 3/4

Certain Western Railroads/Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers: Transcript of Arbitration Board, Vol. 55, Chicago, IL, 1927.

Box-folder 3/5

Doernbacher Manufacturing Co./United Furniture Workers of America: case files, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: job classifications.
Box-folder 3/6

Dried Fruit and Nut Packing/Warehouse Union, Local 6, ILWU: before Paul Eliel, 1941-1942.

Additional Note

Issue: Interpretation of agreement, Section 8 - Vacations.
Box-folder 3/7

East Bay Manufacturing Bakers Ass'n/Bakery Wagon Drivers and Salesmen's Union, Local 432: before Sinsheimer, 1930.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 3/8

Food Machinery Corp./Int'l Ass'n of Machinists: before George Cheney, Award, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: job classifications and rates of pay.
Box-folder 3/9

Grove Farm Co., Ltd. (Hawaii) & Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ass'n/ILWU Local 149, Unit 8: before Ronald B. Jamieson, 1949.

Additional Note

Issue: discontinuance of pay differential constitutes violation of contract.
Box-folder 3/10

Hagstrom's Food Stores, Inc./Warehouse Union, Local 6, ILWU: before D. Trowbridge, Award, 1938.

Additional Note

Issue: discharge.
Box-folder 4/1

Hotel Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/Unions: before Brenner, Chairman of Adjustment Board, Decision #1 - #35 (Most are signed copies), 1938.

Additional Note

Issue: retroactive pay.

See Also: San Francisco Hotel Operators
Box-folder 4/2

Hotel Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/Unions: Decisions #36 - #75.

Box-folder 4/3

Hotel Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/Local Joint Executive Board of Hotel and Restaurant Employees Int'l Alliance and Bartenders Int'l League of America: Employer's Statement and Appendices #1 - #22.

Box-folder 4/4

Hotel Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/Local Joint Executive Board of Hotel and Restaurant Employees Int'l Alliance and Bartenders Int'l League of America: before the National War Labor Board, Paul Eliel, Examiner, Proceedings, Vols. I - III and Memo in Reply to Employer's Statement, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: investigation to determine jurisdiction.
Box-folder 4/5

Hotel Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/Culinary Workers & Bartenders: before the National War Labor Board, Paul Eliel, Examiner, Union Exhibits, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: renewal of contract, strike.
Box-folder 4/6

Hotel Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/Building & Construction Trades Council: before Rosenshine, Award, 1938.

Additional Note

Issue: hours and wages.
Box-folder 4/7

Interstate Terminals, et al/Int'l Longshoremen's Ass'n, District 38-Portland Area: before National Longshoremen's Board, 1934.

Additional Note

Issue: classifications covered by contract, wages, hours, hiring methods.
Box-folder 4/8

Lagendorf Cake Bakers and Hostess Cake Bakery/Bakery Wagon Drivers Union, Local 484: Award, Agreement, history of dispute, correspondence, 1932.

Additional Note

Issue: interpretation of agreement - holidays.
Box-folder 4/9

Lumber Products Conference of San Francisco, et al/Millmen's Union, Locals 42 and 550 (Carpenters): before Judge Walter Perry Johnson, Briefs, Rebuttal, Exhibits, Award, 1936.

Additional Note

Issue: wages and working conditions.
Box-folder 4/10

MacFarland Candy Co./Grocery Clerks-Candy Salesgirl Division: before Paul Eliel, case files, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: manager's salary pay for relief manager.
Box-folder 4/11

Market Street Railway Co./Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Workers of America: before Paul Eliel, Award, case files, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: interpretation of contract - vacation.
Box-folder 5/1

Monterey Fish Processing Ass'n (Schuckl & Co.)/National Council of Cannery and Process Workers, AFL: before Paul Eliel, 1940, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: interpretation of Section 10 - benefits based on hourly wage.
Box-folder 5/2

Monterey Fish Processors Ass'n/AFL Fish Cannery Workers Union: Employers Brief and Award, 1947.

