Summary Information
Title: UE National Office Records Relating to District 11 and District 11 Locals
Collection Number: UE.4.1.11
Creator: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Collection Dates: 1936-1994
Extent: 15.0 linear feet (12 boxes)

Language: English

Abstract:
This series contains files on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) District 11 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 and Alexandra Hilton.
Revision Description:
July 2012:
Container list added to the finding aid from existing inventories.

Collection Scope and Content Notes

District 11 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) was initially comprised of locals in the Chicago area. As the union grew and incorporated locals of the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers in 1949, the district included locals in Illinois, Wisconsin, South Dakota and Minnesota. The locals that are still in existence are now part of the UE's Western Region. This series contains files on UE District 11 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 11. 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 -- Middle West -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor unions -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- Middle West -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century

Corporate Names
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. District 11.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

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

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 11 and District 11 Locals, 1936-1994, UE.4.1.11, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Processing Information:

Portions of this collection were originally processed by Archives Service Center staff. This finding aid was completed by Zachary Brodt and Alexandra Hilton in July 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 11 Records, 1940s-1990s, UE.15.11, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 1139 Records, 1960s-1980s, UE.16.1139, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 1150 Records, 1940s-1980s, UE.16.1150, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 1180 Records, 1980s, UE.16.1180, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh


Collection Inventory

Subseries 1. District 11


Box 1
Folder 1 District 11 Constitutions, February 1940, undated
Folder 2 District 11 Constitutions, 1942
Folder 3 District 11 Constitutions, 1944
Folder 4 District 11 Constitutions, 1945-1946
Folder 5 District 11 Constitutions, 1947-1948
Folder 6 District 11 Constitutions, 1950
Folder 7 District 11 Constitutions, 1951-1952
Folder 8 District 11 Constitutions, 1942-1952
Folder 9 District 11 Constitutions and Bylaws, 1949-1960
Folder 10 District 11 Officers Minutes, January 23, 1940-March 1, 1947
Folder 11 District 11 Officers List, November 1, 1945
Folder 12 District 11 Membership Resolutions, 1941-1947, undated
1. Membership Resolution Regarding Civil Service with May 4, 1941, Harry Wold Letter to UE, May 1941
2. Membership Resolution Regarding Military Personnel, January 5, 1946
3. Membership Resolution Regarding Veterans and Housing with January 9, 1946, Ernest DeMaio Letter to District 11 Locals, January 5, 1946
4. Membership Resolution Regarding Strike Fund, January 6, 1946
5. Membership Resolution Regarding Civil Rights, January 11, 1947
6. Membership Resolution Regarding Organization, n.d.
7. Membership Resolution Regarding District Office and Affiliation, n.d.
Folder 13 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 31, 1937-June 25, 1939
Folder 14 District 11 Membership Minutes, March 29, 1941
Folder 15 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 28-December 14, 1941
Folder 16 District 11 Membership Minutes, March 28, 1942
Folder 17 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 17, 1942
Folder 18 District 11 Membership Minutes, September 26, 1942
Folder 19 District 11 Membership Minutes, December 12, 1942-March 15, 1943
Folder 20 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 14, 1943
Folder 21 District 11 Membership Minutes, September 27, 1943
Folder 22 District 11 Membership Minutes, December 6, 1943
Folder 23 District 11 Membership Minutes, March 13, 1944
Folder 24 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 1944
Folder 25 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 9, 1944
Folder 26 District 11 Membership Minutes, December 12, 1944
Folder 27 District 11 Membership Minutes, March 18, 1945
Folder 28 District 11 Membership Minutes, July 15, 1945
Folder 29 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 6, 1945
Folder 30 District 11 Membership Minutes, January 5, 1946
Folder 31 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 1946
Folder 32 District 11 Membership Minutes, July 1946
Folder 33 District 11 Membership Minutes, September 21, 1946
Folder 34 District 11 Membership Minutes, January 11, 1947
Folder 35 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 1947
Folder 36 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 21, 1947
Folder 37 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 4, 1947
Folder 38 District 11 Membership Minutes, January 31, 1948
Folder 39 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 3, 1948
Folder 40 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 26, 1948
Folder 41 District 11 Membership Minutes, September 25, 1948
Folder 42 District 11 Membership Minutes, January-April 12, 1949
Folder 43 District 11 Membership Minutes, June 25, 1949
Folder 44 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 1949
Folder 45 District 11 Membership Minutes, January 1950
Folder 46 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 22, 1950
Folder 47 District 11 Membership Minutes, July 1950
Folder 48 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 14, 1950
Folder 49 District 11 Membership Minutes, January 13, 1951
Folder 50 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 14, 1951
Folder 51 District 11 Membership Minutes, July 7, 1951
Folder 52 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 6, 1951
Folder 53 District 11 Membership Minutes, January 19, 1952
Folder 54 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 26, 1952
Folder 55 District 11 Membership Minutes, July 19, 1952
Folder 56 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 4, 1952-January 10, 1953
Folder 57 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 25, 1953
Folder 58 District 11 Membership Minutes, July 1953
Folder 59 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 19, 1953

Box 2
Folder 1 District 11 Membership Minutes, April 24, 1954
Folder 2 District 11 Membership Minutes, October 1954
Folder 3 District 11 Minutes, 1980-1983
Folder 4 District 11 Minutes, 1985-1993
Folder 5 District 11 District Council Meetings, 1971-1973
Folder 6 District 11 District Council Meetings, 1974-1975
Folder 7 District 11 District Council Meetings, 1976-1979
Folder 8 District 11 Council Meeting, 1963-1970
Folder 9 District 11 Council Meeting, 1956-1962
Folder 10 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1954
1. Janet Barish to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 12, 1943
2. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Organization at Stewart Warner, July 21, 1943
3. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Political Action and Local 1139, October 24, 1945
4. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 1, 1946
5. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and IUE, August 18, 1950
6. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 189, December 11, 1951
7. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 6, 1952
8. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Finances and International Harvester Council, July 25, 1952
9. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Finances and International Harvester Council, September 26, 1952
10. Barish to DeMaio Regarding Strikes and Marathon Electric, March 18, 1954
11. Joseph Dermody to DeMaio Regarding Organization at Western Electric, October 9, 1945
Folder 11 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1944
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Congress of Soviet-American Friendship, October 19, 1942
2. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 5, 1943
3. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Military and Staff Members with Letter to Whom It May Concern, April 4, 1943
4. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 10, 1943
5. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 24, 1943
6. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 31, 1943
7. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, June 11, 1943
8. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, June 30, 1943
9. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 30, 1943
10. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Organization at Stewart Warner, August 4, 1943
11. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Staff Members, October 6, 1943
12. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, September 22, 1943
13. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, October 27, 1943
14. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 5, 1943
15. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Women and Wages, November 26, 1943
16. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 17, 1943
17. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 27, 1943
18. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 24, 1944
19. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and District 1, January 24, 1944
20. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, February 4, 1944
21. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 9, 1944
22. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding UE Headquarters, March 17, 1944
23. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, June 2, 1944
24. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, June 20, 1944
25. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Political Action, July 19, 1944
26. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 17, 1944
Folder 12 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Finances, August 11, 1944
2. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Contracts and Organization, August 11, 1944
3. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, September 1, 1944
4. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, October 5, 1944
5. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, October 19, 1944
6. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 2, 1944
7. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 1, 1944
8. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 22, 1944
9. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 20, 1944
10. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 20, 1944
11. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 11, 1945
12. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, February 2, 1945
13. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, February 16, 1945
14. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, March 8, 1945
15. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1103 and War Labor Board, March 9, 1945
16. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Organization at Sylvania in Bloomington, April 13, 1945
17. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 9, 1945
18. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 20, 1945
19. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Radio, June 13, 1945
20. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 12, 1945
21. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Unemployment and Congress of Industrial Organizations, July 20, 1945
22. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Negotiations, September 25, 1945
23. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding PAC and Local 1139, November 7, 1945
24. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 18, 1945
25. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, January 18, 1946
26. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1105 Strike at Westinghouse, March 27, 1946
27. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding GE and Westinghouse Strikes, April 8, 1946
Folder 13 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, July 3, 1946-December 13, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Local 1121 and Per Capita, July 3, 1946
2. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Westinghouse and GE Strikes, July 19, 1946
3. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1101 and 1135, July 26, 1946
4. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1107 and Per Capita, October 9, 1946
5. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Organization at Colonial, October 7, 1946
6. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1107 and Per Capita, December 4, 1946
7. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita, January 28, 1947
8. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Strike at Pioneer Engineering and Electric Machinery Manufacturing, May 27, 1947
9. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Radio Broadcasts, May 27, 1947
10. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Stewards Conferences in Minneapolis and Chicago, December 15, 1947
11. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Organization at Mechanical Handling Devices, December 23, 1947
12. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Officers and Visit, January 2, 1948
13. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1150 and Dues with December 22, 1947, Lee Lundguen Letter to Emspak, January 13, 1948
14. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding American Jewish Labor Council, February 16, 1948
15. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 9, 1948
16. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, September 13, 1948
17. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1149 Strike with October 1, 1948, Viola Davis Letter to Emspak, October 4, 1948
18. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1149 Strike, October 20, 1948
19. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1150 Strike, March 3, 1948
20. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Belmont Strike, March 24, 1949
21. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Hoover and Belmont Strike, June 7, 1949
22. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, October 19, 1949
23. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Locals 101F and 112F, November 28, 1949
24. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 13, 1949
Folder 14 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1949-1951
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 19, 1949
2. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits and Inter-union Rivalry, December 22, 1949
3. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1131 Disbanding, January 13, 1950
4. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 112F, January 20, 1950
5. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 112F, February 24, 1950
6. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 1, 1950
7. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 101F, April 11, 1950
8. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 101F, April 13, 1950
9. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 101F, April 17, 1950
10. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1150, April 25, 1950
11. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 108F and Per Capita, July 18, 1950
12. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, October 18, 1950
13. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and Local 1114, November 3, 1950
14. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 17, 1950
15. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Local 1131 Disbanding, November 27, 1950
16. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and International Harvester Conference Board, December 20, 1950
17. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1140, January 17, 1951
18. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1150, January 25, 1951
19. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, February 26, 1941
20. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 1, 1951
21. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Political Action, March 12, 1951
22. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Publicity, April 23, 1951
23. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Publicity, April 27, 1951
24. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and Local 1140F, May 7, 1951
Folder 15 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1951-1954
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Local 1151F and Per Capita, May 15, 1951
2. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Political Action, May 16, 1951
3. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and Local 140F, September 11, 1951
4. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and Local 140F, November 29, 1951
5. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 20, 1951
6. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, January 11, 1952
7. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances and the Weber Case with January 23, 1952, David Scribner Letter to Emspak, January 29, 1952
8. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Local 168F, February 19, 1952
9. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 1, 1952
10. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 9, 1952
11. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Strike, September 23, 1952
12. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding the Sentner Case, October 6, 1952
13. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Organization in Chicago, October 14, 1952
14. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita of Locals 1140 and 1145, January 15, 1953
15. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Amalgamations of Locals 1119 and 1150, February 3, 1953
16. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 2, 1953
17. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Amalgamations of Locals 1119 and 1150, April 2, 1953
18. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding African-Americans, June 12, 1953
19. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and Suspensions, November 18, 1953
20. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Civil Liberties Committee, February 8, 1954
21. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita, February 24, 1954
22. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, IUE, and UE at Schenectudy, April 29, 1954
23. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Civil Liberties with September 11, 1954, Edwin Campbell Letter to UE, September 17, 1954
24. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Inter-union Rivalry at Locals 139F and 1133, November 5, 1954
Folder 16 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1954-1955
1. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and Local 1150, December 2, 1954
2. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Publicity, December 13, 1954
3. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding American Safety Razor Boycott, December 27, 1954
4. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita and International Harvester Locals, April 13, 1955
5. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Per Capita at Locals 101F and 107F, May 18, 1955
6. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Disbandings, Inter-union Rivalry and United Auto Workers, September 9, 1955
Folder 17 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1954
1. Michael Essin to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Local 1113 and Jailings, February 10, 1954
2. Albert Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, January 5, 1944
3. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding National Political Education Conference with June 7, 1944, Sidney Hillman Letter to Fitzgerald, June 15, 1944
4. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Negotiations and Hugo Manufacturing, January 13, 1948
5. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Sunbeam Strike, June 7, 1949
6. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, August 24, 1949
7. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Peoria Sub-district, February 1, 1950
8. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Factionalism and Local 1140, March 3, 1950
9. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Mid-west Conference, January 31, 1951
10. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, March 23, 1953
11. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding National Farmers Union, March 9, 1954
12. Fitzgerald to DeMaio Regarding National Officers Meeting, March 25, 1954
13. Sidney Gilbert to DeMaio Regarding Decca in Chicago and Dues, November 12, 1943
14. Eleanor Holden to DeMaio Regarding Political Action, December 10, 1943
15. Mary Karpa Regarding Shoe Workers, September 21, 1944
16. Selma Kaslick to DeMaio Regarding Joe Cetner's Death, July 10, 1946
17. Ray Klausner to DeMaio Regarding Officers Visit, January 21, 1948
18. Mel Krantzler to DeMaio Regarding Dues in Chicago, March 7, 1951
Folder 18 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1943
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Organization in Chicago, November 18, 1942
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization at Flexible Shaft and Hurley Machine, November 28, 1942
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding MESA and Federation of Westinghouse Independent Salaried Union Inter-union Rivalry, December 7, 1942
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1145, December 28, 1942
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Productivity, December 30, 1942
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Battery Industry Organization and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry with List of Firms, December 31, 1942
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 7, 1943
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 22, 1943
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, February 2, 1943
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1943
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, February 3, 1943
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, February 5, 1943
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1114, February 9, 1943
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization at Greenlea Brothers, February 12, 1943
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization in Milwaukee, February 15, 1943
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding War Labor Board and Finances, February 15, 1943
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Local 1145, February 25, 1943
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding District 11 Organization, March 11, 1943
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 23, 1943
20. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, April 7, 1943
21. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization, April 8, 1943
22. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, Organization at RCA in Indianapolis, and Inter-union Rivalry with International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and United Auto Workers, April 14, 1943
23. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization, April 15, 1943
24. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, April 27, 1943
Folder 19 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1943-1945
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, May 5, 1943
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 13, 1943
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding War Plant Worker, May 25, 1943
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, June 25, 1943
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Flexible Shaft Organization, June 28, 1943
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Stewart Warner Organization, July 1, 1943
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Flexible Shaft Organization and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, July 1943
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 6, 1943
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Hurley Organization, July 12, 1943
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 19, 1943
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Hurley Organization, July 20, 1943
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, July 30, 1943
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Organization, August 3, 1943
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 11, 1943
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 23, 1943
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Live Material Contract, August 24, 1943
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 27, 1943
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, September 7, 1943
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Stewart Warner Organization, September 9, 1943
20. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Stewart Warner, September 23, 1943
21. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Rockford, October 26, 1945
22. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 2, 1945
23. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, November 14, 1945
24. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, November 20, 1945
25. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Rockford, November 23, 1945
26. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization, November 28, 1945
Folder 20 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, December 1945-July 1946
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 12, 1945
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 19, 1945
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 21, 1945
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 7, 1946
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric Organization and Wages, March 8, 1946
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Westinghouse Strike, March 19, 1946
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, March 28, 1946
8-9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric Organization, April 15, 1946
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, April 29, 1946
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, May 6, 1946
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, June 20, 1946
13-14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, June 27, 1946
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, June 29, 1946
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 3, 1946
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric Organization, July 22, 1946
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Westinghouse Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 31, 1946
Folder 21 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, August 1946-July 1947
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Organization, August 7, 1946
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 7, 1946
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1101 and 1135, August 14, 1946
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Pratt and Whitney Contracts, August 24, 1946
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Kayole Organization, September 23, 1946
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Mitchel Manufacturing, Local 1121, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, September 23, 1946
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, October 3, 1946
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric Organization, October 10, 1946
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric Organization, October 21, 1946
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, November 6, 1946
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Illinois Gear Organization, November 22, 1946
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, December 13, 1946
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization, December 15, 1946
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Organization, December 18, 1946
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Zenith Organization, January 9, 1947
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Sangamo Organization, February 4, 1947
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, February 13, 1947
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric St. Paul Negotiations, February 13, 1947
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric St. Paul and Hawthorne Leadership, April 28, 1947
20. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, May 13, 1947
21. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Mine Mill and National Labor Relations Board, June 7, 1947
22. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, June 17, 1947
Folder 22 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, September 1947-June 1949
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members with August 29, 1947, Charles Rivers Letter to Matles, September 4, 1947
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Forviers Union, October 20, 1947
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Joint Industry Conferences, December 19, 1947
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 29, 1947
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, February 27, 1948
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, March 3, 1948
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, March 26, 1948
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Western Electric in Allentown and Communications Workers of America Inter-union Rivalry, March 26, 1948
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 2, 1948
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 17, 1948
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, June 4, 1948
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, September 22, 1948
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 21, 1949
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, February 15, 1949
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1119, March 2, 1949
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Minneapolis, April 7, 1949
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Incentive, Factionalism, and Locals 1150 and 113, April 12, 1949
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1119, May 24, 1949
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Factionalism and Local 1119, May 24, 1949
20. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Minneapolis, July 15, 1949
21. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 25, 1949
Folder 23 District 11 Ernest Demaio Incoming Correspondence, August 1949-October 1950
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 15, 1949
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1119, August 19, 1949
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Stewart Warner, August 19, 1949
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, October 7, 1949
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 4, 1949
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, November 7, 1949
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Factionalism, November 9, 1949
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 1119, November 17, 1949
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, December 12, 1949
10. Matles to DeMaio, January 4, 1950
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, January 10, 1950
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding General Mills Organization, January 28, 1950
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding General Mills, February 27, 1950
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 22, 1950
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and GE Lynn, March 24, 1950
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 1117, March 27, 1950
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding GE, June 12, 1950
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Meeting, June 12, 1950
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 1150 and Staff Members, July 17, 1950
20. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 17, 1950
21. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 1, 1950
22. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 23, 1950
23. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, October 6, 1950
24. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, October 10, 1950
Folder 24 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, November 1950-December 1951
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Finances and Locals 101F and 107F, November 27, 1950
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 27, 1950
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, January 3, 1951
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 30, 1951
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding South Bend and Staff Members, March 6, 1951
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, March 19, 1951
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, April 3, 1951
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, April 10, 1951
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 17, 1951
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester in Louisville, African-Americans, and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 20, 1951
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 20, 1951
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Louisville, May 7, 1951
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Wisconsin Steel Inter-union Rivalry, May 21, 1951
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, October 25, 1951
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding District 11 Visit, November 19, 1951
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Organization, December 21, 1951
Folder 25 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1952
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Ingersol and National, January 9, 1952
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester McCormick and Inter-union Rivalry, June 4, 1952
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, June 11, 1952
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Local 108F, June 12, 1952
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, September 8, 1952
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Wausau, September 24, 1952
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, September 24, 1952
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, October 15, 1952
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Harry Ward Case with a Letter to David Rothstein, October 17, 1952
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 24, 1952
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester, November 5, 1952
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Strike and African-Americans, November 10, 1952
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 17, 1952
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 18, 1952
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Chicago and Inter-union Rivalry with Budget, December 1, 1952
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 2, 1952
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Strikes Fund, December 18, 1952
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 22, 1952
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 31, 1952
Folder 26 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1953-August 1954
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Finances, January 8, 1953
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, January 14, 1953
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Finances, January 16, 1953
4. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Chicago Visit, February 2, 1953
5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 1113 and Finances, February 3, 1953
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Amalgamations, February 13, 1953
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, February 24, 1953
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester Council, April 27, 1953
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, June 29, 1953
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 8, 1953
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, July 13, 1953
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Locals 102F and 105F, August 21, 1953
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 1114 Strike, October 19, 1953
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, December 17, 1953
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 30, 1953
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 26, 1954
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, April 27, 1954
18. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 13, 1954
19. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 14, 1954
20. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, August 24, 1954
Folder 27 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, September 1954-April 1955
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Local 1150 Finances, September 10, 1954
2. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 931 and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, September 21, 1954
3. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 1133 and Inter-union Rivalry, November 3, 1954
4-5. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances, November 11, 1954
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Staff Members, December 18, 1954
7. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 30, 1954
8. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Local 1133 and Inter-union Rivalry, January 11, 1955
9. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and International Harvester, Januay 19, 1955
10. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Locals 1114 and 1150, March 10, 1955
11. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry with Letter to Milt Burns, March 21, 1955
12. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Finances and International Harvester, March 22, 1955
13. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, March 25, 1955
14. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, March 31, 1955
15. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester and Finances, April 8, 1955
16. Matles to DeMaio Regarding International Harvester and Finances, April 11, 1955
17. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, April 27, 1955
Folder 28 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1953
1. Edward Matthews to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Seniority at Westinghouse, August 21, 1950
2. Tom Neill to DeMaio Regarding National Veterans Organization, March 22, 1946
3. Russ Nixon to DeMaio Regarding Political Action, December 7, 1942
4. Nixon to DeMaio Regarding Political Action, December 28, 1949
5. Haven Perkins to DeMaio Regarding Songamo Organization October 9, 1944
6. Sol Potegal to DeMaio Regarding Solar Contract and Organization, June 29, 1943
7. David Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances and Wausau, December 5, 1945
8. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 14, 1945
9. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 12, 1946
10. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, March 15, 1946
11. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances, April 29, 1946
12. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding 1946 UE Convention, May 3, 1946
13. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding 1950 UE Convention, March 3, 1949
14. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances, January 8, 1950
15. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances, March 13, 1950
16. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances and International Harvester, July 12, 1950
17. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 7, 1951
18. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 11, 1951
19. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding 1953 UE Convention, May 19, 1952
20. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Finances, July 10, 1952
21. Ratner to DeMaio Regarding Strikes at Locals 107F and 108F and Inter-union Rivalry, October 22, 1953
22. E.V. Roose to DeMaio Regarding Rockford Organization, March 1943
23. David Scribner to DeMaio Regarding National Labor Relations Board, June 26, 1943
24. Scribner to DeMaio Regarding NLRB and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, July 1, 1943
25. Scribner to DeMaio Regarding Mediation, October 23, 1947
26. Scribner to DeMaio Regarding Minneapolis Cases, May 21, 1951
27. Phil Smith to DeMaio Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, August 8, 1947
28. Smith to DeMaio Regarding Local 1109 and Factionalism, December 17, 1949
29. Winspear to DeMaio Regarding Abraham Lincoln School, September 18, 1944
30. Charles Whitworth to DeMaio Regarding Sangamo, June 4, 1944
Folder 29 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, 1941-January 1943
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Chicago Organization, December 1, 1941
2. DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 15, 1942
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, October 20, 1942
4. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 10, 1942
5. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances and Stewart Warner Organization, November 30, 1942
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Flexible Shaft Organization, December 31, 1942
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 31, 1942
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Farm Equipment Workers Merger, December 31, 1942
9-11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 31, 1942
12. DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding Overtime, January 4, 1943
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 7, 1943
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 19, 1943
15. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Organization with Authorization Cards, January 27, 1943
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 27, 1943
17. DeMaio to Matles Regarding War Labor Board and War Manpower Commission, January 27, 1943
18. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 737, January 27, 1943
19. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, January 29, 1943
Folder 30 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, February-April 1943
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 2, 1943
2. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago, Rockford, and Minneapolis Organization, February 6, 1943
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, February 6, 1943
4. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations at Minneapolis Honeywell and Factionalism with Letter to Matles, February 24, 1943
5. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, March 4, 1943
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Greenlee Machine Organization and the National Labor Relations Board with March 6, 1943, E.V. Roose Letter to Gilbert Shatz and Report, March 4, 1943
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 1145 and Staff Members, March 4, 1943
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 12, 1943
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, March 12, 1943
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Hurley Organization, March 25, 1943
11. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 26, 1943
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Hurley Organization and Women, March 31, 1943
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Conscription, April 2, 1943
14. DeMaio to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, April 13, 1943
15. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Stewart Warner Organization, April 15, 1943
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Hurley Organization and Company Union, April 17, 1943
17. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1943
18. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 21, 1943
19. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, April 23, 1943
Folder 31 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, May-July 1943
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Hurley Machine Organization and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, May 17, 1943
2. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Stewart Warner Organization and Inter-union Rivalry with IAM and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, May 17, 1943
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Flexible Shaft Organization and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, May 17, 1943
4. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Dreis and Krump Organization, Cinch, and Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW and IAM, May 18, 1943
5. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, May 24, 1943
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Minneapolis Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, May 24, 1943
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Wheelco Organization, May 12, 1943
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Hurley Organization, National Labor Relations Board, and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, June 18, 1943
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Solar Manufacturing Organization, June 22, 1943
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, IAM Inter-union Rivalry, and Women, June 23, 1943
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Per Capita, June 30, 1943
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Hurley Organization, July 12, 1943
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 16, 1943
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Hurley Organization and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, July 19, 1943
15. DeMaio to Janet Barish Regarding Stewart Warner Organization, July 26, 1943
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Stewart Warner Organization and Women, July 26, 1943
17. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, July 29, 1943
Folder 32 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, August-December 1943
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 4, 1943
2. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Per Capita, August 20, 1943
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 27, 1943
4. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Radio Industry, Organization, and Wages, August 27, 1943
5. DeMaio to Van Bittner Regarding War Labor Board, September 7, 1943
6. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1943
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding District 11 Officers, September 29, 1943
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 29, 1943
9. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Chicago UE News with Circulation Breakdown, October 11, 1943
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1150 and Organization, October 21, 1943
11. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1154, October 21, 1943
12. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Political Action, Incentive, and Organization, October 25, 1943
13. DeMaio to D. Karsch Regarding Factionalism, November 16, 1943
14. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 19, 1943
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 2, 1943
16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Conscription, December 2, 1943
17. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Visit, December 20, 1943
18. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Organization in Minneapolis, Honeywell in Chicago and Greenlee, International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, and African-Americans, December 23, 1943
19. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Belden Wire Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 23, 1943
20. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 24, 1943
21. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding Visit, December 29, 1943
22. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 29, 1943
Folder 33 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, January-July 1944
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism with January 14, 1944, Harry Block Letter to DeMaio, January 18, 1944
2. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 26, 1944
3. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1114 and Dues Check-off, February 10, 1944
4. DeMaio to Paul Tinge Regarding Political Action and Minneapolis, March 22, 1944
5. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 31, 1944
6. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 25, 1944
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 25, 1944
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 26. 1944
9. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Sangamo Organization and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry with April 25, 1944, Letter to John Dougherty; April 26, 1944, Dougherty Letter to DeMaio; and Mailing List, April 28, 1944
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 29, 1949
11. DeMaio to Melvin Krantzler Regarding Staff Members and War Labor Board, May 29, 1949
12. DeMaio to Friend Regarding Sangramo Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, May 31, 1944
13. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Sangamo Electric Organization and USWA Inter-union Rivalry, June 12, 1944
14. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding James Gear Organization, June 28, 1944
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 17, 1944
16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, July 25, 1944
Folder 34 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, August 1944-August 1945
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 1156 Contract and Finances with Weakness of the Fairmont Railway Motors Contract, August 2, 1944
2. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, August 29, 1944
3. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Meeting and Political Action, September 2, 1944
4. DeMaio to Elizabeth Christman Regarding Zenith Organization, September 19, 1944
5. DeMaio to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, October 31, 1944
6. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 31, 1944
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Sangamo Electric Organization, United Steelworkers Inter-union Rivalry, and Staff Members with Leaflet, December 14, 1944
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1150 and Finances, December 22, 1944
9. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 26, 1944
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers Organization, January 12, 1945
11. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Radio Industry Contracts, January 12, 1945
12. DeMaio to Paul Seymour Regarding District 2 Strikes, January 28, 1945
13. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1945
14. DeMaio to A. Hartwell Regarding PAC and Local 1138, February 5, 1945
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, February 28, 1945
16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, Local 1103, and War Labor Board, March 1, 1945
17. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding Farm Equipment Workers, April 11, 1945
18. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Northern Pump Organization, May 18, 1945
19. DeMaio to Gaylord LeRoy Regarding Coolerator and USWA, July 11, 1945
20. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Paper Converting Machine, Hubbard Spool and Larx Manufacturing Organization, August 1, 1945
21. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Reconversion and Unemployment, August 17, 1945
Folder 35 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, September-December 1945
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Staff Members, September 1, 1945
2. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 10, 1945
3. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 14, 1945
4. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Organization, September 19, 1945
5. DeMaio to All Local Unions Regarding District Council Meeting, September 20, 1945
6. DeMaio to A. Penrod Regarding Western Electric Negotiations, October 31, 1945
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding PAC and Local 1139 with October 18, 1945, Oscar Audell Letter to UE, November 1, 1945
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Western Electric Negotiations and Wages with Wage List, November 20, 1945
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 20, 145
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Chicago Congress of Industrial Organizations, November 23, 1945
11. DeMaio to Harold Benson Regarding Staff Members, November 23, 1945
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 1153, November 23, 1945
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members with November 23, 1945, Albert Smith Letter to DeMaio, November 27, 1945
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Radio Staff Members and Organization, December 12, 1945
15. DeMaio to James Dewitt Regarding Farm Equipment Workers and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 21, 1945
Folder 36 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, January-September 1946
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Finances, January 11, 1945
2. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 29, 1946
3. DeMaio to Philip Smith Regarding Kohler Organization, March 1, 1946
4. DeMaio to Howard Fortier Regarding Local 1114 Strikes, March 29, 1946
5. DeMaio to Robert Bergstrom Regarding Local 1139 Strike at U.S. Air Conditioning, March 29, 1946
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Western Electric Organization and National Federation of Telephone Workers, April 9, 1946
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 9, 1946
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention, April 17, 1946
9. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention, April 24, 1946
10. DeMaio to Bill Cahn Regarding 1946 UE Convention, May 8, 1946
11. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 27, 1946
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 27, 1946
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Illinois Organization and Staff Members, May 27, 1946
14. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 1, 1946
15. DeMaio to Ben Riskin Regarding Staff Members, June 12, 1946
16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 2, 1946
17. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding GE and Westinghouse Strikes, August 6, 1946
18. DeMaio to Robert Bergstrom Regarding Lawn Mower Industry Organization, August 6, 1946
19. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1101 and 1135, August 6, 1946
20. DeMaio to Robert Kirkwood Regarding Rex Strike, August 6, 1946
21. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Seeger Organization, August 19, 1946
22. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Strikes and Factionalism, August 20, 1946
23. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 19, 1946
24. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 19, 1946
25. DeMaio to David Doyle Regarding Local 265 and Factionalism, September 28, 1946
Folder 37 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, October 1946-March 1947
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Organization, October 2, 1946
2. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Western Electric Organization, October 2, 1946
3. DeMaio to Orville Olson Regarding Political Action and Independent Voters of Minnesota, October 8, 1946
4. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 11, 1946
5. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 14, 1946
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Matles Visit, October 16, 1946
7. DeMaio to Willard Bliss Regarding Western Electric Negotiations, October 22, 1946
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention and Factionalism, October 25, 1946
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, October 29, 1946
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 1, 1946
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Illinois Gear Organization, November 11, 1946
12. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Veterans, November 11, 1946
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Western Electric Organization, December 4, 1946
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Organization, December 4, 1946
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Radio Broadcasts, January 16, 1947
16. DeMaio to Harold Kaklbow Regarding Staff Members, January 23, 1947
17. DeMaio to Laurence Jacobsen Regarding Springfield Organization, February 6, 1947
18. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 6, 1947
19. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 21, 1947
20. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Danville and Finances, February 26, 1947
21. DeMaio to Local 1121 Members Regarding Factionalism, February 28, 1947
22. DeMaio to Clara Fiering Regarding Western Electric Negotiations and National Federation of Telephone Workers, March 12, 1947
Folder 38 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, April 1947-January 1948
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 17, 1947
2. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 18, 1947
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, June 7, 1947
4. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Western Electric, June 6, 1947
5. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, June 17, 1947
6. DeMaio to Neil Brant Regarding Western Electric Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, August 5, 1947
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 11, 1947
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Farm Equipment Workers Merger, August 15, 1947
9. DeMaio to Bill Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Factionalism, August 21, 1947
10. DeMaio to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action and Minneapolis, August 21, 1947
11. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 26, 1947
12. DeMaio to Samuel Levin Regarding Political Action and Illinois Congress of Industrial Organizations, September 2, 1947
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, November 5, 1947
14. DeMaio to Louis Torre Regarding Local 1114 and Finances, November 8, 1947
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 22, 1947
16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding GE and Minneapolis, December 30, 1947
17. DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding Illinois CIO, Factionalism, and Political Action, January 8, 1948
18. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Disbanding of Local 1103, January 20, 1948
19. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 26, 1948
Folder 39 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, February 1948-January 1949
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Western Electric Duluth Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, February 24, 1948
2. DeMaio to John Sullivan Regarding Arbitration and Local 1154, March 22, 1948
3. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 1, 1948
4. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, April 12, 1948
5. DeMaio to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, April 12, 1948
6. DeMaio to Oscar Schmidt Regarding Local 1102 Negotiations, May 25, 1948
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 29, 1948
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances with Frank Kornacker Letter to DeMaio and Bank Statement, August 10, 1948
9. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 11, 1948
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Address Change, September 27, 1948
11. DeMaio to Charles Kersten Regarding Red-baiting, September 27, 1948
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 1114 and Factionalism, October 12, 1948
13. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1149 Strike at Belmon and African-Americans, October 19, 1948
14. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Finances, December 13, 1948
15. DeMaio to Minneapolis Local Officers Regarding Factionalism and Minneapolis, January 3, 1949
16. DeMaio to William Sentner Regarding Unemployment, January 18, 1949
Folder 40 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, February-December 1949
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Cory and Belmont Strike, February 8, 1949
2. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding 1950 UE Convention, February 28, 1949
3. DeMaio to George MacDonald Regarding Local 1117 and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, March 1, 1949
4. DeMaio to Tom Wright Regarding Belmont-Hoover Boycotts, March 28, 1949
5. DeMaio to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 1121 and Finances, March 28, 1949
6. DeMaio to James McLeish Regarding Belmont-Hoover Boycott, March 28, 1949
7. DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Finances, March 31, 1949
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding FE Merger, April 26, 1949
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, May 18, 1949
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, May 18, 1949
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Elkay Case and Local 1119, July 7, 1949
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 7, 1949
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 1114 and Factionalism, July 7, 1949
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances and Local 1119, August 15, 1949
15. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Chicago Stewards Meeting, August 22, 1949
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Locals 1150 and 1154, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, and the National Labor Relations Board, October 3, 1949
17. DeMaio to Howard Fortier Regarding Fieldcase, August 24, 1949
18-19. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1102 and Factionalism, October 5, 1949
20. DeMaio to Harry Westling Regarding Local 1138 and Factionalism, October 19, 1949
21. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Factionalism, November 11, 1949
22. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, November 11, 1949
23. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Rockford and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 26, 1949
24. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 1017 and 1124, November 30, 1949
25. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1119 and Factionalism, December 7, 1949
26. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 12, 1949

