Summary Information
Title: UE National Office Records Relating to District 1 and District 1 Locals
Collection Number: UE.4.1.1
Creator: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Collection Dates: 1936-1994
Extent: 12.5 linear feet (10 boxes)

Language: English

Abstract:
This series contains files on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) District 1 and its locals collected by the UE national office. Included are correspondence, publications, minutes, and news clippings regarding local strikes, events, and organizing efforts.
Publisher:

ULS Archives Service Center
University of Pittsburgh Library System
7500 Thomas Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA, 15260
412-648-3232
archives-ref@mail.pitt.edu
Date Published:

October 2011
Author:

Finding aid prepared by Zachary Brodt.
Revision Description:
March 2012:
Inclusion of Locals 109-520P.

Collection Scope and Content Notes

District 1 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) included locals in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. These locals are now part of the UE's Eastern Region. This series contains files on UE District 1 and its locals collected by the UE national office. Included are correspondence, publications, minutes, and news clippings regarding local strikes, events, and organizing efforts. Most of the correspondence is between UE national officers and district or local officers.


Arrangement

This series has been arranged into two subseries. The first contains records pertaining to District 1. The other subseries contains records pertaining to specific locals within the district, and are further arranged numerically by local number into sections.


Subject Terms

Topics
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- New Jersey -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- Pennsylvania -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor unions -- New Jersey -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- Organizing -- United States -- History
  • Labor unions -- Pennyslvania -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History

Corporate Names
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. District 1.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Personal Names
  • Emspak, Julius, 1904-1962
  • Matles, James J.

Genres/Forms
  • Correspondence

Category
  • Labor

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Acquisition Information:

Gift of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America in 1975, 1986, 1997, and 2001.

Preferred Citation:

UE National Office Records Relating to District 1 and District 1 Locals, 1936-1994, UE.4.1.1, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Processing Information:

This collection was originally processed by Archives Service Center staff. This finding aid and further arrangement of the series was completed by Mike Fickley, Alexandra Hilton and Zachary Brodt in 2011 and 2012.

Copyright:

The University of Pittsburgh holds the property rights to the material in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by the original creator/author. Researchers are therefore advised to follow the regulations set forth in the U.S. Copyright Code when publishing, quoting, or reproducing material from this collection without the consent of the creator/author or that go beyond what is allowed by fair use.

Related Material:

UE District 1 Records, 1950s-1986, UE.15.1, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 107 Records, 1933-1987, UE.16.107, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 124 Records, 1980s-1990s, UE.16.124, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh


Collection Inventory

Subseries 1. District 1

Scope and Content Notes:

This subseries contains files maintained by the UE National Office pertaining to District 1. Included is correspondence from District Presidents Albert Newcomb, Harry Block, James Price, Ernest Moyer, Peter Besch, Robert Kyler, Richard Williams, Thomas Sharkey and Nicholas Onofaro, in addition to general district correspondence. Also present are district executive council and staff meeting minutes. These records include information on district staffing, finances and political action, as well as local strikes and raids by other unions.


Box 1
Folder 1 District 1 Constitution and By-Laws, 1943-1948
1. Constitution District 1 Council with David Davis Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, October 8, 1943
2. Proposed Changes to Constitution of District 1 Council, UERMWA-CIO, January 1948
3. Amendment to the Constitution, District 1 Council
Folder 2 District 1 President Harry Block Memorandum to All Locals in UE District #1 and UE National Office Regarding Veteran's Pay, January 14, 1946
Folder 3 District 1 President James Price Correspondence, 1946-1953
1. James Price to All Philadelphia CIO Unions and UE District Presidents Regarding Trial of District 1 Pickets, November 25, 1946
2. Price to All Staff Members, John Welsh, David Neish, and James Matles Regarding Staff Expenses, December 2, 1946
3. Price to District 1 Locals, Officers, Executive Board, and Shop Stewards Regarding 1947 Negotiations, February 20, 1947
4. Price to District 1 Locals, Organizers, and UE District Presidents Regarding Trial of UE Pickets, February 20, 1947
5. Price to All UE Locals, UE District Presidents, and Philadelphia CIO Locals Regarding Trial of UE Pickets, March 3, 1947
6. Price to District 1 Locals, UE District Presidents, and Philadelphia CIO Unions Regarding Trial of UE Pickets, April 2, 1947
7. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Van Gelder Appointment with Note from Price to Matles, May 12, 1947
8. Price to All UE Locals, Executive Officers and District Council Delegates Regarding District Council Meeting, December 23, 1947
9. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding the Taft-Hartley Law, 1947
10. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Internal Revenue Service, April 26, 1948
11. Price to Secretaries of District 1 Locals Regarding Educational Conference, February 23, 1948
12. Price to Secretaries of District 1 Locals Regarding Arthur Gaeth Broadcasts with Arthur Gaeth Poster, February 18, 1948
13. Price to District 1 Locals, International Representatives, and Field Organizers Regarding Educational Conferences, March, 1948
14. Price to District 1 Locals, International Representatives, and Field Organizers Regarding Electric Service Manufacturing Strike, March 9, 1948
15. Price to District 1 Philadelphia Locals Regarding Recreational Activities, March 9, 1948
16. Price Memo, "Urgent!!", Regarding Office Supplies, February 23, 1948
17. Price to All UE Locals Regarding Electric Service Manufacturing Strike, March 25, 1948
18. Price to Secretaries of District 1 Locals Regarding Educational Conference, March 25, 1948
19. Price to Secretaries of District 1 Locals Regarding the Film "The Great Swindle" with Response Postcard, March 25, 1948
20. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding UAW Raiding with Letter from Julius Emspak to Phillip Murray Dated March 16, 1948, Regarding UAW Raiding, March 22, 1948
21. Price to UAW-CIO Locals in Pennsylvania Regarding UAW Raiding, March 23, 1948
22. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Wage Negotiations, April 13, 1948
23. Price to District 1 Locals and Field Organizers Regarding Arthur Gaeth Broadcasts with an Arthur Gaeth Broadcast Leaflet, April 13, 1948
24. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Local 150 Strike, May 11, 1948
25. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding the Film "The Great Swindle," May 11, 1948
26. Price to Emspak Regarding Shotte and Koeuting Strikes, August 5, 1948
27. Price to All UE Districts Regarding Local 136 Strike, August 24, 1948
28. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Local 135 Strike, August 24, 1948
29. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Local 136 Strike, August 27, 1948
30. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding the Strike and Defense Fund, October 14, 1948
31. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding the Pamphlet We Fought for Our Union, October 14, 1948
32. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Stewards Conference with the Leaflet "Shop Stewards Conference", December 21, 1948
33. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding United Office and Professional Workers of America Prudential Election, March 14, 1949
34. Price to District 1 Locals in Pennsylvania Regarding Political Action with List of Members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, March 16, 1949
35. Price to Philadelphia Area UE Locals Regarding Wage Campaign with Report on the May 13, 1948 District 1 Wage Campaign Meeting of Philadelphia Locals, May 14, 1948
36. Price to District 1 Locals and UE District Offices Regarding Miscellaneous District Matters, May 25, 1949
37. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding an Unemployment Meeting at Local 107, May 25, 1949
38. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Local 107, April 21, 1949
39. Price to District 1 Locals and UE District Offices Regarding Frank Hellman Case, May 25, 1949
40. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding the USW Strike of American Chain & Cable Company Workers in Pittston, Pennsylvania, March 3, 1950
41. Price Press Release to UE News Regarding Wage Control Demonstration, December 1951
42. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding National Women's Conference, February 17, 1953
43. Price to District 1 Locals Regarding Local 1113 Strike, February 23, 1953
44. Price Memo Regarding Metal Workers Conference, February 26, 1953
45. Price to District 1 Locals and District Executive Board Members Regarding Fighting Fund, March 13, 1952
46. News Clipping from the Philadephia Bulletin Regarding Price Resignation, August 7, 1953
Folder 4 District 1 President Ernest Moyer Correspondence, 1953-1954
1. Ernest Moyer Notice to District 1 Locals Regarding James Price Resignation, August 1953
2. Moyer Letter Regarding District 1 Convention, November 23, 1953
3. Moyer to District 1 Locals Regarding Local 107 Representation Election, January 15, 1954
Folder 5 District 1 President Peter Besch Correspondence, 1955
1. Peter Besch Notice Regarding District Office, February 1955
2. Besch to District 1 Locals and Staff Members Regarding the Brownell-Butler Act Case against the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union (MMSW) with a UE Local 155 Shop Stewards Council Resolution Dated August 2, 1955, Regarding MMSW, August 1955
3. Besch to Senators and Congressmen in District 1 Area Regarding Brownell and MMSW, August, 1955
4. Besch to Other Unions Regarding MMSW, August 1955
5. Besch to District 1 Locals Regarding the Third District 1 Convention with an October 4, 1955, Letter from Max Helfand to UE District 1 Locals Regarding the District 1 Banquet, a District 1 Convention Leaflet and Credentials Form, October 4, 1955
Folder 6 District 1 President Peter Besch Correspondence, 1956-1958
Folder 7 District 1 President Robert Kyler Correspondence, 1958-1962, 1969-1973
Folder 8 District 1 President Richard Williams Correspondence, 1962-1969
Folder 9 District 1 President Thomas F. Sharkey Correspondence, 1973-1975
Folder 10 District 1 President Nicholas Onofaro Correspondence, 1980
Folder 11 District 1 Treasurer Lewis Cohen Reports, October 1936-February 1937
Folder 12 District 1 Secretary Samuel Basmajian Correspondence Regarding District Council Meeting with Envelope, March 26, 1945
Folder 13 International Representative Carl Bersing Reports, 1941-1944
1. Report Regarding Bendix Organizing Campaign with Carl Bersing Letter to James Matles Regarding the Report, January 13, 1943
2. Statement on the Present Status of Staff and a Proposed Plan of Assignments Affecting the Activities of the District 1 Office in Philadelphia Concerning Staff Members and Organization with a Letter from Bersing to Albert Fitzgerald and Julius Emspak Regarding the Report and a Staff Reporting Form, April 13, 1941
3. Organizational Activity Carried on in District 1 by International Staff Members, May 3, 1944
Folder 14 International Representative Peter Besch Reports, 1943-1945
1. District 1 UE Organizational Status with Peter Besch Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding the Report, June 11, 1945
2. Monthly Organizer's Report, November 30, 1943
3. Monthly Organizer's Report with May 1, 1944, Besch Letter to Emspak Regarding the Report, April 1944
4. International Representatives Report, June 1944
5. Organization Report, October 29, 1945
Folder 15 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, May 1936-March 1937, December 1940
Folder 16 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1942-1943, 1946-1947
1. Minutes with Supplemental Material, June 4, 1942
2. Minutes, August 6, 1942
3. Minutes with Harry Block Letter, February 11, 1943
4. Minutes, December 5, 1946
5. Minutes with Report by James Price, January 9, 1947
6. Minutes, February 6, 1947
7. Minutes with Thomas F. Delaney Letter to Tom Wright Dating March 17, 1947, Regarding the Minutes, March 6, 1947
8. Minutes with President's Report, April 10, 1947
9. Minutes with President's Report and April 10, 1947, Report of Paul Boylan, May 1, 1947
10. Minutes with District President Price's Report, International President Fitzgerald's Report, and Paul Boylan's Report for May, June 5, 1947
11. Minutes, July 10, 1947
12. Minutes with Report and Recommendations of District PAC Committee, August 7, 1947
13. Minutes, October 9, 1947
14. Minutes, November 6, 1947
Folder 17 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1942
Folder 18 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1943
Folder 19 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1944
Folder 20 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1945
Folder 21 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1946
Folder 22 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1947
Folder 23-24 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1948
Folder 25 District 1 Council Minutes, 1949
Folder 26 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1950
Folder 27 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1951
Folder 28 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1952
Folder 29 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1953
Folder 30 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1954
Folder 31 District 1 Council and District Executive Board Minutes, 1955-1960

Box 2
Folder 1 District 1 Council Minutes, 1961-1963
Folder 2 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1948
1. Minutes, January 8, 1948
2. Minutes with UE District 1 Organizer's Report, February 5, 1948
3. Minutes with UE District 1 Organizer's Report, March 4, 1948
4. Minutes with UE District 1 Organizer's Report, April 1, 1948
5. Minutes with Report of International Representative Rhine, May 6, 1948
6. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, June 10, 1948
7. Minutes, August 12, 1948
8. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, July 1, 1948
9. Minutes with Statement by Albert J. Fitzgerald, September 2, 1948
10. Minutes with Resolution Regarding West Coast Maritime Unions Strike, October 7, 1948
11. Minutes with Reports of District Organizer Ruzansky and a Resolution Regarding the Taft-Hartley Law, November 4, 1948
12. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, December 2, 1948
Folder 3 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1949-1950
1. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, January 6, 1949
2. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, February 3, 1949
3. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, March 3, 1949
4. Minutes with District Organizer's Report, May 5, 1949
5. Minutes with Report of Organizer Ruzansky, June 2, 1949
6. Minutes with District Organizer's Report and Thomas Delaney Letter to all UE District 1 Council Delegates, July 7, 1949
7. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, August 4, 1949
8. Minutes with Report of District Organizer Ruzansky, September 8, 1949
9. Minutes with District Organizer's Report, October 6, 1949
10. Minutes, January 5, 1950
11. Minutes, February 2, 1950
12. Minutes, March 2, 1950
13. Minutes, September 7, 1950
Folder 4 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1948-1953
Folder 5 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1954
Folder 6 District 1 Council Meeting Minutes, 1959-1979
Folder 7 District 1 Executive Council Minutes, 1980-1993
Folder 8 District 1 Council Correspondence 1957-1978
Folder 9 District 1 Constitutional Convention Minutes and Officer's Reports, 1956-1963
Folder 10 District 1 Constitutional Convention Minutes and Officer's Reports, 1964-1978
Folder 11 District 1 Constitutional Convention Correspondence, 1957-1976
Folder 12 District 1 Executive Council Literature, 1938-1955
1. Election of CIO Council Officers Regarding Vote Totals, January 13, 1935
2. Sample Ballot for Election of CIO Council Officers for 1938, January 13, 1938
3. Relief and Welfare Committee Letter to Philadelphia Industrial Union Council Executive Board Regarding the Works Projects Administration, January 21, 1938
4. Secretaries of Locals in District 1, 1935-1940
5. List of District 1 Local Secretaries with L. Geiselman Letter to Julius Emspak Dating October 26, 1942, Regarding the Address List, October 1942
6. Application for a Local Union Charter, November 16, 1944
7. Disposition of Staff, October 1, 1945
8. Shops within UE Jurisdiction in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with Memo to Peter Besch Regarding the Chart, November 3, 1945
9. National Staff Members Currently Engaged in District 1 with Their Assignments and a List of Shops Won in District 1 Since March 1, May 16, 1946
10. Curtis D. Heffner Weekly Report, September 21, 1946
11. Meeting of CIO on the Newspaper Strike, December 5, 1946
12. Organization Chart, 1943-1946
13. Plan of Action, Baltimore, 1943-1946
14. District 1, Radio Broadcast Script, June 27, 1947
15. UE District 1 Wage Gains, July 7, 1948
16. District 1 Council Election Results, October 6, 1949
17. Proposed Community Campaign in Support of CIO Wage Program, 1946-1949
18. Statement of Policy for the 15th Annual UE Convention, August 31, 1950
19. Wage Negotiations Memo, April 11, 1952
20. Memo on IUE Settlement of Philco Strike, June 1954
Folder 13 District 1 Miscellaneous Literature, C.W. Fowler Request for Vacation, May 18, 1955
Folder 14 District 1 Executive Council Resolutions, 1938, 1941-1948
1. Wage Cuts, January 13, 1938
2. Horse Hair Industry, January 13, 1938
3. Taxation, January 13, 1938
4. Shoe Strike, January 13, 1938
5. National Leather Workers Association Strike, January 13, 1938
6. General Foods Boycott, January 13, 1938
7. Radio Broadcasts, January 13, 1938
8. Defense Strike Bill, April 1941
9. Second Front with Samuel Basmajian Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding Resolution, March 24, 1943
10. Nazi Atrocities, 1943
11. Resistance Movements, December 1944
12. War Manpower Commission with Henry Block Letter to UE Regarding Resolution, July 1944
13. Crimean Conference with March 9, 1945, Basmajian Letter to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding the Resolution, March 1, 1945
14. World Trade Union Conference, March 1, 1945
15. Local 133 and International Representative with Thomas Delaney Letter to Fitzgerald, May 9, 1946
16. United Mine Workers of America Strike, December 5, 1946
17. School Aid, December 5, 1946
18. UMWA Strike, December 5, 1946
19. Rent Control, January 9, 1947
20. Greek Anti-Strike Law, February 5, 1948
21. Philadelphia Transit Company Fare Increase, March 4, 1948
Folder 15 District 1 Executive Council Resolutions, 1948-1950
1. Victor Riesel, March 4, 1948
2. Frank Hellman Deportation, March 4, 1948
3. United Auto Workers Raiding with April 16, 1948, Thomas Delaney Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding Resolution, April 1, 1948
4. Mundt-Nixon Bill with May 7, 1948, James Price Letter to All Locals Regarding Resolution, May 6, 1948
5. Security Clearances, August 12, 1948
6. James Kutchev Case with a Copy of the Taft-Hartley Law, November 4, 1948
7. Condemnation of Harry Block's Local 124 Activity, November 4, 1948
8. Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Law, December 2, 1948
9. International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and the Taft-Hartley Act, January 6, 1949
10. ILGWU and the Taft Hartley Law with January 11, 1949, Delaney Letter to Emspak Regarding Resolution, January 10, 1949
11. Wiretapping, February 3, 1949
12. Public Schools, February 3, 1949
13. Ober Bill, March 3, 1949
14. Rice and Holman Strikes, May 5, 1949
15. Unemployment and Special Session, Pennsylvania Legislative, July 7, 1949
16. East German Railroad Strikes, July 7, 1949
17. Strikebreaking with July 13, 1949, Delaney Letter to Emspak Regarding Resolutions, July 7, 1949
18. Unemployment and Special Session, PA Legislature with July 18, 1949, Delaney Letter to UE District 1 Council Delegates Regarding Correction Resolutions, July 7, 1949
19. Peekskills Riot with Letter Regarding United Steelworkers Raiding, September 8, 1949
20. United Mine Workers of America Strike, February 2, 1950
21. Crowe Bill
Folder 16 District 1 Executive Council Resolution Concerning Local 813, Bucyrus-Erie Strike with Price Letter to District 1 Locals Regarding Resolution, September 27, 1948
Folder 17 District 1 Political Action Committee, 1945-1947
1. Harry Block Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding PAC Checks, August 1, 1945
2. Block Letter to Emspak Regarding PAC Checks, August 8, 1945
3. Emspak Letter to Block Regarding PAC Receipts, August 17, 1945
4. John Welsh Letter to UE Regarding PAC Check, September 4, 1945
5. Emspak Letter to Welsh Regarding PAC Receipts, September 11, 1945
6. Emspak Letter to Welsh Regarding PAC Receipts, October 22, 1945
7. Block Letter to UE Regarding Membership Lests, May 10, 1946
8. George Yaunches Letter to Emspak Regarding PAC Funds, July-August 1946
9. Joseph Kelly Letter to UE Regarding 1946 Elections, October 1946
10. Emspak Telegram to Block, Peter Besch, and Francis White Regarding 1946 Elections with Emspak Letter to Kelly Regarding Telegram, October 22, 1946
11. PAC Dollar Drive Status with James Price Letter to Emspak Dated October 31, 1947, Regarding PAC Report, October 31, 1947
Folder 18 District 1 Political Action Committee, 1954
1. Outline of UE Legislative-Political Action, January 4-5, 1954
2. C.W. Fowler Letter to District 1 Locals, January 27, 1954
Folder 19 District 1 Political Action, 1966-1979
Folder 20 District 1 Staff Meetings Minutes, 1944
1. Minutes, April 28, 1944
2. Minutes, May 22, 1944
3. Minutes, June 8, 1944
4. Minutes with Carl Bersing Letter to All Business Representatives and Organizers Dated June 30, 1944, Regarding Staff Meetings, June 23, 1944
5. Minutes with Peter Besch Letter to All Business Representatives and Organizers Dated July 11, 1944, Regarding Minutes, July 7, 1944
6. Minutes, July 25, 1944
7. Minutes, August 25, 1944
Folder 21 District 1 Staff Meetings Minutes, 1945-1946
Folder 22 District 1 Staff Meeting Minutes, Baltimore, 1944-1945
1. Minutes, July 27, 1944
2. Minutes with Peter Besch Letter to Julius Emspak Dated October 3, 1944, Regarding Minutes, September 20, 1944
3. Minutes, March 15, 1942
4. Minutes, March 29, 1945
Folder 23 District 1 Staff Meeting Minutes, Philadelphia, June 8, 1945
Folder 24 District 1 Staff Meeting Minutes, Western Electric, July 25-August 8, 1945
Folder 25 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence 1936-1954
1. Janet Barish to Earl Brown Regarding Staff Finances, July 9, 1943
2. Barish to Elinor Jaffe Regarding Staff Finances, September 20, 1944
3. Barish to Alma Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
4. Barish to Elinor Norton Regarding Staff Finances, January 27, 1945
5. Barish to Elinor Helfland Regarding Staff Finances, February 28, 1945
6. Barish to Jaffe Regarding Staff Finances, July 3, 1945
7. Barish to Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, September 11, 1945
8. Barish to Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, October 2, 1945
9. Barish to Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, February 8, 1946
10. Barish to Ruth Richardson Regarding Staff Finances, June 19, 1947
11. Barish to Cynthia Isenberg Regarding Staff Finances, May 27, 1948
12. Barish to Abraham Ruzansky Regarding Staff Finances, January 7, 1949
13. Barish to Ruzansky Regarding Staff Finances, February 16, 1949
14. Barish to Ruzansky Regarding Dave Ratner, March 15, 1949
15. Barish to Isenberg Regarding Staff Expenses, April 22, 1949
16. Barish to Olive Allen Regarding Staff Finances, August 19, 1949
17. Barish to Olive Bean Regarding Staff Finances, September 14, 1950
18. Barish to Edward Savitsky Regarding Staff Finances, January 11, 1954
19. Brown to District 1 Regarding Supplies, July 22, 1943
20. Bill Cahn to Ruzansky Regarding Publicity, January 20, 1948
21. Cahn to Ruzansky Regarding Publicity, February 19, 1948
22. Cahn to Ruzansky Regarding Publicity, January 11, 1949
23. Cahn to Ruzansky Regarding Publicity, February 15, 1949
24. Cahn to Ruzansky Regarding Publicity, December 20, 1949
25. James Carey to Marion Carey Regarding Organization, August 20, 1936
26. James Carey to Marion Carey Regarding Staff Assignments, September 24, 1936
27. James Carey to District 1 Council Officers and Delegates Regarding District Committees, November 4, 1936
28. James Carey to District 1 Council and Harry Block Regarding the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, June 24, 1937
29. Secretary of James Carey Response to Charles J. Devlin Regarding Letter, May 31, 1938
Folder 26 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, 1954
Folder 27 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, 1953
Folder 28 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1954
1. Julius Emspak to Carl Bersing Regarding the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, February 3, 1937
2. Emspak to Lewis Cohen Regarding Finances, February 25, 1937
3. Emspak to Joseph Stemple Regarding Supplies, June 4, 1937
4. Emspak to Marie Covington Sankirk Regarding Employment, January 11, 1943
5. Emspak to Alma Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, March 24, 1943
6. Emspak to Samuel Basmajian Regarding District Presidents, June 23, 1943
7. Emspak to Joseph Infante Regarding Supplies, October 5, 1943
8. Emspak to Basmajian Regarding Staff Members, July 3, 1944
9. Emspak to Mark Killcoyne and David Neish Regarding Finances, July 5, 1944
10. Emspak to John Feggley Regarding Penn Surgical Manufacturing, December 20, 1944
11. Emspak to Joseph Shill Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1945
12. Emspak to Francis White Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1945
13. Emspak to UE Locals, Executive Board Members, and International Representatives Regarding Veterans, May 31, 1945
14. Emspak to General Executive Board Members and International Representatives Regarding Veterans' Dues, June 12, 1945
15. Emspak to Herbert Hirschberg Regarding Staff Finances, June 14, 1945
16. Emspak to John Welsh Regarding Staff Finances, August 7, 1945
17. Emspak to R. Byron Regarding Staff Finances, September 13, 1945
18. Helen Lief, Secretary to Emspak, to Lucia Geiselman Regarding Local Constitution, April 16, 1946
19. Emspak to Thomas Delaney Regarding General Electric Strikers' Trials, August 30, 1946
20. Emspak to Delaney Regarding Resolutions, January 27, 1947
21. Helen Martin, Secretary to Emspak, to Jack Rowley Regarding Factionalism, March 3, 1947
22. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 8, 1947
23. Emspak to Paul Boylan Regarding Staff Finances, June 23, 1947
24. Emspak to Frank Kozik Regarding Local 127 Jones Manufacturing Strike, August 13, 1947
25. Emspak to Abraham Ruzansky Regarding Local Constitutions, December 30, 1947
26. Emspak to Ruzansky Regarding Local Constitutions, January 8, 1948
27. Emspak to Delaney Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1949
28. Emspak to Delaney Regarding District Officers, October 9, 1950
29. Emspak to Francis Bradley Regarding Staff Finances, June 25, 1953
30. Norma Gould, Secretary to Emspak, to Basmajian Regarding Letter, March 28, 1944
31. Gould, Secretary to Emspak, to Basmajian Regarding Staff Meeting, April 20, 1944
32. Secretary of Emspak Regarding Hotel Reservation, November 20, 1953
33. Ruth Shubert, Secretary of Emspak, to District Council 1 Regarding District Presidents, October 25, 1944
34. Albert Fitzgerald to Delaney Regarding District 1 Meeting, October 23, 1946
35. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Eugene O'Brien Regarding Appointment with E.L.M. Memo to Ray Klausner, December 11, 1953
36. Fitzgerald to Edward Savitsky Regarding Meeting, March 25, 1954
37. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Delaney Regarding District Resolution, May 17, 1946
38. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Delaney Regarding Hotel Reservation, May 29, 1946
39. Lillian Kaunos to Bersing Regarding United Office and Professional Workers of America Staff Members Contract with a Copy of the Proposed Contract, May 11, 1943
40. Frederick Livingston to Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, April 25, 1944
Folder 29 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1949
1. James Matles to George Morgan Regarding Staff Members, October 6, 1937
2. Matles to Carl Bersing Regarding Defunct Locals, December 3, 1937
3. Matles to All District 1 Field Organizers Regarding Staff Members, January 7, 1943
4. Matles to District 1 Council Regarding Staff Members, March 23, 1943
5. Matles to Ruth Schmidt Regarding Women For Victory Conference, March 29, 1943
6. Matles to Schmidt Regarding Women for Victory Conference, April 20, 1943
7. Matles to Dave Davis Regarding Staff Members, July 22, 1943
8. Matles to Earl Brown Regarding Staff Members, August 11, 1943
9. Matles to Jeanette Kaplan Regarding Staff Finances, November 23, 1945
10. Matles to Kaplan Regarding Organization in Baltimore, July 18, 1946
11. Matles to Hattler Regarding Organization, October 10, 1946
12. Matles to David Kanes Regarding Appointment, May 7, 1947
13. Matles to Jack Zucker Regarding Furniture Workers, September 17, 1947
14. Matles to Abraham Ruzansky Regarding Taft-Hartley Bill, January 23, 1948
15. Selma Traub, Secretary of Matles, to Ruzansky Regarding Mailing Lists, March 10, 1948
16. Traub, Secretary of Matles, to Ruzansky Regarding Globe Union Battery, August 18, 1948
17. Matles to Ruzansky Regarding Dues, April 20, 1949
18. Matles to All International Representatives Regarding Mailing Lists, November 29, 1949
19. Matles to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Member Finances, December 27, 1949
Folder 30 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, 1953-1955
1. Secretary of James Matles to Elinor Helfand Regarding Staff Members, February 2, 1953
2. James Matles to Dorothy Steffens Regarding War Stabilization Board, March 2, 1953
3. Matles to District 1 Staff Representatives Regarding Staff Meeting, April 22, 1953
4. Matles to International Representatives and Field Organizers Regarding Per Capita Tax, January 25, 1954
5. Matles to Joseph McCann Regarding Camden Office, January 29, 1954
6. Matles to McCann Regarding Camden Office, February 16, 1954
7. Matles to C.W. Fowler Regarding Legislative Conference, February 17, 1954
8. Matles to McCann Regarding Finances, March 8, 1954
9. Matles to Fowler Regarding Philco Strike, May 14, 1954
10. Matles to Edward Savitsky Regarding Phillipsburg Inter-union Rivalry, December 18, 1954
11. Matles to Savitsky Regarding Finances, December 20, 1954
12. Matles to UE Organizing Committee of the Westinghouse Air Arm Division Regarding Organization Westinghouse Air Arm Division, February 4, 1955
13. Matles to Fowler Regarding Staff Assignments, November 16, 1955
Folder 31 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, 1936-1954
1. Edward Matthews to Abraham Ruzansky Regarding Supplies, December 16, 1949
2. David Ratner to Alma Reinholt Regarding Staff Meeting, November 11, 1946
3. Ratner to Reinholt Regarding Staff Finances, November 15, 1946
4. Ratner to Reinholt Regarding Supplies, July 9, 1948
5. Ratner to Reinholt Regarding Supplies, January 7, 1949
6. Ratner to Ruzansky Regarding Local 110, March 18, 1949
7. Ben Riskin to Ruzansky Regarding Struthers-Dunn Locals, November 29, 1948
8. Selma Trauber to Reinholt Regarding Supplies, October 29, 1946
9. Trauber to Olive Allen Regarding United Office and Professional Workers of America Contract, August 26, 1949
10. National Office to Marion Carey Regarding James Carey, September 21, 1936
11. Citizen to District 1 Regarding Franklin D. Roosevelt, March 30, 1943
12. Thelma to Fay Regarding Political Action, April 27, 1944
Folder 32 District 1 General Incoming Correspondence, Basil Pollitt to Elinor Helfand Regarding Local 131, December 28, 1954
Folder 33 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1951
1. Samuel Basmajian to UE Regarding District Presidents, June 9, 1943
2. Basmajian to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 21, 1944
3. Basmajian to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27, 1944
4. Basmajian to Emspak Regarding Appointment, April 27, 1944
5. Basmajian to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 8, 1944
6. Basmajian to Marcel Scherer Regarding Reconversion Conference, November 13, 1944
7. Olive Allen Bean to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 10, 1949
8. Bean to Selma Trauber Regarding United Office and Professional Workers of America Contract, August 23, 1949
9. Bean to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, September 8, 1950
10. Bean to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 10, 1951
11. Carl Bersing to Emspak Regarding the International Association of Machinists, January 6, 1936
12. Bersing to Matles Regarding United Office and Professional Workers of America Contract, July 30, 1943
13. Charles Blest to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism with Wilmington Morning News Clipping, November 5, 1949
14. Frank Bloom to Emspak Regarding the UE News and Local 139 with an October 1941 Local 139 Mailing List, December 12, 1941
15. Paul Boylan to UE Regarding Staff Finances, December 17, 1946
16. Boylan to UE Regarding Staff Finances, December 26, 1946
17. Boylan to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 19, 1947
18. Earl Brown to Barish Regarding Staff Finances with W-4 Form, July 19, 1943
19. Brown to Norma Gould Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, July 21, 1943
20. Brown to Gould Regarding Staff Members, August 4, 1943
Folder 34 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1936-1951
1. R. Byron to UE Regarding Local Addresses, September 8, 1945
2. Marion Carey to Julius Emspak Regarding Strike Stamps, May 27, 1936
3. Marion Carey to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, August 8, 1936
4. Marion Carey to Emspak Regarding Organization, August 9, 1936
5. Michael Clifford to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and the USW, November 4, 1949
6. Lewis Cohen to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 18, 1937
7. Thomas Delaney to Fitzgerald Regarding District Meeting, October 21, 1946
8. Delaney to Emspak Regarding the UE News, January 14, 1947
9. Delaney to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 10, 1947
10. Delaney to Maurice Tobin Regarding Taft-Hartley Bill, January 6, 1949
11. Delaney to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, October 4, 1949
12. Delaney to Matles Regarding Staff Members with Elizabeth Moore Letter to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 15, 1951
13. Gene Derrickson to Matles Regarding Staff Members with Emma Memo to Ratner, January 4, 1950
14. Charles Devlin to James Carey Regarding Employment, May 10, 1938
15. Jeanette K. Fino to Matles Regarding Staff Finances
16. Lucia Geiselman to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 12, 1946
17. Geiselman to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 13, 1946
18. Samuel Goldberg to Emspak Regarding War Mobilization Commission with Philadelphia Record Clipping, July 7, 1944
19. Goldberg to Fitzgerald Regarding Reconversion Conference with Reconversion Conference Credential, October 6, 1944
20. Curtis Heffner to UE Regarding Staff Finances, September 14, 1946
21. Elinor Helfand (nee Norton) to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Helfand Letter to Frederick Livingston Regarding Staff Finances, January 2, 1944
22. Helfand to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 17, 1944
23. Helfand to Bookkeeping Department Regarding Staff Finances, May 1944
24. Helfand to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1945
25. Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
26. Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 30, 1945
27. Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 1945
28. Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 7, 1945
Folder 35 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1952-1955
1. Joe Dermody to James Matles Regarding Time-Study, January 7, 1955
2. C.W. Fowler to David Ratner Regarding Schenectady Strike Aid, October 1, 1954
3. Fowler to Matles Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelting Workers, August 18, 1955
4. Elinor Helfand to UE Fighting Fund Regarding Supplies, February 19, 1952
5. Elinor Helfand to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, August 18, 1953
6. Elinor Helfand to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, September 9, 1953
7. Elinor Helfand to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 5, 1954
8. Elinor Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 9, 1954
9. Elinor Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 31, 1954
10. Elinor Helfand to Ratner Regarding Finances, October 4, 1954
11. Elinor Helfand to Ratner Regarding Finances and Supplies, October 5, 1954
12. Elinor Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 13, 1955
13. Elinor Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1955
14. Elinor Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 15, 1955
15. Elinor Helfand to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 28, 1955
16. Elinor Helfand to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, June 21, 1955
17. Elinor Helfand to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 1955
18. Max Helfand to Emspak Regarding Loan with Receipt, December 1953
19. Max Helfand to Emspak Regarding Loan, January 1954
20. Max Helfand to Emspak Regarding Loan, February 8, 1954
Folder 36 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1949
1. Frank Hellman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, February 8, 1947
2. Herbert Hirschberg to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 6, 1945
3. Joseph Infante to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 23, 1943
4. Cynthia Isenberg to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 18, 1948
5. Isenberg to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 21, 1949
6. Elinor Jaffe to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1944
7. Jaffe to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, May 31, 1944
8. Jaffe to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 15, 1944
9. Jaffe to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 29, 1945
10. David Kanes Telegram to Selma Trauber Regarding Appointment, May 8, 1945
11. Kanes Telegram to Trauber Regarding Appointment, May 12, 1945
12. Kanes Telegram to James Matles Regarding Appointment, May 5, 1947
13. Jeannette Kaplan to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 19, 1945
14. Kaplan to Matles Regarding Western Electric, January 8, 1946
15. Kaplan to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, May 24, 1946
16. Kaplan to Matles Regarding Western Electric, July 3, 1946
17. Kaplan to Matles Regarding Western Electric with July 1, 1946, News Briefs for Western Electric Management, July 12, 1946
18. Kaplan to Matles Regarding Western Electric with Kaplan Letter to Bliss Regarding Western Electric, August 29, 1946
19. Herbert Moore to Fred Livingston Regarding Staff Finances, February 22, 1945
20. Sylvia Muth to Emspak Regarding Factionalism with March 6, 1947, Report on Block-Carey Secession Movement, March 10, 1947
Folder 37 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1953-1954
1. Joseph McCann to James Matles Regarding Camden Office, February 3, 1954
2. Eugene O'Brien Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 155, Dave Davis and Anti-Communism, December 11, 1953
3. O'Brien Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Telegram, December 14, 1953
4. John Price to UE News Regarding Subscription, November 17, 1953
Folder 38 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1950
1. Alma Reinholt to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 16, 1943
2. Reinholt to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 11, 1943
3. Reinholt to Nat Gelder Regarding Staff Finances, November 15, 1943
4. Reinholt to Gelder Regarding Staff Finances, February 1, 1944
5. Reinholt to Norma Gould Regarding Staff Finances, July 28, 1944
6. Reinholt to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 17, 1944
7. Reinholt to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 22, 1944
8. Reinholt to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 30, 1944
9. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1944
10. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 17, 1945
11. Reinholt to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 15, 1945
12. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 7, 1945
13. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 13, 1945
14. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 30, 1945
15. Reinholt to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 18, 1945
16. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 1, 1945
17. Reinholt to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 4, 1946
18. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Address Correction, May 29, 1946
19. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 2, 1946
20. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Publicity with Leaflets "Don't Wait for the Other Guy" and "Here It Is - Pay Day Again", August 16, 1946
21. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 26, 1946
22. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 6, 1946
23. Reinholt to Dave Ratner Regarding Finances, November 6, 1946
24. Reinholt to James Matles Regarding NLRB Elections at Penn Electrical Engineering and Phillips and Maier in Scranton, PA, October 22, 1946
25. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 29, 1946
26. Reinholt to Tom Wright Regarding UE News Reporters, November 6, 1946
27. Reinholt to Ratner Regarding Finances, November 11, 1946
28. Reinholt to Ratner Regarding Finances, November 21, 1946
29. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, December 3, 1946
30. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1946
31. Reinholt to Wright Regarding UE News Reporters, December 20, 1946
32. Reinholt to Selma Kaslick Regarding Local Addresses, March 4, 1947
33. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Address Correction, June 3, 1947
34. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Supplies, July 8, 1948
35. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances and Supplies, January 3, 1949
36. Reinholt to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 21, 1949
37. Reinholt to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, September 18, 1950
38. Reinholt to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, September 27, 1950
Folder 39 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1942-1950
1. Henry Rhine to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 5, 1945
2. Rhine to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Animal Trap Strike in Lititz, PA, February 18, 1947
3. Rhine to Cynthia Isenberg, Secretary to Janet Barish, Regarding Staff Finances, May 24, 1948
4. Rhine to Matles or Emspak Regarding Convention Delegate Elections, July 10, 1948
5. Rhine to James Lerner Regarding Shop Stewards Conference, January 24, 1949
6. Rhine to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 4, 1949
7. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 11, 1949
8. Jack Rowley to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 25, 1947
9. Abraham Ruzansky to the UE News Regarding Supplies, December 9, 1947
10. Ruzansky to UE Regarding Local and UE Constitutions, December 22, 1947
11. Ruzansky to Emspak Regarding Constitutions, January 6, 1948
12. Ruzansky to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 8, 1948
13. Ruzansky to William Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, January 14, 1948
14. Ruzansky to Emspak Regarding Radio Broadcasts, February 10, 1948
15. Ruzansky to Matles Regarding Supplies, February 10, 1948
16. Ruzansky to Nat Spero Regarding Educational Conference, February 10, 1948
17. Ruzansky to Matles Regarding Mailing List, February 24, 1948
18. Ruzansky to Matles Regarding Mailing List, May 10, 1948
19. Ruzansky to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 15, 1948
20. Ruzansky to Matles Regarding Globe Union Battery, August 11, 1948
21. Ruzansky to Cahn Regarding Publicity, February 4, 1949
22. Ruzansky to David Ratner Regarding Finances, February 14, 1949
23. Ruzansky to Ratner Regarding Finances, March 1949
24. Ruzansky to Matles Regarding Literature, May 5, 1949
25. Ruzansky to Matles Regarding UE News, August 8, 1949
26. Ruzansky to Ratner Regarding Finances, October 1942
27. Ruzansky to Emspak Regarding Literature, December 13, 1949
28. Ruzansky to Ed Matthews Regarding Literature, December 1949
29. Ruzansky to Matthews Regarding Local Address, July 13, 1950
Folder 40 District 1 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1955
1. Edward Savitsky to Julius Emspak Regarding Reservations, November 18, 1953
2. Savitsky to James Matles Regarding Finances, January 10, 1955
3. Ruth Schmidt to Matles Regarding Women's Conference, March 22, 1943
4. Schmidt to Matles Regarding Women's Conference, April 13, 1943
5. Jolly Smolens to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 20, 1951
6. Dorothy Steffens to Ray Platt Regarding Bendix Friez Incentive Plan and War Labor Board, January 8, 1945
7. Steffens to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and Factionalism, January 11, 1945
8. Joseph Stiuple to Emspak Regarding Organization, May 28, 1937
9. K. Thompson to UE Regarding District Address, October 17, 1944
10. Philip Van Gelder to Matles Regarding 1949 Split, November 18, 1949
11. Van Gelder to Matles Regarding 1949 Split, November 16, 1949
12. Van Gelder to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 25, 1949
13. Francis White to Joseph Demody Regarding Staff Members, January 10, 1945
14. Jack Zucker to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Furniture Workers, September 29, 1947
Folder 41 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1943
1. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, March 17, 1937
2. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, March 25, 1937
3. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, April 19, 1937
4. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, April 21, 1937
5. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, May 12, 1937
6. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, July 23, 1937
7. UE Executive Secretary Regarding Advertisement and Local 1223, August 19, 1937
8. Unsigned Telegram Regarding Finances, August 27, 1937
9. Unsigned Letter Regarding Supplies, December 15, 1937
10. Unsigned Letter Regarding Staff Finances with Staff Salary Chart, January 2, 1941
11. Unsigned Letter Regarding Finances, August 27, 1941
12. Unsigned Letter Regarding Finances, February 13, 1942
13. Unsigned Letter Regarding Finances, October 7, 1942
14. Local 111 Executive Board Telegram Regarding Strikes, April 1, 1946
15. Neil Brant Regarding War Labor Board, June 21, 1943
16. William Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 5, 1946
17. Cahn Regarding the Pamphlet "UE Fights for a Better America", June 25, 1946
18. James Carey Regarding International Association of Machinists, January 9, 1937
19. Carey Regarding Battery Industry, January 16, 1937
20. Carey Regarding Organization, January 21, 1937
21. Carey Regarding Francis Sullivan, September 16, 1937
22. Carey Regarding Factionalism, November 25, 1940
23. Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 5, 1940
24. Carey Regarding Philco Organization with a Letter from J.S. Johnson to Philip Murray Dated February 5, 1941, and a Letter from Agnes Quinn, Carey's Secretary, to Johnson Dated February 13, 1941, Regarding Philco, March 6, 1941
Folder 42 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1936-1943
1. O.E. Day Regarding Blind Employment, March 12, 1943
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, November 16, 1936
3. Emspak Regarding Local 103 Finances, December 8, 1936
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 19, 1936
5. Emspak Regarding People's Press, January 11, 1937
6. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Willard Battery, February 5, 1937
7. Emspak Regarding General Electric Organization, February 6, 1937
8. Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 9, 1937
9. Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 7, 1937
10. Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 19, 1937
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27, 1937
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 7, 1937
13. Emspak Regarding Organization, Finances, and Supplies, June 5, 1937
14. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 1, 1937
15. Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 16, 1937
16. Emspak Regarding Credentials, August 17, 1937
17. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 13, 1937
18. Emspak Regarding Bail Bonds, November 4, 1937
19. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 2, 1937
20. Emspak Telegram Regarding Appointment, 1937
21. Emspak Regarding Organization and Finances, January 5, 1938
22. Emspak Regarding Officers, January 7, 1938
23. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 15, 1938
24. Emspak Regarding Communications, January 28, 1938
25. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 5, 1938
26. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 9, 1938
27. Emspak Regarding Letter, February 19, 1938
Folder 43 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1940-1941
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 13, 1940
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 27, 1940
3. Emspak Regarding Address List, December 6, 1940
4. Emspak Regarding General Electric York Organization, December 17, 1940
5. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 23, 1940
6. Emspak Regarding UE News, December 23, 1940
7. Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 24, 1940
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 115, December 31, 1940
9. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 22, 1941
10. Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 20, 1941
11. Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 24, 1941
12. Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 20, 1941
13. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1941
14. Emspak Regarding Student Labor, March 27, 1941
15. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 25, 1941
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Wilmington, May 6, 1941
17. Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 15, 1941
18. Emspak Regarding Local 121 and Fidelity Electric, May 26, 1941
19. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 27, 1941
20. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 13, 1941
21. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1941
22. Emspak Regarding GE Locals' Addresses, August 1, 1941
23. Emspak Regarding Supplies and Staff Finances, September 30, 1941
24. Emspak Regarding Staff Mailing List, October 27, 1941
25. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 1, 1941
26. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, November 5, 1941
27. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 7, 1941
28. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 5, 1941
29. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 18, 1941
30. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, December 30, 1941
Folder 44 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 6, 1942
2. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 23, 1942
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1942
4. Emspak Regarding GE York, April 23, 1942
5. Emspak Regarding Political Action with April 15, 1942, William Leader Letter to Emspak Regarding 1942 Elections, April 23, 1942
6. Emspak Regarding Executive Board Minutes, April 23, 1942
7. Emspak Regarding Exectuive Board Minutes, May 13, 1942
8. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 13, 1942
9. Emspak Regarding Production Conference, May 22, 1942
10. Emspak Regarding Charter and Alexander Milburn, June 22, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Exectiuve Board Meeting, November 30, 1942
12. Emspak Regarding Finances with December 21, 1942, Emspak Letter to All Locals Regarding Finances, December 22, 1942
13. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 25, 1943
14. Emspak Regarding Appointments, March 1, 1943
15. Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, March 6, 1943
16. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 9, 1943
17. Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, March 9, 1943
18. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 12, 1943
19. Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, March 12, 1943
20. Emspak Regarding Organization and CIO Local 119, August 9, 1943
21. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 20, 1943
22. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 22, 1943
23. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 25, 1943
24. Emspak Regarding Organization and Baltimore Bendix-Friez, November 15, 1943
25. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 17, 1943
26. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 14, 1943
27. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 112, December 27, 1943
Folder 45 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1944
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 3, 1944
2. Emspak Regarding UE News, February 25, 1944
3. Emspak Regarding Wages, March 2, 1944
4. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 17, 1944
5. Emspak Regarding Membership List, April 19, 1944
6. Emspak Regarding Political Action, April 19, 1944
7. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 25, 1944
8. Emspak Regarding Mailing Lists, May 8, 1944
9. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 12, 1944
10. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, May 31, 1944
11. Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and Organization with June 1, 1944, Harry Block Letter to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and Organization, June 6, 1944
12. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, June 14, 1944
13. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, June 14, 1944
14. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with April 8, 1944, Empsak Letter to All International Representatives and Field Organizers Regarding Staff Finances, July 3, 1944
15. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, July 11, 1944
16. Emspak Telegram Regarding USWA and Philip Murray, August 7, 1944
17. Emspak Regarding USWA and Philip Murray, August 21, 1944
18. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, August 28, 1944
19. Emspak Regarding the USWA and Factionalism, August 28, 1944
20. Emspak Regarding GE York Strike and Local 115, August 30, 1944
21. Emspak Regarding Staff Members and the War Labor Board, October 24, 1944
22. Emspak Regarding Staff Members and the War Labor Board, November 10, 1944
23. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 1, 1944
24. Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 15, 1944
Folder 46 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1948
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 615, January 23, 1945
2. Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 22, 1945
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 20, 1945
4. Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Policy Conference, August 7, 1945
5. Emspak Regarding Letter, August 14, 1945
6. Emspak Regarding District Presidents' Addresses, August 23, 1945
7. Emspak Regarding District Officers, October 29, 1945
8. Emspak Regarding Philco Convention, December 12, 1945
9. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 18, 1946
10. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 25, 1946
11. Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Strike, March 27, 1946
12. Emspak Regarding 1946 Strikes and the National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, April 4, 1946
13. Emspak Regarding Mailing Lists, May 10, 1946
14. Emspak Regarding Local 113, July 1, 1946
15. Emspak Regarding 1948 Convention, February 10, 1948
16. Norma Gould, Secretary of Emspak, Regarding Letter, May 24, 1944
17. Ruth Schubert, Secretary of Emspak, Regarding Staff Members, October 30, 1944
18. Ray Klausner, Secretary of Emspak, Regarding Resevations, October 30, 1944
19. Secretary of Emspak Regarding Letter, November 5, 1945
20. Secretary of Emspak Regarding Local 101, November 28, 1945
Folder 47 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1945
1. Warren Evans Regarding Eastern Shore Public Service Corporation, June 12, 1937
2. Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Political Action and Poll Tax, June 4, 1942
3. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Flag Raising Rally, April 2, 1943
4. Fitzgerald Regarding Conscription, May 8, 1944
5. Fitzgerald Regarding GE York Strike, August 10, 1944
6. Fitzgerald Regarding CIO-PAC, September 1, 1944
7. Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, August 22, 1945
8. Fitzgerald Regarding Housing, November 2, 1945
9. Fitzgerald Regarding Housing, November 30, 1945
10. Fitzgerald Regarding Housing, December 3, 1945
11. Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action with July 17, 1946, Letter to Fitzgerald from Esther Lewis Regarding Political Action, July 25, 1946
12. Secretary of Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, December 26, 1941
13. Secretary of Fitzgerald Regarding Flag Raising Rally, April 1, 1943
14. Ray Kalusner, Secretary of Fitzgerald, Regarding Reservations, November 9, 1944
15. Klausner Regarding Convention, August 28, 1945
16. Nathan Geller Regarding Supplies, January 18, 1939
17. Geller Regarding Supplies, August 8, 1941
Folder 48 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1938
1. James Matles Regarding Organization, July 7, 1937
2. Matles Regarding Locals 103 and 119, July 20, 1937
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 10, 1937
4. Matles Regarding Electric Refrigeration Motor Contract, September 15, 1937
5. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 18, 1937
6. Matles Regarding Organization, September 20, 1937
7. Matles Regarding Organization, September 28, 1937
8. Matles Regarding the International Brotherhood of Electrictal Workers, October 12, 1937
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 15, 1937
10. Matles Telegram Regarding Conference, November 17, 1937
11. Matles Regarding Edison Industries, December 15, 1937
12. Matles Regarding Radio Industry, December 28, 1937
13. Matles Regarding Laborers' International Union 119, December 29, 1937
14. Matles Regarding the CIO, January 3, 1938
15. Matles Regarding General Electric, January 5, 1938
16. Matles Regarding General Electric, January 26, 1938
17. Matles Regarding General Electric, February 3, 1938
18. Matles Telegram Regarding General Electric, February 8, 1938
19. Matles Regarding District Constitution, February 16, 1938
20. Matles Regarding Westinghouse and IBEW, March 2, 1938
21. Matles Regarding Credentials, March 7, 1938
Folder 49 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1940-1942
1. James Matles Regarding the Shipbuilding Industry and Organization, December 10, 1940
2. Matles Regarding York Organization, December 19, 1940
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 6, 1941
4. Matles Regarding Credentials, March 7, 1941
5. Matles Regarding Supplies and Staff Finances, March 12, 1941
6. Matles Regarding Finances and Staff Members, March 25, 1941
7. Matles Regarding Supplies, April 1, 1941
8. Matles Regarding Local 138 Finances with April 11, 1941, Memo to Nat Regarding Local 138 Finances, April 15, 1941
9. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 18, 1941
10. Matles Regarding Local 112, April 18, 1941
11. Matles Regarding Champion Blower and Forge, April 24, 1941
12. Matles Regarding New Bedford Organization, April 30, 1941
13. Matles Regarding Local 135 and Reiff and Nestor Contract, June 20, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 25, 1941
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 3, 1941
16. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, August 11, 1941
17. Matles Regarding Finances, October 17, 1941
18. Matles Regarding Factionalism, October 23, 1941
19. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, October 23, 1941
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 23, 1941
21. Matles Regarding Battery Industries Organization, November 15, 1941
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 19, 1941
23. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 29, 1942
24. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1942
25. Matles Regarding Roller Smith Company and SWOC, February 19. 1942
26. Matles Regarding Factionalism and Afro-Americans, March 27, 1942
27. Matles Regarding York-Lancaster Organization, April 9, 1942
28. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 20, 1942
29. Matles Regarding Globe Union Battery Strike, August 20, 1942
Folder 50 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1943
1. James Matles Regarding Friez and Staff Members, October 6, 1942
2. Matles Telegram Regarding Staff Members, November 19, 1942
3. Matles Telgram Regarding Appointments, November 25, 1942
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 16, 1942
5. Matles Regarding Local 112, January 12, 1943
6. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 22, 1943
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 23, 1943
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 27, 1943
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 27, 1943
10. Matles Regarding NLRB Election and Lock Insulator, February 8, 1943
11. Matles Regarding UE News, March 26, 1943
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 9, 1943
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 27, 1943
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 4, 1943
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 26, 1943
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 28, 1943
17. Matles Regarding Factionalism and Bendix Employees Association, August 6, 1943
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 23, 1943
19. Matles Regarding RCA Lancaster and IBEW, August 27,1943
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 7, 1943
21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 7, 1943
22. Matles Regarding Philco and Exide Contracts, December 21, 1945
23. Matles Telegram Regarding RCA Organization and Fidelity Strike, March 12, 1946
24. Secretary of Matles Regarding RCA Contract, March 17, 1941
25. Grace Cane, Secretary of Matles, Regarding Staff Members, July 14, 1941
26. Secretary of Matles Regarding Letters, October 16, 1941
27. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, Regarding Letters, July 2, 1942
28. Gould Regarding Letter, July 30, 1942
29. Gould Regarding Letter, January 19, 1943
Folder 51 General Vice President Harry Block Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1945
1. Edward Matthews Regarding Wages, October 2, 1944
2. Matthews Regarding War Labor Board, February 13, 1945
3. Clifford McAvoy Regarding District Council Meeting, June 28
4. William Mitchell Telegram Regarding Supplies, February 25, 1937
5. Mitchell Regarding Idealite Contract and Local 421, October 28, 1937
6. Frank Neidl Regarding Staff Members, July 30, 1941
7. Albert Stonkus Regarding Eastern Shore Public Service Corporation Organization, June 28, 1937
8. Stonkus Regarding Advertising, August 27, 1937
9. Stonkus Regarding Utilities Industry Organization, September 10, 1937
10. Stonkus Regarding Finances, September 15, 1937
Folder 52 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1936-1937
1. Harry Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization and Finances, January 7, 1936
2. Block to James Carey Regarding Organizing at Westinghouse in Philadelphia, November 8, 1936
3. Block to Emspak Regarding Organizing at Westinghouse in Philadelphia, November 22, 1936
4. Block to Emspak Regarding Philco Strike, January 10, 1937
5. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, January 17, 1937
6. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 2, 1937
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Westinghouse and GE Organization in Philadelphia, March 7, 1937
8. Block to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 22, 1937
9. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 110 Finances, April 12, 1937
10. Block to Emspak Regarding Philadelphia Organization, May 7, 1937
11. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 1, 1937
12. Block to Emspak Regarding Arrests, June 14, 1937
13. Block to Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Convention, June 25, 1937
14. Block to Carey Regarding Philco Elections, June 28, 1937
15. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, August 2, 1937
16. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 9, 1937
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 11, 1937
18. Block to James Matles Regarding Organization, August 13, 1937
19. Block to Carey Regarding Supplies, August 13, 1937
20. Block to Carey Regarding Employment with Address, August 20, 1937
21. Block to Emspak Regarding Baltimore Westinghouse and IBEW, August 23, 1937
Folder 53 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1937
1. Harry Block to Albert Stonkus Regarding Lansford Organization, September 9, 1937
2. Block to Stonkus Regarding Harrisburg Organization, September 10, 1937
3. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 10, 1937
4. Block to UE Regarding Supplies with September 1, 1937, Freight Bill, September 10, 1937
5. Block to James Carey Regarding Finances, September 14, 1937
6. Block to Carey Regarding Organization, September 14, 1937
7. Block to James Matles Regarding Organization, September 21, 1937
8. Block to Stonkus Regarding Supplies, September 21, 1937
9. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 21, 1937
10. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Carey, September 23, 1937
11. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 6, 1937
12. Block to Carey Regarding Finances, October 6, 1937
13. Block to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, October 13, 1937
14. Block to People's Press Regarding Address, October 14, 1937
15. Block to UE Regarding Address Correction, October 28, 1937
16. Block to Emspak Regarding Reading Strike, October 29, 1937
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Reading Strike, November 1, 1937
18. Block to Matles Regarding Galvanized Products, November 3, 1937
19. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 11, 1937
20. Block to Matles Regarding Executive Board Meeting, November 16, 1937
21. Block to Emspak Regarding Address Correction, November 14, 1937
22. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 29, 1937
23. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, November 30, 1937
24. Block to Jack Smith Regarding Staff Members, December 13, 1937
25. Block to UE Regarding Finances, December 17, 1937
26. Block to UE Regarding Charters, December 30, 1937
Folder 54 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 4, 1938
2. Block to James Matles Regarding Organization, January 4, 1938
3. Block to People's Press Regarding Mailing List, January 11, 1938
4. Block to UE Regarding Supplies, January 12, 1938
5. Block to Emspak Regarding Philadelphia GE Organization, January 18, 1938
6. Block to James Carey Regarding Organization, January 19, 1938
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 26, 1938
8. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 31, 1938
9. Block to Carey Regarding Philadelphia GE Organization, January 1938
10. Block to Emspak Regarding GE Organization, February 1, 1938
11. Block to Matles Regarding Emerson Organization, February 4, 1938
12. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 7, 1938
13. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, February 11, 1938
14. Block to Matles Regarding Organization, February 11, 1938
15. Block to Matles Regarding the CIO and Inter-union Rivalry with the AFL, Including Block Letter to Edwin Norris Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and IBEW, March 3, 1938
16. Block to UE Regarding Supplies, January 16, 1939
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 17, 1939
18. Block to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 18, 1939
Folder 55 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1940-1941
1. Harry Block to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 2, 1940
2. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding FDR and the 1940 Elections with a Notice of Resolution for FDR, October 27, 1940
3. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 133 Organization, November 13, 1940
4. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 26, 1940
5. Block to UE Regarding Address List, November 29, 1940
6. Block to Matles Regarding Organization, December 11, 1940
7. Block to Emspak Regarding UE News, December 13, 1940
8. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 20, 1940
9. Block to Emspak Regarding Bonding, December 23, 1940
10. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 115 Finances, December 23, 1940
11. Block to Local Officers and District Council Delegates Regarding Organizing Conference, January 10, 1941
12. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, January 21, 1941
13. Block to UE District 1 Presidents Regarding CIO Organization in Philadelphia, January 21, 1941
14. Block to Emspak Regarding Proctor and Schwartz Mailing List, January 28, 1941
15. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 120, January 28, 1941
16. Block to UE Regarding Supplies, January 30, 1941
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 3, 1941
18. Block to Matles Regarding Wilkes-Barre Westinghouse Organization, February 7, 1941
19. Block to UE Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric, February 13, 1941
20. Block to UE Regarding Credentials, February 26, 1941
21. Block to UE Regarding UE News, February 27, 1941
22. Block to UE Regarding UE News, March 4, 1941
23. Block to Matles Regarding Local 430 with Block Letter to Local 430 Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW, March 5, 1941
24. Block to Emspak Regarding UE News, March 7, 1941
25. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members and the Ladies Auxiliary, March 11, 1941
26. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, March 17, 1941
27. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 107, March 18, 1941
28. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 18, 1941
29. Block to Matles Regarding Local 107, March 18, 1941

