Summary Information
Title: UE National Office Records Relating to District 6 and District 6 Locals
Collection Number: UE.4.1.6
Creator: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Collection Dates: 1936-1995
Extent: 15.6 linear feet (13 boxes)

Language: English

Abstract:
This series contains files on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) District 6 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 Erin Nihiser.
Revision Description:
August 2012:
Addition of container list.

Collection Scope and Content Notes

District 6 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) consisted of locals throughout western Pennsylvania and West Virginia and are now part of the UE's Eastern Region. This series contains files on UE District 6 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 6. 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 -- Pennsylvania -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor unions -- Pennyslvania -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century

Corporate Names
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. District 6.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Personal Names
  • 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 6 and District 6 Locals, 1936-1995, UE.4.1.6, 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 Erin Nihiser in August 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 6 Records, 1940s-1980s, UE.15.6, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 506 Records, 1940-1980s, UE.16.506, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 601, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Records, 1947-1954, UE.16.601, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine & Furniture Workers Local 601 Records, 1939-1988, AIS.1989.16, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 610 Records, 1937-1990, UE.16.610, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 618 Records, 1960s, UE.16.618, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 647 Records, 1989-1990, UE.16.647, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh


Collection Inventory

Subseries 1. District 6


Box 1
Folder 1 District 6 Proposed Constitutional Amendments, November 24, 1946
Folder 2 District 6 President Logan Burkhart Correspondence, October 27, 1937, January 16, 1938
1. Logan Burkhart to Whom it May Concern Regarding Reduced Hours and the Labor Party, October 27, 1937
2. Burkhart Report of District 6 Regarding Unemployment and District Organization, January 16, 1938
Folder 3 District 6 President Michael Fitzpatrick Correspondence, July 30, 1941- July 7, 1943
1. Michael Fitzpatrick to All Local Union Presidents Regarding Taxation and Political Action, July 30, 1941
2. Fitzpatrick to All Western Pennsylvania Congressmen Regarding Taxation, August 1, 1941
3. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Local Presidents Regarding World War II with Fitzpatrick Telegram to Franklin Roosevelt, December 10, 1941
4. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Local Presidents Regarding Defense Agencies, Rent and Pennsylvania CIO Political Action, January 29, 1942
5. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Philip Murray Regarding AFL-CIO Inter-Union Relations, January 1942
6. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Donald Nelson Regarding Productivity with Resolution on Production Councils, March 1942
7. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Ways and Means Committee Regarding Taxation, May 1942
8. Fitzpatrick to Congressmen Weiss, et al. Regarding Taxation, June 25, 1942
9. Fitzpatrick to Minority Members of the Ways and Means Committee Regarding Taxation, June 25, 1942
10. Fitzpatrick to All UE Locals Regarding Taxation and Political Action, June 25, 1942
11. Fitzpatrick to All Dictrict 6 Local Presidents Regarding Local 615 Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Strike, July 8, 1942
12. Fitzpatrick to Locals 601, et al. Regarding Organization at Mine Safety Appliances and World War II, July 7, 1943
Folder 4 District 6 President Thomas Fitzpatrick Correspondence, December 26, 1945 - August 27, 1947
1. Thomas Fitzpatrick to Local 506 President, et al. Regarding General Electric and Westinghouse Strikes, December 26, 1945
2. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Locals Regarding PEPC and Political Action, May 28, 1947
3. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Locals Regarding Taft-Harley and Political Action, May 28, 1947
4. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Locals Regarding PAC, June 30, 1947
5. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Locals Regarding Housing with Letter Regarding Organization of Tenets to Save Homes in Projects, July 14, 1947
6. Fitzpatrick Regarding 1947 UE Convention Delegate Elections and Factionalism, August 27, 1947
Folder 5 District 6 President Stanley Loney Correspondence, January 30, 1948 - April 9, 1951
1. Stanley Loney to Brothers and Sisters Regarding Factionalism with January 29, 1948, Memorandum of District Meeting, January 30, 1948
2. Loney to Brothers and Sisters Regarding Factionalism with February 1, 1948, Pittsburgh Press Clipping; February 2, 1948, New York Post "Inside Labor" Clipping by Victor Riesel; and February 16, 1948, Stanley Loney Letter to Earl Fox, February 2, 1948
3. Loney to Sirs and Brothers Regarding Taft-Hartley, March 19, 1948
4. Loney to All District 6 Locals Regarding Mundt-Nixon Bill with Pamphlet "CIO Asks Defeat of Mundt-Nixon Bill", May 12, 1948
5. Loney to Shop Stewards Regarding Speed-Ups, Unemployment, CIO, Taft-Hartely and Wages with Wages and Disruption Pamphlet, April 1, 1949
6. Loney to All District 6 UE Locals Regarding Wages and Westinghouse with Duplicate Statement of UE District 6 Westinghouse Local Unions, February 13, 1951
7. Loney to All Locals Regarding Wages and Wage Stabilization Board with Loney Letter to All AFL, CIO and Independent Unions, February 19, 1951
8. Loney to All Staff Members Regarding Political Action, April 9, 1951
Folder 6 District 6 President Stanley Loney Correspondence, December 18, 1951 - September 11, 1953
1. Stanley Loney to All Local Unions Regarding UE Fighting Fund, December 18, 1951
2. Loney to All Staff Members Regarding Local 601 Nuttall Westinghouse Strike, June 23, 1952
3. Loney to All Locals Regarding Local 601 Nuttall Westinghouse Strike, April 29, 1952
4. Loney to All Local Unions Regarding Local 601 Nuttall Westinghouse Strike, September 8, 1952
5. Loney to All Locals and Staff Regarding Allan McNeil Case and Anti-Communism with Some Actions from the Case, October 16, 1952
6. Loney to All District 6 Locals Regarding Factionalism, January 28, 1953
7. Loney to All Locals Regarding Taft-Hartley with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Civil Action No. 5286-52 Decision, February 3, 1953
8. Loney to All Local Unions Regarding the Korean War and Reconversion, April 6, 1953
9. Loney to All Local Unions Regarding the Allen McNeil Case and Deportations, April 8, 1953
10. Loney to All UE Districts Regarding the Allen McNeil Case and Anti-Communism, April 29, 1953
11. Loney to All Local Unions Regarding the Allen McNeil Case and Anti-Communism, April 30, 1953
12. Loney Regarding Fascism with March 24, 1945, Army Talk and Orientation Fact Sheet 64, June 12, 1953
13. Loney to All Local Unions Regarding the Allen McNeil Case and Anti-Communism, September 11, 1953
14. Loney to All Local Unions Regarding Local 663 DeLuxe Metal Furniture Strike, September 11, 1953
15. Loney to All Officers and Stewards Regarding Wages and CIO
Folder 7 District 6 President Daniel Marguriet Correspondence, January 12, 1954 - December 23, 1955
1. Daniel Marguriet to All Local Unions Regarding Anti-Communism, Joseph McCarthy and General Electric, January 12, 1954
2. Marguriet to All Local Officers Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, March 11, 1955
3. Marguriet to All Staff Members Regarding Executive Board Meeting with Marguriet Letter to All Executive Board Members, March 18, 1955
4. Marguriet to All Local Unions Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, March 23, 1955
5. Marguriet to George Leader Regarding Unemployment Compensation and Taxation, April 26, 1955
6. Marguriet to All Local Unions Regarding Brownell-Butler Citation, December 23, 1955
Folder 8 District 6 President Daniel Marguriet Correspondence, January 4, 1956 - October 16, 1967
Folder 9 District 6 President Daniel Marguriet Correspondence, December 22, 1975 - March 14, 1980
Folder 10 District 6 Secretary William Chambers Correspondence, July 29, 1941 - January 30, 1942
1. William Chambers to Lyle Dowling Regarding Political Action and Taxation with July 28, 1941, Michael Fitzpatrick Telegram to Benjamin Jarrett, et al., July 29, 1941
2. Chambers to All Recording Secretaries Regarding Supplies, November 11, 1941
3. Chambers to All Officers and Stewards Regarding Taxation, January 30, 1942
Folder 11 District 6 Secretary Alfred Oyler Correspondence, April 12, 1944 - August 20, 1945
1. Alfred Oyler to All District 6 Council Delegates Regarding Council Meeting, April 12, 1944
2. Oyler to All Local Presidents Regarding Veterans and Political Action, August 20, 1945
Folder 12 District 6 Secretary Harry Phelps to All District Council Delegates Regarding Inter-Union Rivalry, May 24, 1950
Folder 13 District 6 International Representative Leo Turner Correspondence, December 1, 1943 - July 7, 1944
1. Leo Turner to Julius Emspak Regarding District 6 Report, December 1, 1943
2. Turner to Emspak Regarding District 6 Report, February 2, 1944
3. Turner to Emspak Regarding District 6 Report, April 14, 1944
4. Turner to Emspak Regarding District 6 Report, July 7, 1944
Folder 14 District 6 International Representative Charles Newell Correspondence, August 16, 1949 - December 27, 1950
1. Charles Newell to National Officers Regarding Factionalism, 1949 UE Convention Delegates Election and ACTU with August 14, 1949, St. Regis Church Sunday Bulletin, August 16, 1949
2. Newell to All Staff Members, December 27, 1950
Folder 15 District 6 International Representative Richard Niebur Correspondence, November 19, 1952 - May 25, 1954
1. Richard Niebur to District 6 Staff Members Regarding Organization, November 19, 1952
2. Niebur to All Staff Members Regarding Staff Meeting, April 5, 1954
3. Niebur to All Staff Members Regarding Brownell Bill, May 25, 1954
Folder 16 District 6 Representative Allen McNeil Regarding Anti-Communism and UE Defense Committee, January 20, 1953
Folder 17 District 6 Correspondence, January 4, 1956 - November 20, 1989
Folder 18 District 6 Pittsburgh, PA, Correspondence, January 4, 1956 - June 5, 1967
Folder 19 District 6 Correspondence, December 13, 1967 - November 6, 1973
Folder 20 District 6 Pension Correspondence, November 15, 1965
Folder 21 District 6 Council Minutes, May 2, 1937 - May 3, 1941
Folder 22 District 6 Council Minutes, May 25 - June 29, 1941
Folder 23 District 6 Council Minutes, July 27 - August 24, 1941
Folder 24 District 6 Council Minutes, October 26 - November 23, 1941
Folder 25 District 6 Council Minutes, June 28 - July 26, 1942
Folder 26 District 6 Council Minutes, September 27, 1942 - May 3, 1943
Folder 27 District 6 Council Minutes, June 27 - October 24, 1943
Folder 28 District 6 Council Minutes, November 28, 1943 - February 27, 1944
Folder 29 District 6 Council Minutes, March 26 - May 28, 1944
Folder 30 District 6 Council Minutes, July 23 - October 22, 1944
Folder 31 District 6 Council Minutes, December 3, 1944 - April 8, 1945
Folder 32 District 6 Council Minutes, July 22 -September 23, 1945
Folder 33 District 6 Council Minutes, November 25, 1945 - June 23, 1946
Folder 34 District 6 Council Minutes, July 28 - October 27, 1946
Folder 35 District 6 Council Minutes, November 24, 1946 - May 25, 1947
Folder 36 District 6 Council Minutes, July 27, 1947 - January 25, 1948
1. Council Minutes with July 25, 1947, Clyde Johnson Letters to Thomas Fitzpatrick and Joseph Schoteff, July 27, 1947
2. Council Minutes, October 5, 1947
3. Council Minutes, November 30, 1947
4. Council Minutes with January 29, 1945, Stanley Loney Letter to Delegates, January 25, 1948
Folder 37 District 6 Council Minutes, March 21 - September 26, 1948
Folder 38 District 6 Council Minutes, November 28, 1948 - March 27, 1949
Folder 39 District 6 Council Minutes, May 23 - July 24, 1949
1. Council Minutes, May 23, 1949
2. Council Minutes with Transcription of Proceedings at District 6 Council Meeting, July 24, 1949
Folder 40 District 6 Council Minutes, September 25, 1949 - September 24, 1950
1. Council Minutes, September 25, 1949
2. Council Minutes with Report on Loyalty, January 29, 1950
3. Council Minutes, July 30, 1950
4. Council Minutes, September 24, 1950
Folder 41 District 6 Council Minutes, January 21 - December 2, 1951
Folder 42 District 6 Council Minutes, January 27 - September 28, 1952
1. Council Minutes with January 31, 1952, Stanley Loney Letters to Albert Fitzgerald and Wavil See, January 27, 1952
2. Council Minutes with Note Serial Number 19 Regarding McCarran-Walters Act, March 22, 1952
3. Council Minutes with March 11, 1952, Letter Regarding Detroit Un-American Activities Committee, March 30, 1952
4. Council Minutes, May 25, 1952
5. Council Minutes, July 27, 1952
6. Council Minutes with October 3, 1952, Bob Note to James Matles, September 28,1952
Folder 43 District 6 Council Minutes, January 25, 1953 - April 25, 1954
Folder 44 District 6 Council Minutes, August 15, 1954 - October 30, 1955
1. Council Minutes, August 15, 1954
2. Duplicate Council Minutes, October 24, 1954
3. Council Minutes, January 30, 1955
4. Council Minutes, April 24, 1955
5. Council Minutes with August 9, 1955, Daniel Marguriet Letters to John Clark and Herbert Brownell, August 7, 1955
6. Duplicate Council Minutes, October 30, 1955
Folder 45 District 6 Council Minutes, March 28, 1955 - October 28, 1967
Folder 46 District 6 Council Minutes, June 22, 1968 - June 26, 1971
Folder 47 District 6 Council Minutes, October 30, 1971 - October 26, 1974
Folder 48 District 6 Council Minutes, October 26, 1974 - October 27, 1979
Folder 49 District 6 Council Minutes, February 23, 1980 - May 14, 1993