Additional Note

Issue: retirement benefits or discharge.
Box-folder 5/3

Morris Goldman Manufacturing Co., Ltd./Int'l Ladies Garment Workers Union: before R. Littler, Award, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: union shop or closed shop clause.
Box-folder 5/0

Relocated to LARC Book Collection:

Additional Note

National Railroad Adjustment Board, Historical Background and Growth of Machinery Set Up for the Handling of Railroad Labor Disputes, 1888-1940
Box-folder 5/4

Petersen (William), Inc. and E. W. Reynolds/Amalgamated Watchmakers Union, Local 101: before George Cheney, Award, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: back pay for suspended employee.
Box-folder 5/5

Realty Advisory Board/Building Service Employees Int'l Union (New York): Modification of Arbitration Award, 1935.

Additional Note

Issue: classifications and wages.
Box-folder 5/6

San Francisco Hotel Operators/San Francisco Local Joint Executive Board of the Hotel, Restaurant Employees Int'l Alliance and Bartenders Int'l League of America: before Hon. Fred G. Athearn, Chairman of Board of Arbitrators, Award, 1937.

Additional Note

Issue: hours, wages and working conditions.
Box-folder 5/7

San Francisco Hotel Operators/Hotel and Restaurant Employees Int'l Alliance, et al: before Hon. Fred G. Athearn, Employers Brief, (357 p. and appendices).

Box-folder 5/8

San Francisco Hotel Operators/Hotel and Restaurant Employees Int'l Alliance, et al: before Hon. Fred G. Athearn, Union Exhibits (partial), 1937-1938.

Box-folder 5/9

San Francisco Hotel Operators/Hotel-Union Adjustment Board: Appeal of Athearn Award before Littler, Employers Supplemental Memo, case files, 1939.

Box-folder 6/1

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: before Paul Eliel, Award, 1940.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 6/2

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: before Paul Eliel, Publishers' Brief, 1940.

Box-folder 6/3

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: before Paul Eliel, Publishers' Exhibits, 1940.

Box-folder 6/4

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: Board of Arbitration, Publishers' Rebuttal Brief, 1940.

Box-folder 6/5

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: before Paul Eliel, Correspondence, 1940.

Box-folder 6/6

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: before Paul Eliel, Transcripts, Vols. I - VI, 1940.

Box-folder 7/1

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: before Paul Eliel, Transcripts, Vols. VII - XI, 1940.

Box-folder 7/2

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union, Local 4: Appeal, Union Brief, 10/19/40; Award, 1/6/41.

Box-folder 7/3

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/News Vendors Union, #20769: before Brenner, Award, Exhibits, Transcript, correspondence, 1939.

Additional Note

Issue: interpretation of Section 14 - return of unsold newspapers; Section 23 - sales receipt listing papers received and papers sold.
Box-folder 7/4

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n/Photo-

Additional Note

Engravers Union: before H. A. Millis, 1938, 1939; before W. P. Johnson, 1939.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 7/5

San Francisco--Oakland Terminal Railway/Carmen's Union Division #192 of the Amalgamated Ass'n of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employees of America: before Paul Sinsheimer, 1917-1918.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 7/6

Santa Cruz Fruit Packing Co./National Council of Cannery & Process Workers, AFL: before Paul Eliel, Employers Memo, Union Brief, Award, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: piece-work rates with new machinery.
Box-folder 7/7

Schuckl & Co./National Council of Cannery and Process Workers, AFL: before Paul Eliel, Award, correspondence, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: discharge.
Box-folder 7/8

Southern Pacific Co./Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen: before Paul Sinsheimer, Briefs, Award, correspondence, etc., 1927.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 7/9

Timken Roller Bearing Co./Steel Workers Organizing Committee (Columbus, Ohio): before Willard E. Hotchkiss, Award, 1941.