Box 3
Folder 1 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1941
1. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding the National Youth Administration, March 19, 1941
2. Block to James Matles Regarding Supplies, March 31, 1941
3. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 10, 1941
4. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, Finances, and Locals 136 and 138, April 17, 1941
5. Block to Matles Regarding Strikes, April 21, 1941
6. Block to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Staff Finances, April 22, 1941
7-10. Block to UE News Regarding Supplies, April 1941
11. Block to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, May 14, 1941
12. Block to UE News Regarding Supplies, May 1941
13. Block to UE Regarding Finances, June 10, 1941
14. Telegram to UE News Regarding Supplies, June 16, 1941
15. Block to UE Regarding Local 135 Contracts with Reiff and Nestor, June 19, 1941
16. Block to Emspak Regarding UE News and Local 136, June 27, 1941
17. Block to UE News Regarding Supplies, June 1941
18. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 2, 1941
19. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Richardson Rubber Strike, July 10, 1941
20. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, UE News, and Local 118, July 11, 1941
21. Block to UE Regarding Mailing List, July 24, 1941
22. Block to UE News Regarding Anti-Nazi Resolution, July 28, 1941
23. Block to Emspak Regarding Jensen Manufacturing Organization in Palmyra, July 31, 1941
24. Block to UE News Regarding Supplies, July 1941
Folder 2 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1941
1. Block to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, August 8, 1941
2. Block to UE Regarding Address Change, August 8, 1941
3. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding 1941 Convention, August 15, 1941
4. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 28, 1941
5-6. Block to UE News Regarding Supplies, September 1941
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Philco Wages and Staff Members, October 6, 1941
8. Block to Matles Regarding Finances, October 15, 1941
9. Block to James Carey Regarding Staff Members, October 15, 1941
10. Block to Carey Regarding Office of Production Management, October 15, 1941
11. Block to Emspak Regarding Executive Board Meeting, October 15, 1941
12. Block to Matles Regarding Radio Conference, October 15, 1941
13. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, October 15, 1941
14. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, October 20, 1941
15. Block to Matles Regarding Radio Conference, October 24, 1941
16. Block to Matles Regarding Organization and Staff Members, October 24, 1941
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Communications, November 4, 1941
18. Block to Emspak Regarding Dues, Mailing List, and Local 110, November 6, 1941
19. Block to UE News Regarding Supplies, November 1941
20. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 22, 1941
21. Block to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, December 22, 1941
22. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 22, 1941
Folder 3 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1942
1. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 2, 1942
2. Block to James Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, January 20, 1942
3. Block to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 20, 1941
4. Block to Matles Regarding Contacts and Staff Finances, January 23, 1942
5. Block to Matles Regarding Wilmington Organization, January 25, 1942
6. Block to Matles Regarding International Resistance and Local 105, January 31, 1942
7. Block to Emspak Regarding National Child Labor Committee, February 4, 1942
8. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Appointments, February 6, 1942
9. Block to Emspak Regarding Roller Smith and SWOC, February 6, 1942
10. Block to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, March 27, 1942
11. Block to Matles Regarding York-Lancaster Organization with Survey of Unorganized York-Lancaster Plants, March 27, 1942
12. Block to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, March 27, 1942
13. Block to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, March 27, 1942
14. Block to Matles Regarding Racial Discrimination, March 30, 1942
Folder 4 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1942
1. Block to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 17, 1942
2. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding GE York, April 17, 1942
3. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism with Memo on James Carey Discussion, April 17, 1942
4. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, May 12, 1942
5. Block to Emspak Regarding Production Conference, May 13, 1942
6. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 21, 1942
7. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Appointment, May 28, 1942
8. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 30, 1942
9. Block to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Staff Members, and Local 136, July 29, 1942
10. Block to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and Factionalism, July 31, 1942
11. Block to Matles Regarding Globe Union Battery Strikes, August 21, 1942
12. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 2, 1942
13. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, September 14, 1942
14. Block to Matles Regarding Baltimore Staff Members, October 5, 1942
15. Block to UE Regarding Supplies, October 5, 1942
16. Block to Matles Regarding Organization, November 16, 1942
17. Block to Matles Regarding Organization, November 19, 1942
18. Block to Emspak Regarding Reservations, November 27, 1942
19. Block to UE Regarding Supplies, November 1942
20. Block to Emspak Regarding Sunbury Westinghouse, December 11, 1942
Folder 5 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1943
1. Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Appointments, January 6, 1943
2. Block to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, January 11, 1943
3. Block to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 18, 1943
4. Block to Matles Regarding Factionalism, February 16, 1943
5. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 16, 1943
6. Block to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, February 16, 1943
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 26, 1943
8. Block to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, February 26, 1943
9. Block to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, March 2, 1943
10. Block to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and Factionalism, March 4, 1943
11. Block to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, March 4, 1943
12. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 4, 1943
13. Block to Emspak Regarding Appointments, March 4, 1943
14. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 11, 1943
15. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 18, 1943
16. Block to Fitzgerald Regarding Flag Raising Ceremony, March 18, 1943
17. Block to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and the UE News, March 19, 1943
18. Block to Fitzgerald Regarding Flag Raising Ceremony, March 31, 1943
19. Block to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Local 111 with April 6, 1943, Matles Memo to David Davis, March 31, 1943
20. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, April 6, 1943
21. Block to Fitzgerald Regarding Flag Raising Ceremony with April 30, 1943, Ray Klausner Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Flag Raising Ceremony, April 29, 1943
Folder 6 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Win the War Labor Conference, July 7, 1943
2. Block to James Matles Regarding Factionalism and Bendix, July 15, 1943
3. Block to Emspak Regarding Organization and CIO Local 119, July 21, 1943
4. Block to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Anti-Communism and Staff Members, July 21, 1943
5. Block to David Davis Regarding Factionalism, August 18, 1943
6. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 29, 1943
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 15, 1943
8. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 140 Finances, October 20, 1943
9. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, October 28, 1943
10. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 12, 1943
11. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 112 and Factionalism, December 14, 1943
12. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, December 21, 1943
13. Block to Emspak Regarding Wages, January 14, 1944
14. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 14, 1944
15. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 135 Staff Members, January 14, 1944
16. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 19, 1944
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 19, 1944
18. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 7, 1944
19. Block to Emspak Regarding the UE News, March 2, 1944
20. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 2, 1944
Folder 7 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1944
1. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Aciton, April 17, 1944
2. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and the Philadelphia School of Science and Arts, April 17, 1944
3. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, May 1, 1944
4. Block to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Conscription, May 10, 1944
5. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, May 19, 1944
6. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 1, 1944
7. Block to Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board, June 12, 1944
8. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, June 15, 1944
9. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 15, 1944
10. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, August 23, 1944
11. Block to Emspak Regarding York USWA, August 23, 1944
12. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, September 12, 1944
13. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, September 12, 1944
14. Block to Emspak Regarding GE York Strike and Factionalism, September 12, 1944
15. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, the War Labor Board, and Factionalism, October 27, 1944
16. Block to UE Regarding Reservations, October 27, 1944
17. Block to Ray Klausner Regarding Reservations, November 7, 1944
18. Block to UE Regarding Local 112 Finances, November 8, 1944
19. Block to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, November 10, 1944
20. Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and the War Labor Board, November 16, 1944
21. Block to Emspak Regarding Office of Price Administration, Local 105, and Factionalism, November 27, 1944
Folder 8 General Vice President Harry Block Outgoing Correspondence, 1945-1948
1. Block to Julius Emspak Regarding PAC, January 8, 1945
2. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 8, 1945
3. Block to Dorothy Steffens Regarding Factionalism, January 10, 1945
4. Block to Steffens Regarding the War Labor Board and Factionalism
5. Block to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, Local 615, and Factionalism, January 30, 1945
6. Block to Emspak Regarding Dues, May 29, 1945
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and UE Conference, August 3, 1945
8. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, August 8, 1945
9. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 9, 1945
10. Block to Emspak Regarding Mailing Lists, August 13, 1945
11. Block to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE Convention, August 17, 1945
12. Block to Fitzgerald Regarding UE Convention, August 23, 1945
13. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 30, 1945
14. Block to Emspak Regarding Elections of District 1 Officers, November 1, 1945
15. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 101 and Philco Conference, November 23, 1945
16. Block to James Matles Regarding Wages, Locals 101 and 102, and Philco, January 11, 1946
17. Block to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, May 8, 1946
18. Block to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, May 13, 1946
19. Telegram to Emspak Regarding District Council Executive Board Meeting, June 7, 1946
20. Telegram to Emspak Regarding District Council Executive Board Meeting, June 8, 1946
21. Block to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and PAC, August 6, 1946
22. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 16, 1946
23. Block to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, August 29, 1946
24. Block to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 5, 1946
25. Block to Emspak Regarding 1947 Convention Proceedings, February 4, 1948
26. Block to Whom it May Concern Regarding Organization, undated
27. Telegram to Emspak Regarding Fidelity Electric and Finances, undated
Folder 9 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1949
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 6, 1947
2. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 16, 1949
3. William Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 14, 1947
4. Cahn Regarding Leland Stowe Broadcasts, April 16, 1947
5. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, April 29, 1949
6. Fred D'Avila Regarding Publicity, June 24, 1949
7. Julius Emspak Regarding Defense Fund, November 29, 1946
8. Emspak Regarding Local 120 and Wilmington Fibre, December 4, 1946
9. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, December 31, 1946
10. Emspak Regarding Local 144, January 8, 1947
11. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 8, 1947
12. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Harry Block Letters to James Matles Dated October 28 and November 4,1946, Regarding Staff Finances, January 22, 1947
13. Emspak Regarding Dues, January 28, 1947
14. Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 12, 1947
15. Emspak Regarding Dues, March 12, 1947
16. Emspak Regarding Locals, March 12, 1947
17. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 5, 1947
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1947
19. Emspak Regarding Posters, May 26, 1947
20. Emspak Regarding CIO, June 2, 1947
21. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Bower Battery, June 3, 1947
22. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, June 20, 1947
23. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with June 28, 1947, Paul Boylan Insurance Bill, June 1947
Folder 10 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1947-1949
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 9, 1947
2. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 30, 1947
3. Emspak Regarding Committee for the Reinstatement of the 91 Discharged Allis Chalmers Workers, August 1, 1947
4. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 15, 1947
5. Emspak Regarding PAC, November 14, 1947
6. Emspak Regarding Local Finances, November 20, 1947
7. Emspak Regarding Defense Fund, December 8, 1947
8. Emspak Regarding Area-Wide Stewards Meeting, December 15, 1947
9. Emspak Regarding Meetings, December 26, 1947
10. Emspak Regarding General Metals Local 125 Strikes, January 26, 1948
11. Emspak Regarding American Jewish Labor Council, February 16, 1948
12. Emspak Regarding Electric Service Manufacturing Strikes, April 15, 1948
13. Emspak Regarding Finances and Publicity, May 17, 1948
14. Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipts, June 9, 1948
15. Emspak Regarding Stewards, June 21, 1948
16. Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipt, July 29, 1948
17. Emspak Regarding Local 136 Proctor Electric Strike, November 1, 1948
18. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, November 9, 1948
19. Emspak Regarding Locals 140 and 149, December 2, 1948
20. Emspak Regarding Address List, March 22, 1949
21. Emspak Regarding Hoover and Belmont Strikes, June 7, 1949
22. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 1, 1949
23. Emspak Regarding NLRB Elections, December 22, 1949
Folder 11 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1950-1951
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Federation of Greek Maritime Unions, March 20, 1950
2. Emspak Regarding Local 138 Inter-union Rivalry with the IUE, April 12, 1950
3. Emspak Regarding Local 109, May 8, 1950
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 18, 1950
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 18, 1950
6. Secretary of Emspak Regarding Letter, October 2, 1950
7. Emspak Regarding Local 103, Factionalism, and Finances, August 28, 1950
8. Emspak Regarding Dues, January 15, 1951
9. Emspak Regarding Political Action, March 12, 1951
10. Emspak Regarding High Treason, April 27, 1951
11. Emspak Regarding High Treason, April 23, 1951
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24, 1951
13. Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 16, 1951
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 28, 1951
Folder 12 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1952-1953
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, June 18, 1952
2. Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, June 20, 1952
3. Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, June 24, 1952
4. Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, September 25, 1952
5. Emspak Regarding Dues and Finances, December 2, 1952
6. Emspak Regarding Local 146 Dues, December 30, 1952
7. Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, January 23, 1953
8. Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, February 16, 1953
9. Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, March 18, 1953
10. Emspak Regarding Local 143 Finances, March 20, 1953
11. Emspak Regarding Local 143 Finances, April 2, 1953
Folder 13 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1949
1. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Conference, April 7, 1947
2. Fitzgerald Regarding District Constitution, May 6, 1947
3. Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, May 27, 1947
4. Fitzgerald Regarding District Officers, October 24, 1947
5. Ray Klausner, Secretary of Fitzgerald, Regarding Local 101, December 8, 1947
6. Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, December 30, 1949
7. Gregory Kelly Regarding Workmen's Compensation, October 9, 1947
8. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 21, 1946
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 18, 1946
10. Matles Regarding Hunt Pen Organization, January 2, 1947
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 17, 1947
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 20, 1947
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 3, 1947
14. Matles Regarding Factionalism, UAW, and Local 103 Allis-Chalmers Strike with Neil Brant Letter to UE Officials Regarding Local 613 Allis-Chalmers Strike, February 4, 1947
15. Matles Regarding Reservations, February 17, 1947
16. Matles Regarding Organization, February 18, 1947
17. Matles Telegram Regarding GE-Philadelphia Trial, February 25, 1947
Folder 14 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1947-1948
1. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 3, 1947
2. Matles Regarding Unemployment Compensation, March 4, 1947
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 5, 1947
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 14, 1947
5. Matles Telegram Regarding Radio Condenser and the IBEW, April 28, 1947
6. Matles Telegram Regarding Appointment, April 28, 1947
7. Matles Telegram Regarding Appointments, April 29, 1947
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 10, 1947
9. Matles Regarding Finances, May 14, 1947
10. Matles Regarding Staff Members with Matles Letter to Francis White Regarding Organization and Matles Telegram to White Regarding Staff Members, May 19, 1947
11. Matles Regarding Allentown Western Electric, June 11, 1947
12. Matles Regarding United Furniture Workers Inter-union Rivalry with Morris Pizer Letter to Matles Regarding United Furniture Workers and Miller Metal Kitchen Cabinet, September 4, 1947
13. Matles Telegram Regarding Staff Members, October 22, 1947
14. Selma Trauber, Secretary of Matles, Regarding Staff Members, February 13, 1948
15. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 19, 1948
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 4, 1948
17. Matles Regarding Finances, July 12, 1948
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 15, 1948
19. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 15, 1948
20. Matles Regarding Political Action, September 22, 1948
21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 1, 1948
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 19, 1948
Folder 15 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1949-1951
1. Selma Trauber, Secretary of James Matles, Regarding Appointment, January 1949
2. Matles Regarding Appointment, January 7, 1949
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 7, 1949
4. Matles Regarding Local 1150 Incentive, April 11, 1949
5. Matles Regarding Telegram, June 7, 1949
6. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1949
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 15, 1949
8. Matles Regarding the UAW, Wages, and GE Lamp Works, September 14, 1949
9. Matles Regarding Finances, December 22, 1949
10. Matles Regarding Dues, March 2, 1950
11. Matles Regarding Finances, March 18, 1950
12. Matles Regarding Finances, March 25, 1950
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 27, 1950
14. Matles Regarding Finances, October 6, 1950
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 15, 1950
16. Secretary of Matles Regarding Reservations, December 29, 1950
17. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 26, 1951
18. Matles Regarding Racial Discrimination, April 25, 1952
19. Matles Regarding Local 155 Finances, June 9, 1952
20. Matles Regarding Local 155, June 13, 1952
21. Matles Regarding Supplies, November 6, 1952
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 8, 1953
Folder 16 General Vice President James Price Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1950
1. Edward Matthews Regarding Local 111, June 28, 1948
2. David Ratner Regarding Finances, July 21, 1948
3. Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, December 17, 1948
4. Ratner Regarding Finances, August 28, 1950
5. Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, October 17, 1950
6. Henry Rhine Regarding Local 146, Miller Metal Kitchen, and United Furniture Workers, October 17, 1947
7. Naomi Trauber, Secretary of Ben Riskin, Regarding Appointments, June 8, 1948
8. Riskin Regarding District Council Meeting, November 13, 1946
9. Riskin Regarding Lewis Merrill, December 27, 1946
10. Riskin Regarding Lewis Merrill, December 30, 1946
11. Saul Waldbaum Regarding Workmen's Compensation, September 26, 1947
Folder 17 General Vice President James Price Outgoing Correspondence, 1946-1947
1. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Defense Fund and GE with Receipt, December 2, 1946
2. Price to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, December 13, 1946
3. Price to Matles Regarding Elections, NCRB, Hunt Pen, and Organization, December 23, 1946
4. Price to Emspak Regarding 1946 CIO Convention, December 30, 1946
5. Price to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 3, 1947
6. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 13, 1947
7. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 13, 1947
8. Price to Matles Regarding RCA Organization, January 27, 1947
9. Price to Emspak Regarding Scranton, General Metals, and Strikes, January 28, 1947
10. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 29, 1947
11. Price to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Conference, February 12, 1947
12. Price to Matles Regarding Local 103 and Factionalism, February 12, 1947
13. Price to Ben Riskin Regarding Radio Conference, February 19, 1947
14. Price to Matles Regarding Organization, Animal Trap, and Strikes, February 19, 1947
15. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 4, 1947
16. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 137 Supplies, March 7, 1947
17. Price to Matles Regarding Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation, March 10, 1947
18. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 126 and the International Association of Machinists, March 24, 1947
19. Price to Emspak Regarding Mailing Lists, March 25, 1947
20. Price to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Conference, April 3, 1947
21. Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Conference, April 7, 1947
22. Price to Emspak Regarding GE, Westinghouse, and Collective Bargaining April 10, 1947
23. Price to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 15, 1947
24. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 125 Finances, April 21, 1947
25. Telegram to Matles Regarding Unemployment Committee, April 1947
Folder 18 General Vice President James Price Outgoing Correspondence, 1947
1. Price to James Matles Regarding Organization, April 29, 1947
2. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 12, 1947
3. Price to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, May 16, 1947
4. Price to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Bower Battery, May 28, 1947
5. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, June 2, 1947
6. Price to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 3, 1947
7. Price to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, June 18, 1947
8. Price to David Ratner Regarding General Executive Board, July 1, 1947
9. Price to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 111 Factionalism, July 29, 1947
10. Price to Emspak Regarding the Committee for the Reinstatement of the 91 Discharged Allis Chalmers Workers, July 29, 1947
11. Price to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 8, 1947
12. Price to Emspak Regarding Strikes, Local 127, Jones Manufacturing, and Butler Manufacturing, August 11, 1947
13. Telegram to Matles Regarding Butler Manufacturing Contracts, August 21, 1947
14. Price to Matles Regarding Miller Metal Kitchen Cabinet and United Furniture Workers, September 5, 1947
15. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 13, 1947
16. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 13, 1947
17. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 20, 1947
18. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 22, 1947
19. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 23, 1947
20. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, October 28, 1947
21. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 113 and 118 Finances, November 7, 1947
22. Price to Frank Blechinger Regarding Mailing List, November 12, 1947
23. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 101, November 13, 1947
24. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 20, 1947
25. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 25, 1947
26. Price to Emspak Regarding Strike Defense Fund with Receipt, December 10, 1947
27. Price to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, December 23, 1947
28. Price to John Leto Regarding Local 103, Non-Communist Affidavits, and Factionalism, December 26, 1947
Folder 19 General Vice President James Price Outgoing Correspondence, 1948
1. Price to James Matles Regarding Local 197 Wages and Factionalism, January 14, 1948
2. Price to Matles Regarding Organization, February 5, 1948
3. Price to William Cahn Regarding Staff Members, February 12, 1948
4. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 120, March 23, 1948
5. Price to Matles Regarding UAW Inter-union Rivalry with March 30-31, 1948, Philadelphia Inquirer Clippings, March 31, 1948
6. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 150 Electric Service Manufacturing Strikes, April 8, 1948
7. Price to Emspak Regarding Organization, May 3, 1948
8. Price to Emspak Regarding Wage Conference, May 14, 1948
9. Price to Emspak Regarding Wages and Finances, May 26, 1948
10. Price to Emspak Regarding Wages, Political Action, and Finances with June 1, 1948, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Clipping, June 4, 1948
11. Price to Ben Riskin Regarding Local 103 Factionalism, June 7, 1948
12. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 113, June 9, 1948
13. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 136 Proctor Electric Strike, August 31, 1948
14. Telegram to Matles Regarding Supplies, October 6, 1948
15. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 136 Finances, October 28, 1948
16. Price to Emspak Regarding District 6, Appeals, and Nolan and Duffy, November 1, 1948
17. Price to Emspak Regarding Publicity, November 8, 1948
18. Price to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, December 16, 1948
19. Price to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, December 20, 1948
Folder 20 General Vice President James Price Outgoing Correspondence, 1949-1950
1. Price to James Matles Regarding Appointments, January 5, 1949
2. Price to Matles Regarding Appointments, January 6, 1949
3. Telegram to Matles Regarding Radio Condenser, IBEW, and Women Workers, April 29, 1949
4. Telegram to Matles Regarding Appointment, April 30, 1949
5. Price to Philip Murray Regarding CIO, Taft-Hartley, and General Strike, May 10, 1949
6. Telegram to Ben Riskin Regarding Local 110, May 1949
7. Price to Matles Regarding Supplies, June 7, 1949
8. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Political Action, and Camden RCA, June 23, 1949
9. Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Appointment, July 5, 1949
10. Price to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Congressional Hearings with Francis J. Myers Letter to Price Regarding Unemployment and Joint Economic Committee, July 5, 1949
11. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council 1 Officers Elections, October 8, 1949
12. Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 8, 1949
13. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 23, 1949
14. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, December 2, 1949
15. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 6, 1949
16. Price to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 7, 1949
17. Price to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 13, 1949
18. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, December 20, 1949
19. Price to Edward Matthews Regarding Finances, December 21, 1949
20. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, December 28, 1949
21. Price to Matles Regarding Supplies, January 4, 1950
22. Price to Matles Regarding Addresses, January 9, 1950
23. Price to Matles Regarding Finances, Factionalism, and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, January 11, 1950
24. Price to Matles Regarding Credentials, January 16, 1950
25. Price to Matthews Regarding Westinghouse and Locals 107 and 114, January 19, 1950
26. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Locals 107 and 114, January 24, 1950
27. Price to Joseph Turkowski Regarding Locals 107 and 114, January 24, 1950
28. Price to Matthews Regarding Local 107 and 114, January 24, 1950
Folder 21 General Vice President James Price Outgoing Correspondence, 1950-1951
1. Price to David Neish Regarding Pensions, Philco, and IUE Local 102, February 6, 1950
2. Price to James Matles Regarding Finances, Factionalism, and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, February 23, 1950
3. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Federation of Greek Maritime Unions and Local 107, March 9, 1950
4. Price to Matles Regarding Finances, March 22, 1950
5. Price to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 138, April 13, 1950
6. Price to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding FBI and Civil Liberties with April 19, 1950, District 1 Executive Council Program Regarding RCA Lancaster, Local 124, and Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW and IUE , April 21, 1950
7. Price to Klausner Regarding Local 109 and Inter-union Rivalry, May 9, 1950
8. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, June 13, 1950
9. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 17, 1950
10. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 7, 1950
11. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 16, 1950
12. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 103 Finances, August 24, 1950
13. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1950
14. Price to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 16, 1950
15. Price to Matles Regarding Finances, October 18, 1950
16. Price to Matles Regarding Finances, December 4, 1950
17. Price to Clifford McAvoy Regarding UE Defense Committee, January 5, 1951
18. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members with Memos from Emma to Janet and from David Ratner to Gene Derrickson Regarding Staff Members, January 15, 1951
19. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 110, Strikes, and Finances, February 5, 1951
20. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, February 13, 1951
21. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, March 27, 1951
22. Price to Matles Regarding District Council Meetings, June 25, 1951
23. Price to Barish Regarding Finances, June 1951
24. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 139, July 16, 1951
25. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 139, December 3, 1951
26. Price to Matles Regarding Organization, Undated
Folder 22 General Vice President James Price Outgoing Correspondence, 1952-1953
1. Price to James Matles Regarding Credentials, January 22, 1952
2. Price to Matles Regarding Wages, January 23, 1952
3. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 122 Finances, March 11, 1952
4. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, June 18, 1952
5. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, June 20, 1952
6. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members with Present Staff Assignments in District 1, July 25, 1952
7. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 15, 1952
8. Price to Emspak Regarding General Cable Strikes, September 5, 1952
9. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 22, 1952
10. Price to Matles Regarding Strikes, October 22, 1952
11. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances and Strikes, November 3, 1952
12. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, December 1, 1952
13. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 146 Strike, December 23, 1952
14. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, January 19, 1953
15. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, February 11, 1953
16. Price to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding the NLRB, February 17, 1953
17. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 155 Finances, March 16, 1953
18. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 15, 1953
19. Price to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 15, 1953
Folder 23 General Vice President Albert Newcomb Incoming Correspondence, 1936
1. James Carey Regarding Finances, April 23, 1936
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, April 14, 1936
3. Emspak Regarding Charters, April 22, 1936
4. Emspak Regarding Locals, April 23, 1936
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27, 1936
6. Emspak Regarding International Resistor, May 2, 1936
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 8, 1936
8. Emspak Regarding Travel, May 12, 1936
9-10. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 13, 1936
11. Emspak Regarding Organization in Sylvania, International Resistor, and Stackpoole Carbon, May 15, 1936
12. Emspak Regarding St. Mary's Organization, May 19, 1936
13. Emspak Regarding Wirt Organization, June 1, 1936
14. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 11, 1936
15. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 13, 1936
Folder 24 General Vice President Albert Newcomb Outgoing Correspondence, 1936
1. Newcomb to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, April 18, 1936
2. Newcomb to Emspak Regarding Finances and Supplies, May 2, 1936
3. Telegram to to Emspak Regarding Meeting, May 12, 1936
4. Telegram to Emspak Regarding St. Mary's Organization, May 19, 1936
5. Newcomb to Emspak Regarding Wirt Organization, May 30, 1936
6. Newcomb to Emspak Regarding Locals 103, 104, and 106, June 20, 1936
7. Newcomb to Emspak Regarding Organization, July 1, 1936
Folder 25 General Vice President Ernest Moyer Incoming Correspondence from Julius Emspak Regarding Bulter Manufacturing Strikes, August 13, 1947
Folder 26 General Vice President Ernest Moyer Incoming Correspondence, 1953-1954
1. Janet Barish Regarding Finances with Jack Holmes' November 25, 1953, and March 18, 1954, Letters to David Ratner, March 29, 1954
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, February 24, 1954
3. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District 1 Convention, October 30, 1953
4. James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1953
5. Matles Regarding Local 114 Finances with Holmes' November 25, 1953, Letter to Ratner, December 1, 1952
6. Matles Regarding Finances, February 1, 1954
7. Matles Regarding Local 115 Finances, June 4, 1954
8. Ratner Regarding Finances, February 5, 1954
9. Unsigned Letter Regarding Finances, November 9, 1953
Folder 27 General Vice President Ernest Moyer Outgoing Correspondence, 1953-1954
1. Moyer to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, September 30, 1953
2. Moyer to James Matles Regarding District 1 Constitutional Convention with Convention Call, October 13, 1953
3. Moyer to Ratner Regarding Finances, November 23, 1953
4. Moyer to Ratner Regarding Finances with a List of Expenses Filed, a December 11, 1953, Letter from Eleanor Moyer, and a January 13, 1954, District 1 Memo Regarding Finances, February 2, 1954
5. Moyer to C. Boyd Kline Regarding Local 107 Finances, February 26, 1954
6. Moyer to Matles Regarding Staff Finances with Emma Memo to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, March 8, 1954
Folder 28 General Vice President Peter Besch Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 13, 1944
2. Emspak Regarding Organization and Penn Surgical, November 20, 1944
3. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 15, 1944
4. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 8, 1945
5. James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, November 7, 1945
6. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 24, 1946
Folder 29 General Vice President Peter Besch Incoming Correspondence, 1955
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 22, 1955
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 146, January 20, 1955
3. Emspak Regarding Local 138, February 11, 1955
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1955
5. Emspak Regarding Litigation, Supreme Court, and Local 207, May 31, 1955
6. Emspak Regarding Locals 133 and 143, September 9, 1955
7. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District Convention, October 13, 1955
8. James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 25, 1955
9. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1955
10. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 11, 1955
11. Matles Regarding Square D Strikes, February 23, 1955
12. Matles Regarding District 1 President Elections, March 8, 1955
13. Matles Regarding Staff Meeting, May 3, 1955
14. Matles Regarding Local 125 with Jack Holmes April 30, 1955, Letter to Trade Union Service Regarding Local 125, May 6, 1955
15. Matles Regarding IUE at Philadelphia Exide with July 21, 1955, David Mates Letter to Matles Regarding Local 947, Exide, and the IUE, July 27, 1955
16. Matles Regarding Finances, November 3, 1955
17. Matles Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1955
18. Russ Nixon Regarding Litigation, Matles Case, and Political Action, October 7, 1955
19. Unsigned Letter Regarding Staff Finances, undated
Folder 30 General Vice President Peter Besch Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1955
1. Besch to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 12, 1944
2. Besch to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 4, 1944
3. Besch to Ray Klauser Regarding Penn Surgical Manufacturing, December 4, 1944
4. Besch to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 23, 1944
5. Besch to Emspak Regarding Local 146, January 17, 1955
6. Besch to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 9, 1955
7. Besch to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 1, 1955
8. Besch to Matles Regarding District 1 Conference, March 2, 1955
9. Besch to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 7, 1955
10. Besch to Matles Regarding Local 125, April 11, 1955
11. Besch to Emspak Regarding Game of Death with April 7, 1955, Financial Statement, April 13, 1955
12. Besch to Matles Regarding District 1 Staff Meeting, April 29, 1955
13. Besch to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 6, 1955
14. Besch to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Appointments, June 27, 1955
15. Besch to Fitzgerald Regarding District 1 Convention, October 11, 1955
Folder 31 Correspondence Between District 1 and UE National Office, 1944-1946
Folder 32 Correspondence Between District 1 and UE National Office, 1947-1948
Folder 33 Correspondence Between District 1 and UE National Office, 1949-1950
Folder 34 District 1 General Correspondence, 1954
Folder 35 District 1 General Correspondence, 1956-1968
Folder 36 District 1 Organizational Expenses Correspondence, 1966
Folder 37 District 1 General Correspondence, 1968-1974
Folder 38 District 1 General Correspondence, 1975-1979
Folder 39 District 1 General Correspondence, 1983-1985
Folder 40 Salary Letters, 1943
Folder 41 Salary Letters, 1944
Folder 42 Salary Letters, 1944-1945
Folder 43 Salary Letters, 1945
Folder 44 Financial Statements, 1936-1948
Folder 45 Financial Statements, 1948-1949
Folder 46 Financial Statements, 1954
Folder 47 Expense Statements, 1941-1950
1-3. Harry Block, March 1941-March 1943
4. Henry Kolenovsky, January 4, 1947
5. Arthur Moyers, January 10, 1947
6. Edward Wittington, November 11, 1950
Folder 48 Expense Statements, 1954-1955
1-6. C.W. Fowler, February-June 1954
7. Ray Lerman, June 12, 1954
8-13. Fowler, June-November 1954
14. Steve Gajdorik, February 4, 1955
15. Stanley Levy, undated
16-17. Arthur Moyano, undated
Folder 49 Incoming Receipts, 1948-1953
1. Electric Service Strike Donation, April 19, 1948
2. Attorney Fee and Lenox Manufacturing, February 25, 1949
3. Local 103, July 10, 1952
4. Foster Wheeler Refund, November 19, 1953
Folder 50 Outgoing Receipts, 1939-1940
1. Price Battery Reports, October 30, 1939
2. Financial Secretary Receipt Book, December 4, 1939
3. Supplies, January 11, 1940
4. National Constitutions, January 19, 1940
5. Supplies, February 17, 1940
6. Research and Everite Pump, February 26, 1940
Folder 51 Miscellaneous Financial Correspondence, 1944-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Robert Lewis, April 5, 1944
2. Janet Barish to Eleanor Helfand, March 15, 1945
3. Emspak to Alma Reinholt, July 1945
4. Emspak to Eleanor Norton, July 1945
5. John Welsh to UE, October 8, 1945
6. Herbert Hirschberg to Joseph Dermody, October 18, 1945
7. Emspak to Thomas Delaney, January 25, 1946
8. Peter Besch to Emspak, January 30, 1946
9. Besch to Emspak, February 11, 1946
10. Emspak to James Price, February 22, 1946
11. Emspak to Price, March 8, 1946
12. Harry Block to Emspak with March 9, 1946, Receipt, March 11, 1946
13. Emspak to Price, March 14, 1946
14. Block to Emspak with Receipt, March 21, 1946
15. Block to Emspak with Receipt, April 26, 1946
16. Emspak to Price, March 29, 1946
17. Block to Emspak with April 6, 1946, Receipt, April 8, 1946
18. Emspak to Price, April 24, 1946
19. Emspak to Price, April 30, 1946
20. Block to Emspak with May 7, 1946, Receipt, May 6, 1946
21. Price to Emspak, June 25, 1947
22. David Ratner Memo, January 18, 1950
23. District 1 Chart, March 1950
24. Emma Memo to Barish and Ratner, December 15, 1950
Folder 52 Miscellaneous Financial Correspondence, 1953-1954
1. David Ratner Memo to James Marino, December 1953
2. Release, February 25, 1954
3. Ratner Memo to Eleanor Helfand, November 10, 1954
4. Marino to Ratner, December 2, 1954
5. Marino to Ratner with January 10, 1954, Release and Camden Office Inventory, undated
Folder 53 District 1 Financial Correspondence, 1951-1959
Folder 54 District 1 Financial Correspondence, 1963-1979
Folder 55 District 1 Financial Correspondence, 1971-1979