Box 3
Folder 1 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, January-May 1950
1. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 12, 1950
2. DeMaio to Chicago Mayor Regarding African-Americans and Unemployment, January 25, 1950
3. DeMaio to James Matles Regarding General Mills and Minneapolis, January 26, 1950
4. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 107F, United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, African-Americans, and Women, January 26, 1950
5. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Midland Manufacturing Organization, February 17, 1950
6. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances with Expenditures, February 21, 1950
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding UAW Inter-union Rivalry and Wages, February 22, 1950
8. DeMio to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 8, 1950
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 13, 1950
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Per Capita, March 13, 1950
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and International Harvester, March 20, 1950
12. DeMaio to Ralph Fillecia Regarding Chrysler Strike, March 20, 1950
13. DeMaio to Local Unions Regarding Mundt Bill with Statements Against Bill, March 23, 1950
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 12, 1950
15-16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Local 139F, April 12, 1950
17. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 101F and Finances, April 12, 1950
18. DeMaio to B.A. Graham Regarding Negotiations and Sunbeam, May 2, 1950
19. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations at International Harvester, May 3, 1950
20. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Local 1150, May 3, 1950
Folder 2 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, May-October 1950
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 9, 1950
2. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Local 189F, May 9, 1950
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, Women, and African-Americans, May 9, 1950
4. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 101F, May 11, 1950
5. DeMaio to David Ratner Regarding Finances, May 12, 1950
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding United Auto Workers and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, July 14, 1950
7. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 108F and Per Capita, July 20, 1950
8. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 27, 1950
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 27, 1950
10. DeMaio to Edward Matthews Regarding Seniority, August 17, 1950
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 21, 1950
12. DeMaio to Janet Barish Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, August 24, 1950
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, August 24, 1950
14. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1131 and Finances, September 1, 1950
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1950
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Inter-union Rivalry, September 29, 1950
17. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Inter-union Rivalry, October 6, 1950
18-19. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 6, 1950
Folder 3 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, November 1950-March 1951
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 7, 1950
2. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 8, 1950
3. DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Peoria and Staff Members, November 10, 1950
4. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Passport Denial, November 10, 1950
5. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 107F, November 10, 1950
6. DeMaio to All Concerned with American Democracy Regarding Passport Denial with a Letter to R.B. Shipley and November 14, 1950, Letter to Oliver Franks, November 16, 1950
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 108F and Staff Members, December 19, 1950
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1950
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 5, 1951
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding UAW Inter-union Rivalry and Wages, January 16, 1951
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 18, 1950
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Wage-Price Conference, January 18, 1951
13. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Downstate Illinois and Staff Members, January 26, 1951
14. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Tri-state Wage Conference, January 30, 1951
15. DeMaio to All Locals Regarding Wage Conference, February 2, 1951
16. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 4, 1951
17. DeMaio to David Scribner Regarding Finances, February 15, 1951
18. DeMaio to Robert Mintz Regading Staff Members, February 23, 1951
19. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 2, 1951
20. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members and South Bend, March 26, 1951
21. DeMaio to Ernest Thompson Regarding National Negro Labor Council, March 22, 1951
22. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 30, 1951
23. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 30, 1951
Folder 4 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, April-May 1951
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 4, 1951
2. DeMaio to Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Sunbeam, April 11, 1951
3. DeMaio to B.A. Graham Regarding Sunbeam Negotiations and NLRB, April 11, 1951
4. DeMaio to UE Locals Regarding African-Americans, April 16, 1951
5. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding 1952 UE Convention, April 16, 1951
6. DeMaio to Sir Regarding Wages with Advertisement, April 11, 1951
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Rockford and Inter-union Rivalry, April 24, 1951
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, African-Americans, Chicanos, and Inter-union Rivalry, April 27, 1951
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 161F and White Collar Workers, May 1, 1951
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Local 161F, May 1, 1951
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding African-Americans and Louisville, May 3, 1951
12. DeMaio to All District 11 Locals Regarding Political Action with May 3, 1951, DeMaio Letter to Ed Marciniak and National Committee for Peaceful Alternatives, May 8, 1951
Folder 5 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, May-November 1951
1. Ernest DeMaio to David Ratner Regarding International Harvester Conference Board, May 9, 1951
2. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 9, 1951
3. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 17, 1951
4. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 17, 1951
5. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances with Bills, May 17, 1951
6. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry with the IUE and International Association of Machinists, June 1, 1951
7. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 1, 1951
8. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Christofel Case, June 7, 1951
9. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, June 21, 1951
10. DeMaio to Illinois Locals Regarding Political Action, June 28, 1951
11. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding 1951 UE Convention, July 12, 1951
12. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding DeMaio Trial, July 12, 1951
13. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 25, 1951
14. DeMaio to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, August 2, 1951
15. DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding District Council Meeting, August 29, 1951
16. DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding War Labor Board, August 31, 1951
17. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, October 2, 1951
18. DeMaio to Matles Regarding DeKalb GE and Inter-union Rivalry with IUE and IAM, October 11, 1951
19. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Minneapolis Organization and Moline Louisville, October 19, 1951
20. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding National Negro Labor Council, October 28, 1951
21. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Worthington Pump and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, October 31, 1951
22. DeMaio to Chicago Locals Regarding Wages and Political Action with Car Suggestions, November 29, 1951
Folder 6 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, January-March 1952
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Tora Manufacturing and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, January 2, 1952
2. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Political Action, January 2, 1952
3. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Smith Act, January 3, 1952
4. DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 4, 1952
5. DeMaio to Anthony DeMaio Regarding Red-baiting and Political Action, January 8, 1952
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 14, 1952
7. DeMaio to David Ratner Regading Staff Finances, January 14, 1952
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Wisconsin Steel, United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, and Company Union, February 5, 1952
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, February 15, 1952
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances and Local 1111, February 15, 1952
11-12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 15, 1952
13. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Valentino Case, February 18, 1952
14. DeMaio to Local Union Regarding District Council Meeting, February 22, 1952
15. DeMaio to Brothers Regarding Red-baiting, United Auto Workers Local 600, and National Negro Labor Council with Raymond Dennis Letter to All Trade Unions, March 11, 1952
16. DeMaio to All UE Locals Regarding Local 1113 Lock-out, March 20, 1952
Folder 7 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, April-November 1952
1. Ernest DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding Local 1113 Lock-out with April 21, 1952, Emil Mueluer Letter, April 22, 1952
2. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Radio Broadcasts, April 8, 1952
3. DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 6, 1952
4. DeMaio to Stanley Loney Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, May 23, 1952
5. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 23, 1952
6. DeMaio to Matles Regarding International Harvester and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 24, 1952
7. DeMaio to David Ratner Regarding Finances, June 30, 1952
8. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding Lynn GE and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, July 1, 1952
9. DeMaio to Anthony DeMaio Regarding Trans World Airlines Cities and Staff Members, July 15, 1952
10. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding International Harvester Council and Finances, July 24, 1952
11. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Taxation, August 1, 1952
12. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances and International Harvester Strike, August 21, 1952
13. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, August 29, 1952
14. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding International Harvester Strike, August 29, 1952
15. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Quad Cities, August 29, 1952
16. DeMaio to Sir Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, September 3, 1952
17. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Sentner Case, September 30, 1952
18. DeMaio to Pietro Lucchi Regarding International Harvester Strike, African-Americans, and UAW Inter-union Rivalry, October 24, 1952
19. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 24, 1952
20. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 30, 1952
21. DeMaio to Matles Regarding International Harvester Strike and Minneapolis-Moline Contracts, November 20, 1952
22. DeMaio to Matles Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 20, 1952
Folder 8 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, December 1952-September 1953
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding International Harvester Strike, December 1, 1952
2. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 1140 and 1145, January 13, 1953
3. DeMaio to Matles Regarding International Harvester Strike, January 16, 1953
4. DeMaio to Meyers and Rothstein Regarding Ward Case, January 16, 1953
5. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Ward Case and International Harvester Strike, January 16, 1953
6. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 23, 1953
7. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 1119 Disbanding, January 30, 1953
8. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Finances, Janaury 23, 1953
9. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1145 and Inter-union Rivalry with IUE and Teamsters, February 27, 1953
10. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Local 1153 and Finances, February 27, 1953
11. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 5, 1953
12. DeMaio to Emspak Regarding Women, March 24, 1953
13. DeMaio to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 111, March 30, 1953
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 1114 Strike at Honeywell in Minneapolis, April 9, 1953
15. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding African-Americans and Women, May 18, 1953
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 22, 1953
17. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 8, 1953
18. DeMaio to David Ratner Regarding Finances, September 30, 1953
Folder 9 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, October 1953-June 1955
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Local 1114 Strike at Brad Foote and American Gear and Inter-union Rivalry with the United Steelworkers and Teamsters, October 15, 1953
2. DeMaio to David Ratner Regarding Locals 107F and 108F and Per Capita, October 20, 1953
3. DeMaio to Matthew Bednarz Regarding Finances and Locals 101F and 141F, October 26, 1953
4. DeMaio to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, November 10, 1953
5. DeMaio to Robert Logsdon Regarding Finances, December 29, 1953
6. DeMaio to Fred Saniat Regarding Local 1114 and Miehle Press Separate Charter, December 29, 1953
7. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 107 and Inter-union Rivalry, January 15, 1954
8. DeMaio to Don Harris Regarding National Dairy Producers Conference, January 26, 1954
9. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 23, 1954
10. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 1150, September 1, 1954
11. DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding UE News, September 2, 1954
12. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 14, 1954
13. DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding Square D Strike and United Auto Workers, September 15, 1954
14. DeMaio to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, September 20, 1954
15. DeMaio to Matles Regarding International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, September 22, 1954
16. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 4, 1954
17. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 15, 1954
18. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Local 1114, December 27, 1954
19. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Unity, May 4, 1955
20. DeMaio to Joe Falis Regarding Local 207 Strike at Lander, June 13, 1955
Folder 10 District 11 Ernest DeMaio Outgoing Correspondence, September-December 1955
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, September 28, 1955
2. DeMaio to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Unity Factionalism, October 24, 1955
3. DeMaio to District 11 Locals Regarding Westinghouse Strike, October 26, 1955
4. DeMaio to Brothers Regarding Westinghouse Strike, December 30, 1955
5. DeMaio to Fitzgerald Regarding Midwest Visit, December 30, 1955
Folder 11 District 11 President Ernest DeMaio District 11 Correspondence, 1956-1961
Folder 12 District 11 President Ernest DeMaio District 11 Correspondence, 1962-1967
Folder 13 District 11 President Ernest DeMaio District 11 Correspondence, 1968-1975
Folder 14 District 11 Buford Eastman Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1942
1. James Carey to Buford Eastman Regarding Minneapolis Visit, December 18, 1939
2. Carey to Eastman Regarding Citizens Council for National Defense, September 25, 1940
3. Carey to Eastman Regarding Factionalism, November 25, 1940
4. Carey to Eastman Regarding Factionalism, December 5, 1940
5. Julius Emspak to Eastman Regarding Per Capita, Minneapolis, and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, July 11, 1941
6. Emspak to Eastman Regarding Milwaukee Organization, February 7, 1941
7. Emspak to Eastman Regarding Local 1150 Organization, May 8, 1941
8. Emspak to Eastman Regarding Per Capita, November 7, 1941
9. Emspak to Eastman Regarding Supplies, January 22, 1942
10. Emspak to Eastman Regarding Local 1113 and Factionalism, March 11, 1942
11. Emspak to Eastman Regarding Districts 8 and 11, May 13, 1942
12. Albert Fitzgerald to Eastman Regarding Military Service, February 5, 1942
Folder 15 District 11 Buford Eastman Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1941
1. James Matles to Buford Eastman Regarding Staff Members and the CIO Convention, November 28, 1938
2. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, November 29, 1938
3. Matles to Eastman Regarding Chicago Organization, December 6, 1938
4. Matles to Eastman Regarding Factionalism, April 27, 1939
5. Matles to Eastman Regarding Warwick Radio Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 20, 1939
6. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Milwaukee, October 2, 1939
7. Matles to Eastman Regarding Warwick Radio Organization and Locals 1109 and 1121 with September 25, 1939 George Hayden Letter to James Carey and September 26, 1939, Victoria Berek Letter to Carey, October 2, 1939
8. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, October 3, 1939
9. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, November 8, 1939
10. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, January 9, 1940
11. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, January 18, 1940
12. Matles to Eastman Regarding UE News, February 9, 1940
13. Matles to Eastman Regarding the General Executive Board and Minnesota Congress of Industrial Organizations, August 2, 1950
14. Matles to Eastman Regarding Per Capita and Honeywell Organization, September 27, 1940
15. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Milwaukee, January 20, 1941
16. Matles to Eastman Regarding Chicago Organization and Staff Members, February 4, 1941
17. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, February 7, 1941
18. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, May 8, 1941
19. Matles to Eastman Regarding Garage Dealers Strike, May 15, 1941
20. Matles to Eastman Regarding Garage Workers Strike and Minneapolis Honeywell, May 26, 1941
21. Matles to Eastman Regarding Minneapolis Visit, July 7, 1941
22. Matles to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Organization, July 22, 1941
23. Matles to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Organization, August 5, 1941
24. Matles to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Organization, August 6, 1941
Folder 16 District 11 Buford Eastman Incoming Correspondence, 1941-1943
1. James Matles to Buford Eastman Regarding Staff Members, August 26, 1941
2. Matles to Eastman Regarding Mitchell Battery Organization, September 10, 1941
3. Matles to Eastman Regarding Twentieth Century Brass and Electric Machine Negotiations, September 12, 1941
4. Matles to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Organization, September 22, 1941
5. Matles to Eastman Regarding Minneapolis Visit, Battery Shops Elections, and Electric Machinery Strike, October 2, 1941
6. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Chicago, October 23, 1941
7. Matles to Eastman Regarding Jordan Electric and Grant Battery Organization, October 31, 1941
8. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members and Conscription, November 12, 1941
9. Matles to Eastman Regarding National Battery Organization and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 12, 1941
10. Matles to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Organization, November 25, 1941
11. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, November 25, 1941
12. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, December 4, 1941
13. Matles to Eastman Regarding Finances and Locals 11 and 5, December 5, 1941
14. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, January 13, 1942
15. Matles to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Organization, January 19, 1942
16. Matles to Eastman Regarding Owatanna Organization, January 19, 1942
17. Matles to Eastman Regarding Foundry Workers and Molders Inter-union Rivalry, January 22, 1942
18. Matles to Eastman Regarding Seniority and General Motors, February 19, 1942
19. Matles to Eastman Regarding Local 1145 and Finances, February 25, 1942
20. Matles to Eastman Regarding the FBI, March 9, 1942
21. Matles to Eastman Regarding Vacations, March 12, 1942
22. Matles to Eastman Regarding Conscription, April 9, 1942
23. Matles to Eastman Regarding Finances and Local 1145, April 13, 1942
24. Matles to Eastman Regarding Staff Members, April 24, 1942
25. Matles to Eastman Regarding Northwestern Auto Parts Organization, May 7, 1942
26. William Sentner to Eastman Regarding Minneapolis Moline Organization, February 8, 1942
27. Unsigned Letter to Eastman Regarding Honeywell Military Organization, July 8, 1942
28. Unsigned Letter to Eastman Regarding Factionalism, January 11, 1943
Folder 17 District 11 Buford Eastman Outgoing Correspondence, November 1938-July 1941
1. Buford Eastman to James Matles Regarding Pittsburgh Visit, November 1, 1938
2. Eastman to Matles Regarding Moline Negotiations, November 23, 1938
3. Eastman to Matles Regarding Hudson Strike, January 26, 1939
4. Eastman to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Local 1140, April 17, 1939
5. Eastman to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Minneapolis, and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, April 20, 1939
6. Eastman to Matles Regarding District Officers and Factionalism, September 29, 1939
7. Eastman to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, October 5, 1939
8. Eastman to Matles Regarding Factionalism, January 15, 1940
9. Eastman to Julius Emspak Regarding Minneapolis Honeywell Organization, March 26, 1940
10. Eastman to Matles Regarding Minneapolis Honeywell Organization, July 10, 1940
11. Eastman to Matles Regarding Minnesota Congress of Industrial Organizations, July 26, 1940
12. Eastman to Matles Regarding 1940 UE Convention and Factionalism, August 21, 1940
13. Eastman to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Organization, September 18, 1940
14. Eastman to Matles Regarding Per Capita and Milwaukee Organization, January 13, 1941
15. Eastman to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Garage Workers Strike, April 30, 1941
16. Eastman to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Minneapolis Honeywell Organization, May 9, 1941
17. Eastman to Matles Regarding Garage Workers Contract and Honeywell Organization, May 19, 1941
18. Eastman to Matles Regarding Wausau Strike, Honeywell Organization, and Independent Garages Strike, June 30, 1941
19. Eastman to Emspak Regarding Wages, Battery Industry, and Per Capita, July 3, 1941
20. Eastman to Matles Regarding Local 1146, Per Capita, Honeywell Organization, and Independent Garages Strike, July 18, 1941
21. Eastman to Emspak Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, Battery Industry Wages, and Local 1111, July 23, 1941
22. Eastman to Matles Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry and Honeywell Organization with Leaflet and Newspaper Clipping, July 25, 1941
Folder 18 District 11 Buford Eastman Outgoing Correspondence, August 1941-January 1942
1. Buford Eastman to James Matles Regarding Battery Workers and Honeywell Organization, August 8, 1941
2. Eastman to Julius Emspak Regarding Honeywell Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, August 13, 1941
3. Eastman to Matles Regarding Honeywell Organization and Strikes, September 10, 1941
4. Eastman to Matles Regarding Honeywell Organization and National Labor Relations Board, September 16, 1941
5. Eastman to Matles Regarding Honeywell Organization, Local 1139, Molders Inter-union Rivalry, Organization, and Strikes, September 30, 1941
6. Eastman to Matles Regarding Hill Manufacturing Contract, Mitchell Battery Organization, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, and Local 1139, October 6, 1941
7. Eastman to Matles Regarding Local 1139, Foundry Workers Inter-union Rivalry with Molders and Factionalism, October 15, 1941
8. Eastman to Matles Regarding Battery Workers Negotiations, Honeywell Organization, and Factionalism, October 20, 1941
9. Eastman to Matles Regarding Honeywell Organization and Staff Members, October 21, 1941
10. Eastman to Matles Regarding Battery Industry Organization, October 24, 1941
11. Eastman to Matles Regarding Battery Shops Contract and Moline Organization, October 29, 1941
12. Eastman to Matles Regarding International Harvester Organization, Inter-union Rivalry, and Staff Members, November 26, 1941
13. Eastman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, November 26, 1941
14. Eastman to Emspak Regarding Local 1145, Finances, Battery Shops Wages, and Unemployment, December 5, 1941
15. Eastman to Matles Regarding National Battery, IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, and Staff Members, December 10, 1941
16. Eastman to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Women, December 23, 1941
17. Eastman to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Owatanna Organization, January 6, 1942
18. Eastman to Matles Regarding Honeywell Organization, January 7, 1942
19. Eastman to Emspak Regarding Local 1138 and Factionalism, January 9, 1942
20. Eastman to Matles Regarding Seniority with Certificate, January 14, 1942
21. Eastman to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 23, 1942
22. Eastman to Fitzgerald Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations Victory Conference, January 27, 1942
Folder 19 District 11 Buford Eastman Outgoing Correspondence, February-December 1942
1. Buford Eastman to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Minnesota Congress of Industrial Organizations, February 4, 1942
2. Eastman to Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 20, 1942
3. Eastman to Matles Regarding Vacations and Local 1145, February 27, 1942
4. Eastman to Matles Regarding the FBI, March 2, 1942
5. Eastman to Matles Regarding Negotiations and Contracts, March 5, 1942
6. Eastman to Matles Regarding Contracts, March 14, 1942
7. Eastman to Julius Emspak Regarding Productivity Councils and Organization, March 13, 1942
8. Eastman to Matles Regarding Kaidong Contract and Local 1140, March 30, 1942
9. Eastman to Matles Regarding Army, April 1, 1942
10. Eastman to Emspak Regarding District 8 and Moline, May 5, 1942
11. Eastman to Matles Regarding Pioneer Engineering Contract, May 7, 1942
12. Eastman to Matles Regarding Northwestern Auto Parks Organization, May 13, 1942
13. Eastman to Matles Regarding Local 1121 and General Motors Service Organization, May 19, 1942
14. Eastman to Emspak Regarding Military, June 28, 1942
15. Eastman to Emspak Regarding Military and Factionalism, December 20, 1942
Folder 20 District 11 Frank Rosen Correspondence, 1974-1980
Folder 21 District 11 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1950
1. James Carey to Larry Kimmel Regarding King Colonial Negotiations and Grunow Strike, May 27, 1936
2. Carey to Kimmel Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, December 2, 1936
3. Carey to Kimmel Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, December 7, 1936
4. Carey to Kimmel Regarding Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, January 19, 1937
5. Carey to Kimmel Regarding Organization and Staff Members, January 22, 1937
6. Carey to Kimmel Regarding Organization, March 18, 1937
7. Carey to Kimmel Regarding Organization, April 2, 1937
8. Carey to Kimmel, November 29, 1938
9. Carey to Kimmel, June 6, 1939
10. Julius Emspak to Kimmel Regarding RCA Strike, July 7, 1936
11. Emspak to Kimmel Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, August 14, 1936
12. Emspak to Kimmel Regarding District Council, March 25, 1937
13. Emspak to Kimmel Regarding Minneapolis Organization, December 18, 1937
14. Emspak to Harry Wold Regarding Organization, July 16, 1941
15. Emspak to Wold Regarding Civil Service, July 17, 1941
16. Emspak to Harley Wright Regarding District 11 Officers, June 25, 1942
17. Emspak to General Executive Board Members Regarding Dues and Veterans, May 31, 1945
18. Emspak to R. Bergstrom Regarding Finances, April 27, 1949
19. Emspak to Wayne Smith Regarding Finances, April 13, 1950
20. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District 11 Officers, July 8, 1942
21. Fitzgerald Regarding Womens' Conference, March 20, 1945
Folder 22 District 11 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1955
1. James Matles Regarding Organization, July 9, 1937
2. Matles Regarding Minneapolis and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, October 8, 1937
3. Matles to Larry Kimmel Regarding Staff Members, Organization, District Constitution, and Minnesota, January 19, 1938
4. Matles to Kimmel Regarding Staff Members, February 2, 1938
5. Matles to Albert Scheluis Regarding Westinghouse and Boycotts, March 2, 1938
6. Matles to Kimmel Regarding Finances, April 2, 1938
7. Matles to Kimmel Regarding Factionalism and Finances, April 11, 1938
8. Matles to Kimmel Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, April 19, 1938
9. Matles to Kimmel Regarding ABC Washing and District 8, May 11, 1938
10. Matles to Kimmel Regarding Local 1138 Organization, July 5, 1938
11. Matles to Kimmel Regarding Midwest Trip, July 27, 1938
12. Matles to Harley Wright Regarding Staff Members, September 22, 1942
13. Matles to Robert Wishart Regarding Strikes, January 8, 1946
14. Matles to Wishart Regarding Staff Members, January 9, 1946
15. Matles to Wishart Regarding Westinghouse and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 31, 1946
16. Matles to Forrest Emerson Regarding UE News, July 27, 1950
17. Matles to Wilham Burch Regarding International Harvester and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 8, 1955
18. William Sentner Regarding International Harvester and UAW Inter-union Rivalry with Leaflet, October 18, 1950
19. Al Stonkus to Earl McGrew Regarding Steelworkers Organizing Committee Inter-union Rivalry, Factionalism, and Tuthill Pump, September 27, 1939
Folder 23 District 11 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1936-1950
1. Frat Emerson to Beecher Regarding "F" Locals, April 4, 1950
2. Emerson to James Matles Regarding Women's Auxliaries with Charter and Constitution Excerpt, June 12, 1950
3. Emerson to Matles, June 26, 1950
4. Emerson to Matles Regarding Red-baiting, Factionalism, and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, October 25, 1950
5. Larry Kimmel to James Matles Regarding Sears Negotiation and Zenith Organization, June 1, 1936
6. Kimmel to Matles Regarding Local 1031B, January 20, 1937
7. Kimmel to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization of District Council, March 12, 1937
8. Kimmel to Matles Regarding Organization of District Council, March 12, 1937
9. Kimmel to Matles Regarding Mechanics Educational Society of America and Factionalism, March 25, 1937
10. Kimmel to Matles Regarding People's Press and Zenith Organization, March 29, 1937
11. Kimmel to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, April 19, 1937
12. Kimmel to Emspak Regarding Local 1101 Finances, August 15, 1937
13. Kimmel to Emspak Regarding District Council 11, September 26, 1937
14. Kimmel to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, Officers, and Organization, December 6, 1937
15. Kimmel to Matles Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 11, 1937
16. Kimmel to Matles Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, January 2, 1938
17. Kimmel to Carey Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 3, 1938
18. Kimmel to Matles Regarding Unemployment and Finances, April 19, 1938
Folder 24 District 11 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1954
1. Larry Kimmel to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, April 9, 1938
2. Melvin Krantzler to David Scribner Regarding Contracts, January 13, 1948
3. Krantzler to James Matles Regarding United Steelworkers of America Contracts, January 4, 1940
4. Krantzler to Nat Spero Regarding Wage Stabilization Board and Tool and Die with Press Release and UE Statement, August 7, 1951
5. Krantzler to Spero Regarding Wage Stabilization Board, August 8, 1951
6. Grant Oakes to All UE Locals Regarding Foreign Policy with Brochure and Johnson Resolution, May 22, 1951
7. Sidney Ordower to Julius Emspak Regarding Chicago Visit and Emspak Case, January 18, 1954
8. Gene Raleigh to Bill Regarding Gear Plants Strike, January 5, 1945
9. Raleigh to Tom Regarding UE News, October 16, 1946
10. Raleigh to Bill Cahn Regarding UE News, August 19, 1947
11. Susanne Scherr to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Members, November 5, 1947
12. Scherr to Barish Regarding Staff Members, July 14, 1948
13. Lenore Shields to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 22, 1952
14. Alice Smith to Chicago Locals Regarding Publicity, May 23, 1951
15. William Smith to Matles Regarding African-Americans and Wisconsin Steel, August 24, 1951
16. Robert Wishart Regarding Staff Members, January 4, 1945
17. Wishart to Harry Block Regarding Minneapolis Honeywell Contracts and Brown Instrument Negotiations, March 18, 1946
18. Wishart to Block Regarding Brown Instruments Negotiations, March 28, 1946
Folder 25 District 11 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1940-1943
1. Harry Wold to Julius Emspak Regarding District Boundaries with Resolution, September 30, 1940
2. Wold to Emspak Regarding District Boundaries and Factionalism, October 31, 1940
3. Wold to UE Regarding District Council Meeting, December 1, 1940
4. Wold to James Matles Regarding the FBI, December 26, 1940
5. Wold to UE Regarding District Council Meeting, March 1941
6. Wold to Brothers Regarding District Council Meeting, June 9, 1941
7. Wold to Matles Regarding Organization, July 5, 1941
8. Wold to Emspak Regarding Civil Service and Strikes, July 7, 1941
9. Harley Wright to Emspak Regarding District 11 Officers, June 20, 1942
10. Wright to UE Regarding District Council Meeting, July 3, 1942
11. Wright to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 5, 1943
Folder 26 District 11 Correspondence, 1956-1967
Folder 27 District 11 Correspondence, 1958-1960
Folder 28 District 11 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1970-1978
Folder 29 District 11 Correspondence, 1977-1989
Folder 30 District 11 Correspondence, 1985-1986
Folder 31 District 11 Correspondence, 1987
Folder 32 District 11 Correspondence, 1988
Folder 33 District 11 Correspondence, 1989
Folder 34 District 11 Correspondence, 1990
Folder 35 District 11 Correspondence, 1991
Folder 36 District 11 Correspondence, 1992