Additional Note

Issue: discharge and reinstatement of women workers.
Box-folder 7/10

Various West Coast Shipping Companies/Int'l Seamen's Union for Sailors Union of the Pacific, Marine Firemen, Marine Cooks and Stewards: before Paul Sinsheimer, Chairman, Award, 1935.

Additional Note

Issue: wages, hours, and working conditions.
Box-folder 8/1

Waterfront Employers Ass'n of Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles/ Int'l Longshoremen's Association, District 38: before National Longshoremen's Board, Award of 10/12/34, and Checkers Association Award, 1934.

Additional Note

Issue: wages, hours, and working conditions (for settlement of the Pacific Coast Maritime Strike, 1934).
Box-folder 8/2

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/Int'l Longshoremen's Ass'n, District 38: before National Longshoremen's Board, Award and subsequent arbitrations authorized by the Award or to interpret it, 1934-1936.

Box-folder 8/3

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/Int'l Longshoremen's Ass'n, Local 38-79: Arbitration before Robert D. Calkins, 1937.

Additional Note

Issue: longshore work on steam schooners.
Box-folder 8/4

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ ILWU, Local 13: before Irving Stalmaster, Award, 1939.

Additional Note

Issue: longshoremen's refusal to load scrap-iron bound for Japan.
Box-folder 8/5

Waterfront Employers Ass'n of San Francisco/ILWU Local 34: before Wayne Morse, Employers' Brief, Award, 1940.

Additional Note

Issue: wages, hours, vacation, hiring hall rules.
Box-folder 8/6

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ILWU: before Wayne Morse, Employers' Brief, 1/16/42.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 8/7

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ ILWU: before Wayne Morse, Award, 1/31/42.

Additional Note

Issue: wages.
Box-folder 8/8

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ ILWU: before the National War Labor Board Case #111-11744D: Directive Order, Union Brief, 1/12/45, and Comments of ILWU on the Panel Report and Recommendation, 6/22/45.

Additional Note

Issue: wages, hours, safety, penalty rates.
Box-folder 8/9

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ ILWU: before Clark Kerr, Award, 1946.

Additional Note

Issue: wage review.
Box-folder 8/10

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ ILWU: before Arthur C. Miller, Award, 1947.

Additional Note

Issue: wage review.
Box-folder 8/11

Westco Liquor Products Co./Warehouse Union, Local 6, ILWU: before Paul Eliel, case files, 1942.

Additional Note

Issue: retroactive pay.
Boxes 9 - 11

Series II: Strikes, 1934 - 1949

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder 9/1

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: statement by President's Special Board on Longshore Strike, pamphlets, 1934.

Box-folder 9/2

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: Waterfront Employers Union letter to the National Longshoremen's Board (NLB), clippings, 1934.

Box-folder 9/3

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: National Longshoremen's Board, report by Neilson (summary of hearing, testimony by Kagel and Melnikow); statement by A. H. Peterson after meeting with the NLB; Memo to Senator Boynton from Carmody, notes on NLB session, agreement, clippings, correspondence, 1934.

Box-folder 9/4

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: dispatch rules, 1935.

Box-folder 9/5

Circular letters reprinting correspondence between WEA and Lewis of ILA District 38, 1936.

Box-folder 9/6

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: Hot Cargo, Waterfront Employers Ass'n pamphlet, 1935.

Box-folder 9/7

Bargemen's Strike by ILA Local 38-101 and 102/River Lines and 14 other companies: summary of strike and settlement agreement, 1935.

Box-folder 9/8

Longshoremen's Strike, Vancouver, B.C.: special bulletins by the Industrial Association of British Columbia, findings and report of the Commissioner, 1935-1936.

Box-folder 9/9

Longshoremen's Strike by Int'l Longshoremen's Ass'n (Gulf): daily teletype reports, 11/35-1/36.

Box-folder 9/10

Seamen's Strike: demands, 9/11/35.

Box-folder 10/1

Seamen's Strike: daily memoranda, waterfront events, typescript, (no author listed), 8/16/35-10/31/35.