Box 4
Folder 1 District 1 Financial Correspondence, 1991-1994
Folder 2 Special Committees and Events, 1937-1949
1. Convention Committee Meeting, February 11, 1937
2. Service Flag Dedication at the American Academy of Music, May 2, 1943
3. Minutes and Report of President's Meeting, December 28, 1945
4. Joint Labor Committee Minutes, January 4, 1946
5. Joint Labor Committee Minutes, January 8, 1946
6. Committee to Investigate the "Carey-Block Faction" Item in UE News Minutes, January 27, 1947
7. Committee to Investigate the "Carey-Block Faction" Item in UE News Report with Statement by Jack Rowley, March 6, 1947
8. Committee to Oppose the Mundt-Nixon Bill and Letter to Philadelphia CIO Local Unions, May 21, 1948
9. Strike Defense Committee Letter to All UE District 1 Locals, March 1949
10. District Unemployment Committee Meeeting Minutes, March 31, 1949
11. District Unemployment Committee Resolution, April 1949
12. District Unemployment Committee Meeting Minutes, May 13, 1949
13. District Unemployment Council Meeting Minutes, July 18, 1949

Box 10
Folder 72 District 1 Local Actions, NLRB Injunction, 1953

Box 4
Folder 3 Conferences, 1943-1954
1. District 1 Women's Conference Proceedings, May 1, 1943
2. Conference on Reconversion and Post-War Employment Report with Resolution and Samuel Goldberg October 26, 1944, Letter, October 19, 1944
3. District 1 Westinghouse Locals Conference, June 1, 1945
4. Battery Conference, October 20, 1948
5. UE Battery Conference Call, February 26, 1954
6. Battery Council Call, March 19, 1954
7. Jobs and Wage Contracts, March 5, 1954
Folder 4 District Convention Reports and Minutes 1947-1955
1. Annual Report, December 1948
2. 1953 District 1 Convention Minutes, November 14, 1953
3. 1954 District 1 Convention Minutes, October 16, 1954
4. 1954 District 1 Convention Officers Report, October 16, 1954
5. 1955 District 1 Convention Minutes, October 22, 1955
6. 1955 District 1 Convention Officer's Report, October 22, 1955
Folder 5 District 1 Bulletin, 1946-1954
Folder 6 District 1 Legislative Bulletin, 1954-1955
Folder 7 District 1 Guide for the Unemployed, July 18, 1949
Folder 8 UE Facts for Aciton, January 27, 1954
Folder 9 Pamphlets, 1935-1953
1. Be on Your Guard Regarding Organization, 1935-1940
2. A Call for United Action Regarding Skilled Metal Trades, 1953
Folder 10 Leaflets
1. "To Employees in the Electrical and Machine Manufacturing Industry!" Regarding Organization and Unemployment
2. "UE Wage Policy...And How it Will Affect Your Coming Negotiations" Regarding Wages
3. "Don't Miss" Regarding Steward's Conference
4. "Pay Checks and Politics" Regarding Political Action
5. "UE on the Air" Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Racial Discrimination
6. "Keep UE in CIO!" Regarding Factionalism
7. "Don't Buy Here" Regarding Singer Strikes
8. "Philco - Proctor * RCA" Regarding Unemployment
9. "Put Hoover Sweeper Co. on Your Do Not Patronize List!" Regarding Local 709 and Hoover
Folder 11 Radio Broadcast, WIP Regarding Housing, July 11, 1947
Folder 12 District 1 Mimeographed Material, 1956-1966
Folder 13 District 1 Newspaper Clipping, Philadelphia Bulletin, June 28, 1949

Subseries 2. District 1 Locals

Scope and Content Notes:

This subseries contains information regarding specific locals in UE District 1. Included are officer lists, correcpondence, publications and financial documents. These records contain information on inter-union rivalries, contract negotiations, strikes, anti-communism and organizing efforts in the mid-Atlantic region.

Section: Local 101

Folder 14 Local 101 Officer Lists, 1946
Folder 15 Local 101 Contracts, 1943, 1949-1950
1. Philco Contract with Request to the National War Labor Board, May 1, 1943
2. Contract, 1949-1950
Folder 16 Local 101 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1947
1. Carl Bersing to George Simpson Regarding War Labor Board, Staff Members, and Factionalism with Bersing Letter to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 22, 1943
2. Bersing to Simpson Regarding War Labor Board with Bersing Letter to Julius Emspak, October 6, 1943
3. Neil Brant to Fred Weber Regarding NCRB Case and Women Workers, May 29, 1944
4. Emspak to Harold Sharpe Regarding Supplies, September 16, 1938
5. Emspak to Local 101 Regarding Finances, June 26, 1939
6. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Finances, October 18, 1938
7. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Finances, December 15, 1938
8. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Finances, January 5, 1939
9. Emspak to Joseph England Regarding Supplies, March 23, 1939
10. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1939
11. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Finances, November 17, 1939
12. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Supplies, February 19, 1940
13. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Staff Finances, April 2, 1941
14. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Staff Finances, November 30, 1942
15. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, February 25, 1943
16. Emspak to Sharpe Regarding Staff Finances, March 1, 1943
17. Emspak to Joseph Castorina Regarding Factionalism and the War Pro-Education Board, October 6, 1943
18. Emspak to Frederick S. Weber with Robert Loster Letter Regarding Dismissals, November 26, 1943
19. Emspak to Frederick Beyers Regarding Finances, July 19, 1944
20. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Toronto Philco with October 10, 1944, C.S. Jackson Letter to Emspak Regarding Toronto Philco, October 12, 1944
21. Emspak to Frederick Weber Regarding Veterans and "When You Come Back" Leaflet, February 15, 1945
22. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Radio Industry, June 13, 1945
23. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Mailing List, June 15, 1945
24. Emspak to Weber Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 6, 1945
25. Emspak to Lewis Cummings Regarding Veterans, July 10, 1945
26. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Factionalism, April 10, 1947
Folder 17 Local 101 Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1949
1. Secretary of James Matles to Harold Sharp Regarding Letter, December 5, 1942
2. Matles to Sharpe Regarding Radio Industry, December 30, 1942
3. Matles to George Simpson Regarding Collective Bargaining, March 19, 1943
4. Matles to Simpson Regarding Factionalism and Collective Bargaining, July 22, 1943
5. Matles to Simpson Regarding Simplex, Wages, and Local 701 with Local 701 Simplex Radio Wage Rates, August 2, 1943
6. Matles to Sharpe with August 4, 1943, Clinton Golden Letter to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding the War Production Board, August 9, 1943
7. Norma Gould, Secretary of Matles, to Simpson Regarding Letter, August 19, 1943
8. Matles to Simpson Regarding Staff Members, September 8, 1943
9. Matles to Frank Blechinger Regarding Local 103, Contract, and Radio Industry Wages, January 30, 1946
10. Matles to Blechinger Regarding Rex Manufacturing Strike, Philco, and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, August 6, 1946
11. Matles Telegram to Local 101 and 102 Regarding Collective Bargaining, Strikes, and Philco with May 6, 1949, Eleanor Rodgers Telegram to Matles Regarding Philco, Sandusky, Local 716, and Strikes and May 6, 1949, Louise Brogle Telegram to Matles Regarding Philco, Sandusky, Local 701, and Strikes, May 7, 1949
12. Matles to Blechinger Regarding Factionalism and Philco Contract, May 16, 1949
Folder 18 Local 101 Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1947
1. Ben Riskin to Frank Blechinger Regarding Factionalism, November 13, 1946
2. Riskin to Blechinger Regarding Supplies, November 19, 1946
3. Riskin to Blechinger Regarding Wages, November 21, 1946
4. Riskin to Blechinger Regarding Philco, November 25, 1946
5. Riskin to Blechinger Regarding Collective Bargaining and Philco, December 23, 1946
6. Riskin to Blechinger Regarding Radio Conference, March 20, 1947
7. Riskin to Blechinger Regarding RCA Contract, April 17, 1947
8. Nat Spero to Blechinger Regarding Wages, November 15, 1946
9. A.T. Towsen to George Simpson Regarding Wages, March 27, 1944
10. Towsen to Lewis Cummings Regarding Wages, May 20, 1944
11. Towsen to Frederick Weber Regarding Woodworking Industry and Wages
Folder 19 Local 101 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1948
1. Carl Bersing to James Matles Regarding Vacations, July 20, 1943
2. Bersing to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 2, 1943
3. Bersing to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism with October 6, 1943, Emspak Letter to Bersing Regarding Factionalism and the War Production Board, September 2, 1943
4. Frank Blechinger to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention, August 27, 1946
5. Blechinger Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism, September 9, 1948
6. Joseph Castorina to Matles Regarding Factionalism, October 2, 1943
7. Lewis Cummings to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 8, 1945
8. Joseph England to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 17, 1939
9. Harold Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 11, 1938
10. Sharpe Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 16, 1938
11. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 20, 1938
12. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 27, 1938
13. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 13, 1938
14. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies with January 20, 1939, Bill, January 19, 1939
15. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 30, 1939
16. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 4, 1940
17. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 1, 1940
18. Sharpe to the UE News Regarding Mailing List, February 12, 1941
19. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 19, 1942
20. Sharpe to Matles Regarding War Production Board, November 24, 1942
21. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding the American Federation of Hosiery Workers, February 12, 1943
22. Sharpe to Matles Regarding Staff Finances with Bill, February 18, 1943
23. Sharpe to Matles Regarding Factionalism, August 7, 1943
24. Sharpe to Emspak Regarding Supplies and the War Production Board, September 20, 1943
Folder 20 Local 101 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. George Simpson to UE with Letter to Harold Butler Regarding Collective Bargaining and Wages, January 18, 1943
2. Simpson to James Matles with Letter to Butler Regarding Collective Bargaining and Wages, March 8, 1943
3. Simpson to Matles Regarding Collective Bargaining, April 7, 1943
4. Simpson to Adie Rush Regarding War Labor Board, June 15, 1943
5. Simpson to Matles Regarding Philco Contracts, July 17, 1943
6. Simpson to Matles Regarding Factionalism, July 26, 1943
7. Simpson to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 12, 1943
8. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, January 7, 1944
9. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Wages, March 23, 1944
Folder 21 Local 101 Salary and Expense Letters to Harold Sharpe, 1941-1942
Folder 22 Local 101 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-4. Harold Sharpe, September 16, 1938-February 8, 1939
5. Sharpe with Receipt, February 24, 1939
6. Sharpe, March 13, 1939
7. Joseph England, April 6, 1939
8-12. Sharpe, April 7-July 11, 1939
13. Local 101, August 17, 1939
14. Sharpe, September 28, 1939
15. Local 101, October 26, 1939
16-28. Sharpe, November 6, 1939-August 22, 1940
29. Sharpe with a Receipt, August 28, 1940
Folder 23 Local 101 Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, 1938-1940
1. Delinquency, August 1938
2. Suspension, October 31, 1938
3. Delinquency, May 1939
4. Delinquency, August 1939
5. Delinquency, September 1939
6. Delinquency, March 1940
7. Delinquency, April 1940
8. Delinquency, July 1940
Folder 24 Local 101 Per Capita Reports, 1938-1940
1. Per Capita Report, December 12, 1938
2. Per Capita Report, December 29, 1938
3. Joseph England to Julius Emspak, January 16, 1939
4-21. Per Capita Report, March 1939-August 1940
Folder 25 Local 101 Supply Requisitions and Correspondence, 1939-1940
1. Supply Requisition, February 24, 1939
2. Harold Sharpe to Julius Emspak with March 13, 1939, Supply Requisition, March 9, 1939
3. Joseph England to Emspak with March 27, 1939, Supply Requisition, April 4, 1939
4. Supply Requisition, October 25, 1939
5. Local 101 to Emspak, October 23, 1939
6. Sharpe to Emspak, December 7, 1939
7. Sharpe to Emspak, June 6, 1940
Folder 26 Local 101 Memorandum Regarding Conference of Philco Locals, May 5, 1949
Folder 27 Local 101 Pamphlet: Were We Sold Out at Philco?

Section: Local 102

Folder 28 Local 102 Officer Lists, 1946-1949
1. Officers and Stewards with December 18, 1946, Edgar Lower Letter to Julius Emspak, December 1946
2. Officers and Stewards, September 2, 1947
3. Officers, April 6, 1948
4. Officers, April 12, 1949
Folder 29 Local 102 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Charles van Housen Regarding Supplies, September 16, 1938
2. Emspak to Maurice Goldberg Regarding Unemployment Stamps, October 31, 1938
3. Emspak to Goldberg Regarding Unemployment, December 30, 1938
4. Emspak to Goldberg Regarding Finances, June 28, 1939
5. Emspak to Michael Toohey Regarding Aerovox, July 20, 1939
6. Emspak to Local 102 Regarding Finances, August 14, 1939
7. Emspak to Goldberg Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1939
8. Emspak to Goldberg Regarding Finances, June 21, 1940
9. Emspak to van Housen Regarding Membership Lists, September 10, 1940
10. Emspak to van Housen Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
11. Emspak to van Housen Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
12. Emspak to Francis Russell Regarding Mailing List, November 7, 1941
13. Emspak to Edgar Lower Regarding Unemployment, January 8, 1943
14. Emspak to Lower Regarding Anniversary Banquet, October 6, 1943
15. Emspak to Lower Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 19, 1944
16. Emspak to Michael Toohey Regarding Radio Industry, June 13, 1945
17. Emspak to James Godfrey Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1946
18. Albert Fitzgerald to Lower Regarding Banquet, October 6, 1943
19. Norma Gould, Secretary of James Matles, to Lower Regarding Banquet, undated
20. Matles to Toohey Regarding Rex Manufacturing Strike and Philco, August 6, 1946
21. James Price to Toohey Regarding Pensions, February 6, 1950
22. Ben Riskin to Toohey Regarding Supplies, November 19, 1946
23. Riskin to Toohey Regarding Philco, November 25, 1946
24. Riskin to Toohey Regarding Philco Contracts, December 23, 1946
25. Riskin to Lower Regarding Contracts, January 2, 1947
26. Riskin to Toohey Regarding RCA, Contract, Wages and Locals 103 and 124, April 17, 1947
27. Riskin to Lower Regarding Philco Contracts, May 22, 1947
28. Nat Spero to Toohey Regarding Refrigerator Industry and Wages, November 15, 1946
Folder 30 Local 102 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1946
1. William Bender to Julius Emspak Regarding Banquet with Advertising Form, September 9, 1943
2. Carl Bersing to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, July 15, 1943
3. James Godfrey to Emspak Regarding PAC, September 30, 1946
4. Godfrey to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 7, 1946
5. Maurice Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Unemployment Stamps, October 21, 1938
6. Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, November 4, 1938
7. Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 9, 1939
8. Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 30, 1939
9. Goldberg Postcard to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 27, 1940
10. Edgar Lower to Emspak Regarding Address Change, November 13, 1942
11. Lower to Emspak Regarding Unemployment Stamps, December 30, 1942
12. Lower to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 12, 1943
13. Lower to Emspak Regarding Officers, April 10, 1943
14. Lower to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 14, 1943
15. Lower to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 22, 1943
16. Lower to Emspak Regarding Banquet with Ticket, September 27, 1943
17. Lower to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Banquet with Ticket, September 27, 1943
18. Lower to James Matles Regarding Banquet, September 27, 1943
19. Lower to Emspak Regarding Officers, April 6, 1944
20. Lower to Emspak Regarding 1944 UE Convention Delegates, June 10, 1944
21. Lower to Emspak Regarding Constitution, December 16, 1944
22. Lower to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 7, 1945
23. Lower to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Supplies, July 18, 1946
24. Lower to Matles Regarding Rex Manufacturing Strike and Philco, August 14, 1946
25. Lower to Benjamin Riskin Regarding Refrigerator Industry and Wages, November 22, 1946
26. Lower to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 27, 1946
27. Lower to Riskin Regarding Philco Contract, May 19, 1947
Folder 31 Local 102 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. Michael Toohey to Julius Emspak Regarding Aerovox, July 14, 1939
2. Toohey to Aerovox Condensor Regarding Organization, July 14, 1939
3. Toohey to Harold Butler Regarding Aerovox, July 14, 1939
4. Toohey Telegram to James Matles Regarding Local 938, Rex Manufacturing, and Strikes, August 14, 1942
5. Toohey to Butler Regarding Collective Bargaining, Philco, and Wages, January 20, 1943
6. Toohey to Emspak Regarding 1946 Convention and Delegates, August 19, 1946
7. Toohey to Matles Regarding Strikes and Philco, May 13, 1949
8. Charles van Housen to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, April 1941
9. van Housen to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 6, 1938
10. van Housen to Emspak Regarding Mailing List and Turn Over, October 30, 1941
11. van Housen to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 8, 1941
Folder 32 Local 102 Salary and Expense Letters to Francis Russell, May 5, 1941
Folder 33 Local 102 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-2. Maurice Goldberg, October 4, 1938
3. Charles van Housen, October 11, 1938
4-26. Goldberg, November 8, 1938-July 19, 1940
27. van Housen, July 31, 1940
28. Goldberg, August 23, 1940
Folder 34 Local 102 Notices of Delinquency, 1938-1940
Folder 35 Local 102 Per Capita Reports, October 1938-August 1940
Folder 36 Local 102 Dues Stamp Transfers, 1938-1939
1. Transfer, September 16, 1938
2. Transfer with Credit Bill, October 22, 1938
3. Transfer, August 14, 1939
4. Transfer with October 11, 1939, Maurice Goldberg Postcard to Julius Emspak, October 16, 1939
Folder 37 Local 102 Supply Requisitions and Correspondence, 1938-1940
1. Credit Bill, October 6, 1938
2. Supply Requisition, October 10, 1938
3. Floyd Roberts to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, June 2, 1938
4. Supply Requisition, August 16, 1939
5. Supply Requisition, November 7, 1939
6. Morris Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 31, 1939
7. Charles van Housen to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 29, 1940

