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Inventory of the Labor Herald Photograph Collection No. 12
1988/109  
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INDIVIDUALS

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Adams, George

 

Allen, Assemblyman Charles O.

 

Atkinson, Florence

 

Baltrun, Sonia

 

Barilone (?), John

 

Barlow, Ed

see: Tandy, Frances (2)

see: Bridges, Harry

 

Berland, Samuel

 

Bettman, John (2)

see also: Heide, Paul

 

Broadhead, George

 

Brudney, Goodman

see also: Heide, Paul

 

Bryson, Hugh (3)

 

Bulcke, Germain

see also: Schnur, Paul

 

Burke, Eugene

see also: Bridges, Harry

see also: Subject Folder 18: Maritime Unions

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Bridges, Harry (17)

see also: Murray, Phil,

see also: Subject Folder 18: Maritime Unions

see also: Subject Folder 12: California CIO

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Caldwell, Malcolm

 

Campo, Arnold

 

Cayton, Revels

see also: Bridges Harry,

see also: Subject Folder 26: Women

 

Chambers, Joe "Red"

 

Chavez, Cesar

 

Clark, Robert (2)

 

Condon, Congressman Robert

 

Connelly, Philip M. (4)

see also: Bridges, Harry (2)

see also: Murray, Phil

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

Conway, Jerry

see: Thimmes, Jim

 

Cooley, Roland

 

Crawford, Matt

see: Cayton, Revels

 

Curran, Joe

see also: Subject Folder 18: Maritime Unions

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Daugherty, James

 

Despol, John

 

Douglas, Congresswoman Helen Gahagan

 

Drum, Frank

see: Heide, Paul; Thimmes, Jim

 

Drury, James

see: Fox, Ernest

 

Eden, Phil

 

Edises, Bertram

see: Walker, Doris Brin

 

Ellis, Charles

see: Murray, Phil

 

Fagerhaugh, Ole

see also: Reynolds, Jack C.

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

Fernandes, John

 

Foulkes, Louis

 

Fox, Ernest (2)

 

Fox, Elsie

see: Fox, Ernest

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Gahagan Douglas, Helen

see: Douglas, Helen Gahagan

 

Galliano, James J.

see: Reynolds, Jack C.

 

Gandsey, James M.

see: Shibley, George

 

Gillespie, Chris

 

Gladstein, Richard

 

Goldblatt, Louis (3)

see also: Bridges, Harry

 

Goldner, Sanford

 

Gonzales, Oscar

see: Chavez, Cesar

 

Grennard, Elinor

 

Griffin, Kitty (2)

see also: Heide, Paul

 

Halling, Bjorne

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

Hawkins, Congressman Gus

 

Hedley, David

see also: Schnur, Paul

 

Heide, Paul

see also: Reynolds, Jack C.

 

Heide, Ruby

see also: Heide Paul

see also: Schliff, Paul

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

Hendricks, Frank

see: Schnur, Paul

 

Herman, James

 

Hillman, Sidney

 

Howard, Kenneth W.

 

Jacobson, Nathan

see: Bryson, Hugh

 

Jenkins, Dave

see: Schnur, Paul

see also: Subject Folder 22: Parades, Labor Day

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Kearns, Arthur

 

Kenny, Attorney-General Robert

 

Killovan, Pat

see: Murray, Phil

 

Lawrence, Bill

 

Lewis, Richard

 

Lynden, Richard

see also: Subject Folder 18: Maritime Unions

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

MacFarland, Leslie

 

Marcotti, Jack

 

Martinson, Ole

see: Taylor, Senator Glenn

 

Mayhugh, Spencer, Jr.

see: Shibley, George

 

McCord, W. E.

 

McDonald, David J.