Box 2
Folder 1 District 6 Council Resolutions, August 28, 1938 - August 24, 1941
1. Resolution to Block Attempts of Employers to Use Wage-Hour Laws as Excuse for Wage Cuts, August 28, 1938
2. Resolution on Erie, PA, Continental Rubber Strike, May 4, 1941
3. Resolution on Allis-Chalmers Collective Bargaining, May 4, 1941
4. Resolution on CIO West Penn Hospital Strike, May 4, 1941
5. Resolution on Keeping America Out of War in Europe, May 4, 1941
6. Resolution on Defending Union Gains and Living Standards Regarding Taxation and Public Assistance, May 25, 1941
7. Resolution on Threat of War to America, May 25, 1941
8. Resolution on United Mine Workers Struggle for Equal Pay in North and South, May 25, 1941
9. Resolution on Women's Wage Differential, May 25, 1941
10. Resolution Regarding Strike Legislation, June 29, 1941
11. Resolution Regarding Taxation, June 29, 1941
12. Resolution Regarding UE Constitutions and Anti-Communism, June 29, 1941
13. Resolution on Endorsing Aid to Britain, Russia and China, August 24, 1941
14. Resolution on UE Program to Prevent Lay-Offs and Production Curtailment, August 24, 1941
15. Resolution on Legislation to Fix Wage Levels, August 24, 1941
Folder 2 District 6 Council Resolutions, August 1941 - June 28, 1942
1. Resolution on Supporting Imperial Strikes, August 1941
2. Resolution on the Veto of Moul-Woodring Milk Bill, August 1941
3. Resolution on Protecting the Welfare of Conscripts, October 1941
4. Resolution on Price Control, October 1941
5. Resolution on Wage Freezing, October 1941
6. Resolution on Tax Legislation, December 1941
7. Resolution on Harry Bridges Deportation Case, December 1941
8. Resolution on UE Locals and Defense Councils, January 1942
9. Resolution Regarding the Program on Rent Raises, January 1942
10. Resolution on Aid to the War Effort in the Shops, January 1942
11. Resolution on International Labor Cooperation, May 24, 1942
12. Resolution on All Labor Conference for Victory Now, June 28, 1942
13. Resolution on John L. Lewis, June 28, 1942
14. Resolution on Harry Bridges Regarding Deportation, June 28, 1942
15. Resolution on Pittsburgh Area Rent Administrator, June 28, 1942
Folder 3 District 6 Council Resolutions, July 26, 1942 - January 16, 1944
1. Resolution on a Second Front in Europe, July 26, 1942
2. Resolution on Polish-Soviet Controversy, May 2, 1943
3. Resolution on Supporting Miners and Action of President, May 2, 1943
4. Resolution on Supporting President Roosevelt's Casablanca Decision, May 2, 1943
5. Resolution on Leadership of CIO President Philip Murray, May 23, 1943
6. Resolution on United States Foreign Policy, May 23, 1943
7. Resolution on the Detroit "Insurrection", June 27, 1943
8. Resolution on Price Control, June 27, 1943
9. Resolution on Wages Regarding Little Steel Formula, November 28, 1943
10. Resolution on UE Wage Proposals in the Industry, January 16, 1944
11. Resolution on the Effective Right to Vote for Soldiers with January 25, 1944, Harold Briney Letter to All Congressmen and UE Districts, January 16, 1944
12. Resolution on President Roosevelt's Message to Congress with January 25, 1944, Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to Franklin Roosevelt, January 16, 1944
Folder 4 District 6 Council Resolutions, March 26, 1944 - November 25, 1945
1. Resolution on Negro Discrimination in Baseball, March 26, 1944
2. Resolution on 4th Term For President Roosevelt, March 26, 1944
3. Resolution on Labor Education, May 28, 1944
4. Resolution on No-Strike Pledge, October 22, 1944
5. Resolution Regarding Henry Wallace, January 28, 1945
6. Resolution on Labor-Management Cooperation in the Post-War Period, April 8, 1945
7. Resolution on Fair Employment Practices, April 8, 1945
8. Resolution on San Francisco Conference, April 8, 1945
9. Resolution on the Ball-Burton-Hatch Bill, July 22, 1945
10. Resolution on United Nations Charter, July 22, 1945
11. Resolution Regarding Reconversion, Unemployment, and Legislation, August 26, 1945
12. Resolution Regarding Unemployment, August 26, 1945
13. Resolution on Program of Action Recommended by District 6 to Further the Program for Jobs, August 26, 1945
14. Resolution Regarding Day Care Centers, September 22, 1945
15. Resolution on Yugoslav Relief, November 25, 1945
16. Resolution on Support for the United Auto Workers, November 25, 1945
17. Resolution on Labor-Management Conference, November 25, 1945
18. Resolution on Housing, November 25, 1945
19. Resolution on Democratic Party, November 25, 1945
20. Resolution on Peacetime Conscription, November 25, 1945
21. Resolution on American Intervention in China, November 25, 1945
22. Resolution on Denying Tax Benefits to Strike-Bound Corporations, November 25, 1945
Folder 9 District 6 Council Resolutions, January 27, 1952 - May 25, 1952
1. Resolution on a Program of Action, January 27, 1952
2. Resolution on Program of Decentralization and Unemployment, January 27, 1952
3. Resolution on the Economic Struggle, March 30, 1952
4. Resolution on Decentralization and Runaway Industry, May 25, 1952
Folder 5 District 6 Council Resolutions, January 14, 1946 - March 23, 1947
1. Resolution on Unemployment Compensation for Veterans with January 14, 1946, Thomas Fitzpatrick Letter to All Newspapers and District 6, January 12, 1946
2. Resolution on Pennsylvania State Political Action Committee, January 12, 1946
3. Resolution on Anti-Negro Brutality, March 24, 1946
4. Resolution on Churchill-Truman War Drive, March 24, 1946
5. Resolution on Peace, July 28, 1946
6. Resolution on Labor Representation on Peace Conferences, July 28, 1946
7. Resolution on the Wagner-Ellender-Taft Federal Housing Bill, July 28, 1946
8. Resolution on Youth Security Program, July 28, 1946
9. Resolution on Independent Political Action for 1946, July 28, 1946
10. Resolution on Negro Lynching, July 28, 1946
11. Resolution on Raising Minimum Dues and Per Capita Tax, July 28, 1946
12. Resolution on National Officers, July 28, 1946
13. Resolution on Truman's Administration, July 28, 1946
14. Resolution on the National Convention's Proposed Amendment to the Constitution, July 28, 1946
15. Resolution on Red-Baiting, July 28, 1946
16. Resolution on United Mine Workers Strike, November 24, 1946
17. Resolution on Anti-Labor Laws, January 26, 1947
18. Resolution on Rent Control, January 26, 1947
19. Resolution on the Pennsylvania State CIO Convention, March 23, 1947
20. Resolution on Fair Employee Practices Commission, March 23, 1947
21. Resolution on the Pennsylvania State CIO Convention Regarding Anti-Labor Bills and Foreign Policy, March 23, 1947
22. Resolution on the Pennsylvania State CIO Convention Regarding PAC, March 23, 1947
Folder 6 District 6 Council Resolutions, July 27, 1947 - August 1, 1948
1. Resolution on the Bi-Annual Convention and UE Washington Office, July 27, 1947
2. Resolution on Foreign Policy, July 27, 1947
3. Resolution on Support of International Officers, July 27, 1947
4. Resolution on Political Action, July 27, 1947
5. Resolution on Unity Regarding Factionalism, July 27, 1947
6. Resolution on Local 613 UE-ACTU Officers, November 30, 1947
7. Resolution on ACTU, November 30, 1947
8. Resolution on Henry Wallace and a Third Party, January 25, 1948
9. Resolution on Thomas J. Fitzpatrick, January 25, 1948
10. Resolution on Statement on Autonomy of CIO International Unions, January 25, 1948
11. Resolution on Local 502 Disruptive Group and Local 606 on Carey-Block ACTU Group,
12. Resolution on Local 627 on Actions of Disruptive Group, March 21, 1948
13. Resolution on Universal Military Training, the Draft, and Support to Miners, March 21, 1948
14. Resolution on CIO Political Action and Supporting Emspak's Letter to Murray, March 21, 1948
15. Resolution Regarding Local 813 Strike, April 24, 1948
16. Resolution on 1948 Election Campaign and Mundt Bill, May 23, 1948
17. Resolution on Withdrawl from Pennsylvania State CIO Council and American-Soviet Peace Talks, May 23, 1948
18. Resolution on ACTU Disruption and Bi-Annual Conventions, August 1, 1948
19. Resolution Against Union Raiding and Commendation and Re-Elections of General Officers, August 1, 1948
20. Resolution on 1948 Elections, August 1, 1948
21. Resolution in Support of the United Office and Professional Workers of America in Negotiations with the Prudential Insurance Company, August 1. 1948
Folder 7 District 6 Council Resolutions, September 26, 1948 - January 21, 1951
1. Resolution on the Evansville Formula and the Hartley Committee, September 26, 1948
2. Resolution on the West Coast Maritime Strike, September 26, 1948
3. Resolution on Local 608, January 23, 1949
4. Resolution on Local 613, Statement and Recommendation on Local 613 and Clark's Wire Tapping Bill, January 23, 1949
5. Resolution on Wage Policy, January 23, 1949
6. Resolution on Workingmen's Compensation, Unemployment Benefits, and Miners, January 23, 1949
7. Resolution on Raiding, January 23, 1949
8. Resolution on How to Handle Unemployed UE Members and Resolution on the Industrial Union Council, January 23, 1949
9. Resolution on 52-20 and Unemployment Insurance for Graduate Students, January 23, 1949
10. Resolution on Mundt Ferguson Bill and Statement on the Atlantic Pact with a Statement of the UE General Executive Board on Coming Contract Negotiations, April 24, 1949
11. Resolution on CIO Policy, July 24, 1949
12. Resolution on Full Employment, July 24, 1949
13. Resolution Regarding Factionalism, July 24, 1949
14. Resolution on FEPC, Change of Convention Dates, and National Officers, July 24, 1949
15. Resolution on Six Hour Day, July 24, 1949
16. Resolution on General Electric, Westinghouse and Sylvania, July 30, 1950
17. Resolution on the Economic Situation, July 30, 1950
18. Resolution on the Actions of the Un-American Committee, July 30, 1950
19. Resolution on FEPC and Civil Rights, July 30, 1950
20. Resolution on Peace, July 30, 1950
21. Resolution on the Statement on the Proclamation of a National Emergency, January 21, 1951
Folder 8 District 6 Council Resolutions, May 27 - July 29, 1951
1. Resolution on Senate Resolution 140, May 27, 1951
2. Resolution on Six Hour Day, July 29, 1951
3. Resolution on Wages, July 29, 1951
4. Resolution on Fair Employment Practices Commission, July 29, 1951
5. Resolution on Housing, July 29, 1951
6. Resolution on Civil Rights, July 29, 1951
7. Resolution on Labor Unity, July 29, 1951
8. Resolution on Repeal of the Taft-Hartley Law, July 29, 1951
9. Resolution on the Legislative and Economic Situation, July 29, 1951
10. Resolution on Peace, July 29, 1951
Folder 10 District 6 Council Resolutions, July 27, 1952 - August 9, 1953
1. Resolution on Wages, July 27, 1952
2. Resolution on Fair Employee Practices Commission, July 27, 1952
3. Resolution on Peace, July 27, 1952
4. Resolution on Civil Rights, July 27, 1952
5. Resolution on Labor Unity, July 27, 1952
6. Resolution on Independent Political Action, July 27, 1952
7. Resolution on Unemployment and Decentralization, July 27, 1952
8. Resolution on Walter-McCurran Act, August 9, 1953
9. Resolution on Wages, August 9, 1953
10. Resolution on Rent Control, August 9, 1953
11. Resolution on Fair Practices and Negro Rights, August 9, 1953
12. Resolution on Women's Rights, August 9, 1953
13. Resolution on Economic Situation, Decentralization and Unemployment, August 9, 1953
14. Resolution on Taft-Hartley, August 9, 1953
15. Resolution on Thought Control, August 9, 1953
16. Resolution on Peace, August 9, 1953
17. Resolution on Defense of the 5th Amendment and Against McCarthyism, August 9, 1953
18. Resolution on Retirement and Pensions, Organize the Unorganized and Unemployment Compensation, August 9, 1953
19. Resolution on Trade Union Unity, August 9, 1953
Folder 11 District 6 Council Resolutions, October 11, 1953 - April 24, 1955
1. Resolution on Statement Regarding Butler Hearings, October 11, 1953
2. Resolution on Unemployment Insurance, January 31, 1954
3. Resolution on General Electric-McCarthy Blacklist, January 31, 1954
4. Resolution on Shorter Work Week, January 31, 1954
5. Resolution on Organization, August 15, 1954
6. Resolution on Political Action, August 15, 1954
7. Resolution in Support of Fair Employment Practices, August 15, 1954
8. Resolution on Unemployment, August 15, 1954
9. Resolution in Support of Johnny Nelson, August 15, 1954
10. Resolution on Elections, October 24, 1954
11. Resolution on American Safety Razor Strike, October 24, 1954
12. Resolution on Roosevelt's Birthday, January 30, 1955
13. Resolution on Shorter Work Week and Increase in the Minimum Wage, April 24, 1955
Folder 12 District 6 Council Resolutions, August 7 - October 30, 1955
1. Resolution on Repeal of the Taft-Hartley and Brownell-Butler Acts, August 7, 1955
2. Resolution Against Discrimination, August 7, 1955
3. Resolution on Meeting Problems of Automation and Speed-Up, August 7, 1955
4. Resolution on UE Director of Organization, James J. Matles, August 7, 1955
5. Resolution on Civil Liberties, August 7, 1955
6. Resolution on Unity, August 7, 1955
7. Resolution in Support of Westinghouse Strike, October 30, 1955
8. Resolution on Director of Organization, James J. Matles, October 30, 1955
Folder 13 District 6 Executive Council Minutes, September 22, 1946 - February 25, 1951
1. Executive Council Minutes, September 22, 1946
2. Executive Council Minutes, September 25, 1948
3. Executive Council Minutes, February 22, 1947
4. Executive Council Minutes, January 7, 1951
5. Executive Council Minutes, January 21, 1951
6. Executive Council Minutes, February 25, 1951
Folder 14 District 6 Executive Council Resolutions, February 22, 1947 - January 7, 1951
1. Resolution on Fair Employment Practices Commission, February 22, 1947
2. Resolution on Local 203, February 22, 1947
3. Resolution Regarding Statement on the Proclamation of a National Emergency, January 7, 1951
Folder 15 District 6 Political Action Committee, April 13, 1942 - July 15, 1947
1. Thomas Fitzpatrick to All Western Pennsylvania Congressmen Regarding Smaller War Plants Corporation Bill, April 13, 1942
2. Press Release Regarding Smaller War Plants Corporation Bill, April 13, 1942
3. Fitzpatrick to Members of the House Ways and Means Committee Regarding Taxation, May 14, 1942
4. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Locals Regarding Taxation, May 15, 1942
5. Fitzpatrick to District 6 Political Action Committee Members Regarding Taxation with Fitzpatrick Letter to All District 6 Locals, May 26, 1942
6. UE District 6 Tax Delegation Report, June 17, 1942
7. Fitzpatrick to All UE Locals Regarding Taxation, June 25, 1942
8. Fitzpatrick to All Locals Regarding Taxation with Fitzpatrick Letter to Congressmen, July 8, 1942
9. Fitzpatrick to All Western Pennsylvania Congressmen Regarding Office of Price Administration, July 13, 1942
10. Charles Newell to All Organizers and Business Agents Regarding Dollar Drive with Outline for Handling PAC Funds, July 3, 1947
11. Fitzpatrick to All District 6 Locals Regarding Dollar Drive with Outline for Handling PAC Funds and Check-Up on Membership, July 15, 1947
Folder 16 District 6 Staff Meeting Minutes, February 21, 1944
Folder 17 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, June 8, 1937 - April 21, 1954
1. Peter Abbondi to William Heiston Regarding Wages and the Police, October 22, 1945
2. Abbondi to Heiston Regarding Wages and White Collar Workers, April 3, 1946
3. Janet Barish to Thomas Quinn Regarding Finances, May 6, 1947
4. Barish to Grace Greenleaf Regarding Staff Finances, November 22, 1948
5. Barish to Martin Kurasch Regarding Staff Finances, December 8, 1948
6. Barish to Margaret Stasik Regarding District Council Minutes, September 14, 1949
7. Barish to Harry Phelps Regarding Staff Finances, April 3, 1950
8. Barish to Evelynn Lester Regarding Finances with November 9, 1951, Receipt, November 2, 1951
9. Barish to Margaret McCartney Regarding Women's Conference, April 21, 1954
10. Bill Cahn to Phelps Regarding Publications, Civil Liberties and Women, December 17, 1947
11. Cahn Letter to Phelps Regarding Publicity, December 30, 1947
12. James Carey Telegram to John Easton Regarding Dues, June 8, 1937
Folder 18 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, September 22, 1939 - October 19, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Andrew Panezich Regarding Unemployment, September 22, 1939
2. Emspak to Joseph Angelo Regarding Organization and West Virginia, April 15, 1941
3. Emspak to Peter Welsh Regarding Finances, August 7, 1941
4. Emspak Telegram to Patrick Welsh, October 29, 1941
5. Emspak to Rudy Draughn Regarding Jurisdiction, February 14, 1942
6. Emspak to K. L. Shaw Regarding Political Action, March 5, 1942
7. Emspak Telegram to Victor Brandon Regarding Finances and Local 626, April 13, 1942
8. Emspak to Thomas Flanagan Regarding E. L. Weigand Organization, September 2, 1942
9. Emspak to Flanagan Regarding E. L. Weigand Organization, September 22, 1942
10. Emspak to Marie Reed Regarding Community Chest, October 17, 1942
11. Emspak to Harold Briney Regarding CIO Women Auxilaries, November 3, 1942
12. Emspak to E. A. DeWald Regarding Staff Finances, November 16, 1942
13. Emspak to Briney Regarding Finances, January 4, 1943
14. Emspak to Charlotte Brampton Regarding Staff Finances, April 16, 1943
15. Emspak to Brampton Regarding Staff Finances, May 14, 1943
16. Emspak to Briney Regarding Finances and Local 602
17. Emspak to Audry Zaun Regarding Staff Finances, June 11, 1943
18. Emspak to Reed Regarding Educational Program, June 23, 1943
19. Emspak to Zaun Regarding Finances, July 9, 1943
20. Emspak to Reed Regarding Staff Members, September 29, 1943
21. Emspak to Briney Regarding Finances, October 19, 1943
Folder 19 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, March 16, 1944 - December 29, 1953
1. Julius Emspak to Harold Briney Regarding Military Personnel, March 16, 1944
2. Emspak to Rush Regarding Staff Finances, April 12, 1944
3. Emspak to Ruth Allen Regarding Staff Finances, April 18, 1944
4. Emspak to Briney Regarding Finances, July 17, 1944
5. Emspak to Briney Regarding Finances, August 3, 1944
6. Emspak to Briney Regarding Finances, Organization and Sharon, PA, Westinghouse, October 13, 1944
7. Emspak to John Nelson Regarding GE Contracts, December 1, 1944
8. Emspak to Leo Turner Regarding Staff Finances, December 15, 1944
9. Emspak to District 6 Locals 603, 609 and 620 Regarding Finances, January 12, 1945
10. Emspak to Donald Eckhard Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
11. Emspak to Michael Kazell Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
12. Emspak to Lloyd Lutz Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
13. Emspak to Walter Mugford Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
14. Emspak to Charles Snider Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
15. Emspak to Allen Regarding Staff Finances, March 8, 1945
16. Emspak to Nelson Regarding Sharon Westinghouse Organization, April 2, 1945
17. Emspak to William Heiston Regarding Radio Conference, October 16, 1945
18. Emspak to Heiston Regarding Finances and Locals 609 and 630, December 10, 1945
19. Emspak Letter to Heiston Regarding Finances and Local 609, March 26, 1946
20. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Emspak, to Harry Phelps Regarding Local 503 Officers, March 31, 1947
21. Secretary to Emspak to Phelps Regarding Supplies with March 31, 1947, Supply Requisition, April 21, 1947
22. Emspak to Phelps Regarding Finances, May 8, 1947
23. Emspak to Phelps Regarding Staff Finances, February 4, 1948
24. Emspak to Phelps Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, March 8, 1948
25. Emspak to Nelson Regarding Staff Finances, December 29, 1953
Folder 20 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, May 31, 1943 - May 21, 1948
1. Secretary to Albert Fitzgerald to Harold Briney Regarding Philip Murray and World War II, May 31, 1943
2. Fitzgerald to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Military Personnel, Wages, and Vacation Pay with August 22, 1944, Fred Mopel Letter to UE and Fitzgerald Letter to Mopel, September 1, 1944
3. Fitzgerald to Briney Regarding Staff Finances, June 2, 1943
4. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, to R. E. Starsmere, October 17, 1945
5. Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, Telegram to District 6 Regarding District Council Meeting, March 14, 1947
6. Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, Telegram to District 6 Regarding District Council Meeting, March 17, 1947
7. Fitzgerald Telegram to Thomas Flanagan Regarding Local 613 Constitution, May 21, 1948
Folder 21 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, April 6, 1939 - June 25, 1948
1. James Matles to Andrew Panezich Regarding District 6 Constitutions, April 6, 1939
2. Matles to Panezich Regarding Constitutions, April 8, 1939
3. Matles Telegram to Panezich Regarding Pittsburgh Allis-Chalmers, June 10, 1939
4. Matles Telegram to Panezich Regarding Local 613 Collective Bargaining, June 17, 1939
5. Matles to Patrick Welsh Regarding Supplies, January 29, 1941
6. Matles to Welsh Regarding Supplies, February 6, 1941
7. Secretary to Matles to Welsh Regarding Supplies, April 18, 1941
8. Matles to Hugh Harley Regarding Local 615 Collective Bargaining, May 28, 1941
9. Matles to Welsh Regarding Finances and Organization, May 28, 1941
10. Matles to Harley Regarding Erie, PA, GE Organization, June 23, 1941
11 Matles to Michael Mellesh Regarding Staff Finances, December 30, 1941
12. Matles to Arnold Miller Regarding Supplies, June 17, 1942
13. Matles to Athene Ryan Regarding Staff Finances, September 24, 1942
14. Matles to Marie Reed Regarding District 6 Women's Conference, December 30, 1942
15. Matles to Reed Regarding Labor History, February 10, 1943
16. Matles to Reed Regarding Women's School, April 19, 1943
17. Matles to Harold Briney Regarding District Council Meeting, May 27, 1943
18. Matles to James Bird Regarding Holidays, July 16, 1943
19. Matles to Reed Regrding Appointments, July 24, 1943
20. Matles Telegram to Briney, October 30, 1954
21. Matles to William Rosene Regarding Staff Finances, October 22, 1946
22. Matles Telegram to John Nelson, February 1, 1947
23. Selma Trauber, Secretary to Matles, to Betty Gordon Regarding Factionalism, December 5, 1947
24. Matles to Thomas Quinn Regarding Mailing List, March 26, 1948
25. Matles to Margaret Darin Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, June 25, 1948
Folder 22 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, September 2, 1942 - March 29, 1954
1. Matles to All International Representatives Regarding UE News, November 29, 1949
2. Matles to Daisy Bartels Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Elections, July 5, 1950
3. Matles to Charles Newell Regarding Staff Members, December 22, 1950
4. Matles to Newell Regarding District 6 Organization, December 21, 1950
5. Matles to UE International Representatives Regarding Finances, January 25, 1954
6. Secretary to Matles to Margaret McCartney Regarding District 6 Women's Conference, March 29, 1954
7. Edward Matthews to William Heiston Regarding Westinghouse Sunbury, May 18, 1944
8. Matthews to Heiston Regarding Johnstown and Fairmont Westinghouse Service and Incentive Pay, June 24, 1944
9. Matthews to Heiston Regarding Westinghouse Contracts and War Labor Board, February 1, 1945
10. Matthews Telegram to Heiston Regarding Local 630 Organization, November 19, 1945
11. Matthews to Heiston Regarding Grievances, August 28, 1948
12. Nina Barron, Secretary to Matthews, to Thomas Quinn Regarding Johnstown M & R Westinghouse Contracts, October 17, 1947
13. Matthews to Grace Greenleaf Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, June 25, 1948
14. Matthews to Margaret Stasik Regarding Photographs, July 28, 1949
15. Lilian Parefsky, Secretary to Matthews, Telegram to Bartels, October 9, 1950
16. Emma Meagher to Bartel Regarding Elections, April 28, 1950
17. Matthews to Bartel, May 2, 1950
18. Newell to Albert Mockert Regarding Sunbury Westinghouse Organization, June 22, 1942
19. Newell to Everett DeWald Regarding Sunbury Westinghouse Organization, June 23, 1942
20. Newell Telegram to Ann Larkin, September 2, 1942
Folder 23 District 6 Incoming Correspondence, April 6, 1939 - December 31, 1953
1. David Ratner to Thomas Quinn Regarding Staff Finances, July 23, 1947
2. Ratner Telegram to Martin Kurasch Regarding Local 638 Finances, February 25, 1949
3. Ratner to Kurasch Regarding Local 608 Finances, June 7, 1949
4. Ratner to Margaret Stasik Regarding Finances, November 30, 1949
5. Ratner to Vivian Dee, January 17, 1950
6. Ratner Memo to Charles Newell Regarding Finances with June 20, 1950, James Matles Memo to Ratner; June 2, 1950, Voucher; and Expenses to Date on Lithographing
7. Ratner Memo to Quinn Regarding Staff Finances, July 10, 1952
8. Ratner to Evelyn Lester Regarding Staff Finances, December 12, 1952
9. David Schribner to Kurasch Regarding Unemployment, Maintenance of Membership and Finances, March 3, 1949
10. J. B. Steckley to Andrew Panezich Regarding Union Research, April 6, 1939
Folder 24 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, August 7, 1937 - May, 1951
1. Carl Allen to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 604 Organization at West Penn Power, August 7, 1937
2. Allen to Albert Stonkus Regarding Utility Workers, February 24, 1938
3. Joseph Angelo to Emspak Regarding Clarksburg Organization, April 8, 1941
4. Daisy Bartel to David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 23, 1949
5. Bartel to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, February 17, 1950
6. Bartel to Emma Meagher Regarding Supplies, April 27, 1950
7. Bartel to William Cahn Regarding Publicity, May 4, 1950
8. Bartel to Fannie Cohn Regarding Publicity and Catholicism, May 12, 1950
9. Bartel to Meagher Regarding Publicity, May, 1950
10. Bartel to Barish Regarding Distributive, Processing, and Office Workers Union of America, February 14, 1951
11. Bartel to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February, 1951
12. Bartel to Barish with 3 Envelopes, May, 1951
13. James Bird to James Matles Regarding Holiday Pay and War Labor Board, July 9, 1943
14. Victor Brandon Telegram to Emspak, April 13, 1942
15. Brandon to Emspak Regarding Local 626 Officers, April 14, 1942
16. Brandon to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 29, 1942
Folder 25 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, June 8, 1937 - November 15, 1948
1. Harold Briney to Julius Emspak Regarding CIO Women's Auxiliaries with William Chambers Memo to Emspak, October 20, 1942
2. Briney to Emspak Regarding Per Capita Payments and Local 602, May 10, 1943
3. Briney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, May 22, 1943
4. Briney to James Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, May 24, 1943
5. Briney to Emspak Regarding Philip Murray and World War II with Resolution on Leadership of President Murray, October 20, 1942
6. Briney to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, June 3, 1943
7. Briney to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 13, 1943
8. Briney to Emspak Regarding Military Personnel, March 14, 1944
9. Briney to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 506 and 618, July 11, 1944
10. Briney to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 506 and 618, July 25, 1944
11. Briney to Emspak Regarding Sharon, PA, Westinghouse Organization with Voucher, September 21, 1944
12. Briney to Emspak Regarding Finances and Sharon Westinghouse Organization, October 16, 1944
13. Briney to Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization at Standard Sanitary and Hoover Electric, September 18, 1945
14. Sophie Bernace to David Ratner, August 31, 1951
15. Anna Cody to Matles, February 11, 1947
16. Cody to Matles, February 27, 1947
17. Rudy Draughn to UE Regarding Employment, February 4, 1942
18. John Easton Telegram to James Carey Regarding Dues, June 8, 1937
19. Thomas Flanagan to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 1, 1942
20. Flanagan to Emspak Regarding E. L. Wiegard Amalgamations, September 10, 1942
21. Fred Gardner to Matles Regarding Penn Union Electric Strike with July 12, 1946, Notification of Pending Disagreement, July 13, 1946
22. Gardner to Matles Regarding Penn Union Electric Contracts, July 23, 1946
23. Betty Gordon to Matles Regarding Taft-Hartley, December 2, 1947
24. Grace Greenleaf to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 15, 1948
Folder 26 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, July 23, 1941 - December 5, 1952
1. Hugh Harley to James Matles Regarding Union Switch and Signal Organization, December 20, 1946
2. Fred Haug to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Local 615, August 28, 1943
3. William Heiston to UE Regarding Grievances and Sunbury Westinghouse, May 15, 1944
4. Heiston to Edward Matthews Regarding Incentive Pay and Fairmont and Johnstown Westinghouse Service, June 21, 1944
5. Heiston to Matthews Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, Fairmont and Johnstown Westinghouse Service, War Labor Board and Sunbury Westinghouse, January, 1945
6. Heiston to Peter Abbondi Regarding Wages, Police and Baltimore Westinghouse, October 20, 1945
7. Heiston to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances with December 4, 1945, Florence Cook Letter to Heiston, December 6, 1945
8. Heiston to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 609, March 22, 1946
9. Heiston to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Dues, Unemployment and Locals 601 and 630 with November 25, 1946, John Mefcalfe Letter to Charles Berry; November 22, 1946, Berry Letter to Metcalfe; and November 18, 1946, Sunbury Daily Item Clipping, December 7, 1946
10. Martin Kurasch to David Schribner Regarding Staff Finances, November 29, 1948
11. Kurasch to Schribner Regarding Finances with Sales Agreement, February 14, 1949
12. Kurasch Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Local 638 Finances, February 24, 1949
13. Kurasch Telegram to Ratner Regarding Local 638 Finances, May 2, 1949
14. Kurasch to Ratner Regarding Finances, June 2, 1949
15. Kurasch Telegram to Ratner Regarding Finances, June 13, 1949
16. Kurasch Telegram to Ratner Regarding Finances, June 16, 1949
17. Joseph Kushner to UE Regarding Organization and Finances, August 5, 1937
18. Ann Larkin to Matles Regarding Supplies, July 23, 1941
19. Larkin to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, June 22, 1942
20. Evelyn Lester to Ratner Regarding Finances, October 31, 1951
21. Lester to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, Devember 5, 1952
22. Lillis Lovett to Emspak Regarding Beaver Westinghouse Strike, April 16, 1948
Folder 27 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, October 27, 1938 - March 24, 1954
1. Margaret McCartney to James Matles Regarding District Women's Council, March 24, 1954
2. Michael Mellish to Matles Regarding Metric Metal Works Contracts and War Mobilization, December 16, 1941
3. Mellish to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 23, 1941
4. Arnold Miller to Matles Regarding UE News, July 7, 1942
5. Miller to Matles Regarding Supplies, July 10, 1942
6. John Nelson to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 21, 1944
7. Nelson to Bill Cahn Regarding Finances, December 20, 1944
8. Nelson to Emspak Regarding Finances and Sharon Westinghouse Organization, March 16, 1945
9. Charles Newell to Matles Regarding Factionalism with February 10, 1942, Pittsburgh Press Clipping, February 11, 1942
10. Newell to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, July 8, 1942
11. Andrew Panezich to Emspak Regarding Reservations, October 27, 1938
12. Panezich to Emspak Regarding Publicity, March 21, 1939
13. Panezich to Emspak Regarding Publicity, April 17, 1939
14. Panezich to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 29, 1939
15. Esther Pelkowski to UE Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1944
16. Harry Phelps to David Schribner Regarding Staff Finances, August 16, 1946
17. Phelps to Emspak Regarding General Electric and Westinghouse Strikes, November 20, 1946
18. Phelps Telegram to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, March 7, 1948
19. Phelps Telegram to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, August 9, 1948
20. Joseph Plesinski to Emspak Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, December 12, 1949
21. Thomas Quinn to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 28, 1947
22. Quinn to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, April 15, 1947
23. Quinn to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, July 11, 1947
24. Quinn to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 619 Contracts and Johnstown Westinghouse Service, October 10, 1947
25. Quinn to Matthews Regarding Local 619 Contracts and Johnstown Westinghouse Service, October 22, 1947
26. Quinn to Peter Abbondi Regarding Sunbury, December 1, 1947
27. Quinn Telegram to Matles Regarding Taft-Hartley, December 13, 1947
28. Quinn to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 20, 1948
Folder 28 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, October 6, 1942 - March 16, 1945
1. Marie Reed to Julius Emspak Regarding CIO National Committee for American and Allied War Relief, October 6, 1942
2. Reed to James Matles Regarding Women Work to Win the War Conference, December 8, 1942
3. Reed Telegram to Matles Regarding Women's Conference, December 30, 1942
4. Reed to Matles Regarding Women's Conference, January 9, 1943
5. Reed to Matles Regarding Women's Conference with Memorandum and Production Panel Outline, January 21, 1943
6. Reed to Matles Regarding Women's Conference and Labor History, February 4, 1943
7. Reed to Matles Regarding Women Leaders Training School and Labor History, March 31, 1943
8. Reed to Matles Regarding Women Leaders Training School, April 21, 1943
9. Reed to Emspak Regarding Labor Education, June 14, 1943
10. Reed to Emspak Regarding Labor Education, June 29, 1943
11. Reed to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 22, 1943
12. Reed to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 27, 1943
13. Athene Ryan to Matles Regarding Sylvania Organization with September 8, 1942, Letter and War Bond Contest, September 18, 1942
14. Selma Santini to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances with July 15, 1949, Barish Letter to Charles Newell, July 19, 1949
15. Santini to UE Regarding Address Change, July 19, 1951
16. K. L. Shaw to Emspak Regarding Political Action, February 25, 1942
17. Shaw to Emspak Regarding Political Action with Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to Philip Murray, March 4, 1942
18. Shaw to Emspak Regarding GE Collective Bargaining, March 4, 1942
19. Shaw to Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Motors Collective Bargaining, March 4, 1942
20. Shaw to Emspak Regarding GE Service with UE-GE Service Shops, May 16, 1942
21. Irving Silverman Telegram to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 16, 1945
Folder 29 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, October 29, 1941 - January 5, 1951
1. Irving Silverman to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 17, 1945
2. Ted Smorodin to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, January 5, 1951
3. Rickie Staber to Fred Livingston Regarding Staff Finances, May 1, 1944
4. Margaret Stasik to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 7, 1947
5. Stasik to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 5, 1947
6. Stasik to Ratner Regarding Finances and Progressive Party, July 13, 1948
7. Stasik to Ratner Regarding Supplies, February 21, 1949
8. Stasik to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 16, 1949
9. Stasik to Selma Trauber Regarding Factionalism and Supplies, June 28, 1949
10. Stasik to Barish Regarding Finances, July 19, 1949
11. Stasik to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, July 21, 1949
12. Stasik to Edward Matthews Regarding Publicity, August 9, 1949
13. Stasik to Barish Regarding District Minutes, September 6, 1949
14. Stasik to Ratner Regarding Finances, November 25, 1949
15. Leo Turner to Emspak, October 21, 1943
16. Turner to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240, Local 502 and Airplane and Marine Instrument, November 4, 1943
17. Turner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 8, 1944
18. Patrick Welsh to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 24, 1941
19. Welsh to Matles Regarding Supplies, January 31, 1941
20. Welsh to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 7, 1941
21. Welsh to Matles Regarding Supplies, April 15, 1941
22. Welsh to Matles Regarding Sharon, PA, Westinghouse Organization and Finances, May 22, 1941
23. Welsh to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 5, 1941
24. Welsh to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 23, 1941
25. Welsh Telegram to Almond Clough Regarding Staff Finances, October 29, 1941
Folder 30 District 6 Outgoing Correspondence, July 7, 1943 - August 1952
1. Audry Zaun to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 7, 1943
2. District 6 Telegram to David Schribner Regarding Staff Finances, July 10, 1946
3. District 6 Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, March 14, 1947
4. District 6 Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, March 17, 1947
5. District 6 Telegram to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 21, 1948
6. A Union Sympathizer to UE Regarding Ohio-Apex Organization, May 9, 1941
7. Staff Members to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 1944
8. To UE Regarding Westinghouse Strike, December 1945
9. Thirty-Three Good Union Members to Fitzgerald Regarding GE Local 506 Collective Bargaining, Seniority, and Severence Pay, August 1952
Folder 31 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Incoming Correspondence, January 6, 1942 - April 13, 1943
1. Edwin Beal Regarding Stewards and Local 623, March 11, 1942
2. Beal Telegram Regarding Stewards and Local 623, March 13, 1942
3. Neil Brant Regarding Allis-Chalmers and War Labor Board with November 27, 1942, Brant Letter to Paul Christopher, December 2, 1942
4. Brant Regarding Dues Check-Off, Wages, Job Classification, Arbitrations and War Labor Board, April 13, 1943
5. Lyle Dowling Regarding Political Action, CIO, Labor's Non-Partisan League, January 5, 1942
6. Dowling Regarding Local Newspapers, January 6, 1942
7. Dowling Regarding Wages, February 5, 1942
8. Dowling Regarding Collective Bargaining, February 9, 1942
9. Dowling Regarding Political Action, April 2, 1942
10. Dowling Regarding Appointments, April 17, 1942
11. Dowling Regarding Political Action and Taxation, June 29, 1942
12. Dowling Regarding Political Action and War Production Councils,
13. Dowling Telegram Regarding Wages and World War II,
14. Dowling Telegram Regarding Taxation,
Folder 32 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Incoming Correspondence, January 5, 1941 - May 20, 1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Films and Local 620 Charleston Electric Contracts, January 5, 1941
2. Secretary to Emspak Regarding District Officers, June 26, 1941
3. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 503, June 26, 1941
4. Emspak Regarding Local 622 Stupakoff Ceramic and Manufacturing, July 17, 1941
5. Emspak Regarding Appreticeship, July 31, 1941
6. Emspak Regarding Fairmont Westinghouse with July 25, 1941, George Lindsay Letter to Emspak, July 31, 1941
7. Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 17, 1941
8. Emspak Regarding Local 620, October 1, 1941
9. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, December 5, 1941
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 23, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 626, January 27, 1942
12. Emspak Telegram Regarding Meetings, February 2, 1942
13. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 5, 1942
14. Emspak Telegram Regarding Meetings, February 10, 1942
15. Emspak Regarding Radio Broadcasts, February 12, 1942
16. Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers Strike, March 25, 1942
17. Emspak Regarding GE Contracts, April 24, 1942
18. Emspak Regarding Political Action and Brown-Wagner Joint Resolution, September 24, 1942
19. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Conference on Production, October 2, 1942
20. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, February 2, 1943
21. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, February 20, 1943
22. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, March 3, 1943
23. Emspak Regarding Addresses, March 22, 1943
24. Emspak Regarding Contracts, May 20, 1943
Folder 33 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Incoming Correspondence, June 23, 1943 - February 14, 1944
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Racism, June 23, 1943
2. Emspak Regarding Airplane and Marine Instruments Charter with January 16, 1943, Clair Kester Letter to UE; January 21, 1943, Letter to William Chambers; January 27, 1943, Letter to Kester; and June 17, 1943, Kester Letter to Emspak, July 9, 1943
3. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1943
4. Emspak Regarding Reservations, October 29, 1943
5. Emspak Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-Union Rivalry, Sylvania, American Sanitary, and Calorizing, November 29, 1943
6. Emspak Regarding Altoona Sylvania Organization, January 14, 1944
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 3, 1944
8. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, February 10, 1944
9. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 14, 1944
10. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances and Local 602, December 1, 1942
11. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Reservations, August 3, 1943
12. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 606 Constitutions, October 20, 1943
13. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding USWA, November 12, 1943
Folder 34 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Incoming Correspondence, June 11, 1941 - February 16, 1942
1. James Matles Regarding General Motors Contract, June 11, 1941
2. Matles Regarding Stupakoff Ceramic and Manufacturing, July 15, 1941
3. Matles Regarding Locals 619, 622, and 623 Contracts, July 16, 1941
4. Matles Regarding Local 619 Universal Electric and Manufacturing Contract, July 17, 1941
5. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 24, 1941
6. Matles Telegram Regarding Meetings, July 30, 1941
7. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Derry Westinghouse, July 30, 1941
8. Matles Regarding Local 623 Pennsylvania Transformer, September 15, 1941
9. Matles Regarding Finances, September 15, 1941
10. Matles Regarding Locals 622 and 623 Contracts, September 16, 1941
11. Matles Regarding Locals 619 and 624 Contracts, September 24, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Publicity, October 9, 1941
13. Secretary to Matles Regarding District 6 Officers, October 13, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Supplies, October 24, 1941
15. Matles Regarding War Labor Board and Fairmont Westinghouse, November 25, 1941
16. Matles Regarding Canton and Louisville Westinghouse and International Association of Machinists Inter-Union Rivalry, December 5, 1941
17. Matles Telegram Regarding National Labor Relations Board, December 10, 1941
18. Matles Telegram Regarding Fairmont and Canton Westinghouse, December 11, 1941
19. Secretary to Matles Regarding Pennsylvania Transformer, January 6, 1942
20. Matles Regarding Stackpole Carbon, January 14, 1942
21. Matles Regarding Finances, January 14, 1942
22. Matles Regarding Finances, January 21, 1942
23. Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers and War Labor Board, January 21, 1942
24. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, January 26, 1942
25. Secretary to Matles, February 10, 1942
26. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1942
Folder 35 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Incoming Correspondence, March 12, 1942 - December 8, 1943
1. James Matles Regarding Westinghouse, General Electric, and White Collar Workers, March 12, 1942
2. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, March 16, 1942
3. Matles Regarding Finances, March 18, 1942
4. Matles Regarding Finances, April 4, 1942
5. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, May 12, 1942
6. Matles Regarding Local 617, May 19, 1942
7. Matles Regarding Supplies, July 7, 1942
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 24, 1942
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 9, 1942
10. Matles Regarding Supplies, July 9, 1942
11. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, Regarding Supplies, July 17, 1942
12. Matles Regarding Overtime, October 21, 1942
13. Matles Telegram Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, November 30, 1942
14. Matles Regarding War Labor Board, December 9, 1942
15. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, January 19, 1943
16. Matles Regarding Supplies and Conscription, January 19, 1943
17. Matles Regarding Manpower and USWA Inter-Union Rivalry, March 19, 1943
18. Ernest Stewart Regarding Overtime and Executive Order 9240, January 1943
19. A. N. Towsen Regarding Decca Distributing Contracts, December 8, 1943
Folder 36 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, May 21 - August 28, 1941
1. Chambers to James Matles Regarding Erie Organization with List of Unorganized Shops in UE Jurisdiction, May 21, 1941
2. Chambers to Matles Regarding Local 615 Collective Bargaining, May 23, 1941
3. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Women's Wage Conference, June 6, 1941
4. Chambers to Matles Regarding General Motor Contracts, June 6, 1941
5. Chambers to Matles Regarding Finances and Local 503, June 21, 1941
6. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Dies Committee, June 20, 1941
7. Chambers to Emspak Regarding District Officers, June 21, 1941
8. Chambers to Matles Regarding Stupakoff Ceramic and Manufacturing, July 14, 1941
9. Chambers to Matles Regarding Locals 619, 622, and 623 Contracts, July 15, 1941
10. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Anti-Communism, July 15, 1941
11. Chambers to Matles Regarding Local 619 Universal Electric and Manufacturing, July 16, 1941
12. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Political Action with Letter to Lyle Dowling, June 16, 1941
13. Chambers to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 22, 1941
14. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Apprenticeship, July 23, 1941
15. Chambers to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 26, 1941
16. Chambers to Emspak Reganrding Fairmont Westinghouse, August 5, 1941
17. Chambers to Matles Regarding Derry Westinghouse and White Collar Workers, August 5, 1941
18. Chambers Telegram to Matles Regarding Pennsylvania Transformer Contracts, August 26, 1941
19. Chambers Telegram to Matles Regarding NLRB Elections, Derry Westinghouse, and White Collar Workers, August 26, 1941
20. Chambers to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Locals 615 and 623 with July 25, 1941, James Carey Letter to Robert Beiswenger and Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to Carey, August 26, 1941
Folder 37 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, September 9 - October 24, 1941
1. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 623 Pennsylvania Transformer Contract, September 9, 1941
2. Chambers to James Matles Regarding Local 622 Stupakoff Contract, September 12, 1941
3. Chambers to Emspak Regarding 1941 Officers Report, September 16, 1941
4. Chambers to Matles Regarding Locals 502 and 625 Contracts, September 18, 1941
5. Chambers to Matles Regarding Finances, September 20, 1941
6. Chambers to Matles Regarding Local 619 Contract, September 22, 1941
7-8. Chambers to Emspak Regarding National Defense Rally, September 25, 1941
9. Chambers to Matles Regarding Fairmont and Johnstown Westinghouse Contracts, September 26, 1941
10. Chambers to Emspak Regarding National Defense Rally, September 30, 1941
11. Chambers to Emspak Regarding National Defense Rally, September 31, 1941
12. Chambers to Matles Regarding St. Mary's Organization, October 1, 1941
13. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Local 625 Railway and Industrial Engineering Contract, October 2, 1941
14. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Military with October 1, 1941, Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to Congressmen, October 2, 1941
15. Chambers Telegram to Matles Regarding Pennsylvania Electric Coil, October 3, 1941
16. Chambers to Emspak Regarding National Defense Rally, October 6, 1941
17. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Local 625 Railway Industrial and Engineering, October 7, 1941
18. Chambers to Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers, October 9, 1941
19. Chambers to Matles Regarding Publicity and St. Mary's Organization, October 7, 1941
20. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies, October 20, 1941
21. Chambers Telegram to Tom Wright Regarding Hollywood, October 21, 1941
22. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1941
23. Chambers to Matles Regarding UE News, October 24, 1941
Folder 38 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, November 11, 1941 - January 7, 1942
1. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 11, 1941
2. Chambers to James Matles Regarding Bridgeville GE Organization, November 14, 1941
3. Chambers to Matles Regarding Pennsylvania Electric Coil Contracts, November 20, 1941
4. Chambers to Matles Regarding NLRB and Fairmont, Louisville and Canton Westinghouse, November 21, 1941
5. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Women, November 24, 1941
6. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies, November 25, 1941
7. Chambers to Matles Regarding Fairmont Westinghouse, November 28, 1941
8. Chambers to Matles Regarding Fairmont Westinghouse Organization, December 4, 1941
9. Chambers to Matles Regarding Imperial Lighting, December 12, 1941
10. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Local 622 Stupakoff Contract, December 12, 1941
11. Chambers to Matles Regarding World War II with December 10, 1941, Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to All Presidents and Fitzpatrick Telegram to Franklin Roosevelt, December 15, 1941
12. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Films and Local 620 Charleston Electric, December 26, 1941
13. Chambers to Matles Regarding Collective Bargaining, December 30, 1941
14. Chambers Telegram to Matles, December 30, 1941
15. Chambers to Matles Regarding Unemployment Compensation and Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Strike, January 2, 1942
16. Chambers to Lyle Dowling Regarding Political Action, January 2, 1942
17. Chambers to Matles Regarding Pennsylvania Transformer Collective Bargaining, January 5, 1942
18. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Political Action with December 15, 1941, Dowling Letter to Charles Newell and Chambers Letters to Fred Haug, Larry Ryan, and Hugh Harley, January 7, 1942
19. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Films, January 7, 1942
20. Chambers to Dowling Regarding Political Action with December 15, 1941 Chambers Letter to Newell and Letters to Ryan and Harley, January 7, 1942
21. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Local 620 Charles Electric Contracts, January 7, 1942
Folder 39 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, January 8 - February 13, 1942
1. Chambers to Lyle Dowling Regarding Political Action, January 8, 1942
2. Chambers to James Matles Regarding Political Action, January 21, 1942
3. Chambers to Matles Regarding Fairmont Westinghouse Organization and NLRB with Chambers Letter to Thomas Flanagan, January 21, 1942
4. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 22, 1942
5. Chambers to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, January 22, 1942
6. Chambers to Matles Regarding Local 506 with James Kennedy Letter to Michael Fitzpatrick, January 22, 1942