Section: Local 103

Folder 38 Local 103 Officer Lists, 1943-1950
1. Election Results with June 18, 1943, Giles Frazier Letter to Julius Emspak, June 1-2, 1943
2. Officers, June 18, 1943
3. Officers, August 15, 1947
4. Officers, April 5, 1948
5. Officers with Earl Fox Letter to Emspak, September 2, 1948
6. Officers, July 19, 1950
7. Officers with Frank Connelly Letter to Ben Riskin, September 18, 1950
Folder 39 Local 103 Contracts, 1942-1945
1. Draft Memorandum of RCA and Local 103 in Support of Request for Wage Stabilization of the Tool and Die and Model Makers and Tool Room Machinists, December 1942
2. Overtime Plan, RCA Victor Division, April 19, 1943
3. RCA Victor with Carl Bersing Letter to Leo Jandreau, February 4, 1944
4. New Selective Service Interpretations - RCA Victor Policy on Re-employment of Veterans with November 2, 1945, Margaret Toy Letter to Julius Emspak, October 15, 1945
5. Notification of Pending Disagreement, November 1945
Folder 40 Local 103 Membership Meeting Minutes, November 25, 1947
Folder 41 Local 103 Membership Meeting Resolutions, 1943-1947
1. Resolution Regarding Overtime and Executive Order 9240 with May 10, 1943, Frank Nerdl Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, May 6, 1943
2. Resolution Regarding Inflation with Giles Frazier Letter to James Matles, May 6, 1943
3. Resolution Regarding Taft-Hartley with May 29, 1947, Margaret Toy Letter to Fitzgerald, May 20, 1947
Folder 42 Local 103 Executive Council Resolution Regarding Factionalism with October 29, 1948, Earl Fox Letters to Albert Fitzgerald and Julius Emspak, October 1948
Folder 43 Local 103 Executive Council Reports, 1943, 1948
1. Samuel Goldberg Report, March 24, 1943
2. Ben Riskin Report, November 1, 1948
Folder 44 Local 103 Education Committee Lectures, 1943
1. Lecture Regarding Unity with Herman Bagas Letter to Julius Emspak, November 24, 1943
2. Lecture Regarding Factionalism, 1943
3. Lecture Regarding Racial Discrimination, 1943
Folder 45 Local 103 Office Worker's Division Minutes, October 6, 1947
Folder 46 Local 103 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1948
1. Robert Amis to Giles Frazier Regarding Overtime, May 4, 1943
2. Janet Barish to Samuel Basmajian Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1944
3. Barish to Blanche Moore Regarding Staff Finances, December 26, 1944
4. Neil Brant to Joseph Milton Regarding Jensen Manufacturing Organization with Howard Powell Letter to Philip Murray, July 29, 1941
5. Brant to Frazier, December 24, 1942
6. James Carey to Earl Fox Regarding Factionalism, November 11, 1948
7. Fred d'Avila to John Leto Regarding Constitution, November 29, 1949
8. Julius Emspak to John Seaman Regarding Supplies, September 12, 1938
9. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, October 17, 1938
10. Emspak to Milton Regarding Initiation Books and Defender Stamps, October 28, 1938
11. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, January 27, 1939
12. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, March 21, 1939
13. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, May 4, 1939
14. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, May 19, 1939
15. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, November 6, 1939
16. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1939
17. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, November 30, 1939
18. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Finances, May 8, 1940
19. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Supplies, May 22, 1940
20. Emspak to Fox Regarding Finances, Local 430, and Inter-union Rivalry, July 9, 1940
21-22. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
23-24. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Mailing List, October 17, 1940
25. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
26. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940
27-28. Emspak to Seaman Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
Folder 47 Local 103 Incoming Correspondence, 1941-1945
1. Julius Emspak to John Seaman Regarding Finances, February 17, 1941
2. Emspak to Earl Fox Regarding Finances, March 14, 1941
3. Emspak to Fox Regarding Finances, April 30, 1941
4. Emspak to Giles Frazier Regarding Russian War Relief, October 16, 1942
5. Emspak to Frazier Regarding Russian War Relief, October 22, 1942
6. Emspak to Samuel Basmajian Regarding Local 103 Annual Ball, November 2, 1942
7. Emspak to Frank Neidl, July 6, 1943
8. Emspak to Frazier Regarding Mailing List, August 27, 1943
9. Emspak to Frazier Regarding Mailing List, September 2, 1943
10. Emspak to Roy Wilkinson Regarding Second Front, September 27, 1943
11. Emspak to Frazier Regarding RCA Montreal and Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW, October 6, 1943
12. Emspak to Wilkinson Regarding T.R. Roberts, November 26, 1943
13. Emspak to Walter Lucha, March 28, 1944
14. Emspak to Basmajian Regarding Political Action, June 7, 1944
15. Emspak to Wilkinson Regarding Guards, June 14, 1944
16. Emspak to Basmajian Regarding Political Action and Hartford Colt, June 22, 1944
17. Emspak to Wilkinson Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 10, 1944
18. Secretary of Emspak to Margaret Toy Regarding Local 102 and RCA Collective Bargaining, July 17, 1944
19. Emspak to Toy Regarding Women and Lay Offs, October 26, 1944
20. Emspak to Blanche Moore Regarding Staff Finances, December 29, 1944
21. Emspak to Toy Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 23, 1945
22. Emspak to Moore Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
23. Emspak to Moore Regarding Staff Finances, March 20, 1945
24. Emspak to Moore Regarding Staff Finances, June 29, 1945
25. Emspak to Toy Regarding RCA, August 21, 1945
Folder 48 Local 103 Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Margaret Toy Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1946
2. Emspak to Giles Frazier Regarding Staff Members and RCA Bloomington, February 11, 1946
3. Emspak to Toy Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, September 23, 1946
4. Emspak to Toy Regarding Teamsters Local 102, November 25, 1946
5. Emspak to Toy Regarding Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, January 27, 1947
6. Emspak to Toy Regarding Contributions, March 3, 1947
7. Emspak to Toy Regarding Eastern Division Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America, May 15, 1947
8. Emspak to John Leto Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits and Factionalism, December 26, 1947
9. Emspak to Alexander Giordano Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1946
10. Emspak to Leto Regarding Finances, February 18, 1948
11. Emspak to Earl Fox Regarding District 6, February 20, 1948
12. Emspak Telegram to Fox Regarding Membership Meeting, April 12, 1948
13. Emspak to Fox Regarding the American Communications Association and Finances, April 28, 1948
14. Emspak to Fox Regarding Retired Members, October 11, 1948
15. Emspak to Fox Regarding Factionalism, November 29, 1948
16. Emspak to Fox Regarding Finances, December 6, 1948
17. Emspak to Ann Farrell Regarding Finances, April 17, 1950
18. Emspak to Fox Regarding Finances, April 24, 1950
19. Emspak to Fox Regarding Finances, July 6, 1950
20. Emspak to Leto Regarding Finances, July 20, 1950
21. Emspak to Fox Regarding Finances, August 3, 1950
22. Emspak to Leto Regarding Finances, August 11, 1950
23-24. Emspak to Leto Regarding Finances, August 17, 1950
Folder 49 Local 103 Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1950
1. Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald to Samuel Basmajian Regarding Local 103 Annual Ball, November 5, 1942
2. Fitzgerald Telegram to Harold Sharpe Regarding the War Manpower Board, December 16, 1942
3. Ray Klauser, Secretary of Fitzgerald, to Giles Frazier, November 3, 1943
4. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Basmajian Regarding Political Action, May 29, 1944
5. Fitzgerald Telegram to John Kielman Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 10, 1945
6. Secretary of Fitzgerald to John Leto, November 30, 1945
7. Fitzgerald to Leto Regarding Local 103 Officers, June 25, 1946
8. Klausner, Secretary of Fitzgerald, to Earl Fox Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 2, 1948
9. Fitzgerald to Fox Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 7, 1948
10. Fitzgerald to Philip Van Gelder Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 9, 1948
11. Fitzgerald Telegram to Leto Regarding Local 103 Meeting, July 19, 1950
12. Mat Geller to Roy Wilkinson Regarding Dues Check-off, November 3, 1943
13. Irving Levy to Frazier Regarding Executive Order 9240 and Ovetime Pay, October 27, 1942
14. Frederick Livingston to Samuel Walbum Regarding Facists with November 29, 1944, Howard Hyne Letter to RCA Regarding Industrial Review Board, December 11, 1944
15. Livingston to Local 103 Regarding Facists, December 19, 1944
16. James Matles to Joseph Milton Regarding Local 103 and RCA Contracts, October 15, 1942
17. Matles to Milton Regarding War Production Board with October 7, 1942, Russ Nixon Letter to Matles Regarding War Production Board and the Radio Industry, October 24, 1942
18. Matles to Basmajian Regarding Local 103 Annual Ball, November 5, 1942
19. Norma Gould, Secretary of Matles, to Frazier Regarding Letter, December 16, 1942
20. Matles to Frazier Regarding American Arbitration Association, February 3, 1943
21. Matles to Blanche Moore Regarding Staff Finances, May 4, 1943
22. Matles to Frazier Regarding Executive Order 9240, May 20, 1943
23. Matles to Moore Regarding Staff Finances, June 11, 1943
24. Matles to Wilkinson Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, August 11, 1943
25. Matles to Frazier Regarding RCA Lancaster and Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW, August 20, 1943
Folder 50 Local 103 Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1951
1. James Matles to John Leto Regarding Local 103 and RCA Collective Bargaining, February 5, 1946
2. Matles to Leto Regarding RCA and the Radio Industry, March 22, 1946
3. Selma Kaslick, Secretary of Matles, to Leto Regarding Appointment, November 21, 1946
4. Matles to Leto Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, December 16, 1946
5. Matles to Sylvia Muth Regarding White Collar Workers, December 16, 1946
6. Matles to Leto Regarding White Collar Workers and Inter-union Rivalry with UOPWA, December 18, 1946
7. Matles to Leto Regarding Missing Raincoat, July 22, 1947
8. Matles to Earl Fox Regarding Factionalism, October 12, 1948
9. Matles to Leto Regarding Factionalism, October 14, 1948
10. Matles to Leto Regarding Letter, January 27, 1949
11. Edward Matthews to Giles Frazier Regarding UE News, November 19, 1943
12. Elizabeth Moore to Frazier Regarding RCA Camden, March 4, 1944
13. Russ Nixon to Arthur Wolfe Regarding PAC, November 3, 1947
14. Albert Olson to Local 103 Regarding Insurance with May 29, 1951, Letter to Ray Klausner and June 5, 1951, Letter from Emspak's Secretary to Olson, May 21, 1951
15. Don Pinkston to Muth Regarding Supplies, November 7, 1946
16. David Ratner to Margaret Toy Regarding Appointment, November 21, 1944
17. Ratner to Leto Regarding Appointment, July 8, 1947
18. Ratner Memo to Leto Regarding Finances, August 20, 1951
19. Ratner Memo to Roger DiBendetto Regarding Supplies, May 3, 1950
Folder 51 Local 103 Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1950
1. Henry Rhine to David Scribner Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry with IUE, June 6, 1950
2. Benjamin Riskin to John Leto Regarding RCA Hollywood and IBEW, April 16, 1946
3. Riskin Telegram to Leto Regarding NLRB and Teamsters Elections, April 29, 1946
4. Riskin to Leto Regarding Vacations and Veterans, May 11, 1946
5. Riskin to Leto Regarding RCA Organization, May 21, 1946
6. Riskin to Leto Regarding Staff Members, May 24, 1946
7. Riskin to Sylvia Muth Regarding White Collar Workers, May 24, 1946
8. Riskin to Leto Regarding Record Industry, June 3, 1946
9. Riskin to Leto Regarding Letter and Vacation, July 15, 1946
10. Riskin to Leto Regarding RCA Camden Collective Bargaining, July 30, 1946
11-12. Riskin to Leto Regarding RCA Contracts, August 7, 1946
13. Riskin to Ernest Polak Regarding RCA Collective Bargaining, August 15, 1946
14. Riskin to Leto Regarding Pittsburgh Conference, February 20, 1948
15. Riskin to Leto Regarding RCA Meeting, November 4, 1948
16. Secretary of David Scribner to Leto Regarding Veterans with May 8, 1945, Labor Department Interpretation of Re-employment Provisions, November 13, 1945
17. A.N. Towsen to Giles Frazier Regarding Meter Repairmen and Wages with Instrument and Meter Repairman Rates, June 23, 1944
18. Helen Telegram to Riskin Regarding Shortages, October 2, 1946
Folder 52 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1940-1951
1. Daniel Arnold Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local Annual Ball, March 7, 1946
2. Samuel Basmajian to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 103 Annual Ball with Tickets, October 30, 1942
3. Basmajian to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Annual Ball with Tickets, October 30, 1942
4. Basmajian to James Matles Regarding Local 103 Annual Ball with Tickets, October 30, 1942
5. Basmajian Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 1944
6. Basmajian to Emspak Regarding Political Rally Ball, May 25, 1944
7. Basmajian to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Rally Ball, May 25, 1944
8. Gene Derrickson to David Ratner Regarding Finances with Max Rosenfield Letters to Emspak, Derrickson, and UE, as well as a Henry Rhine Letter to Atlas Duplicating Service, August 16, 1951
9. Roger DiBendetto Telegram to Ratner Regarding Supplies, May 3, 1950
10. Mrs. Charles Engel to Emspak Regarding UE News, October 7, 1941
11. Ann Farrell to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 14, 1950
12. Earl Fox to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, December 15, 1939
13. Fox to Emspak Regarding District 4 Emergency Fund, July 2, 1940
14. Fox to Emspak Regarding Local 103 RCA Contracts, August 26, 1947
15. Fox to Emspak Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers with Receipt, September 2, 1947
16. Fox to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 16, 1947
17. Fox to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Pennsylvania CIO, December 17, 1947
Folder 53 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1942-1950
1. Earl Fox to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 17, 1948
2. Fox to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 26, 1948
3. Fox Telegram to Emspak Regarding Collective Bargaining, May 1948
4. Fox to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Officers, June 28, 1948
5. Fox Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, July 9, 1948
6. Fox to James Matles Regarding Subcontracting RCA, September 30, 1948
7. Fox to Emspak Regarding Retired Members, October 7, 1948
8. Fox to Emspak Regarding Factionalism with Letter to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, November 19, 1948
9. Fox to A.K. Weber Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, November 19, 1948
10. Fox to Samuel Basmajian Regarding Staff Members, November 22, 1948
11. Fox to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 24, 1948
12. Fox to Fitzgerald Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW and UMWA, December 17, 1948
13. Fox to Frank Blechinger Regarding Factionalism, January 27, 1949
14. Fox to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and the UE Constitution, September 14, 1949
15. Fox to Emspak Regarding Finances with March 1, 1950, OBUS Agency Bill; February 3, 1950, Largemoor Film Service Bill; and February 2, 1950, Parrish and Read Bill, April 19, 1950
16. Fox Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 18, 1950
17. Giles Frazier to Matles Regarding RCA Contracts and Overtime, October 20, 1942
18. Frazier to Emspak Regarding Russian War Relief, October 20, 1942
19. Frazier to Matles Regarding Overtime with Joint RCA - Local 103 Memorandum and Letter to Frances Perkins Regarding Overtime, October 22, 1942
20. Frazier to Emspak Regarding Shop Talks, November 3, 1942
21. Frazier to Matles Regarding Wage Freeze and Tool and Die Makers with November 4, 1942, Lawrence Morris Letter to Frazier and September 16, 1942, RCA-Local 103 Agreement Regarding Wages and Tool and Die Makers, November 6, 1942
22. Frazier to Matles Regarding Executive Order 9240 with December 24, 1942, Morris Letter to Irving Levy Regarding Overtime, December 29, 1942
Folder 54 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1947
1. Giles Frazier to James Matles Regarding RCA-Local 103 Arbitration and Contracts, February 1, 1943
2. Frazier to Matles with Letters to John Steelman Regarding Wages, Tool and Die Makers, and Guards, February 3, 1943
3. Frazier to Russ Nixon Regarding Executive Order 9240 with April 13, 1943, Robert Amis Letter to Lawrence Morris Regarding Overtime and Morris' April 15, 1943 Resposne, April 22, 1943
4. Frazier to Matles with Letter to Amis, April 23, 1943
5. Frazier to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 15, 1943
6. Frazier to Emspak Regarding Political Action, August 13, 1943
7. Frazier to Emspak Regarding Political Action, September 1, 1943
8. Frazier to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and District 1 Officer Elections, November 2, 1943
9. Alexander Giordano to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1947
10. Samuel Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Strikes, September 6, 1944
11. Lou Kaplan to Matles Regarding Organization and Finances, March 19, 1951
Folder 55 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1945-1951
1. John Leto to NLRB 4th Region Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with Teamsters, August 10, 1945
2. Leto to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 RCA Strikes, November 21, 1945
3. Leto to James Matles Regarding Local 103 RCA Collective Bargaining with Letter to David Sarnoff Regarding Local 103 RCA Contracts, January 30, 1946
4. Leto to Membership Regarding Wages, NRLB Elections, and Local 103 Inter-union Rivalry with Teamsters, April 15, 1946
5. Leto to Ben Riskin Regarding Incentive Pay with Letter to A.K. Weber Regarding Incentive Pay and Record Workers, April 15, 1946
6. Leto to Riskin Regarding IBEW, April 22, 1946
7. Leto to Riskin Regarding Appointments, May 17, 1946
8. Leto to Riskin Regarding Local 103 RCA Collective Bargaining, June 20, 1946
9. Leto to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Officers, June 19, 1946
10. Leto to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Officers, June 26, 1946
11. Leto to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and the Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians, November 19, 1946
12. Leto to Riskin Regarding Local 103 RCA Collective Bargaining, April 8, 1947
13. Leto to David Scribner Regarding RCA Retirement Arbitration, April 15, 1947
14. Leto to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Officers, June 25, 1947
15. Leto to Julius Emspak Regarding Trustees' Meeting, October 31, 1947
16. Leto to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 103 Officers, June 25, 1948
17. Leto to Emspak Regarding Record Industry and Musicians, January 7, 1948
18. Leto to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 2, 1949
19. Leto to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Finances, June 7, 1950
20. Leto to Morton Stavis Regarding Factionalism and Finances, April 11, 1951
21. Leto and Matles to Stavis Regarding Factionalism and Finances with Matles Letter to Leto Regarding Finances and Factionalism, August 3, 1951
22. Leto to David Ratner, August 11, 1951
23. Leto to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 6, 1951
24. Leto Memo to Scribner
25. Leto Draft to Emspak Regarding Finances
Folder 56 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1947
1. Walter Lucha to UE Regarding Local 103 RCA Contracts, March 15, 1944
2. Joe McCann to David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 29, 1947
3. Andrew McFeeters to UE Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, September 9, 1946
4. Joseph Mitton to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 26, 1938
5. Mitton to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 27, 1940
6. Blanche Moore to UE Regarding Staff Finances, June 4, 1943
7. Moore to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1944
8. Moore to UE Regarding Staff Finances, December 27, 1944
9. Moore to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, January 4, 1945
10. Moore to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1945
11. Sylvia Muth to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 15, 1946
12. Muth Telegram to Don Pinkston Regarding Supplies, October 15, 1946
13. Muth to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 23, 1946
14. Muth to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 31, 1946
15. Muth to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 5, 1946
16. Muth to Pinkston Regarding PAC, November 6, 1946
17. Muth to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and Organization with Selma Trauber Memo to Benjamin Riskin, November 26, 1946
18. Muth to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 26, 1946
19. Muth to Emspak Regarding PAC, December 16, 1946
20. Muth to Emspak Regarding Strikes, April 7, 1947
Folder 57 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1950
1. Frank Neidl to UE Regarding Addresses, July 2, 1941
2. Neidl to UE Regarding UE News, October 14, 1941
3. Neidl to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, January 6, 1942
4. Neidl to Emspak Regarding Political Action, October 29, 1942
5. Neidl to James Matles Regarding Executive Order 9240, April 6, 1943
6. Neidl to Matles Regarding RCA Lancaster Organization, April 15, 1943
7. Henry Rhine to Matles Regarding Factionalism with March 14, 1949, Camden Courier - Post Clipping, March 16, 1949
8. Rhine to Matles Regarding Factionalism with June 29, 1950, Local 103 Policy Statement, July 3, 1950
9. Benjamin Riskin Memo Regarding NLRB Elections and Camden RCA Inter-union Rivalry with IUE, May 18 , 1950
10. David Scribner to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 16, 1951
11. John Seaman Telegram to UE Regarding Supplies, September 12, 1938
12. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 11, 1938
13. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 14, 1938
14. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 19, 1938
15. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 20, 1939
16. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 31, 1939
17. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 10, 1939
18. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 14, 1939
19. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 19, 1939
20. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 17, 1939
21. Seaman Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 29, 1939
22. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 25, 1939
23. Seaman Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 31, 1939
24. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 6, 1939
25. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 9, 1939
26. Seaman Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 28, 1939
27. Seaman Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 1, 1939
28. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1940
29. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 24, 1940
30. Seaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 23, 1940
Folder 58 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. Margaret Toy to UE Regarding Application Blanks, June 3, 1944
2. Toy to UE Regarding Local 103 RCA Collective Bargaining, July 15, 1944
3. Toy to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization and Black Workers, September 25, 1944
4. Toy to Emspak Regarding Women Workers and Seniority, October 11, 1944
5. Toy to Emspak Regarding Organization, October 11, 1944
6. Toy to Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues, November 10, 1944
7. Toy to UE Regarding Local 103 Constitutions, December 12, 1944
8. Toy to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 19, 1945
9. Toy to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 19, 1945
10. Toy to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes and No Strike Pledge, April 25, 1945
11. Toy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, July 2, 1945
12. Toy to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with Teamsters and Truck Drivers, August 17, 1945
13. Toy to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Textile Workers, September 17, 1945
14. Toy to Emspak Regarding 1945 UE Convention, December 17, 1945
15. Toy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 11, 1946
16. Toy to Benjamin Riskin Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with Teamsters and NLRB Elections, March 26, 1946
17. Toy to Riskin Regarding Record Industry, April 10, 1946
18. Toy to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with Teamsters and NLRB Elections, April 29, 1946
19. Toy to Emspak Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, July 24, 1946
20. Toy to Emspak Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers with Receipt, September 24, 1946
21. Toy to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 11, 1946
22. Toy to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 5, 1946
23. Toy to Emspak Regarding Teamsters Local 102, November 20, 1946
24. Toy to Emspak Regarding Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, December 13, 1946
Folder 59 Local 103 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1951
1. Margaret Toy to James Matles Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers with Receipt, January 3, 1947
2. Toy to Julius Emspak Regarding United Italian Aid, February 27, 1947
3. Toy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, May 2, 1947
4. Toy to Emspak Regarding Eastern Division Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America, May 12, 1947
5. Toy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, June 4, 1947
6. Toy to Emspak Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers with Receipt, July 2, 1947
7. Roy Wilkinson to Matles Regarding Local 103 RCA Collective Bargaining, August 3, 1943
8. Wilkinson to Emspak Regarding Second Front, September 24, 1943
9. Wilkinson to Emspak Regarding RCA Lancaster, November 16, 1943
10. Wilkinson to Emspak Regarding Guards, May 24, 1944
11. Wilkinson to Emspak Regarding Local 103 Officers, July 5, 1944
12. Arthur Wolfe to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 16, 1947
13. Wolfe to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 27, 1947
14. Wolfe to Emspak Regarding PAC, January 12, 1948
15. Progressive Shop Stewards, Division 7, Local 103 Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, September 22, 1949
16. Local 103 to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 20, 1951
Folder 60 Local 103 Salary and Expense Letters, 1940-1941
1-10. John Seaman, December 13, 1940-March 5, 1941
11-26. Earl Fox, March 25-July 28, 1941
Folder 61 Local 103 Salary and Expense Letters, 1941-1942
1-2. Earl Fox, August 19, 1941
3. Martin O'Grady, August 22, 1941
4-16. Frank Neidl, September 9-December 5,, 1941
17. S.M. Voltis, January 9, 1942
18. Neidl, January 9, 1942
Folder 62 Local 103 Receipts, 1938-1939
1. John Seaman, September 8, 1938
2. Frank Steinitz, September 27, 1938
3. Seaman, October 4, 1938
4. Earl Fox, October 18, 1938
5-6. Seaman, November 3-December 5, 1938
7. Fox, December 20, 1938
8-9. Seaman, January 4-5, 1939
10. Fox, January 16, 1939
11-19. Seaman, February 3-September 5, 1939
20. Joseph Mitton, September 25, 1939
21-29. Seaman, September 26-December 21, 1939
Folder 63 Local 103 Receipts, 1940
1-12. John Seaman, January 10-July 16, 1940
13-14. Earl Fox, July 23-30, 1940
15-17. Seaman, August 1-5, 1940
18-21. Fox, August 12-26, 1940
Folder 64 Local 103 Per Capita Reports, 1938-1940, 1950
Folder 65 Local 103 Stamps, 1938-1940
Folder 66 Local 103 Shipment Notices, 1938-1940
1. Joseph Mitton, December 8, 1938
2-3. John Seaman, December 12, 1938, March 21, 1939
4. Mitton, July 5, 1939
5-10. Seaman, September 25, 1939-June 12, 1940
11. Margaret Toy, June 26, 1940
12-14. Seaman, June 27-August 31, 1940
Folder 67 Local 103 Supply Requisitions, 1938-1940
1-3. John Seaman, July 11-September 29, 1938
4. Joseph Mitton, December 5, 1938
5-10. Seaman, December 7, 1938-September 19, 1939
11. Margaret Toy, September 30, 1939
12-18. Seaman, October 11, 1939-June 11, 1940
19. Toy, June 24, 1940
20-22. Seaman, June 26-July 19, 1940
Folder 68 Local 103 Credit Bills, 1938-1939
Folder 69 Local 103 Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, September 1951
Folder 70 Local 103 Payment Vouchers, 1949
1. Henry Rhine, October 13-November 25, 1949
2. Edward J. Parnell, November 14-16, 1949
3. J.K. Reed, November 15-18, 1949
4. Al Boyd, November 16 and 18, 1949
5. James Crocker, November 17, 1949
6. Roberta C. Dickinson, November 17, 1949
7. Richard Grinsky, November 17, 1949
8. D.W. Rinedollar, November 17, 1949
9. Frank W. Royal, November 17, 1949
10. Fred G. Smith, November 17, 1949
11. George Stein, November 17, 1949
12. W.M. Whalen, November 17, 1949
13. D. Capaldi, November 17, 1949
14. Dominick A. Carella, November 17-18, 1949
15. Thomas J. Costello, November 17-18, 1949
16. Benjamin T. Fillari, November 17-18, 1949
17. C.J. Forrillo, November 17-18, 1949
18. S. Granato, November 17-18, 1949
19. G. Mazciandaro, November 17-18, 1949
20. Grinsky, November 19, 1949
Folder 71 Local 103 Payment Vouchers, 1950
1. Henry Rhine, March 24-May 5, 1950
2. Rhine, May 3-5, 1950
3. J. Margulis, May 12, 1950
4. Novelty Printing Company, May 15, 1950
5. Marguilis, May 16, 1950
6. Novelty Printing Company, May 17, 1950
7. James Price, May 18, 1950
8-9. Novelty Printing Company, May 19, 1950
10. Atlas Duplicating Service, May 22, 1950
11. Novelty Printing Company, May 23, 1950
12. Novelty Printing Company, May 25, 1950
Folder 72 Local 103 Lost Time Vouchers, 1949
1. N. Coriadetta, October 13, 1949
2. Dave Lipner, October 15, 1949
3-8. Joseph Dunn, October 17-November 9, 1949
9. John Cronson, November 7 and 12, 1949
10. M. Thornton, November 9, 1949
11-15. Dunn, November 10-12, 1949
16. Sylvia Blanchfield, November 14, 1949
17. Helen Dell, November 14, 1949
18. John Gray, November 14, 1949
19. Thornton, November 14, 1949
20. Irene White, November 14, 1949
21. Theodore C. White, November 14, 1949
22. J. Corretine, November 15, 1949
23. W.C. Yarrett, November 15 and 17, 1949
24. Gray, November 15, 1949
25. Thornton, November 15, 1949
Folder 73 Local 103 Lost Time Vouchers, 1949
1. A. Boyd, November 16, 1949
2. John Gray, November 16, 1949
3. T. Moore, November 16, 1949
4. M. Thornton, November 16, 1949
5. J. Schwartz, November 16 and 18, 1949
6. E.C. Lambers, November 17, 1949
7. H. Dell, November 17, 1949
8. Gray, November 17, 1949
9. J.K. Reed, November 17, 1949
10. W.J. Van Dyke, November 17, 1949
11. Irene White, November 17, 1949
12-13. W.P. Reynolds, November 17, 1949
14. Boyd, November 17, 1949
15. Gray, November 17, 1949
16. Reed, November 18, 1949
17. Thornton, November 18, 1949
18. J. Farrell, November 19, 1949
19. B.A. Danley, November 21, 1949
20. Gray, November 21, 1949
21. P.P. Lloyd, November 21, 1949
22-24. Gray, November 22-28, 1949
25. Farrell, November 25, 1949
26. Gray, November 25, 1949
27. John Crousen, undated
28. Rocco De Felice, undated
29. Moore, undated
30. Clyde Phario, undated
31. Carl Williams, undated
Folder 74 Local 103 Micellaneous Vouchers, 1949-1950
1. Telephone Bill Receipt, October-November 1949
2. P. Thornton Trip to New York, January 24, 1950
3. Henry Rhine Cost of Handling Bank Account, March 24, 1950
4. Rhine Cost of Handling Bank Account, April 25, 1950
5. Postal Receipt, April 28, 1950
6. Statements of Expenses to Balitmore for Camden with Food, Hotel, and Gas Receipts, May 3-5, 1950
7. Rhine Hotel Receipt, May 4, 1950
8. Stationary Receipt, May 5, 1950
9. Dave Ratner Loan Figures
Folder 75 Local 103 Miscellaneous Financial Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Fred Steinitz to UE, September 23, 1938
2. John Seaman to Julius Emspak, September 1, 1938
3. Seaman to Emspak, October 3, 1938
4. Earl Fox to Emspak, October 14, 1938
5. Seaman to Emspak, November 1, 1938
6. Seaman to Emspak, December 2, 1938
7. Fox to UE, December 15, 1938
8. Fox to UE, December 30, 1938
9. Seaman to Emspak, January 3, 1939
10. Fox to UE, January 13, 1939
11. Seaman to Emspak, February 1, 1939
12. Seaman to Emspak, March 2, 1939
13. Fox to UE, March 31, 1939
14. Seaman to Emspak, April 4, 1939
15. Seaman to Emspak, May 2, 1939
16. Seaman to Emspak, June 5, 1939
17. Joseph Mitton to Emspak, June 29, 1939
18. Seaman to Emspak, July 7, 1939
19. Mitton Telegram to Emspak, August 9, 1939
20. Seaman to Emspak, August 9, 1939
21-23. Seaman to Emspak, September 1, 1939
24. Anthony Tusch to Emspak, September 13, 1939
25. Seaman to Emspak, October 3, 1939
26. Fox to Emspak, October 6, 1939
27. Fox to UE, October 27, 1939
28. Seaman to Emspak, November 3, 1939
29. Fox to Emspak, November 6, 1939
30-31. Seaman to Emspak, December 4, 1939
32. Seaman to Emspak, December 20, 1939
Folder 76 Local 103 Miscellaneous Financial Correspondence, 1940 and 1951
1. John Seaman to Julius Emspak, January 2, 1940
2. Seaman to Emspak, January 5, 1940
3. Seaman to Emspak, January 29, 1940
4. Seaman to Emspak, February 2, 1940
5. Seaman to Emspak, March 1, 1940
6. Seaman to Emspak, April 1, 1940
7. Seaman to Emspak, May 2, 1940
8. Seaman to Emspak, May 10, 1940
9-10. Seaman to Emspak, June 4, 1940
11. Seaman to UE, June 21, 1940
12-13. Seaman to Emspak, July 3, 1940
14. Seaman to Emspak, July 12, 1940
15. Earl Fox to Emspak, July 22, 1940
16. Fox to Emspak, July 26, 1940
17. Seaman Telegram to Emspak, July 31, 1940
18. Seaman to Emspak, August 1, 1940
19. Seaman to Emspak, August 2, 1940
20. Fox to Emspak, August 5, 1940
21. Fox to Emspak, August 9, 1940
22. Fox to Emspak, August 16, 1940
23. Fox to Emspak, August 23, 1940
24. Emspak to Gene Derrickson, November 23, 1951
25. David Ratner Memo to H.J. Devlin
Folder 77 Local 103 Miscellaneous Financial Materials, 1940-1951
1. Receipt, August 1, 1940
2. Samuel Basmajian W-4 Form, July 24, 1944
3. PAC Financial Report, 1946
4. Novelty Printing Company Bill, June 30, 1950
5-6. Financial Statement with Memo, November 1949 - June 1950
7. Financial Statement with Memo, 1950
8. Financial Statement, 1950
9. Financial Statement, 1949-1951
Folder 78 Local 103 Miscellaneous Financial Materials, 1956
1. Third National Bank, Trust Company of Camden Regarding Failure to Pay Form with Checks from M.H. Goldstein and Morton Stavis, May 16, 1952
2. David Ratner to William Muloveen with January 18, 1956, Harold A. Hearn Letter to UE, January 24, 1956
Folder 79 Local 103 National Labor Relations Board Case No. 5-RC-461 and 5-RC-545, Order Remanding Proceeding to Regional Director, July 14, 1950
Folder 80 Local 103 Mass Meeting Speeches, May 6, 1943
1. Text of Speech by David Davis
2. Text of Speech by Russ Nixon
Folder 81 Local 103 Financial Meeting Minutes, 1950
Folder 82 Local 103 Shop Talks Newspaper, 1942, 1946-1947
Folder 83 Local 103 News Bulletins, May 1 and July 19, 1950
Folder 84 Local 103 Union Spotlight, June 1, 1949
Folder 85 Local 103 Pamphlets, 1949-1950
1. A Message to Philco Workers with January 27, 1949, Henry Rhine Letter to James Matles, 1949
2. $1000 Secret, 1949
3. To All Members of UE Local 103, July 14, 1950
Folder 86 Local 103 Leaflets, 1943-1950
1. "Important", April 23, 1943
2. "Wage Agreements Reached", January 27, 1946
3. "The Facts About Basmajian", 1946-1947
4. "May 5th Newspapers Reports 23% More Profits for RCA", 1948
5. "UE Unity in Division 7 Wins $1294.03 Back Pay", 1950
Folder 87 Local 103 Newspaper Clippings, 1949-1951
1. Camden Courier Post, June 1, 1949
2. Camden Evening Courier, June 23, 1949
3. Camden Courier Post, April 25, 1951

Box 5
Folder 1 Local 103 Arbitration, Alexander Giordano v. Radio Corporation of America et al., 1950

Section: Local 104

Folder 2 Local 104 Officer Lists, 1943-1949
1. Dewitt Daubert to Julius Emspak, July 15, 1943
2. Earl Howell to Emspak, July 6, 1943
3. Officer List, September 20, 1944
4. Officer List, November 13, 1946
5. Officer List, April 26, 1947
6. Officer List, April 6, 1948
7. Officer List, October 11, 1948
8. William Tate to UE, December 1948
9. Officer List, January 18, 1949
Folder 3 Local 104 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1948
1. Carl Bersing to Earl Howell Regarding Overtime and War Mobilization Commission, January 11, 1944
2. Julius Emspak to John McDonough Regarding Sheridan Machine and Metropolitan Hinge Organization, May 17, 1943
3. Emspak to Howell Regarding Finances, May 21, 1943
4. Emspak to McDonough Regarding Organization, May 21, 1943
5. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Organization, May 21, 1943
6. Emspak to Howell Regarding Finances, June 15, 1943
7. Emspak to Carl Bersing, January 19, 1944
8. Emspak to Howell Regarding Factionalism, January 19, 1944
9. Emspak to Bersing with January 23, 1944, Howell Letter to Emspak, February 11, 1944
10. Emspak to Peter Besch Regarding Staff Members, March 28, 1945
11. Emspak to Howell Regarding Staff Members, March 28, 1945
12. Emspak to Howell Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 27, 1945
13. Emspak to Howell Regarding Local 104 Officers, April 23, 1947
14. Emspak to William Tate Regarding Finances, March 30, 1948
15. Albert Fitzgerald to Howell Regarding Staff Members, April 25, 1944
16. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Howell Regarding Appointments, May 1, 1944
17. Fitzgerald to Howell Regarding Meetings, May 10, 1944
18. Fitzgerald to Howell Regarding Meetings, May 11, 1944
19. Fitzgerald Telegram to Howell Regarding Meetings, May 26, 1944
20. James Matles to Samuel Goldberg Regarding Dues, June 26, 1943
21. Matles to Howell Regarding Staff Members, September 25, 1943
Folder 4 Local 104 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1945
1. Carl Bersing to Julius Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, February 14, 1944
2. Bersing to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, January 24, 1944
3. Samuel Goldberg to James Matles Regarding Local 104 Collective Bargaining, June 14, 1943
4. Goldberg to Robert Ney Regarding War Labor Board, December 22, 1943
5. Goldberg to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, June 1, 1944
6. Earl Howell to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 15, 1943
7. Howell to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, December 20, 1943
8. Howell to Bersing Regarding Overtime and War Labor Board, January 8, 1944
9. Howell to Bersing Regarding War Labor Board, January 12, 1944
10. Howell to Matles, January 13, 1944
11. Howell to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, January 23, 1944
12. Howell to Emspak Regarding Local 104 Sheridan Machine Contract, February 14, 1944
13. Howell to Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board, April 20, 1944
14. Howell to Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board, April 27, 1944
15. Howell to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, May 8, 1944
16. Howell to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, May 12, 1944
17. Howell to Fitzgerald Regarding Sheridan Machine Contract and War Labor Board, May 30, 1944
18. Howell Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board, May 1944
19. Howell to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, March 18, 1945
20-21. Howell to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 24, 1945
22. Howell to Emspak Regarding Finances and Veterans, June 23, 1945
Folder 5 Local 104 Outgoing Correspondence, 1947-1948
1. Earl Howell to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 104 Sheridan Machine Contracts, January 27, 1947
2. Howell to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, February 9, 1947
3. Howell to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, March 9, 1947
4. Howell to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, April 6, 1947
5. Howell to Emspak Regarding Local 104 Officers, April 7, 1947
6. Howell Telegram to UE Regarding Mailing List, April 18, 1947
7. Howell to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 19, 1947
8. Thomas O'Hare to UE Regarding Taft-Hartly and General Strike, May 8, 1947
9. William Tate to UE Regarding Finances, February 23, 1948