 

McGuire, Tom

 

McKenna, James

 

Michener, Lew

see also: Subject Folder 11: UAW

 

Michener, Mary

 

Miller, Congressman George

see: Polvorosh, Tony

 

Mitchell, John

 

Munier (?), O. A.

see: Bryson, Hugh

 

Murdock, Steve

 

Murray, Phil (6)

see also: Bridges, Harry (3)

see also: Thimmes, Jim

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Nixon, Russ

 

Olson, Governor Culbert

 

Parker, Nick

 

Patterson, James E.

see: Shibley, George

 

Pinsky, Paul (2)

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

Polvorosh, Tony

 

Posner, Jerome (2)

 

Powers, Chase

see: Robinson, Reid

see also: Travis, Maurice

 

Rathborne, Mervyn (3)

see also: Thimmes, Jim

 

Reynolds, Jack (2)

 

Robinson, Reid (2)

 

Robson, Paul

 

Roger, Sidney

see: Schnur, Paul

 

Roosevelt, Congressman James

 

Philipps, Father Charles

see: Murray, Phil

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San Jules, Jim

see also: Thimmes, Jim

 

Schliff, Paul

 

Schliff, Lilly

see: Schliff, Paul

 

Schmidt, Henry

see also: Subject Folder 18: Maritime Unions

 

Schnaittacher, Sylvain

 

Schnur, Paul (5)

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

 

Selly, Joseph

see: Tandy, Frances (2)

 

Silbey, George

 

Slaby, Frank (2)

see also: Heide, Ruby

 

Slade, Albee

 

Smith, Charles

 

Smith, James P.

 

Stofle, Emma

 

Stuyvelaar, Herman

 

Sturtevant, Roy

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Tandy, Frances (2)

 

Taylor, Senator Glenn

 

Thimmes, James P. (4)

see also: Murray, Phil

see also: Subject Folder 12: Calif. CIO

see also: Subject Folder 25: Trade Unions -Gen'l.

 

Thomas, R. J.

see also: Subject Folder 11: UAW

 

Thomas, L. B.

see: Mitchell, John

 

Thompson, Frank

 

Travis, Maurice

see also: Robinson, Reid

 

Turner, Leo

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Van Curin (?), William

 

Vernon, E. H.

see: Reynolds, Jack C.

 

Walker, Doris Brin

 

Wallace, Vice-President Henry

 

Weakley, Ronald

 

West, Daniel A.

see: Shibley, George

 

Willard, Bert

see Murray, Phil

 

Williams, Claudia

see: Heide, Paul

 

Wilson, George

see: Rathborne, Mervyn

 

Wolff, George

 

SUBJECTS

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AUTO WORKERS, UNITED (UAW): UAW Texas delegates; Local 76 golf team; North American parade float, Otto Rothschild, photographer; Local 76 supporting welders' strike at Chevrolet 1941; demonstration with UAW banner; R. J. Thomas speaks at meeting, banners for Locals 406, 216, 809 displayed; Richard Frankensteen speaks to Regional War Policy conference, Los Angeles, 1942-43 (?); Local 76 on parade, Oakland.

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CIO-CALIFORNIA: CIO Convention, 4th Annual; delegates seated at table; a group of San Francisco delegates to CIO Convention, Portland, 1948; CIO canteen, World War II; Philip Connelly speaks to CIO leaders in Los Angeles; night photo of CIO Center, Los Angeles; Dave Jenkins speaks to meeting at CIO Building, San Francisco; Dick Lynden conducts CIO-PAC class at Asilomar, 1947.

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DEMONSTRATIONS: Seamen picket with NMU banner, San Francisco; anti-Taft-Hartley Bill meeting, outdoors; Phil Connelly speaks to crowd, Pershing Square, Los Angeles (?); San Francisco Civic Center meeting; pickets protesting Tenney Committee, Oakland, 1947; pickets, San Francisco, 1948.

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ELECTRICAL, RADIO AND MACHINERY WORKERS OF AMERICA, UNITED (UE): Membership meeting; General Cable workers; striker cooking; members on parade 1945; leafleting for GE strike 1951; Local 1412 Christmas party with Santa Claus; Westinghouse strike 1946; Westinghouse workers; Women's Auxiliary preparing parcels; Local 1421 meetings; membership meeting in Ontario ballpark; District 10 officers 1959; UE meeting, Otto Rothschild, photographer.