Box 4
Folder 1 District 11 Correspondence, 1993
Folder 2 District 11 Correspondence, 1994
Folder 3 District 11 Correspondence Subsidies and Other Monies, 1956-1967
Folder 4 District 11 Financial Statements/Reports, June 1939-February 28, 1954
Folder 5 District 11 Finances, 1943-1952
1. Per Capita Payment, 1943
2. Defense Fund Payments, April 1946
3. UE Convention Fund, December 12, 1946
4. Money Owed by Staff Members, May 1951
5. Attorney Bill, October 30, 1951
6. DeKalb Budget, December 1951
7. District Expenses, March 1952
8. Telephone Bills, November 12, 1925
Folder 6 District 11 Reports on Local Dues and Per Capita Increase, 1953
Folder 7 District 11 Subsidies and Other Monies, 1979-1983
Folder 8 District 11 Newspapers, Chicago UE News, March 31, 1942-April 12, 1948
Folder 9 District 11 Newspapers, Minnesota UE News, June 12, 1942-September 1, 1942
Folder 10 District 11 Newspapers, 1943-1953
1. War Plant Worker, May 1943
2. UE Wisconsin Bulletin, April 1, 1950
3. District 11 Council Bulletin, November 1950
4. District Reporter, April 1951
5. March of Labor, April 1951
6. Staff Newsletter, February 12, 1953
Folder 11 District 11 Pamphlets, Fair Labor Directory, May 1941
Folder 12 District 11 Pamphlets, 1944-1946
1. UE Guide to Unemployment Compensation, 1945
2. Your Wage Case, 1944
3. Uncle Sam Says OK, January 28, 1944
4. Insurance Against Atomic Warfare, 1946
5. Congressional Record Regarding Political Action, January 1947
Folder 13 District 11 Pamphlets, 1947-1948
1. Negro History Folder, February 1947
2. A Message to All International Register Workers Regarding Company Union, March 11, 1948
3. The Trend Towards Depression, March 23, 1948
4. Taking The Offensive Regarding Political Action, 1948
5. Keisten Edgers Democracy, 1948
Folder 14 District 11 Pamphlets, America Today Regarding Economics, 1949
Folder 15 District 11 Pamphlets, 1949-1951
1. Protecting Workers Health and Welfare, January 1949
2. The Case History of a Fink, 1950
3. Negro Press Information, June 1950
4. Mr. Organized Labor Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, 1951
Folder 16 District 11 Pamphlets, 1951-1952
1. Federal Grand Jury Hearings Regarding Red-baiting, 1951
2. Fact Sheet on HUAC, March 1952
3. Local Elections to Start Soon Regarding United Auto Workers Local 600, May 1952
Folder 17 District 11 Pamphlets, Frame Up of Harold Ward, October 1952
Folder 18 District 11 Pamphlets, 1953-1954
1. Basic Statement of the UE Regarding Farm Policy, October 1953
2. Ernest DeMaio Letter to All Local Unions Regarding Inter-union, October 14, 1954
3. The Truth About the Fifth Amendment, 1954
4. Depression, 1954
Folder 19 District 11 Leaflets, 1942-1954, undated
1. "UE Petition Brings Labor Board Election" Regarding GE Organization and Chicago Service, March 1942
2. "Removal Notice," November 1942
3. "17 Cents Per Hour," May 31, 1944
4. "This Union Hall Gives Members Fun," May 25, 1944
5. "A Union Educated for Democracy" Regarding Political Action, April 16, 1944
6. "Victory" Regarding Unemployment, 1945
7. "The Crisis Is Here" Regarding Political Action and Railroad Strike with Press Release, 1946
8. Ernest DeMaio Letter to District 11 Locals Regarding Political Action and Congress of Industrial Organization Factionalism with Germano Letter, June 8, 1948
9. "Statement on Autonomy" Regarding Political Action and CIO, 1948
10. "Communications Workers" Regarding Communication Workers of America, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and Western Electric, April 8, 1948
11. "CWA Extends To You" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Western Electric with Membership Card, 1948
12. "Special Notice" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 3, 1949
13. Grant Oakes Letter to Chicago Locals Regarding Chicago Committee for Labor Unity, November 28, 1950
14. "The People Have Too Little," 1951
15. "Strike Break to Hit Chicago" Regarding International Harvester Strike and House of Un-American Activities Committee, September 3, 1952
16. "Get Congress Out of the Strike Breaking Business" Regarding International Harvester Strike and HUAC, 1952
17. "McCarthyite Political Circus in Chicago," March 12, 1954
18. "He's Depending on You" Regarding Hurley Organization, n.d.
19. "Post-war Jobs for All," n.d.
20. "It's Your Fight Too" Regarding Local 16 Typographical Workers Strike, n.d.
Folder 20 District 11 Press Releases, 1945-1951
1. Regarding Chicago CIO and Factionalism, September 21, 1945
2. Regarding Political Action and CIO, January 8, 1948
3. Regarding United Auto Workers, April 21, 1948
4. Regarding African-Americans, January 25, 1950
5. Regarding Sunbeam, Firing and IUE inter-union Rivalry with Leaflet, February 10, 1950
6. Regarding Sunbeam, Firing and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, March 1, 1950
7. Regarding United Auto Workers Chrysler Strike, March 20, 1950
8. Regarding UAW Inter-union Rivalry, International Harvester and Borg Warner, April 21, 1950
9. Regarding Wage Freeze and International Harvester Conference Board, January 28, 1951
10. Regarding Railroad Strike, February 6, 1951
11. Regarding Farm Equipment Freeze with Gerald Fielde Letter to Charles Brannan, April 5, 1951
Folder 21 District 11 Newspaper Clippings, 1947
1. "State CIO Faction Out to Oust Reds," August 22, 1947
2. "State CIO Council Raps Monopolies," August 22, 1947
3. "Levin Urges Labor to Unite," August 22, 1947
4. "Skirmishes on Labor Front," August 23, 1947
5. "Fisticuffs Mar State CIO," August 23, 1947
6. "Showdown Battle Due Over Reds in CIO," August 23, 1947
7. "Fists Fly at State Convention," August 23, 1947
8. "Fists Fly Again at CIO Rally," August 24, 1947
9. "Germano New State CIO Chief," August 24, 1947
10. "Right Wing State CIO Control," August 25, 1947
11. "Rightists Get 5 Board Posts," August 25, 1947
12. "Union Boss Cleared of Red Charge," August 26, 1947
13. "Rooting the Reds," August 27, 1947
Folder 22 District 11 Newspaper Clippings, 1948-1952
1. "Red Shot Reuther," April 21, 1948
2. "UAW to Offer Reward in Reuther Case," April 21, 1948
3. "Article Blasts at Reuther," April 21, 1948
4. "Reuther A Fighter of Reds in Unions," April 21, 1948
5. "Hunt Reuther's Foe," April 21, 1948
6. "Carey's Rebellion," July 1, 1952
Folder 23 District 11 Organization at Levinson Radio Stores, 1935-1937
1. Federal Local 19774 Contract, December 18, 1935
2. Julius Emspak to Hugh Kerwin, February 9, 1937
3. H. Kerwin to Emspak, February 11, 1937
4. Memo, 1937
Folder 24 District 11 National Labor Relations Board Staff, 1937
1. James Carey to Leonard Bajork, May 11, 1937
2. Bajork to Carey, May 17, 1937
Folder 25 District 11 Organization at Montana Dakota Utilities, 1937
1. C. Kruger to G. Sutherland, September 28, 1937
2. C. Kruger to Larry Kimmel, October 8, 1937
3. Application for Membership, October 8, 1937
4. Letter to Frank Kruger, October 15, 1937
5. Albert Stonkus to Frank Kruger, October 30, 1937
6. Guy Thomas to Stonkus, November 3, 1937
7. Frank Kruger to Stonkus, November 4, 1937
8. Stonkus to Thomas, November 8, 1937
9. Stonkus to Frank Kruger, November 8, 1937
10. Membership Applications, November 8, 1937
11. Thomas to Stonkus, November 9, 1937
12. Thomas to Stonkus, November 10, 1937
13. Letter to Thomas, November 12, 1937
14. Thomas to Stonkus, December 1, 1937
15. Stonkus to Thomas, December 3, 1937
Folder 26 District 11 Princeton CIO Minutes, September 16-October 7, 1938
Folder 27 District 11 Minneapolis Sub-district Minutes, May 8, 1938
Folder 28 District 11 Minneapolis Sub-district Minutes, October 9, 1938
Folder 29 District 11 Organization at Centralia, 1938-1939
1. John Mentler to James Carey, November 4, 1938
2. James Matles to Mentler, November 10, 1938
3. Frederick Shlageter to Matles, November 29, 1938
4. Matles to Schlageter, December 2, 1938
5. Dwight Kirkland to Carey, December 1938
6. John Lewis to Carey with Letter to Kirkland, December 3, 1938
7. Carey to Kirkland, January 3, 1939
Folder 30 District 11 Organization at Continental Electric, 1939
1. Letter to James Carey, February 19, 1939
2. Carey to Philip Peterson, February 24, 1939
3. George Stewart to Ernest Arvidson, May 13, 1939
Folder 31 District 11 Grievances for Meissner Electric, 1937-1939
1. James Watson to James Carey with December 23, 1937, Meissner Memo; January 7, 1938, Meissner Memo; and January 10, 1938, Meissner Memo, October 18, 1939
2. Carey to Watson, November 9, 1939
Folder 32 District 11 Allis Chalmers Strike, 1939
1. Gardner to James Matles, May 23, 1939
2. Gardner to Matles, May 24, 1939
3. J. Steelman to Matles, May 24, 1939
4. Gardner to Matles, May 25, 1939
Folder 33 District 11 Organizational Proposal, 1939-1940
1. James Carey to District 11 Locals, November 10, 1939
2. Harry Westling to Carey, November 18, 1939
3. Edwin Fesler to Carey, November 24, 1939
4. Carl Grosse to Carey, November 26, 1939
5. Julius Kitler to Carey, December 11, 1939
6. Carey to District 11 Officers, December 12, 1939
7. Grosse to Carey, December 21, 1939
8. Carey to Grosse, January 9, 1940
9. Harold Miller to Julius Emspak, February 12, 1940
10. Kitler to Carey, February 21, 1940
11. Florence Michaels to Emspak, February 24, 1940
12. Grosse to Emspak, February 25, 1940
13. Harry Wold to Carey, March 11, 1940
14. Arne Wanhala to Carey, March 23, 1940
15. Memo, 1940
Folder 34 District 11 Organization in Minneapolis Area, 1941-1942
1. William Mauseth to James Matles, January 13, 1941
2. Ernie Roemer to Julius Emspak, February 25, 1941
3. Roemer to Matles, February 25, 1941
4. Matles to Roemer, March 3, 1941
5. Mauseth to Matles, October 23, 1941
6. Mauseth to Matles, October 27, 1941
7. Matles to Mauseth, October 31, 1941
8. Mauseth to Matles, November 10, 1941
9. Mauseth to Matles, November 17, 1941
10. Mauseth Organizers Report, November 29, 1941
11. Mauseth to Matles with Plant List, November 29, 1941
12. Mauseth to Matles, December 26, 1941
13. Mauseth to Matles, February 17, 1942
Folder 35 District 11 Organization at Twin City Ordinance, 1942
1. G.E. McDonald to UE, May 7, 1942
2. James Matles to MacDonald, May 19, 1942
Folder 36 District 11 Productivity Committee for Minneapolis Moline, 1942
1. W.C. MacFarlane to William Mauseth with Orders, June 29, 1942
2. Mauseth to Russ Nixon, July 2, 1942
Folder 37 District 11 Organization in Chicago, 1942-1943
1. Memo, January 1942
2. Sol Potegal to James Matles with December 8, 1942, Matles Letter to Ernest DeMaio, December 2, 1942
3. John Davidson Organizer Report, July 17, 1943
4-7. Davidson Organizer Reports, August 21-September 25, 1943
8. Memo from William Sentner with Letter to Julius Emspak, October 19, 1943
9. Jack Rittenhoose to Emspak with Newspaper, October 30, 1943
10. Davidson Organizer Report, November 18, 1943
Folder 38 District 11 Price Control and Wages, 1943
1. Ernest DeMaio to All Officers, February 8, 1943
2. DeMaio to All Officers, February 8, 1943
3. Louis Majors Letter, March 30, 1943
Folder 39 District 11 Staff Member John Davidson, 1943
1. James Matles to John Davidson, September 2, 1943
2. Matles to Davidson, October 5, 1943
Folder 40 District 11 Factionalism and Minnesota CIO, 1943
1. Bob Wishart to Julius Emspak, October 1943
2. R.A. Carlson to Emspak, October 21, 1943
Folder 41 District 11 Staff Assignments and Finances, 1943-1945
1. Attendence Report, May 1943
2. Evaluation of Staff Members with October 18, 1943, T. Louis Majors Letter to Julius Emspak, October 1943
3. Staff Report with November 16, 1943, Robert Kirkwood Letter to Emspak, October 1943
4. Staff Report with December 11, 1943, Majors Letter to Emspak, November 1943
5. Staff Meeting Minutes, December 30, 1943
6. Staff Report, June 11, 1944
7. Staff Report, July 8, 1944
8. Gianopoulos Staff Application, August 26, 1944
9. Emspak to Majors, December 19, 1944
10. Emspak to Leonard Lewin with Mileage Plan, December 19, 1944
11. Wages Schedule, August 1945
12. Disposition of Staff, October 1, 1945
Folder 42 District 11 Organization, 1944-1945
1. Report, July 19, 1944
2. Report with Newspaper Clipping and Brochure, September 9, 1944
3. Report, October 30, 1945
Folder 43 District 11 Local 1150 Finances, 1945
1. Esther Tice to Julius Emspak, February 8, 1945
2. Emspak to Tice, March 12, 1945
3. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, March 12, 1945
Folder 44 District 11 Organization of Minneapolis Honeywell Foremen, 1945
1. Robert Wishart to John Brophy, September 16, 1945
2. Fullerton Fulton to Albert Fitzgerald, October 1, 1945
Folder 45 District 11 Staff Member Squires, 1945
1. William Sentner to James Matles, November 29, 1945
2. Ernest DeMaio to Matles, November 29, 1945
Folder 46 District 11 Rockford CIO, 1946
1. H. Benson to Roose, January 9, 1946
2. E.V. Roose to Ernie DeMaio, January 11, 1946
3. Dave Ratner to DeMaio, January 14, 1946
Folder 47 District 11 Organization at General Mills, 1946
1. Anthony DeMaio to Selma Kaslick, July 19, 1946
2. Kaslick to DeMaio, July 25, 1946
Folder 48 District 11 Political Action, 1946
1. Philip Murray to Albert Fitzgerald, September 18, 1946
2. Jack Kroll to Fitzgerald with Conference Call, September 19, 1946
3. Robert Wishart to Julius Emspak, September 19, 1946
4. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, October 4, 1946
Folder 49 District 11 Organizers Reports at Giovanning, August 24, 1946-August 9, 1947
Folder 50 District 11 Staff Member Procedures, 1947
1. James Matles to All Field Organizers, March 6, 1947
2. Matles to Leo Turner, March 6, 1947
Folder 51 District 11 Staff Members at Emerson, 1947
1. Bill Gandall to Dave, September 10, 1947
2. David Ratner to Ernest DeMaio, September 11, 1947
Folder 52 District 11 Factionalism in Illinois CIO, 1947-1948
1. Memo Regarding Convention, August 26, 1947
2. Michael Mann to All Affiliates, January 6, 1948
Folder 53 District 11 Factionalism in Local 1114, 1947-1948
1. Andrew McFarlane to James Matles, December 26, 1947
2. Matles to McFarlane, January 9, 1948
3. Matles to Ernest DeMaio, January 9, 1948
4. Robert Mintz to Matles, March 23, 1948
Folder 54 District 11 Political Action at Iron Range, 1948
1. John Bernard to Julius Emspak, February 16, 1948
2. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio, February 26, 1948
Folder 55 District 11 Midwest Guardian, 1948
1. Ray Munson to Tom Wright, May 1948
2. Enoch Johnson to Julius Emspak, May 27, 1948
3. Roy Haugen to Emspak, May 28, 1948
4. Anthony to Emspak, June 2, 1948
5. Ernest DeMaio to Emspak, June 3, 1948
6. Munson to Wright, June 1948
7. Alice Smith to Wright, June 3, 1948
Folder 56 District 11 Factionalism in Local 1150, 1949
1. Walter Winchester to UE, January 1949
2. Julius Emspak to Winchester, January 18, 1949
Folder 57 District 11 Staff Member John Jacobsen, 1949
1. John Jacobsen to Julius Emspak, February 12, 1949
2. James Matles to Jacobsen, February 17, 1949
Folder 58 District 11 Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
1. James Matles to International Representatives, November 29, 1949
2. Phil Smith to Matles, November 30, 1949
3. Memo, November 30, 1949
4. T. Louis Majors to Emspak, December 1, 1949
Folder 59 District 11 Attorney Payment, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Anthony DeMaio, January 16, 1950
2. DeMaio to Emspak, January 20, 1950
3. Emspak to DeMaio, February 9, 1950
4. Emspak to Smith, March 9, 1950
5. Emspak to DeMaio, April 5, 1950
6. Emspak to DeMaio, May 9, 1950
Folder 60 District 11 Organization at Wisconsin Steel, 1951
1. Milt Burns to James Matles, May 7, 1951
2. Burns to Matles, May 16, 1951
3. Matles to Burns, May 16, 1951
Folder 61 District 11 Womens Conference, 1951-1952
1. Ernest DeMaio to All Local Unions, December 21, 1951
2. Program Adopted, January 12, 1952
3. Womens Rights Survey, January 12, 1952
Folder 62 District 11 Alice Smith Sick Leave, 1952
1. Letter to Alice Smith, April 10, 1952
2. James Matles to David Ratner, April 23, 1952
Folder 63 District 11 Local 1414 Publications, January 1938
Folder 64 District 11 Political Action, John Bernard Reports, January 21-February 6, 1952
Folder 65 District 11 Strikes at International Harvester, 1952
1. Gerald Fielde to International Harvester Conference Board, February 26, 1952
2. Ernest Demaio Statement, September 2, 1952
3. George Gibbs to James Matles with Gibbs Letter to District 11, September 23, 1952
4. Matles to Staff Representatives, September 24, 1952
5. Matles to DeMaio, September 29, 1952
6. Milt Burns to All District 11 Staff, October 22, 1952
7. Matles to David Rothstein, October 24, 1952
8. Matles to DeMaio, October 24, 1952
Folder 66 District 11 Loans to FE Locals, 1953
1. James Matles to Tony Dallesandro, February 25, 1953
2. Matles to Matt Halas, February 25, 1953
3. Matles to Ernest DeMaio, February 25, 1953
Folder 67 District 11 Packinghouse Workers, 1953
1. John Riffe to Ralph Helstein, May 6, 1953
2. Helstein to Riffe, May 11, 1953
3. Congress of Industrial Organizations Statement with November 3, 1953, Ernest DeMaio Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, November 1953
Folder 68 District 11 Per Capita at Local 1151, 1954
1. Florence Criley to James Matles, January 27, 1954
2. Alice Smith to Matles, February 1, 1954
Folder 69 District 11 Correspondence, 1936-1942
1. Julius Emspak to Radio Workers Union Regarding Organization, April 8, 1936
2. Emspak Letter Regarding St. Louis Strike, May 6, 1937
3. Electra Munger to Emspak Regarding Auxiliaries, February 16, 1938
4. Lief Jorgensen to James Matles Regarding Radio Industry Organization, June 29, 1938
5. Earl McGorew to James Carey Regarding District Boundaries and Factionalism, November 11, 1940
6. Officers of Locals, January 1940
7. Report on Chicago, December 14, 1940
8. Report on Milwaukee, March 1941
9. Raymond Mathison to Emspak Regarding Employment with October 27, 1941, Emspak Letter to Buford Eastmen, October 13, 1941
10. Organization Committee Meeting Regarding Local 1145, November 3, 1941
11. J. Kennedy to UE Regarding Rockford United Furniture Workers Organization, November 26, 1941
12. Arthur Seed to Emspak Regarding Local 1121, Finances, and Factionalism, March 20, 1942
13. Report of Legislative Committee, December 13, 1942
Folder 70 District 11 Correspondence, 1943-1945
1. T. Louis Majors to James Matles Regarding Local 1152 Contract with February 2, 1943, Howard Fortier Letter to Majors and Contract Summaries, February 8, 1943
2. Hearing, Radar, and Radio Industry, January 24, 1944
3. Haven Perkins to C.T McAvoy Regarding Sangamo Electric Organization and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, June 12, 1944
4. Majors to Julius Emspak Regarding Goodman Organization, Local 1150, and Factionalism, July 29, 1944
5. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members with November 18, 1944, Magne Repdal Letter to Walter Barry, December 15, 1944
6. Raymond Coraf to Emspak Regarding USWA and International Harvester, May 16, 1945
7. Phil Smith to Department 1931 Workers Regarding Western Electric Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, June 26, 1945
8. Emspak to Leonard Lewn Regarding Per Capita, September 26, 1945
9. Appeal of Anthony Smith Decision Regarding Chicago Congress of Industrial Organization and Factionalism with November 9, 1945, Louis Torre Letter to Phillip Murray, November 1945
10. E.V. Roose to Matles Regarding Finances, November 20, 1945
11. Jack Myers to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 15, 1945
12. Paul Coffey to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Local 767 Line Material with December 17, 1945, Matles Letter to DeMaio, December 5, 1945
Folder 71 District 11 Correspondence, 1946-1947
1. Anthony DeMaio to James Matles Regarding General Motors Strikes, February 14, 1946
2. Ernest DeMaio to Atkinson Regarding Staff Members and Radio Industry, June 12, 1946
3. Ernest DeMaio to All Staff Members Regarding Finances, June 12, 1946
4. John Gojack to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Farnsworth Huntington Organization, July 1, 1946
5. R.W. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Lawn Mower Industry Organization with Companies List, July 11, 1946
6. Phil Smith to Matles Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1101 and 1135, July 21, 1946
7. Smith to Ernest DeMaio Regarding GE Milwaukee Organization, September 17, 1946
8. Report of Unemployment Committee, May 22, 1947
9. Russ Nixon Report to General Executive Board, May 22, 1947
Folder 72 District 11 Correspondence, 1947-1951
1. John Sorenson to Julius Emspak Regarding Wisconsin PAC, June 16, 1947
2. Ernest DeMaio to Owen Smith Regarding Local 911 and Factionalism, August 14, 1943
3. Leo Turner to Emspak Regarding Mechanical Handling Devices Organization, December 20, 1947
4. Status of Organization Regarding Union Security, 1947
5. Pasko Soso Staff Application with February 14, 1948, Ernest DeMaio Letter to James Matles, February 24, 1948
6. William Conway Staff Application, March 23, 1948
7. John Jacoben Staff Application, March 22, 1948
8. A.T. McQuillin to UE Regarding Staff Members, October 26, 1949
9. Al DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 4, 1950
10. Committees, September 1950
11. John Shaffer to Wisconsin UE Shop Leaders Regarding Red-baiting, January 20, 1951
12. David Scribner to Matles Regarding Sunbeam and National Labor Relations Board, April 17, 1951
13. Statement Regarding Federal Grand Jury Hearings, July 1951
14. Ernest DeMaio to Chicago Staff Members Regarding Wages with Avotas, November 29, 1951
Folder 73 District 11 Correspondence, 1952-1954
1. Charles Vander Missen to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and National Labor Relations Board, February 15, 1952
2. Ernest DeMaio to All Local Unions Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee with Report on Detroit HUAC Hearings, March 20, 1952
3. DeMaio Memo Regarding Finances, Inter-union Rivalry, IUE, and Minneapolis, October 8, 1952
4. Robert Mintz to Milt Burns Regarding Local 1119, October 20, 1952
5. Statement Regarding Wages, March 13, 1953
6. DeMaio to All Full Time Personnel Regarding Unemployment, May 26, 1953
7. Statement to House Agriculture Committee Hearing, October 17, 1953
8. James Matles to Irvin Weir Regarding Per Capita, January 25, 1954
9. Jobs and Unemployment Report, January 1954
10. Douglas Barrett to Matles Regarding Local 451 and Marathon Strike, March 11, 1954
11. Weir to All Local Unions Regarding Contracts with Contract Summaries, April 29, 1954
12. Unsigned Letter to Matles Regarding Stewart Warner with July 23, 1954, Matles Letter to DeMaio and Newspaper Clipping, July 20, 1954
Folder 74 District 11 Correspondence, 1954-1955, undated
1. Byron Edwards to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 1150, September 1, 1954
2. Matles to David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 20, 1954
3. Memo Regarding Local 1133 and Finances, January 10, 1955
4. Statement of FE-UE Conference Board Regarding Labor Unity with Ernest DeMaio Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, March 11, 1955
5. Matles to W.J. Reilly Regarding Staff Members and International Harvester, March 21, 1955
6. Irvin Weir to All Local Unions Regarding Contacts and Labor Unity with Contract Settlements, June 7, 1955
7. District Statement on Unity, April 2, 1955
8. Statement on Teamsters Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Minneapolis, n.d.
9. Chicago Leafleting Ordinance, n.d.
10. Officers Mailing List, n.d.
11. DeMaio Statement Regarding Political Action and Unemployment, n.d.
12. John Karsor to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, n.d.
Folder 75 District 11 File, 1968-1979
Folder 76 District 11 File, 1969-1979
Folder 77 District 11 Mimeograph Material, 1956-1967
Folder 78 District 11 Mimeograph Material, 1980-1981
Folder 79 District 11 Koterite Co. Strike, 1968
Folder 80 District 11 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1976-1977
Folder 81 District 11 Political Action and Organizing, 1955-1960
Folder 82 District 11 Insurance, 1944-1948
Folder 83 District 11 National Conventions, 1955-1957

Subseries 2. District 11 Locals

Section: Local 1003


Box 5
Folder 1 Local 1003 710 Forms, 1950-1959

Section: Local 1101 (Chicago)

Folder 2 Local 1101 (Chicago) Incoming Correspondence, Executive Secretary to Earl MacGrew Regarding Organization, February 19, 1937
Folder 3 Local 1101 (Chicago) Outgoing Correspondence, 1937
1. Earl McGrew to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues, February 16, 1937
2. S. Schlotthauer to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, May 19, 1937
3. Schlotthauer to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 20, 1937
Folder 4 Local 1101 (Chicago) Report of Financial Secretary, July-August 1937
Folder 5 Local 1101 (Chicago) Song, 1936

Section: Local 1101 (Milwaukee)

Folder 6 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Officers Lists, March 1, 1944-May 1947
Folder 7 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Incoming Correspondence, May 18, 1944-August 20, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to Charles Worley Regarding Apprenticeship, May 18, 1944
2. Emspak to James O'Connell Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 15, 1945
3. Emspak to Worley Regarding Dues and Veterans, August 20, 1945
Folder 8 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1945
1. Shirley Milsove to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, November 5, 1943
2. Milsove to Emspak Regarding Organization, November 6, 1943
3. James O'Connell to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 11, 1945
4. Charles Worley to Leo Jandreau Regarding Service Shop Conference, January 7, 1943
5. Worley to Jandreau Regarding Grievances and GE Service, December 2, 1943
6. Worley to Emspak Regarding Phoenix Products and Apprentices, April 9, 1944
7. Worley to Joseph Dermody Regarding Officers and GE Service, July 3, 1944
8. Worley to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, August 13, 1945
Folder 9 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Organization, 1943
1. Laurence Jacobsen to Julius Emspak, November 15, 1943
2. Emspak to Jacobsen, November 23, 1943
3. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, November 23, 1943
Folder 10 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) GE Service Grievance, 1943
1. Grievances with November 18, 1943, Charles Worley Letter to Leo Jandreau, November 1943
2. Jandreau to G.H. Pfeif, November 30, 1943
3. Pfeif to Jandreau, December 3, 1943
Folder 11 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Charter Wire Strike, 1946
1. Lambert Sage to Albert Fitzgerald, August 12, 1946
2. Sage to National Labor Relations Board, August 12, 1946
3. Helen Lief to Ernest DeMaio, August 16, 1946
4. Lief to Sage, August 16, 1946
Folder 12 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Charter Wire Strike, 1947
1. Phil Smith to James Matles, October 5, 1947
2. Smith to Matles, October 10, 1947
Folder 13 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Per Capita, 1947-1948
1. Phil Smith to Julius Emspak, January 13, 1947
2. Emspak to Smith, January 20, 1948
3. Emspak to Smith, January 21, 1948
Folder 14 Local 1101 (Milwaukee) Memoranda, 1944-1949
1. Memo Regarding Lee Engineering Negotiations, July 26, 1944
2. Report of Strike Regarding GE Service, January 15, 1946
3. Phil Smith Memo Regarding Officers, December 1949

Section: Local 1101 (Milwaukee II)

Folder 15 Local 1101 (Milwaukee II) Officers Lists, January-March 9, 1950
Folder 16 Local 1101 (Milwaukee II) Correspondence, James Matles to Claude Lancaster Regarding Finances, March 7, 1950
Folder 17 Local 1101 (Milwaukee II) Correspondence, Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding Reorganization, March 14, 1950

Section: Local 1103 (Great Falls)

Folder 18 Local 1103 (Great Falls) Incoming Correspondence, 1936-1938, undated
1. James Carey to J.A. Barth Regarding Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, December 21, 1936
2. Carey to Barth Regarding Organization, January 20, 1937
3. Carey to B. Mills Regarding Organization, January 25, 1937
4. Carey to Mills Regarding Organization, March 22, 1937
5. Carey to Barth Regarding United Mine Workers of America, April 3, 1937
6. Carey to Barth Regarding Organization, n.d.
7. Julius Emspak to Barth Regarding Organization, December 5, 1936
8. Emspak to Barth Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, Organization, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, January 7, 1937
9. Emspak to Barth Regarding Organization, January 12, 1937
10. Emspak to Barth Regarding Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, January 30, 1937
11. James Matles to Barth Regarding Staff Members, February 21, 1938
Folder 19 Local 1103 (Great Falls) Outgoing Correspondence, 1936-1938
1. J. Barth to Earl McGrew Regarding Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 3, 1936
2. Barth to UE Regarding Organization and Inter-union Rivalry with IBEW and Congress of Industrial Organizations, December 14, 1936
3. Barth to James Carey Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, January 7, 1936
4. Barth to Emspak Regarding Organization, January 16, 1937
5. Barth to Carey Regarding Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, January 24, 1937
6. Barth to Emspak Regarding Organization, February 6, 1937
7. Barth to Carey Regarding Firings, Organization, and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 12, 1937
8. Barth to Carey Regarding Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, March 30, 1937
9. Barth to Carey Regarding Staff Members, January 16, 1938
10. Barth to UE Regarding Officers, June 21, 1937
11. B. Franklin Mills to Carey Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, January 19, 1937
12. Mills to Carey Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, March 15, 1937
13. I. Morby to Stella Adams Regarding Per Capita, March 15, 1937

Section: Local 1103 (Eau Claire)

Folder 20 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Officers Lists, February-August 10, 1945
Folder 21 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Incoming Correspondence, 1944-1946
1. Janet Barish to Elbert Smith Regarding Finances, October 4, 1944
2. Barish to Smith Regarding Finances, October 18, 1944
3. Julius Emspak to Vivian Schara Regarding Dues and Veterans, February 4, 1946
Folder 22 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1945
1. Elbert Smith to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, October 7, 1944
2. Smith to Barish Regarding Finances, October 21, 1944
3. Vivian Schara to Julius Emspak Regarding Address Change, March 23, 1945
Folder 23 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Organization, 1944
1. T. Louis Majors Memo with Wisconsin Industrial Relations Acts, May 18, 1944
2. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, May 24, 1944
3. Emspak to Majors, May 24, 1944
Folder 24 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Per Capita, 1944
1. Magne Rapaal to Julius Emspak, September 29, 1944
2. Emspak to Repaal, October 11, 1944
Folder 25 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Declining Per Capita, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to T. Louis Majors, January 3, 1945
2. Majors Letter, February 1, 1945
Folder 26 Local 1103 (Eau Claire) Correspondence and Memorandum, 1944-1946
1. Janet Barish to Ernest DeMaio, October 18, 1944
2. Esther Tice Memo Regarding Finances, August 3, 1945
3. Ernest DeMaio to Phillip Smith Regarding Disbanding, August 6, 1946

Section: Local 1103 (Milwaukee)

Folder 27 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Charlotte Holly Regarding Organization, February 1, 1950
Folder 28 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) Outgoing Correspondence, James Hauley to UE Strike Fund Regarding Strike Fund, November 22, 1952
Folder 29 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) Leaflets, 1951, undated
1. "In Defense of Your Union" Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, August 27, 1951
2. "Special Meeting" Regarding Factionalism, n.d.
Folder 30 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) Organization, 1950
1. John Shaffer to Julius Emspak, January 30, 1950
2. Emspak to Shaffer, February 1, 1950
3. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, February 1, 1950
Folder 31 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, 1951
1. Michael Essin to Julius Emspak, June 20, 1951
2. Emspak to Essin, June 21, 1951
3. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, June 21, 1951
Folder 32 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) Miscellaneous, 1955, undated
1. Convention Credential, July 26, 1955
2. James DeWitt to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Contract, November 1, 1955
3. Memo Regarding Dues, n.d.
Folder 33 Local 1103 (Milwaukee) Closing, 1959-1963

Section: Local 1105

Folder 34 Local 1105 Officers Lists, January 12, 1941-March 2, 1950
Folder 35 Local 1105 Albert Schelvis Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1940
1. James Carey to Albert Schelvis Regarding Seniority and Negotiations, April 28, 1937
2. Carey to Schelvis Regarding Seniority and Transfers, April 25, 1938
3. Julius Emspak to Schelvis Regarding Westinghouse Organization, June 11, 1937
4. Emspak to Schelvis Regarding Finances, November 22, 1938
5. Emspak to Schelvis Regarding Negotiations, January 13, 1939
6. Emspak to Schelvis Regarding Negotiations and Organization, March 7, 1939
7. Emspak to Schelvis Regarding Factionalism, n.d.
8. James Matles to Schelvis Regarding Negotiations and Organization, September 28, 1937
9. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Speed-up, Lay-offs, and Grievances, October 8, 1937
10. Matles to Schelvis Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, March 16, 1938
11. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Westinghouse Conference, March 23, 1938
12. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Factionalism, Organization, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 28, 1938
13. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, December 28, 1938
14. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Negotiations and Organization, January 21, 1939
15. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Organization and Negotiations, January 31, 1939
16. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Organization and Negotiations, February 1, 1939
17. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Organization and Negotiations, March 24, 1939
18. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Organization, April 14, 1939
19. Matles to Schelvis Regarding Dues and Organization, April 27, 1939
20. Matles to Schelvis Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, April 9, 1940
Folder 36 Local 1105 Albert Schelvis Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1940
1. Albert Schelvis to James Carey Regarding Seniority and Negotiations, April 26, 1937
2. Schelvis to Carey Regarding Negotiations and Organization, May 8, 1937
3. Schelvis to James Matles Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry and Grievances, March 10, 1938
4. Schelvis to Carey Regarding Senority and Plant Closure, April 22, 1938
5. Schelvis to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and Local 111, March 18, 1938
6. Schelvis to UE Regarding Local Picnic and Organization, May 28, 1938
7. Schelvis to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues, November 14, 1938
8. Schelvis to Emspak Regarding Dues and Organization, November 17, 1938
9. Schelvis to Matles Regarding Organization and National Labor Relations Board, December 29, 1938
10. Schelvis to Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Conference, January 10, 1939
11. Schelvis to Emspak Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and Organization, January 15, 1939
12. Schelvis to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, January 31, 1939
13. Schelvis to Matles Regarding Organization, February 3, 1939
14. Schelvis to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 6, 1939
15. Schelvis to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 14, 1939
16. Schelvis to Carey Regarding Carey Visit, March 21, 1939
17. Schelvis to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, Organization, and Unemployment, April 17, 1939
18. Schelvis to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 11, 1939
19. Schelvis to UE Regarding Factionalism, February 2, 1940
20. Schelvis to UE Regarding Factionalism, February 5, 1940
21. Schelvis to Matles Regarding Membership and Local 1121, May 1, 1940
22. Schelvis to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, September 24, 1940
23. Schelvis to Matles Regarding Strikes, October 11, 1940
24. Schelvis to Matles Regarding Strikes and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, October 13, 1940
Folder 37 Local 1105 John Jurka Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1939
1. James Carey to John Jurka Regarding Negotiations and Organization, March 22, 1937
2. Julius Emspak to Jurka Regarding Local 1105 Constitution, June 11, 1937
3. Emspak to Jurka Regarding 1937 UE Convention and Per Capita, July 28, 1937
4. Emspak to Jurka Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 21, 1937
5. Emspak to Jurka Regarding Transfers, November 2, 1937
6. Emspak to Jurka Regarding Negotiations, Organization, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, May 25, 1939
7. Matles to Jurka Regarding Organization and Negotiations, October 18, 1938
8. Matles to Jurka Regarding Contract and Organization, November 11, 1938
9. Matles to Jurka Regarding Negotiations and Organization, December 6, 1938
10. Matles to Jurka Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, March 6, 1939
11. Matles to Jurka Regarding Negotiations and Organization, June 13, 1939
12. Matles to Jurka Regarding Organization, June 21, 1939
13. Matles to Jurka Regarding Organization, October 18, 1939
Folder 38 Local 1105 John Jurka Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1939
1. John Jurka to James Carey Regarding Organization, April 7, 1937
2. Jurka to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and 1937 UE Convention, April 22, 1937
3. Jurka to Emspak Regarding Local 1105 Constitution and Finances, May 27, 1937
4. Jurka to Emspak Regarding Local 1105 Constitution, June 7, 1937
5. Jurka to Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Convention, July 21, 1937
6. Jurka to Emspak Regarding Dues, July 21, 1937
7. Jurka to Carey Regarding Negotiations and Organization, July 27, 1937
8. Jurka to Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 12, 1937
9. Jurka to Emspak Regarding Publicity, September 1, 1937
10. Jurka to Carey Regarding Organization and Negotiations, September 23, 1937
11. Jurka to Carey Regarding Incentive Pay, Grievances, Negotiations, and Organization, October 6, 1937
12. Jurka to Emspak Regarding Transfer, November 10, 1937
13. Jurka to James Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Organization, and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, January 10, 1939
14. Jurka to Matles Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, October 16, 1938
15. Jurka to Matles Regarding Negotiations, November 16, 1938
16. Jurka to R.E. Powers Regarding Negotiations and Organization with December 4, 1938, Letter to Matles, December 3, 1938
17. Jurka to Matles Regarding Organization, January 31, 1939
Folder 39 Local 1105 John Jurka Outgoing Correspondence, 1939
1. John Jurka to James Matles Regarding Organization at St. Louis Westinghouse, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, and Unemployment, February 8, 1939
2. Jurka to Matles Regarding Negotiations and Organization, March 7, 1939
3. Jurka to Matles Regarding Seniority, Incentive, and Organization, June 5, 1939
4. Jurka to Matles Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, July 10, 1939
5. Jurka to J.C. Almeida Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, October 10, 1939
6. Jurka to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, September 6, 1939
Folder 40 Local 1105 General Incoming Correspondence, 1934-1951
1. Julius Emspak to John Colley Regarding Transfers, November 2, 1934
2. Emspak to Colley Regarding Transfers, November 20, 1937
3. Emspak to Colley Regarding Transfer, December 2, 1937
4. Emspak to Local 1105 Regarding Dues, October 4, 1939
5. Emspak to Thomas Rice, September 24, 1940
6. Emspak to C.A. Stephenson Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 25, 1940
7. Emspak to Rice Regarding Dues and Veterans, February 16, 1945
8. Emspak to George Krug Regarding Per Capita, June 14, 1946
9. Emspak to Rice Regarding Per Capita, January 21, 1947
10. Emspak to Rice Regarding Per Capita, February 17, 1947
11. Emspak to Rice Regarding Per Capita, November 14, 1947
12. Emspak to Local 1105 Regarding Red-baiting, May 14, 1951
13. James Matles to Local 1105 Regarding Negotiations, November 30, 1940
14. Matles to Frank Petrolowitz Regarding Negotiations, March 27, 1941
15. Matles to Carl Leaveh Regarding Negotiations, April 16, 1941
16. Matles to Frank Petrolowitz Regarding Negotiations, April 26, 1941
17. Matles to Carl Leaven Regarding Staff Members, May 14, 1941
18. Matles to Leaven Regarding Wages, November 12, 1941
Folder 41 Local 1105 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1952
1. Simpson Berry to UE Regarding Westinghouse Conference, May 20, 1940
2. Berry to James Matles Regarding Organization and District Boundaries, December 6, 1940
3. Barry to Matles Regarding Strikes and Wages, December 6, 1940
4. Dorothy Brunet to Julius Emspak Regarding National Strike Fund, November 26, 1952
5. John Colley to the Congress of Industrial Organizations Regarding Transfer, October 19, 1937
6. Colley to Emspak Regarding Transfer, November 24, 1937
7. George Krug to Emspak Regarding Strikes, March 15, 1946
8. Krug to UE Regarding Per Capita, June 11, 1946
9. Francis LaBonte to UE Regarding Negotiations, Wages, and Women, June 7, 1942
10. Carl Leaven to Matles Regarding Contract, April 27, 1941
11. Leaven to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 11, 1941
12. Leaven to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, October 20, 1941
13. Leaven to Matles Regarding Negotiations and Wages, November 6, 1941
14. Leaven to UE Regarding Officers, April 11, 1942
15. Frank Petrolowitz to Matles Regarding Contract, April 25, 1940
16. Thomas Rice to UE Regarding Dues and Veterans, February 12, 1945
17. Rice to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, February 7, 1947
18. Rice to UE Regarding Packinghouse Workers Strike, March 7, 1949
19. Emmett Ruckman to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 31, 1939
20. Sam Skinner to UE Regarding African-Americans, April 27, 1943
Folder 42 Local 1105 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1945-1951
1. C.A. Stephenson to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 1945
2. Hubert Thomson to Fred Hartley Regarding Red-baiting and Evansville, October 4, 1948
3. Thomson to Charles Keisten Regarding Red-baiting and Evansville, October 4, 1948
4. Thomson to Gerald Landis Regarding Red-baiting and Evansville, October 4, 1948
5. Thomson to Harry Truman Regarding Red-baiting and Evansville, October 4, 1948
6. Thomson to Albert Eberhad Regarding Local 813, October 4, 1948
7. Thomson to Emspak Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, May 2, 1951
Folder 43 Local 1105 Chicago, Illinois Correspondence, 1956-1967
Folder 44 Local 1105 Constitution Correspondence, 1945-1982
Folder 45 Local 1105 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, November 1937-June 1940
Folder 46 Local 1105 Report of Financial Secretary, April 1937-March 1938
Folder 47 Local 1105 Per Capita, April 1938-April 1940
Folder 48 Local 1105 Per Capita, May-July 1940
Folder 49 Local 1105 Correspondence, 1937-1949
1. Buck to James Carey Regarding Westinghouse Conference, March 11, 1937
2. John Jurka to John Colley Regarding Transfers, September 30, 1937
3. Julius Emspak to Al Stonkus Regarding Suspensions, June 24, 1939
4. Stonkus to James Matles Regarding Negotiations and Organization with August 14, 1939, R.E. Powers Letters to Local 1105, August 1939
5. Matles to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Finances, May 7, 1943
6. Alice Smith to Matles Regarding Guards Organization, October 5, 1949
Folder 50 Local 1105 Miscellaneous, 1955-1981
Folder 51 Local 1105 Strikes, Subsidies, and Other Monies, 1952-1977
Folder 52 Local 1105 Supplements, 1958-1981
Folder 53 Local 1105 Supplements and Agreements, 1940-1963
Folder 54 Local 1105 Supplemental Material, 1964-1965
Folder 55 Local 1105 Supplement Negotiations, 1940-1962
Folder 56 Local 1105 Chicago Westinghouse Strike Funds and Correspondence, 1958-1985
Folder 57 Local 1105 Job Descriptions, undated
Folder 58 Local 1105 Contracts, 1946

Section: Local 1107

Folder 59 Local 1107 Officers Lists, January 8, 1947-January 30, 1949
Folder 60 Local 1107 Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Rose Dale Regarding Dues and Veterans, October 26, 1945
Folder 61 Local 1107 Outgoing Correspondence, 1947-1950
1. Rose Dale to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Officers with Dues List, January 8, 1947
2. Dale to Emspak Regarding Local Structure, February 22, 1947
3. Dale to UE Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 16, 1950
Folder 62 Local 1107 Local Structure, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, January 16, 1947
2. Emspak to DeMaio, February 7, 1947
3. Emspak to DeMaio, February 26, 1947
4. Secretary of Emspak to DeMaio, March 11, 1947
Folder 63 Local 1107 Correspondence, 1945-1946
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Organization, June 4, 1945
2. Lou Majors to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 30, 1946

Section: Local 1109

Folder 64 Local 1109 Officers Lists, September 1938-March 21, 1940
Folder 65 Local 1109 Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1952
1. James Carey to George Hayden Regarding Strikes, October 1938
2. Carey to Edward Kukla Regarding Strikes, October 18, 1938
3. Carey to Hayden Regarding Zanesville Live Material Organization, December 29, 1938
4. Carey to Hayden Regarding Factionalism, September 29, 1939
5. Ernest DeMaio to Esther Milulshi Regarding Military Contracts, March 21, 1942
6. Julius Emspak to Frank Skubitz Regarding Organization, March 23, 1937
7. Emspak to Theo Kerwin Regarding Negotiations, April 8, 1937
8. Emspak to Charles Szatkowski Regarding Organization, May 8, 1937
9. Emspak to Szatkowski Regarding Organization, June 11, 1937
10. Emspak to Szatkowski Regarding Contracts and Seniority, July 14, 1937
11. Emspak to Szatkowski Regarding Finances, August 20, 1937
12. Emspak to Szatkowski Regarding Finances, September 17, 1937
13. Emspak to Joseph Koban Regarding Finances, Unemployment, and Negotiations, November 2, 1937
14. Emspak to Koban Regarding Per Capita, January 5, 1938
15. Emspak to F. Olszewski Regarding Per Capita, March 31, 1938
16. Emspak to Ted Kerwin Regarding Unemployment, December 21, 1938
17. Emspak to Hayden Regarding Staff Members, May 9, 1940
18. Emspak to Esther Mikulski Regarding UE News, June 13, 1940
19. Emspak to Hayden Regarding Contracts, April 18, 1941
20. Emspak to Edward Loewe Regarding Dues and Veterans, September 19, 1945
21. James Matles to Skubitz Regarding Oneida Line Material Organization, November 23, 1937
22. Matles to Eugene Olszewski Regarding Musicians Organization, March 25, 1938
23. Matles to Olszewski Regarding Organization, May 13, 1938
24. Matles to Kukla Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization and Westinghouse Runaway Shops, January 4, 1939
25. Matles to Kukla Regarding Zanesville and Stroudsburg Line Material Organization, January 12, 1939
26. Matles to Kukla Regarding Staff Members, January 13, 1939
27. Matles to Hayden Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, January 30, 1939
28. Matles to Kukla Regarding Stroudsburg Line Material Organization, January 31, 1939
29. Matles to Hayden Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, July 6, 1939
30. Matles to Hayden Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, November 30, 1939
31. Matles to Earl McGrew Regarding Line Material Organization, March 25, 1940
32. Matles to Hayden Regarding Stroudsburg Line Material Organization, May 2, 1940
33. Matles to Hayden Regarding Line Material Organization, May 28, 1940
34. Matles to Mikulski Regarding Contracts, September 18, 1940
35. Matles to Hayden Regarding Line Material Organization, October 23, 1941
36. Matles to Hayden Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, November 25, 1941
37. Matles to Hayden Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, December 5, 1941
38. Matles to Mikulski Regarding Overtime, February 17, 1942
39. Matles to Joseph Pisarkek Regarding Contracts, February 26, 1952
40. Executive Secretary to Szatkowski Regarding Organization, April 23, 1937
Folder 66 Local 1109 Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1952
1. George Hayden to James Carey Regarding Strikes, September 29, 1938
2. Hayden to Carey Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, December 21, 1938
3. Hayden to Carey Regarding Factionalism and Negotiations, September 25, 1939
4. Hayden to James Matles Regarding Stroudsburg Line Material Organization, May 21, 1940
5. Theodore Kerwin to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, February 1938
6. Kerwin to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 16, 1938
7. Kerwin to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention and Factionalism, September 1946
8. Joseph Kuban to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Unemployment, October 21, 1937
9. Kuban to UE Regarding Per Capita, December 30, 1937
10. Edward Kukla to Emspak Regarding Expulsions, September 26, 1938
11. Kukla to Carey Regarding Strikes, October 15, 1938
12. Kukla to Matles Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, January 16, 1939
13. Kukla to Matles Regarding Wages and Zanesville Line Material Organization, February 12, 1939
14. Kukla to Matles Regarding Wages and Zanesville Line Material Organization, February 22, 1939
15. Kukla to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 7, 1940
16. Edward Loewe to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, September 15, 1945
17. Loewe to Emspak Regarding Charter with Charter, April 28, 1952
18. Earl McGrew to Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Grievances, Company Get Together, Companion Union, and Line Material Organization, March 22, 1940
19. McGrew to Emspak Regarding General Television and NLRB, March 24, 1940
20. Esther Mikulski to Emspak Regarding Officers, June 11, 1940
21. Mikulski to A. Towson Regarding Wages and Factionalism, August 14, 1940
22. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Contracts and Unemployment, September 17, 1940
23. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Conscription, October 21, 1940
24. Mikulski to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 16, 1941
25. Mikulski to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Contracts, March 31, 1941
26. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Stroudsburg Line Material Organization, September 21, 1941
27. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, December 7, 1941
28. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Line Material and Contracts, February 12, 1942
29. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization, February 16, 1942
30. Mikulski to Matles Regarding Zanesville Line Material Organization and Unemployment, March 7, 1942
31. Eugene Olszewski to Matles Regarding Musicians Organization, March 23, 1938
32. Olszewski to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Line Material Plants Organization, May 6, 1938
33. Frank Skubitz to Emspak Regarding Organization, March 25, 1937
34. Skubitz to UE Regarding Organization, April 1937
35. Charles Szatkowski to Carey Regarding Organization, April 21, 1937
36. Szatkowski to Stella Abrams Regarding Officers, May 8, 1937
37. Szatkowski to Emspak Regarding Local Picnic and Questionnaire, June 29, 1937
38. Szatkowski to Emspak Regarding Milwaukee Congress of Industrial Organizations, July 5, 1937
39. Szatkowski to Emspak Regarding Officers, October 1937
Folder 67 Local 1109 South Milwaukee Correspondence, 1957-1973
Folder 68 Local 1109 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, November 1937-June 1940
Folder 69 Local 1109 Report of Financial Secretary, July 1937-February 1939
Folder 70 Local 1109 Per Capita Reports, July 1938-July 1940
Folder 71 Local 1109 Newspaper Clipping, 1941
Folder 72 Local 1109 Organization, 1937
1. Meyer Adelman to Julius Emspak, March 15, 1937
2. Emspak to Adelman, March 23, 1937
3. Emspak to Adelman, March 26, 1937
4. Adelman to Emspak, April 2, 1937
Folder 73 Local 1109 Skobitz Firing, 1940-1941
1. Lloyd Andrews to UE, December 23, 1940
2. Julius Emspak to Fred Gardner, December 31, 1940
3. Emspak to Andrews, December 31, 1940
4. Gardner to Emspak, January 16, 1941
5. Gardner to Andrews, January 16, 1941
Folder 74 Local 1109 Strike, 1945-1946
1. Phil Smith to James Matles, November 26, 1945
2. Matles to Smith, December 3, 1945
3. Smith to the National Labor Relations Board, April 15, 1946
Folder 75 Local 1109 Memoranda and Correspondence, 1938-1952
1. Average Hourly Rates, December 1938
2. Fred Gardner to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, December 26, 1940
3. Memo Regarding War Labor Board, March 27, 1944
4. John Shaffer to James Matles Regarding Contracts, February 23, 1952
Folder 76 Local 1109 710 Forms, 1947-1973