7. Chambers to Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers, War Labor Board, Local 612 and Job Classification, January 26, 1942
8. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 27, 1942
9. Chambers Telegram to Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers Conference, January 30, 1942
10. Chambers to Dowling Regarding Collective Bargaining and Wages, February 2, 1942
11. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1942
12. Chambers to Matles Regarding Penn Transformer, February 3, 1942
13. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, February 4, 1942
14. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 4, 1942
15. Chambers to Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers Conference, February 4, 1942
16. Chambers to Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers Conference, February 9, 1942
17. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Taxation with January 30, 1942, Chambers Letter to All Officers and Stewards and Internal Revenue Service Form 1040, February 9, 1942
18. Chambers to Matles, February 9, 1942
19. Chambers Telegram to Emspak Regarding Radio Broadcasts, February 10, 1942
20. Chambers Telegram to Emspak Regarding Radio Broadcasts, February 12, 1942
21. Chambers to Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers and War Labor Boards, February 12, 1942
22. Chambers to Dowling Regarding Collective Bargaining, February 13, 1942
Folder 40 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, February 24 - May 5, 1942
1. Chambers to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 623, February 24, 1942
2. Chambers to Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers and War Labor Board, February 25, 1942
3. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, February 25, 1942
4. Chambers to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Local 618, February 25, 1942
5. Chambers to Lyle Dowling Regarding Political Action, February 27, 1942
6. Chambers to Matles Regarding Emporium Organization, March 4, 1942
7. Chambers to Matles Regarding General Engineering and Model Works Contracts, March 5, 1946
8. Chambers to Dowling Regarding Productivity, March 11, 1942
9. Chambers Telegram to Edwin Beal Regarding Penn Transformer, March 13, 1942
10. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, March 18, 1942
11. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Overtime, March 31, 1942
12. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Political Action, April 10, 1942
13. Chambers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding AFL-CIO Rally, April 11, 1942
14. Chambers to Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers and NLRB, April 11, 1942
15. Chambers to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 14, 1942
16. Chambers to Matles Regarding Political Action and Smaller War Plants Bill, April 15, 1942
17. Chambers to Neil Brant Regarding Allis-Chalmers Collective Bargaining, War Labor Board, and UAW and Farm Equipment Workers Inter-Union Relations, April 15, 1942
18. Chambers to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, April 15, 1942
19. Chambers to Dowling Regarding Political Action and Taxation, April 16, 1942
20. Chambers to Emspak Regarding GE Contracts, April 21, 1942
21. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, April 27, 1942
22. Chambers to Fitzgerald Regarding Radio Broadcasts and World War II, April 29, 1942
23. Chambers to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 4, 1942
24. Chambers to Matles Regarding Local 617 and Company Unions, May 4, 1942
25. Chambers Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Radio Braodcasts, May 5, 1942
Folder 41 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, May 26 - November 5, 1942
1. Chambers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding International Labor with May 26, 1942, Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to Pillip Murray and May 24, 1942, Resolution on International Labor Cooperation, May 26, 1942
2. Chambers to James Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers and Staff Members, June 19, 1942
3. Chambers Telegram to Matles Regarding Railway and Industrial Engineering, June 24, 1942
4. Chambers to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 26, 1942
5. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies, July 6, 1942
6. Chambers to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Sunbury Westinghouse, July 6, 1942
7. Chambers to Lester Thomas Regarding Pennsylvania CIO with List of Locals in District 6 Not Affiliated to State CIO, July 6, 1942
8. Chambers to Lyle Dowling Regarding Joint Labor Conference, July 8, 1942
9. Chambers to Matles Regarding Detroit Ford UAW, July 9, 1942
10. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies, July 9, 1942
11. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Change of Address, August 14, 1942
12. Chambers to Matles Regarding General Motors and Overtime, September 16, 1942
13. Chambers to Emspak Regarding 1942 Officer's Report, September 17, 1942
14. Chambers Telegram to Thomas Wright Regarding UE News, September 28, 1942
15. Chambers to Matles Regarding Conscription, September 29, 1942
16. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Production Conference, October 1, 1942
17. Chambers to Matles Regarding Conscription, October 5, 1942
18. Chambers to Matles Regarding Overtime and Allis-Chalmers, October 14, 1942
19. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Production Conference, October 15, 1942
20. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Production for Victory Conference, October 15, 1942
21. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Overtime, October 19, 1942
22. Chambers to Matles Regarding Overtime, November 5, 1942
Folder 42 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, November 10, 1942 - March 31, 1943
1. Chambers to James Matles Regarding GE and Westinghouse Contracts, November 10, 1942
2. Chambers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Allis-Chalmers, War Labor Board and Grievances, November 16, 1942
3. Chambers to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 602 and Finances, November 25, 1942
4. Chambers to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, December 4, 1942
5. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies with District 6 Executive Board, January 5, 1943
6. Chambers to Matles Regarding Conscription, January 11, 1943
7. Chambers to Matles Regarding Arbitration, January 12, 1943
8. Chambers to Ernest Stewart Regarding Overtime, January 12, 1943
9. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies, January 27, 1943
10. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Racism with Pittsbugh Courier Clipping, January 30, 1943
11. Chambers to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action with List of Locals, February 11, 1943
12. Chambers to Tom Wright Regarding Mailing List, February 12, 1943
13. Chambers to Matles Regarding Conscription, February 12, 1943
14. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, March 1, 1943
15. Chambers to Matles Regarding Manpower Commission, March 5, 1943
16. Chambers to Matles Regarding Supplies, March 12, 1943
17. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Address List, March 19, 1943
18. Chambers to Matles Regarding Manpower Commission and USWA, March 23, 1943
19. Chambers to Nixon Regarding Office of Price Administration, March 25, 1943
20. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Secretary of Labor and Overtime with Resolution, March 31, 1943
Folder 43 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, April 5 - December 3, 1943
1. Chambers Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Reservations, April 5, 1943
2. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Research, May 3, 1943
3. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Anti-Semitism, June 17, 1943
4. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Racism, June 28, 1943
5. Chambers to Tom Wright Regarding UE News with Esther Memo to Alice, July 21, 1943
6. Chambers to C. L. Menser Regarding Radio Broadcasts, July 29, 1943
7. Chambers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 620 Constitution, August 17, 1943
8. Chambers to Russ Nixon Regarding Foreign Policy with July 26, 1943, Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to Hugh Fullerton, August 25, 1943
9. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 30, 1943
10. Chambers to Thomas Flanagan Regarding Sharon Organization, October 1, 1943
11. Chambers to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 606 Constitution, October 8, 1943
12. Chambers to Wright Regarding UE News, October 12, 1943
13. Chambers to Richard Linsley Regarding Mill Hall Sylvania Organization, October 13, 1943
14. Chambers to Willard Bliss Regarding Wellsboro Corning Organization, October 19, 1943
15. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Reservations, October 26, 1943
16. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Reservations, October 27, 1943
17. Chambers to Emspak Regarding USWA Inter-Union Rivalry, November 23, 1943
18. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Decca Contracts, November 30, 1943
19. Chambers to Emspak Regarding UE News, December 3, 1943
Folder 44 District 6 Executive Secretary William Chambers Outgoing Correspondence, January 4 - February 8, 1944
1. Chambers to Julius Emspak Regarding Erie GE Organization, White Collar Workers, and Conscription, January 4, 1944
2. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Sharon Westinghouse Organization, January 4, 1944
3. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Altoona Sylvania Organization and USWA, January 4, 1944
4. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 6, 1944
5. Chambers to Tom Wright Regarding UE News, January 10, 1944
6. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Staff Members with Applications, January 20, 1944
7. Chambers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding CIO-PAC, January 21, 1944
8. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 25, 1944
9. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 1, 1944
10. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Charters, February 7, 1944
11. Chambers to Fitzgerald Regarding NLRB Elections, American Radiator and Standard Sanitary, and USWA, February 8, 1944
12. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Production Conference,
Folder 45 District 6 Vice President Logan Burkhart Incoming Correspondence, August 4, 1936 - March 12, 1940
1. James Carey Telegram Regarding Appointment, July 29, 1936
2. Carey Regarding District 1, August 20, 1936
3. Letter from Carey, March 7, 1937
4. Carey Telegram Regarding Strikes, March 12, 1937
5. Carey Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization and Westinghouse Conference, March 22, 1937
6. Carey Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, Long Island, District Council and Staff Members, March 23, 1937
7. Carey Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Organization and Strikes, April 1, 1937
8. Carey Regarding Westinghouse Conference, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-Union Rivalry, April 6, 1937
9. Carey Regarding Radio Service Organization and UE Constitutions, April 27, 1937
10. Carey Regarding People's Congress for Peace and Democracy, November 17, 1937
11. Carey Regarding District Council Meeting, January 18, 1938
12. Carey Regarding Labor History, March 12, 1940
13. Julius Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers, April 25, 1936
14. Emspak Regarding Appointments, May 11, 1936
15. Emspak Regarding Finances and Grievances, May 19, 1936
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Joint Conference Committee, May 27, 1936
17. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 301 Schenectady GE Strike, June 16, 1936
18. Emspak Regarding Pittsburgh Meter Strike and Local 103 Camden Strike, June 26, 1936
19. Emspak Regarding Mechanics Education Society of America, August 4, 1936
20. Emspak Regarding Mansfield Westinghouse Organization, August 24, 1936
21. Emspak Telegram, September 12, 1936
22. Emspak Regarding Finances and Supplies, October 10, 1936
23. Emspak Regarding Finances and Supplies, September 29, 1936
24. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 4, 1936
Folder 46 District 6 Vice President Logan Burkhart Incoming Correspondence, February 9, 1937 - September 22, 1938
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Mansfield Westinghouse Organization, February 9, 1937
2. Emspak Regarding Mansfield Westinghouse Organization, February 20, 1937
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 8, 1937
4. Emspak Regarding Porcelier Contracts, Closed Shops, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, District Council, and West Penn Power Collective Bargaining, March 10, 1937
5. Emspak Regarding McKeesport Duquesne Light Organization, Wages, and West Penn Power, April 8, 1937
6. Emspak Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, June 1, 1937
7. Emspak Regarding UE and Metal Workers Mergers, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, National Electrical Products Strike, IBEW Inter-Union Rivalry, and Southwest Organization, June 22, 1937
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and National Electrical Products Strike, July 1, 1937
9. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 1, 1937
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, July 29, 1937
11. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 3, 1937
12. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Mike Quill, January 21, 1938
13. Emspak Telegram, May 6, 1938
14. Emspak Regarding 1938 UE Convention, August 27, 1938
15. Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 13, 1938
16. James Matles Regarding Local 502, October 9, 1937
17. Matles Regarding Local 1412 and Derry Westinghouse Organization, October 21, 1937
18. Matles Regarding Finances, December 15, 1937
19. Matles Regarding Supplies, April 22, 1938
20. Matles Regarding Factionalism, Local 613 and Staff Members, September 16, 1938
21. Matles Regarding Charter, September 22, 1938
Folder 47 District 6 Vice President Logan Burkhart Outgoing Correspondence, May 18, 1936 - March 27, 1937
1. Burkhart to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, Membership and Grievances, May 18, 1936
2. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Finances and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, May 27, 1936
3. Burkhart Telegram to Emspak Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, May 29, 1936
4. Burkhart Telegram to Emspak Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, May 30, 1936
5. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization and Vacations, May 30, 1936
6. Burkhart Telegram to James Carey Regarding New Kensington West Penn Power Organization, September 12, 1936
7. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Finances, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization and White Collar Workers, 1936
8. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Mansfield Westinghouse Organization, February 7, 1937
9. Burkhart Telegram to Carey Regarding Collective Bargaining, March 1, 1937
10. Burkhart to E. C. Stone Regarding Local 604 Colfax Philco Collective Bargaining, March 4, 1937
11. Burkhart to Carey Regarding Local 604 West Penn Power and Philco Collective Bargaining and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, March 4, 1937
12. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Local 606 Porcelier Contracts, West Penn Power and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, District 6 Organization and District Council, March 7, 1937
13. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding West Penn Power Collective Bargaining, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization and Wages, March 8, 1937
14. Burkhart Telegram to Emspak Regarding West Penn Power Collective Bargaining and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, March 9, 1937
15. Burkhart to Carey Regarding White Collar Workers, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, Porcelier Collective Bargaining, and New Kensington GE Strike, March 17, 1937
16. Burkhart to Carey Regarding Porcelier Strike; West Penn Power and Duquesne Light Collective Bargaining; Finances; Wilmerding G.C. Murphy Strike; East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Collective Bargaining; and Organization, March 20, 1937
17. Burkhart to Carey Regarding Staff Members, Sharon Westinghouse Organization and Local 604 West Penn Power Collective Bargaining, March 27, 1937
Folder 48 District 6 Vice President Logan Burkhart Outgoing Correspondence, April 2, 1937 - August 23, 1938
1. Burkhart to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, Local 604 West Penn Power Collective Bargaining and Utilities Organization, April 2, 1937
2. Burkhart to James Carey Regarding Radio Service Organization and UE Constitutions, April 4, 1937
3. Burkhart to Carey Regarding District Council, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, West Penn Power Contracts, Local 604 and Duquesne Light Organization, April 13, 1937
4. Burkhart to Carey Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, April 24, 1937
5. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Southwest Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-Union Rivalry, May 11, 1937
6. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding IBEW Inter-Union Rivalry, May 12, 1937
7. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding IBEW Inter-Union Rivalry, June 14, 1937
8. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, June 20, 1937
9. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, July 2, 1937
10. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Utility Workers Organization, July 22, 1937
11. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Convention, Porcelier Strike and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, August 10, 1937
12. Burkhart to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Hours, October 4, 1937
13. Burkhart to Carey Regarding People's Congress for Democracy and Peace and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, November 19, 1937
14. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Finances and East Pittsburgh and Sharon Westinghouse Organization, November 20, 1937
15. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, District 6 Convention and Unemployment, January 15, 1938
16. Burkhart to Carey Regarding District 6 Convention, Unemployment and Education, January 16, 1938
17. Burkhart to Carey Regarding Staff Members and District 6 Convention, February 8, 1938
18. Burkhart Telegram to Emspak, May 6, 1938
19. Burkhart to Carey Regarding Local 602, IBEW Inter-Union Rivalry and Factionalism, May 17, 1938
20. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Reservations, June 6, 1938
21. Burkhart Telegram to Emspak, June 13, 1938
22. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding 1938 UE Convention, August 23, 1938
Folder 49 District 6 Vice President Logan Burkhart Outgoing Correspondence, September 3 - October 21, 1938
1. Burkhart to James Emspak Regarding Philco Boycott, September 3, 1938
2. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding 1938 UE Convention, October 9, 1938
3. Burkhart Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald, October 21, 1938
Folder 50 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, November 25, 1940 - April 9, 1945
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 8, 1944
2. Barish Regarding Staff Finances with Statement, September 18, 1944
3. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 18, 1944
4. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 9, 1945
5. James Carey Regarding Factionalism, November 25, 1940
6. Carey Regarding Labor's Non-Partisan League, November 28, 1940
7. Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 5, 1940
8. Carey Regarding Factionalism, March 13, 1941
9. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram, October 21, 1941
10. Fitzgerald Regarding AFL-CIO Victory Rally with March 30, 1942, James Carey Letter to UE, April 4, 1942
11. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 27, 1940
12. Emspak Telegram Regarding Meeting, January 10, 1941
13. Emspak Regarding Local 621, March 20, 1941
14. Emspak Regarding Local 615 and Factionalism, April 2, 1941
15. Emspak Regarding Local 615, April 18, 1941
16. Emspak Regarding Address, April 29, 1941
17. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Overtime and Productivity, March 27, 1942
18. Emspak Regarding Pennsylvania CIO with June 10, 1942, Lester Thomas Letter to Emspak, June 25, 1942
19. Emspak Regarding Congress of American-Soviet Friendship, October 19, 1942
20. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, December 4, 1942
Folder 51 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, October 1, 1941 - October 24, 1945
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 23, 1943
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 9, 1943
3. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 23, 1943
4. Emspak Regarding Local 602, June 8, 1943
5. Emspak Regarding Windsor Electric, July 15, 1943
6. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 27, 1943
7. Emspak Regarding Local 615 and Finances, October 6, 1943
8. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 24, 1943
9. Emspak Regarding Equitable Meter Collective Bargaining, December 6, 1943
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 14, 1943
11. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 22, 1943
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 21, 1944
13. Emspak Regarding Local 615 and Staff Members, December 22, 1944
14. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1945
15. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 10, 1945
16. Emspak Regarding Reconversion, Political Action, Organization and Factionalism, May 9, 1945
17. Emspak Regarding West Virginia CIO with October 22, 1945, John Easton Letter to UE, October 24, 1945
18. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 615 and Factionalism with Fitzgerald Letter to William Tunny, July 15, 1943
19. Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 615, March 22, 1944
20. Fitzgerald Regarding Reservation, April 3, 1945
21. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Appointments, September 10, 1945
22. Tom Flanagan Regarding Staff Finances, October 1, 1941
Folder 52 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, January 29 - October 31, 1941
1. James Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Westinghouse Airbrake, January 29, 1941
2. Matles Regarding Local 613, February 6, 1941
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 28, 1941
4. Secretary to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 28, 1941
5. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 3, 1941
6. Secretary to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 15, 1941
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 18, 1941
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 13, 1941
9. Agnes Quinn, Secretary to Matles, Regarding Local 615, May 15, 1941
10. Matles Regarding UE News, June 2, 1941
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 23, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Supplies, July 23, 1941
13. Matles Regarding Sharon Westinghouse Organization, July 24, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members with August 11, 1941, Eugene Kraus Letter to Matles, August 14, 1941
15. Matles Regarding St. Mary's Organization, September 18, 1941
16. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, September 22, 1941
17. Matles Regarding Staff Members and St. Mary's Organization, September 23, 1941
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members and St. Mary's Organization, October 1, 1941
19. Matles Letter, October 1, 1941
20. Matles Regarding Pittsburgh Organization and White Collar Workers, October 7, 1941
21. Matles Regarding Fairmont Westinghouse Organization, October 8, 1941
22. Matles Regarding Supplies, October 17, 1941
23. Secretary to Matles Letter, October 21, 1941
24. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 22, 1941
25. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, October 29, 1941
26. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 31, 1941
Folder 54 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Outgoing Correspondence, October 29, 1940 - October 28, 1941
1. Fitzpatrick to James Carey Regarding Labor's Non-Partisan League and Factionalism, October 29, 1940
2. Fitzpatrick to Carey Regarding Supplies with October 31, 1940, Spencer Thomas Letter to Fitzpatrick, November 1, 1940
3. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Carey Regarding Local 610 Meeting, November 13, 1940
4. Fitzpatrick Telegram to James Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference and Wages, November 24, 1940
5. Fitzpatrick to Carey Regarding Labor's Non-Partisan League and Factionalism, November 26, 1940
6. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Carey Regarding District 6 Executive Board Meeting, January 7, 1941
7. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding District 6 Executive Board Meeting, January 7, 1941
8. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 4, 1941
9. Fitzpatrick to Carey Regarding Factionalism and Local 615, March 5, 1941
10. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 26, 1941
11. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 11, 1941
12. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 15, 1941
13. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Ernie and St. Mary's Organization, May 6, 1941
14. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Address, May 3, 1941
15. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 23, 1941
16. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 1941
17. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Finances, July 22, 1941
18. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Meeting, September 10, 1941
19. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 15, 1941
20. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, September 19, 1941
21. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 29, 1941
22. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 9, 1941
23. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 20, 1941
24. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Emspak Regarding Officers, October 20, 1941
25. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, October 21, 1941
26. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 28, 1941
Folder 53 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, November 12, 1941 - February 8, 1944
1. James Matles Regarding Bridgeville General Electric, November 12, 1941
2. Matles Regarding Organization, December 12, 1941
3. Matles Regarding Supplies, January 2, 1942
4. Matles Regarding Finances, January 27, 1942
5. Matles Regarding Finances, February 4, 1942
6. Matles Regarding Mesta Machine and United Steelworkers of America, February 12, 1942
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 18, 1942
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 5, 1942
9. Matles Regarding Supplies, March 13, 1942
10. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 14, 1942
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 13, 1942
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 12, 1942
13. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, Regarding Staff Members, May 14, 1942
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 11, 1942
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 29, 1942
16. Matles Regarding Finances and Staff Members, September 22, 1942
17. Matles Regarding Meetings and Staff Members, June 18, 1943
18. Matles Regarding Finances, June 21, 1943
19. Matles Telegram Regarding Meeting, July 8, 1943
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 28, 1943
21. Matles Telegram Regarding Reservations, July 8, 1943
22. Matles Regarding Organization, August 3, 1943
23. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 11, 1943
24. Matles Telegram, Undated
25. Matles Regarding Finances, Undated
26. Edward Matthews Letter, August 17, 1943
27. Allan McNeil Regarding Staff Members, February 8, 1944
28. William Sentner Letter with Letter to William Chambers Regarding Staff Members, October 5, 1943
Folder 55 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Outgoing Correspondence, October 28, 1941 - August 7, 1942
1. Fitzpatrick to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 28, 1941
2. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 30, 1941
3. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 25, 1941
4. Fitzpatrick to Philip Murray Regarding CIO and AFL, January 22, 1942
5. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Finances, January 23, 1942
6. Fitzpatrick to Sidney Hillman Regarding War Production Conference, January 23, 1942
7. Fitzpatrick to Edmund C. Stone Regarding Pittsburgh Defense Council Organization, January 28, 1942
8. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Finances, January 30, 1942
9. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 623, February 30, 1942
10. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 623, March 2, 1942
11. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 4, 1942
12. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Sharon Organization, New Castle and Meadville, March 4, 1942
13. Fitzpatrick to Donald Nelson Regarding War Production, March 12, 1942
14. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Finances, March 19, 1942
15. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 10, 1942
16. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 28, 1942
17. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 12, 1942
18. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 27, 1942
19. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 17, 1942
20. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Resolution, July 3, 1942
21. Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Resolution, July 3, 1942
22. Fitzpatrick to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Resolution, July 3, 1942
23. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Sunbury Westinghouse and Jurisdiction, July 6, 1942
24. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Attached Mailing List, July 28, 1942
25. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Proposed Joint Labor Conference, August 7, 1942
Folder 56 District 6 Vice President Michael Fitzpatrick Outgoing Correspondence, August 14, 1942 - June 9, 1945
1. Fitzpatrick to James Matles Regarding Local 601 with "Lets Look at the Record" Leaflet, August 14, 1942
2. Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, December 2, 1942
3. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Minutes, December 31, 1942
4. Fitzpatrick to L. B. F. Raycroft Regarding War Manpower Commission, January 7, 1943
5. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 1, 1943
6. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 19, 1943
7. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Local 602, May 28, 1943
8. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Finances, June 2, 1943
9. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 15, 1943
10. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Meeting, June 15, 1943
11. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Hamilton Westinghouse, July 6, 1943
12. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Reservations, July 10, 1943
13. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Hamilton Westinghouse Organization, July 21, 1943
14. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Westmoreland County Sylvania Electric Products Organization, and Locals 622, 610, and 502, September 3, 1943
15. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 615, September 14, 1943
16. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 615, October 11, 1943
17. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 10, 1943
18. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Local 615 and Equitable Meter Company Negotiations in Pittsburgh, November 30, 1943
19. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 6, 1944
20. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 615, January 19, 1944
21. Fitzpatrick to Philip Murray Regarding Resolution and President Roosevelt Message, January 25, 1944
22. Fitzpatrick to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, April 11, 1945
23. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 11, 1945
24. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 21, 1945
25. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, June 9, 1945
26. Fitzpatrick to Heck Confer Regarding Contract with C. G. Memo to Ben; January 12, 1950, Fitzpatrick Letter to UE Members Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry; and January 12, 1950, Carey Telegram Regarnding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, December 30, 1949
Folder 57 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, November 2, 1945 - July 3, 1947
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 2, 1945
2. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 15, 1945
3. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 11, 1946
4. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 4, 1946
5. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 18, 1946
6. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 14, 1946
7. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 22, 1946
8. Barish Regarding Political Action Committee, August 4, 1947
9. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 10, 1947
10. Barish Telegram Regarding Reservations, January 17, 1950
11. William Cahn Regarding Summer School, April 29, 1947
12. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, June 13, 1947
13. Cahn Regarding PAC, July 3, 1947
14. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 18, 1945
Folder 58 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, February 6, 1946 - June 18, 1947
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment Compensation and General Electric and Westinghouse Strikes, February 6, 1946
2. Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Strikes, March 27, 1946
3. Emspak Telegram Regarding Reservations, April 3, 1946
4. Emspak Regarding General Electric and Westinghouse Strikes and National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, April 4, 1946
5. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 3, 1946
6. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Emspak, Telegram Regarding Reservation with Letter to Mr. Crawford, June 10, 1946
7. Klausner, Secretary to Emspak, Telegram Regarding Reservations, June 17, 1946
8. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 25, 1946
9. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 26, 1946
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 21, 1946
11. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 18, 1946
12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 629 and 637, December 4, 1946
13. Emspak Regarding Local 630, January 8, 1947
14. Emspak Regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations' National Negro Congress, January 27, 1947
15. Emspak Regarding Finances and Per Capita Dues, January 28, 1947
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Per Capita Dues, March 12, 1947
17. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local Constitutions, March 12, 1947
18. Emspak Telegram Regarding Finances, March 31, 1947
19. Emspak Regarding District Summer School, April 30, 1947
20. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1947
21. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1947
22. Emspak Regarding Finances, Radio Broadcasts and Local 633, May 26, 1947
23. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 605, June 12, 1947
24. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Statement, June 18, 1947
Folder 59 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, October 30, 1945 - March 3, 1947
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Dismissals with July 1947 Charles Daugherty Letter and Emspak's Response, July 17, 1947
2. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local Constitutions, November 20, 1947
3. Emspak Regarding Area Meetings, December 15, 1947
4. Emspak Regarding Locals 602 and 638 Mailing Lists, January 14, 1948
5. Secretary to Albert Fitzgerald Letter, December 31, 1946
6. Fitzgerald Regarding District Constitutions, May 6, 1947
7. Fitzgerald Regarding District Summer School, May 7, 1947
8. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601, August 26, 1947
9. James Matles Telegram Regarding Staff Members, October 30, 1945
10. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 23, 1945
11. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board and 1946 UE Convention, January 3, 1946
12. Matles Letter, January 5, 1946
13. Selma Kaslick, Secretary to Matles, Regarding Reservations, February 16, 1946
14. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 1, 1946
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 5, 1946
16. Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Local 633, November 6, 1946
17. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 10, 1946
18. Matles Regarding Local 601, December 12, 1946
19. Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, January 16, 1947
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 3, 1947
21. Matles Regarding Organizers Reports with Matles Letters to Charles Newell and All Field Organizers, March 6, 1947
Folder 60 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Incoming Correspondence, 1947-1951
1. James Matles Regarding District Summer School, May 20, 1947
2. Selma Trauber, Secretary to Matles, Letter, June 9, 1947
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 12, 1947
4. Matles Regarding Local 602 and Factionalism, November 10, 1947
5. Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, October 18, 1951
6. Matles Telegram Regarding Finances, undated
7. David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 24, 1945
8. Bookkeeping Memo Regarding Staff Finances with October 24, 1946, District 6 Memo to James Kennedy, October 21, 1946
Folder 61 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Outgoing Correspondence, October 11, 1945 - December 6, 1946
1. Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Memo, October 11, 1945
2. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 15, 1945
3. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Local 615 and Finances, October 24, 1945
4. Fitzpatrick to Frederick Livingston Regarding Staff Finances, November 5, 1945
5. Fitzpatrick to Nat Geller Regarding Staff Finances, November 14, 1945
6. Fitzpatrick to David Schribner Regarding Staff Finances, December 3, 1945
7. Fitzpatrick to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 21, 1945
8. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Local 601 and Westinghouse Conference, December 21, 1945
9. Fitzpatrick to Walter Mugford, et al., Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Strikes, December 26, 1945
10. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, February 14, 1946
11. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Meeting, February 16, 1946
12. Fitzpatrick to Matles's Secretary Regarding Reservation, June 4, 1946
13. Fitzpatrick Memo Regarding Reservation, June 14, 1946
14. Fitzpatrick to Michael Kazell Regarding Local 623 Strike, August 6, 1946
15. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 16, 1946
16. Fitzpatrick to Harry Boyer Regarding the CIO Pennsylvania State Industrial Union Council with Memo to Emspak, August 27, 1946
17. Fitzpatrick to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 9, 1946
18. Fitzpatrick to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 9, 1946
19. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Finances, and Local 603, October 16, 1946
20. Fitzpatrick to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 4, 1946
21. Fitzpatrick to Barish Regarding Staff Finances and Local 615, November 5, 1946
22. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 20, 1946
23. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 6, 1946
Folder 62 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Outgoing Correspondence, January 13 - September 30, 1947
1. Fitzpatrick to James Matles Regarding Meeting and Wages, January 13, 1947
2. Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding the CIO National Negro Congress with Harry Boyer Letter to Pennsylvania CIO Affiliates, January 16, 1947
3. Fitzpatrick to Emspak with Letter to President Harry Truman Regarding Foreign Policy and Anti-Communism, March 14, 1947
4. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 31, 1947
5. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Unemployed Committee, April 14, 1947
6. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding District 6 Summer School, April 23, 1947
7. Fitzpatrick to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District 6 Summer School, April 23, 1947
8. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding District 6 Summer School, April 23, 1947
9. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding District 6 Summer School, May 9, 1947
10. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, May 16, 1947
11. Fitzpatrick Letter to Emspak with May 21, 1947, Grace Fowler Letter to Fitzpatrick Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Finances, May 22, 1947
12. Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 26, 1947
13. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, June 9, 1947
14. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Local 605 Finances, June 10, 1947
15. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee Materials, June 30, 1947
16. Fitzpatrick to Bill Cahn Regarding PAC Materials, July 23, 1947
17. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Remington Rand Strike, August 6, 1947
18. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Cahn Regarding Publicity, August 6, 1947
19. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1947
20. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 30, 1947
Folder 63 District 6 Vice President Thomas Fitzpatrick Outgoing Correspondence, October 27, 1947 - November 14, 1950
1. Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 27, 1947
2. Fitzpatrick to Tommy Fitzpatrick Regarding Candidacy for Business Agent and Local 601, November 11, 1947
3. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Locals 613 and 638 and Factionalism, December 10, 1947
4. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 22, 1947
5. Fitzpatrick to Dave Ratner Regarding Reservations, January 16, 1950
6. Fitzpatrick to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, November 14, 1950
7. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Westinghouse Strike, March 16, 1946
8. Fitzpatrick Telegram to James Matles Regarding Meeting, June 26
9. Fitzpatrick Telegram Regarding Reservations, Undated
Folder 64 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Incoming Correspondence, February 16, 1948 - June 25, 1953
1. Janet Barish Regarding Local 613, July 13, 1948
2. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 16, 1949
3. Barish Regarding Union Label Printing, July 12, 1949
4. Barish Regarding Finances, November 2, 1949
5. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 18, 1950
6. Barish Regarding Beaver Westinghouse, March 1, 1950
7. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 25, 1953
8. William Cahn Regarding Supplies, August 29, 1950
9. James Caren Regarding Factionalism, February 21, 1949
10. Julius Emspak Regarding American Jewish Labor Council and Palestine, February 16, 1948
11. Emspak Regarding Local 632 and Finances, February 28, 1948
12-24. Emspak Regarding Beaver Westinghouse Strike, March 18-June 23, 1948
25. Emspak Regarding Stewards, July 21, 1948
Folder 65 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Incoming Correspondence, September 3, 1948 - April 23, 1951
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 3, 1948
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 5, 1948
3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 634, 637, 620, 621 and 626, December 2, 1948
4. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 7, 1948
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 3, 1949
6. Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers, March 22, 1949
7. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 638, March 24, 1949
8. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 613, March 28, 1949
9. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 613 with March 25, 1949, Dominic Dornetto Letter to Emspak, March 28, 1949
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 613 and 638, May 31, 1949
11. Emspak Regarding Hoover and Belmont Strikes, June 7, 1949
12. Emspak Regarding Defense Fund, July 29, 1949
13. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 638, August 17, 1949
14. Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances with District 6 Unemployment Payments, September 2, 1949
15. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 613 and 638, November 10, 1949
16. Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board Elections and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, December 22, 1949
17. Emspak Regarding District 6 Officers, October 9, 1950
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 17, 1950
19. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with December 5, 1950, Voucher, December 14, 1950
20. Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 15, 1951
21. Emspak Regarding Political Action, March 12, 1951
22. Emspak Regarding High Treason, April 23, 1951
Folder 66 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Incoming Correspondence, June 5, 1948 - August 20, 1953
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24, 1951
2. Emspak Regarding High Treason, April 27, 1951
3. Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 16, 1951
4. Emspak Regarding Local 605 and UE News, March 11, 1952
5. Emspak Regarding Strikes, September 24, 1952
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 2, 1952
7. Emspak Regarding National Strike Fund, October 24, 1952
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 623, November 20, 1952
9. Emspak Regarding Zappone Engineering and Local 639, April 1, 1953
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and McNeil Case, May 6, 1953
11. Emspak Regarding Local 617 Ladies Auxiliary and Finances, May 19, 1953
12. Emspak Regarding Local 610 and 506 and Finances, August 20, 1953
13. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 502 National Molded Products Incorporation Strike with George Clouser Letter to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 502 Strike, June 5, 1948
14. Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, January 13, 1949
15. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 604, September 16, 1949
17. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Meeting, October 20, 1950
18. Secretary to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, February 7, 1951
19. Secretary to Fitzgerald Letter, January 31, 1951
20. Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Meeting, July 25, 1951
21. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, Regarding Fair Practices Report, September 24, 1952
22. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Meeting, December 8, 1952
23. Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Per Capita Dues with January 28, 1953, Recommendations, June 28, 1953
24. Ernest M. Geer Regarding Local 607 Walkout and Local 608 Organization, June 12, 1951
Folder 67 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Incoming Correspondence, April 16, 1948 - December 4, 1951
1. James Matles Regarding Meeting, April 16, 1948
2. Matles Telegram Regarding Supplies, July 15, 1948
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 8, 1948
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 5, 1948
5. Matles Regarding International Longshore and Warehouse Union Strike, January 14, 1948
6. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Locals 601 and 610, June 14, 1949
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 1, 1949
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 11, 1950
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 24, 1950
10. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 29, 1950
11. Secretary to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 21, 1950
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, East Pittsburgh and Sharon Westinghouse and Inter-Union Rivalry, December 21, 1950
13. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 26, 1950
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 2, 1951
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 19, 1951
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Sharon Westinghouse, January 26, 1951
17. Matles Regarding Staff Members and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, January 29, 1951
18. Matles Regarding Tice Tour, February 5, 1951
19. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 7, 1951
20. Matles Regarding Sharon Westinghouse, May 7, 1951
21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 27, 1951
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 11, 1951
23. Matles Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, November 17, 1951
24-25. Matles Regarding Finances, December 4, 1951
Folder 68 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Incoming Correspondence, December 5, 1951 - August 24, 1953
1. James Matles Regarding Westmoreland Organization, Irwin Westinghouse and Staff Members, December 5, 1951
2. Secretary to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 5, 1951
3. Secretary to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1951
4. Matles Regarding Finances and Wiegand, January 8, 1952
5. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 18, 1952
6. Matles Regarding Staff Meetings, January 23, 1952
7. Matles Regarding Sharon Westinghouse, January 30, 1952
8. Matles Regarding Kenna Metal and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, May 29, 1952
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse with June 20, 1952, Matles Telegram and Letter to Bette Tries, June 19, 1952
10. Matles Regarding International Harvester Strike, September 24, 1952
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 3, 1952
12. Matles Regarding Finances with December 9, 1952, Matles Letter to Richard Niebur and December 16, 1952, Niebur Letter to Matles, December 22, 1952
13. Matles Regarding Finances, January 19, 1953
14. Matles Regarding Finances, January 30, 1953
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1953
16. Matles Regarding Factionalism, August 24, 1953
Folder 69 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Incoming Correspondence, July 27, 1948 - April 20, 1953
1. Ed Matthews Regarding Westinghouse, July 28, 1949
2. C. D. Moore Regarding Leave of Absence, January 23, 1950
3. Moore Regarding Dismissal and Sharon Westinghouse, May 3, 1950
4. David Ratner Regarding Finances, July 27, 1948
5. Ratner Regarding Supplies, November 12, 1948
6. Ratner Regarding Local 1581, July 7, 1949
7. Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, August 16, 1949
8. Ratner Regarding Finances, November 18, 1949
9. Ratner Memo Regarding Finances, August 18, 1950
10. Ratner Regarding Supplies, February 1, 1951
11. Ratner Regarding Supplies, February 23, 1951
12. Ratner Regarding Finances and Local 601, November 15, 1951
13. Ratner Memo Regarding Finances, January 22, 1952
14. Ratner Regarding Supplies, April 20, 1953
15. Thomas Riley Regarding Factionalism, February 6, 1948
16. David Schribner Regarding Finances and Loney Case, February 16, 1953