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FISHERMEN: Fishermen, Local 33 parade with banner, Otto Rothschild, photographer; San Pedro fishing fleet; fleet during festival.

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FOOD, TOBACCO & AGRICULTURAL WORKERS (FTA): Picketline in lockout at Libby, jurisdictional dispute with Teamsters; cannery workers picket, jurisdictional dispute with Teamsters.

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HISTORICAL: Bonus Army Riot, Washington, D.C., 1932; breadline, New York.

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MARITIME UNIONS: "Bloody Thursday" observances, San Pedro; Henry Schmidt. dinner speaker before banners for ILWU Local 6 and Maritime Federation of the Pacific Women's Auxiliary; Bridges, Curran, Burke and Selly in conversation; Maritime Federation of the Pacific charter for the Marine Cooks and Stewards, San Pedro, 1938; Joint Maritime Action Committee meeting, San Francisco Ferry Building 1948; Bridges with other ILWU leaders; seamen warking on deck in storm, Joe Rosenthal, photographer; seamen on parade holding "Maritime Unity" signs, Los Angeles, Otto Rothschild, photographer.

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MOONEY MEMORIAL SERVICE: Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, 1942.

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OFFICE AND PROFESSIONAL WORKERS OF AMERICA, UNITED (UOPWA), Local 225, Cutter Strike, 1947: Contract signing with union and employers; protest meeting before plant, mass picketing at Cutter.

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PARADES: ILA, San Francisco, 1936-37 (?); Newspapermen (?), San Francisco; United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing & Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA), San Francisco, 1937-38 (?); CIO float, Los Angeles, 1946-47 (?); CIO Council/Honolulu Conservatory of Music float, Oakland, 1935; Women on parade, Oakland (?); ILWU Auxiliary and ILWU members, Oakland (?); band on parade; Local 10 float on Market Street, San Francisco; longshoremen on Market Street, San Francisco.

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PARADES - LABOR DAY, SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC CENTER, 1947: ILWU Local 10 float; ILWU Local 6 Drum Corps, warehousemen with Local 6 banner; San Francisco CIO Women's Auxiliary Council truck with anti-Taft-Hartley sign; California Labor School float; Marine Cooks & Stewards float with anti-Taft Hartley theme; Ship Scalers float with anti-Taft-Hartley theme; United Steel Workers float; United Office & Professional Workers of America float with anti-Taft-Hartley and "Third Party '48" signs; United Furniture Workers of America marching with banner; Marine Firemen (MFOW) float with anti-Taft-Hartley theme; Amalgamated Lithographers float; children watching parade from Lincoln's statue; "CIO Marches" sign before reviewing stand, City Hall.

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STRIKES: CIO Local 576 pickets at "Mr. Segal's" home; oil workers picket in strike against Union Oil, San Pedro harbor area (?); scab car in ditch; News Vendors picket at Examiner.

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STRIKES - UE: Mass picketing, Ontario; US Motors, Los Angeles 1946, Otto Rothschild, photographer; Local 1481 strike at Cadet 1964.

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TRADE UNIONS: Meeting of Steel Workers, James Thimmes in front row; officers and shop stewards, East Bay Machinists; photo of letter to Warehouse Unions Servicemen's Committee, World War II, from Pvt. Roy B. Gutsch, 1942.

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WOMEN: Women employees before Capital Mfg. Co./ Don Juan, many Hispanics; women packing boxes during World War II at California CIO office (?); Local 6 precinct worker speaking to woman at door (both Black); Rose Seguri shows document to women office workers; Ludmilla Poulichenko, in uniform, speaks at mike; Lena Horne with Black cast of a musical; "Miss UE 1421."

 

UNIDENTIFIED

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