Section: Local 1110


Box 6
Folder 1 Local 1110 Constitution, undated
Folder 2 Local 1110 Contract, May 1939
Folder 3 Local 1110 Officers Lists, October 27, 1938-November 10, 1944
Folder 4 Local 1110 Officers Resolution, Chicago Sub-District and Factionalism, undated
Folder 5 Local 1110 Membership, Resolution Regarding Coil Industry Organization, 1938
Folder 6 Local 1110 Rose Hudec Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1939
1. James Carey to Rose Hudec Regarding District 11 and Factionalism, February 25, 1939
2. Carey to Hudec Regarding Mt. Carmel Visit, June 16, 1939
3. Carey to Hudec Regarding District 11 and Factionalism, November 9, 1939
4. Julius Emspak to Hudec Regarding Finances, Contracts, and Organization, April 19, 1937
5. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Organization, April 26, 1937
6. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Finances, May 6, 1937
7. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Finances and Staff Members, June 22, 1937
8. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Per Capita and Congress of Industrial Organizations, July 29, 1937
9. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Per Capita, August 4, 1937
10. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Per Capita, August 20, 1937
11. Emspak to Hudec Regarding District 11 and Factionalism, November 20, 1937
12. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Per Capita, November 24, 1937
13. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Utilities Organization, December 2, 1937
14. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Seniority, December 23, 1937
15. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Contract, April 25, 1938
16. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Radio Conference and Building Trades Organization, May 23, 1938
17. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Philco Boycotts, June 23, 1938
18. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, June 29, 1938
19. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Strike Defender Ford and Boycotts, August 3, 1938
20. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Unemployment and Dues, October 24, 1938
21. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Unemployment and Dues, November 23, 1938
22. Emspak to Hudec Regarding UE News, February 17, 1939
23. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Maytag Strike, Political Action, Factionalism, and District 11, February 27, 1939
24. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Radio Conference and Open Shop Drive, March 20, 1939
25. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Contracts, May 24, 1939
26. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Carey Visit, June 7, 1939
27. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Factionalism, July 25, 1939
28. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Unemployment, August 14, 1939
29. Emspak to Hudec Regarding Meissner Los Angeles Organization, August 25, 1939
30. James Matles to Hudec Regarding Philco Contracts, March 28, 1939
31. Matles to Hudec Regarding Films, August 25, 1939
32. Matles to Hudec Regarding Contracts, June 3, 1938
33. Matles to Hudec Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, July 20, 1939
34. Matles to Hudec Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, August 1, 1939
35. Matles to Hudec Regarding Emspak Visit, November 14, 1939
36. Matles to Hudec Regarding Emspak Visit, November 15, 1939
Folder 7 Local 1110 Rose Hudec Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1938
1. Rose Hudec to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, Staff Members, and Officers, April 22, 1937
2. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, April 25, 1937
3. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 29, 1937
4. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, May 9, 1937
5. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Dues, May 11, 1937
6. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Officers and Insurance, May 12, 1937
7. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Address Change, June 18, 1937
8. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 12, 1937
9. Hudec to Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Staff Members, July 12, 1937
10. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 19, 1937
11. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 31, 1937
12. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 16, 1937
13. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 19, 1937
14. Hudec to Emspak Regarding UE Officers, September 18, 1937
15. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Officers, and UE Constitution, November 12, 1937
16. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 11, November 15, 1937
17. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 11, November 23, 1937
18. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Firings, December 3, 1937
19. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 11, December 7, 1937
20. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Local Newspaper, Per Capita, and Seniority, December 17, 1937
21. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 17, 1937
22. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 19, 1938
23. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Officers and Political Action, March 21, 1938
Folder 8 Local 1110 Rose Hudec Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Rose Hudec to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Sickle Coil Organization, May 19, 1938
2. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Radio Conference, May 31, 1938
3. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Philco Boycotts, June 16, 1938
4. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, June 20, 1938
5. Hudec to Emspak Regarding 1938 UE Convention, July 18, 1938
6. Hudec to All UE Locals Regarding District 11, July 25, 1938
7. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Philco Boycotts and Strike Fund, August 1, 1938
8. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, August 9, 1938
9. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Address Change, August 17, 1938
10. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 18, 1938
11. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Contracts, April 19, 1938
12. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Princeton Congress of Industrial Organizations, October 18, 1938
13. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, November 17, 1938
14. Hudec to James Carey Regarding Political Action, February 12, 1939
15. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Radio Conference, Factionalism, and District 11, February 18, 1939
16. Hudec to Carey Regarding Factionalism and District 11 with District Constitution Excerpt and District Council Program, February 20, 1939
17. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 11, February 21, 1939
Folder 9 Local 1110 Rose Hudec Outgoing Correspondence, 1939
1. Rose Hudec to Julius Emspak Regarding Negotiations, March 17, 1939
2. Hudec to James Carey Regarding District Council Meeting and Local 1113, March 9, 1939
3. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Contracts, May 19, 1939
4. Hudec to Carey Regarding Carey Visit and Indiana Congress of Industrial Organizations, June 13, 1939
5. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Factionalism, and Wages with Wage Rates, July 19, 1939
6. Hudec to James Matles Regarding 1939 UE Convention and Per Capita, July 27, 1939
7. Hudec to Emspak Regarding 1939 UE Convention and Unemployment, August 8, 1939
8. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Finances and Films, August 17, 1939
9. Hudec to Carey Regarding Factionalism and Officers, October 18, 1939
10. Hudec to Emspak Regarding Factionalism with October 16, 1939, Charles Rutson Letter to Local 1110 and Anonymous Letters, October 18, 1939
11. Hudec to Matles Regarding Factionalism and District 11, October 20, 1939
12. Hudec to Carey Regarding Factionalism, October 31, 1939
Folder 10 Local 1110 Charles Rodgers Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1940
1. James Carey to Charles Rodgers Regarding Organization, June 9, 1939
2. Carey to Rodgers Regarding Staff Finances, October 24, 1939
3. Carey to Rodgers Regarding Staff Finances, April 9, 1940
4. Carey to Rodgers Regarding Staff Finances, May 9, 1940
5. Carey to Rodgers Regarding Staff Finances, June 12, 1940
6. Julius Emspak to Rodgers Regarding Sick Leave, May 9, 1938
7. Emspak to Rodgers Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, May 17, 1939
8. James Matles to Rodgers Regarding Staff Members, March 16, 1938
9. Emspak to Rodgers Regarding Staff Members, Factionalism, District 11, and Evansville Organization, March 29, 1938
10. Matles to Rodgers Regarding Contracts, April 25, 1938
11. Matles to Rodgers Regarding Factionalism, Radio Industry and Sickle Coil Organization, April 29, 1939
12. Matles to Rodgers Regarding Sickle Coil Organization and Wages, June 16, 1939
13. Matles to Rodgers Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, Factionalism, District 11, Staff Members, and International Broterhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 5, 1939
Folder 11 Local 1110 Charles Rodgers Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1940, undated
1. Charles Rodgers to Julius Emspak Regarding Firings, March 1, 1938
2. Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 9, 1938
3. Rodgers to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 24, 1938
4. Rodgers to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, District 11, Evansville Organization, and Political Action, March 24, 1938
5. Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and District 11, March 30, 1938
6. Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, April 15, 1938
7. Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Sickle Coil Organization, April 27, 1938
8. Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Leaves of Absence and Seniority, May 4, 1938
9. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Philco Boycotts, June 2, 1938
10. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Political Action and Philco Boycott, June 11, 1938
11. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Philco Boycotts, June 13, 1938
12. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Officers and Political Action, October 10, 1938
13. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Veterans Hospital, February 9, 1939
14. Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Contracts, March 22, 1939
15. Rodgers to Matles Regarding Sickle Coil Organization and Factionalism, April 26, 1939
16. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Unemployment, Factionalism, Sickle Coil Organization, and Incentive, June 12, 1939
17. Rodgers to Matles Regarding Sickle Coil Organization and Unemployment, June 13, 1939
18. Rodgers to Matles Regarding Factionalism, District 11, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 30, 1939
19. Rodgers to Matles Regarding Chicago Meeting, July 10, 1939
20. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Staff Finances, October 18, 1939
21. Rodgers to Carey Regarding District 11, Factionalism, and Officers with Election Rules, October 26, 1939
22. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Factionalism, Sickle Coil Organization, and Expulsion, January 31, 1940
23. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Factionalism, Per Capita, and District 11, February 23, 1940
24. Rodgers to Carey Regarding Staff Finances, April 14, 1940
25. Rodgers to Sir Regarding Factionalism and District 11, n.d.
26. Rodgers to District 11 Locals Regarding District 11 and Unemployment, n.d.
Folder 12 Local 1110 General Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1946
1. James Carey to Edwin Fesler Regarding Factionalism, January 19, 1940
2. Carey to Fesler Regarding Factionalism, February 8, 1940
3. Carey to Fesler Regarding Negotiations, Factionalism, and District 11, March 18, 1940
4. Carey to Fesler Regarding Officers and Employment, April 9, 1940
5. Carey to Dwight Hughey Regarding Employment, May 7, 1940
6. Carey to Fesler Regarding Employment, May 7, 1940
7. Carey to Fesler Regarding Contracts and Plant Sales, October 2, 1940
8. Julius Emspak to Local 1110 Regarding Per Capita, August 14, 1939
9. Emspak to Curtis Dunn Regarding Incentive, November 21, 1939
10. Emspak to Delmar Feldman Regarding UE Convention, August 7, 1944
11. James Matles to Dunn Regarding Factionalism, November 18, 1939
12. Matles to Dunn Regarding Sickle Coil and Unemployment, March 12, 1940
13. Carey to Fesler Regarding Contracts, May 20, 1940
14. Earl McGrew to Local 1110 Officers Regarding Factionalism, February 21, 1940
15. Secretary of David Scribner to Dunn Regarding National Labor Relations Board, June 24, 1946
16. William Sentner to Eldon Parr Regarding Negotiations and Prices, September 11, 1945
Folder 13 Local 1110 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1946
1. Curtis Dunn to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, October 23, 1939
2. Dunn to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, November 16, 1939
3. Dunn to Emspak Regarding Incentive, Novemer 30, 1939
4. Dunn to David Scribner Regarding Wages and Wage Stabilization Board, June 19, 1946
5. Edwin Fesler to Emspak Regarding Local 1110 Constitution, December 30, 1939
6. Fesler to UE Regarding Factionalism and Expulsions with Trial Rules, January 16, 1940
7. Fesler to James Carey Regarding Per Capita, District 11, and Chicago Organization, March 13, 1940
8. Fesler to Carey Regarding Negotiations, Unemployment, and Chicago Organization, April 19, 1940
9. Fesler to Carey Regarding Officers, April 5, 1940
10. Fesler to Carey Employment, April 25, 1940
11. Fesler to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 3, 1940
12. Fesler to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 28, 1940
13. Fesler to Matles Regarding Contracts, June 21, 1940
14. Fesler to Carey Regarding Unemployment, September 6, 1940
15. Fesler to Carey Regarding Unemployment, September 30, 1940
16. Dwight Hughey to Carey Regarding Employment, April 6, 1940
17. Hughey to Carey Regarding Employment, April 30, 1940
18. Margaret Kelly to Emspak Regarding Dues, May 28, 1939
19. Lloyd Mayhall to Emspak Regarding Officers and Finances, November 24, 1942
20. Eldon Parr to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee and Unemployment, October 2, 1946
Folder 14 Local 1110 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, December 1937-April 1938
Folder 15 Local 1110 Report of Financial Secretary, May 1937-July 1938
Folder 16 Local 1110 Newspapers, Truth, February 28-October 5, 1938, undated
Folder 17 Local 1110 Newspapers, Labor, December 15, 1937
Folder 18 Local 1110 Pamphlets, It's Here Regarding Television, 1939
Folder 19 Local 1110 Leaflets, 1938, undated
1. "Special Notice" Regarding Union Meeting, August 4, 1938
2. "Ballot" Regarding Officers, October 1938
3. "Re-elect Rose Hudec" Regarding Officers, October 1938
4. "Flash" Regarding Meissner Expansion, n.d.
5. "Annual Union Election" Regarding Officers, n.d.
Folder 20 Local 1110 Factionalism, 1940
1. Geneva Allen to James Carey, February 6, 1940
2. Tom to Mac, February 22, 1940
3. Louis Austin to Carey, February 23, 1940
4. Carey to Austin, February 29, 1940
5. Carey to Allen, March 1, 1940
Folder 21 Local 1110 Negotiations, 1940
1. Company Statement, May 1940
2. Memo, September 17, 1940
Folder 22 Local 1110 Bankruptcy, 1947
1. Robert Logsdon to Julius Emspak, June 23, 1947
2. Emspak to Logsdon, July 3, 1947
3. Logsdon to Emspak, July 9, 1947
Folder 23 Local 1110 Miscellaneous, 1937-1947
1. Initiation Fee List, June 9, 1937
2. Ballot Regarding Officers, October 20, 1939
3. William Sentner to Ruth Roemer Regarding Prices, September 11, 1945
4. Robert Logsdon to James Matles Regarding Per Capita, December 27, 1945
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Sangumo Meter Organization, August 11, 1946
6. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, October 10, 1947

Section: Local 1111

Folder 24 Local 1111 Officers Lists, January 27, 1940-March 1, 1944
Folder 25 Local 1111 Membership Resolution Regarding War Labor Board, July 1944
Folder 26 Local 1111 Fred Wolters Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1940
1. James Carey to Fred Wolters Regarding Organization, April 7, 1937
2. Carey to Wolters Regarding Factionalism, Officers, and Staff Members, December 1, 1938
3. Carey to Wolters Regarding Factionalism and Officers, December 19, 1938
4. Carey to Wolters, May 11, 1939
5. Julius Emspak to Wolters Regarding Organization and Supplies, April 29, 1937
6. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Contracts and Wages, May 7, 1937
7. Emspak to Wolters Regarding 1937 UE Convention and Negotiations, June 2, 1937
8. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Supplies, June 12, 1937
9. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Carey Visit, June 29, 1937
10. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Contracts, American Federation of Labor, and People's Press, May 25, 1938
11. Emspak to Wolters Regarding People's Press, June 22, 1938
12. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Maytag and Philco Strikes, July 29, 1938
13. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Negotiations, April 20, 1939
14. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Strikes, June 21, 1939
15. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Finances, December 18, 1939
16. Emspak to Wolters Regarding Finances, February 6, 1940
17. James Matles to Wolters Regarding National Metal Trades Association, July 25, 1939
18. Matles to Wolters Regarding Milwaukee Visit, March 26, 1940
19. Matles to Wolters Regarding Webster Electric, April 17, 1940
20. Matles to Wolters Regarding National Labor Relations Board, September 23, 1940
21. Matles to Wolters Regarding Globe Union Organization, September 30, 1940
Folder 27 Local 1111 Fred Wolters Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1940
1. Fred Wolters to UE Regarding Organization, April 4, 1937
2. Wolters to UE Regarding Organization, April 18, 1937
3. Wolters to UE Regarding Organization, April 26, 1937
4. Wolters to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, May 3, 1937
5. Wolters to UE Regarding Organization, May 24, 1937
6. Wolters to UE Regarding Contract, June 8, 1937
7. Wolters to UE Regarding Carey Visit, June 21, 1937
8. Wolters to James Carey Regarding Carey Visit, July 3, 1937
9. Wolters to Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 23, 1938
10. Wolters to UE Regarding People's Press, June 8, 1938
11. Wolters to UE Regarding Contract, June 1938
12. Wolters to Emspak Regarding Philco and Maytag Strikes, July 1938
13. Wolters to Carey Regarding Officers, Factionalism, and Staff Members, December 10, 1938
14. Wolters to Emspak Regarding Wages and Negotiations, April 1939
15. Wolters to Carey Regarding Strikes, May 9, 1939
16. Wolters to Emspak Regarding Strikes and American Federation of Labor, June 11, 1939
17. Wolters to Emspak Regarding Strike, National Labor Relations Board, District 11, and Finances with Strike Contributions, December 3, 1939
18. Wolters to UE Regarding Finances, Strike, and Negotiations, January 24, 1940
19. Wolters to Carey Regarding National Federation of Telephone Workers, Officers, and Factionalism, January 30, 1940
20. Wolters to Emspak Regarding UE News and Wisconsin Labor Board, February 7, 1940
21. Wolters to James Matles Regarding Organization at Phoenix Products, Delta Manufacturing, and Square D, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 5, 1940
22. Wolters to Matles Regarding Negotiations and Decertification, September 13, 1940
23. Wolters to Matles Regarding Decertification and NLRB with September 13, 1940, R.W. Whitmore Letters to Our Employees and Wolters and September 9, 1940, Whitmore Statement, September 17, 1940
24. Wolters to Matles Regarding Decertification and Wisconsin Labor Board, September 22, 1940
25. Wolters to Matles Regarding Globe Union, Organization, Factionalism, Decertification and AFL and Steelworkers Organizing Committee Inter-union Rivalry with Clipping, October 2, 1940
Folder 28 Local 1111 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1939
1. James Carey to Claude Bishop Regarding Factionalism, January 4, 1939
2. Carey to Esther Greenemeier Regarding Factionalism and Officers, February 15, 1939
3. Carey to Bishop Regarding Factionalism, February 16, 1939
4. Julius Emspak to James White Regarding Milwaukee Organization, April 29, 1937
5. Emspak to White Regarding Organization, June 16, 1937
6. Emspak to White Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Organization, July 3, 1937
7. Emspak to White Regarding Wisconsin Organization, July 19, 1937
8. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 10, 1937
9. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding UE News, March 1, 1939
10. Emspak to Fred Halverson Regarding Strikes, May 19, 1939
11. Emspak to Local 1111 Regarding Per Capita, June 26, 1939
12. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding Strikes, June 27, 1939
13. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding Strikes, July 3, 1939
14. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding Strikes, July 11, 1939
15. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding Strikes, July 18, 1939
16. Emspak to Halverson Regarding Strikes, July 25, 1939
17. Emspak to Greenmeier, August 2, 1939
18. Emspak to Greenmeier Regarding Strikes, August 8, 1939
19. Emspak to Halverson Regarding Strikes and Finances, August 25, 1939
Folder 29 Local 1111 General Incoming Correspondence, 1940-1955
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Halverson Regarding Per Capita, January 12, 1940
2. Emspak to Adam Pierce Regarding Per Capita, February 19, 1940
3. Emspak to Harley Wright Regarding Local 1111 Dance, February 26, 1940
4. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Per Capita, March 6, 1940
5. Emspak to Wright Regarding Finances, March 12, 1940
6. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Per Capita, July 3, 1940
7. Emspak to Florence Michaels Regarding General Executive Board, August 27, 1940
8. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Per Capita, September 11, 1940
9. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Per Capita, September 16, 1940
10. Emspak to Florence Michaels Regarding Decertification and Officers, October 15, 1940
11. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Per Capita, October 29, 1940
12. Emspak to Wright Regarding Negotiations and Reorganization, November 27, 1940
13. Emspak to Wright Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Reorganization, December 5, 1940
14. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Per Capita, December 12, 1940
15. Emspak to Michaels Regarding Per Capita, January 30, 1941
16. Emspak to Michaels Regarding Milwaukee Organization, February 7, 1941
17. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Mailing List and UE News, April 1, 1941
18. Emspak to Pierce Regarding Finances, June 30, 1941
19. Emspak to Michaels Regarding UE News and Finances, July 17, 1941
20. Emspak to Michaels Regarding Constitution and Insurance, July 24, 1941
21. Emspak to Michaels Regarding Finances and 1941 UE Convention, July 31, 1941
22. Emspak to Earl Hammel Regarding Dues and Veterans, November 13, 1944
23. Emspak to Joseph Reloznik Regarding Finances, December 11, 1950
24. Emspak to Herman Kuehne Regarding National Strike Fund, October 9, 1952
25. Emspak to Kuehne Regarding Membership Drive, December 28, 1955
Folder 30 Local 1111 General Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1955
1. James Matles to Fred Halverson Regarding Negotiations, April 26, 1938
2. Matles to Claude Bishop Regarding Artificial Limb Industry Organization, October 18, 1938
3. Matles to Halverson Regarding Strikes, May 16, 1939
4. Secretary of Matles to Harley Wright Regarding Strikes, July 17, 1939
5. Matles to Wright Regarding Contracts, November 1, 1940
6. Matles to Wright Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Arbitration, and Firings, January 13, 1941
7. Matles to Wright Regarding NLRB, June 2, 1941
8. Matles to Wright Regarding NLRB and Firings, October 22, 1941
9. Matles to Herman Kuehne Regarding Decca Contract, April 27, 1942
10. Matles to Kuehne Regarding Membership Drive, June 18, 1951
11. Matles to Kuehne Regarding Membership Drive, February 14, 1952
12. Matles to Kuehne Regarding NLRB, January 29, 1953
13. Matles to Kuehne Regarding Local Party, November 3, 1954
14. Matles to Kuehne Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Red-baiting, February 2, 1955
15. William Mitchell to Halverson Regarding Labor Education, February 4, 1938
16. Mitchell to Claude Biship Regarding ITE Circuit Breaker, November 10, 1938
Folder 31 Local 1111 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1939
1. Claude Biship to James Matles Regarding Artificial Lamb Organization, October 15, 1938
2. Biship to Matles Regarding ITE Circuit Breaker and Sub-contracting, November 1, 1938
3. Biship to James Carey Regarding Factionalism and Milwaukee Congress of Industrial Organizations, November 28, 1938
4. Biship to Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 13, 1938
5. Biship to Carey Regarding Factionalism and Wisconsin CIO, December 13, 1938
6. Biship to Carey Regarding Factionalism and Officers, December 31, 1938
7. Biship to Julius Emspak Regarding 1939 UE Convention, September 12, 1939
8. Esther Greenmeier to UE Regarding Officers, May 18, 1937
9. Greenmeier to UE Regarding Factionalism and Milwaukee CIO, December 5, 1938
10. Greenmeier to UE Regarding Legislation, January 17, 1939
11. Greenmeier to Carey Regarding Factionalism and Officers, February 13, 1939
12. Greenmeier to UE Regarding People's Press, February 25, 1939
Folder 32 Local 1111 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1947
1. Fred Halverson to Julius Emspak Regarding Negotiations, April 23, 1938
2. Halverson to UE Regarding Negotiations, May 4, 1938
3. Halverson to Emspak Regarding Strikes and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, May 13, 1939
4. Halverson to Emspak Regarding Strikes, May 24, 1939
5. Halverson to UE Regarding Strikes, July 19, 1939
6. Halverson to UE Regarding Strikes, July 20, 1939
7. Halverson to Emspak Regarding Strikes, Firings, and Finances, August 10, 1939
8. Halverson to UE Regarding Finances, August 25, 1939
9. Halverson to Emspak Regarding Reorganization, Wisconsin Labor Board, and Firings with Union Security Agreement and Total Strike Donations, August 29, 1939
10. Earl Hammel to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, November 2, 1944
11. Hammel to General Executive Board Regarding Factionalism and Local 203, March 6, 1947
Folder 33 Local 1111 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1954
1. Herman Kuehne to James Matles Regarding Contracts and Decca, April 22, 1942
2. Kuehne to Matles Regarding Contracts, April 30, 1942
3-4. Kuehne to Matles Regarding Membership Drive and Finances, January 25, 1952
5. Kuehne to Julius Emspak Regarding Women's Conference, April 6, 1953
6. Kuehne to Matles Regarding Stewards Park with Ticket, October 25, 1954
7. Florence Michaels to Emspak Regarding Officers, December 16, 1939
8. Michaels to General Executive Board Regarding Per Capita, August 20, 1940
9. Michaels to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, August 20, 1940
10. Michaels to Emspak Regarding Officers and Decertification with Wisconsin Employment Board Election Order, October 12, 1940
11. Michaels to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 10, 1941
12. Michaels to Emspak Regarding Officers, February 14, 1941
13. Michaels to General Executive Board Regarding Mailing List, June 18, 1941
14. Michaels to Emspak Regarding Officers and Conscription, February 23, 1942
15. Michaels to Matles Regarding Negotiations and Contracts at Lee Engineering and Phoenix Products, April 7, 1942
16. Shirley Mislove to Emspak Regarding Incentive, War Labor Board, and Officers, January 27, 1944
17. Adam Pierce to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 27, 1940
18. Pierce to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 9, 1940
19. Pierce to Emspak Regarding UE News and Mailing List, March 25, 1941
20. Pierce to Emspak Regarding Milwaukee Organization, June 28,1941
21. Pierce to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 26, 1942
Folder 34 Local 1111 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1952
1. Joseph Rebznik to UE Regarding Per Capita, December 9, 1950
2. Barbara Tanner to James Matles Regarding Officers and Membership Drive, March 3, 1952
3. Tanner to Julius Emspak Regarding General Cable Strike, September 29, 1952
4. James White to James Carey Regarding Wisconsin Organization and Staff Members, April 27, 1937
5. White to Carey Regarding Wisconsin Organization and Wisconsin Congress of Industrial Organizations, May 5, 1937
6. White to Carey Regarding Wisconsin Organization and Wisconsin CIO, May 12, 1937
7. White to Carey Regarding Wisconsin Organization, June 7, 1937
8. White to Carey Regarding Local 1113 Strike and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, June 20, 1937
9. White to Carey Regarding Local 1113 Strike, AFL Inter-union Rivalry, Rhea Vac Organization, and United Auto Workers, June 28, 1937
10. White to Emspak Regarding Hamilton Beach Organization, AFL Inter-union Rivalry, and District 11 Officers, July 12, 1937
11. Harley Wright to Matles Regarding Strikes with A-B Customers, July 13, 1939
12. Wright to Matles Regarding Unemployment, Sub-contracting, and National Labor Relations Board, October 11, 1939
13. Wright to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 24, 1940
14. Wright to Howard Smith Regarding Political Action with Letter to Carey, November 15, 1939
15. Wright to Matles Regarding Decertification Drive and NLRB, October 17, 1940
16. Wright to Matles Regarding Decertification Drive, October 21, 1940
17. Wright to UE Regarding Decertification Drive, October 30, 1940
18. Wright to Emspak Regarding Decertification Drive and Reorganization with Ballot, October 31, 1940
19. Wright to Emspak Regarding Reorganization and Negotiations, November 22, 1940
Folder 35 Local 1111 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1941
1. Harley Wright to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Officers, Negotiations, National Labor Relations Board, and Reorganization, November 29, 1940
2. Wright to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, NLRB, Factionalism, Officers, and District 11, January 10, 1941
3. Wright to James Matles Regarding Arbitration and Firings, January 13, 1941
4. Wright to Matles Regarding Phoenix Products Negotiations and NLRB, March 17, 1941
5. Wright to Matles Regarding NLRB, April 19, 1941
6. Wright to Matles Regarding Phoenix Products Contract and Reorganization, May 19, 1941
7. Wright to Matles Regarding NLRB and Dismissals with Company Proposal, October 19, 1941
Folder 36 Local 1111 S. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Correspondence, 1956-1967
Folder 37 Local 1111 Report of Financial Secretary, May-November 1937
Folder 38 Local 1111 Per Capita Reports, December 1937-July 1938
Folder 39 Local 1111 Subsidies and Other Monies, 1968-1978
Folder 40 Local 1111 Financial Information, 1938-1941
1. Notice of Delinquency, April 1938
2. Legal Bill with October 6, 1939, Harley Wright Letter to Julius Emspak, September 25, 1939
3. UE News Statement, June 1941
Folder 41 Local 1111 Leaflets, 1949-1955, undated
1. "To All Members" Regarding Negotiations, August 1, 1949
2. "Lets Check First" Regarding Red-baiting, 1955
3. "Think It Over" Regarding Negotiations, n.d.
4. "Dear Brothers" Regarding Strikes, n.d.
Folder 42 Local 1111 Newspaper Clippings, 1939-1956, undated
1. "State Labor Board Prohibits Mass Picketing," July 14, 1939
2. "Local Pledges Test in Court" Regarding Red-baiting, January 24, 1956
3. "Petitions Ask Union Probe," January 25, 1955
4. "New Demand for Retraction," February 2, 1955
5. "Alleged Red Activities Here May Be Probed," February 5, 1955
6. "1st Subpoenas Today," February 22, 1955
7. "GOP Employment Board Cracks Down on Labor," n.d.
Folder 43 Local 1111 Organization, 1937
1. Max Geline to UE, April 19, 1937
2. Julius Emspak to Geline, April 20, 1937
Folder 44 Local 1111 Milwaukee Congress of Industrial Organizations and Factionalism, 1938
1. Mayer Adelman to James Carey, July 29, 1938
2. Carey to Adelman, August 3, 1938
3. Trial Committee Report with Fred Wolters Letter to Editor, Actions of Council, and November 28, 1938, Adelman Letter to Carey, November 1938
4. Carey to Claude Biship, December 6, 1938
5. Local 1111 Executive Board Members to Carey, December 10, 1938
Folder 45 Local 1111 Decertification Drive, 1940
1. Estelle Frankfurter to James Matles, September 20, 1940
2. Agnes to Matles, September 23, 1940
3. Frankfurter to Matles, September 26, 1940
4. Nathan Witt to Matles, October 12, 1940
5. James Payne to Emspak, November 1, 1940
6. Emspak to Matles with Election Results, November 1, 1940
Folder 46 Local 1111 District 11 Organization, 1940
1. Fred Wolter to James Matles, March 23, 1940
2. Matles to Wolter, March 27, 1940
3. Matles to Wolter, April 11, 1940
4. Wolter to Matles, April 18, 1940
5. Wolter to Matles, May 15, 1940
6. Matles to Wolter, May 22, 1940
Folder 47 Local 1111 Membership Drive, 1951-1952
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles, May 16, 1951
2. Matles to DeMaio, June 8, 1951
3. Matles to DeMaio, January 31, 1952
4. DeMaio to Matles, February 15, 1952
5-6. Matles to Dave Ratner, July 28, 1952
Folder 48 Local 1111 Correspondence and Contract Information, 1938-1955
1. Contract Summary with May 23, 1938, Fred Wolter Letter, May 1938
2. Wages and Rates, April 1939
3. Hoyler Connell to James Matles Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, January 22, 1940
4. Ray Klausner to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Per Capita, December 19, 1944
5. Phil Smith to DeMaio Regarding Factionalism and Officers, February 25, 1949
6. Smith to Matles Regarding Negotiations, October 15, 1949
7. Emil Muelver to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Red-baiting, February 5, 1955
Folder 49 Local 1111 Strike, 1939
1. Lynde Bradley to Production Employees, June 28, 1939
2. Bradley to Employees, July 1, 1939
3. Ballot, July 8, 1939
4. James Matles to UE Locals with Mailing List and July 20, 1939, Matles Letter to Harley Wright, July 20, 1939
Folder 50 Local 1111 Milwaukee Allen Bradley Phoenix Newsletters, 1983
Folder 51 Local 1111 Allen Bradley Strike, 1970
Folder 52 Local 1111 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1971-1982
Folder 53 Local 1111 Miscellaneous, 1960-1980

Section: Local 1112

Folder 54 Local 1112 Milwaukee Badger Die Casting Correspondence, 1968-1975
Folder 55 Local 1112 Subsidies, Loans, and Other Monies, 1972
Folder 56 Local 1112 Badger Die Casting Strike, 1972-1976
Folder 57 Local 1112 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1971
Folder 58 Local 1112 Correspondence, 1960-1967

Section: Local 1112 (Albert Len)

Folder 59 Local 1112 (Albert Len) Officers List, November 20, 1946
Folder 60 Local 1112 (Albert Len) Outgoing Correspondence, 1946-1947
1. Donald Phillips to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, August 26, 1946
2. Phillips to UE Regarding Organization, September 1946
3. Leo Steene to Emspak Regarding Officers, February 18, 1947
4. Oscar Vigness to UE Regarding Bankruptcy, April 11, 1947
5. Jack Welsch to UE Regarding Organization, August 27, 1946
Folder 61 Local 1112 (Albert Len) Organization, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, August 30, 1946
2. DeMaio to Emspak, September 4, 1946
3. Emspak to DeMaio, September 19, 1946
4. Authorization Card List, 1946
Folder 62 Local 1112 (Albert Len) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Disbanding, April 17, 1947

Section: Local 1112 (Earlville)

Folder 63 Local 1112 (Earlville) Officers List, June 22, 1951
Folder 64 Local 1112 (Earlville) Incoming Correspondence, 1951-1952
1. Julius Emspak to Howard Duffey Regarding Organization, June 25, 1951
2. Emspak to Clyde Estes Regarding Per Capita, June 25, 1952
Folder 65 Local 1112 (Earlville) Outgoing Correspondence, Clyde Estes to UE Regarding Per Capita, May 22, 1952
Folder 66 Local 1112 (Earlville) Organization, 1951
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak, June 20, 1951
2. Memo, June 22, 1951
3. Emspak to DeMaio, June 25, 1951
4. Emspak to Milton Burns, June 25, 1951