Box 3
Folder 1 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, March 4, 1948 - June 7, 1949
1. Loney to Julius Emspak Regarding Mine Safety Appliance and Factionalism, March 4, 1948
2. Loney to Emspak Regarding Local 632, March 8, 1948
3. Loney to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 13, 1948
4. Loney Telegram to Dominic Dornetto Regarding Factionalism and Local 613, June 22, 1948
5. Loney Telegram to Emspak Regarding Meeting, August 5, 1948
6. Loney to Emspak Regarding Local 614 Ray-O-Vac Strike, August 24, 1948
7. Loney to James Matles Regarding Supplies, November 10, 1948
8. Loney Telegram to Janet Barish Regarding Supplies, December 7, 1948
9. Loney to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Duffy Case and Local 613 with Findings as to John Duffy, December 14, 1948
10. Loney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District 6 Council Meeting, January 11, 1949
11. Loney to Matles Regarding International Longshore and Warehouse Union Strike, January 12, 1949
12. Loney to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Progress Local 601, January 31, 1949
13. Loney to James Carey Regarding Factionalism and Duffy Case, February 9, 1949
14. Loney to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 11, 1949
15. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Duffy Case, February 28, 1949
16. Loney to Charles Copeland Regarding Factionalism and Westinghouse Conference Board, June 2, 1949
17. Loney to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 20, 1949
18. Loney to Copeland Regarding Factionalism, Local 601 and Progress, March 2, 1949
19. Loney to David Schribner Regarding Finances, June 7, 1949
Folder 2 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, June 15 - November 9, 1949
1. Loney to Julius Emspak Regarding Pittsburgh Allis-Chalmers, United Auto Workers Inter-Union Rivalry, Local 613 and Factionalism with Background of UAW Raid on UE Local 613; April 1, 1949, Dominic Dornetto Telegram to Loney; April 9, 1949, Dornetto Telegram to Thomas Flanagan; March 31, 1949, Loney Telegram to Dornetto; March 30, 1949, Dornetto Telegram to Loney; and March 28, 1949, Loney Telegram to Dornetto, June 15, 1949
2. Loney to David Ratner Regarding Union Label, July 1, 1949
3. Loney to Ed Matthews Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, July 22, 1949
4. Loney to Mrs. Robert Duitch Regarding Duitch Jailing, July 27, 1949
5. Loney to Emspak Regarding Williamsport Battery Strike and Jail Sentences, July 27, 1949
6. Loney to Clara Fiering Regarding Williamsport Battery Strike and Jail Sentences, July 27, 1949
7. Loney to Mrs. Lloyd Lutz Regarding Williamsport Battery Strike and Jail Sentences, July 27, 1949
8. Loney to Ed Ehrensberger Regarding Local 502, Factionalism and Brehm & David Cases, August 5, 1949
9. Loney to Ratner Regarding Finances, August 9, 1949
10. Loney to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Finances, August 18, 1949
11. Loney Telegram to James Dulf Regarding United Mine Workers of America Strike, September 29, 1949
12. Loney to Guy Fragle Regarding Factionalism and Local 617, October 10, 1949
13. Loney Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 617 Membership Meeting, November 2, 1949
14. Loney to Emspak Regarding Finances with November 8, 1949, Bill, November 9, 1949
Folder 3 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, November 11, 1949 - July 17, 1950
1. Loney to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 768, Kirkendall Case and Factionalism, November 11, 1949
2. Loney Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Local 601 Mailing List, November 11, 1949
3. Loney to James Price Regarding Local 502 and Factionalism, November 11, 1949
4. Loney to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, January 11, 1950
5. Loney to UE Regarding Local 637, January 11, 1950
6. Loney to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 13, 1950
7. Loney to C. B. Moore Regarding Leave of Absence and Sharon Westinghouse, January 13, 1950
8. Loney to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits and Locals 625, 626, and 606, January 18, 1950
9. Loney to Moore Regarding Leave of Absence and Sharon Westinghouse, January 25, 1950
10. Loney to Ratner Regarding Finances, February 7, 1950
11. Loney to Ratner Regarding Finances, February 28, 1950
12. Loney to Moore Regarding Leave of Absence and Sharon Westinghouse, March 27, 1950
13. Loney to Moore Regarding Leave of Absence and Sharon Westinghouse, May 1, 1950
14. Loney to Seymour Alsher Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, Pennsylvania Furnance & Iron and National Labor Relations Board, June 14, 1950
15. Loney to Ratner Regarding Finances, June 26, 1950
16. Loney to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, June 30, 1950
17. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 10, 1950
18. Loney to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 13, 1950
19. Loney to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, July 17, 1950
20. Loney to Emspak Regarding Fair Employee Practices Commission, July 17, 1950
21. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 17, 1950
Folder 4 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, August 25, 1950 - June 28, 1951
1. Loney to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 25, 1950
2. Loney to Matles Regarding Publicity, August 25, 1950
3. Loney to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, August 25, 1950
4. Loney to Julius Emspak Regarding Convention Delegates, September 5, 1950
5. Loney to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 14, 1950
6. Loney to Matles Regarding IUE Local 604 and IAM Local 631, November 17, 1950
7. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 18, 1950
8. Loney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, Organization and Locals 601 and 617, December 19, 1950
9. Loney to Harold Briney Regarding Defense Committee, December 27, 1950
10. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members with January 7, 1951, Minutes of Special Meeting and Statement on the Proclamation of a National Emergency, January 9, 1951
11. Loney Memo to Thompson Regarding Martinsville Seven with Receipt, January 24, 1951
12. Loney to Edward Matthews Regarding Fairmont and Nuttall, January 29, 1951
13. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, January 30, 1951
14. Loney to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, March 6, 1951
15. Loney to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 8, 1951
16. Loney to Cliff McAvoy Regarding Defense Meeting, April 9, 1951
17. Loney to John Nelson, et al., Regarding Political Action, April 9, 1951
18. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 27, 1951
19. Loney to Matles Regarding Finances and Sharon Campaign, April 30, 1951
20. Loney to Matthews Regarding Huntington Sylvania and Westinghouse, June 21, 1951
21. Loney to Matles Regarding Publicity and Westinghouse, June 28, 1951
Folder 5 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, July 3 - December 19, 1951
1. Loney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, July 3, 1951
2. Loney to Julius Emspak Regarding Harold Christoffel Defense Fund with Receipt, August 1, 1951
3. Loney to Edward Matthews Regarding Conference Board Policies, August 9, 1951
4. Loney to James Matles Regarding Convention Credentials, October 16, 1951
5. Loney to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Finances with October 16, 1951, Ratner Memo to Loney and October 13, 1951, Ratner Memo to Bob Logsden, October 22, 1951
6. Loney to Matles Regarding Meeting, October 26, 1951
7. Loney Telegram to Emspak Regarding Meeting, November 12, 1951
8-9. Loney Telegram to Matthews Regarding Meeting, November 12, 1951
10. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 29, 1951
11. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Local 627 and IUE, December 3, 1951
12. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Staff Members, December 18, 1951
13. Loney to Emspak Regarding UE Fighting Fund and Sylvania, December 19, 1951
Folder 6 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, January 12 - November 11, 1952
1. Loney to James Matles Regarding UE Fighting Fund and Sylvania, January 12, 1952
2. Loney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Racism, January 31, 1952
3. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Organization and West Virginia with Emma Memo to Ben Riskin, February 21, 1952
4. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Locals 612, 619, 622, 625 and 626 Organization, February 25, 1952
5. Loney to Matles Regarding Local 630 Sunbury, March 3, 1952
6. Loney to Matles Regarding Local 601 and Organization, March 11, 1952
7. Loney to Emspak Regarding Fighting Fund, March 19, 1952
8. Loney to Matles Regarding Local 639 and York Sylvania, May 13, 1952
9. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 623, May 25, 1952
10. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding GE Johnstown Election, May 26, 1952
11. Loney to Matles Regarding Nuttall Strike Donations, June 30, 1952
12. Loney to Matles Regarding Nuttall Strike Fund, July 11, 1952
13. Loney Telegram to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 29, 1952
14. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 612 and District Executive Board Election with Paul H. Clark Letter to Loney, October 27, 1952
15. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 27, 1952
16. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 11, 1952
17. Loney to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 11, 1952
Folder 7 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Outgoing Correspondence, December 17, 1952 - August 13, 1953
1. Loney Telegram to UE Regarding Factionalism, December 17, 1952
2. Loney to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, January 5, 1953
3. Loney to James Matles Regarding Finances, January 21, 1953
4. Loney to Harold Briney Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry and Union Switch and Signal, February 4, 1953
5. Loney to Ratner Regarding Finances, February 20, 1953
6. Loney to Matles Regarding Local 618 and White Collar Workers, March 26, 1953
7. Loney to Julius Emspak Regarding McNeil Case, May 14, 1953
8. Loney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, June 23, 1953
9. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 627, Speed-Up and Factionalism, July 3, 1953
10. Loney to Peter Abondi Regarding Local 627, Speed-Up, Job Classifications and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, July 17, 1953
11. Loney to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 633 DeLuxe Metal Collective Bargaining and Wages, July 24, 1953
12. Loney to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 610 with August 7, 1953, Briney Letter to Loney and August 19, 1953, Receipt, August 13, 1953
13. Loney to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Local 627 and Inter-Union Rivalry, August 13, 1953
Folder 8 District 6 Representative Allan McNeil Incoming Correspondence, May 21, 1945 - December 11, 1953
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances with December 18, 1953, Receipt; August 17, 1953, Check; and Return Slip, December 11, 1953
2. William Chan Regarding Housing and UE News, March 17, 1949
3. Chan Regarding Housing, March 28, 1949
4. Fannie Cohn, Secretary to Chan, Regarding Publicity, March 29, 1949
5. Chan Regarding UE News and Wages, July 6, 1949
6. Chan Regarding Peekskill Riot, September 27, 1949
7. Julius Emspak Telegram, May 21, 1954
8. James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 19, 1954
9. David Schribner Regarding Supplies, October 25, 1950
Folder 9 District 6 Representative Allan McNeil Outgoing Correspondence, May 21, 1945 - March 31, 1954
1. McNeil Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Equitable, May 21, 1945
2. McNeil to James Matles Regarding Wages, April 4, 1949
3. McNeil to Graphic Plate Department Regarding Supplies, April 30, 1949
4. McNeil to William Cahn Regarding Peekskill Riot, September 23, 1949
5. McNeil to Cahn Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, March 1950
6. McNeil to Ed Landy Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, July 18, 1950
7. McNeil to Emspak Regarding Local 631 Inter-Union Rivalry with the International Association of Machinists, December 15, 1950
8. McNeil Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Finances, February 23, 1951
9. McNeil to Matles Regarding Anti-Communism, January 2, 1952
10. McNeil to Cahn Regarding Local 623 Stewards and High Treason, January 28, 1952
11. McNeil Telegram to Matles Regarding Calorizing Contract, November 28, 1952
12. McNeil to Matles Regarding McNeil Case, March 11, 1953
13. McNeil to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding McNeil Case, May 11, 1953
14. McNeil to Matles Regarding Williamsport Sylvania Organization, February 8, 1954
15. McNeil to Matles Regarding Williamsport Sylvania Organization, February 16, 1954
16. McNeil to Matles Regarding East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, Dismissals, and Local 301, March 31, 1954
Folder 10 District 6 Vice President Daniel Marguriet Incoming Correspondence, November 18, 1953 - September 9, 1955
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 610 and 639, November 18, 1953
2. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 24, 1954
3. Emspak Regarding Zappone Strike and Niebur Case with Voucher, September 1, 1954
4. Emspak Regarding Zappone Strike and Niebur Case with Voucher and October 19, 1954, Receipt, November 5, 1954
5. Emspak Regarding Mill Town, December 13, 1954
6. Emspak Regarding Local 640 and Unemployment with July 16, 1954, Joseph Geary Letter to Emspak, February 11, 1955
7. Emspak Regarding Local 624, National Labor Relations Board Elections and Robinson Manufacturing, September 9, 1955
8. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meetings, March 25, 1954
9. George Leader Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry with December 16, 1954, David Cohen Letter to James Matles, December 15, 1954
Folder 11 District 6 Vice President Daniel Marguriet Incoming Correspondence, November 9, 1953 - May 10, 1955
1. James Matles Regarding Finances, February 9, 1954
2. Matles Regarding Staff Finances with March 10, 1954, Allan McNeil Telegram to David Ratner, March 19, 1954
3. Matles Regarding Staff Finances with March 22, 1954, McNeil Letter to Marguriet, April 7, 1954
4. Matles Regarding Local 475, Runaway Shops and American Safety Razor, July 26, 1954
5. Matles Regarding Local 610 and Governor Leader, December 20, 1954
6. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Sylvania Campaign, January 14, 1955
7. Matles Regarding AFL-CIO Merger and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, March 16, 1955
8. Matles Regarding Bail Bond, May 10, 1955
9. Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, November 2, 1953
10. Ben Riskin Regarding Staff Finances, June 24, 1954
11. Letter Regarding Staff Finances, November 9, 1953
Folder 12 District 6 Vice President Daniel Marguriet Outgoing Correspondence, October 12, 1953 - June 24, 1955
1. Marguriet Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Officers and District 6, October 12, 1953
2. Marguriet to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 14, 1953
3. Marguriet to James Matles Regarding Finances, October 26, 1953
4. Marguriet to Matles Regarding Finances and Staff Members with November 30, 1953, Emma Memo to David Ratner, October 27, 1953
5. Marguriet to Matles Regarding Finances and Sylvania Organization, November 29, 1953
6. Marguriet to Thomas Flanagan Regarding Finances, January 11, 1954
7. Marguriet Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding District 6 Officers with October 16, 1954, Emma Telegram to Fitzgerald, October 15, 1954
8. Marguriet to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 18, 1955
9. Marguriet to Fitzgerald Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry and Organization, March 23, 1955
10. Marguriet to Fitzgerald Regarding Dismissals and Westinghouse Air Brake Company, May 20, 1955
11. Marguriet to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Vice Presidents Meeting, June 24, 1955
Folder 13 District 6 Executive Secretary Alfred Oyler Incoming Correspondence, March 8 - September 7, 1945
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 8, 1945
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 9, 1945
3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 618, April 4, 1944
4. Emspak Telegram, April 13, 1944
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 4, 1944
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 11, 1944
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 14, 1944
8. Emspak Regarding District Summer School, June 30, 1944
9. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 22, 1944
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 11, 1944
11. Emspak Telegram Regarding Political Action Committee, August 31, 1944
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 5, 1944
13 Emspak Regarding Finances, October 19, 1944
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 26, 1944
15. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 17, 1944
16. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 24, 1945
17. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 16, 1945
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 28, 1945
19. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 20, 1945
20. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1945
21. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 17, 1945
22. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 4, 1945
23. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 29, 1945
24. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 24, 1945
25. Emspak Regarding Honolulu Labor Canteen, September 7, 1945
Folder 14 District 6 Executive Secretary Alfred Oyler Incoming Correspondence, April 15, 1944 - October 26, 1945
1. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding District Conference, April 15, 1944
2. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Meeting, April 17, 1944
3. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, Telegram Regarding Reservations, April 6, 1945
4. Fitzgerald Regarding District Summer School, July 6, 1945
5. Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, Telegram Regarding Reservations, July 12, 1945
6. Klausner Telegram Regarding Reservations, July 18, 1945
7. Klausner, Secretary to Fitzgerald, Telegram, July 25, 1945
8. Fitzgerald Regarding Meetings, August 28, 1945
9. Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, October 26, 1945
10. David Schribner Regarding Supplies, June 27, 1944
11. Schribner Regarding Farrell Bill and Political Action Committee, August 14, 1944
Folder 15 District 6 Executive Secretary Alfred Oyler Outgoing Correspondence, February 10, 1944 - February 23, 1945
1. Oyler to Julius Emspak Regarding Wages, February 10, 1944
2. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 3, 1944
3. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 21, 1944
4. Oyler Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action Conference, April 13, 1944
5. Oyler Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, April 17, 1944
6. Oyler to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action Conference, April 17, 1944
7. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 21, 1944
8. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 4, 1944
9. Oyler to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, May 12, 1944
10. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Labor School, June 21, 1944
11. Oyler Telegram to Frederick Livingston Regarding George Crane with David Schribner Telegram to Ernest DeMaio, June 27, 1944
12. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Labor School, June 27, 1944
13. Oyler to Schribner Regarding Farrell Bill and Political Action Committee with Pennsylvania PAC Proceedings, August 11, 1944
14-15. Oyler Telegram to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 31, 1944
16. Oyler Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 615 Strike, January 11, 1945
17. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 22, 1945
18. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Sherman Injunction Suit with Bill in Equality Pamphlet, February 23, 1945
Folder 16 District 6 Executive Secretary Alfred Oyler Outgoing Correspondence, March 6 - September 4, 1945
1. Oyler to Julius Emspak Regarding Show-Cause Hearing, March 6, 1945
2. Oyler to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Reservations, April 4, 1945
3. Oyler Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, April 4, 1945
4. Oyler Telegram to Emspak Regarding Meeting, May 8, 1945
5. Oyler to Phillip Murray Regarding Fair Employment Practice Bill and Huntington, WV, with Irene Berman Report to A.D. About Meeting of West Virginia Industrial Union Council Executive Board and March 5, 1945, Minutes of Representatives of Organized Labor General Meeting, April 11, 1945
6. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Officers, May 29, 1945
7. Oyler to Fitzgerald Regarding Officers, June 28, 1945
8. Oyler Telegram to Emspak Regarding Labor School, July 5, 1945
9. Oyler to Ray Klausner Regarding Reservations, July 16, 1945
10. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 17, 1945
11. Oyler to Fitzgerald Regarding Meetings, Veterans and Political Action, August 27, 1945
12. Oyler to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, August 30, 1945
13. Oyler to Emspak Regarding Labor Canteen and Hawaii, September 4, 1945
Folder 17 District 6 Representative Steven Rosner Incoming Correspondence, December 21, 1945 - December 17, 1947
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 23, 1946
2. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, July 14, 1947
3. William Cahn Regarding Publicity, December 21, 1945
4. Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 11, 1946
5. Cahn Telegram Regarding Music, March 18, 1946
6. Cahn Telegram Regarding Publicity, April 3, 1946
7. Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 5, 1946
8. Cahn Regarding Music, April 23, 1946
9. Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 13, 1947
10. Cahn Regarding Publicity, March 10, 1947
11. Cahn Regarding District Summer School, May 14, 1947
12. Cahn Regarding District Summer School, May 26, 1947
13. Cahn Regarding District Summer School, June 2, 1947
14. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, June 13, 1947
15. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, June 17, 1947
16. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Wages, June 30, 1947
17. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Wages, July 1, 1947
18. Cahn Regarding UE News, July 7, 1947
19. Cahn Regarding Factionalism, November 21, 1947
20. Cahn Regarding Publicity, November 26, 1947
21. Cahn Regarding Publicity and Factionalism, December 17, 1947
Folder 18 District 6 Representative Steven Rosner Incoming Correspondence, July 13, 1946 - January 25, 1949
1. William Cahn Regarding Wages and Publicity with Record of 1947 Wage Leaflet Distribution and Outline of Activities for UE Wage and Contract Campaign, December 17, 1947
2. Cahn Regarding Publicity, Wages and Erie City Council, May 5, 1948
3. Cahn Regarding District Summer School, June 7, 1948
4. Cahn Regarding Publicity, October 13, 1948
5. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Publicity, December 22, 1948
6. Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 4, 1949
7. Cahn Regarding Address, January 25, 1949
8. Helen Lief, Secretary to Julius Emspak, Regarding Foreign Policy, July 13, 1946
9. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 16, 1946
10. Emspak Letter, March 3, 1947
11. Emspak Regarding Finances with April 9, 1948, Driscoll, Gregory and Coppolo Bill, April 23, 1948
12. Secretary to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, December 2, 1946
13. Jim Lerner Telegram Regarding Publicity and 1916 Westinghouse Strike, April 9, 1947
14. Seymour Linfield Regarding Arbitration, July 18, 1946
Folder 19 District 6 Representative Steven Rosner Incoming Correspondence, November 5, 1945 - February 28, 1949
1. James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, August 2, 1946
2. Matles Regarding United Steelworkers of America and Publicity, August 16, 1948
3. Matles Letter, February 28, 1949
4. Clifford McAvoy Telegram Regarding Address, July 18, 1946
5. McAvoy Regarding District Summer School, August 7, 1946
6. Russ Nixon Regarding Radio Broadcasts and UE News, February 27, 1948
7. Don Pinkston Regarding Publicity, April 8, 1946
8. Pinkston Regarding Publicity, April 24, 1947
9. Pinkston Regarding 1946 Officer's Report, May 15, 1947
10. Pinkston Regarding Catholic Church, May 29, 1947
11. Pinkston Letter, July 28, 1947
12. David Ratner Telegram, May 27, 1947
13. Benjamin Riskin Regarding Warren Sylvania, August 2, 1946
14. David Schribner Regarding Radio Stations, December 5, 1945
15. Mimi Segal Letter, March 31, 1947
16. William Sentner Regarding Staff Members, November 5, 1945
Folder 20 District 6 Representative Steven Rosner Outgoing Correspondence, November 28, 1945 - May 27, 1947
1. Rosner to David Schribner Regarding Staff Finances, November 28, 1945
2. Rosner to Schribner Regarding Staff Finances, January 2, 1946
3. Rosner to William Cahn Regarding Change of Address, January 23, 1946
4. Rosner Telegram to Cahn Regarding Federal Theatre Project and Publicity, March 16, 1946
5. Rosner Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Publicity, March 25, 1946
6. Rosner Telegram to Cahn Regarding Supplies, April 3, 1946
7. Rosner to James Matles Regarding Collective Bargaining, April 6, 1946
8. Rosner to Nat Spero Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon and Speer Carbon Strikes and Local 623 McKinney Manufacturing Contract, May 17, 1946
9. Rosner to Cahn Regarding Local 601 Union Generator, May 21, 1946
10. Rosner to Julius Emspak Regarding Foreign Policy, July 10, 1946
11. Rosner to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Political Action Conference with a Letter to Barney Conal and Juls R. Letter to Saul Mills, July 22, 1946
12. Rosner to Bookkeeping Department Regarding Staff Finances, July 31, 1946
13. Rosner to McAvoy Regarding Political Action Committee Conference and United Steelworkers of America, July 31, 1946
14. Rosner to Mills Regarding Political Action Committee Conference, July 31, 1946
15. Rosner to UE Regarding Staff Finances, October 29, 1946
16. Rosner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 18, 1946
17. Rosner Telegram to Ray Klausner Regarding Reservations with December 2, 1946, Emspak Letter to Members General Executive Board, November 30, 1946
18. Rosner to McAvoy Regarding Political Action Committee, January 21, 1947
19. Rosner to Emspak Regarding Publicity, Veterans and Political Action, February 14, 1947
20. Rosner Telegram to David Ratner Regarding District 6 Summer School, May 27, 1947
21. Rosner to Ratner Regarding District 6 Summer School with Office Management, May 27, 1947
Folder 21 District 6 Representative Steven Rosner Outgoing Correspondence, July 1, 1947 - January 26, 1949
1. Rosner to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting and Taft-Hartley, July 1, 1947
2. Rosner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 2, 1947
3. Rosner to Don Pinkston Regarding Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese, July 24, 1947
4. Rosner to Pinkston, September 9, 1947
5. Rosner to William Cahn Regarding Factionalism and Publicity, November 17, 1947
6. Rosner to Cahn Regarding Beaver Westinghouse, November 24, 1947
7. Rosner Telegram to Cahn Regarding Publicity, November 28, 1947
8. Rosner to James Matles Regarding Factionalism and Progress with Convention Remarks of Matles on Carey-Block "UEMDA" Disruption, December 16, 1947
9. Rosner to Matles Regarding Australian Council of Trade Unions, January 3, 1948
10. Rosner to Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, April 20, 1948
11. Rosner to Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 28, 1948
12. Rosner to Cahn Regarding District 6 Summer School, June 3, 1948
13. Rosner to Benjamin Riskin Regarding District 6 Summer School, June 3, 1948
14. Rosner Telegram to Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 19, 1949
15. Rosner to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, CIO and World Federation of Trade Unions with Lincoln Quote, January 26, 1949
Folder 22 District 6 Salary and Expense Correspondence, February 27, 1943 - October 2, 1944
1. Thomas Delaney, February 27, 1943
2-3. Charlotte Brampton, April 29 and May 29, 1943
4-5. Audrey Zaun, July 14-29, 1943
6-15. Esther Pelkowski, October 14, 1943-February 28, 1944
16-24. Jessie Rush, April 14-September 28, 1944
25. Kenneth Wheaton, October 2, 1944
Folder 23 District 6 Salary and Expense Correspondence, Jessie Rush, October 13, 1944 - June 28, 1945
Folder 24 District 6 Financial Reports, March 12, 1938 - October 1943
Folder 25 District 6 Financial Reports, November 1943 - April 1944
Folder 26 District 6 Financial Reports, May - November 1944
Folder 27 District 6 Financial Reports, December 1944 - June 1945
Folder 28 District 6 Financial Reports, July 1945 - May 1946
Folder 29 District 6 Financial Reports, June - December 1946
Folder 30 District 6 Financial Reports, January 1947 - October 1948
Folder 31 District 6 Financial Reports, September 1953 - December 2, 1955
Folder 32 District 6 Membership Card Questionnaires, undated
1. Local 606, undated
2. Local 610, undated
3. Local 612, undated
4. Local 617, undated
5. Local 619, undated
6. Local 622, undated
7. Local 623 with Membership Book, undated
8. Local 625, undated
9. Local 627, undated
10. Local 630, undated
11. Local 631, undated
12. Local 633, undated
13. Local 636, undated
Folder 33 District 6 Bond Forms, August 1941 - January 26, 1942
Folder 34 District 6 Organizers Expense Sheets, June 13, 1942 - November 29, 1955
1. Larry Ryan, June 13, 1942
2-3. Stanley Loney, January 25, 1947
4-5. Vivian Dee, November 26 and December 3, 1949
6. Ruth Newell, November 13, 1950
7-8. Bette Tries, June 1-9, 1951
9. Loney, October 10, 1953
10-23. Robert Donley, February 4-December 16, 1954
24. Theodore Wright, November 29, 1955
Folder 35 District 6 Finances, March 1938 - April 6, 1953
1. Sharon Westinghouse Expenditures, March 1938 - July 1944
2. Expenditures, September 1943 - April 1944
3. Voucher, April 13, 1943
4-5. Receipt, January 31, 1946
6. Voucher with January 24, 1950, Bills, February 6, 1950
7-9. Voucher, February 7, 1950
10. Voucher, February 8, 1950
11. Receipt with Bill, May 29, 1950
12. Receipt, April 6, 1953
13-14. Money Order, undated
Folder 36 District 6 Equitable Meter, May 19 - 24, 1945
1. Allan McNeil Memo, May 19, 1945
2. McNeil Memo, May 24, 1945
3. Program for Equitable Meter Company, undated
Folder 37 District 6 Duffy-Nolan Case, August 11 - December 28, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Stanley Loney with Appeal of John Duffy and Thomas Nolan, August 11, 1948
2. Findings of the District 6 Trial Committee, July 29, 1948
3. Emspak to James Price with Case of Charges Against Duffy and Nolan and Appeal of John Duffy and Thomas Nolan to the General Executive Board, October 1, 1948
4. Report of General Executive Board Subcommittee, December 11, 1948
5. Decision of General Executive Board, December 11, 1948
6. Emspak to John Duffy, December 28, 1948
7. Appellant's Brief, undated
Folder 38 District 6 September 28, 1952, District Council Meeting, September 19, 1952 - January 22, 1953
1. District Council Meeting Minutes, September 28, 1952
2. James Matles to Allan McNeil, September 19, 1952
3. James Kennedy to Albert Fitzgerald, September 30, 1952
4. Harold Briney to Matles with a Letter to Fitzgerald, October 1, 1952
5. J. Paul Clark to Fitzgerald, October 6, 1952
6. Robert Kirkwood to Matles with a Letter to District 6, October 13, 1952
7. Paul H. Clark to Stanley Loney, October 22, 1952
8. J. Paul Clark to Loney, October 22, 1952
9. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald, October 28, 1952
10. Excerpt from International Representative Richard Niebur's Report, January 1-15, 1953
11. Matles Letter to Niebur, January 22, 1953
Folder 39 District 6 Vice President Stanley Loney Trial, February 13, 1953
1. Transcript of Proceedings, February 13, 1953
2. Memorandum of Law, February 13, 1953
3. Letter to David Schribner, February 13, 1953
4. Schribner Memo, February 13, 1953
Folder 40 District 6 Representative Allen McNeil Assignment, November 29 - December 21, 1953
1. Daniel Marguriet to James Matles, November 29, 1953
2. Richard Niebur to Matles, November 30, 1953
3. Niebur to Matles, December 11, 1953
4. Emma Memo to David Ratner, December 21, 1953
Folder 41 District 6 Miscellaneous, April 27, 1941 - August 1942
1. Moving Card, April 27, 1941
2. District 6 Local Presidents, November 1941
3. Notes on Taxation, April 19, 1942
4. UE District 6 Tax Delegation Report, June 17, 1942
5. Harry Sherman Telegram to Julius Emspak, July 20, 1942
6. Revised Rule 8, Administrative Regulation No. 2, August 1942
Folder 42 District 6 Miscellaneous, July 1943 - October 27, 1944
1. District 6 Membership Activities Department Preliminary Report, July 1943
2. Trustees' Report, October 22, 1943
3. Wheeling Hoover Company Memo, October 27, 1944
4. District 6 Organizational Chart, 1944
Folder 43 District 6 Miscellaneous, February 10, 1945 - December 12, 1947
1. David Schribner Memo to Julius Emspak, February 10, 1945
2. Cameron Manufacturing Conference, May 29, 1946
3. Resolution on Brewery Strike, October 17, 1946
4. Fred Gardner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 30, 1947
5. Report on Status of Organized Shops, December 12, 1947
Folder 44 District 6 Miscellaneous, March 8, 1952 - April 6, 1955
1. Raymond Dennis to All Trade Unions, March 8, 1952
2. Report of District 6 Delegation to Washington, May 1953
3. Notes on Organizational Discussion of Williamsport Sylvania, February 13, 1954
4. Richard Niebur to James Matles Regarding Zappone Strike, August 18, 1954
5. UE District Legislative Program for Pennsylvania, January 30, 1955
6. Report on Joint District 6 - District 1 Legislative Conference, February 28, 1955
7. Daniel Marguriet to All Local Unions Regarding AFL-CIO Merger and Inter-Union Rivalry with Statement by UE District 6 Executive Board, March 28, 1955
8. Marguriet Receipt, April 6, 1955
9. Photograph of William Chambers, undated
10. Memo Regarding Sunbury Wire Rope Strike, undated
11. A Program for District 6, undated
Folder 45 District 6 Conferences, June 22, 1941 - November 22, 1942
1. Minutes of Conference on Women's Wages with Resolutions on Equal Pay for Equal Work, Opportunities for Women in Higher Paid Jobs in Industry, Women and War, Working Conditions, and the Organization of Women, June 22, 1941
2. Minutes of District 6 Officers Conference, February 15, 1942
3. Minutes of Planning Committee for Women's Conference, November 22, 1942
Folder 46 District 6 Conference on Problems of Working Women Minutes with Resolutions on Legislation, Speed-Ups and Equal Rights, April 24, 1954
Folder 47 District 6 Officers Report, 1940-1941
Folder 48 District 6 Officers Report, 1941-1942
Folder 49 District 6 Officers Report, 1942-1943
Folder 50 District 6 Officers Report, 1947-1948
Folder 51 District 6 Officers Report, 1948-1950
Folder 52 District 6 Officers Report, 1950-1952
Folder 53 District 6 Officers Report, 1952-1953
Folder 54 District 6 Officers Report, 1953-1954
Folder 55 District 6 Officers Report, 1954-1955
Folder 56 District 6 Program of Officers, 1941-1943
Folder 57 District 6 Journal and Progress Newspaper, September 24, 1941 - August 3, 1942
Folder 58 District 6 Journal and Progress Newspaper, April 27, 1946 - June 1949
Folder 59 District 6 Steward's Bulletin, August 1, 1949 - March 21, 1952
Folder 60 District 6 Information Bulletin, March 3 - June 14, 1955
Folder 61 District 6 Westinghouse Strike Bulletin, November 23 - December 16, 1955
Folder 62 District 6 Erie Country Press, October 24, 1940 - August 28, 1942
Folder 63 District 6 I. F. Stone's Weekly, April 15, 1955
Folder 64 District 6 Organizer, August 10, 1944
Folder 65 District 6 Pamphlets, February - November 1942
1. Conference of Officers, February 1942
2. Announcing the Production for Victory Conference, October 1942
3. Production for Victory Conference, November 1942
Folder 66 District 6 Pamphlets, 1942
1. How to Vote for Victory Progress, 1942
2. Taxes for Victory, 1942
3. Divide and Conquer with Office of Facts and Figures Memo, 1942
Folder 67 District 6 Pamphlets, Protect Your Wages with September 14, 1943, Michael Fitzpatrick Letter to All General Vice Presidents, August 28, 1943
Folder 68 District 6 Pamphlets, 1945, January 3, 1949
2. The Huntington Story, January 3, 1949
Folder 69-70 District 6 Pamphlet Trade Union Cannibalism, January 20, 1949
Folder 71 District 6 Pamphlets, 1949
1. Speed-Up and Rate Cuts, 1949
2. While UE Battles, 1949
3. Carey-Block-ACTU Gang Again Resort to Violence, 1949
Folder 72 District 6 Pamphlets, 1949
1. Attempt to Split Westinghouse Conference Board Fails, 1949
2. Rogues in Carey's Gallery with J. T. G. Letter, 1949
Folder 73 District 6 Pamphlet The Fight for Women Workers Rights, March 29, 1952
Folder 74 District 6 Pamphlets, November 22, 1953
1. Legislative and Unemployment Conference, November 22, 1953
2. For a Living Bill of Rights, undated
3. Introduction, undated
4. Guide to Unemployment Benefits, undated
Folder 75 District 6 Leaflets, October 1941 - April 15, 1952
1. Plan of Action to Protect Jobs of UE Members in Priorities Unemployment, October 1941
2. Victory, Progress, Your Union, June 1942
3. Special Price Control Announcement, July 1942
4. UE District 6 Women's Conference Program, January 31, 1943
5. District 6 Women's Conference Program with Let's Sing, January 31, 1943
6. Women Leaders Training School, 1943
7. The Naked Truth, 1945
8. Duffy Expelled!, November 29, 1948
9. Flash Bulletin, August 3, 1949
10. The Welfare of Our Members Comes First, 1949
11. 1946, 1949
12. While the UE Was Fighting in the People's Interest, 1949
13. Westinghouse, It's Up to You! with Petition, Febraury 7, 1950
14. Demand Elections Now, February 7, 1950
15. Statement of Edward Matthews, 1950
16. UE Wins Clean Sweep in Canadian Westinghouse and GE, 1950
17. Strike Bulletin, April 15, 1952
Folder 76 District 6 Leaflets, March 17, 1955
1. Open Letter to James B. Carey with Daniel Marguriet Letter to All Local Unions, March 17, 1955
2. UE Makes Collective Bargaining an Instrument to Democracy, undated
3. Deportation Proceedings Against Allan McNeil Continue, undated
4. ACTU Fights CIO Policy, undated
5. UE Nails the Lie, undated
6. Pied Piper in Reverse, undated
7. Don't Fence Me In, undated
8. We Have Moved!, undated
9. Sign or Resign, undated
10. Third Party or Fifth Column, undated
11. It Took Fifteen Years to Build a UE Contract, undated
Folder 77 District 6 Press Releases, June 8, 1942 - May 18, 1953
1. Press Release Regarding Taxation and Political Action, June 8, 1942
2. Press Release Regarding Atomic Energy Commission and Anti-Communism with Sample Leaflet, September 30, 1948
3. Press Release Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits and Loney Case, February 11, 1953
4. Press Release Regarding Deportation and McNeil Case, May 18, 1953
Folder 78 District 6 Newspaper Clippings, 1937 - 1952
1. U. S. Steel Held in Secret Accord with Lewis Group, 1937
2. Communism in the CIO, Pittsburgh Catholic, June 25, 1942
3. Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, Pittsburgh Catholic, August 6, 1942
4. The Joe Ball Washington Labor Letter, December 10, 1949
5. Loney of the UE Told Off on Reds By CIO Official, Pittsburgh Press, February 27, 1949
6. Four Pro-Commie Suspects Seized, 1952
7. A Public Statement, Pittsburgh Press, undated
8. Overtime Pay and Victory, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, undated
9. Overtime Pay and Victory, Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, undated
10. The Country Editor, undated
Folder 79 District 6 Publications and Correspondence, 1943-1945
Folder 80 District 6 Publications and Correspondence, 1946
Folder 81 District 6 Publications and Correspondence, 1947

