AFL-CIO

AFL-CIO


Archival Collection


BOX 1

Folder

1. Central Body, New Orleans

2. Central Body, Monroe

3. Central Body, Lake Charles

4. Central Body, Lafayette

5. Central Body, Hodge and Jonesboro

6. Central Body, Bogalusa

7. Central Body, Springhill

8. Central Body, Vicksburg, MS

9. Central Body, Tupelo, MS

10. Central Body, Pascagoula, MS

11. Central Body, Natchez, MS

12. Central Body, Meridian, MS

13. Central Body, McComb, MS

14. Central Body, Laurel, MS

15. Central Body, Jackson, MS

16. Central Body, Hattiesburg, MS

17. Central Body, Greenville, MS

18. Central Body, Corinth, MS

19. Central Body, Columbus, MS

20. Central Body, Biloxi and Gulfport

21. Mississippi Labor Council

22. Organizational Prospects

 

BOX 2

Folder

1. Central Body, Shreveport

2. Central Bodies, Miscellaneous

3. Order of Business, Rules of Order

4. Central Body, Baton Rouge

5. Central Body, Alexandria

6. Central Body, Bastrop

7. Crosby Chemicals

8. Community Service Activities

9. Rules Governing Directly Affiliated Local Unions

10. Mississippi Valley Gas Company

11. McGavin, Peter, Miscellaneous Correspondence

12. Longshoreman's Campaign, New Orleans, 1935-1954

13. Organizers, Misc.

14. Jackson, MS Office

15. Hines, W.L., Misc.

16. Letter from Senator Allen S. Ellender

17. Ellis, Frank, Candidacy

18. International Chemical Workers Union

19. Black, L.E., Misc.

20. E.H. Williams, speaking engagements

 

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BOX 3

Folder

1. Ledger, 1954

2 Southland Oils Co. Saundersville, MS

3. Misc. 1954-55

4. Railway Labor Organizations (Strike) 1955

5. Conferences of Regional Directors, 1954-55

6. Per Capita Tax Received, MS and LA

7. Agricultural Workers, 1954-55

8. Central Bodies, 1954-55

9. Visitors (VIPS) 1954-55

10. Constitution of AFL-CIO, proposed by unity committee, 1955

11. Organizational Prospects, 1955

12. Turner, PA, misc., 1955

13. Regional Directors, 1955

14. Arkansas State Federation of Labor

15. Organizers Proposal, 1955

16. Regional Directors Conference, 1955

17. Kohler Co. Strike, 1955

18. Turner, Perry A., weekly expense report

19. Miami Hotel Strike Kits, Correspondence, 1955

20. Quarterly Report of Regional Director, 11/2/55

21. Bulletins, 1955

22. Longshoremen, 1955

23. Keeble, Jesse, Labor Day Sermon, 1955

24. DALU 22454, American Can Co., 1950-1956

25. Miscellaneous

 

BOX 4

Folder

1. Rules Governing State and Local Central Bodies, 1956-57

2. Weekly Report Instruction, 1956

3. Longshoremen International Bro. 1956

4. Organizer Application, 1956

5. La. State Industrial Union Council, 1956

6. Agricultural Workers, 1956

7. Central Bodies, 1956

8. C.O.P.E., 1956

9. Federal Labor Unions, 1956

10. The Federationist, 1956

11. E.H. Williams, Invitations to speak, 1956

12. E.H. Williams, Weekly Report, 1956

13. Louisiana State Labor Council, 1956

14. Louisiana State Labor Council, Legislative Report, 1956

15. Merger, 1956

16. Round-Up Reports, 1956

17. Right to Work Bill, 1956

18. Survey, United Mine Workers, 1957

19. Wesson Oil and Snowdrift Co. Inc., Office Employees, 1957

20. Waterway Terminals Corp., 1957

21. Miscellaneous, 1957

22. No-Raid Agreement, 1956-57

 