Box-folder 10/2

Seamen's Strike: "Ships Tied Up" two special memos, 12/27/35 and 1/31/36.

Box-folder 10/3

Furniture Strike by Furniture Workers Union, Local 1541 (Carpenters affiliate)/Simmons Bed Company and others: history of strike, 1935.

Box-folder 10/4

Milk Wagon Drivers Strike: miscellaneous items, 1935.

Box-folder 10/5

Fish Strike by Butchers Union/Fish Wholesalers: dispute over closed shop demand. Press release with strike information, agreements with wage scales, 1936.

Box-folder 10/6

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: "Economic Effects of Maritime Strike on California Industry and Trade," Commonwealth Club minutes of three meetings on the waterfront situation, with A. H. Peterson and George Woolf from the unions, Frank Foisie from the employers, Interview of Henry Schmidt, Memoranda on the 1936 Maritime Strike... by John B. Cinning, pamphlets, 1936-1937.

Additional Note

Box-folder 10/7

Pacific Coast Maritime Strike: "Voice of the Maritime Unions," radio broadcast, 11/27/36.

Box-folder 10/8

Longshoremen's Strike: Shipping Merchants Ass'n newspaper advertisements on waterfront strike, 1936.

Box-folder 10/9

Longshoremen's Strike: telegram, three letters circulated by T. G. Plant, 1936.

Box-folder 10/10

Lettuce Strike by Fruit and Vegetable Workers Union of California, Local 18211/Growers-Shipper Vegetable Ass'n at Salinas: chronology of negotiations, 7/27/36-9/12/36.

Box-folder 10/11

Millinery Strike: Industrial Ass'n of San Francisco, inter-office memo on history of the strike, 1936.

Box-folder 10/12

Seamen's Strike: SS California, statement of John M. Franklin describing seamen's dispute as acts of mutiny led by "able seaman Joseph Curran," 3/20/36.

Box-folder 10/13

Longshoremen's Strike: Pacific Coast Longshore Fact-Finding Board, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Report and Recommendations, 1946.

Additional Note

 

Presidential Board of Inquiry: statements by Waterfront Employers Ass'n of the Pacific Coast, Waterfront Employers Ass'ns. of California, Oregon, Washington State and the Pacific American Ass'n - re negotiations and possible strike, June 1948.

Box-folder 10/14

Seamen's Strike: 1) Flyer, "Inside the Maritime Strike" (MEBA AND MMP); 2) Flyer, Waterfront Employers Ass'n on organizing walking bosses; 1946 Shipping Strike - Radio Script 1-6, by Pacific American Shipping Ass'n; press release by Waterfront Employers Ass'n on longshore negotiations; address by Frank P. Foisie, "Views of Pacific Coast Shipping," 1946-1947.

Box-folder 10/15

Marine Cooks and Stewards Strike: demands, 1948.

Box-folder 11/1

Longshoremen's Strike: Presidential Board of Inquiry, Report, 6/11/48.

Box-folder 11/2

Longshoremen's Strike: Presidential Board of Inquiry, statement by ILWU, 8/10/48; statement by MCS, 8/10/48; statement by Waterfront Employers Ass'n and Pacific American Shipping Ass'n, 1948.

Box-folder 11/3

Longshoremen's Strike: Presidential Board of Inquiry, Final Report to the President, 8/13/48.

Box-folder 11/4

Longshoremen's Strike: Presidential Board of Inquiry, transcripts, Vol. I and Vol. III, 1948.

Box-folder 11/5

Longshoremen's Strike: Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ILWU - discussion on mutual problems: summary and press release, 3/3/49.

Box 12

Series III: Pacific Coast Maritime Industry Board, 1942 - 1944

Scope and Content Note

See also: CLARK KERR COLLECTION.
Box-folder 12/1

War Shipping Administration Committee: Wayne Morse, Chairman, Paul Eliel and John Cushing, Proposed Maritime Industry Board for the West Coast Longshore Industry, transcript of hearing, 1942.