Section: Local 105

Folder 6 Local 105 Officer Lists, 1944-1949
1. Officer List, November 9, 1944
2. Officer List, February 24, 1948
3. Officer List, April 5, 1948
4. Officer List, August 24, 1948
5. Officer List, December 6, 1948
6. Officer List, March 17, 1949
7. Officer List, September 12, 1949
Folder 7 Local 105 Contract with January 25, 1943, Supplemental Agreement Number 11, July 29, 1941
Folder 8 Local 105 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1945
1. Helen Bradford to Alice Flannery Regarding Local 105 International Resistor Company Contracts and Local 105 Constitutions, June 30, 1943
2. Julius Emspak to George Berry Regarding Supplies, October 19, 1938
3. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Finances, October 19, 1938
4. Emspak to Berry Regarding Supplies, November 2, 1938
5. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Finances, March 27, 1939
6. Emspak to Berry Regarding Finances, April 7, 1939
7. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, April 14, 1939
8. Emspak to Berry Regarding Finances, April 26, 1939
9. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Finances, June 16, 1939
10. Emspak to Local 105 Regarding Supplies, June 26, 1939
11. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Finances, October 14, 1940
12. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
13. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Mailing List, March 20, 1944
14. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Finances and Veterans, March 20, 1945
15. Emspak to Flannery Regarding Finances and Veterans, June 1, 1945
16. Ray Klausner, Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald, to Peter Besch Regarding Letter, August 24, 1945
17. David Scribner to Berry Regarding Appointments, November 17, 1945
18. Scribner to Harry Block Regarding Local 105 International Resistor Contracts, December 12, 1945
Folder 9 Local 105 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1947
1. George Berry to UE Regarding Supplies with Memo, October 13, 1938
2. Berry to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1938
3. Berry to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 28, 1939
4. Berry to David Scribner Regarding Appointment, November 13, 1945
5. Peter Besch to Ray Klausner Regarding War Labor Board, August 27, 1945
6. Harry Block to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and the Office of Price Adjustment, November 27, 1944
7. Block to Scribner Regarding War Labor Board, Wages, and Office of Price Adjustment, December 5, 1945
8. Joseph Bradford to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and Local 105 International Register Contracts, November 9, 1944
9. Alice Flannery to UE Regarding Finances, September 20, 1938
10. Flannery to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 2, 1938
11. Flannery to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 8, 1938
12. Flannery to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 15, 1939
13. Flannery to UE Regarding Supplies, April 1, 1939
14. Flannery to UE Regarding Finances, September 15, 1939
15. Flannery to UE Regarding Supplies, June 6, 1939
16. Flannery to UE Regarding Supplies, July 10, 1939
17. Flannery to UE Regarding Finances, November 6, 1939
18. Flannery to UE Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1939
19. Flannery to Bradford Regarding Factionalism and Wages, July 2, 1943
20. Flannery to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, February 24, 1944
21. Flannery to UE Regarding Address Change, October 25, 1944
22. Flannery to Emspak Regarding Finances and Veterans, March 19, 1945
23. Flannery to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 22, 1945
24. Albert Riesel to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 10, 1947
25. Elizabeth Sweeny to UE Regarding Wages, August 23, 1945
26. Luther Welzel to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention, August 21, 1946
27. Welzel to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 3, 1946
28. Welzel to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 31, 1946
Folder 10 Local 105 Salary and Expense Letters, Alice Flannery, May 28 and October 20, 1941
Folder 11 Local 105 Receipts, 1938-1939
1. Local 105, September 21, 1938
2-12. Alice Flannery, September 21, 1938-April 17, 1939
13. Local 105, April 18, 1939
14. Flannery, April 20, 1939
15. Local 105, May 3, 1939
16. Flannery, June 9, 1939
17-18. Local 105, June 22, 1939
19-27. Flannery, July 11-December 8, 1939
Folder 12 Local 105 Receipts, 1940
1-2. Alice Flannery, January 6-February 7, 1940
3. Alice Diamond, March 13, 1940
4-8. Flannery, April 11-August 5, 1940
Folder 13 Local 105 Notice of Delinquency, August 1938
Folder 14 Local 105 Stamps, 1938-1939
Folder 15 Local 105 Per Capita Payments, 1938-1940
Folder 16 Local 105 Supply Requisitions, 1938-1940
Folder 17 Local 105 Credits and Bills, 1938
Folder 18 Local 105 Miscellaneous Financial Materials, 1939
1. Mitten Bank and Trust Company, Refusal to Pay, June 6, 1939
2. William Allen, Notice of Refusal, June 12, 1939
3. Amalgamated Bank of New York, Notice of Non-Payment, June 13, 1939
Folder 19 Local 105 Correspondence Regarding the Joseph Snell Case, 1942-1944
1. John Hargadon to Whom it May Concern, January 14, 1942
2. Joseph Snell Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald, May 24, 1943
3. Fitzgerald Telegram to Snell, May 25, 1943
4. Snell and Joseph Bradford to Alice Flannery, July 17, 1943
5. Bradford Trial Statement, July 1943
6. Rose Kenin Trial Statement, July 1943
7. Snell to District 1 Council, August 23, 1943
8. Snell, Bradford, and Kenin to General Executive Board, August 23, 1943
9. Harry Goettal to Snell, August 1943
10. Julius Emspak to Snell, September 2, 1943
11. Snell to Emspak, December 1-3, 1943
12. Emspak to Snell, December 4, 1943
13. Snell to Emspak, December 7, 1943
14. Emspak to Snell, December 22, 1943
15. Eleanor Memo to Emspak, December 31, 1943
16. Emspak to Snell, January 3, 1944
17. Fitzgerald to Harry Block, January 10, 1944
18. Snell to James McLeish, January 11, 1944
19. Block to Fitzgerald, January 24, 1944
20. Block to McLeish, January 24, 1944
21. McLeish to Block, January 26, 1944
22. Block to McLeish, January 31, 1944
23. McLeish to Fitzgerald, February 4, 1944
24. Report of Sub-Committee, Local 105 Appeal, March 16-17, 1944
25. Snell to General Executive Board, March 27, 1944
Folder 20 Local 105 Correspondence Regarding the Joseph Snell Case, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Alice Flannery, April 4, 1944
2. Emspak to Joseph Snell, April 4, 1944
3. Snell to Emspak, September 22, 1944
4. Albert Fitzgerald to Snell, November 8, 1944
5. Undated Notes on Bradford, Snell, and Kenin
6. James McLeish and Harry Block Statement on Snell Case, undated
7. Charges by Berry Against Snell, undated
8. Charges by Berry Against Kenin, undated
9. Charges by Berry Against Bradford, undated
10. Charges by Snell and Bradford Against Berry, undated
11. Miscellaneous Notes, undated
Folder 21 Local 105 Correspondence Regarding the War Labor Board Office of Price Administration Case, 1944-1945
1. Contents, December 5, 1945
2. Exhibit A, Contract Concerning OPA Price Relief, May 24, 1944
3. Exhibit B, Revised OPA Price Relief Agreement with Ernest Searing Letter to George Berry, October 5, 1944
4. Exhibit C, Company Proposal for Adjustment of Retroactive Pay Claim, April 18, 1945
5. Exhibit D, War Labor Board Decision, September 12, 1944
6. Exhibit E, War Labor Board Notification of Office of Economic Stabilization Approval, December 20, 1944
7. Exhibit F, Office of Price Administration Relief Order, December 26, 1944
Folder 22 Local 105 Correspondence Regarding Wage Data with Rate List
Folder 23 Local 105 Pamplet It Was Asked For!, 1943
Folder 24 Local 105 Leaflets, 1943
1. "Let the Truth be Known"
2. "You Can't Win"
3. "Judgement Day", June 1, 1943

Section: Local 106

Folder 25 Local 106 Officer Lists, 1943
1. Leon Deane to Julius Emspak, September 9, 1943
2. Henry Walsh to Emspak, December 1943
Folder 26 Local 106 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. Julius Emspak to David Davis Regarding Charter, August 5, 1943
2. Emspak to Davis Regarding Charter, August 14, 1943
3. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Charter, August 24, 1943
4. Emspak to Local 106 Regarding Finances, August 24, 1943
5. Emspak to Peter Besch Regarding Charter, August 24, 1943
6. Emspak to Charles Tracy Regarding Finances, January 19, 1944
7. Emspak to Besch Regarding Finances, May 31, 1944
8. Secretary of Emspak to Besch Regarding Finances, July 13, 1944
9. Ray Klausner to David Ratner Regarding Finances, July 13, 1944
Folder 27 Local 106 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. Peter Besch to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, August 20, 1943
2. Charles Tracy to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 17, 1944
3. Besch to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 7, 1944
4. Besch to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, July 6, 1944
5. Besch to Emspak Regarding Finances with Audit Lists, December 5, 1944

Section: Local 107

Folder 28 Local 107 Officer Lists, 1944-1951
1. Orland Hoffman to UE, January 10, 1944
2. Officer List, February 16, 1944
3. Officer List, 1951
4. Officer List, undated
Folder 29 Local 107 Membership Meeting Minutes, February 2, 1954
Folder 30 Local 107 Executive Committee Minutes, January 28, 1954
Folder 31 Local 107 Executive Committee, Resignation Letter, September 8, 1943
Folder 32 Local 107 Schedule of Shop Stewards and Meetings, 1945
Folder 33 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1947
1. Janet Barish to Francis Bradley Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1944
2. Barish to G. Boyd Kline Regarding Finances, October 31, 1946
3. Barish to Kline Regarding Finances and Laundry Strike Committee, January 23, 1947
4. Barish Telegram to Kline Regarding Finances, April 28, 1947
Folder 34 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1953-1955
1. Janet Barish to Local 107 Regarding Missing Mail, August 30, 1955
2. Barish to Local 107 Regarding Missing Mail, September 14, 1955
3. Charles Copeland to Francis Bradley Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE with an April 19, 1953, IUE Local 601 Resolution, April 24, 1953
Folder 35 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1942
1. Julius Emspak to Milton Pancoast Regarding Supplies, February 23, 1939
2. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Finances, May 9, 1939
3. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Finances with Statement, May 16, 1939
4. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Finances, June 8, 1939
5. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Finances, June 28, 1939
6. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Supplies, January 15, 1940
7. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Supplies, February 27, 1940
8. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Supplies, March 6, 1940
9. Emspak to E.P. Hanlon Regarding Finances with Per Capita Statement, March 21, 1940
10. Emspak to Hanlon Regarding Finances, April 9, 1940
11. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
12. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Mailing List, October 17, 1940
13. Emspak to Pancoast Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
14. Emspak to Otho Small Regarding Supplies, March 6, 1941
15. Emspak to Small Regarding Finances, October 16, 1941
16. Emspak to John Flynn Regarding United China Relief, October 15, 1942
17. Emspak to Flynn Regarding Stewards Banquet with Ticket, December 8, 1942
Folder 36 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1948
1. Julius Emspak to Francis Bradley Regarding Finances with Dues Stamp Statement, January 8, 1943
2. Emspak to Bradley Regarding Finances, May 18, 1943
3. Emspak to G. Boyd Kline Regarding Finances, September 16, 1943
4. Emspak to Kline Regarding Dues Check-off, November 22, 1943
5. Emspak to Bradley Regarding Stewards Banquet with Ticket, November 29, 1943
6. Emspak to N.E. Kreuger Regarding Annual Dance, October 20, 1944
7. Emspak to O.E. Hoffman Regarding Finances and Veterans, October 30, 1944
8. Emspak to James Price Regarding Annual Dance, October 9, 1945
9. Emspak to G. Kissinger Regarding Stewards Banquet, October 29, 1945
10. Emspak to George Yaunches Regarding Finances, July 19, 1946
11. Emspak to Price Regarding Finances and Dues, November 11, 1946
12. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances with Mail Receipt, January 17, 1947
13. Helen Martin, Secretary of Emspak, to Kline, January 17, 1947
14. Emspak to Kline Regarding Supplies, March 27, 1947
15. Secretary of Emspak to Bradley, April 15, 1947
16. Emspak to Bradley Regarding Finances and Dues, April 30, 1947
17. Emspak to Bradley Regarding Finances, July 21, 1947
18. Emspak to Herbert Lewin Regarding Publicity, October 9, 1947
19. Emspak to Bradley Regarding Shop Stewards' Banquet with Ticket and Return Slip, November 28, 1947
20. Emspak to Kline Regarding PAC, March 19, 1948
21. Emspak to Yaunches Regarding CIO, May 19, 1948
22. Secretary of Emspak to Kline, June 7, 1948
23. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances, June 16, 1948
24. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances, June 25, 1948
25. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances and Radio Broadcast, July 19, 1948
26. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances, August 4, 1948
Folder 37 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1949-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Francis Bradley Regarding 1949 UE Convention, October 5, 1949
2. Emspak to Bradley, November 10, 1949
3. Emspak to Bradley Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, September 27, 1950
4. Emspak to G. Boyd Kline Regarding Finances and Dues, December 17, 1951
Folder 38 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1952-1955
1. Julius Emspak to G. Boyd Kline Regarding Fighting Fund, November 3, 1952
2. Emspak to Kline Regarding Fighting Fund, November 11, 1952
3. Emspak to Kline, 1953
4. Emspak to Arthur Burdette Regarding Stewards Banquet, December 2, 1954
5. Emspak to Kline Regarding Financial Reports, June 6, 1955
6. Emspak to Local 107 Regarding Fighting Fund, 1955
Folder 39 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald to Francis Bradley Regarding Local 107 Officers, December 22, 1943
2. Fitzgerald to James Cassidy Regarding Factionalism and 1944 UE Convention Delegates, September 6, 1944
3. Fitzgerald Telegram to N.E. Kreuger Regarding Annual Dance, October 26, 1944
4. Fitzgerald to Kreuger Regarding Annual Dance, December 1, 1944
5. Secretary of Fitzgerald to James Price Regarding Annual Dance with Tickets, September 21, 1945
6. Fitzgerald to G. Kissinger Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet with Ticket, October 31, 1945
7. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Price Regarding CIO, February 18, 1946
8. Fitzgerald to Edward Savitsky Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 30, 1948
9. Fitzgerald to Norman Weaver Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 8, 1948
10. Fitzgerald to Bradley Regarding Membership Meeting, June 14, 1944
11. Fitzgerald to Price Regarding Membership Meeting, June 16, 1944
Folder 40 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1953-1954
1. Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald to Lou Kaplan Regarding 1953 UE Convention with Fitzgerald Speech "Reaffirmation of Basic UE Policy, 1953", September 29, 1953
2. Fitzgerald to Edward Savitsky Regarding Membership Meeting, December 22, 1953
3. Fitzgerald to Arthur Burdette Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, December 6, 1954
Folder 41 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, George Goldstein to Carl Gray Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE and AGT Division, January 18, 1954
Folder 42 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, Ray Klausner to N.E. Kreuger, November 28, 1944
Folder 43 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1940-1949
1. James Matles to E.P. Hanlon Regarding Pattern Makers and Inter-union Rivalry with the Pattern Makers League, November 25, 1940
2. Matles to John Flynn Regarding Canton Organization, November 4, 1942
3. Matles to Francis Bradley Regarding Factionalism, April 8, 1943
4. Matles to G. Kissinger Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 1, 1945
5. Matles to Dietrich Regarding Coordinating Committee, December 17, 1945
6. Matles to Edward Savitsky Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 4, 1946
7. Matles Telegram to Bradley Regarding Appointments, January 19, 1947
8. Matles to Bradley Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet with Ticket, November 20, 1947
9. Matles to Bradley Regarding Wages and Collective Bargaining between Westinghouse and Local 107, January 9, 1948
10. Matles to Bradley Regarding Pattern Makers, Inter-union Rivalry with Pattern Makers League, and Taft-Hartley, January 23, 1948
11. Matles to Norman Weaver Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 12, 1948
12. Matles to Bradley Regarding CIO Inter-union Rivalry with Packet of Correspondence Regarding Raiding, September 27, 1949
Folder 44 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1950-1955
1. James Matles to John Monaghan Regarding Supplies, January 13, 1950
2. Matles to Carl Gray Regarding Supplies, April 10, 1950
3. Secretary of Matles to David Reid Regarding Philadelphia Report, April 18, 1950
4. Matles to Reid Regarding Factionalism, May 10, 1950
5. Matles to John Haigut Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry at East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, June 14, 1950
6. Matles to G. Boyd Kline Regarding Finances, October 30, 1950
7. Matles to Francis Bradley Regarding Finances, December 6, 1950
8. Matles to Kline Regarding Finances, December 26, 1950
9. Matles to Kline Regarding Finances, December 27, 1950
10. Matles to Kline Regarding Finances, June 15, 1951
11. Matles to Bradley Regarding IUE Constitution, July 24, 1951
12. Secretary of Matles to Local 107 Regarding "The Key is Unity", September 12, 1952
13. Matles to Bradley Regarding Finances, December 4, 1952
14. Matles to Monaghan Regarding Westinghouse East Pittsburgh Testers, July 30, 1953
15. Matles to Monaghan Regarding Finances with Organizational Expense Statement, November 4, 1953
16. Matles to Edward Savitsky, January 22, 1954
17. Matles to Savitsky Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, January 28, 1954
18. Matles to Savitsky Regarding AGT and Essington Westinghouse, January 29, 1954
19. Matles to Kline Regarding Finances, March 5, 1954
20. Matles to Savitsky Regarding Finances with Expenses Incurred by the International Union in the March 3, 1954, UE Local 107 Campaign and Expenditures, March 8, 1954
21. Matles to Joseph McCann Regarding Finances, March 8, 1954
22. Matles to Savitsky Regarding Essington Westinghouse and AGT, August 30, 1954
23. Matles to Theodore Deckert Regarding 1954 UE Convention, October 23, 1954
24. Matles to Arthur Burdette Regarding Stewards Banquet, November 16, 1954
25. Matles to Kline Regarding Finances, March 8, 1955
26. Matles to Peter Abbondi Regarding Time Study, July 28, 1955
27. Matles to Savitsky Regarding Local 1004 Turret Lathe Operators, August 5, 1955
28. Secretary of Matles to A.J. Gossert Regarding Supplies, November 7, 1955
29. Matles Telegram to Gray Regarding General Cable Contracts in Rome, Emeryville and Los Angeles, December 8, 1955
Folder 45 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1955
1. Edward Matthews to Francis Bradley Regarding Organization and Cafeteria Workers, March 16, 1943
2. Matthews to Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell Regarding Wilbur Maxwell with Memo, January 8, 1946
3. Russ Nixon to Bradley Regarding Wage Freeze and Incentive Pay, January 23, 1951
4. Don Pinkston to George Yaunches Regarding Publicity, March 28, 1946
5. Pinkston to Yaunches Regarding Publicity, June 11, 1946
6. Pinkston to James Price Regarding Political Action, October 24, 1946
7. Pinkston to Abe Ruzansky Regarding Shop Stewards, November 21, 1946
8. David Ratner to G. Boyd Kline Regarding Supplies, February 10, 1948
9. Ratner to Bradley Regarding Reservations, August 24, 1948
10. David Scribner Memo Regarding Greivances, February 1, 1954
11. Nat Spero to Frank Robinson Regarding Unemployment with 1954 "Employees in Non-Agricultural Establishments in Pennsylvania", February 4, 1955
12. Lewis Ziegler to Price Regarding White Collar Workers and FAECT Inter-union Rivalry with Memo "To All Non-Supervisory Employees of the Engineering and Tool Design Departments", Return Envelopes, and a FAECT Authorization Card, February 7, 1945
Folder 46 Local 107 Incoming Correspondence, 1962-1979
Folder 47 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1953
1. John Acker to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Annual Ball, June 23, 1943
2. George Baker to UE Regarding Factionalism, June 3, 1943
3. Baker to General Executive Board, September 9, 1943
4. Lewis Berne to Julius Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and FAECT Inter-union Rivalry, February 12, 1945
5. Francis Bradley to Emspak Regarding Detroit Strikes, January 19, 1943
6. Bradley to Matles Regarding Local 107 Westinghouse Contracts, February 22, 1943
7. Bradley to Matles Regarding Organization and Cafeteria Workers, March 5, 1943
8. Bradley to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards with March 5, 1943, Merchant Marine News, March 29, 1943
9. Bradley to Matles Regarding Local 107 Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, April 18, 1943
10. Bradley Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 107 Westinghouse Contracts, July 7, 1943
11. Bradley to Edward Matthews Regarding Wages and Women Workers, July 9, 1943
12. Bradley Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 107 Officers, December 1943
13. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues, April 9, 1947
14. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues, July 16, 1947
15. Bradley to UE Regarding Civil Rights Congress and Carl Marzani, August 20, 1947
16. Bradley to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 107 Officers, November 28, 1947
17. Bradley to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, January 14, 1948
18. Bradley to Matles Regarding Patternmakers and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, January 28, 1948
19. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Publicity, May 11, 1948
20. Bradley to David Ratner Regarding Conventions, August 23, 1948
21. Bradley to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, June 10, 1949
22. Bradley to Emspak Regarding 1949 UE Convention, October 3, 1949
23. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Organizers Bulletin, February 16, 1950
24. Bradley to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 30, 1953
25. Bradley to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 15, 1953
26. Bradley to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 22, 1953
Folder 48 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1954
1. Arthur Burdette to James Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 8, 1954
2. Burdette to Julius Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 8, 1954
3. Burdette to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, November 8, 1954
4. James Cassidy to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, September 9, 1944
5. Theodore Deckert to Matles, October 1954
6. Gene Derrickson to Matles Regarding Finances with Matles Letter to David Cohen, January 6, 1953
7. John Flynn to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Chapter 27 FAECT with September 18, 1942, Circulator, September 29, 1942
8. Flynn to Matles Regarding Finances, October 14, 1942
9. Flynn to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, October 31, 1942
10. Flynn to Matles, undated
11. Earl Hanlon to UE Regarding Finances, October 20, 1938
12-13. Hanlon to UE Regarding Supplies, March 7, 1940
14. O.E. Hoffman to Edward Matthews Regarding UE Constitutions, February 16, 1944
15. Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Charter, March 9, 1944
16. Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Charter, April 19, 1944
17. Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Finances and Veterans, October 23, 1944
18. G. Kissinger to Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 24, 1945
19. Kissinger to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 24, 1945
20. Kissinger to Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 24, 1945
Folder 49 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1950
1. G. Boyd Kline to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 16, 1943
2. Kline to UE Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1943
3. Kline to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 1, 1946
4. Kline to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 18, 1946
5. Kline to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 5, 1946
6. Kline to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 18, 1946
7. Kline to Emspak Regarding Laundry Strike Committee with "This is Our Story", January 2, 1947
8. Kline Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Appointment, April 28, 1948
9. Kline to Ratner Regarding Appointment, July 14, 1947
10. Kline to Ratner Regarding Supplies with Membership Cards, February 9, 1948
11. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 2, 1948
12. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 17, 1948
13. Kline to Emspak Regarding Wages, June 30, 1948
14. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 28, 1948
15. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 30, 1948
16. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances with June 19, 1950, "Lost Time to be Paid by National Office", September 1, 1950
17. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 19, 1950
18. KIine to James Matles Regarding Executive Board Meeting, November 27, 1950
Folder 50 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1951-1955
1. G. Boyd Kline to UE Regarding Finances, July 3, 1951
2. Kline to James Price Regarding Staff Finances, October 10, 1951
3. Kline to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Cafeteria Workers, December 13, 1951
4. Kline to James Matles Regarding Finances, December 10, 1952
5. Kline to Matles Regarding Finances, January 9, 1953
6. Kline to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 23, 1953
7. Kline to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 28, 1953
8. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 3, 1955
9. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 24, 1955
10. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 27, 1955
Folder 51 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1949
1. N. Krueger to Julius Emspak Regarding Annual Dance with Tickets, October 17, 1944
2. Krueger to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Annual Dance, October 17, 1944
3. Krueger to Emspak Regarding Stewards' Banquet, November 24, 1944
4. Krueger to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards' Banquet, November 24, 1944
5. Herbert Lewin to UE Educational Department Regarding Educational Material, September 11, 1947
6. William Mayne to Philip Murray and Fitzgerald Regarding Anti-Communism, Factionalism, and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 6, 1949
7. John Monaghan et al. to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1944 Local 107 Elections, August 25, 1944
8. Milton Pancoast to Emspak Regarding Supplies with January 20, 1939, Credit/Bill, February 24, 1939
9. Pancoast to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 22, 1939
10. Pancoast to UE Regarding Finances, April 27, 1939
11. Pancoast to UE Regarding Supplies, June 6, 1939
12. Pancoast to UE Regarding Supplies and Unemployment, October 10, 1939
13. Pancoast to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Unemployment
14. Pancoast to UE Regarding Supplies, November 3, 1939
15. Pancoast to UE Regarding Finances, December 1, 1939
16. Pancoast to UE Regarding Supplies, January 12, 1940
17. Pancoast to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 17, 1940
18. Pancoast to UE Regarding Supplies, February 14, 1940
19. Pancoast to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 1, 1940
20. Pancoast to UE Regarding Supplies, March 5, 1940
21. Pancoast to UE Regarding Membership List and Supplies, March 12, 1940
22. Pancoast to UE Regarding Finances, March 19, 1940
23. Evelyn Ache, Secretary of Pancoast, to UE Regarding Supplies, April 19, 1940
Folder 52 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1945-1955
1. James Price to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding No-Strike Pledge, May 10, 1945
2. Price to Julius Emspak Regarding No-Strike Pledge, September 18, 1945
3. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Annual Dance, September 18, 1945
4. Price to Emspak Regarding Local 107 Lester Westinghouse Strikes and Finances, April 4, 1946
5. Price to Emspak Regarding 1946 GE Trials and Strikes, October 1, 1946
6. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 8, 1946
7. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding AFL Pipefitters Inter-union Rivalry, March 31, 1947
8. David Reid to James Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, April 15, 1950
9. Henry Rhine to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, June 8, 1949
10. Abraham Ruzansky to UE Regarding Shop Stewards, November 15, 1946
11. Edward Savitsky to Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 28, 1946
12. Savitsky to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 28, 1946
13. Savitsky to Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, October 28, 1946
14. Savitsky to Matles Regarding Mailing List, September 17, 1953
15. Savitsky to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, December 17, 1953
16-17. Savitsky to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, April 7, 1954
18. Savitsky to Matles Regarding Finances, August 2, 1954
19. Savitsky to Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, March 17, 1955
20. Savitsky to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, April 21, 1955
21. Savitsky to UE News Regarding Membership List, August 16, 1955
22. Savitsky with Chester Times Article "CIO Vote Drive Steps Up at Westinghouse", 1951
23. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Reservations with December 9, 1947, Ray Memo to Nina, December 15, 1947
24. Price to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, June 14, 1949
Folder 53 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1941-1955
1. Otho Small to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 24, 1941
2. Small to UE Regarding UE News, October 8, 1941
3. Albert Thompson to UE News Regarding Rank and File Participation with July 8, 1943, Emspak Letter to David Davis, July 4, 1943
4. Norman Weaber to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 4, 1948
5. Weaber to Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, November 4, 1948
6. George Yaunches to Don Pinkston Regarding Local 107 Lester Westinghouse Strikes, March 25, 1946
7. Yaunches to Pinkston Regarding Publicity, April 2, 1946
8. Yaunches to UE Executive Board Regarding Membership Meeting with Labor Unity Resolution, April 14, 1947
9. Yaunches to UE Regarding Political Action, March 5, 1948
10. Yaunches Regarding Emergency CIO Convention, May 12, 1948
11. Lew Ziegler Telegram to James Matles Regarding National Westinghouse Contracts, October 10, 1955
12. Local Shop Stewards-Guards to All Business Agents and Guard Stewards, May 2, 1947
Folder 54 Local 107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1962-1975
Folder 55 Local 107 General Correspondence, 1957-1958
Folder 56 Local 107 General Correspondence, 1959-1960
Folder 57 Local 107 General Correspondence, 1961-1964
Folder 58 Local 107 General Correspondence, 1962-1977
Folder 59 Local 107 General Correspondence, 1965-1966
Folder 60 Local 107 General Correspondence, 1967-1968
Folder 61 Local 107 John Holmes Incoming Correspondence, 1962-1963
Folder 62 Local 107 Dennis Glavin Incoming Correspondence, 1969-1978
Folder 63 Local 107 Salary and Expense Letters, 1940-1942
1-4. Milton Pancoast, December 26, 1940-February 19, 1941
5-17. Otho C. Small, March 25-December 19, 1941
18. G. Boyd Kline, January 9, 1942
Folder 64 Local 107 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-2. Milton Pancoast, September 6-28, 1938
3. E.P. Hanlon, October 24, 1938
4-8. Pancoast, November 1, 1938-March 2, 1939
9. Receipt #6105 for July-August UE News, March 9, 1939
10-11. Pancoast, March 15-April 1, 1939
12. Receipt #6395, April 13, 1939
13-32. Pancoast, April 14, 1939-January 29, 1940
Folder 65 Local 107 Receipts, 1940
1-2. Milton Pancoast, February 1-March 1, 1940
3. E.P. Hanlon, March 13, 1940
4-14. Pancoast, March 15-August 1, 1940
15. Secretary Evelyn Ache, August 31, 1940
Folder 66 Local 107 Per Capita Reports, 1938-1940
Folder 67 Local 107 Stamps, 1939-1940
Folder 68 Local 107 Shipment Notices, 1939-1940
Folder 69 Local 107 Supply Requisitions, 1939-1940
Folder 70 Local 107 Miscellaneous Financial Correspondence, 1941-1954
1. Memo to Julius Emspak, October 10, 1941
2. Credit/Bill, March 10, 1947
3. McClure and Company Audit, March 31, 1948
4. Emma Memo to Paula, December 15, 1950
5. List, August 26, 1953
6. Ernest Moyer to James Matles, February 26, 1954
7-8. Expenses in UE Local 107, March 2, 1954
Folder 71 Local 107 Financial Correspondence, 1955-1956

Box 6
Folder 1 Local 107 Financial Correspondence, 1956
Folder 2 Local 107 Financial Correspondence, 1956-1957
Folder 3 Local 107 Financial Correspondence, 1959-1978
Folder 4 Local 107 Financial Correspondence, 1979-1980
Folder 5 Local 107 Defense Fund, 1956
Folder 6 Local 107 Strike Finances, 1979-1980
Folder 7 Local 107 Strike Contributions, 1956
Folder 8 Local 107 Strike Contributions, 1956
Folder 9 Local 107 Strike Contributions, 1956
Folder 10 Local 107 Strike, 1971-1979
Folder 11 Local 107 Strike Bulletins and Press Releases, 1955-1956
Folder 12 Local 107 Publicity, 1954
1. James Matles to UE International Representatives with January 29, 1954, Michael Jimenez Route Slip to Matles, January 27, 1954
2. Eleanor Helfand to Matles, January 28, 1954
3. Fannie Memo to Jane, January 28, 1954
4. Emma Memo to Lila, February 2, 1954
5. Emma Memo to Lila, February 3, 1954
6. Emma Memo to Lila, February 4, 1954
7. Emma Memo to Lila, February 8, 1954
Folder 13 Local 107 Miscellaneous Topics, 1944-1951
1. Results of Election of Delegates to UE National Convention, August 8, 1944
2. James Carey to John Sullivan Regarding Carner Case and Anti-Communism, July 15, 1948
3. Report of George Baker Appeal Committee, August 17, 1943
4. Westinghouse Stockholders Meeting Report, April 19, 1950
5. Carey's Catastrophe, 1951
6. Notes, undated
Folder 14 Local 107 News, 1948-1953
1. Local 107 News, November 1948
2. Local 107 News with February 3, 1949, Henry Rhine Letter to James Matles, January 1949
3. Local 107 News, August 1953
Folder 15 Local 107 Organizing Bulletin, April 1950
Folder 16 Local 107 Liberal Press, June 25, 1942
Folder 17 Local 107 Pamphlets, 1944-1952
1. Seniority - The Cornerstone of Your Union, 1944
2. Equal Justice Under Law, 1948
3. National Negotiations, October 3, 1949
4. The Key is Unity, 1952
Folder 18 Local 107 Leaflets, 1946-1953
1. "The Strike is Not Yet Over for 27 UE Members", 1946
2. "An Appeal to Organized Labor", April 15, 1949
3. "We Pledge Our Support", December 1949
4. "Local 107", January 1950
5. "Statement of Policy" with Sympathy Card, August 1950
6. "Stay Together as a UE Team", September 14, 1953
Folder 19 Local 107 Francis Bradley Petition, 1943
Folder 20 Local 107 Retirees' Association, 1962-1986
Folder 21 Local 107 Westinghouse Legislative, 1970-1971
Folder 22 Local 107 Webb v. Westinghouse, 1976-1979

Section: Local 108

Folder 23 Local 108 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1952
1. Julius Emspak to William Bradley Regarding Finances, June 16, 1939
2. Emspak to Local 108 Regarding Supplies, August 14, 1939
3. Emspak to W. Bradley Regarding Supplies, September 19, 1939
4. Emspak to W. Bradley Regarding Supplies, October 20, 1939
5. Emspak to W. Bradley Regarding Supplies, November 6, 1939
6. Emspak to Carl Bersing Regarding Finances, April 17, 1940
7. Emspak Telegram to Cornelius Bradley Regarding Supplies, May 21, 1940
8. Emspak to W. Bradley Regarding Finances, June 14, 1940
9. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Suspensions, July 16, 1940
10. Emspak to James McLeish Regarding Charter Revocation, January 7, 1944
11. Emspak to W. Bradley Regarding Supplies, December 4, 1947
12. Emspak to W. Bradley Regarding Local 108 Gould Battery Strikes, January 24, 1950
13. Emspak to Local 108 Regarding Supplies, February 5, 1951
14. Emspak to Lester Matheny Regarding National Strike Fund, December 3, 1952
15. Emspak to Leroy Drake Regarding Finances, October 21, 1955
16. Albert Fitzgerald to W. Bradley Regarding Anti-Communism, March 1, 1951
17. Fitzgerald to Peter Besch Regarding Anti-Communism, March 1, 1951
18. James Matles Telegram to Block Regarding Suspension, May 21, 1940
19. Matles to Block, June 2, 1941
20. Matles to Besch Regarding Local 108 Collective Bargaining and Factionalism, August 18, 1943
21. Matles to C. Bradley Regarding National Battery Organization, September 3, 1947
22. Matles to C. Bradley Regarding National Battery Organization, January 13, 1949
23. Matles to John Dunn Regarding Finances and Staff Members, December 31, 1952
Folder 24 Local 108 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1952
1. Peter Besch to James Matles Regarding Local 108 Collective Bargaining and the War Labor Board, August 23, 1943
2. Besch to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Anti-Communism, undated
3. William Bradley to Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, November 8, 1938
4. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 30, 1939
5. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 25, 1939
6. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 25, 1939
7. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1939
8. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 27, 1939
9. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 19, 1940
10. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 7, 1940
11. Bradley to Fitzgerald Regarding Anti-Communism with February 17, 1951, Drew Pearson Column from the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, February 28, 1951
12. John Dunn to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 7, 1952
13. Thomas Morrison to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 11, 1939
14. Morrison to Emspak Regarding "Your Union at Work", June 10, 1940
15. Morrison to Emspak Regarding Local 108 Constitutions, January 12, 1943
16. Morrison to Matles Regarding Local 108 Collective Bargaining and Staff Members, August 11, 1943
17. John Paradise to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 30, 1946
Folder 25 Local 108 General Correspondence, 1956-1969
Folder 26 Local 108 General Correspondence, 1970-1979
Folder 27 Local 108 Ira C. Miller Correspondence, 1980
Folder 28 Local 108 Salary and Expense Letters, William Bradley, 1938-1941
Folder 29 Local 108 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-7. William Bradley, September 16, 1938-February 28, 1939
8. Thomas Morrison, March 23, 1939
9-22. Bradley, April 26, 1939-May 22, 1940
23. Morrison, June 14, 1940
24-27. Bradley, June 14-August 13, 1940
Folder 30 Local 108 Per Capita Reports, 1939-1940
Folder 31 Local 108 Stamps, William Bradley, 1939
Folder 32 Local 108 Shipment Notices, William Bradley, 1939-1940
Folder 33 Local 108 Supply Requisitions, William Bradley, 1939-1940
Folder 34 Local 108 Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, 1938-1940
1-3. Delinquency, July 1938
4. Delinquency, October 1938
5. Delinquency, December 1938
6. Delinquency, January and February 1939
7. Delinquency, March and April 1939
8. Delinquency, April and May 1939
9. Delinquency, May 1939
10. Delinquency, August 1939
11. Delinquency, September 1939
12. Delinquency, October 1939
13. Delinquency, November 1939
14. Delinquency, February 1940
15. Suspension, August 1938
16. Suspension, October 1938
17. Suspension, December 1938
18. Suspension, March and April 1939
19. Suspension, May 1939
20. Suspension, November 1939
21. Suspension, February 1940
22. Suspension, April and May 1940
Folder 35 Local 108 Financial Secretary Reports, 1938
Folder 36 Local 108 Financial Correspondence, 1968-1979
Folder 37 Local 108 Strike, 1974-1975
Folder 38 Local 108 710 Forms, 1946-1979
Folder 39 Local 108 Regarding the Battery Industry, 1947
1. James Matles to C.S. Jackson with Matles Letter, August 20, 1947
2. Research Department Memo to Matles, August 18, 1947
Folder 40 Local 108 Regarding Gould Battery Strike, 1949-1950
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, September 19, 1949
2. James McLeish to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 16, 1950

Section: Local 109

Folder 41 Local 109 Officer Lists, 1943-1950
1. Officers, December 6, 1943
2. Officers, August 6, 1946
3. Officers, November 29, 1946
4. Metrie Mills to Julius Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, April 15, 1947
5. Officers, June 21, 1947
6. Officers, March 29, 1948
7. Officers, April 6, 1948
8. Officers, December 22, 1948
9. Herbert Nichol to Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, May 16, 1949
10. Officers, January 16, 1950
Folder 42 Local 109 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1949
1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Mitton Regarding Supplies
2. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Charter, August 26, 1943
3. Emspak to Jack Myers Regarding Supplies, August 26, 1943
4. Emspak to Pierson Regarding Supplies, August 26, 1943
5. Emspak to Leonard Kline Regarding Finances, December 27, 1943
6. Emspak to Mary Werts Regarding Finances, May 17, 1944
7. Emspak to Werts Regarding Finances, June 1, 1944
8. Emspak to Kline Regarding Veterans and Finances, March 19, 1945
9. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances, March 30, 1945
10. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances, April 13, 1945
11. Emspak to Kline Regarding Finances, May 2, 1945
12. Emspak to Mary Agee Regarding Dues With January 20, 1947, Receipt, January 17, 1947
13. Emspak to Arthur Barnes Regarding Finances, March 31, 1947
14. Emspak to James Liberto Regarding Finances, March 31, 1947
15. Emspak to Mary Young Regarding Finances, April 7, 1949
16. James Matles to Liberto Regarding Factionlism in Bendix-Friez, May 23, 1947
Folder 43 Local 109 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1950
1. Peter Besch to James Matles Regarding Organization at Bendix-Friez, August 20, 1943
2. Helen Dunst to UE Regarding Finances, December 26, 1944
3. Leonard Kline to UE Regarding Finances, December 1943
4. Kline to John Cronin Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, April 19, 1944
5. Kline to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, March 12, 1945
6. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry with IAM, March 16, 1945
7. Kline to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 24, 1945
8. James Liberto to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 12, 1945
9. Herbert Nichol to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE, January 20, 1950
10. Mary Werts to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 1944
Folder 44 Local 109 Receipts, 1939-1940
1. John Gormley, December 7, 1939
2. Stanley Swiacki, February 19, 1940
Folder 45 Local 109 Per Capita Reports, February 15, 1940
Folder 46 Local 109 Shipping Notices From Carl Bersing, August 29 and September 11, 1939
Folder 47 Local 109 Supply Requisitions, 1939
1. Harry Block, August 19, 1939
2. Carl Bersing, August 28, 1939