Box 4
Folder 1 District 6 Publication and Correspondence, 1948
Folder 2 District 6 Publication and Correspondence, 1949
Folder 3 District 6 Publication and Correspondence, 1950
Folder 4 District 6 Constitutions, 1942-1951
Folder 5 District 6 Constitutions, 1943-1953
Folder 6 District 6 Reports on Local Dues and Per Capita Increase, 1952-1953
Folder 7 District 6 Organizational, Various Plants, 1969
Folder 8 District 6 Mimeo Material, August 1962 - October 1963
Folder 9 District 6 Mimeo Material, 1985-1988
Folder 10 District 6 Contracts and Grievances, 1980 - 1984

Subseries 2. District 6 Locals

Section: Local 502

Folder 11 Local 502 Constitution, April 9, 1945 - February 1947
1. Constitution and By-Laws as Amended, April 9, 1945
2. Constitution and By-Laws as Amended, February 1947
Folder 12 Local 502 Officers Lists, December 29, 1941 - June 15, 1949
Folder 13 Local 502 Membership Resolutions, October 14, 1948 - March 17, 1949
1. Resolution on Anti-Communism and Atomic Energy Commission with October 14, 1948, George Clouser Letter to Julius Emspak, October 11, 1948
2. Resolution on Foreign Policy, Hungary and Bulgaria with March 17, 1949, Ed Ehrensberger Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, March 14, 1949
Folder 14 Local 502 Business Agent Larry Ryan Incoming Correspondence, November 12, 1941 - April 27, 1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 502 Constitution, November 28, 1941
2. Emspak Telegram Regarding Finances, December 23, 1941
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1942
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 7, 1942
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1942
6. Emspak Regarding Local 502 Constitution, May 15, 1942
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 20, 1942
8. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 5, 1942
9. Emspak Regarding Local 502 Constitution, June 15, 1942
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 24, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 7, 1942
12. Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240 and Overtime, October 5, 1942
13. Emspak Regarding Overtime, October 16, 1942
14. Emspak Regarding Overtime and Executive Order 9240, November 27, 1942
15. Emspak Telegram Regarding Membership Meeting, April 27, 1943
16. Nathan Geller Regarding Finances, November 12, 1941
17. R. Linsley Regarding Sylvania Organization, March 24, 1942
Folder 15 Local 502 Business Agent Larry Ryan Incoming Correspondence, October 31, 1941 - May 14, 1943
1. James Matles Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Collective Bargaining, October 31, 1941
2. Secretary to Matles Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Contracts, November 18, 1941
3. Secretary to Matles Regarding Wages and Local 1225, November 19, 1941
4. Matles Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Contract and Sylvania Organization, November 25, 1941
5. Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board and UE News, December 12, 1941
6. Matles Regarding Stackpole Carbon, December 16, 1941
7. Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Sylvania Tool Organization, January 13, 1942
8. Matles Regarding Sylvania Organization, January 23, 1942
9. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 6, 1942
10. Matles Regarding United Construction Workers Organizing Committee, May 20, 1942
11. Matles Regarding Overtime and Local 502 Contract, December 30, 1942
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 14, 1943
Folder 16 Local 502 Business Agent Larry Ryan Outgoing Correspondence, October 20 - December 23, 1941
1. Ryan Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Stackpole Carbon, October 20, 1941
2. Ryan Telegram to James Matles Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Collective Bargaining, October 29, 1941
3. Ryan to Matles Regarding St. Mary's and Emporium Sylvania Organization, October 30, 1941
4. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 4, 1941
5. Ryan to Matles Regarding Stackpole Collective Bargaining, Wages and Carbon Industry, November 13, 1941
6. Ryan Telegram to UE Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Contract, November 15, 1941
7. Ryan to Matles Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Contract, Organization and Elections with L. G. Hall Letter to Local 502 Negotiating Committee, November 17, 1941
8. Ryan to Matles Regarding Wages and Organization at Speer Carbon and Sylvania, November 19, 1941
9. Ryan to Matles Regarding Local 502 Constitution, November 25, 1941
10. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Stackpole Carbon, November 28, 1941
11. Ryan to Matles Regarding Emporium Sylvania Organization, November 28, 1941
12. Ryan to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 3, 1941
13. Ryan to Matles Regarding Sylvania Organization, Membership and Workers Educational, December 3, 1941
14. Ryan to Matles Regarding Chicago Conference, December 9, 1941
15. Ryan to Matles Regarding Supplies and UE News, December 11, 1941
16. Ryan to Matles Regarding Finances, National Labor Relations Board and Public Assistance, December 15, 1941
17. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 18, 1941
18. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 23, 1941
Folder 17 Local 502 Business Agent Larry Ryan Outgoing Correspondence, January 3 - October 14, 1942
1. Ryan to James Matles Regarding Radio Industry and Chicago Conference, January 3, 1942
2. Ryan to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 14, 1942
3. Ryan to Matles Regarding Local 502 Speer Carbon Contract, January 17, 1942
4. Ryan to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Sylvania Organization, January 27, 1942
5. Ryan to Matles Regarding Emporium and Salem Sylvania Organization, March 4, 1942
6. Ryan to Matles Regarding Radio Conference, April 15, 1942
7. Ryan to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 25, 1942
8. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 29, 1942
9. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 11, 1942
10. Ryan to Matles Regarding District 50 and Construction Workers Organizing Committee, May 14, 1942
11. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Bakelite Industry and Organization, May 19, 1942
12. Ryan to Matles Regarding District 50, Construction Workers Organizing Committee and Stewards Classes, May 19, 1942
13. Ryan to Matles Regarding Construction Workers Organizing Committee and Sylvania Plants in Emporium, Mill Hall, and Williamsport, May 22, 1942
14. Ryan to Research Department Regarding Organizers Bulletin, September 16, 1942
15. Ryan Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 502 Speer Carbon Contract, September 21, 1942
16. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240 and Overtime, October 3, 1942
17. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240 and Overtime, October 14, 1942
Folder 18 Local 502 Business Agent Larry Ryan Outgoing Correspondence, November 7, 1942 - July 16, 1943
1. Ryan to James Matles Regarding Clearfield Organization, November 7, 1942
2. Ryan to Julius Emspak Regarding Overtime, November 13, 1942
3. Ryan to Matles Regarding Airplane and Marine Instruments, November 16, 1942
4. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240 and Overtime, November 19, 1942
5. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240, Overtime and No-Strike Pledge, November 28, 1942
6. Ryan to Matles Regarding Stackpole Carbon Contract, January 11, 1943
7. Ryan to Organizational Department Regarding Organizational Bulletins, February 3, 1943
8. Ryan to Requisition Department Regarding Executive Order 9240, February 12, 1943
9. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Town Meeting, April 12, 1943
10. Ryan to James Byrnes Regarding Executive Order 9240, Overtime and Absenteeism, April 19, 1943
11. Ryan to Matles Regarding Conscription and Staff Members, May 11, 1943
12. Ryan Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 502 Speer Carbon Strike, June 16, 1943
13. Ryan Telegram to Matles Regarding Speer Carbon National Labor Relations Board Election, July 16, 1943
Folder 19 Local 502 General Incoming Correspondence, October 10, 1940 - December 23, 1947
1. William Chambers to Eugene Kraus Regarding Staff Members, October 17, 1941
2. Chambers to John McGuire Regarding Cameron Manufacturing, December 7, 1943
3. John Daly to McGuire Regarding War Labor Board, Stackpole Carbon and Speer Carbon with April 7, 1944, Daly Letters to David Schribner and Albert Fitzgerald, April 18, 1944
4. Julius Emspak to Max Horvatin Regarding UE News, October 10, 1940
5. Emspak to Horvatin Regarding Membership Lists, December 27, 1940
6. Emspak to Eugene Kraus Regarding Finances, January 2, 1941
7. Emspak to Marion Brown Regarding UE News, December 15, 1941
8. Emspak to Chambers Regarding Clearfield Charter, January 21, 1943
9. Emspak to Clair Kester Regarding Clearfield Charter, January 27, 1943
10. Emspak to Hohn McGuire Regarding Cameron Manufacturing, December 6, 1943
11. Emspak Telegram to McGuire, April 4, 1944
12. Emspak to S. J. Jesberger Regarding Local 105, April 3, 1946
13. Emspak to T. J. Moriarity Regarding Post Office, September 11, 1945
14. Emspak to Jesberger Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 10, 1945
15. Emspak to John Wegemer Regarding Local 502 Strike, May 11, 1946
16. Helen Lief, Secretary to Emspak, to Jesberger Regarding Factionalism, May 29, 1946
17. Emspak to Jesberger Regarding Factionalism, July 2, 1946
18. Emspak to Alfred Oyler Regarding Constitutions, August 23, 1946
19. Emspak to Jesberger Regarding Punxsutawney Speer Carbon Organization, June 2, 1947
20. Emspak to Jesberger Regarding Supplies, June 12, 1947
21. Emspak to Jesberger Regarding Dues Check-Off and Supplies, December 23, 1947
Folder 20 Local 502 General Incoming Correspondence, February 4, 1941 - October 20, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to S. J. Jesberger Regarding Solar Electric Strike, January 7, 1948
2. Emspak to Jesberger Regarding Local 502 Molded Materials Arbitration, January 13, 1948
3. Emspak to John Grotzinger Regarding 1948 UE Convention, September 23, 1948
4. Emspak to Ed Ehrensberger Regarding Factionalism and Davido and Brehm Case, July 1, 1949
5. Emspak to John Wegemer Regarding Factionalism and Davido and Brehm Case, October 20, 1949
6. Albert Fitzgerald to George Clouser Regarding Local 502 Molded Materials Collective Bargaining, July 6, 1948
7. E. J. Hammer to Jesberger Regarding Stackpole Carbon and Dues Check-Off, August 3, 1945
8. Frederick Livingston to Jesberger Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Arbitration, March 28, 1945
9. James Matles to Francis Seth Regarding International Typographical Union with January 30, 1941, Woodruff Randoph Letter to Matles, February 4, 1941
10. Secretary to Matles Letter, April 2, 1941
11. Matles to Eugene Kraus Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Contract, October 9, 1941
12. Matles to Kraus Regarding Staff Finances, December 4, 1941
13. Matles to Jesberger Regarding Carbon Industry with Matles Letters to Sidney Gilbert, Peter Besch, Walter Berry, and Leonard Lewin and November 15, 1945, Matles Letter to Leo Turner, November 13, 1945
14. Matles to Jesberger Regarding Powder Metallurgy with November 15, 1945, Sidney Gilbert Letter to Matles, November 23, 1945
Folder 21 Local 502 General Incoming Correspondence, August 27, 1943 - June 15, 1949
1. James Matles to John Grotzinger Regarding Factionalism with Matles Letter to Charles Newell, June 15, 1949
2. Russ Nixon to John McGuire Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and War Production with December 20, 1943, Nixon Memo to Julius Emspak, December 17, 1943
3. Nixon to Sylvester Jesberger Regarding AFL-CIO Unity with February 18, 1947, Philip Murray Letter to William Green, February 19, 1947
4. David Ratner to Jesberger Regarding Group Insurance, July 11, 1946
5. David Schribner to McGuire, March 29, 1944
6. Schribner to Jesberger Regarding Dues Check-Off, August 20, 1945
7. A. N. Towsen to Eugene Kraus Regarding Wages, August 27, 1943
Folder 22 Local 502 General Outgoing Correspondence, February 13, 1947 - August 5, 1949
1. George Clouser to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, May 14, 1948
2. Clouser to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 502 Molded Materials Strike with July 1, 1948, Fitzgerald Letter to Charles Newell, June 28, 1948
3. Ed Ehrensberger to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, April 15, 1948
4. Ehrensberger to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 16, 1948
5. Ehrensberger to Newell Regarding Factionalism, March 25, 1949
6. Ehrensberger to Stanley Loney Regarding Factionalism, March 25, 1949
7. Ehrensberger to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Davido-Brehm Case with June 23, 1949, Fitzgerald Letter to Loney, June 20, 1949
8. Ehrensberger to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Davido-Brehm Case, August 5, 1949
9. John Grotzinger to Emspak Regarding 1948 UE Convention, September 15, 1948
10. Grotzinger to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, June 13, 1949
11. Jacob Heiberger to Emspak Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Strike and Factionalism with February 25, 1947, Emspak Letter to Thomas Fitzpatrick, February 13, 1947
Folder 23 Local 502 General Outgoing Correspondence, October 5, 1945 - December 30, 1947
1. Sylvester J. Jesberger to UE Regarding Staff Members, October 5, 1944
2. Jesberger to A. E. Kronenwetter Regarding Dues Check-Off, July 26, 1945
3. Jesberger to David Schribner Regarding Foremen and Dues Check-Off with Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Contract, August 8, 1945
4. Jesberger to James Matles Regarding Carbon Industry Organization with Carbon Plant List, November 6, 1945
5. Jesberger to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 8, 1945
6. Jesberger Letter to Emspak, February 20, 1946
7. Jesberger Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 502, April 3, 1946
8. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, May 21, 1946
9. Jesberger to Helen Leif Regarding Factionalism, June 4, 1946
10. Jesberger to Emsapk Regarding Local 502 Strike, July 17, 1946
11. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 13, 1947
12. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 502 Strike, March 11, 1947
13. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and CIO Southern Organizing Drive, March 25, 1947
14. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Punxsutawney Speer Carbon Organization and District 50 with May 16, 1947, Emspak Letter to Thomas Fitzpatrick, May 14, 1947
15. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 28, 1947
16. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Supplies with Membership Card, December 16, 1947
17. Jesberger to Emspak Regarding Local 633 Solar Electric Strike with December 22, 1947, Fitzpatrick Letter to All Local Unions, December 30, 1947
Folder 24 Local 502 General Outgoing Correspondence, December 30, 1940 - January 9, 1948
1. Sylvester Jesberger to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 502 Molded Materials with January 5, 1948, Jesberger Letter to Joseph Brandschain, January 9, 1948
2. Clair Kester to UE Regarding Airplane and Marine Instruments Charter and Contract and the War Labor Board, January 16, 1943
3. Kester to Emspak Regarding Airplane and Marine Instruments Charter, June 17, 1943
4. Eugene Kraus to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 30, 1940
5. Kraus to James Matles Regarding American Peace Conference, March 31, 1941
6. Kraus to Matles Regarding Local 502 Stackpole Carbon Collective Bargaining with UE News Reprint, October 6, 1941
7. Louise Maher to Emspak Regarding Local 502 Strike and Finances, April 5, 1946
8. John McGuire to Matles Regarding Smethport and Emporium Organization and Fur and Leather Workers, September 29, 1943
9. Matles to Emspak Regarding Cameron Manufacturing, December 1, 1943
10. Matles to Russ Nixon Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and Reconversion, December 13, 1943
11. Matles to Nixon Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and Reconversion with January 7-8, 1944, Drew Pearson Columns, January 8, 1944
12. Matles to Alfred Oyler Regarding Finances, February 24, 1944
13. Matles to Harold Briney Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and Unemployment, March 8, 1944
14. Matles to Emspak Regarding Finances, Unemployment and Cameron Manufacturing Speer Resistor, March 8, 1944
15. Matles to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Fourth War Loan Drive and Factionalism, March 8, 1944
16. Matles Telegram to David Schribner, April 2, 1944
17. Matles Telegram to Emspak, April 3, 1944
18. Matles to United States Department of Labor Regarding Local 502 Strike, undated
Folder 25 Local 502 General Outgoing Correspondence, December 7, 1940 - August 15, 1944
1. Athene Ryan Letter Regarding Finances, July 6, 1943
2. Helen Schneider to UE Regarding Supplies, May 10, 1944
3. Francis Seth to Julius Emspak Regarding Membership List, December 7, 1940
4. Seth to James Matles Regarding Daily Press Publishing Organization, January 22, 1941
5. Roman Stebich to Keystone Carbon Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1944
6. Stebich to National Labor Relations Board Regarding Local 502 Speer Carbon and Stackpole Carbon Strike and NLRB, April 19, 1944
7. Stebich to Molded Materials Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1944
8. Stebich to Speer Carbon Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1944
9. Stebich to Speer Resistor Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1944
10. Stebich to Stackpole Carbon Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1944
11. Stebich to Cameron Manufacturing Regarding Staff Members, April 19, 1944
12. John Wegemer to Emspak Regarding Local 502 Officers, August 15, 1944
Folder 26 Local 502 Finance Correspondence, December 26, 1940 - August 17, 1942
Folder 27 Local 502 Expense Forms, Larry Ryan, April 23 - June 6, 1942
Folder 28 Local 502 Finances, Bonding, January 6 - 26, 1941
1. Bond Questionnaire, January 6, 1941
2. National Surety Corporation Form, January 14, 1941
3. National Surety Corporation Form, January 26, 1941
Folder 29 Local 502 Sylvania Organizing Drive, September 29 - October 18, 1943
1. John McGuire to James Matles, September 29, 1943
2. Fred Haug to Julius Emspak, September 29, 1943
3. Emspak to Hugh Harley, October 6, 1943
4. Harley to Emspak, October 1943
5. Hi-Grade Sylvania Report, October 12, 1943
6. Walter Mugford to Emspak, October 13, 1943
7. Mugford to Michael Fitzpatrick, October 13, 1943
8. William Chambers to Emspak, October 18, 1943
Folder 30 Local 502 Airplane and Marine Instruments Charter, July 7 - October 6, 1943
1. Larry Ryan to Fred Haug, July 7, 1943
2. William Chambers to Julius Emspak, July 13, 1943
3. Michael Fitzpatrick to Emspak, October 4, 1943
4. Emspak to Fitzpatrick, October 6, 1943
Folder 31 Local 502 Stackpole and Speer Carbon Strike, March 29 - June 21, 1944
1. David Schribner to Leo Turner, March 29, 1944
2. Allan McNeil Memo to Schribner, March 30, 1944
3. Schribner Memo, April 12, 1944
4. McNeil Telegram to Schribner, April 20, 1944
5. McNeil to Jessica Rhine, April 20, 1944
6. McNeil to Emspak, April 20, 1944
7. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram to Department of Labor, April 21, 1944
8. Schribner Telegram to Neil Brant, April 21, 1944
9. Rhine to Schribner, June 21, 1944
Folder 32 Local 502 Financial Questions, May 8 - July 7, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Allan McNeil, May 8, 1944
2. Emspak to McNeil, June 20, 1944
3. Emspak to Walter Mugford, July 7, 1944
Folder 33 Local 502 1944 UE Convention Delegates, September 18 - 22, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Leo Turner, September 18, 1944
2. Turner to Emspak, September 22, 1944
Folder 34 Local 502 Stackpole and Speer Carbon Negotiation, December 20, 1945 - July 9, 1946
1. Alfred Oyler to Thomas Fitzpatrick, December 20, 1945
2. Oyler to Julius Emspak, March 26, 1946
3. Oyler Telegram to Emspak, March 27, 1946
4. Oyler to David Schribner, July 9, 1946
Folder 35 Local 502 St. Marys, PA, Stackpole Carbon Company, May 7, 1936 - March 2, 1938
Folder 36 Local 502 St. Marys, PA, Stackpole Carbon Company General Correspondence, March 4, 1937 - February 25, 1938
Folder 37 Local 502 Duffy Case, November 28, 1948 - August 25, 1949
1. District Council Minutes, November 28, 1948
2. Winchard Dee to Albert Fitzgerald with Petition and June 13, 1949, Local 502 Membership Meeting Minutes, July 20, 1949
3. Fitzgerald to Charles Newell, July 28, 1949
4. Action of the General Executive Board, August 10-11, 1949
5. Stanley Loney to Julius Emspak, August 11, 1949
6. Emspak to Ed Ehrensberger, August 17, 1949
7. Ehrensberger to Emspak, August 24, 1949
8. Notes on Local 502, August 25, 1949
9. An Appeal, undated
10. Memorandum: Chronology of Events, undated
Folder 38 Local 502 Davido-Brehm Case, March 22 - October 20, 1949
1. Frank Davido to Stanley Loney, March 22, 1949
2. Loney to Albert Fitzgerald, June 28, 1949
3. Appeal to the General Executive Board, June 28-29, 1949
4. Finding in the Appeals of Frank Davido and Francis Brehm, July 24, 1949
5. Julius Emspak to Loney, August 8, 1949
6. Data on Local 502, August 11, 1949
7. Loney to Emspak, August 12, 1949
8. Local 502 Appeal, September 17-18, 1949
9. Emspak to James Price, October 20, 1949
Folder 39 Local 502 1949 UE Convention Delegates, August 15 - September 16, 1949
1. Charles Newell to Albert Fitzgerald, August 15, 1949
2. Winchard Dee to Fitzgerald with an Appeal, August 23, 1949
3. David Schribner to Newell, September 9, 1949
4. Newell to Schribner, September 16, 1949
Folder 40 Local 502 Correspondence, November 4, 1942 - July 12, 1948
1. Athene Ryan to Julius Emspak Regarding Sylvania Organization, November 4, 1942
2. Ryan to Emspak Regarding Sylvania Organization, November 9, 1942
3. Carl Zimmer to Herbert Deininger Regarding Reconversion and Cameron Manufacturing, December 31, 1943
4. Peter Besch to James Matles Regarding Johnson Bronze, November 14, 1945
5. Alfred Oyler to Emspak Regarding Constitution, August 20, 1946
6. Charles Newell to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 502 Molded Material Contract, July 12, 1948
Folder 41 Local 502 Leaflets, November 10, 1944 - October 10, 1950
1. "Calling St. Mary's", November 10, 1944
2. "Open Letter to 502 Members", 1944
3. "Attention All IUE-CIO Members", October 10, 1950
4. Speer Carbon, Dues Check-Off Cards, undated
Folder 42 Local 502 Newspaper Clippings, November 5, 1940
1-3. The Daily Press, November 5, 1940
4-5. Erie Daily Times, November 5, 1940
6. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 5, 1940