Box-folder 12/2

Waterfront Employers Ass'n/ILWU: "Relating to Procedure Looking Toward Settlement of Disputed Issues," Transcript, Vol. I., pp. 1-88, San Francisco, 1942.

Box-folder 12/3

U.S. War Shipping Administration, Adm. Emory E. Land, Administrator: "Dispute, Scope of the Powers and Duties of the Pacific Coast Maritime Industry Board," brief on behalf of the ILWU, 1942.

Box-folder 12/4

Hearings on 5 issues before Eliel: 1. pay rate when explosives handled by others; 2. pay rate for reclaiming gasoline cargo from overturned barge; 3. pay rate for discharging cargo from ship in collision; 4. dispatch of car handlers as gangs from hall; 5. loading lift boards from tail gates. Transcripts, 2/17-18/43.

Box-folder 12/5

Hearings before Eliel, Transcripts, (9 volumes) on various longshore working conditions, 1943.

Box-folder 12/6

Hearings before Eliel, Docket Case 183-SF, Transcripts (2), examination of Walter A. Lane, Closing Arguments, 8/20-21/43.

Box-folder 12/7

Hearings before the National War Labor Board (Washington, DC) on NWLB authority over decisions of the Pacific Coast Maritime Industry Board re contract disputes between Waterfront Employers Ass'n and ILWU, 2/25/44.

Boxes 13 - 15

Series IV: Employer Associations, 1921 - 1946

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by employer association.
Box-folder 13/1

Industrial Association of San Francisco (IASF)

Additional Note

Complaints and Reports, 1921-1922.
Box-folder 13/2

IASF: "Contract of Employment" for strikebreakers, 1921 Constitution and By- Laws, 1921.

Additional Note

Industrial Association of San Francisco: It's Policies and Principles, undated.
Box-folder 13/3

IASF: Building Trades, 1922.

Box-folder 13/4

IASF: Articles, "The American Plan," 1924.

Box-folder 13/5

IASF: Report, "An Analysis of San Francisco Present Conditions," 1925.

Box-folder 13/6

IASF: Memorandum, "A Consideration of Industrial Condition in San Francisco," 6/9/34.

Box-folder 13/7

IASF: Daily memos, most are from Frank J. Carmody to Managing Director (Albert E. Boynton), 7/25/34-12/31/36.

Box-folder 13/8

IASF: Citizens League of British Columbia, correspondence with IASF makes a presentation of material on paid advertisements of anti-Communist group; script of radio talks, 1935.

Box-folder 13/9

IASF: Eliel correspondence with Albert Boynton, President, 1937-1938.

Box-folder 13/10

IASF: Publication, Labor Relations, 1935-1938

 

IASF: Publication, C-30 to C-38, 1935.

Box-folder 13/11

IASF: Publication, Labor Relations Special Bulletin, 19 36-19 38 .

Box-folder 13/12

IASF: Publication, San Francisco Labor, 1937

Box-folder 13/13

IASF: Publication, Anti-Communist Bulletin, 1937-1938.

Box-folder 13/14

IASF: Publication, Important Rulings and Decisions Affecting National Labor Relations Board, 1938.

Box-folder 13/15

IASF: news clippings, 1921, 1937, 1940.

Box-folder 13/16

San Francisco Employers Council

Additional Note

Draft Plan (for its organization) and memo, 1938.
Box-folder 14/1

Waterfront Employers Association (WEA)

Additional Note

Circulating Letters, 1935-1940

See also: ARBITRATIONS, STRIKES
Box-folder 14/2

WEA: Publications, pamphlets, 1935-1937.

Box-folder 14/3

WEA: Publications, Coast Committee for the Shipowners, Confidential Labor Bulletin, 1936-1937.

Box-folder 14/4

WEA: News Memorandum, Waterfront Employers Ass'n and Pacific American Shipowners Association newsletter, (described as a confidential news service for members) announcement and first issue, 1935-1936.