Section: Local 110

Folder 48 Local 110 Officer Lists, 1944-1948
1. Officers, November 1944
2. Officers, April 12, 1948
3. Officers, December 8, 1948
4. Abraham Ruzansky to Julius Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, December 14, 1948
5. James Price to Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, December 15, 1948
6. Officers, December 15, 1948
7. Hazel Heller to UE Regarding Officer Lists, April 15, 1949
8. Officers, May 13, 1949
9. Officers, April 15, 1950
10. Officers, November 20, 1950
11. Officers, February 19, 1951
12. Officers, November 12, 1951
13. Kenneth Chaubaud to UE Regarding Officer Lists, November 12, 1951
14. Officers, February 12, 1952
15. Officers, February 12, 1952
16. Officers, November 18, 1952
17. Officers, December 1, 1952
Folder 49 Local 110 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1957
1. Julius Emspak to Watson Gamelle, June 17, 1939
2. Emspak to Gamelle Regarding Supplies with Statement on Dues, Initiation and 1937-1939 Unemployment Stamps, August 16, 1939
3. Emspak to Gamelle Regarding Finances, October 18, 1939
4. Emspak to Gordon Garnett Regarding Finances, October 18, 1939
5. Emspak to Garnett Regarding Finances, April 17, 1940
6. Emspak to Garnett Regarding Finances, May 16, 1940
7. Emspak to Garnett Regarding Finances, June 11, 1940
8. Emspak to Garnett Regarding Finances, July 3, 1940
9. Emspak to Garnett Regarding Finances, July 12, 1940
10. Emspak to Stanley Oettinger Regarding Finances, April 23, 1940
11. Emspak to Lawrence Pizzella Regarding Mailing List, November 14, 1941
12. Emspak to Oswald Booz Regarding Charter, May 1, 1945
13. Emspak to Gamelle Regarding Finances For Veterans, November 23, 1945
14. Emspak to Charles Michalski Regarding Supplies, June 3, 1947
15. Emspak to Michalski Regarding Finances, March 30, 1948
16. Emspak to Gene Derrickson Regarding Assistance for Local 110 Strike at Global Union, December 12, 1950
17. Janet Barish to Peter Besch Regarding Mailing List, May 1, 1957
Folder 50 Local 110 Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1957
1. Peter Besch to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, October 24, 1945
2. Besch to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, April 29, 1957
4. Mary Cinaglia to L.A. Doughty Regarding Grievances and Dismissals, February 28, 1948
5. Watson Gamelle to UE Regarding Finances, August 22, 1939
6. Gordon Garnett to UE Regarding Finances, December 8, 1939
7. Garnett to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 16, 1939
8. Garnett to UE Regarding Supplies, May 31, 1940
9. Garnett to UE Regarding Per Capita Report, June 16, 1940
10. Garnett to UE Regarding Finances, June 30, 1940
11. Charles Michalski to UE Regarding Local 110 Strike at Carlile and Doughty, May 26, 1947
12. Michalski to UE Regarding Local 110 Officers, July 13, 1949
13. Michalski to UE Regarding Local 110 Officers, July 21, 1949
14. Michalski to UE Regarding Unemployment, August 10, 1949
15. Lawrence Pizella to UE Regarding Mailing List, August 20, 1941
16. James Price to Emspak Regarding Strike at International Harvester, October 14, 1952
17. Price to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, November 24, 1952
18. Abraham Ruzansky to David Ratner Regarding Finances, March 23, 1949
19. Ruzansky to Ratner Regarding Finances, April 18, 1949
20. Ruzansky to Ratner Regarding Finances, April 20, 1949
21. Jennie Wodarski to George Bicket Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1951
22. Wodarski to Booz Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1951
23. Wodarski to Hazel Heller Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1951
24. Wodarski to David Lasky Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1951
25. Wodarski to Francis Philipps Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1951
26. Wodarski to Harold Weidemeyer Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1951
Folder 51 Local 110 Receipts, 1938-1940
1. Watson Gamelle, Receipt #4965, September 20, 1938
2-4. Gamelle, November 3, 1938-January 6, 1939
5. Gamelle with February 9, 1939, Receipt #5045, February 10, 1939
6-15. Gamelle, February 10-November 16, 1939
16-22. Gordon Garnett, November 22, 1939-April 23, 1940
23. Garnett with Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding Payment for UE News and March 1939 Per Capita Report, May 9, 1940
24-27. Garnett, May 20-August 20, 1940
Folder 52 Local 110 Per Capita Reports, April 1939-July 1940

Box 7
Folder 1 Local 110 Supply Requisitions, March 1939-April 1946
Folder 2 Local 110 Notices of Delinquency, February 1939-May 1940
Folder 3 Local 110 Report of Financial Secretary, September 1938-March 1939
Folder 4 Local 110 David Scribner Memo to Janet with Receipt, February 1, 1955

Section: Local 111

Folder 5 Local 111 Officer Lists, 1942-1949
1. William Kirkpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, December 2, 1942
2. Gilbert Reagan to Edward Matthews Regarding Officer Lists, December 7, 1946
3. Executive Board to Matthews Regarding Officer Lists, December 29, 1947
4. Officers, May 20, 1948
5. Officers, July 21, 1948
6. Officers, December 20, 1948
7. Bertrand Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, December 20, 1948
8. Officers, February 23, 1949
9. Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Officer Lists, May 21, 1949
Folder 6 Local 111 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1949
1. William Cahn to Gilbert Reagan Regarding Advertisements, February 20, 1946
2. Julius Emspak to George Hagensick Regarding Finances with Statement on Dues, Initiations and Employment Stamps, August 17, 1939
3. Emspak to Hagensick Regarding Finances, January 5, 1940
4. Emspak to Hagensick Regarding Finances, March 26, 1940
5. Emspak to Hagensick Regarding Supplies, June 14, 1940
6. Emspak to Hagensick Regarding Supplies, July 26, 1940
7. Emspak to William Kirkpatrick Regarding Finances, March 31, 1941
8. Emspak to Kirkpatrick Regarding Russian War Relief, October 7, 1942
9. Emspak to Alfred Meier Regarding Finances for Veterans, July 23, 1945
10. Emspak to Reagan Regarding Funds for Local 111 Westinghouse Strike, May 4, 1946
11. Emspak to Carlton Hooks Regarding Finances with Insured Parcel Notice, January 17, 1947
12. Emspak to Hooks Regarding Local 111 Officers, April 23, 1947
13. Emspak to Ralph Gumbert Regarding Local 111 Officers, January 29, 1948
14. James Matles to Reagan Regarding Supplies, March 18, 1946
15. Matles to Gumbert Regarding Organization Committee for GE Strike, December 1, 1947
16. Edward Matthews to Bertrand Hoffman Regarding Factionalism and Westinghouse Contracts, May 27, 1949
17. Matthews to Hoffman Regarding Factionalism and the Westinghouse Conference Board, June 7, 1949
18. A.L. Sokal to Local 111 Officers Regarding Article 19 Violation, May 19, 1949
19. Incoming Correspondence Envelopes, 1949
Folder 7 Local 111 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. Charles Daly to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 24, 1938
2. Ralph Gumbert to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 111 Officers, April 2, 1947
3. Gumbert to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 15, 1948
4. George Hagensick to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 26, 1939
5. Hagensick to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 23, 1939
6. Hagensick to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 10, 1939
7. Hagensick to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 23, 1940
8. Hagensick to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 29, 1940
9. Hagensick to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 24, 1940
10. Bertrand Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Local 111 Officers, April 9, 1949
11. Hoffman to Emspak Regarding Local 111 Officers, May 2, 1949
12. Hoffman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism with the Westinghouse Conference Board, May 21, 1949
13. William Kirkpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1941
14. Kirkpatrick to Emspak Regarding Russian War Relief, September 30, 1942
15. Kirkpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 14, 1943
16. Kirkpatrick to Emspak Regarding Local 111 Officers, May 11, 1943
17. Alfred Meier and Leo Peirce to Emspak Regarding Local 111 Constitution, January 3, 1940
18. Peirce to Emspak Regarding People's Press, September 14, 1938
19. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 11, 1938
20. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 16, 1939
21. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 13, 1939
22. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 28, 1939
23. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 29, 1939
24. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 3, 1939
25. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Finances and UE News, December 14, 1939
26. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 8, 1940
27. Peirce to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 17, 1940
28. Peirce to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention, August 15, 1946
Folder 8 Local 111 Outgoing Correspondence, 1945-1949
1. Gilbert Reagan to Edward Matthews Regarding Advertisements and Strikes at GE and Westinghouse, February 7, 1946
2. Reagan to Matthews Regarding Supplies, March 6, 1946
3. Executive Board to James Matles Regarding Organization of Philadelphia GE, November 24, 1947
4. Executive Board to Matthews Regarding Factionalism and the Westinghouse Conference Board, June 3, 1949
5. Financial Secretary to UE Regarding Supplies, July 5, 1945
Folder 9 Local 111 Correspondence, 1966-1971
Folder 10 Local 111 Salary and Expense Letters, George Hagensick, May-October 1941
Folder 11 Local 111 Receipts, 1938-1939
1. Leo Perice, September 16, 1938
2. George Hagensick, September 16, 1938
3. Peirce with Receipt #5171, October 10, 1938
4-8. Hagensick, October 17, 1938-January 13, 1939
9-10. Peirce, January 17-February 14, 1939
11. Hagensick with March 3, 1939, Receipt #6134, February 15, 1939
12. Hagensick, March 15, 1939
13. Peirce, March 30, 1939
14. Hagensick with Receipt #6396, April 14, 1939
15. Hagensick, April 15, 1939
16. Peirce, April 26, 1939
17-19. Hagensick, May 16-July 18, 1939
20. Peirce, April 26, 1939
21-23. Hagensick, August 16-November 1, 1939
24. Peirce, November 6, 1939
25. Hagensick with Receipt #8258, November 22, 1939
26-27. Hagensick, November 22-December 4, 1939
28. Peirce, December 18, 1939
Folder 12 Local 111 Receipts, 1940
1-2. George Hagensick, January 11-12, 1940
3. Hagensick with January 19, 1940, Receipt #8768, January 19, 1940
4-6. Hagensick, February 14-April 17, 1940
7. Hagensick with April 22, 1940, Receipt #9701, April 22, 1940
8. Hagensick, May 16, 1940
9. Hagensick with Receipt #9983, May 20, 1940
10. Hagensick, June 14, 1940
11. Hagensick with July 1, 1940, Receipt #10342, July 1, 1940
12. Hagensick, July 10, 1040
13. Hagensick with July 19, 1940, Receipt #10568, July 19, 1940
14. Hagensick, August 19, 1940
15. Leo Peirce, September 19, 1940
Folder 13 Local 111 Per Capita Reports, 1938-1940
1-10. Per Capita Report, September 1938-june 1939
11. Per Capita Report with Form, July 11, 1939
12. Per Capita Report with August 14, 1939, Form, August 13, 1939
13. Per Capita Report with Form, September 12, 1939
14-16. Per Capita Report, September-November 1939
17-24. Per Capita Report with Form, November 1939-July 1940
19. Per Capita Report with Form, February 11, 1940
25. Per Capita Report, August 14, 1940
Folder 14 Local 111 Supply Requisitions, 1938-1940
5. Harry Block, October 30, 1939
Folder 15 Local 111 Stamps, 1939
1. Harry Block, November 1, 1939
2. George Hagensick, November 22, 1939
Folder 16 Local 111 Shipment Notices, Harry Block, November 1, 1939
Folder 17 Local 111 Notices of Delinquency, September 1939
Folder 18 Local 111 Report of Financial Secretary, September 14, 1938-June 13, 1939
Folder 19 Local 111 Credit Bills, September 9, 1938-August 25, 1939
Folder 20 Local 111 Warning Notices, October 22, 1969
1. Jos A. Adomaitis, October 22, 1969
2. Edw. Amoroso, October 22, 1969
3. Wayne M. Baggett, October 22, 1969
4. Ronald L. Bessetti, October 22, 1969
5. Eugene F. Boris, October 22, 1969
6. Lynol Bourgeois, October 22, 1969
7. Charles M. Brothman, October 22, 1969
8. Gerard J. Bulger
9. Matthew C. Calabria, October 22, 1969
10. Anthony Carrado, October 22, 1969
11. Joseph Catania, October 22, 1969
12. Victor C. Cerst, Jr., October 22, 1969
13. Kenneth W. Chew, October 22, 1969
14. Joseph R. Clifford, October 22, 1969
15. Arthur W. Conkright, October 22, 1969
16. Joseph J. Costa, October 22, 1969
17. Donald Covello, October 22, 1969
18. David L. Crawford, October 22, 1969
19. Louis E. Cropper, October 22, 1969
20. Anthony F. Czekanski, October 22, 1969
21. Gerald Davis, October 22, 1969
22. Ronald S. Dixon, October 22, 1969
23. Harold C. Dunn, October 22, 1969
24. Joseph F. Esposito, October 22, 1969
25. Rocco Ferrante, October 22, 1969
26. Frank Fillman, October 22, 1969
27. William M. Fischer, October 22, 1969
28. Russell J. Freiling, October 22, 1969
29. Arthur P. Gallagher, October 22, 1969
30. Robert D. Gatti, October 22, 1969
31. Raymond D. Geary, October 22, 1969
32. Edward J. Giannascoli, October 22, 1969
33. Edward Grabarski, October 22, 1969
34. Ronald Gramiak, October 22, 1969
35. Carl Green, October 22, 1969
36. Charles R. Greenan, October 22, 1969
37. Theodore Gross, October 22, 1969
38. John J. Grzib, October 22, 1969
39. James L. Gushue, October 22, 1969
40. Phillip L. Haines, October 22, 1969
41. Ralph W. Hargreaves, October 22, 1969
42. Albert Helmes, October 22, 1969
43. Francis Hess, October 22, 1969
44. Ronald Holt, October 22, 1969
45. Richard E. Holmes, October 22, 1969
46. Arthur C. Hopson, October 22, 1969
47. Francis J. Huber, October 22, 1969
48. Joseph W. Hughes, October 22, 1969
49. Donald A. Hummel, October 22, 1969
50. Ramiro Jimenez, October 22, 1969
51. Richard H. Junkerman, October 22, 1969
Folder 21 Local 111 Warning Notices, October 22, 1969
1. John M. Kirsch, October 22, 1969
2. Richard C. Krumin, October 22, 1969
3. Geo. L. Lemons, October 22, 1969
4. Wm. J. Madden, October 22, 1969
5. Stephen F. Marty, October 22, 1969
6. George A. Mauger, October 22, 1969
7. James A. McClintock, October 22, 1969
8. Martin D. McClinton, October 22, 1969
9. Joseph F. McCowan, October 22, 1969
10. Jas. E. McCown, October 22, 1969
11. Alfred F. Miller, October 22, 1969
12. Dominic J. Miriello, October 22, 1969
13. Alan W. Montgomery, October 22, 1969
14. Frank M. Morgan, October 22, 1969
15. Lawrence J. Moses, October 22, 1969
16. Dan J. Neel, October 22, 1969
17. Lenord E. Nicholson, October 22, 1969
18. Jas. A. Paisley, October 22, 1969
19. Dorance J. Patterson, October 22, 1969
20. Albert B. Peters, October 22, 1969
21. Anthony G. Pologruto, October 22, 1969
22. Gene E. Raffensperger, October 22, 1969
23. Fremont R. Robeson, October 22, 1969
24. Alonzo F. Robinson, October 22, 1969
25. John Romolini, October 22, 1969
26. Frank Rubbs, October 22, 1969
27. Russell Rubbs, October 22, 1969
28. Terrence P. Sack, October 22, 1969
29. Christian Shinn, October 22, 1969
30. William J. Shoemaker, October 22, 1969
31. James Sickels, October 22, 1969
32. Harry C. Simpkins, Jr., October 22, 1969
33. Michael T. Sitter, October 22, 1969
34. Harry Starnes, October 22, 1969
35. Ronald C. Stiles, October 22, 1969
36. Lloyd N. Strock, October 22, 1969
37. Nicholas T. Test, October 22, 1969
38. Albert L. Thomas, October 22, 1969
39. Robert L. Thompson, October 22, 1969
40. James Valloreo, October 22, 1969
41. Donald W. Vance, October 22, 1969
42. Frank P. Varsaci, October 22, 1969
43. Edw. L. Walker, October 22, 1969
44. Roy E. Weidenmoyer, October 22, 1969
45. Harry E. Wicks, October 22, 1969
46. Joseph T. Winner, October 22, 1969
47. Thomas E. Wise, October 22, 1969
Folder 22 Local 111 Warning Notices, October 29, 1969
1. John J. Adamaitis, October 29, 1969
2. Robt. E. Ade, October 29, 1969
3. Fredk. M. Barker, October 29, 1969
4. Jos. M. Broderick, October 29, 1969
5. Richard F. Bruns, October 29, 1969
6. John N. Bucceri, Jr. October 29, 1969
7. Adrian Buyser, Jr., October 29, 1969
8. Robt. J. Cants, October 29, 1969
9. Gerald S. Chandler, October 29, 1969
10. Robt. Cheeseman, October 29, 1969
11. Joseph F. Cirillo, October 29, 1969
12. Nelson A. Collins, October 29, 1969
13. Louis J. Conte, October 29, 1969
14. Norman Craig, October 29, 1969
15. Peter R. Daraio, October 29, 1969
16. Michael T. DeLuccia, October 29, 1969
17. Paul L. Densten, October 29, 1969
18. Santino (Sam) DiGiacomo, October 29, 1969
19. Stephen L. Dixon, October 29, 1969
20. Alexander M. Farley, October 29, 1969
21. Robert Feller, October 29, 1969
22. David C. Fischer, October 29, 1969
23. George Fortune, October 29, 1969
24. Thos. E. Garrett, October 29, 1969
25. Jos. A. Gaylord, Jr., October 29, 1969
26. Carlton B. Giberson, October 29, 1969
27. Jas. A. Grasso, October 29, 1969
28. John J. Grasso, October 29, 1969
29. Mitchell J. Gray, October 29, 1969
30. Donald E. Haines, October 29, 1969
31. Paul J. Hartig, October 29, 1969
32. Robt. P. Hartzell, October 29, 1969
33. James E. Helveston, October 29, 1969
34. Geo. E. Hoban, October 29, 1969
35. R. Stephen Holmes, October 29, 1969
36. Wm. G. Ifill, October 29, 1969
37. Jos. A. Kendall, October 29, 1969
38. Robt. O. Kline, October 29, 1969
Folder 23 Local 111 Warning Notices, October 29, 1969
1. Thos. Lanute, October 29, 1969
2. Walter B. Little, Jr., October 29, 1969
3. Ivan R. Lloyd, October 29, 1969
4. Saml. L. Long, October 29, 1969
5. Wm. R. Lynn, October 29, 1969
6. Raymond J. Mancinelli, October 29, 1969
7. Gene J. Martinelli, October 29, 1969
8. Henry Matousch, October 29, 1969
9. Bob F. Moore, October 29, 1969
10. James E. Moore October 29, 1969
11. Wm. Moore October 29, 1969
12. Albert J. Morrone, October 29, 1969
13. Edw. J. Nasser, October 29, 1969
14. Jos. R. Natale, October 29, 1969
15. Fred E. Neumann, October 29, 1969
16. Carl H. Nicholson, October 29, 1969
17. Herbert J. Nolan, October 29, 1969
18. Michael J. Nolan, October 29, 1969
19. Thos. A. Oatman, October 29, 1969
20. John G. O'Brien, October 29, 1969
21. Anthony J. Passalaqua, October 29, 1969
22. Paul J. Passalaqua, October 29, 1969
23. Raymond E. Pieri, October 29, 1969
24. Harry Richartz, October 29, 1969
25. Rice Rives, October 29, 1969
26. Juan R. Rodriguez, October 29, 1969
27. Franklin I. Shanks, October 29, 1969
28. Chas. W. Shubert, October 29, 1969
29. Jas. F. Sickels, Jr., October 29, 1969
30. Irving L. Smith, October 29, 1969
31. Robt. E. Spicer, October 29, 1969
32. Harold Taylor, October 29, 1969
33. Wendell W. Theriault, October 29, 1969
34. Harry C. Trunell, III, October 29, 1969
35. Frank L. Willis, October 29, 1969
36. H. Walter Wooden, Jr., October 29, 1969
37. Macy P. Wright, Jr., October 29, 1969
38. Peter G. Zizak, October 29, 1969
Folder 24 Local 111 Warning Notices, October 27, 1969
1. Ernest T. Bodine, October 27, 1969
2. John Hartner, October 27, 1969
3. John H. Summers, October 27, 1969
4. Howard Williams, October 27, 1969
Folder 25 Local 111 Warning Notices, December 1, 1969
1. Carmen L. Dottoli, December 1, 1969
2. Wm. W. Owens, December 1, 1969
3. Bruno F. Rakowski, December 1, 1969
Folder 26 Local 111 Court Affidavits, Johns-Manville Products Corporation vs. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America Local 111, 1969
Folder 27 Local 111 Johns-Manville Strike, 1970-1971

Section: Local 112

Folder 28 Local 112 Officers Lists, November 12, 1944-1949
Folder 29 Local 112 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1946
1. Harry Block to Ruth Ratan Regarding Factionalism and the War Labor Board, November 30, 1943
2. Julius Emspak to George Breiner Regarding Supplies, January 4, 1939
3. Emspak to Mamie Puziene Regarding Unemployment, January 17, 1939
4. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Unemployment, February 16, 1939
5. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Finances, April 20, 1939
6. Emspak to Local 112 Regarding Finances, June 26, 1939
7. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Labor Education, August 22, 1939
8. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Finances, April 18, 1940
9. Emspak to Hilda Shuck Regarding Supplies and Unemployment, April 30, 1940
10. Emspak to Shuck Regarding Supplies, May 23, 1940
11. Emspak to Shuck Regarding Finances and Mailing List, October 14, 1940
12. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Mailing List and Finances, November 1, 1940
13. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Finances, August 15, 1941
14. Emspak to Breiner Regarding Inter-union Relations, June 23, 1941
15. Emspak to Ernest Moyer Regarding War Labor Board, December 2, 1943
16. Emspak to Ratan Regarding War Labor Board Contracts at Local 112 Magnetic Winding, December 2, 1943
17. Emspak to Florence Ricker Regarding Finances and Staff Finances, April 3, 1944
18. Emspak to Peter Besch Regarding Finances, November 15, 1944
19. Emspak to Ricker Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 10, 1945
20. Emspak to Shuck Regarding Veterans and Finances, March 28, 1946
21. Harry Jones to Mac Levitt Regarding War Labor Board, October 21, 1942
22. Jack McDonough to Breiner Regarding Organization at Metropolitan Hinge, October 9, 1942
23. David Scridner to Mac Levitt Regarding National Labor Relations Board, October 29, 1942
24. A.N. Townsen to Ricker Regarding Wages, April 4, 1944
Folder 30 Local 112 Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1945, undated
1. Peter Besch to Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, November 29, 1944
2. George Breiner to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24, 1939
3. George Breiner to UE Regarding Supplies, August 1, 1939
4. George Breiner to UE Regarding Labor Education, August 18, 1939
5. George Breiner to Emspak Regardng Finances, August 18, 1939
6. George Breiner to James Matles Regarding "Your Union at Work", May 10, 1940
7. Frank Breiner to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 19, 1940
8. Frank Breiner to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, October 22, 1940
9. Frank Breiner to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Mailing List, January 20, 1941
10. Frank Breiner to Matles Regarding Organization in Easton and Collective Bargaining at Local 112, April 23, 1941
11. Frank Breiner to Emspak Regarding UE News and Finances, July 23, 1941
12. Frank Breiner to Emspak Regarding Local 451 and Withdrawal Cards with June 9, 1943, Emspak Letter to John McDonough, May 19, 1943
13. Sam Goldberg to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, February 24, 1944
14. Mac Levitt to Harry Jones Regarding War Labor Board, October 22, 1942
15. Levitt to Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Metropolitan Hinge, October 28, 1942
16. Jack McDonough to Harry Block Regarding Organization at Metropolitan Hinge, October 22, 1942
17. Carl Re to Jerold Mooney Regarding Reservations
18. Florence Ricker to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, February 3, 1944
19. Ricker to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, Wages, and Contracts at Local 112 with February 10, 1944, Norma Gould Letter to Carl Bersing, February 8, 1944
20. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, February 13, 1944
21. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Wages, Classifications, and Staff Finances, March 1944
22. Ricker to T. Neill Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 2, 1945
Folder 31 Local 112 Outgoing Correspondence 1943
1. Ruth Ratan to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, Factionalism, and Contracts at Local 112, November 29, 1943
2. Ratan to UE Regarding Membership Meeting, December 5, 1943
Folder 32 Local 112 Salary/Expense Letters, 1941
1. Hilda Schuck, February 18, 1941
2. Viola Feltman, August 19, 1941
Folder 33 Local 112 Receipts, 1938-1939
1-3. Mamie Puziene, September 23-November 18, 1938
4. George Breiner, December 21, 1938
5-7. Puziene, January 13-March 21, 1939
8. Breiner, April 20, 1939
9. Puziene, April 20, 1939
10. Puziene, with June 21, 1939, Receipt #6960, June 22, 1939
11-17. Puziene, June 26-December 8, 1939
Folder 34 Local 112 Receipts,
1. George Breiner, January 15, 1940
2. Mamie Puziene, January 24, 1940
3. Breiner with Application for Trade Union Facts, February 26, 1940
4. Puziene, February 26, 1940
5-6. Hilda Schuck, March 25-April 18, 1940
7. Breiner, May 14, 1940
8-12. Schuck, May 16-August 4, 1940
13. Breiner, August 20, 1940
Folder 35 Local 112 Per Capita Reports, September 13, 1938-August 2, 1940
Folder 36 Local 112 Supply Requisitions, George Breiner, 1938-1940
Folder 37 Local 112 Stamps, 1938-1939
1. George Breiner, December 20, 1938
2. Mamie Puziene, April 21, 1939
3. Breiner, August 4, 1939
Folder 38 Local 112 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1938-1940
1. Delinquency, August 1938
2. Delinquency, September 1938
3. Delinquency, November 1938
4. Delinquency, December 1938
5. Delinquency, February 1939
6. Delinquency, May 1939
7. Delinquency, June 1939
8. Delinquency, September 1939
9. Delinquency, December 1939
10. Delinquency, January 1940
11. Delinquency, February 1940
12. Suspension, March 1, 1939
13. Suspension, May 4, 1939

Section: Local 113

Folder 39 Local 113 Officers Lists, December 5, 1946-July 18, 1949
Folder 40 Local 113 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1944
1. Julius Emspak to Thomas Kirby Regarding Finances, January 16, 1939
2. Emspak to Kirby Regarding Supplies, January 31, 1939
3. Emspak to Kirby Regarding Supplies, March 15, 1939
4. Emspak to Local 113 Regarding Supplies, June 29, 1939
5. Emspak to Local 113 Regarding Supplies, August 14, 1939
6. Emspak to Kirby Regarding Finances, September 19, 1939
7. Emspak to Kirby Regarding Supplies, April 10, 1939
8. Emspak to Kirby Regarding Finances and Mailing List, October 14, 1940
9. Emspak to Clara Henkel Regarding Supplies, May 27, 1943
10. Emspak to Al Hartnett Regarding David Seley, January 18, 1944
11. Emspak to Hartnett Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 10, 1945
12. Emspak to Walter Mieloch Regarding Finances, July 13, 1945
13. Emspak to Hartnett Regarding Finances, September 24, 1945
14. Emspak Telegram to Joseph Kelley Regarding Contracts, GE and Wages, March 15, 1946
15. Emspak to Hartnett Regarding Strike at Local 113 Exide and Factionalism, April 16, 1946
16. Emspak to Mieloch Regarding Finances, September 10, 1946
17. Emspak to Philip Van Gelder Regarding PAC, March 17, 1948
18. Emspak to C.J. Harkins Regarding Finances, July 25, 1949
19. Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Officers at Local 113, October 15, 1942
20. Fitzgerald to Robert Davidson Regarding Officers at Local 113, October 19, 1942
21. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Hartnett Regarding Executive Board Meeting, December 23, 1943
22. Fitzgerald to Joseph Kelley Regarding Executive Board Meeting, January 31, 1944
23. Fitzgerald Telegram to Kelley Regarding Executive Board Meeting, February 1, 1944
Folder 41 Local 113 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1949
1. Secretary of James Matles Telegram to Robert Davidson Regarding Appointment, May 26, 1943
2. Matles to S.W. Rolph Regarding Grievances and Local 113 Contract at Exide, May 28, 1943
3. Matles to Robert Davidson Regarding Local 113 Strike at Exide, June 10, 1943
4. Matles to Davidson Regarding Grievances and Local 113 Strike at Exide, June 15, 1943
5. Matles to Davidson Regarding National Labor Relations Board Elections, the Battery Industry and Organization Efforts at Fahralloy Canada Limited and General Dry Battery, August 24, 1943
6. Norma Gould to Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board Elections and Willard Storage Battery, August 25, 1943
7. Matles to Davidson Regarding Local 113 Strike at Exide with Draft #1 and Draft #2, September 27, 1943
8. Matles Telegram to Joseph Kelley Regarding Appointments, February 25, 1948
9. Matles Telegram to James Price Regarding Appointments, February 25, 1948
10. Matles to Kelley Regarding Organization at Exide in Chicago, Wages, Safety, Arbitration, and Classifications, March 20, 1948
11. Matles to Kelley Regarding Collective Bargaining at Exide, October 8, 1948
12. Matles to Kelley Regarding Exide in Kansas City and Fairfield and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers at Exide, December 6, 1948
13. Matles to Albin Hartnett Regarding Coordinated Bargaining at Exide with October 19, 1948, Lee Lundgren Letter to Matles, January 27, 1949
14. Matles to Kelley Regarding Incentive Pay and Wages, April 29, 1949
15. Secretary of Matles to Kelley, July 27, 1949
16. Matles to Kelley Regarding Exide in Atlanta, August 19, 1949
17. J.B. Nyn to Davidson Regarding Wages, May 5, 1943
18. Rolph to Carl Bersing Regarding Strike at Exide and Local 113 Discipline, June 24, 1943
Folder 42 Local 113 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. Harry Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 27, 1939
2. Neil Brant Telegram to James Matles, March 12, 1941
3. Brant Telegram to Matles, March 24, 1941
4. Robert Davidson Postcard to UE Regarding Supplies, January 1940
5. Davidson Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Officers at Local 113, October 15, 1942
6. Davidson to Matles Regarding Contract at Exide and Local 113, October 15, 1942
7. Davidson to Matles Regarding Strike at Exide and Local 113 with Robert Davidson Letter, August 6, 1943
8. Davidson to Emspak Regarding Officers at Local 113, November 10, 1943
9. D.P. Gallagher to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 1938
10. Gallagher to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 7, 1938
11. Gallagher to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 1939
12. Albin Harnett to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Grievances and the No-Strike Pledge, December 21, 1943
13. Harnett to Emspak Regarding David Seleg with January 18, 1944, Emspak Letter to Russ Nixon, January 14, 1944
14. Harnett to Fitzgerald Regarding Aulitiution, February 23, 1944
15. Harnett to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 4, 1945
16. Harnett to Lee Lundgen Regarding Grievances and Overtime, May 18, 1946
17. Harnett to Emspak Regarding Local 113 Strike at Exide, April 2, 1946
18. Harnett to Emspak Regarding Local 113 Contract at Exide, July 20, 1948
19. Harnett to Matles Regarding Local 113 Collective Bargaining at Exide, January 12, 1949
20. Harnett to Fitzgerald Regarding Arbitration, February 23, 1944
21. Harnett to Emspak Regarding Local 113 Strike at Exide, September 6, 1943
22. Clara Henkel to Emspak Regarding Supplies and the Women's Auxiliary, May 24, 1943
23. Joseph Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Seniority and Veterans, August 18, 1944
24. Kelly to Matles Regarding Organization and Wages at Exide in Atlanta, July 22, 1949
25. W.E. Nyce Telegram to Matles Regarding Appointment, May 29, 1943
26. Local 113 Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Grievances, January 17, 1949
Folder 43 Local 113 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1948
1. Thomas Kirby to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1938
2. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 1939
3. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 4, 1939
4. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 4, 1939
5. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 6, 1939
6. Kirby to UE, March 21, 1939
7. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 3, 1939
8. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 9, 1939
9. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 12, 1939
10. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 7, 1939
11. Kirby to UE Regarding Finances, August 24, 1939
12. Kirby to UE Regarding Finances, September 3, 1939
13. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 22, 1939
14. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 23, 1939
15. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 1, 1939
16. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 14, 1939
17. Kirby to UE Regarding Supplies, December 7, 1939
18. Kirby to UE Regarding Supplies, December 21, 1939
19. Kirby to Emspak, February 6, 1940
20. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 3, 1940
21. Kirby to UE Regarding Supplies, May 26, 1940
22. Kirby to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 16, 1940
23. Kirby to UE Regarding Supplies, August 5, 1940
24. Kirby to UE, n.d.
25. Walter Mieloch to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 12, 1945
26. James Price to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 29, 1947
27. Price to Emspak Regarding Wages, Guards, and Finances, February 13, 1948
Folder 44 Local 113 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. William Toner to Julius Emspak Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, October 6, 1938
2. Philip Van Gelder to Emspak Regarding PAC with Receipts, March 1, 1948
3. Van Gelder to Emspak Regarding PAC with Receipts, March 19, 1948
4. Van Gelder to Emspak Regarding Officers at Local 113, July 20, 1949
Folder 45 Local 113 Salary/Expense Letters, Thomas Kirby, May 1941
Folder 46 Local 113 Receipts, 1938-1940
1. Daniel P. Gallagher, September 16, 1938
2. William E. Toner, October 10, 1938
3-5. Gallagher, October 11-November 8, 1938
6-8. Thomas Kirby, December 10, 1938-January 13, 1939
9. Gallagher, January 26, 1939
10-30. Kirby, February 7, 1939-August 8, 1940
Folder 47 Local 113 Per Capita Reports, December 6, 1938-August 5, 1940
Folder 48 Local 113 Supply Requisitions, November 11, 1938-July 17, 1940
Folder 49 Local 113 Stamps, Thomas Kirby, June-November 1939
Folder 50 Local 113 Shipment Notices, Thomas Kirby, 1938-1940
Folder 51 Local 113 Report of Financial Secretary, September-November 6, 1938
Folder 52 Local 113 Credit Bills, Thomas Kirby, January 11, 1939
Folder 53 Local 113 Exide Strike, 1943
1. Unsigned Memo Regarding War Labor Board, January 21, 1943
2. R.C. Norberg to UE, January 26, 1943
3. Carl Bersing to James Matles Regarding Grievances with February 23, 1943, Robert Davidson Letter to Wallace Nyce and February 27, 1943, S.W. Rolph Letter to Davidson, March 9, 1943
4. Bersing to Matles Regarding Grievances with Summary of Bersing's Meeting with Exide, March 12, 1943
5. Matles Telegram to George Taylor Regarding War Labor Board, March 10, 1943
6. Rolph to Matles Regarding Wages and the Wage Stabilization Board with March 10, 1943, Rolph Letter to Max Malin, March 15, 1943
7. C.C. Block to Norberg, March 25, 1943
8. Norberg to Matles Regarding Local 113 Contract at Exide, May 27, 1943
9. Work Stoppage Report for Department 40, Submarine Assembly, May 26, 1943
10. Memo, May 26, 1943
11. Rolph to Matles Regarding Local 113 Contracts at Exide, May 27, 1943
12. Work Stoppage Report for Department 10, Receiving, May 28, 1943
Folder 54 Local 113 Exide Strike, 1943
1. Carl Bersing to James Matles, June 14, 1943
2. Bersing to Matles with June 16, 1943, Local 113 Letter to All Members and a Statement of Procedure, June 21, 1943
3. Bersing to Matles with June 16, 1943, Local 113 Letter to Rolph and a Statement of Procedure, June 25, 1943
4. Eleanor Holden to Bersing, September 28, 1943
5. Bersing to Holden, September 29, 1943
6. Procedure of Local 113, n.d.
Folder 55 Local 113 Miscellaneous, 1946, n.d.
1. Julius Emspak Telegram to George Boyle, et al., September 7, 1946
2. Federated Press Clipping, n.d.
Folder 56 Local 113 Newspapers, Exide Booster, April 1942-February 1943
Folder 57 Local 113 Newspapers, Volts, February 1940-December 1940
Folder 58 Local 113 Newspapers, Volts, February 1941-January 1942
Folder 59 Local 113 Newspapers, Volts, January 1942-August 1942
Folder 60 Local 113 Leaflets, 1943
1. "To All Members of Local 113", June 16, 1943
2. "For All Battery Workers", August 1943

Section: Local 114 (Lancaster)

Folder 61 Local 114 (Lancaster) Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Julius Emspak to Clarence Good Regarding Finances, September 13, 1938
2. Emspak to Good Regarding Unemployment and Finances, February 16, 1939
3. Emspak to M.B. Gangwer Regarding Finances, March 1, 1939
4. Emspak to Gangwer Regarding Supplies, March 3, 1939
5. Emspak to Gangwer Regarding Finances, August 16, 1939
Folder 62 Local 114 (Lancaster) Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Harry Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 1, 1938
2. M.B. Gangwer to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1938
3. Clarence Good to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 29, 1938
4. Good to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 21, 1939
Folder 63 Local 114 (Lancaster) Receipts, 1938-1939
1-3. Clarence A. Good, September 22, 1938-January 25, 1939
4-8. M.B. Gangwer, February 27-July 21, 1939
Folder 64 Local 114 (Lancaster) Per Capita Reports, June 7-June 19, 1939
Folder 65 Local 114 (Lancaster) Supply Requisitions, M.B. Gangwer, May 2, 1939
Folder 66 Local 114 (Lancaster) Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1938-1939
1. Delinquency, July 1, 1938
2. Delinquency, September 1938
4. Delinquency, October & November 1938
5. Delinquency, March 1939
6. Delinquency, April 1939
7. Delinquency, May 1939
8. Delinquency, July 1939
9. Suspension, December 20, 1938
10. Suspension, June 20, 1939
Folder 67 Local 114 (Lancaster) Report of Financial Secretary, September 19, 1938-February 17, 1939