BOX 5

Folder

1. Mississippi, Misc., 1956-57

2. Regional Directors, 1956-57

3. C.OP.E. 1957

4. Directly Affiliated Unions, 1957

5. Walker, Knox W., 1957

6. Bakery Workers Independent

7. OEIU, Contract, 1957-58

8. American Bakery and Cofectionary Workers International

9. City Election, New Orleans, 1958

10. Agreement between United Sugar Workers, Local #1475, 1954-58

11. Louisiana State Labor Council, 1958

 

BOX 6

Folder

1. Charter Applications, 1955-57

2. E.H. Williams, invitations to speak

3. Louisiana State Labor Council, 1957

4. Statements by AFL-CIO Council, 1957

5. Convention Call, Lake Charles, 1957

6. Regional Director's Bulletin, 1957

7. Southern Regional Council, Inc., 1958

8. Letter to New Orleans Mayor, Morrison, 1958

9. Organizer's Region VII, 1958

10. FRF Local Union 3017, Contract, 1958

11. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers, 1958

12. Mississippi Labor Council, 1958

13. International Ladies Garment Workers, 1958

14. Maison Blanche, 1958

15. 4th Congressional District, MS, 1958

16. Miscellaneous, 1958

17. Organizational Prospects, 1958

18. Pontiac Eastern Corporation, 1958

19. Director Bulletins, 1958

20. Guerra, Louis Felipe (Honduras) 1958

21. Regional Director's Bulletin, 1958

22. C.O.P.E. Literature, 1958

23. Invitations, 1958

24. Round-Up Reports, 1958

 

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BOX 7

Folder

1. Directly Affiliated Local Unions, 1958

2. Miscellaneous, 1958

3. State, County, and Municipal Employees, 1958

4. Staff Reductions, 1958

5. Hines, W.L., Bi-Weekly Reports, 1958

6. E.H. Williams, personal correspondence, 1958

7. Bi-Weekly Reports, 1959

8. Director Bulletins, 1959

9. C.O.P.E., 1959

10. Revolving Fund, 1959

11. Round-Up Reports, 1959

12. Central Bodies, Louisiana, 1959

13. Miscellaneous, 1959

14. Gulftide Steel Inc. and George Construction Co., tentative agreement, 1961

 

BOX 8

Folder

1. Letters concerning 1961 Convention

2. Director Bulletins, 1961-62

3. Personal papers of E.H. Williams, 1961-62

4. Round-Up Reports, 1961-62

5. Miscellaneous, 1961-62

6. Personal papers of E.H. Williams, 1963

7. Staff Reports, Bi-Weekly, 1963

8. Central Bodies, Louisiana, 1963

9. Round-Up Reports, 1963

10. Director Bulletins, 1964

 

BOX 9

Folder

1. Hearin-Miller Co. 1964-65

2. Round-Up Reports, 1965

3. DALU #23091, Atlas Oil Refinery, 1965

4. Directly Affiliated Local Unions, 1965

5. Central Bodies, State and Local, 1965

6. HRE and BIU, 1965

7. Miscellaneous, 1965

8. DALU #23425, 1966

 

BOX 10

Folder

1. Personal papers of E.H. Williams, 1965-66

2. Mississippi Organizational Conference, 1966

3. Invitations to speak, E.H. Williams, 1967-68

4. Barbers and Beauticians, 1966

5. Metal Trades Council, 1964-68

6. Round-Up Reports, 1967-68

7. Miscellaneous, 1967-68

8. Director Bulletins, 1967-68

9. Office and Professional Employees International, 1967-68

10. United Auto Workers, 1968

11. Central Bodies, State and Local, 1967-68

 

BOX 11

Folder

1. General Electric Strike, 1969

2. Miscellaneous, 1969

3. Black, L.E., Staff Representative, 1969

4. Round-Up Reports, 1969

5. DALU's, 1970

6. United Sugar Workers, Local #1475, Contracts, 1954-1971

 

BOX 12

Folder

1. Jackson, MS Office

2. Central Bodies, 1969

3. Lafayette Building Trades, 1970

4. Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers, 1970

5. Folger Coffee Company, 1970-71

6. Miscellaneous, 1971

7. C.O.P.E., 1971

 