Section: Local 1113

Folder 67 Local 1113 Constitutions, 1937-1944
Folder 68 Local 1113 Officers Lists, February 15, 1943-January 21, 1953
Folder 69 Local 1113 Bryon Buck Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1940
1. James Carey to Byron Buck Regarding Strikes, November 21, 1938
2. Carey to Buck Regarding Officers and Factionalism, March 7, 1939
3. Carey to Buck Regarding Radio Broadcasts, March 16, 1939
4. Carey to Buck, July 6, 1939
5. Carey to Buck Regarding Factionalism and District 11, March 21, 1940
6. Carey to Buck Regarding Factionalism and Political Action, October 26, 1940
7. Julius Emspak to Buck Regarding Unemployment, Seniority, and Per Capita, November 6, 1937
8. Emspak to Buck Regarding Transfers and Unemployment, November 15, 1937
9. Emspak to Buck Regarding Dues, Factionalism, American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, and Unemployment, December 2, 1937
10. Emspak to Buck Regarding Employment and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, January 5, 1938
11. Emspak to Buck Regarding District 11 and Factionalism, February 5, 1938
12. Emspak to Buck Regarding Per Capita, March 12, 1938
13. Emspak to Buck Regarding Arnold Case and Factionalism, March 21, 1938
14. Emspak to Buck Regarding Negotiations, April 12, 1938
15. Emspak to Buck Regarding International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, July 28, 1938
16. Emspak to Buck Regarding Speed Queen Organization, August 29, 1938
17. Emspak to Buck Regarding Speed Queen Organization, September 23, 1938
18. Emspak to Buck Regarding Factionalism and District 11, October 13, 1938
19. Emspak to Buck Regarding Factionalism and District 11, December 21, 1938
20. Emspak to Buck Regarding Hours, January 4, 1939
21. Emspak to Buck Regarding Unemployment, January 4, 1939
22. Emspak to Buck Regarding UE News and Recreation, January 25, 1939
23. Emspak to Buck Regarding Management Personnel, February 3, 1939
24. Emspak to Buck Regarding National Labor Relations Board, March 17, 1939
25. Emspak to Buck Regarding Wages and Motor Industry, September 22, 1939
26. Emspak to Buck Regarding Annual Christmas Party, December 12, 1939
27. Emspak to Buck Regarding Finances, January 22, 1940
28. Emspak to Buck Regarding Finances and Runaway Shops, January 24, 1940
29. Emspak to Buck Regarding Finances, February 23, 1940
30. Emspak to Buck Regarding Finances, February 24, 1940
31. Emspak to Buck Regarding Finances, Factionalism, and District 11, February 27, 1940
32. Emspak to Buck Regarding Factionalism, May 9, 1940
33. Emspak to Buck Regarding Runaway Shop, August 5, 1940
34. Emspak to Buck Regarding Finances, October 9, 1940
35. Emspak to Buck Regarding 1941 UE Convention, August 25, 1941
36. Emspak to Buck Regarding Dues, September 17, 1941
37. S. Kelly to Buck Regarding Negotiations, January 20, 1939
38. James Matles to Buck Regarding Staff Members, September 18, 1937
39. Matles to Buck Regarding Strike, December 1, 1938
40. Matles to Buck Regarding Negotiations and District 11, June 29, 1939
41. Matles to Buck Regarding Negotiations and Runaway Shops, May 16, 1940
42. William Mitchell to Buck Regarding Staff Members, November 16, 1938
43. Executive Secretary to Buck Regarding Finances, September 14, 1937
44. Executive Secretary to Buck Regarding Finances, September 23, 1937
Folder 70 Local 1113 Bryon Buck Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1941
1. Bryon Buck to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization and Per Capita, August 5, 1937
2. Buck to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Unemployment, and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, September 10, 1937
3. Buck to James Carey Regarding Grievances, September 18, 1937
4. Buck to Emspak Regarding AFL Inter-union Rivalry, Unemployment, and Per Capita, October 29, 1937
5. Buck to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Dues, November 5, 1937
6. Buck to Emspak Regarding Unemployed, AFL Inter-union Rivalry, and Seniority, November 22, 1937
7. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances, AFL Inter-union Rivalry, and Unemployment, December 21, 1937
8. Buck to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Unemployment, and District 11, January 22, 1938
9. Buck to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Staff Members, March 8, 1938
10. Buck to Emspak Regarding AFL Inter-union Rivalry and Unemployment, March 17, 1938
11. Buck to Emspak Regarding Education, District 11, Negotiations, and Staff Members, April 6, 1938
12. Buck to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Negotiations, and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, July 14, 1938
13. Buck to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, Local 1113 Picnic, Employment, and Speed Queen Washing Machine Organization, August 23, 1938
14. Buck to Emspak Regarding Grievances, Steelworkers Organizing Committee, and Political Action, September 18, 1938
15. Buck to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, District 11 Factionalism, and Unemployment, September 27, 1938
16. Buck to James Matles Regarding Lockout, November 15, 1938
17. Buck to James Carey Regarding Lockout, November 16, 1938
18. Buck to Emspak Regarding Grievances, November 25, 1938
19. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances, District 11, and Factionalism, December 13, 1938
20. Buck to Emspak Regarding Christmas Party, Officers, Hours, and Unemployment, December 23, 1938
21. Buck to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Membership Drive, Unemployment, District 11, Hours, and UE News, January 11, 1939
22. Buck to Matles Regarding Grievances and Unemployment, January 13, 1939
23. Buck to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Officers Subcontraction Grievances, AFL Inter-union Rivalry, Staff Members, and Activities, January 18, 1939
24. Buck to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Officers, February 21, 1939
25. Buck to Matles Regarding Officers, February 23, 1939
26. Buck to Emspak Regarding Officers, March 3, 1939
27. Buck to Carey Regarding Officers, National Labor Relations Board, District 11, and Radio Broadcast, March 10, 1939
28. Buck to Emspak Regarding Officers, NLRB, and District 11, March 13, 1939
29. Buck to Carey Regarding Radio Broadcasts, March 21, 1939
30. Buck to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, June 21, 1939
31. Buck to Matles Regarding Negotiations, Factionalism, and District 11, June 28, 1939
32. Buck to Matles Regarding Negotiations, July 5, 1939
33. Buck to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Negotiations, September 13, 1939
34. Buck to Carey Regarding Factionalism, District 11, Employment, and Hours, October 6, 1939
35. Buck to Emspak Regarding Christmas Party, December 6, 1939
36. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 12, 1940
37. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances, Officers, and Runaway Shops, January 12, 1940
38. Buck to Emspak Regarding Officers, Finances, Employment, District 11, and Factionalism, February 6, 1940
39. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances and Per Capita, February 13, 1940
40. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances, District 11, and Ladies Auxiliary, February 23, 1940
41. Buck to Carey Regarding Catholic Worker, District 11, and Employment, March 15, 1940
42. Buck to Matles Regarding Runaway Shops and Negotiations, May 6, 1940
43. Buck to Matles Regarding Runaway Shop, Wages, Negotiations, and Employment, May 7, 1940
44. Buck to Matles Regarding Negotiations, July 16, 1940
45. Buck to Emspak Regarding Finances and Runaway Shops, July 31, 1940
46. Buck to Emspak Regarding Officers, September 27, 1940
47. Buck to Matles, December 9, 1940
48. Buck to Emspak Regarding Strikes, June 26, 1941
49. Buck to Emspak Regarding Dues, August 19, 1941
Folder 71 Local 1113 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1953
1. Larry Cover to Emil Muelver Regarding Strikes, November 26, 1952
2. Julius Emspak to Cecil Disbrow Regarding Organization, May 3, 1937
3. Emspak to Kenneth Conklin Regarding Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, May 8, 1937
4. Emspak to Arthur Otto Regarding Finances, Organization, and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, May 14, 1937
5. Emspak to Conklin Regarding Finances and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, July 3, 1937
6. Emspak to Ellen Reuther Regarding Seniority, July 29, 1937
7. Emspak to Conklin Regarding People's Press, January 15, 1938
8. Emspak to Conklin Regarding Finances and District 11, January 22, 1938
9. Emspak to Paul Clouthier Regarding UE News, May 19, 1938
10. Emspak to Clouthier Regarding Contracts, July 20, 1939
11. Emspak to Clouthier Regarding Films, October 31, 1939
12. Emspak to Clouthier Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 4, 1939
13. Emspak to Delbert Staton Regarding Staff Members, January 25, 1940
14. Emspak to Jack Allar Regarding Staff Members, January 31, 1940
15. Emspak to Allar Regarding Finances, February 9, 1940
16. Emspak to Virginia Burns Regarding Factionalism, March 5, 1942
17. Emspak to Burns Regarding Constitution, March 12, 1942
18. Emspak to Burns Regarding Constitution, April 8, 1942
19. Emspak to Burns Regarding Constitution, June 15, 1942
20. Emspak to Otto Regarding Overtime, October 22, 1942
21. Emspak to Otto Regarding Overtime, October 29, 1942
22. Emspak to Otto Regarding Overtime, November 27, 1942
23. Emspak to Irene Krueger Regarding Finances and 1944 UE Convention, August 11, 1944
24. Emspak to Leo Thomas Regarding PAC, October 17, 1944
25. Emspak to Krueger Regarding Withdrawals, January 25, 1945
26. Emspak to Walter Schmirler Regarding Negotiations, January 24, 1946
27. Emspak to Alice Seehafer Regarding Dues, September 17, 1947
28. Emspak to Muelver Regarding Finances, February 20, 1948
29. Emspak to Muelver Regarding Withdrawals, December 21, 1948
30. Emspak to Walter Forcey Regarding Taft Hartley Affidavits, December 15, 1949
31. Emspak to Muelver Regarding Strikes, April 1, 1952
32. Emspak to Muelver Regarding Mailing List, August 26, 1952
33. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, October 3, 1952
34. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, October 10, 1952
35. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, October 17, 1952
36. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, October 24, 1952
37. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, October 31, 1952
38. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, November 7, 1952
39. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, November 14, 1952
40. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, November 21, 1952
41. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, November 28, 1952
42. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, December 5, 1952
43. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, December 13, 1952
44. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, December 19, 1952
45. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, December 24, 1952
46. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, December 31, 1952
47. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, January 8, 1953
48. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, January 26, 1953
49. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, February 3, 1953
50. Emspak to Seehafer Regarding Strikes, February 6, 1953
51. Emspak to Evelyn Hanson Regarding Strikes, February 6, 1953
52. Emspak to Seehaver Regarding Strikes, February 13, 1953
53. Emspak to Lillian Ruechel Regarding Strikes, February 20, 1953
54. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, February 27, 1953
55. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, March 6, 1953
56. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, March 13, 1953
57. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, March 20, 1953
58. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, March 27, 1953
59. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, April 3, 1953
60. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, April 10, 1953
61. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, April 17, 1953
62. Emspak to Muelver Regarding Strikes, April 20, 1953
63. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, April 24, 1953
64. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, May 4, 1953
65. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, May 8, 1953
66. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, May 15, 1953
67. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, May 22, 1953
68. Emspak to Ruechel Regarding Strikes, July 30, 1953
69. Albert Fitzgerald to Walter Schmirler Regarding Negotiations, November 23, 1945
70. Fitzgerald to Muelver Regading Tenth Anniversary, March 21, 1947
71. Gurt Geutafion to Local 1113 Regarding Strikes, December 6, 1952
72. James Matles to Kenneth Conklin Regarding AFC Inter-union Rivalry and Finances, March 4, 1938
73. Matles to Conklin Regarding Staff Members, March 8, 1938
74. Matles to Conklin Regarding Lockout, December 7, 1938
75. Matles to Conklin Regarding Wassau Visit, January 4, 1939
76. Matles to Helen Schultz Regarding Strikes, July 10, 1941
77. Matles to Otto Regarding Contracts, Wages, and Factionalism, October 22, 1942
78. Matles to Otto Regarding Staff Members, March 19, 1943
79. Matles to Muelver Regarding Runaway Shops, May 4, 1948
80. Matles to Evelyn Hanson Regarding Staff Members, October 9, 1951
81. Matles to Muelver Regarding Strikes, February 3, 1953
82. William Mitchel to Conklin Regarding Finances, February 26, 1938
83. David Scribner to Muelver Regarding Arbitration, February 4, 1952
Folder 72 Local 1113 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1953, undated
1. Jack Allar to Julius Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board, October 1, 1939
2. Allar to Emspak Regarding Officers, NLRB, Civil Service, and District 11, February 21, 1941
3. Allar to James Matles Regarding Wages and America Mobilization for Peace, March 25, 1941
4. Allar to Emspak Regarding Strikes, June 2, 1941
5. Virginia Burns to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 18, 1942
6. Paul Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Ladies Auxiliary, May 10, 1939
7. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, May 23, 1939
8. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and NLRB, June 17, 1939
9. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Contracts and NLRB, July 15, 1939
10. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding 1939 UE Convention, July 21, 1939
11. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Officers, Annual Picnic, Unemployment, Grievances, and 1939 UE Convention, August 15, 1939
12. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Films, American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, and Employment, October 18, 1939
13. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Films and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, October 24, 1939
14. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Unemployment, and Films, November 13, 1939
15. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Union Label with Newspaper Clipping, November 24, 1939
16. Clouthier to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Officers, December 9, 1939
17. Kenneth Conklin to Emspak Regarding Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, May 3, 1937
18. Conklin to Emspak Regarding Withdrawals and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, July 29, 1937
19. Conklin to Emspak Regarding Seniority and Firings, August 16, 1937
20. Conklin to Emspak Regarding Finances, Staff Members, and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, January 15, 1938
21. Conklin to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 17, 1938
22. Conklin to Emspak Regarding Finances, Negotiations, and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, February 21, 1938
23. Conklin to James Matles Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism, July 29, 1938
24. Conklin to Matles Regarding Lockouts, Unemployment, and Staff Members, November 29, 1938
25. Conklin to Matles Regarding District 11 and Strikes, December 27, 1938
26. Conklin to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 22, 1940
27. Frank Davis to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 11, 1942
28. Walter Forcey to Emspak Regarding Packinghouse Strikes and Unemployment, March 14, 1949
29. Evelyn Hanson to UE Regarding Staff Members, September 28, 1951
30. Hanson to UE Regarding Strikes and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 1952
31. Hanson to Emspak Regarding Eye-Opener, February 3, 1953
32. Hanson to Emspak Regarding Strikes, February 17, 1953
33. Hanson to UE Regarding Strikes and NLRB, March 16, 1953
34. Hanson to Emspak Regarding Strikes, April 1, 1953
35. Hanson to Emspak Regarding Strikes, April 6, 1953
36. Virginia Hoffman to General Executive Board Regarding Factionalism and Local 1121, July 31, 1942
37. Irene Krueger to Emspak Regarding Withdrawal and Dues, January 23, 1944
38. Krueger to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 25, 1944
39. Emil Muelver to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Tenth Anniversary Dance, March 17, 1947
40. Muelver to Matles Regarding Runaway Shops, January 10, 1948
41. Muelver to UE Regarding Finances, February 18, 1948
42. Muelver to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, December 16, 1948
43. Muelver to Matles Regarding Grievances, Unemployment, and Seniority, February 1, 1952
44. Muelver to Matles Regarding Finances, May 22, 1952
45. Muelver to Emspak Regarding Strikes, May 23, 1952
46. Muelver to Matles Regarding Strikes, January 31, 1953
47. Muelver to Matles Regarding Strikes, April 3, 1953
48. Muelver to Emspak Regarding Strikes, April 13, 1953
49. Muelver to Matles Regarding Strikes and NLRB, July 10, 1953
50. Muelver to Emspak Regarding Strikes and NLRB, September 9, 1953
51. Muelver to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes and Finances, September 29, 1953
52. Muelver to Matles Regarding Finances, September 29, 1953
53. Arthur Otto to Emspak Regarding Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, May 10, 1937
54. Otto to Matles Regarding Factionalism, District 11, Local 1121, and Negotiations, July 31, 1942
55. Otto to Emspak Regarding Officers and 1942 UE Convention, August 28, 1942
56. Otto to Emspak Regarding Overtime, October 16, 1942
57. Otto to Emspak Regarding Overtime, October 24, 1942
58. Otto to Matles Regarding Contracts and Overtime, November 17, 1942
59. Otto to Emspak Regarding Overtime and Grievances, November 17, 1942
60. Otto to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Grievances, March 6, 1943
61. Otto to Fitzgerald Regarding Conscription, n.d.
62. Ellen Ruether to Emspak Regarding Seniority, July 19, 1937
63. Ruether to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 9, 1937
64. Walter Schmirler to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, November 19, 1945
65. Helen Schultz to Emspak Regarding Contracts and Firings, July 9, 1941
66. Schultz to Emspak Regarding Constitution, January 1942
67. Alice Seehafer to UE Regarding Dues, September 11, 1947
68. Delbert Stanton to Emspak Regarding Runaway Shops, May 28, 1940
69. Leo Thomas to Emspak Regarding Political Action, October 13, 1944
70. Robert Weiland to Emspak Regarding Officers, October 15, 1943
Folder 73 Local 1113 Per Capita Reports, June 1937-July 1938
Folder 74 Local 1113 Financial Information, 1937, 1953
1. Report of Financial Secretary, July 1937
2. Lockout Balance Sheet, June 6, 1953
Folder 75 Local 1113 Newspapers, Closed Gates, July 24-25, 1946
Folder 76 Local 1113 Leaflets, 1952
1. "Dear Brothers" Regarding Strikes with April 22, 1952, Ernest DeMaio Letter to All Local Unions, April 21, 1952
2. "These People Crossed Our Picket Line," May 19, 1952
Folder 77 Local 1113 Newspaper Clippings, 1940-1952
1. "Eye Factory for Dubuove" with April 9, 1940, James Matles Letter to Byron Buck, April 9, 1940
2. "Strike Vote Looms," 1946
3. "Dispute Closes Marathon Electric," February 29, 1952
4. "At 2PM" Regarding Strike, February 29, 1952
5. "Marathon Electric" Regarding Strike, March 1, 1952
6. "Marathon Electric Remains Idle," March 1, 1952
7. "The Employees" Regarding Strike, March 3, 1952
8. "Help Wanted" Regarding Strike, March 3, 1952
9. "Local Firm is Picketed," March 4, 1952
10. "Help Wanted" Regarding Strike, March 4, 1952
11. "An Answer to an Advertisement" Regarding Strike and Congress of Industrial Organizations, March 5, 1952
12. "Marathon Electric Lockout Continues," March 5, 1952
13. "The Lock-out Continues," March 5, 1952
14-15. "Marathon Electric" Regarding Strikes, March 5, 1952
16. "Marathon Electric Lockout Continues," March 7, 1952
17. "We Are Quoting" Regarding Strikes, March 7, 1952
18-19. "Help Wanted" Regarding Strikes, March 8, 1952
20. "600 Pickets Gather," March 10, 1952
21. "Help Wanted" Regarding Strike, March 11, 1952
22. "Retraction" Regarding Strikes, March 11, 1952
23. "We Are Delegates" Regarding Strikes, March 11, 1952
24. "The Wausau Central Labor Union AFL" Regarding Strikes, March 13, 1952
25. "Marathon Electric Workers" Regarding Strike, March 13, 1952
26. "Help Wanted" Regarding Strike, March 13, 1952
Folder 78 Local 1113 Bonding Claim, 1940
1. Albert Olson to Stella Abrams, January 12, 1940
2. Olson to Julius Emspak, February 23, 1940
Folder 79 Local 1113 Buck Firing, 1941
1. Byron Buck to Jack Allar, December 3, 1941
2. Buck to Julius Emspak, December 3, 1941
3. Buck to Emspak, December 9, 1941
Folder 80 Local 1113 Finances and Factionalism, 1942-1943
1. Laurence Jacobsen to Julius Emspak, December 17, 1942
2. Emspak to Jacobsen with Per Capita List, December 22, 1942
3. Emspak to Jacobsen, February 17, 1943
4. James Matles to Jacobsen, May 4, 1943
Folder 81 Local 1113 Lockout, 1946
1. Philip Smith to James Matles, July 11, 1946
2. Smith to Matles, 1946
3. Local 111B Statement, 1946
Folder 82 Local 1113 Lockout, 1952-1953
1. Ernest DeMaio to All UE Locals, March 20, 1952
2. Julius Emspak to DeMaio, April 9, 1952
3. Emspak to DeMaio, April 18, 1952
4. Emspak to DeMaio, April 25, 1952
5. Emspak to DeMaio, May 13, 1952
6. Emspak to DeMaio, May 21, 1952
7. James Matles to Michael Essin, June 3, 1952
8. Emspak to DeMaio, June 4, 1952
9. Emspak to DeMaio, June 12, 1952
10. Emspak to DeMaio, June 25, 1952
11. Emspak to DeMaio, July 1, 1952
12. DeMaio to David Ratner, July 24, 1952
13. Emspak to DeMaio, July 28, 1952
14. Emspak to DeMaio, July 30, 1952
15. Emspak to DeMaio, August 6, 1952
16. Emspak to DeMaio, August 12, 1952
17. Emspak to DeMaio, August 20, 1952
18. Emspak to DeMaio, August 26, 1952
19. Emspak to DeMaio, September 2, 1952
20. Emspak to DeMaio, September 11, 1952
21. Emspak to DeMaio, September 22, 1952
22. DeMaio to Matles, September 23, 1952
23. Matles to DeMaio, September 24, 1952
24. Emspak to DeMaio, September 29, 1952
25. Matles Memo to Albert Fitzgerald, February 11, 1953
26. Note, October 1953
27. Excerpt of Muelver Report, November 1953
Folder 83 Local 1113 Miscellaneous, 1938-1955
1. Bishop to James Carey Regarding Strikes, November 19, 1938
2. Wage Scale, January 1939
3. Radio Broadcast, March 26, 1939
4. Carey to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 6, 1939
5. Memo, February 1940
6. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Per Capita, July 12, 1943
7. Notification of Pending Disagreement, January 10, 1946
8. Phil Smity to DemMaio Regarding Factionalism and Unemployment, January 8, 1949
9. Smity to Matles Regarding Taft Hartley Affidavits, December 12, 1949
10. Emspak to Hecla Press Regarding Finances and National Labor Relations Board, February 17, 1955

Section: Local 1114

Folder 84 Local 1114 Constitution, 1947-1954
1. Constitution with February 6, 1947, Louis Torre Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, January 1947
2. Constitution with December 29, 1948, Torre Letter to Fitzgerald, December 1948
3. Constitution, March 1954
Folder 85 Local 1114 Officers Lists, October 14, 1939-August 10, 1944
Folder 86 Local 1114 Officer Minutes with Report, October 21, 1947
Folder 87 Local 1114 Officers Resolutions, 1945-1947
1. Officer Resolution Regarding Harry Bridges' Case with February 12, 1945, Louis Torre Letter to UE, February 8, 1945
2. Officer Resolution Regarding Factionalism and Illinois Congress of Industrial Organizations with September 4, 1947, Torre Letter to Philip Murray, September 1947
Folder 88 Local 1114 Membership Resolutions, 1940-1943
1. Membership Resolution Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, June 28, 1940
2. Membership Resolution Regarding Foreign Policy, 1943
Folder 89 Local 1114 Louis Torre Incoming Correspondence, 1941-1949
1. Janet Barish to Louis Torre Regarding Finances, December 7, 1943
2. John Daly to Torre Regarding War Labor Board and Fotte Gear Negotiations, September 14, 1945
3. Peg Darin to Torre Regarding Finances, August 21, 1942
4. Ernest DeMaio to Torre Regarding Ahlberg Bearing Negotiations, August 6, 1946
5. Julius Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, December 1, 1941
6. Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, January 9, 1942
7. Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, February 2, 1942
8. Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, March 26, 1942
9. Emspak to Torre Regarding Political Action, September 25, 1942
10. Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, April 16, 1943
11. Emspak to Torre Regarding Westinghouse Negotiations, August 30, 1943
12. Emspak to Torre Regarding Illinois Gear Organization, September 29, 1943
13. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues, November 11, 1943
14. Emspak to Torre Regarding Tool and Die Organization, December 14, 1943
15. Emspak to Torre Regarding Conscription, December 16, 1953
16. Emspak to Torre Regarding Per Capita, January 4, 1944
17. Emspak to Torre Regarding White Collar Workers Organization, April 20, 1944
18. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues and D.O. James Manufacturing, July 27, 1944
19. Emspak to Torre Regarding Local Picnic and Insurance, August 11, 1944
20. Emspak to Torre Regarding Chicago Visit, October 4, 1944
21. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues and Veterans, October 16, 1944
22. Emspak to Torre Regarding Staff Finances, December 29, 1944
23. Emspak to Torre Regarding Factionalism, Local 1150, and Organization at Goodman Manufacturing and Clayton Mark, January 23, 1945
24. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues, John Wood Manufacturing Organization, and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, January 23, 1945
25. Emspak to Torre Regarding Foremen Organization, March 13, 1945
26. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dauly Machine Organization and Dues, June 1, 1945
27. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dauly Machine Organization and Dues, June 11, 1945
28. Emspak to Torre Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Negotiations, October 8, 1945
29. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues, Cribben and Sexton, and Hubbard Spool, October 30, 1945
30. Emspak to Torre Regarding Ampro Organization and Dues, November 12, 1945
31. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues, November 30, 1945
32. Emspak to Torre Regarding Dues and Dauly Machine, April 22, 1946
33. Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, July 31, 1946
34. Emspak to Torre Regarding Foreign Policy and Political Action, April 8, 1947
35. Emspak to Torre Regarding Finances, May 27, 1947
36. Emspak to Torre Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Strikes, June 11, 1947
37. Emspak to Torre Regarding John Wood Strikes, August 23, 1948
38. Norma Gould to Torre Regarding Foote Gear Organization, July 1, 1942
39. James Matles to Torre Regarding Strikes, September 15, 1941
40. Matles to Torre Regarding Unemployment, November 25, 1941
41. Matles to Torre Regarding Finances, December 22, 1941
42. Matles to Torre Regarding Overtime, January 22, 1942
43. Matles to Torre Regarding Foote Gear Organization, July 6, 1942
44. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members, September 22, 1942
45. Matles to Torre Regarding Dauly Machine and Negotiations, September 26, 1942
46. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members, November 19, 1942
47. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, March 4, 1943
48. Matles to Torre Regarding Negotiations, November 13, 1945
49. Matles to Torre Regarding Negotiations, November 15, 1945
50. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members, November 26, 1945
51. Matles to Torre Regarding Strikes and Foote Gear Contract, December 17, 1945
52. Matles to Torre Regarding Combustion Engineering, United Steelworkers of America, and Boilermakers, June 29, 1946
53. Matles to Torre Regarding Organization and Factionalism, July 18, 1946
54. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members, October 4, 1946
55. Matles to Torre Regarding Mailing List, December 4, 1946
56. Matles to Torre Regarding Western Electric Organization, February 18, 1947
57. Matles to Torre Regarding Factionalism, July 23, 1947
58. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, October 27, 1947
59. Matles to Torre Regarding New York City Meeting, February 19, 1948
60. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members and Chicago Visit, February 2, 1949
61. Matles to Torre Regarding Staff Members, February 8, 1949
62. Don Pinkston to Torre Regarding White Collar Workers Organization, March 15, 1946
63. David Ratner to Torre Regarding Staff Members, March 6, 1946
64. Ben Riskin to Torre Regarding Ampro, June 7, 1946
65. Riskin to Torre Regarding Ampro and General Percision Contracts, June 18, 1946
66. George Rooney to Torre Regarding Hertner and International Projector Negotiations, December 24, 1947
67. A.N. Towsen to Torre Regarding Wages, Incentive Pay, and Foote Gear, December 13, 1943
Folder 90 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1941-1942
1. Louis Torre to James Matles Regarding Eagle Grinding Contract, Foote Gear and Stewart Warner Organization, and Staff Finances, August 11, 1941
2. Torre to Matles Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations with Letter to John Steelman, September 10, 1941
3. Torre to Matles Regarding Foote Gear Strike and Organization, September 1941
4. Torre to Matles Regarding Baumbach Manufacturing Contract, Organization, and Officers with October 29, 1941, Letter to Neal McGillicuddy, October 30, 1941
5. Torre to Matles Regarding Unemployment, November 17, 1941
6. Torre to Matles Regarding Gaumbach Contract and Danly Machine Organization, December 2, 1941
7. Torre to Matles Regarding Hanson Scale, December 3, 1941
8. Torre to Matles Regarding Finances, December 18, 1941
9. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board Negotiations and Foote Gear, January 7, 1942
10. Torre to Matles Regarding Overtime, January 20, 1942
11. Torre to UE Regarding Decca Wages, January 28, 1942
12. Torre to Matles Regarding Plant Closeures, Negotiations and Organization, March 25, 1942
13. Torre to Matles Regarding 53rd St. and Chicago Foote Gear Organization and War Labor Board, June 24, 1942
14. Torre to John Steelman Regarding WLB and Merdle-Korf Organization, August 20, 1942
15. Torre to Matles Regarding Organization, Staff Members, Contracts, Negotiations, and WLB, November 10, 1942
16. Torre to Emspak Regarding Tuthill Pump and Grievances, December 3, 1942
17. Torre to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Finances, December 4, 1942
Folder 91 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1942-1943
1. Louis Torre to Neil Brant Regarding War Labor Board and Negotiations, December 23, 1942
2. Torre to James Matles Regarding Contracts and Negotiations, December 31, 1942
3. Torre to Neil Brant Regarding WLB, January 26, 1943
4. Torre to Gus Towsen Regarding Insurance, WLB, and Wages, January 26, 1943
5. Torre to Robert Wise Regarding Productivity, February 4, 1943
6. Torre to Matles Regarding American Gear Lockout, February 5, 1943
7. Torre to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Organization, International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, Women, and Lockouts, February 24, 1943
8. Torre to Matles Regarding Finances, March 30, 1943
9. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding Tourek and Armstrong Blum Negotiations and WLB, May 22, 1943
10. Torre to Emspak Regarding Insurance, June 3, 1943
11. Torre to Emspak Regarding Incentive and Check-off, August 28, 1943
12. Torre to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Foote Gear Negotiations, September 21, 1943
13. Torre to Emspak Regarding Illinois Gear Organization and Finances, September 27, 1943
14. Torre to Ray Klausner Regarding Officers, October 4, 1943
15. Torre to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off and Foote Gear, November 9, 1943
16. Torre to Draft Board Regarding Conscription, December 2, 1943
17. Torre to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 4, 1943
18. Torre to Emspak Regarding Conscription, December 4, 1943
19. Torre to Emspak Regarding Employment and Midwestern Tool, December 9, 1943
Folder 92 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1944
1. Louis Torre to William Davis Regarding Ahlberg Bearing Strike, Firings, and War Labor Board, December 15, 1943
2. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Miehle Press Organization, January 19, 1944
3. Torre to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1944
4. Torre to United Auto Workers Regarding Ahlberg Bearing and WLB, February 12, 1944
5. Torre to Gus Towsen Regarding Ahlberg Bearing and WLB, February 12, 1944
6. Torre to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 15, 1944
7. Torre to Emspak Regarding Foote Gear White Collar Organization and United Office and Professional Workers of America Inter-union Rivalry, April 12, 1944
8. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, April 12, 1944
9. Torre to Emspak Regarding Political Action, April 12, 1944
10. Torre to Emspak Regarding Political Action, April 21, 1944
11. Torre to Emspak Regarding James Manufacturing Organization and Per Capita, July 13, 1944
12. Torre to Emspak Regarding Local Picnic and Staff Finances, July 13, 1944
13. Torre to Emspak Regarding Scully Jones Organization, October 14, 1944
14. Torre to Emspak Regarding Goodman Manufacturing Organization, Factionalism, and Local 1150, October 24, 1944
15. Torre to Emspak Regarding Miehle Press Organization, Unemployment, and Chicago Organization, November 17, 1944
16. Torre to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, December 22, 1944
17. Torre to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers Organization, December 22, 1944
18. Torre to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 22, 1944
Folder 93 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1944-1945
1. Louis Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 22, 1944
2. Torre to Emspak Regarding Goodman Manufacturing, Clayton Mark, Factionalism, and Local 1150, January 6, 1945
3. Torre to Emspak Regarding John Wood and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, January 10, 1946
4. Torre to Emspak Regarding John Wood Manufacturing and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, January 31, 1945
5. Torre to Emspak Regarding Foote Gear Foremen and Organization, March 2, 1945
6. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Illinois Tool Organization, March 15, 1945
7. Torre to Walter Harris Regarding Bell & Howell and Onsrod Machine Organization, Congress of Industrial Organizations, and Inter-union Rivalry with UAW and Optical Workers, April 18, 1945
8. Torre to Emspak Regarding Danly Machine Membership Drive and Dues, May 24, 1945
9. Torre to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Negotiations, May 24, 1945
10. Torre to Emspak Regarding Danly Machine Membership Drive and Dues, June 8, 1945
11. Torre to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, August 10, 1945
12. Torre to Emspak Regarding Picnic, August 10, 1945
13. Torre to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, September 5, 1945
14. Torre to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Political Action, Wages, and Organization, September 11, 1945
15. Torre to Secretary of Labor Regarding Illinois Gear Negotiations and War Labor Board, October 2, 1945
16. Torre to Secretary of Labor Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Negotiations and National Labor Relations Board, October 4, 1945
17. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding James Manufacturing Negotiations and WLB, October 17, 1945
18. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Ahlberg Bearing Negotiations and WLB, October 19, 1945
19. Torre to Emspak Regarding Hubbard Spool and Cribben Sexton Organization, October 23, 1945
20. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Merkle Koff Negotiations and WLB, October 23, 1945
21. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Gear Specialities Negotiations and WLB, October 25, 1945