Section: Local 114 (Philadelphia)

Folder 68 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Officers Lists, June 28, 1944-June 3, 1945
Folder 69 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. Julius Emspak to Marshall Regarding Finances, October 13, 1943
2. Emspak to Francis White Regarding Local 114 Officers, May 3, 1944
3. Emspak to Industrial Relations Director of Bendix Aviation Regarding Staff Members, May 29, 1944
4. Emspak to Carl Bersing Regarding Staff Finances, May 31, 1944
5. Emspak to J.P. Cameron Regarding Staff Members, with June 1, 1944, R.G. Kremer Letter to UE, June 9, 1944
6. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Supplies, July 31, 1944
7. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Staff Finances, August 1, 1944
8. Emspak to Cameron Regarding 1944 UE Convention, August 7, 1944
9. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Veterans and Finances, August 10, 1944
10. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Veterans and Finances, October 9, 1944
11. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Supplies, November 13, 1944
12. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Finances, December 29, 1944
13. Emspak to Lester Kiriloff Regarding Collective Bargaining at Bendix Local 114 in Philadelphia, February 8, 1945
14. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Staff Finances, February 20, 1945
15. Emspak to Peter Besch Regarding Finances and Unemployment, May 22, 1945
16. Emspak to Edward O'Brian Regarding 1945 UE Convention, June 11, 1945
17. Emspak to Cameron Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 18, 1945
18. Ray Klauser, Secretary of Emspak, to Cameron Regarding Finances, July 24, 1945
19. Klauser, Secretary of Emspak, to White Regarding Finances, July 24, 1945
20. Klauser, Secretary of Emspak, to Cameron Regarding Finances, August 14, 1945
21. Edward Matthews to Cameron Regarding Incentive and Wages, May 1, 1944
22. Matthews to Cameron Regarding Incentive and Wages, August 15, 1944
23. J. Welsh to Local 114 Regarding Finances, November 20, 1944
Folder 70 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. Charles Abbott Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Appointment, January 20, 1945
2. Peter Besch to Julius Emspak Regarding Grievances and Dues, May 28, 1945
3. Harry Block to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 19, 1944
4. James Cameron to Emspak Regarding Leaves of Absence, May 23, 1944
5. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Finances and 1944 UE Convention, July 18, 1944
6. Cameron to Emspak Regarding 1944 UE Convention, July 29, 1944
7. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Finances with July 31, 1944, Cameron Letter to Besch, July 31, 1944
8. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and 1944 UE Convention, August 2, 1944
9. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Grievances, August 2, 1944
10. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Finances and Veterans, September 18, 1944
11. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 2, 1944
12. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 18, 1944
13. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Local 114 Officers, June 6, 1945
14. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 14, 1945
15. Cameron to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 17, 1945
16. Lester Kinloff to Emspak Regarding Local 114 Collective Bargaining at Bendix Aviation in Philadelphia, February 1, 1945
17. George Marshall to Emspak Regarding UE News and Publicity with January 14, 1944, Emspak Letter to Francis White, January 3, 1943
18. Marshall to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 15, 1944
Folder 71 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. O.J. Moussette to Emspak Regarding Local 114 Future Plans, February 26, 1946
2. Edward O'Brien to Emspak Regarding 1945 UE Convention, June 7, 1945
3. Francis White to Emspak Regarding Finances and Supplies, April 29, 1944
4. White to Emspak Regarding Merger of Locals 141 and 142 and Expulsions at Local 114, January 15, 1945
Folder 72 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Supply Requisitions, Carl Bersing, October 5, 1943
Folder 73 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Credit Bill, UE, May 18, 1944
Folder 74 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Miscellaneous, 1943, 1946
1. Charter, October 13, 1943
2. Ledger Sheet, December 22, 1944-February 8, 1946
3. Setmour Linfield Letter to Fred Stoeffler, July 18, 1946
Folder 75 Local 114 (Philadelphia) Organization Drive, 1943, n.d.
1. Eleanor Holden Memo to Julius Emspak, October 1, 1943
2. Holden and Emspak to Carl Bersing, October 1, 1943
3. Peter Besch to Emspak, October 8, 1943
4. Emspak Telegram to Bersing and Besch, October 11, 1943
5. Emspak to Bersing, October 12, 1943
6. Emspak to Harry Block, October 13, 1943
7. Emspak to Besch, October 13, 1943
8. James Cameron to Richard Frankensteen, October 25, 1943
9. Emspak to Besch, November 6, 1943
10. Besch to Emspak, November 12, 1943
11. Emspak to Besch, November 15, 1943
12. Agreement, n.d.
Folder 76 Local 114 (Philadelphia) James Cameron Leave of Absence, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to the Industrial Relations Director at Bendix Aviation, June 8, 1945
2. R.G. Kremer to Emspak, June 11, 1945
3. Emspak to Kremer, September 12, 1945

Section: Local 114 (Wilkes-Barre)

Folder 77 Local 114 (Wilkes-Barre) Outgoing Correspondence, 1952-1954
1. Jack Holmes to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, September 5, 1952
2. Holmes to James Matles Regarding Seniority, Rate Reviews, Unemployment, and Inter-union Rivalry with IUE, June 29, 1953
3. Holmes to Emspak Regarding Runaway Shops, January 9, 1954
4. Thomas Roberts to UE Regarding Finances, December 17, 1952
5. Roberts to UE Regarding Supplies, June 18, 1953
Folder 78 Local 114 (Wilkes-Barre) Miscellaneous Finances, Charter, September 8, 1952

Section: Local 115

Folder 79 Local 115 Officers Lists, January 1943-January 1947
Folder 80 Local 115 Membership Lists, August 5, 1940
Folder 81 Local 115 Membership Resolution Regarding Military Training, 1944
Folder 82 Local 115 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1947
1. Joe Dermody Telegram to E.F. Sweeney Regarding Local 115 Contract with GE in York and the War Labor Board, April 7, 1944
2. Dermody Telegram to R.J. Raffensberger Regarding Grievances, July 29, 1944
3. Dermody to Raffensberger Regarding Grievances, Speed-Up, and Wages, August 16, 1944
4. Julius Emspak to Carl Bersing Regarding Finances, December 7, 1938
5. Emspak to Louis Lehn Regarding Finances, December 15, 1938
6. Emspak to Lehn Regarding Finances, February 4, 1939
7. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Finances, July 26, 1940
8. Emspak to Block Regarding Finances, August 13, 1940
9. Emspak to R.M. Bucher Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
10. Emspak to D.M. Black Regarding Mailing List, March 20, 1941
11. Emspak to Black Regarding Mailing List, June 20, 1941
12. Secretary of Emspak to Bucher Regarding Maintenance of Membership, October 1, 1942
13. Emspak to Bucher Regarding Overtime and Maintenance of Membership, October 28, 1942
14. Emspak to Bucher Regarding Guards, November 13, 1942
15. Emspak to Bucher Regarding Guards and Maintenance of Membership, November 25, 1942
16. Secretary of Emspak to Bucher, January 12, 1943
17. Emspak to Bucher Regarding Guards, Grievances, and Overtime, January 19, 1943
18. Emspak to Ernest Garner Regarding Hours, March 10, 1943
19. Emspak to Garner Regarding Reservations, March 11, 1943
20. Emspak to Garner Regarding Wages and Incentive, April 23, 1943
21. Ray Klauser, Secretary of Emspak, to Garner Regarding Fair Employment Practices Commission and National Negro Congress, June 15, 1943
22. Emspak to Edwin Larkin Regarding National Youth Training Plan, December 7, 1944
23. Emspak to J. Bowman Regarding Finances and Veterans, May 7, 1945
24. Emspak to D.M. Black Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 4, 1946
25. Emspak to Black Regarding Finances, September 17, 1946
26. Emspak to Black Regarding Finances, January 21, 1947
Folder 83 Local 115 Incoming Correspondence, 1943, 1945
1. Leo Jandreau to J.T. Wilt Regarding GE Athletic Association, June 30, 1943
2. Jandreau to R.M. Bucher Regarding Overtime, August 25, 1943
3. Jandreau to Sterling Sharp Regarding Seniority, November 11, 1943
4. Jandreau to E.G. Garner Regarding Local 115 Banquet, November 22, 1943
5. Adeline Goldsteine, Secretary of Joseph Turkowski, to J.K. Bowman Regarding Reservations, March 18, 1945
Folder 84 Local 115 Outgoing Correspondence, 1941-1948
1. D.M. Black to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 1941
2. Black to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, March 1941
3. Black to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 1941
4. Black to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 1941
5. Black to UE Regarding Finances, January 15, 1947
6. Harry Block Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 13, 1940
7. Block to Emspak Regarding Local 115 Banquet, November 23, 1942
8. J.K. Bowman Telegram to Joe Dermody Regarding Reservations, March 17, 1945
9. Ralph Bucher to Emspak Regarding Dues with List of Non-Dues Payers, October 30, 1942
10. Bucher Telegram to Emspak Regarding Guards, November 13, 1942
11. Bucher to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Dues, November 23, 1942
12. Bucher to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with American Federation of Labor, Grievances, and Overtime, with January 5, 1943, Newspaper Clipping, January 8, 1943
13. Bucher to Emspak Regarding Overtime and Grievances, March 22, 1943
14. Bucher to Leo Jandreau Regarding Grievances, Overtime and GE Athletic Association, August 14, 1943
15. Bucher Telegram to Emspak Regarding Overtime, October 28, n.d.
16. Ernest Garner to Emspak, February 15, 1943
17. Garner to Emspak Regarding Hours, February 27, 1943
18. Garner to Emspak Regarding Reservations, March 10, 1943
19. Garner to UE Regarding Wages and Incentive, April 22, 1943
20. Garner to Emspak Regarding Fair Employment Practices Commission, June 6, 1943
21. Garner to Jandreau Regarding Local 115 Elections for Officers, November 17, 1943
22. Louis Lehr to Emspak Regarding Unemployment Compensation and Finances, April 12, 1939
23. Sterling Sharp to Jandreau Regarding Seniority, October 29, 1943
24. E.F. Sweeney Telegram to Emspak Regarding Contract at GE York, April 7, 1944
25. J.H. Weidemann to UE Regarding Finances, May 11, 1948
26. J.T. Wilt Regarding GE Athletic Association, June 29, 1943
Folder 85 Local 115 Salary and Expense Letters, 1940-1942
1. R.M. Bucher, December 13, 1940
2-6. D.M. Black, August 19, 1941-January 9, 1942
Folder 86 Local 115 Receipts, 1938-1940
1. R.M. Bucher, August 26, 1940
2-5. Louis Lehn, September 12, 1938-March 7, 1939
Folder 87 Local 115 Supply Requisitions, March 3, 1939-August 19, 1940
Folder 88 Local 115 Per Capita Reports, September 5, 1938-June 10, 1939
Folder 89 Local 115 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1938
1. Delinquency, July 1938
2. Delinquency, September 1938
3. Suspension, October 20, 1938
Folder 90 Local 115 Strike, 1944
1. Philip Murray Telegram to Julius Emspak, August 7, 1944
2. D.L. Hutchins Telegram to Emspak, August 9, 1944
3. Emspak Telegram to Philip Murray, August 10, 1944
4. Joe Dermody Memo to Albert Fitzgerald, August 16, 1944

Section: Local 116

Folder 91 Local 116 Officers Lists, November 22, 1946-April 8, 1948, n.d.
Folder 92 Local 116 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1945
1. Joseph Abbott to Nathan Feinsinger Regarding Local 116 Contract at Brown Instrument and the War Labor Board, June 23, 1943
2. Janet Barish to William Bateman Regarding Finances, May 29, 1944
3. Alvin Biscoe to J.P. Gallagher Regarding War Labor Board, December 23, 1942
4. Julius Emspak to Paul Straus Regarding Supplies, November 25, 1938
5. Emspak to Frank Kipp Regarding Finances, February 28, 1939
6. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Unemployment, June 14, 1939
7. Emspak to William McLain Regarding Supplies, April 5, 1939
8. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Supplies, June 8, 1939
9. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Unemployment, June 14, 1939
10. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Finances, August 8, 1939
11. Emspak to Local 116 Regarding Finances, October 4, 1939
12. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Finances, October 18, 1939
13. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Finances, October 28, 1939
14. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Supplies, February 8, 1940
15-16. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Finances, April 17, 1940
17. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Mailing List, October 16, 1940
18. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1941
19. Emspak to Mary Lovell Regarding Mailing List, October 20, 1941
20. Emspak to Kipp Regarding Mailing List, December 15, 1941
21. Emspak to Adam Tait Regarding Withdrawals, October 29, 1942
22. Emspak to H.W. Leidig Regarding Change of Address, March 15, 1943
23. Emspak to William McLain Regarding Local 116 Officers, April 16, 1943
24. Emspak to William Winters Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 1, 1945
25. Emspak to Winters Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 7, 1945
26. Emspak to Winters Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 28, 1945
27. Emspak to McLain Regarding Finances, September 24, 1945
28. Carl Schedler to Gallagher Regarding War Labor Board and Local 116 Contract at Brown Instrument, July 6, 1943
Folder 93 Local 116 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1948
1. William Bateman to UE Regarding Officers and Local 116, December 27, 1943
2. Bateman to UE Regarding Finances, May 22, 1944
3. Carl Bersing to James Matles Regarding War Labor Board and Wages, July 14, 1943
4. Harry Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, August 12, 1939
5. Neil Brant Memo to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, June 29, 1943
6. Frank Kipp to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, February 9, 1940
7. Kipp to UE Regarding Finances, Unemployment, and Maytag Defense Fund, February 24, 1939
8. Kipp to UE Regarding Fiannces, April 8, 1940
9. Kipp to UE Regarding Finances, June 5, 1939
10. Kipp to UE Regarding Supplies, August 9, 1939
11. Kipp to UE Regarding Supplies, August 29, 1939
12. Kipp to UE Regarding Mailing List, October 6, 1941
13. Kipp to UE Regarding Supplies, October 17, 1939
14. Kipp to UE Regarding Mailing List, November 28, 1941
15. H.W. Leidig to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 1942
16. Mary Lovell Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 21, 1941
17. William McClain to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 2, 1939
18. McClain to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 2, 1939
19. McClain to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 2, 1939
20. McClain to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 21, 1940
21. McClain to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 10, 1940
22. William Murray to UE Regarding Local 116 Officers, April 7, 1943
23. Donald Price to UE Regarding Supplies, September 24, 1938
24. James Price Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 116 Strike at Brown Instrument, June 1, 1948
Folder 94 Local 116 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1945
1. Paul Straub to UE Regarding Supplies, November 22, 1938
2. Straub to UE Regarding Supplies and Finances, December 5, 1938
3. Adam Tait to Julius Emspak Regading UE Constitution, October 24, 1942
4. A.S. Tunez to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 16, 1939
5. Tait to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 26, 1939
6. William Winters to Emspak Regarding Finances and Veterans with Membership Slip, April 24, 1945
7. Winters to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 26, 1945
Folder 95 Local 116 Salary/Expense Letters, Frank Kipp, December 26, 1940-December 19, 1941
Folder 96 Local 116 Receipts, Frank Kipp, September 28, 1938-October 28, 1939
Folder 97 Local 116 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-7. Frank Kipp, November 6, 1939-April 10, 1940
8. Kipp, with April 12, 1940, Receipt #9612 April 17, 1940
9-13. Kipp, May 10-August 5, 1940
14. William McClain, June 12, 1940
15. P.W. Straub, December 6, 1938
Folder 98 Local 116 Per Capita Reports, November 8, 1938-July 29, 1940
Folder 99 Local 116 Supply Requisitions, September 13, 1938-February 26, 1940
Folder 100 Local 116 Stamps, Frank Kipp, October 19, 1939
Folder 101 Local 116 Shipment Notices, 1938-1940
1. Paul W. Straub, November 30, 1938
2-4. Frank Kipp, March 27, 1939-March 4, 1940
Folder 102 Local 116 Notices of Delinquency, November-December 1938
Folder 103 Local 116 Report of Financial Secretary, October 4, 1938
Folder 104 Local 116 Miscellaneous, 1937-1939, 1947
1. Statement on Dues, Initiation and Unemployment Stamps, April 15, 1937-June 5, 1939
2. Kathy Memo to Paula Regarding Bonding, November 6, 1947
Folder 105 Local 116 A.S. Tunez Case, May 1943
1. A.S. Tunez to the Members of Local 116, May 4, 1943
2. Tunez to Julius Emspak, May 7, 1943
3. Emspak to Carl Bersing, May 11, 1943
4. Bersing to Emspak, May 14, 1943
5. Emspak to Bersing, May 25, 1943
6. Emspak to Tunez, May 25, 1943
Folder 106 Local 116 War Labor Board Case, 1942-1943
1. Harry Block to Russ Nixon, September 22, 1942
2. Neil Brant to Block, October 20, 1942
3. Brant to Block, February 2, 1943
4. Brant to James Matles, February 3, 1943
Folder 107 Local 116 Strike, 1948
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, June 1, 1948
2. Report of Strike, June 1, 1948

Section: Local 117

Folder 108 Local 117 Officers Lists March 1944-October 1949
Folder 109 Local 117 Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Stensky Regarding Finances, October 6, 1943
2. Emspak to Stensky Regarding Supplies, October 6, 1943
3. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Supplies, October 6, 1943
4. Emspak to Stensky Regarding Monthly Reports, December 31, 1943
5. Emspak to Howard Hattler Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 6, 1945
6. Emspak to Walter Verrill Regarding Finances, November 14, 1946
7. Emspak to Verrill Regarding Finances, November 20, 1946
8. Emspak to Hattler Regarding Amalgamations, April 10, 1947
9. Emspak to Verrill Regarding Finances, March 25, 1948
10. Emspak to Verrill Regarding Finances, April 29, 1948
11. Emspak to Lawrence Phillips Regarding Taft-Hartley and Non-Communist Affidavits with November 28, 1949, Emspak Letter to Henry Rhine, November 28, 1949
12. Emspak to Philip Van Gelder Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with International Association of Machinists, February 6, 1950
13. Albert Fitzgerald to John Hopkins Regarding Local 117 Supplies and Constitution, November 30, 1943
Folder 110 Local 117 Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1950
1. Howard Hattler to UE Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 26, 1945
2. Hattler to Clifford McAvoy Regarding UE Political Action Committees with September 10, 1945, McAvoy Memo to Julius Emspak, September 1945
3. Hattler to Emspak Regarding UE Political Action Committees, November 24, 1946
4. Hattler to Emspak Regarding Amalgamations, April 7, 1947
5. Clarence Hogencamp to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, May 22, 1948
6. John Hopkins to Joseph Stensky Regarding Local 117 Supplies and Constitutions, November 23, 1943
7. Hopkins to Stensky Regarding Supplies, December 20, 1943
8. Lawrence Phillips to Emspak Regarding Suspensions, Local 117 Officers and Factionalism, November 1-23, 1949
9. Phillips to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley and Non-Communist Affidavits, November 26, 1949
10. Phillips to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with the International Association of Machinists, January 31, 1950
11. Stensky to Emspak Regarding Charter, October 4, 1943
12. Stensky to Emspak Regarding Local 117 Officers, October 21, 1943
13. Stensky to Emspak Regarding Local 117 Officers, November 22, 1943
14. Stensky to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 27, 1943
15. Stensky to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 28, 1943
16. Stensky to UE Regarding Supplies, December 1943
17. Stensky to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, December 1943
18. Walter Verrill to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 18, 1946

Section: Local 118

Folder 111 Local 118 Officers Lists, May 23, 1944 and March 1947
Folder 112 Local 118 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1945
1. Julius Emspak to Matthew Tamborello Regarding Supplies and Unemployment, October 21, 1938
2. Emspak to Tamborello Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1938
3. Emspak to Tamborello Regarding Supplies, November 28, 1938
4. Emspak to Tamborello Regarding Unemployment Stamps, December 30, 1938
5. Emspak to Tamborello Regarding Unemployment and Supplies, January 30, 1939
6. Emspak to Tamborello Regarding Supplies with Initiation Stamps Statement, August 16, 1939
7. Emspak to Local 118 Regarding Finances, August 28, 1939
8. Emspak to Tamborello Regarding Supplies, September 20, 1939
9. Emspak to Martin O'Grady Regarding Finances, October 30, 1939
10. Ruth Shubert, Secretary of Emspak, Regarding Mailing List, November 10, 1944
11. Emspak to Marganta MacMichael Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 23, 1945
12. Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 118 Constitution, April 6, 1943
13. A.N. Towsen to Lillian Turner Regarding Wages and Wire Industry, January 19, 1944
Folder 113 Local 118 Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1948
1. Joseph England to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 24, 1939
2. Margarita MacMichael to Emspak Regarding Veterans, July 6, 1945
3. Martin O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Veterans, September 27, 1939
4. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1939
5. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 4, 1939
6. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 30, 1939
7. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 28, 1940
8. O'Grady to UE Regarding Supplies, March 17, 1940
9. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 27, 1940
10. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Strike and Finances at Air King Radio, July 28, 1940
11. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Membership, January 16, 1941
12. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 13, 1941
13. O'Grady to Emspak Regarding Address Changes, October 17, 1941
14. James Price to Emspak Regarding UE Political Action Committees, October 24, 1947
15. Mary Reichart to UE Regarding 1948 UE Convention Delegates, 1948
Folder 114 Local 118 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1944
1. Matthew Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, January 20, 1938
2. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, September 14, 1938
3. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 4, 1938
4. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 18, 1938
5. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Defense Fund, October 18, 1938
6. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, October 24, 1938
7. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 26, 1938
8. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 25, 1938
9. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Local 118 Unemployment and Constitutions, February 1, 1939
10. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Local 118 Unemployment and Consitutions, February 6, 1939
11. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 23, 1939
12. Tamborello Postcard to UE Regarding Supplies, April 24, 1939
13. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 28, 1939
14. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 17, 1939
15. Tamborello to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, August 29, 1939
16. Lillian Turner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Shop Stewards, April 3, 1939
17. Turner to Emspak Regarding Local 118 Constitution, March 29, 1943
18. Turner to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and Local 118 Wages and Contract at Philadelphia Insulated Wire, January 1944
19. Turner to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and UE News, March 15, 1944
20. Turner to Emspak Regarding Local 118 Banquet, November 6, 1944
Folder 115 Local 118 Salary/Expense Letters, Martin O'Grady, December 26, 1940-October 28, 1941
Folder 116 Local 118 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-10. Matthew Tamborello, September 16, 1938-February 24, 1939
11. Joseph England, March 27, 1939
12. Tamborello, March 27, 1939
13. Lillian Turner, April 6, 1939
14-19. Tamborello, May 2-August 29, 1939
20-32. Martin J. O'Grady, October 2, 1939-August 5, 1940
Folder 117 Local 118 Per Capita Reports, September 26, 1938-July 30, 1940
Folder 118 Local 118 Supply Requisitions, 1938-1939
1-2. Matthew Tamborello, November 15-28, 1938
3. Lillian Turner, April 5, 1939
4. Tamborello, April 28, 1939
Folder 119 Local 118 Stamps, Matthew Tamborello, November 21, 1938-September 13, 1939
Folder 120 Local 118 Credit Bills, October 1938
1. UE, October 21, 1938
2. Matthew Tamborello, October 31, 1938

Section: Local 119

Folder 121 Local 119 Officers Lists, November 13, 1943-September 15, 1950
Folder 122 Local 119 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. William Cahn to John Brennan Regarding Veterans, February 6, 1946
2. Joseph Dermody to Clayton Dechant Regarding Grievances, November 11, 1946
3. Dermody Telegram to Louis Blazik Regarding Grievances, n.d.
4. Dermody Telegram to P.A. Lavelle Regarding Factionalism
5. Julius Emspak to Carl Bersing Regarding Finances, October 28, 1938
6. Emspak to William Hetrick Regaring Finances with Statement on Unemployed, Dues, and Initiation Stamps, August 17, 1939
7. Emspak to Walter Mugford Regarding Finances with December 12, 1939, Reserve of Local 119, December 12, 1939
8. Emspak to Wilson Renwick Regarding Finances and Organization at GE in Philadelphia, March 25, 1940
9. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Supplies, March 26, 1940
10. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Supplies, April 9, 1940
11. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Supplies, July 19, 1940
12. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Finances, August 15, 1940
13. Emspak to Milton Seiner Regarding UE News, August 21, 1940
14. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
15. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
16. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
17. Emspak to Renwick Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
18. Secretary of Emspak to Local 119 Executive Board Regarding Wages, September 30, 1942
19. Emspak to Seiner Regarding Second Front, October 22, 1942
20. Emspak to Seiner Regarding Local 119 Officers, October 22, 1942
21. Emspak to William Hood Regarding Second Front, November 24, 1942
22. Emspak to Seiner Regarding Organization at GE in Trenton, December 21, 1942
23. Emspak to Seiner Regarding William Hood Case, January 4, 1943
24. Emspak to C.A. Shoemaker Regarding Membership Meeting, February 25, 1943
25. Emspak to Shoemaker Regarding Farmer's Educational and Co-operative Union of America, May 6, 1943
26. Secretary of Emspak to Henry Rhine Regarding White Collar Workers, October 28, 1943
27. Secretary of Emspak to J.J. Lyons Regarding White Collar Workers, October 28, 1943
28. Emspak to Bersing Regarding White Collar Workers with December 30, 1943, Lyons Letter to Emspak, November 29, 1943
29. Emspak to Lyons Regarding White Collar Workers, December 2, 1943
30. Secretary of Emspak to Lyons Regarding White Collar Workers, January 5, 1944
31. Emspak to Rhine Regarding White Collar Workers with December 30, 1943, Lyons Letter to Emspak, January 6, 1944
32. Emspak to Lyons Regarding White Collar Workers, January 12, 1944
33. Emspak to William Buchanan Regarding Finances, July 5, 1944
34. Emspak to Louis Blazik Regarding Finances and Dues, October 3, 1944
35. Emspak to Walter Schandein Regarding Veterans and Finances, February 16, 1945
36. Emspak to Blazik Regarding Organizations and Finances, September 19, 1945
37. Emspak to Dechant Regarding Local 119 Strike at GE, March 7, 1946
38. Emspak to Thomas O'Connor Regarding Supplies, July 9, 1946
39. Emspak to Lavelle Regarding Membership Meeting, March 5, 1947
40. Emspak to Lavelle Regarding Membership Meeting, March 6, 1947
41. Emspak to Francis Scannell Regarding Finances, August 7, 1947
42. Emspak to Buchanan Regarding Finances, March 30, 1948
43. Emspak to Lavelle Regarding Finances, May 17, 1948
44. Emspak to Lavelle Regarding Organization and Finances, June 29, 1948
45. Secretary of Albert Fitzgerald to Seiner Regarding Local 119 Anniversary Ball, December 28, 1942
46. Fitzgerald to Seiner Regarding Local 119 Anniversary Ball, January 5, 1943
47. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Shoemaker Regarding Membership Meeting, June 3, 1943
48. Fitzgerald to Shoemaker Regarding Membership Meeting, June 28, 1943
49. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Rhine, July 6, 1943
50. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Seiner, July 6, 1943
51. Secretary of Fitzgerald to Rhine, July 27, 1943
52. Fitzgerald to Blazik Regarding Membership Meeting, August 17, 1946
53. Fitzgerald to Edward Houchins, January 20, 1948
54. Fitzgerald to Houchins Regarding UE Factionalism and Inter-union Rivalry, November 18, 1949
55. Eleanor Holden, Secretary of Leo Jandreau, to Shoemaker, July 23, 1943
56. Jandreau to Shoemaker Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, July 26, 1943
57. Jandreau to Rhine Regarding Unemployment and War Production Board, August 17, 1943
58. Jandreau to Shoemaker Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, August 20, 1943
59. Jandreau to Lyons Regarding Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians, White Collar Workers and Inter-union Rivalry, October 2, 1943
60. Jandreau to Rhine Regarding Wages and Millwrights with GE Rates, November 19, 1943
61. Jandreau to Linwood Ford Regarding War Labor Board, Wages, and Pattern Makers, November 30, 1943
62. Jandreau to Rhine Regarding Membership Meeting, December 2, 1943
63. Jandreau to Patrick Doherty Regarding War Labor Board and Pattern Makers, January 12, 1944
64. Jandreau to Ford Regarding Goals and Wages, February 16, 1944
65. Jandreau to Ford Regarding War Manpower Commission with February 23, 1944, G.H. Pfeif Letter to Jandreau and Jandreau Letter to Pfeif, February 25, 1944
66. Secretary of Jandreau to Blazik Regarding Wages, March 2, 1944
67. Jandreau to Blazik Regarding War Labor Board, Pattern Makers, and Wages, March 2, 1944
68. James Matles to Bersing Regarding Supplies and Finances, May 5, 1938
69. Norma Gould, Secretary of Matles, to Rhine Regarding Local 119 Constitution, February 3, 1943
70. Matles to Seiner Regarding Wages and Grievances, October 5, 1942
71. Matles to Seiner, November 6, 1942
72. Matles to Lavelle Regading Organization, November 28, 1947
73. Matles to Seiner Regarding Local 119 Anniversary Ball, January 20, 1943
74. Matles to Shoemaker Regarding Membership Meeting, February 25, 1943
75. Joseph Turkowski to Blazik Regarding Grievances, September 6, 1944
Folder 123 Local 119 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. Carl Bersing to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Maintenance of Membership, June 2, 1944
2. Louis Blazik Telegram to Emspak Regarding 1943 UE Convention, September 3, 1943
3. Blazik to Leo Jandreau Regarding Wages, February 9, 1944
4. Blazik to Jandreau Regarding War Labor Board, Grievances, Wages, and Patternmakers with Docket #741, February 10, 1944
5. Blazik to Jandreau Regarding Grievances and Wages with Jandreau Letter to Joseph Dermody and March 3, 1944, Henry Rhine Letter to Jandreau, March 4, 1944
6. Blazik to Emspak Regading GE Contract and No-Strike Pledge with GE Welches, May 3, 1944
7. Blazik to Dermody Regarding Grievances, August 9, 1944
8. Blazik to Emspak Regarding Dues, September 25, 1944
9. Blazik to Dermody Regarding Staff Members, August 25, 1945
10. Blazik to Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, September 12, 1945
11. Blazik to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Wages, September 20, 1945
12. Blazik to Dermody Regarding Wages, November 29, 1945
13. Blazik to Joseph Turkowski Regarding Telephone, March 22, 1946
14. Blazik to Fitzgerald Regarding Anti-Communism and Factionalism, August 14, 1946
15. John Brennan to Tom Neil Regarding Veterans, February 1946
16. William Buchanan to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 1, 1944
17. Buchanan Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 18, 1949
18. Buchanan Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 21, 1949
19. David Davis to Emspak Regarding Political Action, August 6, 1943
20. Al Facone to Emspak Regarding UE Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, December 16, 1949
21. Linwood Ford to Jandreau Regarding Runaway Shops, Wages, and Grievances, November 4, 1943
22. Ford to UE Regarding Guards and Wages, February 9, 1944
23. Ford to Philip Murray Regarding Taft-Hartley and General Strike, May 12, 1949
24. William Hetrick to UE Regarding Finances, September 30, 1938
25. Hetrick to UE Regarding Finances, October 10, 1938
26. Hetrick to UE Regarding Supplies, January 20, 1939
27. Hetrick to UE Regarding Finances, March 1, 1939
28. Hetrick to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 29, 1939
29. Hetrick to UE Regarding Supplies, August 22, 1939
30. William Hood to Emspak Regarding Second Front with Resolution, August 27, 1942
31. Hood to UE News Regarding Second Front, November 20, 1942
32. Edward Houchins to Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, January 13, 1948
33. Houchins to All Officers, Executive Board Members and Shop Stewards Regarding Annual Banquet, January 13, 1948
34. Jandreau to W.R. Borrows Regarding Unemployment and War Production Board with September 14, 1943, Borrows Letter to Emspak, October 8, 1943
35. P.A. Lavelle Telegram to Emspak Regarding 1946 Trials, November 16, 1946
36. Lavelle to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 20, 1947
37. Lavelle to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 6, 1947
38. Lavelle to James Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, November 19, 1947
39. Lavelle to Emspak Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, May 14, 1948
40. John Lyons to UE Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with the Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists and Technicians and White Collar Workers, October 27, 1943
41. Lyons to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, November 9, 1943
42. Lyons to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, December 30, 1943
43. Jack McDonough to Matles Regarding Organization at GE in Trenton, October 22, 1942
44. Vincent McLaughlin to Emspak Regarding Unemployment with April 11, 1949, Resolutions on Unemployment and Wage Increases & the Shorter Work Week, April 13, 1949
45. McLaughlin to Emspak Regarding Anti-Communism and 1949 UE Convention, October 20, 1949
46. Walter Mugford to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 26, 1939
47. Mugford to Nathan Geller Regarding Finances, February 8, 1940
48. Mugford to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 5, 1939
49. Thomas O'Connor to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, July 3, 1946
50. O'Connor to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 6, 1946
51. Nelson Renwick to Emspak Regading Finances, March 14, 1940
52. Renwick to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Supplies, April 1940
53. Renwick to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 21, 1940
54. Renwick to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 9, 1940
55. Renwick Telegram to UE Regarding Supplies, June 10, 1940
56. Renwick to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 28, 1940
57. Renwick to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Supplies, July 19, 1940
58. Renwick to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 9, 1940
59. Rhine to Matles Regarding Corruption and White Collar Workers, January 25, 1943
60. Rhine to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 119 Constitution, January 25, 1943
61. Rhine to Matles Regarding Local 119 Constitution, February 2, 1943
62. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Local 119 Constitution, Socialist Labor Party, and Cafeteria Workers with February 1, 1943, Program for Employees in the Cafeteria and Kitchen of the General Motors Plant, February 11, 1943
63. Rhine to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, February 24, 1943
64. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Organization of Goods and Cafeteria Workers, February 26, 1943
65. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, William Hood Case, and Anti-Communism, March 5, 1943
66. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Local 119 Officer Elections and Factionalism with Election Results, March 11, 1943
67. Rhine to Matles Regarding Organization, Time Study, and Wages with the Results after Four Weeks of the Drive and March 23, 1943, Report of the Third Week of the Drive, March 29, 1943
68. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Membership Meeting, March 31, 1943
69. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Organization, Factionalism, War Labor Board, and Patternmakers, April 2, 1943
70. Rhine to Matles Regarding Organization and Grievances with 1943 Progress Report on First Three Months and Plans for the Next Three Months, April 2, 1943
Folder 124 Local 119 Outgoing Correspondence, 1942-1949
1. Harry Rhine to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Grievances with April 2, 1943, C.A. Shoemaker Letter to Executive Board Members, April 5, 1943
2. Rhine to James Matles Regarding Check-off, April 3-5, 1943
3. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Local 119 Grievances, April 27, 1943
4. Rhine to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Organization, and Major Grievances, April 28, 1943
5. Rhine to Matles Regarding Organization with May 4, 1943, Report and Recommendations, May 5, 1943
6. Rhine to Leo Jandreau and Emspak Regarding Factionalism, June 14, 1943
7. Rhine to Matles Regarding Organization and Factionalism with a Comparison of Local 119 Per Capita Reports for the First Six Months of 1943 and 1942 and a Draft of a Declaration of Policy for UE Local 119, June 17, 1943
8. Rhine to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, June 17, 1943
9. Rhine to Matles Regarding Local 119 Factionalism, Grievances, and Constitution, June 17, 1943
10. Rhine to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 119 Contstitution, Factionalism, and Anti-Communism, July 2, 1943
11. Rhine to Matles Regarding Local 119 Factionalism, Women, and Constitution, July 5, 1943
12. Rhine to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 119 Constitution with Draft of Some of the Changes Made in Local 119's Constitution; a Reply to Charges by Seiner and Local 119 Officers in Their Letter of June 30, 1943; and "GE Workers" Leaflet, July 16, 1943
13. Rhine to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 119 Officer Elections and Factionalism, July 23, 1943
14. Rhine to Matles Regarding Local 119 Elections, Factionalism, Afro-Americans, and Anti-Communism, July 23, 1943
15. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Grievances, July 24, 1943
16. Rhine to Matles Regarding 1943 UE Convention, August 3, 1943
17. Rhine to Matles Regarding Grievances, August 3, 1943
18. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Grievances, August 3, 1943
19. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Unemployment, War Labor Board, and Grievances, August 23, 1943
20. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Local 119 Contract at GE, August 23, 1943
21. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Local 119 Unemployment, War Production Board, Contracts at GE and Turnover, August 31, 1943
22. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Elections, and Local 119 Officers with "Check the Record of all Candidates" and "Here is Your Chance!" Leaflets, October 3, 1943
23. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, October 13, 1943
24. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Grievances, November 6, 1943
25. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Millwrights, Wages, and War Labor Board, November 13, 1943
26. Rhine to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, November 30, 1943
27. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Shop Stewards Meeting, November 30, 1943
28. Rhine to Jandreau Regarding Stewards, January 6, 1944
29. Rhine to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 3, 1944
30. Francis Scannell to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 18, 1947
31. Scannell to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 5, 1947
32. Walter Schandein, Jr. Regarding Supplies, January 12, 1945
33. Milton Seiner to UE News Regarding Mailing List, August 1940
34. Seiner to Thomas Wright Regarding Second Front, September 30, 1942
35. Seiner Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 119 Officers, October 17, 1942
36. Seiner to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Organization, October 26, 1942
37. Seiner to Emspak Regarding Local 119 Anniversary Ball with Two Tickets, December 24, 1942
38. Seiner to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 119 Anniversary Ball, December 24, 1942
39. Seiner to Matles Regarding Supplies, December 31, 1942
40. Seiner to Emspak Regarding William Hood Case and Factionalism, January 12, 1943
41. Seiner to Emspak Regarding Women, Factionalism, and Anti-Communism, March 9, 1943
42. Seiner to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, July 1, 1943
43. C.A. Shoemaker to Emspak Regarding Address Correction, January 23, 1943
44. Shoemaker to Emspak Regarding Local 119 Contract and GE Arbitration, February 9, 1943
45. Shoemaker to Philip Murray Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, February 11, 1943
46. Shoemaker to Emspak Regarding Organization, February 23, 1943
47. Shoemaker to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, March 3, 1943
48. Shoemaker to Emspak Regarding Farmer's Educational and Co-operative Union of America, April 26, 1943
49. Shoemaker to All Stewards Regarding Stewards Council and Organization, April 29, 1943
50. Shoemaker to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting and Organization, May 17, 1943
51. Shoemaker to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, June 26, 1943
52. Shoemaker to All Stewards Regarding Local 119 Constitution, June 1943
53. Shoemaker to Jandreau Regarding Grievances, July 21, 1943
54. Shoemaker to Jandreau Regarding Stewards Council, July 22, 1943
55. Shoemaker to UE Regarding No-Strike Pledge with Resolution, August 4, 1943
56. Shoemaker to Jandreau Regarding Stewards Council and White Collar Workers, August 13, 1943
57. Shoemaker to Jandreau Regarding Stewards Council and White Collar Workers, August 19, 1943
58. Shoemaker to All Stewards Regarding Stewards Meeting, August 1943
59. Philip Van Gelder to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Convention with Two Slate Cards, July 12, 1949
60. Local 119 Executive Board to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, June 30, 1943
61. Executive Board to Emspak Regarding Wages, September 30, 1943
62. Local 119 Member to UE Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, February 1947
Folder 125 Local 119 Salary/Expense Letters, William Renwick, Decembre 13, 1940-December 1, 1941
Folder 126 Local 119 Receipts, 1938-1940
1-15. William Hetrick, October 8, 1938-January 4, 1940
16-26. Wilson Renwick, January 15-August 12, 1940
27. Renwick with Receipt #10918, August 20, 1940
28. UE Local 119, August 31, 1940
Folder 127 Local 119 Per Capita Records, September 30, 1938-August 8, 1940
Folder 128 Local 119 Supply Requisitions, 1937-1940
1. William Howard, October 6, 1937
2. J. Patterson, January 27, 1938
3. William Renwick, August 12, 1938
4-5. William Hetrick, February 2-March 2, 1939
6-7. Walter Mugford, December 29, 1939
8. Edward Nevins with Memo Regarding Order, March 5, 1940
9. Mugford, May 20, 1940
10-14. Renwick, June 9-August 27, 1940
Folder 129 Local 119 Stamps, 1938-1940
1-2. William Hetrick, October 8-28, 1938
3-7. Wilson Renwick, March 1-August 15, 1940
Folder 130 Local 119 Shipment Notices, 1939-1940
1. William Hetrick, February 4, 1939
2. Edward Nevins, March 7, 1940
3. Wilson Renwick, April 2, 1940
4. UE Local 119, May 21, 1940
5. Renwick, June 18, 1940
6. UE Local 119, August 31, 1940
Folder 131 Local 119 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1938-1939
1. Delinquency, May 1938
2. Delinquency, October 1938
3. Delinquency, December 1938
4. Delinquency, February 1939
5. Delinquency, April 1, 1939
6. Delinquency, June 1939
7. Delinquency, July 1939
8. Delinquency, August 1939
9. Delinquency, September 1939
10. Delinquency, November 1939
11. Suspension, July 30, 1938
12. Suspension, May 1, 1939
13. Suspension, December 1, 1939
Folder 132 Local 119 Credit Bills, December 28, 1939
Folder 133 Local 119 Miscellaneous, 1949-1950
1. American Arbitration Association Bill, June 10, 1949
2. Emma Memo to Paula, October 2, 1950
3. Novelty Printing Company to Local 119 Regarding Balance of Payment with 1949-1950 Duplicate Bills
Folder 134 Local 119 William Hood Case
1. Local 119 Resolution, December 14, 1942
2. William Hood to James Matles, December 21, 1942
3. Norma Gould, Secretary of Matles, to Hood, December 23, 1942
4. Hood to Matles, December 30, 1942
5. Hood to Julius Emspak, January 2, 1943
6. Emspak to Milton Seiner, January 4, 1943
7. Russ Nixon Telegram to Matles, January 4, 1943
8. UE District Council Meeting Notes, January 7, 1943
9. Local 119 Membership Meeting Notes, January 11, 1943
10. Hood to Emspak, January 12, 1943
11. Seiner to Emspak, January 12, 1943
12. Henry Rhine to Matles, January 13, 1943
13. Francis White to Emspak, January 18, 1943
14. Emspak to White, January 21, 1943
15. Hood to Emspak, January 22, 1943
16. Hood to Emspak, January 28, 1943
17. Emspak to White, January 29, 1943
18. Emspak to Rhine, January 29, 1943
19. Emspak to Seiner, January 29, 1943
20. Report on Membership Meeting of UE Local 119, February 10, 1943
21. Rhine to Matles, February 10, 1943
22. Irma Spritz to Emspak, February 13, 1943
23. Emspak to Frank Eubank, February 25, 1943
24. John Lyons to Emspak, February 25, 1943
25. Emspak to Rhine, March 1, 1943
26. Emspak to Lyons, March 1, 1943
27. Rhine to Emspak, March 2, 1943
28. Rhine to Matles with Local 119 Election of Executive Board Members, March 5, 1943
29. Rhine to Emspak, March 5, 1943
30. Emspak to Lyons, March 6, 1943
31. Emspak to Rhine, March 6, 1943
Folder 135 Local 119 Organization Drive, 1943
1. Outline of Organizational Activity Between November 1 and March 1, 1943
2. Report of Organizing Committee, February 8, 1943
3. Report on Organization Drive, March 16, 1943
4. Report on Local 119 Membership Meeting, March 17, 1943
5. Report on 1st Week of Drive, March 1943
6. Two Weeks - Two Hundred New Members, March 1943
7. Progress Report on First Three Months and Plans for the Next Three Months, April 1943
8. Recommendations of the Organizing Committee to Membership Meeting, May 10, 1943
9. Dues and Initiation Payments, July 12, 1943
Folder 136 Local 119 White Collar Workers, 1945
1. GE Office Workers with June 25, 1945, Henry Rhine Letter to Julius Emspak, June 22, 1945
2. GE Office Workers with June 27, 1945, Rhine Letter to Emspak, June 27, 1945
3. Basic Proposals for Supplemental Agreement for Salary Workers
Folder 137 Local 119 Trenton Strike, 1942-1943
1. Local 119 Executive Board Letter to Local 119, November 23, 1942
2. Henry Rhine to James Matles, February 6, 1943
3. R. Paxton to W.R. Burrows, February 6, 1943
Folder 138 Local 119 Cafeteria Organizing Campaign, 1943
1. Duffy and Henry Rhine to Milton Seiner, January 22, 1943
2. Julius Emspak to Rhine, February 25, 1943
Folder 139 Local 119 Miscellaneous Special Topics, 1943-1947, n.d.
1. Adjustment Committee Report, June 28, 1943
2. Final Special Meeting on Local 119 Constitution, June 28, 1943
3. Delegates to District Council, October 10, 1947
4. A Declaration of Policy
Folder 140 Local 119 Newspapers, Union News, January 1943-May 1948
Folder 141 Local 119 Newspapers, General Electric News, March 1, 1940-February 5, 1943
Folder 142 Local 119 Pamphlets, n.d.
1. Inflation and Wages
2. Socialist Industrial Unionism
Folder 143 Local 119 Leaflets, 1943
1. "We Are On Our Way," March 5, 1943
2. "Open Meeting of All 2nd Shift Employees," March 15, 1943
3. "For All GE Workers," July 12, 1943
4. "Monday Night," November 8, 1943
Folder 144 Local 119 Miscellaneous Publications, 1943, n.d.
1. Clipping from Philadelphia Works News, August 20, 1943
2. Election Card