BOX 13

Folder

1. Central Bodies, 1971

2. Louisiana Convention, 1971

3. Round-Up and Service Reports, 1971

4. Organizational Prospects, 1972

5. Lake Charles, CTLC, Election, 1972

6. Patrolman's Association of New Orleans, local #641, 1972

7. Farah Strike, 1972

 

BOX 14

Folder

1. United Sugar Workers, Local #1475, 1972

2. NOPSI, IBEW, 1973

3. Brewery Workers, DALU, 1973

4. New Orleans Public Service, Inc., Transit Workers Strike, 1974

5. United Sugar Workers , 1974

6. DALU 165

7. Grain and Feed and Cereal Workers, 1974-75

8. SouthCoast Corp., 1975

9. SouthCoast Corp., Memo of Agreement, 1977

 

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BOX 15

Folder

1. Mr. and Mrs. Williams trip to Israel (1 of 2)

2. Mr. and Mrs. Williams trip to Israel (2 of 2)

3. E.H. Williams personal correspondence

4. State Federation of Labor

5. Mr. L.A. Hoste, City Employees, Charity Hospital

6. Publications

7. ILA-AFL, outstanding expenses and bills

8. ILA withholding certificates

9. OEIU Contract

10. Right to Work Literature

11. Starnes, Robert W., weekly reports

12. Louisiana

13. St. Charles Grain Elevators

14. E.H. Williams personal reports

15. Service Employees International

16. Right to Work

 

BOX 16

Folder

1. Crescent City Lodge, no.37

2. South Coast Grinding Mill

3. AFL-CIO News Service

4. United Steel Workers

5. Retail Clerks International Association

6. Truck Drivers, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers, Local #270, New Orleans

7. Right to Work Legislation

8. Fishermen and Allied Workers

9. Labor League for Political Education Committee

10. Central Trades and Labor Council

11. Office Employees

12. Louisiana State Federation of Labor

13. Upholsterer's

14. United Textile Workers

15. Pascagoula Boilermakers

16. Presidents Committee on Government Contracts, Letter from Richard Nixon

17. Chemical Workers

18. Bakery and Confectionary Workers

19. Journeymen Barbers, Hairdressers, Cosmetologists, and Proprietor's

20. Building Service Employees

21. Institutions and Prisons

22. Alabama, 1954

23. American Federation of Teachers

24. Aluminum Workers

25. Insurance Agents

26. State, County, and Municipal Employees

27. Statement of Policy (Teamster's Union)

28. International Woodworkers

29. Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers

30. Glass Bottle Blower's Association

31. Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartender

32. Health Insurance

33. National Agricultural Workers

34. Sheet Metal Contractors

35. Southern Labor School Financial Statement

36. Inland Rivers Joint Organizing Committee

37. News From Louisiana AFL-CIO

38. Avondale Shipyards

 

BOX 17

Folder

1. SouthCoast Corp. Local #1474

2. National Labor Relations Board

3. Montgomery W.H., A. Philip Randolf Institute

4. Federal Labor Unions

5. California Grapes Boycott

6. Labor Board Certification

7. New Orleans Public Service Inc., Employee Directory, Electric Power Dept.

8. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

9. Southeast Corporation, 1955-1961

 

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BOX 18

Folder

1. Miscellaneous

2. Bastrop, CTLC, hearings and recharges

3. Federationist Newspaper

4. OEIU, Local #403

5. Directly Affiliated Unions

6. Bakery Workers

7. Longshoremen

8. New Orleans Public Service, Inc., IBEW Campaign

9. Speeches of E.H. Williams

10. Personal papers, Miscellaneous of E.H. Williams

11. Division of Employment Security, 1953-54

12. Segregation, 1954

13. Volunteer Organizations

14. Louisiana Labor School

 

BOX 19

Folder

1. Public Relations Articles

2. Thoughts on Organizing

3. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended

4. The Federationist

5. Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen

6. United Sugar Workers

7. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Local #3017



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