Section: Local 503

Folder 43 Local 503 Officers List, September 24, 1941
Folder 44 Local 503 Incoming Correspondence, June 3 - 14, 1937
1. Julius Emspak to H.C. Carlson Regarding Finances, June 3, 1937
2. Emspak to Carlson Regarding Supplies, June 14, 1937
Folder 45 Local 503 Incoming Correspondence, June 24, 1937 - October 8, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to H.C. Carlson Regarding Finances,
2. Emspak to Edgar Perkan Regarding Finances, September 29, 1937
3. Emspak to Ralph Anders Regarding Finances, November 8, 1940
4. Emspak to Anders Regarding Finances, December 18, 1940
5. Emspak to Almond Clough Regarding 1941 UE Convention, June 19, 1941
6. Emspak to Walter Mugford Regarding Disbanding, October 8, 1945
7. James Matles to Clough Regarding Local 503 Erie Corrugated Box Contract, August 11, 1941
8. Matles to Arnold Miller Regarding Supplies, September 2, 1942
9. Albert Stonkus to Frank Salzer Regarding Utility Industry, July 28, 1937
Folder 46 Local 503 Outgoing Correspondence, June 17, 1937 - October 15, 1945
1. H.C. Carlson to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 17, 1937
2. Carlson to Albert Stonkus Regarding Jurisdiction, February 26, 1938
3. Almond Clough to Emspak Regarding Officers and Organizing at Erie Corrugated Box and Erie Resistor, June 21, 1941
4. Harrison Hogan to UE Regarding Disbanding, October 1, 1945
5. Michael Mellish to James Matles Regarding Supplies, September 23, 1941
6. Arnold Miller to Matles, August 10, 1942
7. Miller to Matles Regarding Organization at Erie Resistor and Bliley Electric, August 31, 1942
8. Walter Mugford to Emspak Regarding Motion Picture Projectionists, October 15, 1945
9. Edgar Perkan to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 2, 1937
10. Geraldine Reaher to Emspak Regarding Address, December 1941
11. Frank Salzer to Emspak Regarding Local 503 Officers, August 6, 1937
Folder 47 Local 503 General Correspondence, 1942 - 1943
Folder 48 Local 503 Erie, PA, Financial Secretary Reports, 1937 - 1938

Section: Local 506


Box 5
Folder 1 Local 506 Constitution, Amendment with Robert Light Letter to Julius Emspak, July 7, 1943
Folder 2 Local 506 Officers Lists, December 1942 - 1949
Folder 3 Local 506 Membership Resolution Regarding Factionalism, 1949
Folder 4 Local 506 Executive Board, Union Shop Issue To Be Raised at the Conference Board Meeting, February 2, 1942
Folder 5 Local 506 Stewards Council Resolution Regarding Cardinal Mintzeny with February 15, 1949, Al George Letter to Julius Emspak, February 1949
Folder 6 Local 506 Women's Committee, Statement to Officers and Membership, August 6, 1952
Folder 7 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Incoming Correspondence, December 18, 1940 - April 29, 1949
1. Joseph Dermody Regarding Wages, March 29, 1944
2. Dermody Telegram Regarding Local 506 General Electric Contract, Wages and Job Classification, May 16, 1944
3. Dermody Telegram Regarding Grievances, July 29, 1944
4. Dermody Telegram Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Job Classifications, August 29, 1945
5. Dermody Regarding Finances, April 29, 1949
6. Julius Emspak Telegram Regarding Overtime and Holidays, December 17, 1940
7. Emspak Telegram Regarding Overtime, December 18, 1940
8. Emspak Regarding Overtime, December 18, 1940
9. Emspak Regarding GE Conference, January 22, 1941
10. Emspak Telegram Regarding Publicity, March 19, 1941
11. Emspak Regarding Wages, May 14, 1941
12. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Grievances, May 27, 1941
13. Emspak Telegram Regarding Grievances and Profit Sharing, July 17, 1941
14. Emspak Telegram Regarding Grievances, July 23, 1941
15. Emspak Telegram, July 30, 1941
16. Emspak Regarding Seniority and Wages, July 30, 1941
17. Emspak Regarding Grievances, October 29, 1941
18. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Wages, November 17, 1941
19. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Local 506 Erie General Electric Contract, November 22, 1941
20. Emspak Regarding Wages and Maintenance Men, November 26, 1941
21. Emspak Telegram Regarding White Collar Workers and National Labor Relations Board, December 11, 1941
Folder 8 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Incoming Correspondence, October 29, 1942 - August 15, 1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Ladies Auxiliary, October 29, 1942
2. Secretary to Emspak Letter, November 10, 1942
3. Emspak Regarding Overtime and Unemployment, November 27, 1942
4. Secretary to Emspak Letter, December 1, 1942
5. Secretary to Emspak Telegram, December 17, 1942
6. Emspak Regarding Grievances and War Labor Board, December 21, 1942
7. Emspak Telegram Regarding War Production Board and Overtime, December 31, 1942
8. Secretary to Emspak Letter, January 12, 1943
9. Emspak Telegram, February 3, 1943
10. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Grievances, February 12, 1943
11. Emspak Letter, February 25, 1943
12. Emspak Regarding Grievances, February 26, 1943
13. Emspak Regarding GE Conference Board, February 26, 1943
14. Emspak Regarding Leave of Absence, April 4, 1943
15. Emspak Regarding Grievances, May 11, 1943
16. Emspak Regarding Back Pay and Grievances, May 11, 1943
17. Emspak Regarding Wages, May 11, 1943
18. Emspak Regarding Membership List, May 11, 1943
19. Emspak Regarding Local 506 Erie GE Strike, May 18, 1943
20. Emspak Letter, May 21, 1943
21. Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 4, 1943
22. Emspak Telegram Regarding Food Poisoning, August 5, 1943
23. Emspak Telegram Regarding Labor Day Rally, August 15, 1943
Folder 9 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Incoming Correspondence, June 16, 1943 - March 5, 1954
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 4, 1944
2. Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, August 10, 1944
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 1, 1944
4. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 27, 1945
5. Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues, November 18, 1946
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 12, 1947
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 4, 1947
8. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 30, 1947
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Publicity, August 13, 1948
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 14, 1949
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 18, 1949
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 5, 1954
13. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Day, July 14, 1944
14. Al Hartwell Telegram Regarding Political Action Committee, September 1, 1944
15. Leo Jandreau Regarding Tool and Die Makers, Wages and War Labor Board, June 16, 1943
16. Jandreau Telegram Regarding White Collar Workers, July 21, 1943
17. Jandreau Regarding Grievances, War Labor Board and White Collar Workers with September 14, 1943, W. R. Burrows Letters to Jandreau and H. L. Emmet, September 28, 1943
Folder 10 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Incoming Correspondence, April 4, 1941 - April 13, 1949
1. Leo Jandreau Regarding Food Poisoning and Medical Expenses with September 11, 1943, G. H. Pfeif Letter to Jandreau, September 30, 1943
2. Jandreau Regarding Local 618, White Collar Workers, Women and War Labor Board, October 11, 1943
3. Jandreau Regarding Wages and Time Study, October 11, 1943
4. Jandreau Regarding Executive Order 9240 and Overtime, November 11, 1943
5. Jandreau Telegram Regarding Local 506 Election, November 19, 1943
6. Jandreau Regarding White Collar Workers Organization, December 27, 1943
7. Eleanor Holden, Secretary to Jandreau, Regarding Grievances, January 7, 1944
8. Jandreau Regarding Maintenance of Membership, March 2, 1944
9. James Matles Regarding Patrolmen and Grievances, April 4, 1941
10. Matles Regarding Policemen, Grievances and Time Study Workers, May 14, 1941
11. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers Organization and Time Study Workers, May 15, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Pattern Makers, May 15, 1941
13. Matles Regarding UE News, May 16, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 1, 1941
15. Matles Letter, December 16, 1941
16. Matles Telegram Regarding Policemen, 1941
17. Matles Telegram Regarding General Electric Organization, January 22, 1942
18. Matles Regarding GE Conference, January 26, 1942
19. Matles Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, March 6, 1942
20. Matles Regarding Local 618 and White Collar Workers Organization, February 3, 1943
21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 19, 1943
22. Matles Telegram Regarding UE News, July 14, 1943
23. Matles Telegram, February 13, 1947
24. Matles Telegram Regarding Reservations, February 17, 1947
25. Matles Letter, April 13, 1949
Folder 11 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Incoming Correspondence, June 9, 1952 - June 29, 1955
1. James Matles Regarding Grievances and Planners and Wage Rate Workers, June 9, 1952
2. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Women with March 1, 1953, Rose Sharie Letter to Albert Fitzgerald and Matles Letter to Olive Nelson, March 13, 1953
3. Turk Telegram Regarding Reservations, undated
4. Letter Regarding Staff Finances with June 21, 1955, Letter to William Toll, June 29, 1955
Folder 12 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Outgoing Correspondence, February 29, 1940 - September 24, 1941
1. Kennedy Telegram to Joseph Dermody Regarding Supplies, February 29, 1940
2. Kennedy to Julius Emspak Regarding Overtime and Holidays, December 12, 1940
3. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Overtime, December 12, 1940
4. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 506 Executive Board Meeting, December 16, 1940
5. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Overtime and Holidays, December 17, 1940
6. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime and Holidays, December 17, 1940
7. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime and Holidays, December 18, 1940
8. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Wages and Apprenticeship, January 15, 1941
9. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Wages with Wage Request Card, March 28, 1941
10. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Wages, March 29, 1941
11. Kennedy to James Matles Regarding Policemen and American Federation of Labor Inter-Union Rivalry,
12. Kennedy to Matles Regarding Local 618, Time Study Workers and Policemen, May 7, 1941
13. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages, May 7, 1941
14. Kennedy to Matles Regarding UE News, May 15, 1941
15. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Wages, May 16, 1941
16. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Grievances, Wages and Job Classifications with Letter of Grievance, May 23, 1941
17. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Profit Sharing, July 16, 1941
18. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Grievances, July 22, 1941
19. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Grievances, July 29, 1941
20. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, September 24, 1941
Folder 13 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Outgoing Correspondence, October 9, 1941 - December 31, 1942
1. Kennedy to Julius Emspak Regarding General Electric Contract, October 9, 1941
2. Kennedy Telegram to James Matles Regarding Police Organization, October 24, 1941
3. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Wages and Job Classifications, November 11, 1941
4. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Wages, November 21, 1941
5. Kennedy to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Wages, November 21, 1941
6. Kennedy to Art McCollough Regarding Grievances and Wages, November 1941
7. Kennedy Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 618, Draftsmen and National Labor Relations Board Election, December 11, 1941
8. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Grievances, December 23, 1941
9. Kennedy Telegram to Matles Regarding General Electric Conference, January 22, 1942
10. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding GE, January 29, 1942
11. Kennedy to Matles Regarding Wages and UE News, March 12, 1942
12. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding GE Collective Bargaining, Overtime, Incentive, Grievances and Women, October 21, 1942
13. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Ladies Auxiliary and Stewards Banquet, October 26, 1942
14. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak, October 29, 1942
15. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Membership, November 6, 1942
16. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding GE Collective Bargaining, Overtime, Incentive, Women and Conscription, November 14, 1942
17. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime, War Labor Board and Grievances, November 21, 1942
18. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Women, December 2, 1942
19. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Cleanup Time, December 5, 1942
20. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Stewards, December 14, 1942
21. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Overtime and War Labor Board, December 17, 1942
22. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Holidays, December 31, 1942
Folder 14 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Outgoing Correspondence, January 4 - March 31, 1943
1. Kennedy to Julius Emspak Regarding General Electric Conference Board, January 4, 1943
2. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Productivity, January 7, 1943
3. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime, January 8, 1943
4. Kennedy Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Publicity, February 1, 1943
5. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Overtime, February 3, 1943
6. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime, Tool and Die Makers, Incentive and Grievances, February 10, 1943
7. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding GE Conference Board, February 10, 1943
8. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Grievances, Seniority and Unemployment with Grievance No. 1943-44 and Foreman's Answer, February 20, 1943
9. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime with Erie County Press Clipping and Rules for Payment of Overtime Premium, February 26, 1943
10. Kennedy to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 3, 1943
11. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Local 618, Women and Grievances, March 19, 1943
12. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Seniority, March 20, 1943
13. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Maintenance of Membership, March 20, 1943
14. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Leave of Absence, March 20, 1943
15. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Back Pay, March 24, 1943
16. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Overtime, March 26, 1943
17. Kennedy Telegram to Matles Regarding Maintenance of Membership, March 31, 1943
Folder 15 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Outgoing Correspondence, April 8 - October 4, 1943
1. Kennedy Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Maintenance of Membership, April 8, 1943
2. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Job Training and Wages, May 6, 1943
3. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Employee List, May 7, 1943
4. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Speed-Up and Wages, May 18, 1943
5. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Dues with Deduction Card, June 2, 1943
6. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Tool and Die Makers and War Labor Board, June 4, 1943
7. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Vacations, June 12, 1943
8. Kennedy to James Matles Regarding Staff Members with Letter to James Carey, July 7, 1943
9. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 618 and Time Study Workers, July 8, 1943
10. Kennedy Telegram to Matles Regarding UE News, July 13, 1943
11. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Food Poisoning, August 3, 1943
12. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Joint War Production Rally, August 3, 1943
13. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Food Poisoning with Erie County Press Clipping; August 2, 1943, B. W. Reagan Letter to Kennedy; and July 31, 1943, Food Service Inspection, August 6, 1943
14. Kennedy to Leo Jandreau Regarding Local 618, Women, Grievances and Wages with August 30, 1943, Grievance of Thelma Hiller, September 30, 1943
15. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Women, Wages, Job Classifications and Grievances, October 14, 1943
16. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Grievances and Wages, October 4, 1943
Folder 16 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Outgoing Correspondence, October 5, 1943 - May 5, 1947
1. Kennedy to Leo Jandreau Regarding Grievances, No-Strike Pledge and Beatings with September 23, 1943, Meeting with Managers Committee Regarding Eva Ganza Case; Kennedy Company Case 803; and October 4, 1943, H. L. R. Emmet Statement, October 5, 1943
2. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding National Labor Relations Board Election, Local 618, Grievances and Women, October 21, 1943
3. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Overtime and Absenteeism, November 5, 1943
4. Kennedy Telegram to Jandreau Regarding Local 506 Officers Election, November 19, 1943
5. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Absenteeism, November 30, 1943
6. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Holidays and War Production Board, December 8, 1943
7. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Group Leaders, December 9, 1943
8. Kennedy to Jandreau Regarding Grievances, January 5, 1944
9. Kennedy to Julius Emspak Regarding GE Conference Board, February 19, 1944
10. Kennedy to Jandreau, February 24, 1944
11. Kennedy to Joseph Dermody Regarding Wages, March 23, 1944
12. Kennedy Telegram to Dermody Regarding GE Contract, April 5, 1944
13. Kennedy Telegram to Dermody Regarding Maintenance of Membership, April 8, 1944
14. Kennedy Telegram to Emspak Regarding GE Contract, May 1, 1944
15. Kennedy Telegram to Dermody Regarding GE Contract, May 13, 1944
16. Kennedy to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Day Parade, June 19, 1944
17. Kennedy to Harold Briney Regarding Finances with August 9, 1944, Briney Letter to Emspak, August 8, 1944
18. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, August 9, 1944
19. Kennedy Telegram to A. Hartwell Regarding Political Action Committee, September 1, 1944
20. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 18, 1945
21. Kennedy Telegram to Joseph Dermody Regarding GE Collective Bargaining, February 25, 1946
22. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues, November 13, 1946
23. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 4, 1947
24. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 618, March 31, 1947
25. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 5, 1947
Folder 17 Local 506 Business Agent James Kennedy Outgoing Correspondence, April 29, 1949 - March 2, 1954
1. Kennedy to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1949
2. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 2, 1949
3. Kennedy to James Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry with Matles Letter to Philip Murray, April 22, 1950
4. Kennedy to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and District Council, September 30, 1952
5. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Nelson Testimonial Dinner, February 26, 1954
6. Kennedy to Emspak Regarding Anti-Communism and Dismissals, March 2, 1954
7. Kennedy to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 1959
Folder 18 Local 506 President John Nelson Incoming Correspondence, August 30, 1944 - March 25, 1954
1. William Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts and Publicity, January 12, 1954
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Wages and General Electric, Westinghouse, and General Motor Contracts, June 6, 1947
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 27, 1950
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 1, 1950
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 5, 1950
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1950
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 15, 1950
8. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 19, 1950
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Sharon Westinghouse, May 24, 1950
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Dues Check-Off, August 28, 1950
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 3, 1950
12. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram, August 30, 1944
13. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 506 10th Anniversary with Anniversary Greetings, May 22, 1947
14. Secretary to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 506 Annual Picnic with Picnic Greetings, July 26, 1949
15. Fitzgerald Letter, March 25, 1954
16. Herbert Hirschberg Regarding East Liverpool, January 17, 1952
Folder 19 Local 506 President John Nelson Incoming Correspondence, May 17, 1946 - August 5, 1955
1. James Matles Regarding Local 506 Picnic, May 17, 1946
2. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 9, 1947
3. Matles Regarding Time Study and Radio Corporation of America, November 11, 1947
4. Matles Letter, October 6, 1950
5. Matles Letter, December 7, 1950
6. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 4, 1951
7. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, October 23, 1951
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1953
9. Matles Regarding Supplies, January 18, 1954
10. Matles Regarding Anti-Communism, January 20, 1954
11. Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, June 9, 1954
12. Matles Regarding Monroe Calculator and IUE Inter-Union Rivarly, November 4, 1954
13. Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, November 11, 1954
14. Matles Regarding Local 442 IUE Strike, Bloomfield GE and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, November 29, 1954
15. Matles Regarding Finances, Decembre 22, 1954
16. Matles Regarding Newspapers, January 14, 1955
17. Matles Regarding Employment, August 5, 1955
18. Mimi Segal Regarding Supplies, May 22, 1947
19. Letter Regarding Publicity, December 2, 1951
Folder 20 Local 506 President John Nelson Outgoing Correspondence, August 30, 1944 - January 15, 1954
1. Nelson to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Day Celebration and Erie with Labor Day Program, August 22, 1949
2. Nelson Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Day Celebration and Erie, August 30, 1944
3. Nelson to James Matles Regarding Local 506 and 618 Picnic, May 8, 1946
4. Nelson to Matles Regarding Stewards and Officers Meeting, February 3, 1947
5. Nelson to Julius Emspak Regarding GE Wages, May 5, 1947
6. Nelson to Bill Cahn Regarding Publicity, February 23, 1948
7. Nelson to Lafayette Hotel, Buffalo, Regarding Reservations, June 14, 1948
8. Nelson to Emspak Regarding Local 312 Strike Fund, June 24, 1948
9. Nelson to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 17, 1950
10. Nelson to Emspak Regarding Finances with May 15, 1950, Emspak Letter to Stanley Loney, May 12, 1950
11. Nelson to Joseph Dermody Regarding UE Facts for Action, August 4, 1950
12. Nelson to Emspak Regarding Labor Organization Registration, November 3, 1950
13. Nelson to Herb Hirschberg Regarding Organization, January 2, 1952
14. Nelson to Emspak Regarding Strike Funds, November 19, 1952
15. Nelson to Matles Regarding Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Meeting, March 11, 1953
16. Nelson to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, January 15, 1954
Folder 21 Local 506 Harry R. Britton Correspondence, 1966
Folder 22 Local 506 General Incoming Correspondence, December 26, 1940 - October 20, 1955
1. Janet Barish to Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, March 4, 1947
2. Barish to Harriet Bliss Regarding Staff Finances, October 20, 1955
3. Bill Cahn to Harry Phelps Regarding Publicity, February 24, 1947
4. Cahn to Barney Taylor Regarding Publicity, April 8, 1949
5. Cahn to Willard Bliss Regarding Publicity, August 16, 1949
6. Julius Emspak to Robert Mackay Regarding Mailing List, October 17, 1940
7. Emspak to Beatrice Wise Regarding Staff Finances, November 27, 1950
8. Emspak to Ray Konkel Regarding White Collar Workers, December 26, 1940
9. Emspak to N. E. Nicholson, January 8, 1941
10. Emspak to Mackay Regarding Staff Finances, February 4, 1941
11. Secretary to Emspak to Stanley Williams, March 10, 1941
12. Emspak to Stanley Williams Regarding Contract Service Department, March 11, 1941
13. Emspak to Williams Regarding Grievance, April 9, 1941
14. Emspak to Art Theinel Regarding Supplies, April 9, 1941
15. Emspak to Williams Regarding Conscription, April 18, 1941
16. Secretary to Emspak to Harriet Warren, December 15, 1941
17. Emspak to Warren Regarding Song Books, November 21, 1941
18. Emspak to John Davis Regarding Gold Mine Strikers Fund, February 16, 1942
19. Secretary to Emspak to John Bucceri Regarding Ray Will Case, May 11, 1942
20. Emspak to Bucceri Regarding Ray Will Case, May 15, 1942
Folder 23 Local 506 General Incoming Correspondence, June 3, 1942 - September 27, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to John Davis Regarding Ray Will Case with G. H. Pfeif Letter to Emspak, June 3, 1942
2. Emspak to Davis Regarding Resolution, June 3, 1942
3. Emspak to Harry Phelps Regarding Membership, July 1, 1942
4. Emspak to Davis Regarding Supplies and Officers, August 6, 1942
5. Emspak to Davis Regarding Inter-Departmental Transfers, September 24, 1942
6. Secretary to Emspak to Hugh Harley Regarding Meeting, October 7, 1942
7. Emspak to Davis Regarding Membership Reports, January 4, 1943
8. Emspak to Harley Regarding Stewards Meeting, May 18, 1943
9. Emspak to Harley, May 21, 1943
10. Emspak to David L. Rosston and Company Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1943
11. Emspak to Dallas Adams Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1943
12. Eleanor Holden, Secretary to Emspak, Telegram to Wilber White, September 29, 1943
13. Emspak Telegram to White Regarding Staff Finances, October 7, 1943
14. Emspak to Mackay Regarding Foremen's Unions, February 11, 1944
15. Emspak to Harold Briney Regarding Staff Finances, August 16, 1944
16. Emspak to William MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, January 17, 1947
17. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, October 7, 1948
18. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, March 3, 1950
19. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, March 10, 1950
20. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, March 20, 1950
21. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, March 24, 1950
22. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, March 31, 1950
23. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, April 7, 1950
24. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, April 14, 1950
25. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances, April 21, 1950
26. Emspak to MacMillen Regarding Staff Finances with Worksheets, September 27, 1950
27. N. P. Feinsinger to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding GE and National Labor Relations Board, February 25, 1944
Folder 24 Local 506 General Incoming Correspondence, February 26, 1942 - April 1, 1953
1. Albert Fitzgerald to John Davis Regarding New Office, February 26, 1942
2. Fitzgerald to Olive Nelson Regarding Staff Members, March 6, 1953
3. Fitzgerald to Rose Sharie Regarding Staff Members, March 6, 1953
4. Fitzgerald to Nelson Regarding Staff Members, April 1, 1953
5. Fitzgerald to Sharie Regarding Staff Members, April 1, 1953
6. Leo Jandreau to G. H. Pfeif Regarding Food Poisoning, September 8, 1943
7. Jandreau to Pfeif Regarding General Electric Grievances, October 8, 1943
8. Jandreau to Local 506 Regarding Schenectady Tool Maker Case with Statement by the Union Regarding GE and Local 301, October 13, 1943
9. Jandreau to Pfeif Regarding Grievances and GE Meeting, October 15, 1943
10. Jandreau to Pfeif Regarding GE Grievances, November 11, 1943
11. Jandreau to Pfeif Regarding Absenteeism, December 3, 1943
12. Jandreau to Willard Bliss Regarding Staff Finances, February 9, 1944
13. Frederick Livingston to Spencer Walker Regarding Staff Finances, October 15, 1945
Folder 25 Local 506 General Incoming Correspondence, February 21, 1942 - October 7, 1954
1. James Matles to John Bucceri Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, March 6, 1942
2. Matles to William MacMillen Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, March 6, 1942
3. Matles to Larry Ryan Regarding Staff Finances, March 20, 1942
4. Matles to Arthur McCollough Regarding Staff Members, June 29, 1942
5. Matles to John Davis Regarding Organization, August 24, 1942
6. Matles Telegram to Hugh Harley Regarding Local 506 Organization, April 9, 1943
7. Matles Telegram to Fred Haug Regarding Organization, April 9, 1943
8. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, to Robert Mackay, January 24, 1944
9. Matles to Bliss, March 13, 1951
10. Matles to Bliss Regarding Publicity, May 13, 1952
11. Matles to Olive Nelson Regarding Staff Members and Organization, March 13, 1952
12. Matles to Nelson Regarding Inter-Union Correspondence, April 8, 1953
13. Secretary to Matles to Rose Sharie Regarding Meeting, April 9, 1953
14. Matles to Charles Kerns Regarding Local 957 Square D Company Strike, October 6, 1954
15. Matles to Bliss Regarding Publicity, IUE Conference Board and Boulware, October 7, 1954
16. Albert Olson to Local 506 Regarding Staff Finances with Letter to Eleanor Holden, July 23, 1943
17. Joseph Pleszeski to McCollough Regarding Contract Negotiations, White Collar Workers and Organization, February 21, 1942
18. David Schribner Memo to Leo Jandreau Regarding Food Poisoning, August 27, 1943
19. Schribner to Jim Regarding General Electric - International Association of Machinists Petition for Toolmakers, July 1, 1953
Folder 26 Local 506 General Outgoing Correspondence, February 27, 1942 - January 7, 1955
1. Harriet Bliss to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 7, 1955
2. Willard Bliss to Tom Wright Regarding Publicity, August 10, 1949
3. Willard Bliss to Wright Regarding Publicity, August 15, 1949
4. Willard Bliss to Matles Regarding Publicity, Wages, Philco Working Conditions and Radio Corporation of America, November 21, 1949
5. Willard Bliss to Matles Regarding Publicity and Contract Comparison, November 28, 1949
6. Willard Bliss to Julius Emspak Regarding Libel Case, February 13, 1950
7. Willard Bliss to Bill Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 21, 1950
8. Willard Bliss to Cahn Regarding Publicity, October 24, 1950
9. Willard Bliss to Matles Regarding Publicity, March 5, 1954
10. Willard Bliss to Matles Regarding Publicity, Lynn General Electric and Schenectady, October 4, 1954
11. Willard Bliss to Matles Regarding Publicity, October 11, 1954
12. Willard Bliss to Matles Regarding Publicity, IUE and GE, October 22, 1954
13. Neil Brant to Leo Jandreau Regarding Wages, December 15, 1943
14. H. K. Briney Memo to Emspak, August 21, 1944
15. John Bucceri to Matles Regarding Hugh Harley Support, February 27, 1942
16. Bucceri to Matles Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, March 3, 1942
17. Bucceri to Emspak Regarding United Automobile Workers and Wages, May 8, 1942
18. Bucceri to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Ray Will Case with Emspak Letter to G. H. Pfeif, May 8, 1942
19. Bucceri to Emspak Regarding Ray Will Case, July 2, 1942
Folder 27 Local 506 General Outgoing Correspondence, February 13 - December 30, 1942
1. John Davis to Julius Emspak Regarding Strike Donation and Canadian Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, February 13, 1942
2. Davis to James Matles Regarding Hugh Harley and Organization, February 17, 1942
3. Davis to Emspak Regarding Officers, February 18, 1942
4. Davis to Emspak Regarding Officers, February 23, 1942
5. Davis to Albert Fitzgerald, Emspak and Matles Regarding New Office, February 23, 1942
6. Davis to Fitzgerald Regarding War Production with Letter to H. L. R. Emmet and GE Works Manager, March 3, 1942
7. Davis to Matles Regarding Hugh Harley and Organization, March 10, 1942
8. Davis to Fitzgerald Regarding New Office, March 12, 1942
9. Davis to Fitzgerald Regarding New Office, March 19, 1942
10. Davis to Emspak Regarding Joint Labor Management Committee Proposal and GE, March 20, 1942
11. Davis Telegram to Matles Regarding Refrigeration Conversion Committee and GE, March 21, 1942
12. Davis Telegram to Emspak Regarding Meeting, April 1, 1942
13. Davis to Emspak Regarding GE Management, April 14, 1942
14. Davis Telegram to Congressman R. L. Rogers and Senators Joseph Guffey and James Davis Regarding Franklin Delano Roosevelt's War Economy Message, April 29, 1942
15. Davis Telegram to Franklin D. Roosevelt Regarding His War Economy Message, April 29, 1942
16. Davis Telegram to Charlie Barber Regarding Rent Freeze, May 4, 1942
17. Davis to Emspak Regarding Grievances, May 19, 1942
18. Davis to Emspak Regarding Non-Union GE Printing Shop, May 26, 1942
19. Davis to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 31, 1942
20. Davis to Emspak Regarding Inter-Departmental Transfers, September 16, 1942
21. Davis to Emspak Regarding Grievances, December 1, 1942
22. Davis to Emspak Regarding Officers, December 29, 1942
23. Davis to Emspak Regarding Membership, December 30, 1942
Folder 28 Local 506 General Outgoing Correspondence, August 23, 1941 - June 1, 1949
1. Michael Fitzpatrick to Ray Klausner Regarding Address Change, November 28, 1944
2. Thomas J. Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, October 4, 1946
3. Thomas Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 30, 1947
4. Thomas Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 25, 1947
5. Fred Gardner to Joseph Dermody Regarding Local 506 Election, June 1, 1949
6. Hugh Harley to Emspak, August 23, 1941
7. Harley to Emspak Regarding General Electric Police and Firemen and Ushers, October 4, 1941
8. Harley Telegram to Emspak Regarding Publicity and Wages, January 26, 1942
9. Harley to Emspak Regarding Refrigerator Conversion, February 19, 1942
10. Harley to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, February 19, 1942
11. Harley to Emspak Regarding Wages and Local 618 Dues, May 14, 1942
12. Harley to Emspak Regarding Ray Wills Case and Harry Klugiewicz Case, August 28, 1942
13. Harley to James Matles Regarding Local 506 Organization, August 21, 1942
14. Harley to Emspak Regarding Absenteeism and Membership, October 5, 1942
15. Harley to Emspak Regarding GE Conference Board, Membership, Overtime, Production and Women's Wages, October 6, 1942
16. Harley to Matles Regarding Local 506 Executive Board, January 2, 1943
17. Harley to Matles Regarding Dues with Local 506 List of Dues and Initiations, January 21, 1943
Folder 29 Local 506 General Outgoing Correspondence, December 25, 1940 - April 1, 1953
1. Ray Konkel to Julius Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, December 25, 1940
2. Rose Leone to Emspak Regarding Local 506 Officers, July 23, 1941
3. Robert Light Telegram to UE News Regarding Publicity, February 25, 1948
4. Robert Mackay to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 26, 1940
5. Mackay to Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipt, February 5, 1941
6. Mackay to Emspak Regarding Publicity, March 23, 1941
7. Mackay to James Matles Regarding Foremen Organization, undated
8. William MacMillan to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Staff, February 1942
9. MacMillan to UE Regarding United Packinghouse Workers Strike, January 1949
10. MacMillan to Stanley Loney Regarding Finances with May 22, 1953, Receipt, April 29, 1953
11. Olive Nelson to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Women, January 26, 1953
12. Nelson to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Women and Staff Members, February 25, 1953
13. Nelson to Matles Regarding Women and Staff Members, April 1, 1953
14. Harry Phelps to Emspak Regarding Dues and Local 506 Constitution, June 1942
15. Phelps to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee and Local 622, January 7, 1947
16. Joseph Pleszeski to Emspak Regarding Pensions with Clipping, April 1943
17. Larry Ryan to Matles Regarding Armed Forces, August 4, 1943
18. Rose Sharie to Matles Regarding Women, Staff Members and White Collar Workers, January 27, 1953
Folder 30 Local 506 General Outgoing Correspondence, November 20, 1940 - October 14, 1953
1. Rose Sharie to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Women and Staff Members, March 1, 1953
2. Sharie to James Matles Regarding Women, April 16, 1953
3. Sharie to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 1953
4. Charles Treacy to UE News Regarding Education, February 7, 1944
5. Spencer Walker to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 11, 1945
6. Harriet Warren to Emspak Regarding Songbooks, November 20, 1941
7. Warren to Emspak Regarding Supplies, undated
8. Wilbur White to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 16, 1942
9. White to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 8, 1942
10. White Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 22, 1943
11. White to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 16, 1943
12. J. White Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1943
13. Stanley Williams to Emspak Regarding Grievances, March 7, 1941
14. Williams to Emspak Regarding Grievances, April 3, 1941
15. Williams to Emspak Regarding Films, April 5, 1941
16. Williams to Emspak Regarding Conscription, April 10, 1941
17. Williams Telegram to Emspak Regarding GE Collective Bargaining and Wages, April 26, 1941
18. Beatrice Wise to Matles Regarding Dues, November 20, 1940
19. Local 506 Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages, April 1941
20. Executive Committee to Emspak Regarding Finances with Bank Statement and Reconcilement and June 30, 1943, Financial and Trustees Reports, July 7, 1943
21. The Members Telegram to Matles Regarding Stewards and Dismissals, October 14, 1953
22. Veterans Committee Telegram to Matles Regarding Veterans and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, May 29, 1950
Folder 31 Local 506 Erie, PA, General Correspondence, 1957 - 1967
Folder 32 Local 506 Correspondence, 1967 - 1975
Folder 33 Local 506 Salary Expenses, December 12, 1940 - January 9, 1942
Folder 34 Local 506 Per Capita Reports, June 18, 1952 - January 20, 1953
Folder 35 Local 506 Supply Requisitions, November 16, 1942, June 26, 1947
Folder 36 Local 506 Finances, 1942 - 1954
1. Bond Form, January 26, 1942
2. Statement, c.1950
3. Receipt, May 19, 1954
Folder 37 Local 506 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1966 - 1976
Folder 38 Local 506-618 Pensioners Association, 1956 - 1966
Folder 39 Local 506-618 Pensioners Association, January 9, 1954 - July 19, 1955
1. Joseph Pleszewski to Julius Emspak, January 9, 1954
2. Report of the Activities of UE Local 506 Pensioners Club in 1954, undated
3. Pleszewski to Emspak, April 9, 1955
4. Emspak to Pleszewski, April 13, 1955
5. Pleszewski to Emspak, May 25, 1955
6. Emspak to Pleszewski, May 31, 1955
7. Elry Morrison to Emspak, June 2, 1955
8. Emspak to Morrison, June 10, 1955
9. Pleszewski to Emspak, July 1, 1955
10. Emspak to Pleszewski, July 19, 1955
Folder 40 Local 506 Reports and Statements, August 18, 1939 - October 28, 1951
1. Fred Gardner to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Organization with Stampsheet, August 18, 1939
2. Local 506 Action Program, August 1941
3. Local 506 Statement of Policy and Program, April 1942
4. Maintenance of Membership Report, January 1943
5. G. H. Pfeif to Leo Jandreau Regarding Grievances, October 14, 1943
6. Stewards, Navy Turbine, 1943
7. Erie Organizational Report with Henry Rhine Letter to James Matles, October 28, 1951
Folder 41 Local 506 UE 506 News, Voice of 506, Union News, August 7, 1940 - April 27, 1951
Folder 42 Local 506 10th Anniversary Yearbook, 1947
Folder 43 Local 506 12th Anniversary Yearbook, 1949
Folder 44 Local 506 Pamplets, undated
1. The Job Ahead
2. Stop the Drop
Folder 45 Local 506 Leaflets, 1937 - 1951
1. "Results!", 1937
2. "Layoffs", 1937
3. Erie County Press Reprint, February 6, 1942
4. Erie County Press Reprint, February 27, 1942
5. "Dear Shop Steward", March 28, 1942
6. Erie County Press Reprint, June 19, 1942
7. "UE National Offices Declare Policy on Overtime Pay", 1942
8. "Organize for Victory!!", 1942
9. "Bulletin", 1949
10. "Make Them Answer Your Questions", 1949
11. "Dear Brother and Sister Steward," with "Stewards Bulletin" and Henry Rhine Memo to James Matles, October 15, 1951
Folder 46 Local 506 Newspaper Clippings, January 31, 1941 - August 7, 1942
1. Erie Dispatch-Herald, "Emmet Says GE Workers May Help Dictate World History", January 31, 1941
2. Erie Dispatch-Herald, "We of American Labor Will Do Our Part", April 1, 1942
3. Erie Daily Times, "Wage Increase Offered 10,000 GE Workers", August 7, 1942
Folder 47-48 Local 506 Erie, PA, General Electric, 1937 - 1938