Box-folder 14/5

WEA: News Memorandum, 4/30/36-10/22/36.

Box-folder 14/6

WEA: Waterfront News (typescript), 11/6-27/35.

Box-folder 14/7

WEA: Negotiations with the Int'l Longshoremen's Association (ILA), copies of correspondence sent to member companies, pamphlets, 1936-1937.

Box-folder 14/8

WEA: negotiations with ILA, agreements, 1934-1948.

Box-folder 14/9

WEA: negotiations with Seamen's Unions, correspondence, pamphlets, 1936-1937

Box-folder 14/10

WEA: negotiations with seamen's unions, 1937.

Box-folder 15/1

WEA: negotiations, general, publicity, clippings, 1936-1937.

Box-folder 15/2

WEA: address, "The Longshore Slow-Down," by Frank Foisie, 1940.

Box-folder 15/3

WEA: report, "Five Years of Collective Reporting," by A. Boyd, 1940.

Box-folder 15/4

WEA: address, "The Shipping Outlook," by J.R. Cushing, 1946.

Box 15

Series V: Institute for Science and Labour, 1931 - 1937

Box-folder 15/5

Reports: Nos. 1-12, 1931-1932:

 

1. An Essay on the Population Problem of Japan in the Light of Social Biology

 

2. On the Influence of Factory Work on Psycho-Physical Function

 

3. Studies on the Influence of the Day and Night Shift System Upon the Physiological Functions of Labourers

 

4. On the Variations of the Body Weight of Young Working Girls Employed in Day and Night Shift Work

 

5. The Ama and Her Work, AStudy of the Japanese Female Diver

 

6. A New Method of Determining the Center of Gravity of the Human Body in the Erect Standing Position

 

7. The Development of Intelligence in Relation to Socio-Economic Studies

 

8. Oxygen Consumption During Manual Work

 

9. Physiological Standards and Occupational Charac-teristics of Bodily Functions of the Japanese

 

10. Frauenarbeit unter biologischem Gesichtspunkt

 

11. A Critical Study on the Method for Estimating the National State and Physical Capacity of the Human Body

 

12. Physiological Standards and Occupational Characteristics Apparent in Bodily Functions of the Japanese

Box-folder 15/6

Reports Nos. 13-17, 23, 29, 1932-1937; Annual Reports for 1934, 1937

 

13. I. An Experimental Study on Working Speed of Post-card Sorting

 

13. II. Physiological Studies on Working Speed of Post-card Sorting

 

14. Functional Periodicity: Experimental and Statistical Studies on Rhythm in Working Capacity of Women

 

15. A Study on the Physical Development of Female Workers

 

16. An Experimental Study on School Feeding

 

17. Studies on the Output Curve

 

23. Infant Mortality in Relations to the Climate of Japan

 

29. I. Sex-Ratio in the Population of Japan Proper

 

29. II. The Influence of Industrialism upon the Mortality of Young People and Adults

 

Annual Report...for 1934

 

Annual Report...for 1937.

Boxes 15 - 18

Series VI: Trade Union Material,

 

Sub-Series 1 American Federation of Labor 1888 - 1958

Box-folder 15/7

Convention Proceedings: 3rd, 1888; 12th, 1892.

See also: CALIFORNIA DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Box-folder 15/8

California State Federation of Labor - General, 1953-1957 (Press releases, convention resolutions, etc.).

Box-folder 15/9

California State Federation of Labor - Construction Trades Advisory Conference, 1954.

Box-folder 15/10

California State Federation of Labor - Political Action - Governors Race (Culbert Olson), 1938.

Box-folder 15/11

California State Federation of Labor - Political Action - Governors Race (Goodwin Knight), 1954.

Box-folder 15/12

California State Federation of Labor - Political Action - Proposition 18 "Right-to-Work," 1958.