Section: Local 120 (Philadelphia)


Box 8
Folder 1 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Julius Emspak to Patrick McNamee Regarding Finances, November 11, 1938
2. Emspak to William McBride Regarding Finances, December 6, 1938
3. Emspak to McBride Regarding Finances, December 13, 1938
4. Emspak to Edward Saleski Regarding Finances, December 22, 1938
5. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Runaway Shops, September 20, 1939
Folder 2 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. James Beard to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 27, 1938
2. Beard to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 1, 1938
3. Harry Block to UE Regarding Finances, November 1, 1938
4. William McBride to UE Regarding Finances, November 24, 1938
5. McBride to UE Regarding Finances, December 26, 1938
6. McBride to UE Regarding Finances, February 21, 1939
7. McBride to UE Regarding Finances, April 19, 1939
8. Edward Saleski to Emspak Regarding Local 120 Officers, December 17, 1938
9. Saleski to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 28, 1938
Folder 3 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Receipts, 1938-1939
1. James W. Beard, September 29, 1938
2. H.R. Walsh (Baltimore), October 10, 1938
3. Beard, November 3, 1938
4-11. William McBride, November 28, 1938-May 18, 1939
Folder 4 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Per Capita Reports, September 27, 1938-May 17, 1939
Folder 5 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Supply Requisitions, 1938-1939
1. James W. Beard, September 20, 1938
2. H.R. Walsh (Baltimore), October 4, 1938
3-4. William McBride, December 8, 1938-April 19, 1939
Folder 6 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Stamps, James W. Beard, August 19, 1938
Folder 7 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1939
1. Delinquency, June 1939
2. Suspension, July 20, 1939
Folder 8 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Credit Bills, August 23, 1938-July 23, 1940
Folder 9 Local 120 (Philadelphia) Miscellaneous, Postal Receipt, July 18, 1939

Section: Local 120 (Wilmington)

Folder 10 Local 120 (Wilmington) Officers Lists, February 29-October 31, 1944
Folder 11 Local 120 (Wilmington) Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1946
1. Julius Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Organization, December 27, 1943
2. Emspak to Block Regarding Organization, January 12, 1944
3. Emspak to Sam Goldberg Regarding Supplies, January 12, 1944
4. Emspak to Philip Saba Regarding Finances, May 1, 1945
5. Emspak to Dorothy Sullivan Regarding Finances, March 1, 1946
6. Emspak to Joe Stensky Regarding Finances, August 21, 1946
7. David Ratner to Local 120 Regarding Finances, September 25, 1945
8. Ratner to William Beck Regarding Finances, November 6, 1946
Folder 12 Local 120 (Wilmington) Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1945
1. William Beck to Julius Emspak Regardng Finances, January 20, 1945
2. Beck to UE Regarding Finances, February 10, 1945
3. Harry Block to Emspak Regarding Organization, January 6, 1944
4. William Branton to Philip Murray Regarding Wages and Hours with January 20, 1945, Letters from Molly Lynch, Secretary of Murray, to Walter Branton and Albert Fitzgerald and January 29, 1945, Ray Klausner Letter to Peter Besch, January 17, 1945
5. Samuel Goldberg to Emspak Regarding Organization, December 16, 1943
6. Philip Saba to Emspak Regarding Organization and Finances, May 3, 1945
Folder 13 Local 120 (Wilmington) Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1946
1. Delinquency, June 1946
2. Suspension, September 3, 1946
Folder 14 Local 120 (Wilmington) Ledgers, October 9, 1943-September 15, 1945
Folder 15 Local 120 (Wilmington) Disbanding, 1946-1947
1. Joseph Stensky to David Ratner, October 30, 1946
2. Julius Emspak to James Price, January 9, 1947
3. Stensky to Emspak, February 7, 1947
4. Emspak to Price, February 26, 1947
5. Price to Emspak, March 3, 1947

Section: Local 120 (Baltimore)

Folder 16 Local 120 (Baltimore) Incoming Correspondence, 1950-1955
1. Julius Emspak to Edward Whittington Regarding Organization, September 6, 1950
2. Emspak to James Price Regarding Organization, September 6, 1950
3. Emspak to Joseph McCann Regarding Organization, September 6, 1950
4. Emspak to Richard Clutz Regarding Finances, August 25, 1955
5. Emspak to Clutz Regarding Finances, November 14, 1955
6. Emspak to Clutz Regarding Finances with Receipt, November 21, 1955
7. David Ratner to Kenneth Schley Regarding Finances, March 27, 1953
Folder 17 Local 120 (Baltimore) Outgoing Correspondence, 1952-1955
1. Richard Clutz to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, May 12, 1955
2. Clutz to UE Regarding Finances, September 1955
3. Clutz to Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipt, November 1955
4. Carroll Hamilton to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 120 Officers and Factionalism, March 23, 1955
5. George Holland to UE Regarding General Cable Strikes, August 30, 1952
6. Holland to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strikes, October 1952
7. Kenneth Schley to David Ratner Regarding Finances, March 24, 1953
8. J. Edward Whittington to Emspak Regarding GE Baltimore and Local 120 Collective Bargaining and Finances, August 22, 1954
Folder 18 Local 120 (Baltimore) 1951 Negotiations, Memorandum Regarding Meeting with Mr. Cherry of GE, February 6, 1951
Folder 19 Local 120 (Baltimore) Miscellaneous, 1950-1955
1. Herbert Nichol to Julius Emspak with Ray Memo to Chris, November 14, 1950
2. David Scribner Memo to James Matles, December 28, 1950
3. Emma Memo to Paula, March 26, 1951
4. Matles to Nichol, April 4, 1955
5. Matles Memo to Joseph Dermody, April 21, 1955
6. David Rosten to Ray Klausner, August 19, 1955
Folder 20 Local 120 (Baltimore) Locke Insulator Strike, 1985

Section: Local 121

Folder 21 Local 121 Officers Lists, November 18, 1942-February 4, 1949
Folder 22 Local 121 Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1949
1. Julius Emspak to E.D. Scott Regarding Finances and Unemployment, December 13, 1938
2. Emspak to Scott Regarding Supplies, March 3, 1939
3. Emspak to Scott Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, March 29, 1939
4. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances with Statement on Unemployment, Dues and Initiation Stamps, August 17, 1939
5. Emspak to Scott Regarding Supplies, November 8, 1939
6. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances, March 25, 1940
7. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances and Supplies, April 11, 1940
8. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances, May 23, 1940
9. Emspak to Scott Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940
10. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances, November 8, 1940
11. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances, December 18, 1940
12. Emspak to Scott Regarding Finances, January 15, 1941
13. Emspak to Scott Regarding Mailing List, March 10, 1941
14. Emspak to Scott Regarding Mailing List, October 20, 1941
15. Emspak to Richard Spiess Regarding Supplies, February 7, 1949
Folder 23 Local 121 Outgoing Correspondence
1. Edward Bitzer to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 121 Officers, January 16, 1943
2. Henry Rhine to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 8, 1949
3. E.D. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 6, 1939
4. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 25, 1939
5. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 7, 1939
6. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 8, 1939
7. Scott to Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards and Political Action, November 5, 1939
8. Scott to Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards, December 6, 1939
9. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 8, 1940
10. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 5, 1940
11. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 18, 1940
12. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1940
13. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 6, 1940
14. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 26, 1940
15. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 5, 1940
16. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 11, 1940
17. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 6, 1941
18. Scott to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 15, 1942
19. Scott to Emspak Regarding Address Change, December 8, 1943
20. Benjamin Simmons to Emspak, February 1943
21. Simmons to UE Regarding 1943 UE Convention, July 22, 1943
22. Wilbert Steckler to UE Regarding Local 121 Officers, March 1945
23. Leroy Walton to UE Regarding Supplies, February 4, 1949
24. Walton to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 4, 1949
25. Walton to Emspak, July 31, 1949
Folder 24 Local 121 Salary/Expense Letters, E.D. Scott, July 28-October 6, 1941
Folder 25 Local 121 Receipts, September 2, 1938-August 12, 1940
Folder 26 Local 121 Per Capita Reports, August 4, 1939-August 6, 1940
Folder 27 Local 121 Supply Requisitions, April 10, 1939-March 18, 1940
Folder 28 Local 121 Stamps, E.D. Scott, October 1, 1939-May 26, 1940
Folder 29 Local 121 Report of Financial Secretary, August 31, 1938-July 6, 1939

Section: Local 122 (Lancaster)

Folder 30 Local 122 (Lancaster) Officers Lists, September 30, 1944-February 1948
Folder 31 Local 122 (Lancaster) Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. Julius Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Merchant & Evans Organization, August 31, 1944
2. Emspak to Joseph Stensky Regarding Finances, August 22, 1944
3. Emspak to Stensky Regarding Merchant & Evans Organization, August 31, 1944
4. Emspak to Local 122 Financial Secretary Regarding Supplies, October 1944
5. Emspak to Harry Yeager Regarding Dues Check-off, November 10, 1944
6. Emspak to Yeager Regarding Finances, December 19, 1944
7. Emspak to Yeager Regarding Finances, December 28, 1944
8. Emspak to Yeager Regarding Veterans and Finances, February 13, 1946
Folder 32 Local 122 (Lancaster) Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1947
1. Joseph Stensky to Julius Emspak Regarding Merchant & Evans Organization, August 16, 1944
2. Alvin Stoudt to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 10, 1945
3. Harry Yeager to Stensky Regarding Merchant & Evans Organization, August 24, 1944
4. Yeager to UE Regarding Supplies, August 24, 1944
5. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Merchant & Evans Organization, August 27, 1944
6. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, November 6, 1944
7. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, December 22, 1944
8. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Leaves of Absence, July 30, 1945
9. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Reconversion, and Seniority, September 20, 1945
10. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Veterans, January 25, 1946
11. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Veterans, and Wages, February 10, 1946
12. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Veterans, and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Relations, February 18, 1946
13. Yeager to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, October 19, 1946
14. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Lockouts with Emspak Letter to Henry Rhine, May 1947
15. Yeager to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, August 26, 1947

Section: Local 122 (Scranton)

Folder 33 Local 122 (Scranton) Officers Lists, October 4, 1951-February 17, 1957, n.d.
Folder 34 Local 122 (Scranton) Incoming Correspondence, 1951-1958
1. Janet Barish to John Holmes Regarding Mailing List, July 17, 1952
2. Julius Emspak to Holmes Regarding Organization and Harris Hub National Labor Relations Board Elections, September 27, 1951
3. Emspak to James Price Regarding Organization and Harris Hub, October 19, 1951
4. Emspak to Holmes Regarding Supplies, October 19, 1951
5. Emspak to John Atkinson Regarding Organization and Harris Hub, October 19, 1951
6. Emspak to John Coyne Regarding Local 122 Strike at Harris Hub, November 12, 1951
7. Emspak to Atkinson Regarding Local 122 Strike at Harris Hub, November 28, 1951
8. Emspak to Coyne Regarding Local 122 Strike at Harris Hub, December 12, 1951
9. Emspak to Joseph Walsh Regarding Local 122 Finances and Lockout at Harris Hub, February 13, 1957
10. Emspak to Peter Besch Regarding Disbanding with January 3, 1958, Walsh Letter to UE, January 7, 1958
11. Emspak to Walsh Regarding Finances, January 7, 1958
12. Emspak to Walsh Regarding Finances and Unemployment, April 1, 1958
13. Albert Fitzgerald to Edward Baldere Regarding Local 122 Strike at Harris Hub, October 29, 1953
Folder 35 Local 122 (Scranton) Outgoing Correspondence, 1951-1958
1. John Atkinson to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization at Harris Hub, October 21, 1951
2. Edward Baldere to Emspak Regarding Local 122 Strike at Harris Hub, October 26, 1953
3. John Coyne to UE Regarding Local 122 Lockout at Harris Hub, January 5, 1957
4. John Holmes to David Ratner Regarding Mailing List, July 11, 1952
5. Holmes to James Matles Regarding Local 122 Litgation for Strike at Harris Hub with November 12, 1953, Scranton Times Clipping, November 12, 1953
6. Holmes to Emspak Regarding Runaway Shops and Finances, January 27, 1958
7. Joseph Walsh to UE Regarding Disbanding, January 3, 1958
8. Walsh to UE Regarding Finances, March 1958
Folder 36 Local 122 (Scranton) Finances, 1951, 1958
1. Supply List, October 12, 1951
2. Audit, February 21, 1958
3. Receipt, March 28, 1958
Folder 37 Local 122 (Scranton) Strike, 1951-1952
1. Julius Emspak to All UE Locals, December 15, 1951
2. James Price to Emspak with Receipt, January 14, 1952
Folder 38 Local 122 (Scranton) Miscellaneous, 1951, 1954
1. Brief HIstory of Local, October 1951
2. Peter Besch Contract Negotiations Report, December 13, 1954

Section: Local 123

Folder 39 Local 123 Officers Lists, September 20, 1944-August 5, 1959
Folder 40 Local 123 Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1961
1. Julius Emspak to Edward Lendenslager Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, January 31, 1939
2. Emspak to Haydn Thompson Regarding Unemployment and Finances, February 15, 1939
3. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Finances with Local 123 Statement on Initiation Stamps, August 16, 1939
4. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Finances, October 11, 1939
5. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Finances, April 10, 1940
6. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Finances, April 23, 1940
7. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Finances, April 29, 1940
8. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Address Change, November 22, 1940
9. Emspak to Vincent Mercurio Regarding Finances, May 9, 1941
10. Emspak to Carl Bersing Regarding Finances, October 16, 1942
11. Emspak to Charles Murphy Regarding Finances, December 13, 1944
12. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Finances and Veterans, January 8, 1946
13. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Finances, January 17, 1947
14. Emspak to John Usher Regarding Finances, January 30, 1947
15. Emspak to Warren Floyd Regarding Finances, May 10, 1949
16. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Finances, January 17, 1951
17. Emspak to George Thomas Regarding Local 123 Strike at Globe Union Battery, August 23, 1955
18. Emspak to Thomas Regarding Finances, September 29, 1955
19. Emspak to Thomas Regarding Finances, October 21, 1955
20. Emspak to Thomas Regarding Finances, May 4, 1956
21. Emspak to Lawrence Dougherty Regarding Finances, October 29, 1956
22-23. Emspak to Laudenslager Regarding Local 123 Strike at Globe Union Battery, December 14, 1956
24. Emspak to Laudenslager Regarding Local 123 Strike at Globe Union Battery, December 26, 1956
25. Emspak to Lawrence Dougherty Regarding Finances, March 26, 1957
26. Emspak to Dougherty Regarding Finances, January 9, 1958
27. Emspak to Louis Kaplan Regarding Finances, October 21, 1958
28. Emspak to Kaplan Regarding Finances, January 21, 1959
29. Emspak to Kaplan Regarding Finances, August 28, 1959
30. Emspak to Eleanor Helfand Regarding Finances, February 26, 1960
31. Emspak to Peter Besch Regarding Finances, February 7, 1961
32. James Matles to John Cooper Regarding GE and Westinghouse, January 4, 1961
Folder 41 Local 123 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1961
1. Peter Besch to David Ratner Regarding Supplies, August 31, 1960
2. Harry Block to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 14, 1939
3. Lawrence Dougherty to Emspak Regarding Local 123 Strike at Globe Union Battery and Finances, October 18, 1956
4. Dougherty to UE Regarding Local 123 Strike at Globe Union Battery with November 9, 1956, Receipt, November 15, 1956
5. Dougherty to Emspak Regarding Local 123 Finances and Strike at Globe Union Battery, November 27, 1956
6. Dougherty to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 5, 1956
7. Dougherty to Emspak Regarding Local 123 Supplies at Globe Union Battery with Receipt, December 18, 1956
8. Dougherty to UE Regarding Finances, September 3, 1957
9. Eleanor Helfand to Ratner Regarding Finances, February 24, 1960
10. Helfand to Emspak, January 10, 1961
11. Charles Murphy to Emspak Regarding Local 123 Officers, November 20, 1943
12. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 5, 1944
13. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 19, 1944
14. George Thomas to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 19, 1940
15. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances with August 7, 1952, Bill and Notice of Indebtedness, September 2, 1952
16. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, February 15, 1954
17. Thomas to UE Regarding Local 123 Finances and Strike at Globe Union Battery, August 11, 1955
18. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, August 25, 1955
19. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, September 16, 1955
20. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, October 17, 1955
21. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, November 14, 1955
22. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, January 1956
23. Thomas to UE Regarding Dues Check-off and Finances, July 15, 1956
24. Thomas to UE Regarding Finances, August 1, 1956
25. Haydn Thompson to UE Regarding Supplies, September 9, 1938
26. Thompson to UE Regarding Supplies, September 14, 1938
27. Thompson to UE Regarding Membership and Finances, February 1939
28. Thompson to UE Regarding Membership and Finances, June 1939
29. Thompson to UE Regarding Supplies, March 1940
30. Thompson to UE Regarding Finances, April 27, 1940
Folder 42 Local 123 Per Capita Reports, 1938-1943
Folder 43 Local 123 Supply Requisitions, Haydon Thompson, September 12, 1938-June 12, 1940
Folder 44 Local 123 Stamps, June 17-September 27, 1943
Folder 45 Local 123 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, 1958-1961
1. Delinquency, July-August 1958
2. Delinquency, June 1959
3. Delinquency, December 1960-January 1961
4. Suspension, August 1958
5. Suspension, June 1959
Folder 46 Local 123 Credit/Bills, January 9, 1939
Folder 47 Local 123 Miscellaneous, 1957-1960
1. Per Capita Discrepancy Note, March 25, 1957
2. General Office Statement, February 25, 1960
3. Ledger with Continuation of Ledger, October 22, 1947-September 1, 1960
Folder 48 Local 123 Financial Losses, 1949
1. Warren Floyd to UE, April 22, 1949
2. Floyd to Julius Emspak, May 2, 1949
3. Secretary of Emspak to Mark Kroll with May 2, 1949, Floyd Letter to Emspak, May 10, 1949
4. Lester Saeman to Emspak, May 13, 1949
5. David Ratner to Abraham Ruzansky, October 4, 1949
6. Kroll to Ratner, October 28, 1949
7. Ratner to Ruzansky, October 31, 1949
8. Ruzansky to Ratner, November 2, 1949
Folder 49 Local 123 Strike, Julius Emspak to Gene Derrickson, December 12, 1950
Folder 50 Local 123 Strike, Joseph McCann to Don Tormen, July 22, 1955
Folder 51 Local 123 Strike, 1956-1957
1. Peter Besch to Julius Emspak, October 5, 1956
2. Memo, October 18, 1956
3. Emspak to Edward Laudenslager, October 22, 1956
4. Emspak to Besch, November 8, 1956
5. Laudenslager to UE Locals, November 29, 1956
6. Louis Kaplan to James Matles, December 3, 1956
7. Emspak to All UE Locals, December 7, 1956
8. Besch to Emspak, December 12, 1956
9. Besch to Emspak, January 8, 1957
10. Besch to Tom Wright, January 8, 1957
11. Emspak to All UE Locals, January 10, 1957
Folder 52 Local 123 Receipts, 1938-1943
1-4. Haydn Thompson, September 12-November 10, 1938
6. E. Laudenslager with Receipt #5558, January 10, 1939
7-26. Thompson, January 12, 1939-July 16, 1940
27. A. Thomas, July 26, 1940
28. Haydon Thomas, August 18, 1940
29. Seth T. Hoyt, September 23, 1943
Folder 53 Local 123 Westinghouse Electric, 1983-1985

Section: Local 124

Folder 54 Local 124 Officers Lists, November 14, 1946-April 1951
Folder 55 Local 124 Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1952, undated
1. Fannie Cohn, Secretary of Bill Cahn, Regarding Films, October 22, 1947
2. Cahn to Charles Dorsey Regarding Anti-Communism, August 17, 1950
3. Julius Emspak to Harry Block Regarding RCA Lancaster Organization, April 23, 1946
4. Emspak to Ira Gantz Regarding Local 124 Officers, April 23, 1947
5. Emspak to Dorsey Regarding Finances, March 10, 1948
6. Emspak to Edna Stirk Regarding Finances, December 15, 1949
7. Emspak to Stirk Regarding Finances, December 16, 1949
8. Emspak to Dorsey Regarding Mailing List, October 4, 1950
9. Secretary of Emspak to Dorsey Regarding Mailing List, October 4, 1950
10. Emspak to Local 124 Regarding Supplies, January 25, 1951
11. Emspak to Lois Holsinger Regarding National Strike Fund, October 9, 1952
12. Albert Fitzgerald to Dorsey Regarding Local Meetings, June 16, 1949
13. Reuben Kolb to Local 124 Regarding Finances, July 26, 1951
14. Kolb to UE Regarding Finances with Employees Unemployment Compensation Report, April 29, 1952
15. James Matles to Boris Block Regarding Staff Meeting, November 10, 1950
16. David Ratner to Herbert Nichol Regarding Finances, March 17, 1947
17. Ratner to Henry Rhine Regarding Finances, May 29, 1947
18. Ratner Memo to Rhine Regarding Finances, August 1, 1947
19. Ratner to Emma Chandler Regarding Finances, October 13, 1947
20. Ratner to Block Regarding Staff Finances, February 8, 1949
21. Ratner Memo to Dorsey Regarding Supplies, August 7, 1950
22. Ratner to Gene Derrickson Regarding Mailing List, May 4, 1951
23. Ratner to Local 124 Regarding Finances, May 5, 1951
24. Ratner Memo to Elizabeth Yost Regarding Finances, May 15, 1951
25. Ratner Memo to Yost Regarding Finances, May 16, 1951
26. Ratner Memo to Yost Regarding Finances, May-June 1951
27. Ratner to Yost Regarding Finances, February 19, 1952
28. Ratner to Yost Regarding Finances, n.d.
29. D. Rowand to Local 124 Regarding Finances, October 26, 1944
Folder 56 Local 124 Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1952
1. Boris Block to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1948
2. Block to James Matles, March 20, 1950
3. Block to Matles Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Factionalism and Inter-union Rivalry, August 23, 1950
4. Block to Matles Regarding IBEW Contracts at RCA Lancaster, November 5, 1950
5. Block to Benjamin Riskin Regarding Finding Inter-union Rivalry Between IBEW, IUE & International Association of Machinists, December 5, 1950
6. Block to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 15, 1950
7. Emma Chandler Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Bridgeport and Factionalism, February 10, 1947
8. Charles Dorsey to Emspak Regarding Films, October 21, 1947
9. Dorsey to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 6, 1948
10. Dorsey to Emspak Regarding Anti-Communism, United Rubber Workers, and Congress of Industrial Organizations Mass Meeting, November 1, 1948
11. Dorsey to Tom Wright Regarding Attached Cartoons, December 1, 1948
12. Dorsey to Fitzgerald Regarding Local Conference, July 12, 1944
13. Dorsey to Matles Regarding IAM, IBEW and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, June 27, 1950
14. Dorsey to Fitzgerald Regarding Local Conference, July 12, 1949
15. Dorsey to Emspak Regarding Defense Committee, July 28, 1950
16. Dorsey to Emspak Regarding Membership Meeting, July 31, 1950
17. Dorsey to Ratner Regarding Supplies, August 5, 1950
18. Dorsey to Fitzgerald Regarding National Labor Relations Board's Reaction to Factionalism, Elections and Anti-Communism at RCA Lancaster, September 11, 1950
19. Dorsey to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 11, 1950
20. Dorsey to Ratner Regarding Finances, September 24, 1950
21. Dorsey to Ratner Regarding Finances with List of Bills, September 27, 1950
22. Dorsey to Ratner Regarding Finances with List of Bills, October 16, 1950
23. Dorsey to Ratner Regarding Finances, October 25, 1950
24. Ira Gantz to Emspak Regarding Local 124 Officers, April 4, 1950
25. W.C. Lutz Regarding Factionalism, June 1, 1946
26. Joseph McCann to Matles Regarding Mailing List and Organization of RCA Lancaster with List No.1 and Additional Names, March 28, 1951
27. Herbert Nichol to Ratner Regarding Finances, January 13, 1947
28. James Price to Matles Regarding Finances, March 31, 1947
29. Price to Emspak Regarding United Packinghouse Workers, February 25, 1949
30. Henry Rhine to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 26, 1947
31. Rhine to Matles Regarding District 1 Officer Elections, Factionalism, and Anti-Communism, September 10, 1949
32. Rhine to Matles Regarding NLRB Elections at RCA Lancaster; Inter-union Rivalry Between IBEW, IAM, IUE, and the RCA Independent Union; Women; Afro-Americans; and RCA in Marion and Camden, June 1, 1950
33. David Schribner to Roy Wells Regarding Finances, December 1, 1949
34. William Strickland to Ratner Regarding Finances, November 20, 1946
35. Strickland to Emspak Regarding PAC, March 21, 1947
36. Wells to Schribner Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and IUE, December 6, 1949
37. Madeline Whedbee Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Finances, May 9, 1951
38. Elizabeth Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 9, 1951
39. Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 12, 1951
40. Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 16, 1951
41. Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 18, 1951
42. Yost to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 18, 1951
43. Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances and Wages, June 30, 1951
44. Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 7, 1951
45. Yost to Ratner Regarding Grievances and Finances, August 14, 1951
46. Yost to Ratner Regarding Organization of RCA Lancaster and Finances, February 17, 1952
47. Yost to Ratner Regarding Finances and Organization of RCA Lancaster, March 26, 1952
Folder 57 Local 124 GE Waynesboro Correspondence, 1981-1985
Folder 58 Local 124 Finances, 1944-1953
1. Charter, October 4, 1944
2. Charter Fee, Receipt, October 13, 1944
3. National Security Corporation Certificate of Bond, October 19, 1944
4. Receipt from David L. Rosston & Co., October 25, 1944
5. Ledger, October 17, 1944-January 8, 1945
6. Lancaster Labor Building Association Void Stock Certificate, n.d.
7. John H. Myers, Notary Public, Regarding Stopped Check Payment with a Notice of Protest to UE, Notice from Conestoga National Park, and a Check, November 14, 1949
8. Emma Memo to Dave Ratner Regarding Lancaster Local Finances and Set-up, April 25, 1951
9. Receipt Regarding Miscellaneous Income, May 17, 1952
10. Receipt, August 21, 1952
11. Receipt Regarding Miscellaneous Income with Gene Derrickson Letter to Ratner Regarding Disposal of Local 124 Property, January 22, 1953
12. Janet Barish to George McCormick of the IRS Regarding W2 and W3 Forms at Local 124, February 26, 1953
13. Ruth D. Sheets to UE Regarding Communication from Fred Prophet Co. with March 2, 1953, Receipt; a Check Stub; May 9, 1951, Letter from Fred Prophet Co. to Local 124 Regarding Union Dues; and List of Employees, February 27, 1953
Folder 59 Local 124 Organization, Julius Emspak to Henry Rhine, April 25, 1946
Folder 60 Local 124 Unemployment Compensation Case, 1951-1952
1. David Ratner to Earl Snyder, June 27, 1951
2. Forms, July 1951
3. Reuben Kolb to Ratner with Reports, March 3, 1952
Folder 61 Local 124 Organization Campaign, 1958
1. David Ratner to Lou Kaplan, March 27, 1958
2. John Keller Letter, July 3, 1958
3. Keller Letter, July 8, 1958
4. Keller Letter, July 9, 1958
Folder 62 Local 124 Miscellaneous, 1946, undated
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, September 6, 1946
2. Report of FBI Interrogation of Jeannette Brown, n.d.
Folder 63 Local 124 Leaflets, "Double Crossed Again," July 1, 1958
Folder 64 Local 124 Newspaper Clippings, Lancaster Intelligence Journal with January 7, 1953, William Steeley Letter to James Matles, December 9, 1952

Section: Local 125 (Nesquehoning)

Folder 65 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Incoming Correspondence, 1937
1. Julius Emspak to Adam Metz Regarding Organization of Penn Power and Light, September 14, 1937
Folder 66 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1938
1. H.R. Bailey to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 5, 1937
2. Bailey to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 13, 1937
3. Bailey to UE, February 14, 1938
4. Joseph Skellchock to Emspak Regarding UE Finances and Constitutions, October 2, 1937
5. William Watkins to UE Regarding Finances, November 11, 1937
6. Watkins to UE Regarding Lansford Organization, November 11, 1937
7. Watkins to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 1, 1937
Folder 67 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Receipts, 1937-1938
1. Harry Bartley, October 6, 1937
2. Bartley with Receipt Breakdown, October 25, 1937
3. Bartley, November 15, 1937
4. William J. Watkins, December 16, 1937
5-7. Bartley, December 23, 1937-February 15, 1938
Folder 68 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Per Capita Reports, October 1937-February 11, 1938
Folder 69 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Supply Requisitions, Joseph Skellchock, October 20, 1937
Folder 70 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Stamps, William Watkins, December 1937
Folder 71 Local 125 (Nesquehoning) Stamp and Supply Receipts, 1937, undated
1. 10 Undated Employment Stamps, n.d.
2. #264, n.d.
3. #281, n.d.
4. #308, n.d.
5. #408, n.d.
6. Lansford Charter, August 30, 1937

Section: Local 125 (Scranton)

Folder 72 Local 125 (Scranton) Officers Lists, January 10, 1948-November 16, 1949
Folder 73 Local 125 (Scranton) Executive Board Minutes, February 24, 1950
Folder 74 Local 125 (Scranton) Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1954
1. Julius Emspak to Frank Kozik Regarding Organization at GE Scranton, August 30, 1946
2. Emspak to Harry Block Regarding Organization at GE Scranton, August 30, 1946
3. Emspak to Kozik Regarding Veterans and Finances, September 30, 1946
4. Emspak to James Coleman Regarding Wages, June 6, 1947
5. Emspak to Peter Plishka Regarding Local 125 Officers, January 28, 1948
6. Emspak to Kozik Regarding Local 125 Strike at General Metal, February 9, 1948
7. Emspak to Cyril Walsh Reg