Section: Local 601

Folder 49 Local 601 Constitutional Amendment, October 30, 1946
Folder 50 Local 601 Officers List with Marshall Daugherty Letter to Julius Emspak, September 1, 1944
Folder 51 Local 601 Contract Procedures, August 8, 1940
Folder 52 Local 601 Membership Resolutions, December 14, 1941 - November 1947
1. Resolution Regarding World War Two, December 14, 1941
2. Resolution Regarding White Collar Workers with November 3, 1947, Richard Tobin Letter to Charles Newell, November 1947
Folder 53 Local 601 Executive Council Resolutions, December 8, 1941 - November 1947
1. Resolution Regarding World War Two with Charles Newell Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, December 8, 1941
2. Resolution Regarding Factionalism with Richard Tobin Letter to All District 6 Local Unions, November 1947
Folder 54 Local 601 Stewards Council Resolution Regarding Productivity, March 1942
Folder 55 Local 601 Legislative Committee Reports August 30 - September 14, 1946
Folder 56 Local 601 John Metcalfe Incoming Correspondence, December 24, 1940 - December 12, 1946
1. James Carey Regarding Local 601 Officers, December 24, 1940
2. Carey Letter, January 6, 1941
3. Julius Emspak Regarding Trade Union Congress-CIO and American Federation of Labor, October 17, 1942
4. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 23, 1945
5. Emspak Regarding Address List, April 17, 1945
6. Secretary to Emspak, Ray Klausner, Regarding Dues, June 7, 1945
7. Emspak Regarding Dues and Part-Time Workers, July 9, 1945
8. Emspak Regarding Labor Canteen and Congress of Industrial Organizations War Relief Committee, September 4, 1945
9. Secretary to Emspak, Clara Hall, Letter, November 13, 1945
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, Westinghouse Strike and Factionalism, January 8, 1946
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 21, 1946
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 21, 1946
13. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Local 601 Constitution, November 5, 1946
14. Secretary to Fitzgerald, Klausner, Telegram, December 3, 1946
15. Fitzgerald Regarding UE Constitution and Factionalism, December 12, 1946
16. James Matles Regarding Plastic Industry and Wages, December 24, 1940
17. Matles Telegram, March 31, 1941
18. Matles Telegram, April 18, 1941
19. Matles Regarding Wages and CIO, January 13, 1942
20. Matles Regarding GE and Westinghouse Conferences, January 16, 1942
21. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference, January 19, 1942
22. Matles Regarding Grievances, January 26, 1942
23. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, Grievances and Overtime, February 23, 1942
Folder 57 Local 601 John Metcalfe Incoming Correspondence, March 23, 1942 - January 8, 1943
1. James Matles Telegram, March 23, 1942
2. Matles Regarding Overtime and Productivity, March 27, 1942
3. Matles Telegram Regarding Overtime, Productivity and Factionalism, March 27, 1942
4. Matles Telegram Regarding Coordinating Committee, April 17, 1942
5. Matles Telegram Regarding Collective Bargaining, May 1, 1942
6. Matles Regarding Generator, June 4, 1942
7. Matles Regarding Coordinating Committee, June 8, 1942
8. Matles Regarding Overtime, Grievances and Westinghouse, July 15, 1942
9. Matles Telegram Regarding Grievances, July 17, 1942
10. Secretary to Matles, Norma Gould, Letter, July 21, 1942
11. Matles Telegram Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, July 29, 1942
12. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, July 29, 1942
13. Secretary to Matles, Norma Gould, Telegram, August 3, 1942
14. Matles Telegram Regarding Maintenance of Membership, August 4, 1942
15. Secretary to Matles, Norma Gould, Letter, August 5, 1942
16. Matles Telegram Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, August 6, 1942
17. Matles Telegram Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, September 25, 1942
18. Matles Telegram Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, September 29, 1942
19. Matles Regarding Local 601 Officers, December 30, 1942
20. Secretary to Matles, Norma Gould, Letter, January 8, 1943
21. I. B. Stiefel Regarding Grievances, Overtime and Women, July 9, 1942
22. Stiefel Regarding Lost Time, July 22, 1942
Folder 58 Local 601 John Metcalfe Outgoing Correspondence, December 30, 1940 - August 3, 1942
1. Metcalfe to James Carey Regarding Local 601 Officers, December 30, 1940
2. Metcalfe Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding No-Strike Pledge and Arbitration, December 15, 1941
3. Metcalfe to James Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference and Wages, December 24, 1941
4. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Conference, January 12, 1942
5. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Wages and Cincinnati Formica Insulation, February 3, 1942
6. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, February 11, 1942
7. Metcalfe to Julius Emspak Regarding Inflation, February 18, 1942
8. Metcalfe to W. G. Marshall Regarding Grievances, Holidays and Arbitration, February 19, 1942
9. Metcalfe to Matles, March 17, 1942
10. Metcalfe to Donald Nelson Regarding Unemployment and Productivity, March 26, 1942
11. Metcalfe Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Overtime, March 26, 1942
12. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Overtime and Factionalism, March 27, 1942
13. Metcalfe to Margaret Darin Regarding Staff Members, April 16, 1942
14. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, July 9, 1942
15. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Strike, Grievances and US Conciliation Service, July 15, 1942
16. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Factionalism, July 17, 1942
17. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles, July 23, 1942
18. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Grievances and Local 601 Westinghouse Strike, July 23, 1942
19. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Strike, July 28, 1942
20. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Strike, July 29, 1942
21. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, July 29, 1942
22. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Strike, July 29, 1942
23. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Contract, July 30, 1942
24. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Contract, August 3, 1942
Folder 59 Local 601 John Metcalfe Outgoing Correspondence, August 5, 1942 - May 29, 1946
1. Metcalfe Telegram to James Matles Regarding Office of Price Administration and Wages, August 5, 1942
2. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Contract, August 10, 1942
3. Metcalfe Telegram to Matles Regarding Wages, Office of Price Administration and Westinghouse Contract, August 11, 1942
4. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employees and Westinghouse Contract, October 2, 1942
5. Metcalfe to Julius Emspak Regarding Trades Union Congress, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, October 9, 1942
6. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Local 601 Officers, December 21, 1942
7. Metcalfe to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, January 4, 1943
8. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 15, 1945
9. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Address List, April 13, 1945
10. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Dues and Part-Time Workers, May 28, 1945
11. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Hours, June 11, 1945
12. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Dues and Part-Time Workers, June 28, 1945
13. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 5, 1945
14. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Labor Canteen, August 29, 1945
15. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Foremen Organization, October 31, 1945
16. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding 1945 UE Convention, December 14, 1945
17. Metcalfe to Nat Geller Regarding Jim Crow Law, December 28, 1945
18. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Strike, Finances and Factionalism, January 4, 1946
19. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 17, 1946
20. Metcalfe to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Grievances and Dismissals with Statement by Local 601 Executive Board, May 29, 1946
Folder 60 Local 601 John Metcalfe Outgoing Correspondence, July 25 - December 13, 1946
1. Metcalfe to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, July 25, 1946
2. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 20, 1946
3. Metcalfe to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 3, 1946
4. Metcalfe to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601 Officers Election and Factionalism, November 27, 1946
5. Metcalfe Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601 Officers Election, December 3, 1946
6. Metcalfe to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601 Constitution and Local 601 Officer Election, December 6, 1946
7. Metcalfe Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601 Officers Election, December 13, 1946
8. Metcalfe Telegram to James Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contract, undated
Folder 61 Local 601 Business Agent Charles Newell Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939 - October 17, 1941
1. James Carey Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, March 19, 1941
2. Len De Caux Regarding CIO News with Mailing Strip, November 16, 1940
3. Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 18, 1939
4. Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 21, 1939
5. Emspak Regarding Airplane Tickets, November 14, 1940
6. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 18, 1940
7. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Airplane Tickets, November 20, 1940
8. Emspak Regarding Publicity, November 25, 1940
9. Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 18, 1940
10. Emspak Regarding Local 601 Officers, December 23, 1940
11. Emspak Regarding Airplane Tickets, January 23, 1941
12. Emspak Regarding Pensions with January 14, 1941, Matilda Koenig Letter to Emspak and His January 22, 1941, Response, January 22, 1941
13. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 4, 1941
14. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, February 7, 1941
15. Emspak Regarding Local 301, July 3, 1941
16. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 14, 1941
17. Emspak Regarding Grievances, July 17, 1941
18. Emspak Regarding Publicity, October 9, 1941
19. Emspak Telegram, October 10, 1941
20. Emspak Regarding Birmingham Newspaper Guild Strike, October 10, 1941
21. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 15, 1941
22. Emspak Telegram Regarding Publicity, October 17, 1941
23. Emspak Regarding Publicity, October 17, 1941
Folder 62 Local 601 Business Agent Charles Newell Incoming Correspondence, November 25, 1940 - January 6, 1942
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies and UE News, October 24, 1941
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 6, 1942
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 11, 1947
4. James Matles Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Conference, November 25, 1940
5. Matles Telegram Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-Union Rivalry and Oakland Westinghouse, November 29, 1940
6. Matles Telegram Regarding Wages, December 9, 1940
7. Matles Regarding Wages, January 27, 1941
8. Matles Regarding Supplies, March 13, 1941
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 8, 1941
10. Secretary to Matles, Ray Klausner, Letter, May 21, 1941
11. Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Contract, July 15, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Contract with Newell Memo to Matles, July 22, 1941
13. Matles Regarding Publicity and Sharon Westinghouse, July 24, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Supplies, July 30, 1941
15. Matles Regarding Generator, September 22, 1941
16. Matles Regarding Reservations, September 29, 1941
17. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference, October 7, 1941
18. Matles Regarding Steelworkers Organizing Committee and Westinghouse Contract with October 8, 1941, Clinton Golden Letter to Matles, October 9, 1941
19. Secretary to Matles Letter, November 21, 1941
20. Matles Regarding Westinghouse and Questionnaire, November 25, 1941
Folder 63 Local 601 Business Agent Charles Newell Incoming Correspondence, December 16, 1940 - November 26, 1941
1. James Matles Regarding Local 612, Grievances and Hours with November 21, 1941, Paul Kennedy Letter to Matles and November 27, 1941, Matles Response, November 26, 1941
2. Matles Telegram Regarding Publicity, undated
3. A. N. Towsen Regarding Westinghouse, December 16, 1940
4. Towsen Regarding Wages and Tool Designers, June 10, 1941
Folder 64 Local 601 Business Agent Charles Newell Outgoing Correspondence, August 16, 1939 - December 27, 1940
1. Newell to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies and Unemployment, August 16, 1939
2. Newell to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 24, 1939
3. Newell to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, Staff Finances and CIO News, November 4, 1940
4. Newell to Emspak Regarding Reservations, November 12, 1940
5. Newell to Nat Geller Regarding CIO News, November 18, 1940
6. Newell Telegram to Geller Regarding Mailing List, Novemer 18, 1940
7. Newell to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 19, 1940
8. Newell to Geller Regarding Reservations, November 19, 1940
9. Newell to Matles Regarding Derry and Mansfield Westinghouse, December 2, 1940
10. Newell to General Officers Regarding Wages, December 8, 1940
11. Newell to All Westinghouse Locals Regarding Vacations, December 9, 1940
12. Newell to All Westinghouse Locals Regarding Key Sheets, December 9, 1940
13. Newell to Emspak Regarding Local 601 Officers, December 12, 1940
14. Newell to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 16, 1940
15. Newell to Emspak Regarding Membership Meeting, December 26, 1940
16. Newell to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism, December 27, 1940
17. Newell to UE Regarding Supplies with Daily Record Forms, December 1940
Folder 65 Local 601 Business Agent Charles Newell Outgoing Correspondence, January 22 - August 24, 1941
1. Newell to Julius Emspak Regarding Airline Tickets, January 22, 1941
2. Newell to Emspak Regarding Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, Anti-Communism and Factionalism, January 30, 1941
3. Newell Telegram to James Carey, January 1941
4. Newell to Carey Regarding Anti-Communism and ACTU, March 5, 1941
5. Newell to James Matles Regarding Supplies, March 11, 1941
6. Newell Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contract, April 28, 1941
7. Newell to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 12, 1941
8. Newell to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse, Nuttall and Seniority with Release, May 19, 1941
9. Newell to General Executive Board Regarding Logan Burkhart Trial, May 28, 1941
10. Newell to Stella Abrams Regarding Logan Burkhart Trial, May 29, 1941
11. Newell to Matles Regarding Los Angeles Westinghouse, Staff Members and White Collar Workers, July 7, 1941
12. Newell to Emspak Regarding Local 301 and Grievances, July 16, 1941
13. Newell to Matles Regarding Sharon Westinghouse with Sharon Herald Clippings, July 21, 1941
14. Newell to Matles Regarding Federation of Westinghouse Independent Salaried Unions and White Collar Workers with July 1941, Regulator, July 23, 1941
15. Newell to Matles Regarding Lost Time, August 5, 1941
16. Newell to Matles Regarding Employees Independent Union and Kearney and Trecker Wages with Comparison of Hourly Wages and Average Hourly Earnings, August 6, 1941
17. Newell to Bishop Boyle Regarding ACTU, Factionalism and Anti-Communism, August 13, 1941
18. Newell Telegram to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Local 601 Westinghouse, August 24, 1941
Folder 66 Local 601 Business Agent Charles Newell Outgoing Correspondence, September 17, 1941 - May 20, 1949
1. Newell to James Matles Regarding Anti-Communism and UE Defense Day with Pittsburgh Press Clipping, September 17, 1941
2. Newell to Matles Regarding the Organization of White Collar Workers, September 22, 1941
3. Newell to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 1, 1941
4. Newell to Thomas Wright Regarding Publicity, October 6, 1941
5. Newell to UE News Regarding Birmingham Newspaper Guild Strike, October 6, 1941
6. Newell to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 8, 1941
7. Newell Telegram to Emspak Regarding Defense Day, October 9, 1941
8. Newell to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference and Hotel Strike, October 9, 1941
9. Newell to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, October 14, 1941
10. Newell Telegram to Emspak Regarding Publicity, October 17, 1941
11. Newell to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Service Shops, October 27, 1941
12. Newell to Sidney Hillman Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-Union Rivalry, November 12, 1941
13. Newell to Matles Regarding Keysheet, November 18, 1941
14. Newell to All Westinghouse Locals Regarding Keysheets and Wages with Questionnaire, November 1941
15. Newell to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, December 6, 1941
16. Newell to Matles Regarding Factionalism and World War II with War Resolution, December 15, 1941
17. Newell to Matles Regarding Local 601 Officer Election, December 1941
18. Newell to Matles Regarding Westinghouse, December 23, 1941
19. Newell to Edward Matthews Regarding Grievances and Beaver Westinghouse, April 9, 1947
20. Newell to William Cahn, May 20, 1949
Folder 67 Local 601 Thomas Quinn Incoming Correspondence, January 31, 1951 - April 14, 1954
1. Secretary to Albert Fitzgerald Letter, January 31, 1951
2. Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, February 5, 1951
3. James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, June 2, 1952
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members with Emma Memo to Lila, October 24, 1952
5. Matles Regarding New Office and Organization, December 9, 1952
6. Matles Regarding Nuttall Organization and East Pittsburgh, March 2, 1953
7. Dave Ratner Memo Regarding Staff Finances, July 29, 1952
8. Ratner Regarding Supplies, February 27, 1953
9. Francis Wilt Regarding Factionalism, April 14, 1954
Folder 68 Local 601 Thomas Quinn Outgoing Correspondence, June 20, 1946 - August 18, 1959
1. Quinn to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Officers, June 20, 1946
2. Quinn to Stewards Regarding Political Action Committee, July 29, 1946
3. Quinn Telegram to McAvoy Regarding Supplies, undated
4. Quinn to Stewards Regarding Political Action Committee, August 9, 1946
5. Quinn to Stewards Regarding Voter Registration, August 12, 1946
6. Quinn to Fellow Americans Regarding Voter Registration, August 16, 1946
7. Quinn to Stewards Regarding PAC, August 21, 1946
8. Quinn to Members Regarding PAC
9. Quinn to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 11, 1946
10. Quinn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 23, 1946
11. Quinn to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, January 22, 1951
12. Quinn to Edward Matthews Regarding Westinghouse National Conference, April 15, 1951
13. Quinn to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, February 25, 1952
14. Quinn to Matles Regarding Organization and Staff Members, March 11, 1952
15. Quinn to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 20, 1952
16. Quinn to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 24, 1952
17. Quinn to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, December 4, 1952
18. Quinn to Matles Regarding Organization, December 13, 1952
19. Quinn to Matles Regarding Factionalism, December 27, 1952
20. Quinn to Matles Regarding Factionalism, January 8, 1953
21. Quinn to Members Regarding Organization, February 11, 1953
22. Quinn to Matles Regarding Organization and Nuttall, February 23, 1953
23. Quinn to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Organization, March 16, 1953
24. Quinn to Matles Regarding Factionalism, June 6, 1953
25. Quinn to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry and Explusion, August 18, 1959
Folder 69 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, July 22, 1944 - August 1, 1950
1. Janet Barish to Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1944
2. Barish to Lottie Lieb Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1944
3. Barish to Marshall Dougherty Regarding Finances, November 20, 1944
5. Barish to Ella Piazza Regarding Finances, April 30, 1946
6. Barish to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, July 24, 1946
7. Barish to Piazza Regarding Finances, July 31, 1946
8. Barish to Panzino Regarding Supplies, December 7, 1949
9. Barish to Piazza Regardinig Mailing List, May 29, 1952
10. D. Belling to Fitzpatrick Regarding Negotiations and Storeroom, November 11, 1948
11. William Cahn to Shirley Korn Regarding Labor History, March 23, 1946
12. Cahn to Fitzpatrick Regarding Wages and Supplies, May 5, 1946
13. Cahn to Marshall Thobois Regarding Publicity, January 18, 1950
14. Cahn to Panzino Regarding Publicity, July 28, 1950
15. Cahn to Fitzpatrick Regarding Inter-Union Rivarly, August 1, 1950
16. Cahn to Panzino Regarding Inter-Union Rivalry, August 1, 1950
17. James Carey to Fred Smith Regarding Factionalism, December 13, 1940
18. Carey to Walter Jackson Regarding Factionalism, December 19, 1940
Folder 70 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, August 14, 1939 - November 27, 1941
1. Julius Emspak to Local 601 Regarding Finances, August 14, 1939
2-3. Emspak to Patrick Welsh Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
4-5. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
6. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
7. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940
8. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Finances, November 8, 1940
9. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Change of Address, November 22, 1940
10-11. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
12. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Finances, December 26, 1940
13. Emspak to William Simpson, January 22, 1941
14. Emspak to Hugh Boyle Regarding Association of Catholic Trade Unionists and Factionalism, March 18, 1941
15. Emspak to Logan Burkhart Regarding Burkhart's Jail Sentence, June 5, 1941
16. Secretary to Emspak to Simpson Regarding International Labor Divisions, June 26, 1941
17. Emspak to Simpson Regarding International Labor Divisions, July 3, 1941
18. Emspak to Local 601 Regarding Finances, November 11, 1941
19. Secretary to Emspak to E. H. Spillane Regarding UE News, November 11, 1941
20. Emspak to Welsh Regarding Change of Address, November 21, 1941
21. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Local Property, November 27, 1941
Folder 71 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, January 23, 1942 - July 17, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to William Simpson Regarding Military Personnel, January 23, 1942
2. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Staff Finances, February 13, 1942
3. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike at Kirkland Lake, February 16, 1942
4. Emspak to E. H. Spillane Regarding Local Addresses, June 23, 1942
5. Emspak to Stanley Glass Regarding Advertising, June 25, 1942
6. Emspak to Simpson Regarding General Executive Board Minutes, June 26, 1942
7. Secretary to Emspak Letter, September 9, 1942
8. Emspak to Erwin Spillane Regarding Generator, September 18, 1942
9. Emspak to Henry Carter Regarding UE Convention Proceedings, October 15, 1942
10. Emspak to Simpson Regarding American Federation of Labor, October 29, 1942
11. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Finances, October 30, 1942
12. Emspak to Edward Miller Regarding Finances and Local 626, July 12, 1943
13. Emspak to Alfred Oyler Regarding Taxation and 1943 UE Convention, October 21, 1943
14. Emspak to Miller Regarding Staff Finances, January 4, 1944
15. Emspak to Charles Funk Regarding Staff Finances, May 12, 1944
16. Emspak to T. J. Fitzpatrick Regarding Factionalism and War Labor Board, June 3, 1944
17. Emspak to Fitzpatrick Regarding Meeting, June 1, 1944
18. Emspak to Miller Regarding Staff Finances, July 17, 1944
Folder 72 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, July 18, 1944 - June 23, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Edward Miller Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, July 18, 1944
2. Emspak to T. J. Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, October 6, 1944
3. Emspak to Miller Regarding Staff Finances with October 3, 1944, Albert Olson Letter to Frederick Livingston, October 9, 1944
4. Emspak to Micheal Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, December 1, 1944
5. Emspak to Frank Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, January 31, 1946
6. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, February 6, 1946
7. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, March 18, 1946
8. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, April 26, 1946
9. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, May 8, 1946
10. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, July 24, 1946
11. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, August 23, 1946
12. Emspak Telegram to Panzino Regarding Meeting, October 22, 1946
13. Emspak to Richard Tobin Regarding Staff Finances, January 18, 1947
14. Emspak to Tobin Regarding Staff Finances, February 5, 1947
15. Emspak to Thomas Fitzpatrick, February 5, 1947
16. Secretary to Emspak to Tobin, March 25, 1947
17. Emspak to Phil Conahan and Louis Pogyor Regarding Staff Finances, May 7, 1947
18. Emspak to Pogyor Regarding Staff Finances, May 27, 1947
19. Emspak Telegram to Pogyor, July 1947
20. Emspak to Campbell Beveridge Regarding Staff Finances, September 19, 1947
21. Emspak to Pogyor Regarding Staff Finances, October 31, 1947
22. Emspak to Beveridge Regarding Staff Finances, January 14, 1948
23. Emspak to Beveridge Regarding Staff Finances, March 19, 1948
24. Emspak to Charles Copeland Regarding Staff Finances, June 23, 1948
Folder 73 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, July 25, 1948 - December 8, 1955
1. Julius Emspak to Thomas Fitzpatrick, July 25, 1948
2. Emspak to Charles Copeland Regarding Staff Finances, July 29, 1948
3. Emspak to Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, October 25, 1948
4. Emspak to Fitzpatrick Regarding Supplies, March 25, 1949
5. Emspak to Frank Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, November 25, 1949
6. Emspak Telegram to Porter Mechling Regarding Meeting, January 5, 1950
7. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1950
8. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, February 10, 1950
9. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, April 4, 1950
10. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, April 20, 1950
11. Emspak to Mechleng Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1950
12. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, May 11, 1950
13. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, May 17, 1950
14. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, June 2, 1950
15. Emspak to Ella Piazza Regarding Mailing List, June 6, 1950
16. Emspak to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, June 13, 1950
17. Emspak to Harry Nelson Regarding Staff Finances, October 17, 1950
18. Emspak to Louis Pogyor Regarding Staff Finances, December 14, 1950
19. Emspak to M. Y. Steinberg Regarding Staff Finances, February 19, 1951
20. Emspak to Patrick O'Connor Regarding Local 601 IUE Strike and Westinghouse Inter-Union Relations, December 8, 1955
Folder 74 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, February 5, 1942 - January 24, 1945
1. Albert Fitzgerald to F. Smith, February 5, 1942
2. Fitzgerald to L. J. Faschia Regarding Westinghouse Contract and Back Pay with August 27, 1942, Faschia Letter to Fitzgerald, September 1, 1942
3. Secretary to Fitzgerald, Ray Klausner, Telegram to Alfred Oyler, February 26, 1943
4. Secretary to Fitzgerald, Klausner, to Oyler, March 1, 1943
5. Secretary to Fitzgerald, Klausner, to Oyler Regarding Meeting, March 4, 1943
6. Secretary to Fitzgerald to Oyler Regarding Locals 601-610 Joint Forum, March 17, 1943
7. Fitzgerald to Oyler Regarding Local 601-610 Joint Forum, March 19, 1943
8-9. Secretary to Fitzgerald, Klausner, to Marshall Dougherty Regarding Banquet, October 20, 1943
10. Fitzgerald Telegram to Richard Tobin Regarding Meeting, January 7, 1948
11. Fitzgerald to Thomas Fitzpatrick, February 24, 1948
12. Fitzgerald to Wilma Maroda Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations Convention, November 12, 1948
13. Fitzgerald Telegram to Philip Conahan Regarding Membership, August 18, 1949
14. Fitzgerald Telegram to Porter Mechling Regarding Inter-Union Rivalry, June 1, 1951
15. J. B. Forman to Stanley Glass Regarding National Labor Relations Board, May 15, 1944
16. Nat Geller to Leona Goldschmidt Regarding Staff Finances, April 7, 1943
17. Geller to Goldschmidt Regarding Supplies, January 25, 1943
18. Geller to Ella Piazzo Regarding Staff Members, January 24, 1945
Folder 75 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, September 29, 1937 - March 4, 1943
1. James Matles to Margaret Darin Regarding Organization, September 29, 1937
2. Matles to Darin Regarding Nuttall Appropriate Unit, April 29, 1941
3. Matles to John King Regarding Staff Finances, May 23, 1941
4. Matles to John King, May 26, 1941
5. Matles to William Simpson Regarding Nuttall, National Labor Relations Board and Unit Determination, June 3, 1941
6. Matles to Simpson Regarding Nuttall, NLRB and Unit Determination, June 6, 1941
7. Matles to Simpson Regarding Nuttall and Benolite Contracts, June 20, 1941
8. Matles Telegram to Charles Newell Regarding Publicity, December 4, 1941
9. Matles to Newell Regarding Mid-West Organizers Conference, December 16, 1941
10. Matles to Newell Regarding Westinghouse Grievances, December 17, 1941
11. Matles to Newell Regarding Westinghouse Contract and Grievances, December 22, 1941
12. Matles to Darin Regarding Supplies, December 24, 1941
13. Matles to Darin Regarding Supplies, January 9, 1942
14. Matles to Simpson, January 19, 1942
15. Matles Telegram to Marshall Dougherty, January 11, 1942
16. Matles to Darin Regarding Supplies, January 19, 1942
17. Matles to Simpson Regarding Westinghouse Negro Employment Report, February 4, 1942
18. Matles Telegram to Darin, April 14, 1942
19. Matles to Simpson Regarding Staff Members, May 1, 1942
20. Matles to Simpson Regarding Wages, October 7, 1942
21. Matles to Justin McAghon Regarding Grievances and Wages, 1942
22. Matles to Alfred Oyler Regarding Steward's Council Meeting, February 19, 1943
23. Matles to Oyler Regarding Meeting, March 1, 1943
24. Matles to Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Reservations, March 4, 1943
Folder 76 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, March 29, 1943 - July 29, 1952
1. James Matles to Afred Oyler Regarding Steward's Council Meeting, March 29, 1943
2. Matles to Logan Burkhart Regarding Burkhart and Darin Cases, July 31, 1943
3. Matles to Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Al Smith, July 14, 1943
4. Matles to Lottie Lieb Regarding Reservations, August 24, 1943
5. Matles to Frank Panzino Regarding Buffalo Organization and Staff Finances, December 12, 1946
6. Matles to Richard Tobin Regarding Staff Finances with Per Capita Delinquency, February 6, 1947
7. Matles to Philip Conahan Regarding Staff Finances, February 6, 1947
8. Secretary to Matles, Selma Trauber, to Campbell Beveridge Regarding Publicity, August 11, 1948
9. Secretary to Matles, Trauber, to Beveridge Regarding Publicity, September 23, 1948
10. Matles to Porter Mechling Regarding Taft-Hartley Board, November 10, 1949
11. Matles to Panzino Regarding Supplies, February 1, 1950
12. Matles to John Ragan Regarding Jack Sartisky, January 19, 1951
13. Matles Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1950
14. Matles Telegram to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, May 1950
15. Matles Telegram to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, June 2, 1950
16. Matles to Local 601 Regarding Staff Meeting, November 17, 1951
17. Matles to Organizers Regarding 601 Organization, February 1, 1952
18. Matles to George Gibbs Regarding Nuttall and Staff Finances, July 29, 1952
Folder 77 Local 601 General Incoming Correspondence, May 18, 1944 - May 5, 1951
1. Edward Matthews Telegram to Frank Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, November 6, 1946
2. Matthews to Panzino Regarding Staff Finances, November 6, 1946
3. Matthews Telegram to Charles Copeland, April 15, 1949
4. Charles Newell Telegram to Margaret Darin Regarding Meeting, August 23, 1941
5. Russ Nixon to Campbell Beveridge Regarding Political Action Committee, October 24, 1947
6. David Ratner to Local 601 Executive Board Regarding Lost Time and Grievances, June 4, 1947
7. Ratner to Robert Logsdon Regarding Staff Finances with Worksheets, May 5, 1951
8. Jessica Rhine to Carl Fitzpatrick Regarding Regional War Labor Board, May 18, 1944
9. R. W. Gray to Philip Conahan Regarding Grievances, Westinghouse and Beaver Plant Bargaining Rights, April 1, 1947
10. J. W. Schaffer to Conahan Regarding Beaver Works and Transfer Requests, April 3, 1947
11. David Schribner Telegram to Beveridge Regarding Taft-Hartley, Federal Elections and Union Funding, July 21, 1947
12. Schribner Telegram to Beveridge, July 22, 1947
13. Schribner Telegram to Panzino Regarding Trial, March 13, 1951
14. Ruth Shubert Telegram to Lottie Lieb Regarding Reservations, August 24, 1944
15. A. N. Townsen Telegram to Darin, undated
16. Kathy Memo to Ray Regarding Officers, March 23, 1948
17. UE Telegram to Panzino, undated
Folder 78 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, June 10, 1941 - January 6, 1965
1. Cubby Angelo to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, January 12, 1951
2. Campbell Beveridge to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, September 16, 1947
3. Beveridge to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 3, 1947
4. Beveridge to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 9, 1947
5. Beveridge Telegram to David Schribner Regarding PAC and Taft-Hartley, July 18, 1948
6. Beveridge Telegram to Schribner Regarding PAC and Taft-Hartley, July 22, 1948
7. Beveridge Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 601 Officers Election, August 10, 1949
8. Marshall Brayditch to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, January 1951
9. George Buck to UE, January 6, 1965
10. Logan Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Jail Sentence, May 28, 1941
11. Burkhart to Emspak Regarding Jail Sentence, June 10, 1941
12. Burkhart to James Matles Regarding Dismissals, June 27, 1943
13. Frank Burns to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, April 1, 1950
14. Henry Carter to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, October 14, 1942
15. Carter to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, October 22, 1942
16. Donald Conley to Congressmen Regarding Housing, December 20, 1952
17. Charles Copeland Regarding Factionalism, May 19, 1948
19. Copeland to Charles Newell Regarding Grievances, Slow Down, Factionalism and Speed-Up. May 13, 1949
18. Copeland to Fitzgerald Regarding Slow Down and Grievance, April 15, 1949
Folder 79 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, June 9, 1941 - July 25, 1950
1. Margaret Darin Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Generator, June 9, 1941
2. Darin to James Matles Regarding Overtime and Local 601 Westinghouse Contract, January 8, 1942
3. Darin to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Contract, January 14, 1942
4. Darin to Matles Regarding Local 601 Westinghouse Contract, January 22, 1942
5. Darin to Matles Regarding Employment, Factionalism, CIO News, and Generator, March 3, 1942
6. Darin to Matles Regarding Employment and Anti-Communism, April 3, 1942
7. Darin Telegram to Matles Regarding Employment, April 14, 1942
8. Darin to Albert Fitzgerald, January 1951
9. Marshall Daugherty to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining and Local 601 Officers, February 24, 1942
10. Darin to Edward Matthews Regarding White Collar Workers and Wages, March 4, 1943
11. Darin to Fitzgerald Regarding Banquet and Westinghouse Contract, October 13, 1943
12. Darin to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601 Officers, January 3, 1944
13. Darin Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 601 Officers, January 1944
14. Darin to Julius Emspak Regarding Address, September 26, 1944
15. Betty Drake to William Cahn Regarding Publicity, July 25, 1950
16. P. J. Fasson to Emspak Regarding Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, Factionalism and Anti-Communism, January 3, 1941
17. L. J. Faschia to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, September 7, 1942
18. Michael Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board and Factionalism, April 1, 1949
19. Fitzpatrick Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Westinghouse Conference Board, May 4, 1949
Folder 80 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, December 8, 1940 - November 14, 1950
2. Fitzpatrick to James Matles, July 7, 1943
3. Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues Check-Off, May 24, 1944
4. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and War Labor Board, May 31, 1944
5. Fitzpatrick to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, August 6, 1948
6. Fitzpatrick to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Wages and Local 601 Westinghouse Strike, October 29, 1948
7. Fitzpatrick to Members Regarding White Collar Workers, Order Clerks and Tool Designers, February 4, 1949
8. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, March 18, 1949
9. Fitzpatrick to All Westinghouse Workers Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, July 11, 1950
10. Fitzpatrick to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, November 14, 1950
11. Charles Funk to Emspak Regarding White Collar Worker Organization, April 28, 1944
12. Funk to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1944
13. George Gibbs to Brother Regarding Nuttall National Labor Relations Board Election, December 1940
14. Stanley Glass to Emspak Regarding Generator, June 4, 1942
15. Fred Haug to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Clipping, March 26, 1942
16. William Harper to Emspak Regarding Overtime and White Collar Workers, December 30, 1946
17. Betty Heller to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 9, 1949
18. Walter Jackson to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 8, 1940
19. Clyde Johnson to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 22, 1946
20. John King to Matles Regarding Organization and Westinghouse Cincinnati, May 16, 1941
Folder 81 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, August 20, 1943 - March 11, 1952
1. Ann Kmetz to William Cahn Regarding Contract and Wages with May 13, 1949, Cahn Letter to Charles Newell, May 5, 1949
2. Shirley Korn to Cahn Regarding Local 601 History, March 19, 1946
3. Richard Kull to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, Jack Sartisky and East Pittsburgh, January 12, 1951
4. Edward Lehan to Veterans Regarding Political Action Committee, August 23, 1946
5. Lottie Lieb to James Matles Regarding Reservations, August 20, 1943
6. Lieb Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Reservations, August 24, 1943
7. Stanley Loney to Matles Regarding Organization and Staff Members, March 11, 1952
8. Agnes Long to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, January 25, 1951
9. Wilma Maroda to Fitzgerald Regarding Women's Auxiliary and CIO Convention, November 9, 1948
10. W. G. Marshall to Matles, July 30, 1942
11. Porter Mechling to Emspak Regarding Banquet, January 5, 1950
12. Mechling to New Jersey UE Locals Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, April 21, 1950
13. Mechling to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 21, 1950
14. Mechling to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 8, 1950
15. Mechling to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 11, 1950
16. Mechling to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 27, 1950
17. Mechling to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, January 20, 1951
18. Edward Miller to UE Executive Board Regarding Staff Finances, September 4, 1943
19. Miller to UE General Executive Board Regarding Staff Finances, June 26, 1944
20. Miller to UE General Executive Board Regarding Staff Finances, August 21, 1944
Folder 82 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, May 9, 1941 - January 10, 1951
1. Robert Moffett to James Carey Regarding Application to Become Public Relations Man with April 29, 1941, Moffett Letter to James Metcalfe and Application for Employment, May 9, 1941
2. Donald Nelson Telegram to Julius Emspak, October 10, 1941
3. Harry Nelson to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 13, 1950
4. Harry Nelson to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Jack Sartisky Relocation, January 10, 1951
5. Frank Nestler Telegram to Local 601 Regarding Publicity, April 24, 1944
6. Patrick O'Conner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 2, 1948
7. Alfred Oyler Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding 601-610 Joint Forum, March 1, 1943
8. Oyler to James Matles Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, February 16, 1943
9. Oyler Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding 601-610 Joint Forum, February 24, 1943
10. Oyler to Fitzgerald Regarding 601-610 Joint Forum with Dates, March 10, 1943
11. Oyler to Matles Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, March 15, 1943
12. Oyler Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Jack Sartisky Relocation, January 10, 1951
13. Oyler Telegram to Fitzgerald, March 16, 1943
Folder 83 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, January 24, 1946 - January 1951
1. Frank Panzino to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Dual Membership, January 24, 1946
2. Panzino to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 23, 1946
3. Panzino to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, May 3, 1946
4. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 18, 1946
5. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 19, 1946
6. Panzino Telegram to Edward Matthews, August 5, 1946
7. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Legislative Committee, September 19, 1946
8. Panzino to Matthews Regarding Buffalo Organization, October 21, 1946
9. Panzino Telegram to Emspak, October 22, 1946
10. Panzino to Matthews Regarding Staff Finances, November 12, 1946
11. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 23, 1946
12. Panzino to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances with Vouchers, December 3, 1946
13. Panzino to Matles Regarding Membership with T. Phillips Letter to Local 601 Members, September 29, 1947
14. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 13, 1950
15. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1950
16. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 30, 1950
17. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Budget, February 10, 1950
18. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 10, 1950
19. Panzino to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 7, 1950
20. Peter Payne to UE National Officers Regarding Relocation of Sartisky, January 1951
Folder 84 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, November 6, 1941 - November 17, 1951
1. Peter Payne to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 17, 1951
2. Francis Peacock to Executive Board Regarding Westinghouse Local Conference, Wages and White Collar Workers, November 6, 1941
3. Ella Piazza to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, November 26, 1951
4. Louis Pogyor to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Worksheet, May 5, 1947
5. Pogyor to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 15, 1947
6. John Ragan to Fitzgerald Regarding Relocation of Jack Sartisky and Factionalism, January 13, 1951
7. Ragan to Matles Regarding Relocation of Jack Sartisky and Factionalism, January 14, 1951
8. Ratner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with May 1947, Financial Report, June 18, 1947
9. Steven Rosner Telegram to Bill Cahn Regarding 1946 Strikes, Nuttall Westinghouse and Bargaining Rights, April 10, 1946
10. William Simpson Regarding Resolution, Nuttall Westinghouse and Bargaining Rights, May 28, 1941
11. Simpson to Matles Regarding Publicity and Nuttall Contract, June 1, 1941
12. Simpson to Emspak Regarding International Labor Divisions, June 17, 1941
13. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local Property, November 13, 1941
14. Simpson to Matles Regarding Grievances, January 17, 1942
15. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Conscription and Finances, January 19, 1942
16. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1942
17. Simpson to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting and Officers, February 16, 1942
18. Simpson to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, March 31, 1942
19. Simpson to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Minutes, June 16, 1942
20. Simpson to Emspak Regarding New Members, Congress of Industrial Organizations and American Federation of Labor, October 26, 1942
21. Simpson to Matles, October 26, 1942
22. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 27, 1942