Box-folder 15/13

California State Federation of Labor - Political Action - General, 1953-1956.

Box-folder 15/14

California State Federation of Labor - Publication - Quarterly Bulletin (Broken run), 1942-1958.

 

Relocated to LARC Periodical Collection:

California State Federation of Labor Weekly Bulletin, 1940-1946.

Box-folder 15/15

Union officers of the San Francisco Bay Area, 1936.

 

Sub-Series 2 Congress of Industrial Organization 1940 - 1950

Box-folder 16/1

Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, United...(UE): Pamphlets, brochures (8), 1948-1950 and undated.

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Oil Workers Int'l Union: pamphlets, brochures (7), 1948-1950 and undated.

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ILWU Dispatcher: Press Release on Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Trial, 12/6-7/49.

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National Maritime Union: pamphlets, 1940-1942.

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Textile Workers, CIO Maritime Committee, 1940-1950.

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Steward Manuals: CIO and U.S. Dept. of Labor: pamphlets, 1943-1947 & undated.

 

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE SCRAPBOOKS IN RECORD BOXES AND ONE OVERSIZE BOX

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California State Federation of Labor: clippings - Agricultural Council, agriculture (general), cannery negotiations, 1938, dried fruit, fish industry, executive council, Judge Padway ("AFL Counsellor Comes to SF to Combat CIO Moves"), CIO and AFL (general), 1937-1941.

Additional Note

(1 scrapbook in oversize box with index to articles)
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California State Federation of Labor: Executive Council Minutes, 1930-1934; related documents, 1930-1936.

Additional Note

(1 scrapbook)
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California State Federation of Labor: orders sent to the printer - includes item, quantity and date of circular letters, convention documents, pamphlets, stationery, legislative bulletins, constitutions, officers reports, 1913-1938. (1 scrapbook)

Box 18

Series VII: Hawaii Labor Relations, 1937 - 1938

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Clippings from Hawaii: NLRB hearings on union organizing disputes, jurisdiction, 1937-1938.

Additional Note

(1 scrapbook)
Box 19

Series VIII: Articles by Paul Eliel, 1937 - 1940

Scope and Content Note

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE FOLDERS IN A DOCUMENT BOX.
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"Industrial Relation Problems and the National Emergency," 1940.

 

"Labor Problems in Our Steamship Business," The Yale Review, Spring, 1937.

Box 19

Series IX: Pulp and Paper Industry, 1936 - 1940

Scope and Content Note

See also: Series V. Institute of Science and Labour (Japan) for listing of 29 publications, Box/Folder 15/5-6.
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Survey of Pulp and Paper Industry of the Pacific Coast, prepared by Pacific Coast Labor Bureau for the Pacific Northwest Pulp and Paper Mills Employers Ass'n/Int'l Bros. of Paper Makers and Int'l Bros. of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, 1936.

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Supplements for 1937, 1939.

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Supplement for 1940.

 

Appendix: Pamphlets

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Wholesale Prices of Commodities for May, 1926, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1926.

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The Pacific Coast Longshoremen's Strike of 1934: Statement of Thomas G. Plant...to the National Longshoremen's Board, July 11, 1934.

 

Pacific Coast Longshoremen's Strike of 1934: Arbitration before National Longshoremen's Board: Oral Argument of Herman Phleger, Esq. in behalf of Waterfront Employers, September 25, 1934.

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California's Brown Book, Issued by The American League Against War and Fascism, Los Angeles Committee, October 1934. (Notation about future issues, but no numbering on this issue)

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April 21 Agreement Between Waterfront Employers Association of San Francisco and International Longshoremen's Association, Dist. No. 38 - Local 38-79, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, 1936.

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Hot Cargo: The Longshoremen's Alibi for Arbitration Award Violations, Pacific American Shipowners and Waterfront Employers of San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and San Pedro, October 30, 1935.

 

The Truth About the Waterfront: The I.L.A. States Its Case To the Public, International Longshoremen's Association, Local 38-79, 1935.