Box 7
Folder 1 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1945
1. Louis Torre to John Daly Regarding War Labor Board and Negotiations, November 5, 1945
2. Torre to Neil Brant Regarding WLB, November 5, 1945
3. Torre to James Matles Regarding Negotiations, November 5, 1945
4. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding Ampro Membership Drive, November 8, 1945
5. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, November 13, 1945
6. Torre to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, November 14, 1945
7. Torre to Matles Regarding Strikes, November 28, 1945
8. Torre to Emspak Regarding Strikes, December 26, 1945
9. Torre to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Finances, January 4, 1946
10. Torre to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Clayton Mark Negotiations and National Labor Relations Board, January 7, 1946
11. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Chicago Metal Negotiations and NLRB, February 8, 1946
12. Torre to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 28, 1946
Folder 2 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1946
1. Louis Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding White Collar Organization, March 8, 1946
2. Torre to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding John Woods Manufacturing Negotiations, March 13, 1946
3. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Clayton Mark Negotiations, April 8, 1946
4. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations and Wages, April 13, 1946
5. Torre to Secretary of Labor Regarding Danly Machine Negotiations, April 13, 1946
6. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Chicago Metal Manufacturing Negotiations, April 13, 1946
7. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Midwestern Tool Negotiations, April 13, 1946
8. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Baumbach Manufacturing, April 13, 1946
9. Torre to Emspak Regarding Danly Machine Membership and Dues, April 19, 1946
10. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Tourek Manufacturing Negotiations, April 30, 1946
11. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Ampro Negotiations, May 1, 1946
12. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Tuthill Pump Negotiations, May 1, 1946
13. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Scully Jones Negotiations, May 3, 1946
14. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding Clayton Mark Negotiations, April 8, 1946
15. Torre to Emspak Regarding Publicity, May 8, 1946
16. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Negotiations, May 17, 1946
17. Torre to Charles Fay Regarding Ampro Contract, June 11, 1946
18. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Excelsior Negotiations, June 18, 1946
19. Torre to James Matles Regarding Combustion Engineering, June 21, 1946
20. Torre to Matles Regarding Service Tool, International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, and Tool and Die Organization with IAM Contract Excerpt, July 2, 1946
21. Torre to Matles Regarding Service Tool and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, July 3, 1946
22. Torre to Emspak Regarding Ahlberg Bearing and Clayton Mark Strikes, July 3, 1946
Folder 3 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1946-1947
1. Louis Torre to James Matles Regarding Ahlberg Bearing Strike and Clayton Mark Contract, July 25, 1946
2. Torre to Matles Regarding Factionalism, July 26, 1946
3. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding Ahlberg Bearing Strike, August 13, 1946
4. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Service Tool Negotiations, September 6, 1946
5. Torre to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Service Tool Negotiations, September 6, 1946
6. Torre to Matles Regarding Tool and Die Organization, September 30, 1946
7. Torre to Secretary of Labor Regarding Miehle Press Negotiations, September 30, 1946
8. Torre to Robert Wishart Regarding Minneapolis Honeywell Negotiations, November 11, 1946
9. Torre to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, November 21, 1946
10. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Scully Jones Negotiations, December 1946
11. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Chicago Gear Negotiations, December 6, 1946
12. Torre to Wishart Regarding Minneapolis Honeywell Negotiations and Factionalism, December 26, 1946
13. Torre to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 26, 1946
14. Torre to Matles Regarding Western Electric Organization, February 6, 1947
15. Torre to Matles Regarding Mall Tool and Illinois Tool Organization and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, February 6, 1947
16. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding Perfection Screw Negotiations, February 10, 1947
17. Torre to Michael Mann Regarding Political Action and All Chicago Labor Committee, February 10, 1947
18. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Hanson Scale Negotiations, February 11, 1947
19. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Miehle Press Negotiations, February 27, 1947
20. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Ampro Negotiations, March 3, 1947
21. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding South Organization and Congress of Industrial Organizations, March 6, 1947
Folder 4 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1947
1. Louis Torre to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Negotiations, March 21, 1947
2. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Foote Gear Contract, April 4, 1947
3. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Cribben and Sexton Negotiations, April 22, 1947
4. Torre to James Matles Regarding Taft Hartley and General Strike, May 5, 1947
5. Torre to Matles Regarding Local Picnic, May 6, 1947
6. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding Local Picnic, May 6, 1947
7. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local Picnic, May 6, 1947
8. Torre to Emspak Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Strike, June 2, 1947
9. Torre to Matles Regarding Miehle Press and Runaway Shop, June 10, 1947
10. Torre to Schwellenbach Regarding Onsrud Machine Negotiations, June 11, 1947
11. Torre to Emspak Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Strike, June 12, 1947
12. Torre to Matles Regarding Tool and Die Organization with July 21, 1947, Matles Letter to Ernest DeMaio, July 14, 1947
13. Torre to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 18, 1947
14. Torre to Matles Regarding Taft Hartley and Ampro Organization, September 4, 1947
15. Torre to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, October 22, 1947
16. Torre to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, November 6, 1947
17. Torre to DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, November 12, 1947
Folder 5 Local 1114 Louis Torre Outgoing Correspondence, 1947-1949
1. Louis Torre to Leo Turner Regarding Organization, Dues, Staff Members, and Factionalism with Shop Per Capita, December 3, 1947
2. Torre to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, Illinois Congress of Inudstrial Organizations, and Factionalism with Turner Letter to Joseph Germano, January 13, 1948
3. Torre to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, January 13, 1948
4. Torre to Julius Emspak Regarding Lostig Case, January 21, 1948
5. Torre to Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 6, 1948
6. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding CIO, Factionalism, and Political Action, February 10, 1948
7. Torre to General Executive Board Regarding Political Action with Resolution, February 25, 1948
8. Torre to Thomas Clark Regarding Deportations, March 3, 1948
9. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, April 8, 1948
10. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding Gaertner Scientific Negotiations, April 8, 1948
11. Torre to UE Regarding Durez Strike, June 18, 1948
12. Torre to Fitzgerald Regarding Local Picnic, June 29, 1948
13. Torre to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Ampro, June 29, 1948
14. Torre to Emspak Regarding Onsrud Machine Negotiations, August 7, 1948
15. Torre to Emspak Regarding John Wood Manufacturing Strike, August 13, 1948
16. Torre to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 30, 1948
17. Torre to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Staff Members, and Officers, January 17, 1949
18. Torre to Matles Regarding Officers, Factionalism, and Staff Members with Vote Tally Sheet, February 1, 1949
Folder 6 Local 1114 Robert Mintz Incoming Correspondence, 1949-1954
1. Julius Emspak to Robert Mintz Regarding Staff Finances, May 16, 1949
2. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Taft Hartley Affidavits, November 15, 1949
3. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Per Capita, March 21, 1951
4. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Dues, September 26, 1951
5. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Miehle Press Strike, June 12, 1952
6. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Miehle Press Strike, July 1, 1952
7. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Factionalism with Address List, October 1, 1952
8. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Strike Fund, October 24, 1952
9. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Strike Fund, November 11, 1952
10. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Finances, November 17, 1952
11. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Strike Fund, December 3, 1952
12. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Strike Fund, December 16, 1952
13. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Finances, January 23, 1953
14. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, August 4, 1953
15. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, August 12, 1953
16. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, August 18, 1953
17. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, August 25, 1953
18. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Finances, August 26, 1953
19. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, August 26, 1953
20. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, September 3, 1953
21. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, September 10, 1953
22. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, September 17, 1953
23. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, September 30, 1953
24. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, October 23, 1953
25. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, October 27, 1953
26. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, November 20, 1953
27. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Strikes and Finances, December 10, 1953
28. Emspak to Mintz Regarding Unemployment, April 7, 1954
29. Albert Fitzgerald to Mintz Regarding Chicago Visit, August 24, 1949
30. James Matles to Mintz Regarding Miehle Press Negotiations, March 12, 1949
31. Matles to Mintz Regarding Finances, March 23, 1949
32. Matles to Mintz Regarding Finances, May 19, 1949
33. Matles to Mintz Regarding Finances, June 29, 1949
34. Matles to Mintz Regarding Finances, October 7, 1949
35. Matles to Mintz Regarding Matles Visit, February 13, 1951
36. Matles to Mintz Regarding Staff Members, May 17, 1951
37. Matles to Mintz Regarding Staff Members, December 26, 1951
38. Matles to Mintz Regarding Honeywell Strike, May 5, 1953
39. Matles to Mintz Regarding Brad Foote Gear, American Gear, and Finances, November 6, 1953
40. Matles to Mintz Regarding Finances, January 21, 1954
41. Matles to Mintz Regarding American Gear, Brad Foote Gear, and Lawsuits, January 27, 1954
42. Matles to Mintz Regarding Staff Finances, September 10, 1954
43. Matles to Mintz Regarding Staff Members, December 30, 1954
Folder 7 Local 1114 Robert Mintz Outgoing Correspondence, 1949-1955
1. Robert Mintz to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Miehle Press Strike, March 9, 1949
2. Mintz to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 18, 1949
3. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, March 28, 1949
4. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Gaertner Scientific Negotiations, April 7, 1949
5. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Combustion Engineering Negotiations, April 21, 1949
6. Mintz to Joseph Germano Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, May 11, 1949
7. Mintz to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, May 12, 1949
8. Mintz to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 20, 1949
9. Mintz to Matles Regarding Finances, Foote Gear Strike, and Combustion Engineering Strike, June 23, 1949
10. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Strike, June 28, 1949
11. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Lanovet, August 23, 1949
12. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 30, 1949
13. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Taft Hartley Affidavits and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 15, 1949
14. Mintz to David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 13, 1949
15. Mintz to Emspak Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 14, 1949
16. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 20, 1950
17. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Danly Machine and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, April 5, 1950
18. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 10, 1950
19. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Conference, October 11, 1950
20. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 30, 1951
21. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 7, 1951
22. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 24, 1951
23. Mintz to Russ Nixon Regarding Wages and War Labor Board, June 29, 1951
24. Mintz to UE Regarding Staff Members, August 6, 1951
25. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Dues, September 6, 1951
26. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 10, 1952
27. Mintz to Matles Regarding Wage Conference, April 25, 1952
28. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Miehle Press Strike, April 25, 1952
29. Mintz to Matles Regarding Miehle Press Strike and Wage Conference, May 5, 1952
30. Mintz to Matles Regarding Miehle Press Strike and Wage Conference, May 7, 1952
31. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Miehle Press Strike, July 7, 1952
32. Mintz to Matles Regarding Factionalism, September 26, 1952
33. Mintz to Milt Burns Regarding Local 1119, October 20, 1952
34. Mintz to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, January 23, 1953
35. Mintz to Matles Regarding Wages and Miehle Press with Job Operation Schedule, February 2, 1953
36. Mintz to UE Regarding Address List, February 18, 1953
37. Mintz to Matles Regarding Merger of Locals 1119 and 1150, March 3, 1953
38. Mintz to Matles Regarding Wage Conference, April 29, 1953
39. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 24, 1953
40. Mintz to Matles Regarding Brad Foote Strike, August 12, 1953
41. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 21, 1953
42. Mintz to Matles Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, American Gear Strike, and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, September 16, 1953
43. Mintz to Matles Regarding Stewards Conference, October 21, 1953
44. Mintz to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Brad Foote Gear Strike, and American Gear Strike, October 28, 1953
45. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 6, 1953
46. Mintz to Emspak Regarding Brad Foote Strike, American Gear Strike, and Membership, March 25, 1954
47. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 8, 1954
48. Mintz to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 29, 1954
49. Mintz to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, February 10, 1955
Folder 8 Local 1114 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1955
1. Ben Blose to Local 1114 Regarding Brad Foote Strike, October 5, 1953
2. Jack Burch to Ruth Anderson Regarding Allied Industrial Products Negotiations, November 30, 1955
3. Joseph Dermody to Henry Meiks Regarding Local 133, November 12, 1945
4. Julius Emspak to Gus Hellstrom Regarding Organization, June 9, 1937
5. Emspak to Louis Richter Regarding Organization, December 10, 1937
6. Emspak to Richter Regarding Organization and Per Capita, January 14, 1938
7. Emspak to John Coluin Regarding Factionalism, February 18, 1938
8. Emspak to Hellstrom Regarding Dues, February 24, 1938
9. Emspak to Richter Regarding Per Capita with Per Capita Payments, January 13, 1939
10. Emspak to Fred Quattlander Regarding Suspension, January 23, 1939
11. Emspak to Local 1114 Regarding Maytag Strike, March 30, 1939
12. Emspak to Quattlander Regarding Finances, May 24, 1939
13. Emspak to Walter Willits Regarding Withdrawals, June 30, 1939
14. Emspak to Quattlander Regarding Constitutions, February 20, 1940
15. Emspak to Richter Regarding Employment, February 26, 1940
16. Emspak to Carl Grosse Regarding Life Insurance, April 8, 1940
17. Emspak to Quattlander Regarding Transfers, July 16, 1940
18. Emspak to Quattlander Regarding Strikes, March 24, 1941
19. Emspak to Quattlander Regarding Finances, September 26, 1941
20. Emspak to Quattlander Regarding Finances, October 30, 1941
21. Emspak to D. Albano Regarding Allied War Relief, June 23, 1942
22. Emspak to Joseph Persily Regarding Foote Gear and War Labor Board, November 15, 1943
23. Emspak to Darrio Bianco Regarding Per Capita, January 20, 1944
24. Emspak to Bianco Regarding Per Capita, February 24, 1944
25. Emspak to Harry Klein Regarding Wages, May 9, 1944
26. Emspak to Frank Kozobowski Regarding Strikes, January 10, 1946
27. Emspak to Charles Anderson Regarding National Strike Fund, October 23, 1942
28. Emspak to William Ward Regarding Unemployment, February 24, 1954
29. Emspak to Byron Edwards Regarding Finances and Local 1150, October 10, 1955
30. Emspak to Michael Karpa Regarding Amalgamation, October 13, 1955
31. Lester Martin to Local 1114 Regarding Strikes, October 19, 1953
32. James Matles to Quattlander Regarding Staff Members, July 3, 1940
33. Matles to Carl Grosse Regarding Organization, July 22, 1940
34. Matles to Ernest Rohrdavitz Regarding Organization, December 2, 1940
35. Matles to Quattlander Regarding Organization, December 17, 1940
36. Matles to Quattlander Regarding Organization, January 21, 1941
37. Matles to William Dombrow Regarding American Tool and Dye Strike, March 28, 1941
38. Matles to Grosse Regarding Staff Members, May 13, 1941
39. Matles to Quattlander Regarding Organization, June 19, 1941
40. Matles to Quattlander Regarding Organization, July 28, 1941
41. Matles to Quattlander Regarding Finances and Officers, September 15, 1941
42. Matles to Dominic Albano Regarding Staff Finances, February 6, 1943
43. Matles to Edward Bailey Regarding Finances and Organization, November 7, 1946
44. Matles to Charles Jeske Regarding Finances, February 21, 1947
45. Matles to Thomas Burke Regarding Factionalism, August 14, 1947
46. William Mitchell to John Schotheis Regarding Tool and Dye Organization, May 3, 1938
47. David Ratner to Miriam Cheifetz Regarding Finances, February 25, 1949
Folder 9 Local 1114 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1955
1. Dominic Albano to James Matles Regarding Danly Detroit Organization, April 2, 1943
2. Albano to P.H. Danly Regarding Employment, April 2, 1943
3. Charles Anderson to UE Locals Regarding Brad Foote Gear Strike, American Gear Strike, and Inter-union Rivalry with the Teamsters and United Steelworkers of America with Robert Mintz Letter to Matles, August 13, 1953
4. Bernard Angert to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Negotiations, January 31, 1947
5. Angert to Schwellenbach Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, Gaertner Scientific, and Firings, March 7, 1947
6. Angert to Schwellenbach Regarding James Manufacturing Negotiations, April 3, 1947
7. Angert to Schwellenbach Regarding Illinois Gear Negotiations, April 10, 1947
8. Angert to Schwellenbach Regarding Wood Manufacturing Negotiations, May 10, 1947
9. Angert to Schwellenbach Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, May 22, 1947
10. Angert to Schwellenbach Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, June 12, 1947
11. Darrio Bianco to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, November 19, 1943
12. Thomas Burke to Matles Regarding Clayton Mark, Company Union, Red-baiting, and Factionalism, August 4, 1947
13. James Butler to Schwellenbach Regarding Perfeciton Screw Negotiations, January 13, 1947
14. Butler to Emspak Regarding Wages and Grievances with Letter to George Fiala, April 17, 1947
15. Butler to Schwellenbach Regarding Tuthill Pump Negotiations, May 13, 1947
16. Butler to Schwellenbach Regarding Towek Manufacturing Negotiations, June 11, 1947
17. Butler to William Cahn Regarding Political Action, December 9, 1947
18. Miriam Cheifetz to David Ratner Regarding Finances, February 18, 1949
19. John Coluin to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, February 8, 1938
20. Edward Dailey to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Tourek Manufacturing Negotiations, July 30, 1948
21. Byron Edwards to Emspak Regarding Local 1150 and Per Capita, October 7, 1955
Folder 10 Local 1114 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1949
1. Mrs. George Fiala Regarding Factionalism with April 15, 1947, Julius Emspak Letters to Louis Torre and Mrs. Fiala, April 9, 1947
2. Matthew Fueist to UE Regarding Tuthill Pump and Wages, November 6, 1942
3. Fueist to Helen Rosenthal Regarding Tuthill Pump and Wages with November 25, 1942, Emspak Letters to Fueist and Torre, November 23, 1942
4. Max Gordon to GE Regarding Insurance, January 15, 1945
5. Carl Grosse to Emspak Regarding Officers, May 1939
6. Grosse to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, February 25, 1940
7. Grosse to James Carey Regarding Tool and Dye Organization, August 30, 1940
8. Grosse to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 5, 1940
9. Grosse to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, April 30, 1941
10. Ed Hall to Matles Regarding Decca and Officers, August 10, 1943
11. Gus Hellstrom to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, May 30, 1937
12. Charles Jeske to Emspak Regarding PAC, August 30, 1946
13. Jeske to General Executive Board Regarding Factionalism and Separate Charter, March 14, 1949
Folder 11 Local 1114 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1942-1955
1. Bob Karney to Philip Murray Regarding Illinois Tool and Wages, December 12, 1944
2. Michael Karpa to Julius Emspak Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1114 and 1150 with September 9, 1955, Local 1114 Resolution and September 8, 1955, Local 1150 Resolution, September 12, 1955
3. Karpa to David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 29, 1955
4. Sam Kushner to Emspak Regarding Political Action, August 13, 1943
5. Stina Leander to Peg Darin Regarding Finances, August 22, 1942
6. Viviene Lowry to Emspak Regarding Brad Foote Strike, American Gear Strike, and Dues, March 25, 1954
7. Joseph Persily to W.A. Barr Regarding Foote Gear, Productivity, and Incentive, February 22, 1943
8. Persily to Emspak Regarding Foote Gear, War Labor Board, Wages, and No-Strike Pledge, November 8, 1943
9. Persily to Emspak Regarding Foote Gear, Productivity, and Absenteeism, December 15, 1943
10. Persily to Emspak Regarding Foote Gear and Incentive, December 21, 1943
11. Persily to James McLeish Regarding Finances, August 18, 1944
Folder 12 Local 1114 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1941
1. Fred Quattlander to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers and Per Capita, January 14, 1939
2. Quattlande to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Employment, March 1939
3. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Officers and Excelsor Tool Negotiations, May 20, 1939
4. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Finances, and International Association of Machinists, June 24, 1939
5. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 13, 1939
6. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, November 1939
7. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 13, 1940
8. Quattlander to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, June 30, 1940
9. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Transfers, July 1940
10. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, December 2, 1940
11. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Per Capita, Organization, and Staff Members, December 15, 1940
12. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Organization and Staff Members with Shop List, January 1941
13. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Finances, American Tool Strike, and Organization, March 15, 1941
14. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, April 27, 1941
15. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, June 7, 1941
16. Quattlander to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Organization, June 10, 1941
17. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Officers and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, June 24, 1941
18. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 29, 1941
19. Quattlander to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Finances, and Officers, September 13, 1941
Folder 13 Local 1114 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1948
1. Louis Richter to UE Regarding Factionalism and Organization, December 1, 1937
2. Richter to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, January 6, 1938
3. Richter to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Unemployment, and Officers, March 4, 1938
4. Richter to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Allied Tool Contract, January 6, 1939
5. Richter to Emspak Regarding Officers, February 18, 1940
6. Ernest Rohrdaritz to James Matles Regarding Organization, November 15, 1940
7. John Schultheis to Emspak Regarding Officers and Unemployment, April 6, 1938
8. Pasko Soso to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Danly Machine Negotiations, June 9, 1948
9. Soso to Fitzgerald Regarding Danly Machine Negotiations, June 9, 1948
10. Soso to Fitzgerald Regarding Wood Manufacturing Negotiations, June 9, 1948
11. Soso to Fitzgerald Regarding Gear Specialties Negotiations, June 9, 1948
12. Soso to Fitzgerald Regarding Baumbach Negotiations, June 10, 1948
13. Soso to Fitzgerald Regarding Service Tool Negotiations, June 29, 1948
Folder 14 Local 1114 Correspondence, 1949-1954
Folder 15 Local 1114 Correspondence, 1955-1958
Folder 16 Local 1114 Correspondence, 1968-1979
Folder 17 Local 1114 Chicago Correspondence, 1956-1967
Folder 18 Local 1114 Chicago Correspondence, 1980-1987
Folder 19 Local 1114 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, November 1937-May 1938
Folder 20 Local 1114 Report of Financial Secretary, June 1937-May 1938
Folder 21 Local 1114 Financial Statements, June-August 1946
Folder 22 Local 1114 Financial Contributions to Local, September 16, 1953
Folder 23 Local 1114 Officers Report, 1948
Folder 24 Local 1114 Newspapers, 1945-1949
1. Chicago UE News, November 1, 1945
2. Champion, January 17, 1949
Folder 25 Local 1114 Pamphlets, 1949, undated
1. Foote Brothers Guilty Regarding Arbitration and Red-baiting, 1949
2. Will Organization Pay You? Regarding Organization, n.d.
Folder 26 Local 1114 Leaflets, 1942-1949, undated
1. "Agreement Signed" Regarding Danly Organization, January 1942
2. "NLRB Election Order" Regarding Scully Jones, October 19, 1944
3. "NLRB Election Order" Regarding Brad Foote Gear, February 14, 1945
4. "NLRB Election Order" Regarding Service Tool and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, July 2, 1946
5. "Check-off Authorization Drive" Regarding Miehle Press Negotiations with March 5, 1948, Louis Torre Letter to James Matles, March 3, 1943
6. "Sample Ballot" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
7. "To All Shop Workers" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
8. "Your Union" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
9. "Help Oust The Communists" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
10. "An Open Letter to Miehle Workers" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
11. "Local Elections" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
12. "Combustion Stewards Say" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
13. "Vote for Krajecki" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
14. "Scully Jones Stewards" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
15. "Let's Go" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
16. "Here is the Official Slate" Regarding Officers and Factionalism, 1949
17. "Wanted" Regarding Organization, n.d.
18. "You Asked For It" Regarding Organization and Company Union, n.d.
Folder 27 Local 1114 Reorganization, 1939
1. Earl McGrew to Julius Emspak, January 20, 1939
2. Emspak to McGrew, January 26, 1939
Folder 28 Local 1114 Staff Members, 1940
1. Memo, March 6, 1940
2. James Matles to Harry Wold, July 22, 1940
3. Matles to Fred Gardner, July 27, 1940
Folder 29 Local 1114 Torre Hiring, 1941
1. Louis Torre to James Matles, June 17, 1941
2. Staff Application, June 17, 1941
3. Torre to John Green, June 19, 1941
4. Torre to Matles, June 20, 1941
5. Grace Cane to Torre, July 12, 1941
Folder 30 Local 1114 Labor/Management Productivity Committee, 1942-1944, undated
1. Turret Lathe Department Report, December 14, 1942
2. Minutes, October 25, 1943
3. Minutes, November 16, 1943
4. Minutes, November 19, 1943
5. Minutes, December 3, 1943
6. Minutes, December 7, 1943
7. Minutes, December 10,1943
8. Minutes, December 14, 1943
9. Minutes, December 17, 1943
10. Minutes, January 11, 1944
11. Minutes, January 17, 1944
12. Minutes, February 14, 1944
13. Minutes, February 22, 1944
14. Minutes, February 28, 1944
15. Minutes, February 29, 1944
16. Minutes, March 3, 1944
17. Minutes, March 10, 1944
18. Tool Buying Points, n.d.
Folder 31 Local 1114 Mercury Manufacturing Strike, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, June 3, 1947
2. DeMaio to Emspak, June 5, 1947
Folder 32 Local 1114 Clayton Mark Inter-union Rivalry, 1947-1948
1. Cyrus Mark Statement, July 16, 1947
2. Clarence Mark to Louis Torre, July 16, 1947
3. Petition, 1948
4. Memo with Leaflets, 1948
Folder 33 Local 1114 Krezmarski Subsidy, 1949
1. Leo Turner to James Matles, March 18, 1949
2. David Ratner Memo to Turner, March 24, 1949
3. Matles to Turner, May 19, 1949
4. Turner to Matles, May 23, 1949
Folder 34 Local 1114 Factionalism and Separate Charter,
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, March 24, 1949
2. John Gojack to Charles Jeske with General Executive Board Report, April 7, 1949
Folder 35 Local 1114 Brad Foote and American Gear Strikes, 1953-1954
1. Julius Emspak to UE Locals, August 18, 1953
2. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles, October 15, 1953
3. Matles to Irvin Weir, October 15, 1953
4. Weir to Matles, October 27, 1953
5. Matles to Weir, December 31, 1953
6. Weir to Matles, January 15, 1954
Folder 36 Local 1114 Miscellaneous, 1938-1947
1. National Labor Relations Board Stipulation Regarding Allied Tool Organization, November 12, 1938
2. Petition Regarding District 11 Boundaries with September 30, 1940, Harry Wold Letter to James Carey, October 1940
3. Fred Gardner to James Matles Regarding Hanson Scale Contract, April 15, 1941
4. Neil Brant to Matles Regarding US Tool Organization, November 24, 1941
5. R.W. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Decca Negotiations, December 2, 1941
6. Larry Jacobsen to James Matles Regarding Danly Negotiations, March 1942
7. Lewis Gill to Brant Regarding Danly, March 19, 1942
8. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Finances, February 10, 1944
9. Activities Committee Minutes, July 11, 1944
10. Bob Karney to Phillip Murray Regarding Illinois Tool and Wages with December 28, 1944, Allan Haywood Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, December 12, 1944
11. John Daly to Fitzgerald Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations, September 14, 1945
12. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Illinois Gear Negotiations, October 4, 1945
13. Emspak to DeMaio Regarding Mercury Manufacturing Negotiations, October 8, 1945
14. DeMaio to Matles Regarding Gear Shops Strike, November 20, 1945
15. A.W. Coppin to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Foote Gear Negotiations and Strike, March 27, 1947
16. Report of Strike Regarding Onsrud Machine, July 22, 1947
17. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding Brad Foote Gear, July 29, 1947
18. Termination of Strike, August 12, 1947
Folder 37 Local 1114 Miscellaneous, 1948-1952
1. Louis Torre to Local 1114 Stewards Regarding John Wood Strike with Strike Relief Plan; August 12, 1948, Torre Letter to Local 1114 Membership; and Collection List, August 12, 1948
2. Torre to Local 1114 Members Regarding Factionalism and Officers, December 15, 1948
3. Leo Turner to James Matles Regarding Miehle Press Negotiations, March 11, 1949
4. Julius Emspak to Robert Mintz Regarding Danly Machine and Inter-union Rivalry with April 6, 1950, Emspak Letter to Danly Machine, April 6, 1950
5. Don Richards to Fred Saniat Regarding Cleveland with March 12, 1951, Mintz Letter to Matles, February 27, 1951
6. Milt Burns to Matles Regarding Miehle Press Contract, June 30, 1952
Folder 38 Local 1114 Subsidies, Other Monies, and Strike, 1956-1965
Folder 39 Local 1114 Special Monies and Subsidies, 1968-1981
Folder 40 Local 1114 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1971-1979
Folder 41 Local 1114 Amtron Strike, 1969-1979
Folder 42 Local 1114 Agreement Between Goodman Equipment Corporation and Local 1114, 1980-1981
Folder 43 Local 1114 Reflector Hardware Organizing, 1946
Folder 44 Local 1114 Service Tool Die and Manufacturing Co., 1946-1948
Folder 45 Local 1114 Building Rehabilitation, 1952-1977

Section: Local 1115

Folder 46 Local 1115 Officers Lists, May 14, 1952
Folder 47 Local 1115 Incoming Correspondence, 1947-1952
1. Julius Emspak to Harold Kahlbow Regarding Organization, April 22, 1947
2. Emspak to Eugene Schultz Regarding Political Action, October 31, 1947
3. Emspak to Doris Newirth Regarding Taft Hartley Affidavits, November 2, 1949
4. Emspak to Kahlbow Regarding Garton Toy Strike, October 6, 1949
5. Emspak to Peter Maratik Regarding National Strike Fund, November 3, 1952
Folder 48 Local 1115 Outgoing Correspondence, 1947-1949
1. Harold Kahlbow to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, April 21, 1947
2. Kahlbow to Emspak Regarding Garton Toy Strike, September 28, 1949
3. Eugene Schultz to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 25, 1947
4. Schultz to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 8, 1947
Folder 49 Local 1115 Sheboygan, WI, Correspondence, 1956-1967
Folder 50 Local 1115 Legal Bill, October 12, 1949
Folder 51 Local 1115 Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry,
1. Ray Klausner to Louis Majors, June 15, 1945
2. Charter Application, July 1, 1945
3. Joseph Kowakis to Julius Emspak, July 3, 1945
4. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, July 10, 1945
5. Emspak to Joseph Cetner, July 10, 1945
Folder 52 Local 1115 Reorganization, 1947
1. Ray Klausner to Ernest DeMaio, February 28, 1947
2. Phil Smith to Julius Emspak, March 1, 1947
3. Emspak to Smith, March 4, 1947
Folder 53 Local 1115 Correspondence, 1945-1949
1. Joe Cetner to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers and Organization, August 2, 1945
2. Lambert Sage to Emspak Regarding Garton Toy Organization and Company Union, June 12, 1946
3. Emspak to Smith Regarding Garton Toy Strike, October 3, 1949
Folder 54 Local 1115 710 Forms, 1948-1967
Folder 55 Local 1115 Garton Toy, 1960-1969

Section: Local 1117

Folder 56 Local 1117 Officers Lists, December 10, 1946-November 10, 1949
Folder 57 Local 1117 Membership Resolution Regarding Communications Workers of America and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, undated
Folder 58 Local 1117 Incoming Correspondence, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Florence Finnegan Regarding Finances, April 26, 1949
2. Emspak to Finnegan Regarding Finances, May 20, 1949
3. Emspak to Finnegan Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry with Communication Workers of America and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, October 17, 1949
4. Emspak to Finnegan Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry with CWA and IBEW, October 26, 1949
Folder 59 Local 1117 Outgoing Correspondence, 1946-1949
1. Gust De Fiacco to Julius Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 23, 1949
2. Florence Finnegan to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 21, 1949
3. Finnegan to Ray Klausner Regarding Finances, September 15, 1949
4. Finnegan to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, October 19, 1949
5. Douglas Hall to David Ratner Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 30, 1949
6. Eileen Hanson to S.T. Rockwell Regarding Officers and Inter-union Rivalry, November 10, 1949
7. Tobey Lapakko to UE Regarding Per Capita, October 9, 1946
Folder 60 Local 1117 Information Bulletin, 1949
Folder 61 Local 1117 Live Wire, February 25-March 29, 1949
Folder 62 Local 1117 CWA News, April 1949
Folder 63 Local 1117 Leaflets, 1948-1949
1. "Let's Get Together" Regarding Wages, July 1948
2. "Open Letter" Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Communication Workers of America Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
3. "Facts on the UE Contract" Regarding IBEW and CWA Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
4. "IBEW-AFL" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Red-baiting, 1949
5. "Special Meeting" Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
6. "There's A Reason For Everything" Regarding Unemployment and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
7. "False Rumors" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
8. "UE-CIO Wage Demands" Regarding IBEW and CWA Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
9. "Special Meeting" Regarding Negotiations, 1949
10. "The Four Freedoms" Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
11. "Report of Appeals Committee" Regarding Factionalism, 1949
12. "It Pays to Belong to UE" Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
13. "Stop Raiding" Regarding CWA and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry
Folder 64 Local 1117 Newspaper Clippings, undated
1. "Bierne to Speak to Phone Union," n.d.
2. "Phone Union CIO Tie Seen," n.d.
3. "Key Man In Phone Union Battle," n.d.
Folder 65 Local 1117 Publications, 1948-1949
1. Press Release Regarding Negotiations, July 13, 1948
2. Some Facts Pamphlet Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, March 1, 1949
Folder 66 Local 1117 Organization, 1945
1. Phil Smith to Julius Emspak, June 6, 1945
2. Ray Klausner to Smith, June 7, 1985
3. Emspak to Smith, July 9, 1945
4. Esther Tice to Emspak, August 9, 1945
5. Emspak to William Taragos, August 21, 1945
6. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, August 21, 1945
Folder 67 Local 1117 Dues/Veterans, 1945-1949
1. William Taragos to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, August 15, 1945
2. Emspak to Taragos, August 22, 1945
Folder 68 Local 1117 Per Capita Payments, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Anthony DeMaio, October 21, 1946
2. DeMaio to Emspak with Check List, October 22, 1946
3. Emspak to DeMaio, October 23, 1946
4. Ray Klausner to DeMaio, November 11, 1946
5. DeMaio to Emspak, November 13, 1946
6. Secretary of Emspak to DeMaio, November 21, 1946
Folder 69 Local 1117 Coordinated Bargaining Effort, 1948
1. Selma Memo to Ernest DeMaio with Union List, July 9, 1948
2. DeMaio to Joseph Bierne, July 10, 1948
3. DeMaio to James Matles, July 10, 1948
4. DeMaio to James Price, July 10, 1948
Folder 70 Local 1117 Inter-union Rivalry and Factionalism, 1949
1. David Ratner to Anthony DeMaio, February 10, 1949
2. Dan Tracy to All International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Officers, February 14, 1949
3. DeMaio to Ratner, February 16, 1949
4. Ratner to DeMaio, March 2, 1949
5. DeMaio to Ratner, March 7, 1949
6. Local 1140 Resolution, April 1949
7. Position of the IBEW, April 10, 1949
8. Ratner to DeMaio, April 12, 1949
9. Leo Turner to James Matles, April 13, 1949
10. DeMaio to Ratner, April 15, 1949
11. George McDonald to UE Members, June 18, 1949
12. Matles to DeMaio, September 9, 1949
13. DeMaio to Matles, September 13, 1949
14. Irvin Weir to Matles, October 8, 1949
15. Matles to DeMaio, October 10, 1949
16. DeMaio to Matles, October 10, 1949
17. Matles Memo to Janet, October 16, 1949
Folder 71 Local 1117 Correspondence, 1945-1946
1. Ernest DeMaio to William Taragos Regarding Finances, August 30, 1945
2. Julius Emspak to the General Executive Board Regarding Wages, September 19, 1945
3. Anthony DeMaio to S.T. Rockwell Regarding Negotiations, December 27, 1946

Section: Local 1118

Folder 72 Local 1118 Officers Lists, April 8-November 8, 1948
Folder 73 Local 1118 Organization, 1945
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak, August 14, 1945
2. Emspak to DeMaio, August 21, 1945
Folder 74 Local 1118 Inter-Union Rivalry with International Association of Machinists and United Auto Workers, 1949
1. Phil Smith to James Matles, March 18, 1949
2. Smith to Leo, March 23, 1949
3. Turner to Matles, May 23, 1949

Section: Local 1119

Folder 75 Local 1119 Officers Lists, June 12, 1947-March 3, 1950
Folder 76 Local 1119 Membership Resolutions, 1947-1949
1. Membership Resolution Regarding Illinois Congress of Industrial Organizations with September 5, 1947, Sam Kushner Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, August 1947
2. Membership Resolution Regarding Prices and Wages, December 1947
3. Membership Resolution Regarding Political Action, December 1947
4. Membership Resolution Regarding Taft-Hartley and United Mine Workers of America, December 22, 1949
Folder 77 Local 1119 Membership List, undated
Folder 78 Local 1119 Sam Kushner Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1947
1. Julius Emspak to Sam Kushner Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 10, 1946
2. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Employment, September 23, 1946
3. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Per Capita, November 8, 1946
4. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Harrison Sheet Steel Organization, June 6, 1947
5. James Matles to Kushner Regarding Sheet Metal Industry Organization, June 18, 1947
6. Matles to Kushner Regarding Finances, June 28, 1947

Box 8
Folder 1 Local 1119 Sam Kushner Outgoing Correspondence, 1946-1948
1. Sam Kushner to James Matles Regarding Organization and AFC Inter-union Rivalry, April 25, 1946
2. Kushner to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 6, 1946
3. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Employment and Closed Shop, September 17, 1946
4. Kushner to Emspak Regarding PAC, September 30, 1946
5. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, November 5, 1946
6. Kushner to Matles Regarding Organization, Wages, National Transformer Strike, and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, February 5, 1947
7. Kushner to Roy Siemiller Regarding National Transformer Strike and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, February 5, 1947
8. Kushner to Matles Regarding National Transformer Strike and IAM Inter-union Rivalry, March 4, 1947
9. Kushner to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Markstone Manufacturing Negotiations, March 27, 1947
10. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Publicity, April 18, 1947
11. Kushner to Schwellenbach Regarding International Register Negotiations, April 19, 1947
12. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Harrison Sheet Steel Organization and Sheet Metal Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 2, 1947
13. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Unemployment, July 16, 1947
14. Kushner to Matles Regarding Negotiations, Taft Hartley, and Organization, December 2, 1947
15. Kushner to Art Garfield Regarding Decca Negotiations and Musicians, January 16, 1948
16. Kushner to Emspak Regarding PAC, January 28, 1948
17. Kushner to A.M. Kinney Regarding International Register Negotiations, March 18, 1948
18. Kushner to Matles Regarding International Register Negotiations, March 19, 1948
19. Kushner to Matles Regarding Finances, Unemployment, and International Register, June 24, 1948
20. Kushner to David Ratner Regarding Finances and Per Capita, July 16, 1948
21. Kushner to Russ Nixon Regarding PAC, August 31, 1948
22. Kushner to Al Eberhard Regarding Local 813, October 6, 1948
23. Kushner to Harry Truman Regarding Evansville and Red-baiting, 1948
24. Kushner to Tom Clark Regarding Evansville and Red-baiting, 1948
25. Kushner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Red-baiting, October 7, 1948
26. Kushner to Charles Kersten Regarding Red-baiting and Evansville, October 7, 1948
27. Kushner to Gerald Landis Regarding Red-baiting, October 7, 1948
28. Kushner to Nixon Regarding Political Action, November 30, 1948
Folder 2 Local 1119 General Incoming Correspondence, 1948-1952
1. Julius Emspak to Harry Fried Regarding Elkay Manufacturing Strike, March 21, 1949
2. Emspak to William Burch Regarding LX Strike, June 15, 1950
3. Emspak to Michael Novik Regarding Tiffin GE, Red-baiting, and Religion, June 23, 1952
4. Emspak to Burch Regarding Elkay Strike, August 20, 1952
5. Emspak to Verda Bennet Regarding National Strike Fund, December 18, 1952
6. A.M. Kinney to UE Members Regarding International Register and Taft-Hartley, March 12, 1948
7. James Matles to Bernard McDonough Regarding Finances, March 2, 1949
8. David Ratner to McDonough Regarding Finances, June 15, 1949
9. Ratner to Pat Amato Regarding Supplies, March 22, 1951
10. Ratner to Jack Burch, May 4, 1951
Folder 3 Local 1119 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1947-1952
1. William Burch to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Pasche Airbrush Strike, March 23, 1950
2. Burch to Julius Emspak Regarding Pasche Airbrush Negotiations, June 13, 1950
3. Burch to Fitzgerald Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Expulsions, August 9, 1950
4. Burch to UE Regarding General Laminated and Officers, October 2, 1950
5. Burch to David Ratner Regarding Supplies, April 13, 1951
6. Burch to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, August 13, 1951
7. Burch to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, October 10, 1951
8. Burch to Lewis King Regarding Local 326 Strike, November 9, 1951
9. Bernard McDonough to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 203, March 5, 1947
10. McDonough to Department of Labor Regarding Lennox Manufacturing Negotiations, May 21, 1947
11. McDonough to Secretary of Labor Regarding L'Hommedieu and Sons Negotiations, June 7, 1947
12. McDonough to Emspak Regarding Political Action, August 21, 1947
13. McDonough to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, September 18, 1947
14. McDonough to Harry Truman Regarding Red-baiting, December 18, 1947
15. McDonough to David Ratner Regarding Finances, June 13, 1949
16. Michael Novik to Emspak Regarding Catholics, June 3, 1952
Folder 4 Local 1119 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, July 1952
Folder 5 Local 1119 Press Releases, 1947
1. Press Release Regarding Foreign Policy, March 23, 1947
2. Press Release Regarding Legislation and Communist Party, March 23, 1947
Folder 6 Local 1119 Publications, 1948, undated
1. "Stop Thief" Leaflet Regarding IRC Negotiations and Factionalism, March 12, 1948
2. Stop The Frame-up Pamphlet Regarding Trials, Elkay MOS Strike, and Teamsters Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
Folder 7 Local 1119 Organization, 1946
1. Sam Kushner to Julius Emspak, April 15, 1946
2. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, April 22, 1946
3. DeMaio to David Ratner, April 22, 1946
4. Emspak to DeMaio, April 22, 1946
Folder 8 Local 1119 Elkay Manufacturing Competitors, 1947
1. James Matles to Walter Barry, February 18, 1947
2. Matles to Charles Newell, February 18, 1947
3. Barry to Matles, February 25, 1947
4. Walter Mugford to Newell, February 25, 1947
Folder 9 Local 1119 National Transformer Strike, 1945-1947
1. Report, February 1947
2. Leo Turner to Julius Emspak, March 11, 1945
3. Turner to Emspak, April 8, 1947
4. Emspak to Turner, April 10, 1947
Folder 10 Local 1119 Elkay Manufacturing Strike, 1952
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak, March 4, 1952
2. Emspak to DeMaio, March 4, 1952
3. Memo, March 1952
4. Janet Barish to DeMaio, April 18, 1952
5. DeMaio to Barish, May 7, 1952
6. DeMaio to James Matles, August 1, 1952
Folder 11 Local 1119 Correspondence and Reports, 1947-1953
1. Termination of Strike Notice Regarding Linkman and Co., September 22, 1947
2. Termination of Strike Notice Regarding Brake Equipment, September 29, 1947
3. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Finances, February 23, 1949
4. Leo Turner to Julius Emspak Regarding Elkay Manufacturing Lockout, March 16, 1949
5. Fighting Fund Report, March 8, 1952
6. Matles to DeMaio Regarding Factionalism, Per Capita and Merger of Locals 1114, 1119, and 1150, February 1953

Section: Local 1120

Folder 12 Local 1120 Officers Lists, November 12, 1947-March 9, 1948
Folder 13 Local 1120 Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Robert Peterson Regarding Organization, November 4, 1947
Folder 14 Local 1120 Organization, 1947
1. Donald Murphy to Julius Emspak, September 19, 1947
2. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, October 1, 1947
3. Emspak to DeMaio, October 23, 1947
4. DeMaio to Emspak, October 29, 1947
5. Emspak to DeMaio, November 4, 1947
6. Emspak to Murphy, November 4, 1947
7. Leo Turner to Emspak, November 8, 1947
8. Emspak to Turner, December 1, 1947