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The "March Inland" in San Francisco: Statement by Industrial Association of San Francisco, 1936.

 

Facts About Subsidies Granted by the Government to the American Merchant Marine, Coast Committee for the Shipowners, 1936.

 

Buy a Ship and Make Your Fortune: Mr. and Mrs. Taxpayer, Here's the "Low-Down" About Ship-Subsidies That Will Make You Weep, Maritime Federation of the Pacific, n.p., 1936.

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Maritime Strikes on the Pacific Coast: A Factual Account of Events Leading to the 1936 Strike of Marine and Longshore Unions, Waterfront Employers Ass'n, 1936.

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The Pacific Maritime Labor Crisis: On October 15th, 1936, All Present Awards and Agreements Will Expire, The Coast Committee for the Shipowners, 1936.

 

The Truth About the Maritime Strike, by Hon. Angelo J. Rossi, Mayer, City and County of San Francisco, 1937.

 

A. B. C.'s of the Maritime Strike: A Primer of Basic Facts ... , The Coast Committee for the Shipowners, 1936.

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What Are Hiring Halls? The Coast Committee for the Shipowners, n.d.

 

The Outlook For Peace in the Pacific Coast Maritime Industry, by Almon E. Roth, 1937.

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Frankly Sir, I Need More Money!, Cartoons by Fred Wright, Columns by Bill Cahn, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), 1948.

 

The Proud Record of an American Union!, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), 1950.

 

Red Baiting: Road to Lower Wages, Fewer Jobs and Company Unionism!, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), 1950.

 

One Step Leads to Another..., United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), n.d.

 

Side by Side..., United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), n.d.

 

Stop the Frame-Ups Against Our Union!, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, 1950.

 

They Helped Build Your Union..., United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), n.d.

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Two-Faced Texaco: or Any Deal Except a Square Deal, Oil Workers Int'l Union (CIO), 1950.

 

Why O.W.I.U. Is a Good Investment, Oil Workers Int'l Union (CIO), n.d.

 

It Happened in California, Oil Workers Int'l Union (CIO), 1948.

 

Your Dues Dollar: Where It Goes... What You Get For It, Oil Workers Int'l Union (CIO), n.d.

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The NMU Forges Ahead, by Joseph Curran, National Maritime Union, 1940.

 

The NMU Answers Congressman Bradley, National Maritime Union, n.d.

 

Do You Know That... , National Maritime Union, 1942.

 

The Membership Wins Again: A Record of Recent Events in the National Maritime Union, by Joseph Curran, National Maritime Union, n.d.

 

From Kitchen to Congress, National Maritime Union, 1944.

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For CIO Stewards, CIO Dept. of Education & Research, n.d.

 

How to Win for the Union: A Handbook for UAW-CIO Stewards and Committeemen, United Auto Workers, 1945.

 

The UE Shop Steward, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, CIO, 1944.

 

How to Win With the Union: A Handbook for OWIU--CIO Stewards and Committeemen, Oil Workers Int'l Union, CIO, 1945.

Additional Note

 

Guide For Handling Grievances, Oil Workers Int'l Union--CIO, 1946.

 

Stewards Manual, Research and Education Dept., Oil Workers Int'l Union, CIO, n.d.

 

For URWA-CIO Stewards, United Rubber Workers of America, CIO, n.d.

 

The Union is YOU!: A Guide for USA-CIO Grievance Committeemen, Publicity and Education Dept., United Steelworkers of America, n.d.

 

So You're a Steward!: A Handbook for TWUA Shop Stewards and Department Committees, Educational Dept., Textile Workers Union of America, CIO, 1946.

 

Grievance Procedure Under Collective Bargaining, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1946.

 

Settling Plant Grievances, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Div. of Labor Standards, 1943.

 

Preparing a ...Steward's Manual, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Div. of Labor Standards, 1943.

 

Shop Steward's Manual, Workers Education Bureau of America, 1947.