Section: Local 1121

Folder 15 Local 1121 Officers Lists, November 1941-March 12, 1949
Folder 16 Local 1121 Membership Lists, undated
Folder 17 Local 1121 Membership Resolution Regarding Factionalism, International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, African-Americans, and Local 1119, August 20, 1948
Folder 18 Local 1121 Membership Minutes, June 17, 1942
Folder 19 Local 1121 Earl McGrew Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1942
1. James Carey to Earl McGrew Regarding United Construction Workers Organizing Committee, November 2, 1939
2. Carey to McGrew Regarding Local 1110, February 2, 1940
3. Carey to McGrew Regarding Local 1110, February 8, 1940
4. Carey to McGrew Regarding Local 1110 and Staff Finances, March 11, 1940
5. Carey to McGrew Regarding Belmont Organization and Factionalism, April 9, 1940
6. Carey to McGrew Regarding Belmont Organization, April 23, 1940
7. Carey to McGrew Regarding Construction Workers, June 11, 1940
8. Carey to McGrew Regarding Tuthill Pump Organization, October 29, 1940
9. Carey to McGrew Regarding District Boundaries, November 13, 1940
10. Carey to McGrew Regarding Chicago Congress of Industrial Organizations and District Boundaries, November 27, 1940
11. Carey to McGrew Regarding Staff Members, Air King, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 2, 1940
12. Peg Darin to McGrew Regarding Finances, June 22, 1942
13. Ernest DeMaio to McGrew Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 17, 1942
14. DeMaio to McGrew Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 19, 1942
15. DeMaio to McGrew Regarding Finances, March 26, 1942
16. DeMaio to McGrew Regarding Factionalism, April 2, 1942
17. Julius Emspak to McGrew Regarding Climax Contract, December 12, 1939
18. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Finances, Factionalism, and Organization with Financial Statement, January 9, 1940
19. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Tuthill Pump Organization, Steelworkers Organizing Committee Inter-union Rivalry, and Factionalism, January 26, 1940
20. Emspak to McGrew Regarding General Television Contract, March 20, 1940
21. Emspak to McGrew Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, October 30, 1940
22. Emspak to McGrew, January 13, 1941
23. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Per Capita and Factionalism with Letter of Introduction, December 31, 1941
24. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 13, 1942
25. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 19, 1942
26. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, May 15, 1942
27. Emspak to McGrew Regarding Finances, September 25, 1942
28. Albert Fitzgerald to McGrew Regarding Factionalism, November 18, 1941
29. James Matles to McGrew Regarding Warwick Contract, October 31, 1939
30. Matles to McGrew Regarding Minneapolis Honeywell, February 26, 1940
31. Matles to McGrew Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, April 6, 1940
32. Matles to McGrew Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, April 20, 1940
33. Matles to McGrew Regarding Tuthill Pump Organization and Factionalism, October 30, 1940
34. Matles to McGrew Regarding General Television and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, November 6, 1940
35. Matles to McGrew Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, November 12, 1940
36. Matles to McGrew Regarding Organization and Factionalism, February 20, 1941
37. Matles to McGrew Regarding Factionalism, March 4, 1941
38. Matles to McGrew Regarding Mitchell Organization, Factionalism, and Local 1110, May 26, 1941
39. Matles to McGrew Regarding Contracts, October 1, 1941
40. Matles to McGrew Regarding Chicago Organization and Factionalism, October 23, 1941
41. Matles to McGrew Regarding Warwick Contract, November 5, 1941
42. Matles to McGrew Regarding Warwick Contract, November 12, 1941
Folder 20 Local 1121 Earl McGrew Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1947
1. Earl McGrew to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 1121 Organization, December 29, 1937
2. McGrew to James Carey Regarding United Construction Workers Organizing Committee and Organization, November 18, 1939
3. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Climax Contracts, Local 1113, and Line Material Negotiations, December 30, 1939
4. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Finances, Local 1110, and Tuthill Pump Organization, December 28, 1939
5. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Bonding, January 8, 1940
6. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Tuthill Pump Organization, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, January 16, 1940
7. McGrew to Carey Regarding Staff Members, Factionalism, and Locals 1110 and 1113, January 18, 1940
8. McGrew to Carey Regarding Local 1110 and Factionalism, February 5, 1940
9. McGrew to Carey Regarding Factionalism, Local 1110, and Staff Finances, February 18, 1940
10. McGrew to Carey Regarding Local 1110, Factionalism, and District 11, February 20, 1940
11. McGrew to Carey Regarding Local 1110, Factionalism, District 11, and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 23, 1940
12. McGrew to Carey Regarding Local 1110 and Factionalism, March 1, 1940
13. McGrew to Carey Regarding Local 1110 and Factionalism, March 7, 1940
14. McGrew to Emspak Regarding General Television Contract, March 15, 1940
15. McGrew to Carey Regarding Per Capita, Factionalism, Local 1110, and Staff Members, March 19, 1940
16. McGrew to Carey Regarding Belmont Organization, IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, and Staff Members, March 26, 1940
17. McGrew to Carey Regarding Belmont Organization and Factionalism, April 2, 1940
18. McGrew to Carey Regarding Belmont Organization and Factionalism, April 21, 1940
19. McGrew to Carey Regarding Factionalism, Local 1109, Staff Members, Negotiations, and United Construction Workers Organizing Committee with Newspaper Clipping, May 24, 1940
20. McGrew to Carey Regarding Tuthill Pump Organization and Staff Members, October 12, 1940
21. McGrew to James Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and General Television and Radio Lockout, October 24, 1940
22. McGrew to Emspak Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and General Television and Radio, October 27, 1940
23. McGrew to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and General Television and Radio, November 5, 1940
24. McGrew to Matles Regarding General Television and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, November 7, 1940
25. McGrew to Carey Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, General Television, Staff Members, District Boundaries, and Factionalism with Leaflet, November 9, 1940
26. McGrew to Carey Regarding Staff Members, November 28, 1940
27. McGrew to Carey Regarding Staff Members, December 7, 1940
28. McGrew to Matles Regarding General Television and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, December 28, 1940
29. McGrew to Emspak Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and General Television, January 4, 1941
30. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 6, 1941
31. McGrew to Matles Regarding General Television and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry with January 8, 13, and 18, 1941, McGrew Letters to Herman Rose and December 19, 1940, McGrew Letter to James Clark, January 18, 1941
32. McGrew to Carey Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and General Television, January 24, 1941
33. McGrew to Matles Regarding General Television, January 25, 1941
34. McGrew to Matles Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry and General Television Negotiations, February 16, 1941
35. McGrew to Friend Regarding Radio Products Corporation Organization, February 1941
36. McGrew to Matles Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing Organization, IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, and Factionalism, March 2, 1941
37. McGrew to Carey Regarding Organization, March 19, 1941
38. McGrew to Carey Regarding Finances, Organization, and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, March 20, 1941
39. McGrew to Matles Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing Organization, Factionalism, and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, April 15, 1941
40. McGrew to Matles Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, April 23, 1941
41. McGrew to Matles Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, May 1941
42. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing, May 10, 1941
43. McGrew to Matles Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing, Factionalism, Negotiations, and Organization, May 19, 1941
44. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Mitchell Manufacturing Contract and Wages, August 10, 1941
45. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Dues, August 25, 1941
46. McGrew to Emspak Regarding UE News, Negotiations, and Warwick Contract, October 5, 1941
47. McGrew to UE Regarding Sonora Organization, October 1941
48. McGrew to Matles Regarding Wages, Warwick Organization, United Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, Company Union, and Factionalism, October 18, 1941
49. McGrew to Matles Regarding Warwick and General Television Contracts and Erla Organization, November 8, 1941
50. McGrew to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 18, 1941
51. McGrew to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, January 1941
52. McGrew to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Mitchell Negotiations, January 20, 1947
Folder 21 Local 1121 General Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1949
1. Ernest DeMaio to Local 1121 Members Regarding Factionalism and Officers, February 28, 1947
2. DeMaio to Ruth Callister Regarding Finances and Factionalism, June 14, 1949
3. Julius Emspak to John Bisk Regarding Per Capita, June 18, 1937
4. Emspak to George Deklyne Regarding Finances, July 26, 1937
5. Emspak to Al Fineman Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 30, 1937
6. Emspak to Ralph Friedman Regarding Dues, Organization, and Unemployment, March 26, 1938
7. Emspak to Norma Jorgenson Regarding Finances, June 14, 1938
8. Emspak to Jorgenson Regarding Unemployment and Dues, December 27, 1938
9. Emspak to Harry Kurshenbaum Regarding Organization, Factionalism, and Steelworkers Organizing Committee Inter-union Rivalry, January 26, 1940
10. Emspak to Vincent Holtman Regarding Sears and Air King Organization, November 27, 1940
11. Emspak to Kurshenbaum Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 13, 1942
12. Emspak to Local 1121 Executive Board Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 28, 1942
13-15. Emspak to Local 1121 Executive Board Regarding Finances, February 3, 1942
16. Emspak to Local 1121 Executive Board Regarding Finances, February 5, 1942
17. Emspak to Local 1121 Members Regarding Factionalism, June 6, 1942
18. Emspak to Pat Rogers Regarding Dues and Veterans, August 2, 1945
19. Emspak to Sidney Loeb Regarding Per Capita, August 11, 1947
20. Emspak to Ruth Callister Regarding Factionalism, July 1, 1949
21. Emspak to Fineman Regarding Factionalism, July 21, 1949
22. Emspak to Callister Regarding Factionalism and Suspension, August 16, 1949
23. Emspak to Fineman Regarding Motorola Organization, January 6, 1948
24. H.E. Howard to Kurshenbaum Regarding Staff Members, February 6, 1940
25. James Matles to Jorgenson Regarding Warwick and Climax, December 19, 1939
26. David Ratner to Callister Regarding Finances and Factionalism, March 14, 1949
27. Leo Turner to Ann Carlson Regarding Per Capita and Factionalism, August 3, 1949
Folder 22 Local 1121 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1936-1949
1. Victoria Berek to James Carey Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, September 26, 1939
2. Joseph Cacciatore to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, February 1, 1949
3. Ruth Callister to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 16, 1949
4. Callister to UE News Regarding Factionalism and UE News, July 2, 1949
5. Al Fineman to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 18, 1936
6. Fineman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, June 14, 1937
7. Fineman to Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 26, 1937
8. Fineman to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund and Mitchell Manufacturing Strike, March 26, 1946
9. Fineman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Motorola Organization and Factionalism, December 11, 1947
10. Fineman to Emspak Regarding General Television Bankruptcy, July 20, 1948
11. Fineman to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, August 23, 1948
12. Fineman to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Mitchell Negotiations, Factionalism, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, August 23, 1948
13. Fineman to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, July 9, 1949
14. Ralph Friedman to Emspak Regarding Organization, Dues, and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, March 21, 1938
15. Friedman to Emspak Regarding Philco Boycotts, August 11, 1938
16. Vincent Hultman to UE News Regarding Sears Union Shops, October 21, 1940
17. Harry Kurshenbaum Regarding Finances, April 26, 1939
18. Kurshenbaum to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Organization, and SWOC Inter-union Rivalry, January 22, 1940
19. Kurshenbaum to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, January 23, 1942
20. B.E. Martin to Emspak Regarding 1938 UE Convention, August 5, 1938
21. Martin to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 3, 1939
22. Eve Mora to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, August 15, 1941
23. Pat Rogers to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Factionalism, April 7, 1942
24. Rogers to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, May 4, 1942
25. Rogers to Emspak Regarding Officers, August 22, 1944
26. Rogers to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, July 28, 1945
27. Rogers to Emspak Regarding 1946 UE Convention, August 17, 1946
28. Sam Sigman to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Warwick, July 9, 1949
29. Executive Board to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 3, 1942
30. Recording Secretary to DeMaio Regarding Factionalism, April 15, 1942
Folder 23 Local 1121 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, November 1937-May 1938
Folder 24 Local 1121 Report of Financial Secretary, June 1937-August 1938
Folder 25 Local 1121 Financial Audit, February 1942
Folder 26 Local 1121 Leaflets, 1940-1949, undated
1. "UERMWA Democracy" Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, October 26, 1940
2. "Dear Friends" Regarding Sonora Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, January 20, 1941
3. "Who Was" Regarding Sonora Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 6, 1941
4. "Since The Time" Regarding Mitchell and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 26, 1941
5. "We Wish" Regarding Mitchell and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, February 26, 1941
6. "CIO Meeting Today" Regarding Mitchell and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, March 18, 1941
7. "IBEW Stalls" Regarding Mitchell, 1941
8. "Labor UN Parade for Victory," June 1942
9. "Mitchell Workers Are Jerks" Regarding Factionalism, April 1949
10. "Fishing in Muddy Waters" Regarding Mitchell, IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, and Factionalism, June 21, 1949
11. "Authorization Card" Regarding IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
12. "Authoriziation Card," n.d.
13. "Authorization Card" Regarding Mitchell and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
14. "Authorization Card" Regarding Sonora and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
15. "Authorization Card" Regarding Electrical Research Laboratories, n.d.
16. "Support The Following" Regarding Factionalism and Officers, n.d.
17. "CIO For Mitchell Worker" Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
18. "Sonora Next" Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
19. "Chicago Radio Coil Workers" Regarding Organization, n.d.
20. "To The Chicago Radio Worker" Regarding Organization and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
21. "Marquis in Trouble" Regarding Sonora and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
22. "As A Result" Regarding Sonora and IBEW Inter-union Rivalry, n.d.
23. "Mitchell UE Local 1121 Members" Regarding Wages and Factionalism, n.d.
24. "Facts" Regarding Factionalism, n.d.
Folder 27 Local 1121 Newspaper Clippings, 1947
1. "Textile Unions See Peaceful Pay Talks," February 9, 1947
2. "CIO Union Bars Red," February 26, 1947
3. "Union Charges Leftist Plot," February 27, 1947
4. "Charges Reds Tie Union in Bonds of Party," February 28, 1947
5. "Reds Defeated in Election," March 2, 1947
6. "Anti-Red Re-elected," March 2, 1947
Folder 28 Local 1121 Press Release Regarding Factionalism, Officers, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, and African-Americans, 1949
Folder 29 Local 1121 Publication, 1121 News, November 1948
Folder 30 Local 1121 Factionalism and Finances, 1941-1942
1. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles, October 2, 1941
2. Buford Eastman to Julius Emspak, October 15, 1941
3. Emspak to Eastman, October 22, 1951
4. Emspak to DeMaio, October 31, 1941
5. Emspak to Eastman, October 31, 1941
6. Arthur Seed to Emspak, January 13, 1942
7. Emspak to Seed, January 13, 1942
8. Emspak to DeMaio, January 13, 1942
9. Emspak to DeMaio, January 14, 1942
10-11. Seed to Emspak, January 1942
12. DeMaio to Emspak, January 17, 1942
13. Seed to DeMaio, January 19, 1942
14. Emspak to DeMaio, January 19, 1942
15. Emspak to DeMaio, January 23, 1942
16. Sam Levine to DeMaio with January 31, 1942, DeMaio Letter to Emspak, January 29, 1942
17. Memo, January 1942
18. DeMaio Memo, January 31, 1942
19. DeMaio to Emspak, February 2, 1942
20. Emspak to Ben Meyers, February 3, 1942
21. Emspak to DeMaio, February 3, 1942
22. Levine to Emspak, February 26, 1942
23. DeMaio to Emspak, February 27, 1942
24. Levine to Emspak, March 3, 1942
25. Gus Johnson Statement, March 4, 1942
26. DeMaio to Matles, March 31, 1942
27. DeMaio to Emspak, April 2, 1942
28. Emspak to Levine, April 4, 1942
29. DeMaio to Emspak, April 8, 1942
30. Emspak to DeMaio, April 9, 1942
31. Frank Tessner to DeMaio, April 10, 1942
32. Emspak to DeMaio, April 16, 1942
33. DeMaio to Matles, April 24, 1942
34. District 11 Executive Board Minutes, May 24, 1942
35-36. DeMaio to Emspak, May 25, 1942
37. Emspak to DeMaio, June 8, 1942
38. Emspak to Sam McAfee, June 12, 1942
39. Emspak to Victor Decavieh, June 12, 1942
40. Memo to Local 1121, June 21, 1942
41. Peg Darin to Emspak, June 22, 1942
42. Louis Gordon to Emspak, June 23, 1942
43. Emspak to Gordon, June 26, 1942
Folder 31 Local 1121 Factionalism and African-Americans, 1947
1. Earl McGrew to Local 1121 Members with Fact Sheet, February 20, 1947
2. Marie Lawrence Statement, March 3, 1947
3. Alice Smith to James Matles, March 5, 1947
4. Smith to Matles, March 24, 1947
5. Smith to David Scribner, April 2, 1947
Folder 32 Local 1121 Factionalism and Suspension, 1949
1. Leo Turner to James Matles, January 22, 1949
2. Al Fineman to Emspak, January 31, 1949
3. Turner to Emspak, February 5, 1949
4. Emspak to Fineman, February 15, 1949
5. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, February 15, 1949
6. Turner to Matles, March 18, 1949
7. DeMaio to Emspak, March 31, 1949
8. Emspak to John Gojack, April 5, 1949
9. Gojack to Emspak, April 12, 1949
10. Reports of General Executive Board Appeal Committee, April 12, 1949
11. Turner to Matles, May 23, 1949
12. Ruth Callister to Ernest I. Yama, June 11, 1949
13. Alice Smith to Emspak, June 14, 1949
14. Credentials, 1949
15. Petition for Charter, June 1949
16. Albert Fitzgerald to Callister, June 21, 1949
17. Joseph Pogue to Callister, June 22, 1949
18. Report of General Executive Board Sub-Committee, June 28, 1949
19. Petition, June 1949
20. Emspak to DeMaio, July 1, 1949
21. Fineman to Emspak, July 9, 1949
22. Turner to Matles, July 20, 1949
23. Turner to Emspak, August 3, 1949
24. Action of General Executive Board, August 10, 1949
25. Memo and Chronology with Notes, August 1949
Folder 33 Local 1121 Correspondence and Memoranda, 1941-1950, undated
1. H.M. Rose to James Carey Regarding General Television Negotiations, January 16, 1941
2. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak Regarding PAC, January 17, 1947
3. Leo Turner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Motorola Organization, December 22, 1947
4. Case History of A. Finak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, African-Americans, and Women, 1950
5. Memo Regarding Warwick, n.d.

Section: Local 1122 (Chicago)

Folder 34 Local 1122 (Chicago) Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Stella Chapa Regarding Organization, August 5, 1937
Folder 35 Local 1122 (Chicago) Outgoing Correspondence, Stella Chappa to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 2, 1937
Folder 36 Local 1122 (Chicago) Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, November 1937-March 1938
Folder 37 Local 1122 (Chicago) Per Capita Report, September 1937-May 1938

Section: Local 1122 (Dekalb)

Folder 38 Local 1122 (Dekalb) Officers Lists, January 8, 1947-November 20, 1951
Folder 39 Local 1122 (Dekalb) Incoming Correspondence, 1946-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Samuel Ridulph Regarding Dues and Veterans, October 14, 1946
2. Emspak to Glenn Russie Regarding Officers, May 22, 1947
3. Emspak to Russie Regarding Dues Check-off, December 23, 1947
4. Emspak to Enoch Kittle Regarding Publicity, January 20, 1948
5. Emspak to Zelpha Russie Regarding Dues Check-off and Per Capita, August 28, 1950
6. David Scribner to Robert Preston Regarding Labor Law, September 2, 1947
Folder 40 Local 1122 (Dekalb) Outgoing Correspondence, 1946-1948
1. Niles Clausen to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 7, 1946
2. Clausen to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 18, 1946
3. Evelyn Freeman to UE News Regarding Mailing List, September 18, 1946
4. Enoch Kittle to Emspak Regarding Publicity, January 15, 1948
5. Baulah Moore to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, September 13, 1946
6. Moore to Emspak Regarding Organization, October 3, 1946
7. Robert Preston to Emspak Regarding Labor Law, August 21, 1947
8. Samuel Ridulph to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, October 11, 1946
9. Glenn Russie to Emspak Regarding Officers, May 12, 1947
10. Russie to Emspak Regarding Vacations, August 16, 1947
11. Russie to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, December 9, 1947
12. Irvin Skaar to U.S. Concilation Service Regarding Negotiations, March 3, 1947
13. Skaar to E.F. Harmison Regarding Negotiations, March 3, 1947
14. Skaar to National Labor Relations Board Regarding Negotiations, March 3, 1947
15. Skaar to Wage Stabilization Board Regarding Negotiations, March 3, 1947
Folder 41 Local 1122 (Dekalb) Organization, 1946
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak, September 18, 1946
2. Secretary of Emspak to DeMaio, October 1, 1946
3. Emspak to DeMaio, October 9, 1946
4. Emspak to C.J. Gould, October 9, 1946
Folder 42 Local 1122 (Dekalb) Notification of Pending Disagreement, March 3, 1947

Section: Local 1123

Folder 43 Local 1123 Officers Lists, February 28, 1947-January 25, 1949
Folder 44 Local 1123 Membership List, undated
Folder 45 Local 1123 Incoming Correspondence, 1947
1. Janet Barich to Joseph Wagner Regarding PAC, September 12, 1947
2. Julius Emspak to Terry Wilcox Regarding Organization, March 3, 1947
3. Emspak to Wilcox Regarding Dues and Veterans, March 7, 1947
4. Emspak to Wagner Regarding Wages, June 6, 1947
5. Emspak to Dorothy Cranmore Regarding 1947 UE Convention, August 26, 1947
6. T. Louis Majors to Local 1123 Regarding Wages, October 14, 1947
7. Russ Nixon to Dorothy Cranmore Regarding PAC, November 3, 1947
8. Alice Smith to Illinois Locals Regarding Political Action, June 2, 1947
9. Smith to Wagner Regarding Stewards Conference, July 8, 1947
10. Smith to Cranmore Regarding PAC and Illinois Congress of Industrial Organizations, August 20, 1947
11. Smith to Cranmore Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 3, 1947
Folder 46 Local 1123 Outgoing Correspondence, 1947-1949
1. Dorothy Cranmore to Julius Emspak Regarding 1947 UE Convention, August 20, 1947
2. Cranmore to Emspak Regarding PAC, September 8, 1947
3. Cranmore to Emspak Regarding PAC and Unemployment, February 4, 1948
4. Cranmore to Emspak Regarding Packinghouse Workers Strike, January 20, 1949
5. Joseph Wagner to Emspak Regarding Contracts, May 27, 1947
6. Wagner to Emspak Regarding PAC, September 8, 1947
7. Terry Wilcox to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, March 4, 1947
8. Wilcox to Emspak Regarding Officers, March 10, 1947
Folder 47 Local 1123 Organization, 1946-1947
1. Joseph Dermody to David Giuliani, August 22, 1946
2. Giuliani to Lou Majors, October 1, 1946
3. Majors to Giuliani, October 9, 1946
4. John Gojack to Majors, October 30, 1946
5. Majors to Anthony DeMaio, October 31, 1946
6. Majors to Giuliani, November 7, 1946
7. Majors to Giuliani, November 8, 1946
8. Majors to Phil Smith, November 10, 1946
9. Majors to Giuliani, November 19, 1946
10. Merle Bennett to Giuliani, November 26, 1946
11. "Workers Say No," November 1946
12. Giuliani to James Matles, December 4, 1946
13. Matles to Giuliani, December 12, 1946
14. Majors to Giuliani, December 13, 1946
15. Majors to Dermody, December 18, 1946
16. Giuliani to Emspak, December 19, 1946
17. Giuliani to Majors, December 22, 1946
18. Giuliani to David Scribner, December 30, 1946
19. Majors to Giuliani, January 2, 1947
20. Elizabeth Moore to Majors, January 7, 1947
21. Majors to Matles with Membership Breakdown, January 11, 1947
22. Robert Kirkwood to Giuliani, January 14, 1947
23. Majors to Moore, January 20, 1947
24. Dermody to Giuliani, January 28, 1947
25. Katherine Beecher to Majors, January 29, 1947
26. O.J. Gould to Giuliani, February 3, 1947
27. UE News Excerpt, February 4, 1947
28. Majors to Matles, February 5, 1947
29. Giuliani to Larry Jacobsen, February 11, 1947
30. Turner to Giuliani, February 17, 1947
31. Alice Smith to Emspak, February 26, 1947
Folder 48 Local 1123 Headquarters, 1947
1. David Ratner to David Giuliani, February 19, 1947
2. Giuliani to Ratner, February 26, 1947
Folder 49 Local 1123 International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, 1947
1. Lou Majors to David Giuliani, March 19, 1947
2. Giuliani to Alice Smith, Apri 1, 1947
3. Giuliani to James Matles, April 5, 1947
4. Giuliani to Majors, April 7, 1947
5. Smith to Giuliani, April 9, 1947
6. Giuliani Letter, April 12, 1947
7. Giuliani to Matles, April 12, 1947
8. Smith to Giuliani, April 25, 1947
9. Giuliani to Smith, April 26, 1947
10. Majors to L.C. Swager, April 28, 1947
11. Majors to Giuliani, April 28, 1947
12. Giuliani to Majors, May 1, 1947
13. Joseph Dermody to Giuliani, May 8, 1947
Folder 50 Local 1123 Per Capita Payments, 1947
1. Lou Majors to W.F. Oswalt, February 27, 1947
2. David Giuliani to Majors, March 5, 1947
3. Giuliani to Julius Emspak, March 31, 1947
4. Giuliani to James Matles, April 21, 1947
5. Giuliani to Emspak, April 24, 1947
6. Alice Smith to Giuliani, May 6, 1947
7. Giuliani to Smith, May 27, 1947
8. Smith to Giuliani, June 12, 1947
9. Giuliani to Majors, August 19, 1947
10. Giuliani to Joseph Dermody, September 3, 1947
Folder 51 Local 1123 Matoon Organization, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Joseph Dermody, March 26, 1947
2. Giuliani to Julius Emspak, April 4, 1947
3. Alice Smith to Giuliani, April 9, 1947
4. Smith to Giuliani, April 11, 1947
5. Smith to Giuliani, April 15, 1947
6. Giuliani to Emspak, May 1947
7. David Ratner to Giuliani, May 26, 1947
8. Giuliani to Emspak, June 28, 1947
Folder 52 Local 1123 Taft Hartley Political Action, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Wayland Brooks, April 14, 1947
2. Giuliani to Scott Lucas, April 14, 1947
3. Russ Nixon to District 11, May 16, 1947
4. Alice Smtih to Giuliani, May 17, 1947
5. Voting Records, June 6, 1947
6. Smith to Giuliani, June 12, 1947
7. James Matles Remarks on Taft Hartley, October 14, 1947
8. Smith to Giuliani, December 11, 1947
Folder 53 Local 1123 Job Classifications and Incentive, 1947
1. Lou Majors to David Giuliani, April 4, 1947
2. Majors to Giuliani, April 11, 1947
3. Giuliani to Majors, May 7, 1947
4. Majors to Giuliani, May 9, 1947
5. Giuliani to Majors, May 12, 1947
6. Giuliani to Majors, May 29, 1947
7. Joseph Dermody to Giuliani, September 30, 1947
Folder 54 Local 1123 Watseka Organization, 1947
1. Leo Turner to David Giuliani, May 21, 1947
2. Turner to Giuliani, October 27, 1947
3. Turner to Giuliani, November 28, 1947
Folder 55 Local 1123 Negotiations, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Lou Majors, June 9, 1947
2. Giuliani to Majors, June 10, 1947
3. Joseph Dermody to Giuliani, June 18, 1947
4. Majors to Giuliani, June 20, 1947
5. Giuliani to Majors, June 23, 1947
Folder 56 Local 1123 Truck Drivers Wages, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Lou Majors, July 15, 1947
2. Majors to Giuliani, July 27, 1947
Folder 57 Local 1123 Stewards Classes, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Elizabeth Moore, June 2, 1947
2. Lou Majors to Giuliani, July 5, 1947
3. Giuliani to Majors, July 8, 1947
4. Giuliani to Majors, July 21, 1947
Folder 58 Local 1123 Speed-up, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Joseph Dermody, July 18, 1947
2. Giuliani to Lou Majors, July 19, 1947
3. Giuliani to Dermody, July 26, 1947
Folder 59 Local 1123 Officers, 1947
1. Unsigned Letter to Leo Turner, September 1947
2. Joseph Persily to David Giuliani, November 11, 1947
3. Unsigned Letter to Persily, November 1947
Folder 60 Local 1123 Correspondence, 1947
1. David Giuliani to Joseph Dermody Regarding Officers, May 7, 1947
2. Giuliani to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, May 7, 1947
3. Lou Majors to Giuliani Regarding Political Action, August 16, 1947
4. Majors to Giuliani Regarding Lost Time and Grievances, August 16, 1947
5. Alice Smith to Giuliani Regarding Factionalism, July 8, 1947
6. Smith to Giuliani Regarding 1947 UE Convention, July 25, 1947
7. Joseph Turkowski to Joseph Persily Regarding Unemployment, September 5, 1947
8. Giuliani to Leo Turner Regarding Safety and Health Care, September 8, 1947
Folder 61 Local 1123 Chartering, 1950
1. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak, June 22, 1950
2. Emspak to DeMaio, June 27, 1950
3. DeMaio to Emspak, June 28, 1950
4. Secretary of Emspak to DeMaio, July 27, 1950
5. Emspak to DeMaio, August 8, 1950

Section: Local 1128

Folder 62 Local 1128 Charter, 1986

Section: Local 1131

Folder 63 Local 1131 Officers Lists, March 12, 1938-January 24, 1950
Folder 64 Local 1131 Harold Miller Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1942
1. Julius Emspak to Harold Miller Regarding Strikes and Firings, March 15, 1938
2. Emspak to Miller Regarding People's Press and Unemployment, March 15, 1938
3. Emspak to Miller Regarding Contracts, May 26, 1938
4. Emspak to Miller Regarding Philco and Maytag Lockouts, August 29, 1938
5. Emspak to Miller Regarding Staff Finances, November 22, 1938
6. Emspak to Miller Regarding Dues, March 17, 1938
7. Emspak to Miller Regarding Factionalism and District 11, April 24, 1939
8. Emspak to Miller Regarding Factionalism and District 11, May 24, 1939
9. Emspak to Miller Regarding Hershey, June 7, 1939
10. Emspak to Miller Regarding Local 1111 Strike, Finances, and Factionalism, December 18, 1939
11. Emspak to Miller Regarding Dies Committee, February 23, 1940
12. Emspak to Miller Regarding Wages and Master, May 2, 1940
13. Emspak to Miller Regarding District Boundaries, October 15, 1940
14. Emspak to Miller Regarding Political Action and Congress of Industrial Organizations Factionalism, November 14, 1940
15. Emspak to Miller Regarding Local 1111, Finances, and Wisconsin Congress of Industrial Organizations, December 11, 1940
16. Emspak to Miller Regarding Milwaukee Organization, February 7, 1941
17. Emspak to Miller Regarding Finances and Milwaukee Organization, February 26, 1941
18. Emspak to Miller Regarding Finances and Staff Members, May 8, 1941
19. Emspak to Miller Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, March 2, 1942
20. Emspak to Miller Regarding Productivity, March 5, 1942
21. Emspak to Miller Regarding War Labor Board, October 26, 1942
22. James Matles to Miller Regarding GM Wages, April 5, 1939
23. Matles to Miller Regarding Matching Tool Industry, January 20, 1941
24. Matles to Miller Regarding Westinghouse Wages, April 28, 1941
Folder 65 Local 1131 Harold Miller Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1942
1. Harold Miller to Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment and People's Press, March 12, 1938
2. Miller to Emspak Regarding Louis Allis Contract, May 16, 1938
3. Miller to Emspak Regarding Milwaukee Congress of Industrial Organizations and Boycotts of Philco and Maytag, August 19, 1938
4. Miller to Emspak Regarding Philco Boycott, September 14, 1938
5. Miller to Emspak Regarding Officers, December 19, 1938
6. Miller to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 11, January 28, 1939
7. Miller to Emspak Regarding Political Action, Wages, and Dues, February 22, 1939
8. Miller to Emspak Regarding Political Action, March 21, 1939
9. Miller to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Wages, March 25, 1939
10. Miller to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 11, April 16, 1939
11. Miller to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, District 11, and Staff Members, May 17, 1939
12. Miller to Emspak Regarding Contracts, May 18, 1939
13. Miller to Emspak Regarding Hershey Boycott, June 1, 1939
14. Miller to Emspak Regarding Constitutions, December 5, 1939
15. Miller to Emspak Regarding Local 1111 Strike and Factionalism, December 6, 1939
16. Miller to Emspak Regarding Officers and Membership, February 12, 1940
17. Miller to Emspak Regarding Dies Committee, February 19, 1940
18. Miller to Emspak Regarding Louis Allies Ownership, February 27, 1940
19. Miller to Emspak Regarding Master Electric Organization, April 30, 1940
20. Miller to Emspak Regarding Master Electric Wages and Contracts, May 22, 1940
21. Miller to Emspak Regarding Contract, June 4, 1940
22. Miller to Emspak Regarding District Boundaries, October 7, 1940
23. Miller to Emspak Regarding Political Action, October 25, 1940
24. Miller to Emspak Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations and Political Action, November 11, 1940
25. Miller to Emspak Regarding Wisconsin CIO and Local 1111 Court Case, December 3, 1940
26. Miller to Emspak Regarding Wisconsin CIO and Local 1111 Court Case, January 2, 1941
27. Miller to Emspak Regarding Milwaukee Organization and Finances, January 2, 1941
28. Miller to James Matles Regarding Productivity and Employment, January 15, 1941
29. Miller to Emspak Regarding Milwaukee Organization and Staff Members, February 18, 1941
30. Miller to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Wages, April 26, 1941
31. Miller to Emspak Regarding Milwaukee Organization and Finances, April 29, 1941
32. Miller to Emspak Regarding Local 1113 Strike, June 1941
33. Miller to Emspak Regarding Contracts, June 4, 1941
34. Miller to Emspak Regarding Officers and Productivity, February 25, 1942
35. Miller to Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, February 25, 1942
36. Miller to Emspak Regarding Overtime and War Labor Board, October 26, 1942
37. Miller to Emspak Regarding Finances, Overtime, and Negotiations, November 9, 1942
Folder 66 Local 1131 Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1944
1. James Carey to August Giermann Regarding Insurance, September 1, 1939
2. Carey to Alois Michalski Regarding 1939 UE Convention, September 12, 1939
3. Carey to Thomas White, August 21, 1940
4. Julius Emspak to Michalski Regarding Organization and Negotiations, July 19, 1937
5. Emspak to Michalski Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 22, 1937
6. Emspak to Michalski Regarding Unemployment, December 19, 1937
7. Emspak to Michalski Regarding Dues, June 25, 1942
8. Emspak to Victor Ziegler Regarding Veterans, March 14, 1944
9. Emspak to Michalski Regarding Dues and Veterans, August 29, 1945
10. James Matles to Tom White Regarding District 11 and Wisconsin Organization, September 29, 1938
11. William Mitchell to August Eirerman Regarding Wages and Publicity, November 17, 1937
12. Mitchell to Eirerman Regarding Motor Industry Organization, December 3, 1937
Folder 67 Local 1131 Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1950
1. August Eiremann to James Carey Regarding Negotiations, Wages, and Newspapers, November 13, 1938
2. Eiremann to William Mitchell Regarding Motor Industry Organization, November 26, 1937
3. Eiremann to Julius Emspak Regarding District 11 Officers and Education, January 31, 1938
4. Eiremann to Carey Regarding Insurance, August 30, 1939
5. Eiremann to Carey Regarding Factionalism, District 11, and Constitution, August 30, 1939
6. Ed Gapinski to UE Regarding Membership, August 24, 1937
7. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, September 5, 1937
8. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, September 7, 1937
9. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, November 2, 1937
10. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, November 29, 1937
11. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, January 4, 1938
12. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, January 31, 1938
13. Gapinski to UE Regarding Per Capita, February 28, 1938
14. Julius Metze to Emspak Regarding Officers, April 6, 1946
15. Metze to UE Regarding United Mine Workers of America Strike, February 9, 1950
16. Michalski to Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 14, 1937
17. Michalski to Emspak Regarding Dues, August 30, 1937
18. Michalski to Emspak Regarding 1939 UE Convention, August 26, 1939
19. Michalski to Emspak Regarding Dues, June 6, 1942
20. Larry Staub to UE Regarding Red-baiting, October 5, 1948
21. Staub to Emspak Regarding Raffle, November 27, 1948
22. Edward Strelow to Emspak Regarding Headquarters, May 17, 1943
23. Thomas White to Carey Regarding UE News, August 19, 1940
24. C.A. Worley to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, February 17, 1942
25. Worley to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, Wages, and GE, July 2, 1943
26. Victor Ziegler to Emspak Regarding Veterans, March 2, 1944
Folder 68 Local 1131 Per Capita Reports, August 1937-July 1938
Folder 69 Local 1131 GE Maintenance of Membership Report, October 1942-March 1943
Folder 70 Local 1131 Financial Records, 1937-1939
1. Notice of Delinquency, November 1938
2. Per Capita Record, 1937-1939
Folder 71 Local 1131 Newspapers, Union News, December 20, 1937-January 17, 1938
Folder 72 Local 1131 Newspapers, UE Hi-Lites, July 28-October 6, 1943
Folder 73 Local 1131 Newspaper Clipping and Leaflet, 1946, 1949
1. "Local 1131 UE Wins Raises of 20 Cents at Louis Allis" Clipping, May 10, 1946
2. "Fellow Worker" Leaflet Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 30, 1949
Folder 74 Local 1131 Hours and Wages at General Electric, 1942-1943
1. Alice Smith to Julius Emspak, December 2, 1942
2. Stella Abrams to Smith, December 2, 1942
3. Laurence Jacobsen to Emspak, March 5, 1943
4. Jacobsen to Emspak, April 3, 1943
5. Jacobsen to Emspak, April 26, 1943
6. Emspak to Jacobsen, May 6, 1943
7. War Labor Board Brief, 1943
Folder 75 Local 1131 Per Capita, 1944-1945
1. Julius Emspak to Lou Majors, November 14, 1944
2. Majors to Emspak, January 3, 1945
Folder 76 Local 1131 Factionalism, 1947-1949
1. Phil Smith to James Matles With April 14, 1947, Clipping, April 1947
2. Smith to Matles, April 18, 1947
3. Smith Memo, July 1947
4. Smith to Ernest DeMaio, February 16, 1948
5. Smith to Matles, November 30, 1949
Folder 77 Local 1131 Inter-union Rivalry, 1949-1950
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, December 6, 1949
2. DeMaio to Emspak, December 12, 1949
3. Robert Buse to James Matles, January 13, 1950
4. Michael Essin to Matles, January 26, 1950
5. John Shaffer to Matles, January 27, 1950
6. Emspak to Essin, Janaury 30, 1950
7. Matles to Shaffer, February 6, 1950
8. Essin to Emspak, February 13, 1950
9. Essin to Emspak, March 7, 1950
10. Emspak to Essin, March 8, 1950
11. Essin to Emspak, March 15, 1950
12. Essin to Emspak, November 24, 1950
Folder 78 Local 1131 Correspondence, 1937-1946, undated
1. James White to Julius Emspak Regarding United Auto Workers Organization, July 9, 1937
2. Alice Smith to Emspak Regarding GE Service Organization, September 21, 1942
3. Larry Jacobsen to Emspak Regarding Officers and GE Service, October 1, 1943
4. Phil Smith to James Matles Regarding Negotiations, March 25, 1946
5. Wage List, n.d.

Section: Local 1132

Folder 79 Local 1132 Incoming Correspondence, 1950-1952
1. Julius Emspak to Marvin Dishaw Regarding Affiliation, April 6, 1950
2. Emspak to Alex Berg Regarding Dues, May 3, 1950
3. Emspak to Berg Regarding National Strike Fund, November 3, 1952
Folder 80 Local 1132 Carrollville, WI, Correspondence, 1957-1967
Folder 81 Local 1132 Carrollville, WI, Peter Cooper Correspondence, 1972-1978
Folder 82 Local 1132 Financial Report, January 1953
Folder 83 Local 1132 Affiliation, 1950
1. Robert Buse to James Matles, March 22, 1950
2. Julius Emspak to Donald Henderson, March 27, 1950
3. John Tisa to Marvin Dishaw, March 29, 1950
4. John Shaffer to Matles, March 31, 1950
5. Emspak to Shaffer, April 4, 1950
6. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, April 6, 1950
7. Emspak to Shaffer, April 6, 1950
8. Shaffer to Emspak, April 13, 1950
9. Buse to Emspak, April 25, 1950
Folder 84 Local 1132 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1971

Section: Local 1133

Folder 85 Local 1133 Officers List, March 1, 1954
Folder 86 Local 1133 Incoming Correspondence, 1954
1. Julius Emspak to Frank Cornacchia Regarding Chartering, February 25, 1954
2. James Matles to Cornacchia Regarding Negotiations, March 10, 1954
3. Matles to Local 1133 Regarding IUE and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, November 11, 1954
Folder 87 Local 1133 Outgoing Correspondence, 1954
1. Frank Cornacchia to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Negotiations, February 17, 1954
2. Albert Mann to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, December 7, 1954
Folder 88 Local 1133 Separate Charter, 1954
1. Irvin Weir to Julius Emspak, January 20, 1954
2. James Matles Memo to Ray, February 4, 1954
3. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, February 8, 1950
4. DeMaio to Emspak with Local 1114 and Proposed Company Agreements, February 12, 1954
5. DeMaio to Ray Klausner, February 17, 1954
6. DeMaio to Emspak, February 22, 1954
7. Matles to Weir, February 25, 1954
8. Emspak to DeMaio, February 25, 1954
9. Emspak to Weir, February 25, 1954
Folder 89 Local 1133 Inter-union Rivalry, 1954-1957
1. James Matles to Ernest DeMaio, November 11, 1954
2. Irvin Weir to Matles, November 18, 1954
3. Matles to Weir, November 19, 1954
4. Weir to DeMaio, December 1954
5. DeMaio to Matles with Budget, December 27, 1954
6. Memo, January 10, 1955
7. Matles to DeMaio, January 11, 1955
8. Weir to Dave, February 1955
9. Matles to Weir, February 10, 1955
10. Weir to Matles, March 7, 1955
11. Matles to Weir, March 7, 1955
12. Weir to Matles, March 25, 1955
13. Matles to Weir, March 31, 1955
14. DeMaio to Emspak, September 1955
15. Emspak to David Rothstein, May 27, 1957
16. Emspak to DeMaio, May 28, 1957

Section: Local 1135

Folder 90 Local 1135 Officers Lists, January 8, 1940-February 1954
Folder 91 Local 1135 Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1955
1. James Carey to Arnold Schuler Regarding Factionalism and District 11, February 15, 1940
2. Julius Emspak to Edward Dempsey Regarding Organization, July 28, 1937
3. Emspak to Donald Paust Regarding Per Capita, January 5, 1938
4. Emspak to Dempsey Regarding Negotiations and Reorganization, July 26, 1939
5. Emspak to Earl McGrew Regarding Solar Contract and Per Capita, November 8, 1939
6. Emspak to Local 1135 Regarding Dues and Veterans, May 31, 1945
7. Emspak to Charles Panas Regarding Dues and Veterans, July 10, 1945
8. Emspak to Willis Gazeley Regarding PAC, October 3, 1947
9. Emspak to Panas Regarding Disbanding, May 6, 1955
10. James Matles to James White Regarding Battery Industry Organization, March 31, 1939
11. Matles to Ernest Babotan Regarding Solar Los Angeles, June 3, 1941
12. Matles to Babotan Regarding Solar Contract, January 26, 1942
Folder 92 Local 1135 Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1955
1. Ernest Babotan to James Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 9, 1941
2. Babotan to Julius Emspak Regarding Negotiations, August 4, 1941
3. Babotan to Emspak Regarding Contracts, October 18, 1941
4. Edward Dempsey to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Strikes, January 11, 1938
5. Dempsey to Emspak Regarding Reorganization and Negotiations, July 19, 1939
6. Earl McGrew to Emspak Regarding Contracts and Negotiations, October 29, 1939
7. Charles Panas to Emspak Regarding Plant Closure, March 12, 1955
8. Panas to Emspak Regarding Disbanding, May 3, 1955
9. Arnold Schuler to James Carey Regarding Factionalism and District 11, October 4, 1939
10. Schuler to Carey Regarding Per Capita, Staff Members, and Factionalism, February 12, 1940
11. Schuler to Matles Regarding Solar Los Angeles, September 30, 1940
12. Schuler to Matles Regarding Contracts and Wages, October 4, 1940
13. Schuler to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Fines, May 25, 1943
14. Schuler to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, October 12, 1944
Folder 93 Local 1135 Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, November 1937-July 1938
Folder 94 Local 1135 Per Capita, August 1937-April 1955
Folder 95 Local 1135 Plant Closure, 1955-1956
1. Excerpt of Muelver Report, April 15, 1955
2. Julius Emspak to Irvin Weir, March 22, 1955
3. Emil Muelver to Emspak, May 1955
4. Emspak to Muelver, May 11, 1955
5. Muelver to Emspak, June 29, 1955
6. Emspak to Muelver, July 1, 1955
7. Muelver to Emspak, October 27, 1955
8. Excerpt of Muelver Report, March 9, 1956
9. Excerpt of Muelver Report, July 2, 1956
10. Excerpt of Muelver Report, August 15, 1956
11. Excerpt of Muelver Report, November 15, 1956
Folder 96 Local 1135 Miscellaneous, 1937-1946
1. Charter Application, July 26, 1937
2. William Elconin to James Matles Regarding Solar Los Angeles Organization, December 12, 1940
3. Phillip Smith to National Labor Relations Board Regarding Negotiations, April 15, 1946

Section: Local 1137

Folder 97 Local 1137 Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1938
1. Anne Gebaver to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 29, 1937
2. Gebaver to Emspak Regarding Officers, March 31, 1938
Folder 98 Local 1137 Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, November 1937-May 1938
Folder 99 Local 1137 Per Capita Reports, September 1937-June 1938
Folder 100 Local 1137 Organization, 1937
1. James White to Julius Emspak, August 12, 1937
2. Charter Application, August 13, 1937
3. Emspak to White, August 24, 1937
Folder 101 Local 1137 Wisconsin Abrasive Labor Relations, 1938
1. W.T. Hardy to James Matles, August 22, 1938
2. Matles to Hardy, August 27, 1938

Section: Local 1138

Folder 102 Local 1138 Officers Lists, December 4, 1941-January 7, 1955
Folder 103 Local 1138 Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1955
1. James Carey to Local 1138 Regarding Strikes, January 13, 1939
2. Carey to Harry Westling Regarding Factionalism and Political Action, March 7, 1940
3. Ernest DeMaio to Leo Johnson Regarding Negotiations, May 1946
4. John Ducey to Richard Berger Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 26, 1955
5. Julius Emspak to William Mauseth Regarding Organization, August 25, 1937
6. Emspak to Frank O'Brien Regarding Organization, July 7, 1938
7. Emspak to Jack Biby Regarding Finances, October 15, 1940
8. Emspak to R.H. Laver Regarding Officers, February 9, 1942
9. Emspak to Laver Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, February 9, 1942
10. Emspak to Laver Regarding Constitutions, March 11, 1942
11. Emspak to Laver Regarding Constitutions, April 17, 1942
12. Emspak to Biby Regarding Finances, March 19, 1946
13. Emspak to Charles Goldenman Regarding Per Capita, February 4, 1947
14. Emspak to Westling Regarding Per Capita, January 21, 1947
15. Emspak to Westling Regarding Constitutions, February 4, 1947
16. Emspak to Goldenman Regarding PAC, October 15, 1947
17. Emspak to Westling Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, December 8, 1949
18. Emspak to Goldenman Regarding United Steelworkers of America Strike, December 21, 1949
19. Emspak to Berger Regarding Ladies Auxiliary, January 10, 1952
20. Emspak to Conrad Andrews Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry and Finances, July 21, 1952
21. Emspak to Lee Stevenson Regarding National Strike Fund, October 9, 1952
22. Emspak to Goldenham Regarding National Strike Fund, December 18, 1952
23. James Matles to William Mauseth Regarding District 11 and Officers, October 5, 1937
24. Matles to Harry Wold Regarding Organization and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, July 5, 1938
25. Matles to Mauseth Regarding Negotiations, February 8, 1939
26. Matles to Clarence Moulton Regarding District 11 and Factionalism, July 21, 1939
27. Matles to Westling Regarding District 11, August 7, 1939
Folder 104 Local 1138 Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1955
1. Conrad Andrews to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 16, 1952
2. Andrews to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, January 8, 1953
3. Andrews to James Matles Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, January 7, 1955
4. J.W. Biby to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 6, 1940
5. Biby to Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, February 4, 1942
6. Biby to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 15, 1946
7. Virgil Cathers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 27, 1955
8. Charles Goldenman to UE Regarding Strikes, May 28, 1946
9. Goldenman to UE Regarding Per Capita, January 24, 1947
10. R.H. Lauer to Emspak Regarding Officers, April 15, 1942
11. Lauer to Franklin Roosevelt Regarding Overtime, May 11, 1943
12. Lauer to Joseph Ball Regarding Taxation, May 11, 1943
13. Lauer to Emspak Regarding 1943 UE Convention, Women, and Membership, July 2, 1943
14. William Mauseth to Matles Regarding Strikes, April 11, 1941
15. Paul Nelson to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, May 2, 1946
16. Frank O'Brien to UE Regarding Per Capita and Inter-union Rivalry, November 11, 1937
17. O'Brien to UE Regarding Per Capita, April 15, 1938
18. O'Brien to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27, 1938
19. O'Brien to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, May 20, 1938
20. O'Brien to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Unemployment, and Inter-union Rivalry, July 5, 1938
21. O'Brien to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Unemployment, July 29, 1938
22. O'Brien to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Unemployment, September 15, 1938
23. O'Brien to UE Regarding Per Capita and Unemployment, October 19, 1938
24. O'Brien to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, December 7, 1938
25. Lee Stevenson to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, November 21, 1950
26. Harry Westling to Matles Regarding District 11 and Per Capita, August 3, 1939
27. Westling to Emspak Regarding Officers, September 20, 1939
28. Westling to James Carey Regarding Political Action, Factionalism, and Per Capita, March 5, 1940
29. Westling to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund and Assessment, January 24, 1947
30. Westling to Emspak Regarding Assessment, April 3, 1947
31. Westling to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, October 11, 1949
32. Westling to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, December 2, 1949
33. Harry Wold to Emspak Regarding Officers, October 11, 1939
34. Unsigned Letter to UE Regarding PAC, December 9, 1946
Folder 105 Local 1138 Hopkins, MN, Correspondence, 1958-1961
Folder 106 Local 1138 Notices of Delinquency/Suspension, December 1937-February 1938
Folder 107 Local 1138 Per Capita Reports, September 1937-October 1938
Folder 108 Local 1138 Publications, 1950, undated
1. "Directions of 1138 Elected" Newspaper Clipping, February 9, 1950
2. "In Answer" Leaflet Regarding Factionalism, n.d.
Folder 109 Local 1138 Inter-union Rivalry, 1938
1. R.W. Bergstrom to Julius Emspak, March 30, 1938
2. Emspak to Bergstrom, April 6, 1938
Folder 110 Local 1138 Negotiations, 1945
1. Douglas Hall to Lewis Schwellenbach, August 18, 1945
2. John Daly to Albert Fitzgerald, August 28, 1945
3. Daly to Hall, August 28, 1945
Folder 111 Local 1138 Strike, 1946
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, May 1, 1946
2. Helen Lief to Ernest DeMaio, May 6, 1946
3. Report of Strike, May 27, 1946
4. Termination of Strike, July 1, 1946
Folder 112 Local 1138 Correspondence, 1945-1955
1. William Mauseth to James Matles Regarding International Association of Machinists and Molders Inter-union Rivalry, August 24, 1947
2. Douglas Hall to Dave Scribner Regarding Officers and Factionalism, December 31, 1945
3. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio Regarding UE Constitution, October 18, 1949
4. Anthony DeMaio to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, April 20, 1950
5. Tony to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 1955

Section: Local 1139

Folder 113 Local 1139 Constitution, January 8, 1945
Folder 114 Local 1139 Officers Lists, January 21-February 15, 1944
Folder 115 Local 1139 Membership Resolutions, 1944-1949
1. Resolution Regarding Wages and Legislation, November 1944
2. Resolution Regarding Red-baiting, Octboer 14, 1948
3. Resolution Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Communications Workers of America Inter-union Rivalry and Local 1117, April 14, 1949
4. Resolution Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, Factionalism, and Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, May 12, 1949
Folder 116 Local 1139 R.W. Bergstrom Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1953
1. James Carey to R.W. Bergstrom Regarding H.D. Hudson Negotiations, December 6, 1938
2. Carey to Bergstrom Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiations, May 26, 1939
3. Carey to Bergstrom Regarding Twentieth Century Brass and Crown Iron Negotiations, June 6, 1939
4. Carey to Bergstrom Regarding North Star Foundry Negotiations, July 24, 1939
5. Ernest DeMaio to Bergstrom Regarding US Air Conditioning Negotiations, March 29, 1946
6. Julius Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 4, 1937
7. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Bros Boiler Negotiations, March 19, 1938
8. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Union Label, October 28, 1939
9. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Union Label, November 8, 1939
10. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Union Label, August 16, 1940
11. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Union Label, December 18, 1940
12. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Dues Check-off, December 11, 1952
13. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding National Strike Fund, December 18, 1952
14. Emspak to Bergstrom Regarding Union Label, December 1, 1953
15. Lewis Gill to Bergstrom Regarding Jeffre Quest Foundry and War Labor Board, September 19, 1942
16. Gill to Bergstrom Regarding North Star Foundry Negotiations and WLB, September 19, 1942
17. James Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Hudson Manufacturing, December 6, 1938
18. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike, December 30, 1938
19. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding US Air Conditioning Contract, January 5, 1939
20. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike, February 3, 1939
21. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Contracts, March 8, 1939
22. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Brothers Boiler Negotiation and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, March 29, 1939
23. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Bros Boiler Contract, June 12, 1939
24. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Contract, July 12, 1939
25. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding District 11, Per Capita, and Factionalism, July 18, 1939
26. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Williams Brothers Negotiation, March 14, 1940
27. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Crown Iron and Olson Manufacturing Negotiations, June 21, 1940
28. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Foundries Negotiation, June 24, 1940
29. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Foundries Negotiation, July 5, 1940
30. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Steelworkers Organizing Committee Inter-union Rivalry, August 28, 1940
31. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Foundries Strike, October 1, 1940
32. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding American Grain Separator and North Star Speciality Contracts, June 30, 1941
33. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding William Brothers Contract, August 11, 1941
34. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Lockout, September 24, 1941
35. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Twentieth Century Brass, October 6, 1941
36. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Foundries Organization and Factionalism, October 17, 1941
37. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Contracts, April 21, 1942
38. Secretary of Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Franklin Transformer Negotiation, June 22, 1942
39. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Franklin Transformer Negotiations and WLB, June 29, 1942
40. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Strewel Brothers Contract, July 17, 1942
41. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding War Manpower Commission, September 25, 1942
42. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Bespatch Oven Contract, November 7, 1942
43. Matles to Bergstrom Regarding Staff Members, January 13, 1949
44. William Mitchell to Bergstrom Regarding Bunting Bushing, November 23, 1937
45. J.F. Quest to Bergstrom Regarding Foundries Negotiations, August 28, 1940
46. William Sentner Regarding Ersham and Sons Enterprise, November 4, 1939
Folder 117 Local 1139 R.W. Bergstrom Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1941
1. R.W. Bergstrom to Julius Emspak Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, October 29, 1937
2. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding AFL Inter-union Rivalry, November 9, 1937
3. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Bunting Bushing, November 20, 1937
4. Bergstrom to James Carey Regarding Bros Boiler Negotiations, March 9, 1938
5. Bergstrom to William Mitchell Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Negotiation, December 3, 1938
6. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Negotiations and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, December 3, 1938
7. Bergstrom to James Matles Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Negotiation and United Auto Workers, January 4, 1939
8. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Negotiation, January 5, 1939
9. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding US Air Conditioning Contract, January 9, 1939
10. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike, January 28, 1939
11. Bergstrom to Mitchell Regarding Brothers Boiler and Minneapolis Electrical Steel Negotiations, January 30, 1939
12. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Butler Manufacturing Contract, March 2, 1939
13. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Brothers Boiler Negotiation and Boilermakers Inter-union Rivalry with Contract Proposal, March 28, 1939
14. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding RR Howell Contract, May 11, 1939
15. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, May 23, 1939
16. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding Olson Manufacturing and Crown Iron Negotiations, June 1, 1939
17. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Brothers Boiler Strike and Boilermakers Inter-union Rivalry, June 8, 1939
18. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Strike, June 10, 1939
19. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Brown Sheet Iron Contract and Twentieth Century Brass Strike, June 13, 1939
20. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding North Star Foundry Negotiation, July 21, 1939
21. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding North Star Foundry Negotiation, July 27, 1939
22. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Northwestern Smelting Contract, October 9, 1939
23. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Ersham and RR Howell Organization, October 13, 1939
24. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Union Label, October 20, 1939
25. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Union Label, October 31, 1939
26. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Brothers Boiler Negotiation, January 26, 1940
27. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Brothers Boiler Negotiation, March 6, 1940
28. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, April 8, 1940
29. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding Wages and Political Action, April 19, 1940
30. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Foundries and Ornamental Iron Shops Negotiations, April 24, 1940
31. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding North Star Specialty Manufacturing Contract, April 24, 1940
32. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Hudson Subcontracting, May 2, 1940
33. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 8, 1940
34. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, May 13, 1940
35. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 10, 1940
36. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries Negotiation, June 18, 1940
37. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Crown Iron Negotiation, June 27, 1940
38. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries Negotiation, July 2, 1940
39. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Hart Carrier Contract, July 30, 1940
40. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Dental Labs Organization, August 2, 1940
41. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Remmington Rand Boycott, August 10, 1940
42. Bergstrom to Sidney Hillman Regarding Foundries Strike, August 13, 1940
43. Bergstrom to Carey Regarding Foundries Strike With Copy to Matles, August 19, 1940
44. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Foundries Strike, August 20, 1940
45. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Foundries, August 23, 1940
46. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries Strike, October 2, 1940
47. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Northwestern Smelting Contract, October 25, 1940
48. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Salbert Iron Contract, November 8, 1940
49. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Star Iron Works Contract, November 8, 1940
50. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding North Star Contract, December 13, 1940
51. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Nausel Foundry Contract and Molders Inter-union Rivalry, January 13, 1941
52. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Negotiations, January 28, 1941
53. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding US Air Conditioning, January 28, 1941
54. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Sonneborn Sons, February 22, 1941
55. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twin City Steel Contract, March 7, 1941
56. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Brothers Boiler Negotiation, April 9, 1941
57. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Stainless Steel Products Contract, April 14, 1941
58. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, June 16, 1941
59. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries Wages, June 24, 1941
60. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Franklin Transformer Contract, June 24, 1941
61. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Contract, July 17, 1941
62. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Brothers Boiler Contract, August 7, 1941
63. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Lockout, September 15, 1941
64. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Telex Products Contract, September 19, 1941
65. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Stookland Road Machinery Contract, September 20, 1941
66. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Lockout, September 30, 1941
Folder 118 Local 1139 R.W. Bergstrom Outgoing Correspondence, 1941-1953
1. R.W. Bergstrom to James Matles Regarding Progress Pattern Contract, October 9, 1941
2. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Contracts, October 9, 1941
3. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Silen Sales and Williams Novelty Contracts, October 29, 1941
4. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Smith Heating Contract, October 29, 1941
5. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Photoplating Contract, October 29, 1941
6. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Contract, November 5, 1941
7. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundry Industry Organization, November 11, 1941
8. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries and Molders Inter-union Rivalry, January 23, 1942
9. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries, Molders Inter-union Rivalry, and Negotiations, February 17, 1942
10. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 27, 1942
11. Bergstrom to J.R. Steelman Regarding US Air Conditioning Negotiation, March 2, 1942
12. Bergstrom to Julius Emspak Regarding Minneapolis Electric Steel, March 12, 1942
13. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Butler Manufacturing Contract, March 18, 1942
14. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Union Shop, April 18, 1942
15. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Twin City Steel Contract, April 27, 1942
16. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Foundries Negotiation, May 4, 1942
17. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Franklin Transformer Negotiation, June 18, 1942
18. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 11, 1943
19. Bergstrom to John Meyer Regarding North Star Foundry and Dues Check-off, August 10, 1943
20. Bergstrom to Gus Towsen Regarding Wages, February 28, 1944
21. Bergstrom to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Hart Carler Negotiation and War Labor Board, August 29, 1945
22. Bergstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding US Air Conditioning Negotiation, March 21, 1946
23. Bergstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Telex Strike, June 4, 1946
24. Bergstrom to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Toro Manufacturing with Competitors List, July 11, 1946
25. Bergstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 203, February 17, 1947
26. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Hoff Rubber and Despatch Oven Strikes, August 8, 1947
27. Bergstrom to Dave Scribner Regarding Comet Manufacturing Negotiation and National Labor Relations Board, November 20, 1947
28. Bergstrom to Sidney Gilbert Regarding Decca Negotiation, February 27, 1948
29. Bergstrom to Gilbert Regarding Decca Negotiation, March 15, 1948
30. Bergstrom to Local 1227 Regarding Decca Negotiation, March 29, 1948
31. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 5, 1949
32. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Packinghouse Workers Strike, February 4, 1949
33. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Butler Manufacturing Strike, March 26, 1949
34. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, October 22, 1949
35. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Staff Members and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, February 13, 1950
36. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, March 17, 1950
37. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding 1950 UE Convention, August 17, 1950
38. Bergstrom to Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Regarding Smith System Negotiation with Notice, April 4, 1951
39. Bergstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Dues with Card, December 8, 1952
40. Bergstrom to Emspak Regarding Union Label, November 25, 1953
Folder 119 Local 1139 Reuben Carlson Incoming Correspondence, 1942-1944
1. Ernest DeMaio to Reuben Carlson Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, War Labor Board, and No-Strike Pledge with Resolution, February 11, 1944
2. Julius Emspak to Carlson Regarding Dues, October 29, 1942
3. Emspak to Carlson Regarding Pittsburgh Meeting, April 15, 1943
4. Emspak to Carlson Regarding Wilson Rubber Organization, June 9, 1943
5. Norma Gould to Carlson Regarding Maico Organization, June 21, 1943
6. James Matles to Carlson Regarding Finances, July 7, 1943
7. Matles to Carlson Regarding Perfection Organization, July 16, 1943
Folder 120 Local 1139 Reuben Carlson Outgoing Correspondence, 1942-1944
1. Reuben Carlson to Julius Emspak Regarding Alabama Pipe and Gadsen Iron Wages, February 3, 1942
2. Carlson to Matles Regarding Officers, February 10, 1942
3. Carlson to Matles Regarding ADT System Contract, February 25, 1942
4. Carlson to J.R. Steelman Regarding Twin City Steel Negotiation, March 12, 1942
5. Carlson to Matles Regarding Star Machine Contract and Organization, June 4, 1942
6. Carlson to Emspak Regarding Withdrawals, October 22, 1942
7. Carlson to Matles Regarding Decca Negotiation and Women, November 19, 1942
8. Carlson to Neil Brant Regarding Twin City Steel Negotiation, War Labor Board, and Arbitration, February 25, 1943
9. Carlson to Matles Regarding Decca Contract, March 24, 1943
10. Carlson to Matles Regarding Wilson Rubber Organization, June 8, 1943
11. Carlson to Matles Regarding Maico Organization, June 21, 1943
12. Carlson to Matles Regarding Onan and Sons Organization, July 10, 1943
13. Carlson to Matles Regarding Perfection Manufacturing Organization, July 16, 1943
14. Carlson to Matles Regarding Contracts and Negotiations, July 20, 1943
15. Carlson to Emspak Regarding Officers and 1943 UE Convention, July 28, 1943
16. Carlson to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Headquarters, September 30, 1943
17. Carlson to Emspak Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation and WLB, February 1, 1944
18. Carlson to Emspak Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation and WLB, February 7, 1944
Folder 121 Local 1139 Tom Foley Incoming Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. Julius Emspak to Tom Foley Regarding Supplies, January 5, 1938
2. Emspak to Foley Regarding Flour City Ornamental and American Brake Shoe Organization, March 3, 1938
3. Emspak to Foley Regarding Brothers Boiler Contract, April 19, 1938
4. James Matles to Foley Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike, January 9, 1939
5. Matles to Foley Regarding United Auto Workers, January 19, 1939
6. Matles to Foley Regarding District 11, August 7, 1939
7. William Mitchell to Foley Regarding American Brake Shoe, Steelworkers Organizing Committee, and Brothers Boiler, January 27, 1938
8. Mitchell to Foley Regarding Bahlstrom Organization, March 19, 1938
9. Mitchell to Foley Regarding ABC Washer and Hart-Carter, July 5, 1938
Folder 122 Local 1139 Tom Foley Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1939
1. Tom Foley to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, November 20, 1937
2. Foley to Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Unemployment, January 2, 1938
3. Foley to William Mitchell Regarding American Brake Shoe Organization, Steelworkers Organizing Committee, Brothers Boiler Negotiation, and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, January 25, 1938
4. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Brothers Boiler Organization, SWOC, and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, February 10, 1938
5. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Dahlstrom and Iron Workers Inter-union Rivalry, February 12, 1938
6. Foley to Emspak Regarding International Association of Machinists and Ironworkers Inter-union Rivalry and Organization at Flour City Ornamental and American Brake Shoe, February 21, 1938
7. Foley to James Carey Regarding Brothers Boiler Strike and Boilermakers Inter-union Rivalry, March 19, 1938
8. Foley to Emspak Regarding Brothers Boiler Contract, April 14, 1938
9. Foley to James Matles Regarding North Star Specialty and Brothers Boiler Organization and Inter-union Rivalry with IAM and Ironworkers, April 19, 1938
10. Foley to Emspak Regarding Brothers Boiler Contract, April 25, 1938
11. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, May 27, 1938
12. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Twentieth Century Brass Negotiation, June 11, 1938
13. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Hart-Carter Negotiation, June 29, 1938
14. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Usona Manufacturing Organization, July 19, 1938
15. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Negotiation, November 29, 1938
16. Foley to Mitchell Regarding Butler Manufacturing Negotiation, January 5, 1939
17. Foley to Matles Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike, January 6, 1939
18. Foley to Matles Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike and Untied Auto Workers, January 17, 1939
19. Foley to Matles Regarding Brothers Boiler Negotiation, May 12, 1939
20. Foley to Emspak Regarding Hart-Carter Negotiation, June 20, 1939
21. Foley to Matles Regarding District 11 and Per Capita, August 4, 1939
Folder 123 Local 1139 General Incoming Correspondence, 1939-1952
1. Julius Emspak to Oscar Lindman Regarding Singer Strike, May 3, 1939
2. Emspak to Lindman Regarding Singer Strike, June 6, 1939
3. Emspak to Lindman Regarding Local 1111 Strike, February 16, 1940
4. Emspak to Hugo Benson Regarding Foundries and Factionalism, December 5, 1941
5. Emspak to Oscar Andell Regarding Dues and Veterans, April 23, 1945
6. Emspak to Enoch Johnson Regarding National Strike Fund, October 23, 1952
7. James Matles to Lee Bergstrom Regarding Officers, August 19, 1940
8. Clifford McAvoy to Clarence Hathaway Regarding Political Action, February 25, 1947
9. Stephan Reynolds to Local 1939 Regarding Comet Manufacturing Organization, October 31, 1947
Folder 124 Local 1139 General Outgoing Correspondence, 1937-1952, undated
1. Oscar Andell to S. Towson Regarding Local 735 Negotiation, October 29, 1945
2. Andell to Julius Emspak Regarding Hudson Manufacturing Strike, November 21, 1945
3. Andell to Emspak Regarding Hart Carter Strike, December 19, 1945
4. Hugo Benson to James Carey Regarding Foundry Council, January 18, 1940
5. Benson to Emspak Regarding Foundries, Factionalism, and Molders Inter-union Rivalry, November 11, 1941
6. Lee Bergstrom to James Matles Regarding Womens Auxiliary, August 5, 1940
7. Bergstrom to Matles Regarding Womens Auxiliary and Local 616 with October 1940, Mrs. Carl Will Letter to Bergstrom, October 2, 1940
8. Bernice Guy to Emspak Regarding 1948 UE Convention, July 26, 1938
9. Guy to Robert Duitch Regarding Local 614 Strike, October 18, 1948
10. Guy to Matles Regarding Staff Members and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, February 17, 1950
11. Otto Hanson to Ernest DeMaio Regarding District 11, September 19, 1947
12. Clarence Hathaway to Emspak Regarding Bishman Manufacturing Strike with List of Strikers, October 8, 1946
13. Hathaway to DeMaio Regarding Lake Center and Coin Meter Organization, October 20, 1947
14. Hathaway to Matles Regarding Factionalism, November 29, 1948
15. Oscar Lindman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 6, 1937
16. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, November 2, 1937
17. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 8, 1938
18. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, February 11, 1938
19. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Brothers Boiler Strike, April 11, 1938
20. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 13, 1938
21. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Electrical Ships, March 3, 1939
22. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Singer Strike, April 29, 1939
23. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Singer Strike, June 2, 1939
24. Lindman to Emspak Regarding Local 1111, February 13, 1940
25. Norman Mattson to Matles Regarding Strike Fund, May 16, 1952
26. A.W. Petterson to UE News Regarding Separate Charter for Foundries, Factionalism, and Molders Inter-union Rivalry, October 1, 1941
27. Everett Roemer to Emspak Regarding Political Action, October 2, 1946
28. Arne Wanhala to Matles Regarding Separate Charter for Foundries and Factionalism, n.d.
29. Recording Secretary to William Mitchell Regarding Contracts, August 16, 1938
30. Recording Secretary to Matles Regarding RR Howell Contract, May 22, 1939
Folder 125-126 Local 1139 Correspondence, 1955-1959
Folder 127 Local 1139 Minneapolis Correspondence, 1956-1967

Box 9
Folder 1-5 Local 1139 Minneapolis Correspondence, 1956-1967
Folder 6 Local 1139 Minneapolis Shops Correspondence, 1980-1987
Folder 7 Local 1139 Per Capita Reports, September 1937-July 1938
Folder 8 Local 1139 Publications, 1938-1942
1. "Report of Vice President Gutridge" Leaflet Regarding Boilermakers Inter-union Rivalry, April 1938
2. "Former CIO Members Join IMFWU" Clipping, January 1939
3. Merchandiser Newspaper, April 1942
Folder 9 Local 1139 American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, 1937-1938
1. William Mauseth to Julius Emspak, August 27, 1937
2. Emspak to Mauseth, August 30, 1937
3. Tom Foley to Emspak, September 1, 1937
4. Earl Martin to Flour City Ornamental, October 19, 1937
5. Ralph Helstein to Emspak, December 28, 1937
6. Organizational Report, January 1, 1938
7. Emspak to Helstein, January 7, 1938
8. W.J. McCain to B.G. Johnson, August 22, 1938
Folder 10 Local 1139 Foundry Strike, 1940
1. Petition to J.F. Quest, August 30, 1940
2. Strike Committee Letter, August 30, 1940
Folder 11 Local 1139 Twentieth Century Brass Strike, 1941
1. Douglas Hall to James Matles, October 4, 1941
2. Matles to Hall, October 7, 1941
Folder 12 Local 1139 Separate Charter for Foundries, 1941
1. Foundry Council Resolution, October 8, 1941
2. Arne Wanhala to Foundry Members, November 11, 1941
3. Ernie Roemer to Julius Emspak, November 11, 1941
4. Emspak to Roemer, December 5, 1941
Folder 13 Local 1139 Twentieth Century Brass Negotiations, 1943-1944
1. Bea Bassin to Albert Fitzgerald, February 3, 1943
2. Douglas Hall to James Matles, September 7, 1943
3. Neil Brant to Hall, September 10, 1943
4. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, February 11, 1944
5. War Labor Board Order, June 14, 1944
6. Executive Order, September 9, 1944
7. Reuben Carlson Affidavit with Membership List, October 19, 1944
Folder 14 Local 1139 Hart-Carter Strike, 1945
1. Douglas Hall to Lewis Schwellenbach, August 29, 1945
2. John Daly to Albert Fitzgerald, September 7, 1945
3. Daly to Hall, September 7, 1945
4. Report of Strike, October 2, 1945
5. Notification of Pending Disagreement, October 30, 1945
6. List of Strikers, October 30, 1945
7. Termination of Strike with Contract Excerpt, November 21, 1945
Folder 15 Local 1139 Postel Manufacturing Negotiations, 1945
1. Douglas Hall to Lewis Schwellenbach, September 11, 1945
2. John Daly to Albert Fitzgerald, September 21, 1945
3. Daly to Hall, September 21, 1945
Folder 16 Local 1139 Hudson Manufacturing Strike, 1945-1946
1. Report of Strike, November 14, 1945
2. List of Strikers, November 22, 1945
3. Notification of Pending Disagreement, November 22, 1945
4. Termination of Strike, March 2, 1946
Folder 17 Local 1139 Telex Strike, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio with June 4, 1946, R.W. Bergstrom Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, June 6, 1946
2. Termination of Strike, June 20, 1946
Folder 18 Local 1139 Hart-Carter Negotiations, 1946
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, August 9, 1946
2. Julius Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, August 21, 1946
Folder 19 Local 1139 Despatch Oven Strike, 1947
1. Report of Strike, July 15, 1947
2. Termination of Strike, July 31, 1947
Folder 20 Local 1139 Twentieth Century Brass Strike, 1948
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 10, 1948
2. Report of Strike, April 12, 1948
3. Termination of Strike, June 18, 1948
Folder 21 Local 1139 Franklin Transformer Strike, 1948
1. Report of Strike, July 22, 1948
2. Termination of Strike, August 26, 1948
Folder 22 Local 1139 Taft-Hartley Compliance, 1949
1. Certificate of Union Officers, November 4, 1949
2. Distribution of Financial Data, November 8, 1949
3. Non-Communist Affidavits, November 9, 1949
4. Registration Form with Financial Statement, November 10, 1949
Folder 23 Local 1139 Brothers Boiler Strike, 1941-1951
1. Anthony DeMaio to James Matles, June 4, 1941
2. Nat Spero to DeMaio, June 6, 1951
Folder 24 Local 1139 Correspondence and Notifications, 1940-1950
1. George Grega to John Brophy Regarding Steelworkers Organizing Committee, August 19, 1940
2. A.N. Towsen to Yelverton Cowheard Regarding Alabama Foundries, January 5, 1942
3. Status of Contracts, January 1943
4. Unsigned Letter to Neil Brant Regarding War Labor Board and Foundries, February 3, 1943
5. Ernest DeMaio to James Matles Regarding Onan and Sons Organization, June 30, 1943
6. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding Bradley Equipment, October 17, 1946
7. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding Perfection Manufacturing, October 17, 1946