Box 6
Folder 1 Local 601 General Outgoing Correspondence, December 4, 1940 - May 28, 1949
1. Fred Smith to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 4, 1940
2. Smith to Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 16, 1940
3. Smith to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, December 21, 1940
4. E. H. Spillane to UE News Regarding Defense Rally and Publicity, November 6, 1941
5. Spillane to Julius Emspak Regarding Publicity and Union Generator, June 19, 1942
6. Spillane to Emspak Regarding Union Generator, September 3, 1942
7. Richard Tobin to Fitzgerald Regarding CIO Southern Organization Campaign with John Burns Letter to All Locals and Local 1102 Resolution, March 18, 1947
8. Tobin Telegram to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 28, 1949
9. Tobin Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Taft-Hartley Law, June 26, 1947
10. Tobin to Charles Daughterty Regarding Employment and Factionalism, July 23, 1947
11. Tobin Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Officers, January 5, 1948
12. Note Regarding Publicity, May 29, 1941
13. Local 601 to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 17, 1941
14. Local 601 to Westinghouse Conference Board Regarding Dayworkers' Proposals, undated
Folder 2 Local 601 Salary and Expense Letters, Patrick Welsh, December 13, 1940 - January 9, 1942
Folder 3 Local 601 Per Capita Reports and Supply Payment Report, December 1949 - January 22, 1951
Folder 4 Local 601 Receipts, Vouchers, Statements, December 9, 1949 - April 21, 1953
1. Receipt, December 9, 1949
2. Receipt, September 7, 1951
3. Voucher, May 31, 1950
4. Voucher, June 1, 1950
5. Office Lease, February 17, 1950
6. Campaign Supplies, January 17, 1944
7. Budget and Staff Problems, April 31, 1951
8. Financial Statement, May 1, 1951
9. Budget, April 21, 1953
Folder 5 Local 601 Officers Election, December 1940
1. Officers Results, December 1940
2. Executive Board Results, December 1940
Folder 6 Local 601 Committee Against the Use of Slander in 601 Elections, 1941
Folder 7 Local 601 Salaried Organizing, February 16 - March 18, 1942
1. James Matles to William Bentley, February 16, 1942
2. Matles to Bentley, March 18, 1942
3. Bentley to Matles, undated
Folder 8 Local 601 Frank Smith Case, February 9 - 21, 1942
1. Frank Smith to Albert Fitzgerald, undated
2. Michael Fitzpatrick to Fitzgerald, February 21, 1942
Folder 9 Local 601 Convention Delegates Election, July 12, 1942
1. National Convention Delegates Ticket, 1942
2. Official Report of Election of Delegates to UE Convention, July 12, 1942
Folder 10 Local 601 Officers Election, August 21 - 26, 1947
1. Hymen Schlesinger to Seymour Linfield, August 21, 1947
2. Convention Delegates to Philip Conahan, August 25, 1947
3. Charges, August 26, 1947
Folder 11 Local 601 Victory Drive, July 26 - August 11, 1948
1. Victory Drive Report, July 26, 1948
2. Mary Blitskan to James Matles with August 2, 1948, Victory Drive Report August 11, 1948
Folder 12 Local 601 WMCK Radio Station, February 15 - April 27, 1950
1. Contract, February 15, 1950
2. Suggestions on Radio Scripts, March 10, 1950
3. McKeesport Daily News Clipping, March 15, 1950
4. Porter Mechling to Mon-Yough Broadcasting, March 17, 1950
5. Francis Sayler to Russ Nixon with Draft Letter to Federal Communications Commission and FCC Member List, March 21, 1950
6. Mechling to Mon-Yough Broadcasting, March 23, 1950
7. Press Release, March 29, 1950
8. Russ Nixon to Roger Baldwin, April 3, 1950
9. Nixon to Radio Station WMCK, April 3, 1950
10. McKeesport Daily News Clipping, April 18, 1950
11. Newspaper Clipping, April 18, 1950
12. Mechling to E. A. Kline, April 19, 1950
13. Herbert Levy to Nixon with Levy Letter to WMCK, April 26, 1950
14. Nixon to Levy, April 27, 1950
15. Nixon to Mon-Yough Broadcasting, April 27, 1950
16. Press Release, undated
Folder 13 Local 601 William Peeler Statement, August 10 - 28, 1952
1. William Peeler to James Matles, August 10, 1952
2. Albert Fitzgerald to Peeler, August 12, 1952
3. Statement of William Peeler, August 18, 1952
4. Statement of William Peeler, August 28, 1952
5. Photograph of Peeler
Folder 14 Local 601 Reports, Proposals, and Grievances, 1937 - January 29, 1942
1. Westinghouse Proposed Agreement, 1937
2. Memorandum of the Dispute Between the Local 601 and Westinghouse Company Concerning Salaried Employees, August 1941
3. Changes Proposed by Local 601 Regarding Contract, October 1941
4. Program of Local 601 for Women Workers of Westinghouse, October 1941
5. Local 601 Proposed Changes to the Westinghouse Agreement with January 29, 1942, William Simpson Letter to James Matles and Local 601 Proposals Adopted by the Westinghouse Conference for Salaried Employees to be Negotiated Under Master Agreement, January 1942
6. Grievances Submitted for Appeal with December 9, 15 and 22, 1941, Charles Newell Letters to Matles, February 18, 1942
7. Grievance No. 10264, 1942
Folder 15 Local 601 Reports, Proposals, and Grievances, March 1943 - April 8, 1950
1. Steve Thoma to William Chambers Regarding White Collar Workers and Mansfield Westinghouse, March 1943
2. Political Action Committee Report to Executive Board, August 23, 1946
3. Report of Committee to Decide Ways and Means of Conducting Voting Machine Election, 1946
4. Carolyn Krvar and Joseph Stiftinger Statement Regarding Factionalism, April 8, 1950
Folder 16 Local 601 Reports, Proposals, and Grievances, 1950 - April 25, 1952
1. History of Local 601, 1950
2. Campaign Summary with April 25, 1952, Larry Budd Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, 1952
Folder 17 Local 601 Reports, Proposals, and Grievances, undated
1. Questionnaire Regarding Wages and Incentive, undated
2. Office Procedures, Questions and Answers, undated
Folder 18 Local 601 Union Generator, June 1940 - December 1941
Folder 19 Local 601 Union Generator, February 1942 - August 2, 1946
Folder 20 Local 601 Voice of the UE, 1948 - August 20, 1952
Folder 21 Local 601 The Labor Leader, April 7, 1941
Folder 22 Local 601 Stewards PAC Bulletin, July 30 - September 16, 1946
Folder 23 Local 601 Pamphlets, April 5, 1941 - August 30, 1948
1. The Cost of Living and Wages, April 5, 1941
2. Dear Shop Stewards and Members of Local 610, March 11, 1942
3. Local 601 Members Ask with August 30, 1948, James Matles Letter to Members of the General Executive Board, 1948
Folder 24 Local 601 Pamphlets, 1948 - April 10, 1950
1. 1948 Election, 1948
2. The 601 Election, 1948
3. A Message from UE Local 601, April 10, 1950
Folder 25 Local 601 History of Local 601, 1948
Folder 26 Local 601 Leaflets, December 18, 1940 - January 11, 1942
1. "Are Communists Winning Control of Unions?", December 18, 1940
2. "For a Program of Progress for Westinghouse Workers", 1940
3. "Motor Workers Win", March 1941
4. Union Generator Reprint, August 1941
5. "American Progressive Ticket, 'Save the Union'", November 1941
6. "American Progressive Ticket, 'Time for Action'", November 1941
7. "An Appeal for Unity", November 1941
8. "An Open Letter to All Members of Westinghouse Local 601", December 1941
9. "An Open Letter to Members of Local 601", Decembre 13, 1941
10. "Unite to Defend Our Country", December 1941
11. "Election Data for Members of 601", 1941
12. "A Good Housecleaning", 1941
13. "Vote for Unity", 1941
14. "An Open Letter to Members of Local 601", 1941
15. "Installation of Officers", January 11, 1942
Folder 27 Local 601 Leaflets, 1946
1. Electric Heights, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
2. Union Office, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
3. Pittsburgh, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
4. Patton Township, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
5. Swissvale, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
6. McKeesport, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
7. Duquesne, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
8. North Braddock, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
9. Turtle Creek, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
10. Homestead, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
11. Wall, "Have You Registered to Vote?", 1946
12. "Buy-Nothing Day", 1946
13. "They Were Called 'Reds' Too", 1946
14. "For New and Vigorous Leadership Vote for Progressive Candidates", 1946
15. "Dear 601 Member", 1946
16. "The Truth!", 1946
17. "Vote the Straight Progressive Slate", 1946
Folder 28 Local 601 Leaflets, 1948 - 1976
1. "To Defeat Taft-Hartley Vote for Fighting Leaders", 1948
2. "Ye Old Proving Ground", 1948
3. "It's Your Union They're After", 1948
4. "For Continued Benefits Vote Progressive", 1948
5. "Lets Look at the Record", 1948
6. "Press Release", April 16, 1950
7. "Radio Schedule", April 1950
8. "UE Policy", June 11, 1950
9. "Stop IUE Sellout", July 17, 1950
10. "Time for Westinghouse Workers to Re-Unite", 1950
11. "Defeat the New Company-IUE Plot", 1951
12. "Strike Bulletin", April 15, 1952
13. "$100,000 to Fight Westinghouse", May 1, 1952
14. "UE Facts for Action", May 13, 1952
15. "George Tells It Like It Is" Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
16. "A Message from Your Fellow Westinghouse Workers" Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
17. "Membership Group" Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
18. "A. I. M." Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
19. "Bill Bywater and Hank Lussier" Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
20. "Know the Truth" Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
21. "A. I. M." Regarding IUE Factionalism, 1976
22. "100% Membership Drive Is On", undated
23. "Between Ourselves," John Metcalfe, undated
24. "They Were Not Called 'Reds'", undated
25. "Proposal Submitted to the Humphrey Committee," Gwilyn Price, undated
26. "Support the Following Program for 601 by Voting the Progressive Ticket", undated
Folder 29 Local 601 Newspaper Clippings, November 15, 1940 - April 1, 1942
1. The Wilkinsburg Gazette, November 15, 1940
2. The Wilkinsburg Gazette, November 29, 1940
3. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 16, 1940
4. Pittsburgh Press, December 16, 1940
5. Pittsburgh Press, December 17, 1940
6. Pittsburgh Press, December 18, 1940
7. Pittsburgh Press, December 19, 1940
8. Wilkensburg Gazette, 1941
9. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 6, 1941
10. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 6, 1941
11. The Journal, August 1, 1941
12. Newspaper Clipping, October 1941
13. Newspaper Clipping, 1941
14. Newspaper Clipping, February 9, 1942
15. Newspaper Clipping, April 1, 1942
16. Newspaper Clipping, 1944
17. Pittsburgh Press, April 19, 1949
18. "An Open Letter to All Rank and File Steelworkers", undated
19. "Westinghouse Workers Attention!", undated
Folder 30 Local 601 Election Forms and Handouts, 1940 - 1947
1. "Re-Elect Jack Metcalfe", 1940
2. "Meet T. J. Fitzpatrick", 1940
3. "For A Progressive American Local", 1940
4. "For A Progressive American UE Local No. 601", undated
5. "Elect Progressive Candidate Marshall Daugherty", 1946
6. "Vote for the United Rank and File", 1947
7. Yearly Registration Card, undated
8. "Vote This Slate", undated
9. "A United Delegation from a United Local", undated
10. Candidates of Westinghouse Workers for Delegates, undated
11. For Business Agent, undated
12. Grievance Form, undated
13. Photo, Copeland, undated
Folder 31 Local 601 - 601 Nuttal 710 Forms January 13, 1947 - June 1, 1965
Folder 32 Local 601 East Pittsburgh, PA, Westinghouse, December 12, 1935 - August 28, 1936
Folder 33 Local 601 East Pittsburgh, PA, Westinghouse, March 6 - December 17, 1937
Folder 34 Local 601 East Pittsburgh, PA, Westinghouse, November 11, 1936 - November 23, 1937
Folder 35 Local 601 East Pittsburgh, PA, Westinghouse, April 26, 1936 - August 11, 1938
Folder 36 Local 601 East Pittsburgh, PA, Westinghouse, May 5, 1936 - August 29, 1938

Section: Local 601 (Nuttall)

Folder 37 Local 601(Nuttall) Executive Council Minutes on the Effect of New Automatic Machinery on Rates and Jobs, January 7, 1958
Folder 38 Local 601(Nuttall) General Incoming Correspondence, May 2, 1952 - July 9, 1962
1. Janet Barish to George Gibbs Regarding Staff Finances, August 1, 1952
2. Barish to Anthony Sucha Regarding Westinghouse Strike, March 15, 1956
3. Daniel Berger to Frank Donner Regarding Gibbs vs. Westinghouse with Attorney's Fee, June 27, 1962
4. Berger to Donner Regarding Attorney's Fees with July 12, 1962, Donner Letter to Berger, July 9, 1962
5. Julius Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Charter with Memo to Rachie, March 6, 1951
6. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, May 2, 1952
7. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Staff Finances, June 25, 1952
8. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Staff Finances, July 2, 1952
9. Emspak to Sucha Regarding Staff Finances, July 9, 1952
10. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, August 6, 1952
11. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, August 12, 1952
12. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, August 20, 1952
13. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, August 26, 1952
14. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, September 2, 1952
15. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, October 9, 1952
16. Emspak to All UE Locals Regarding Supplies, December 27, 1957
17. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Supplies and 20-Year Members, January 15, 1958
18. Emspak to Gibbs Regarding Derry-Nuttall Unemployment Compensation Case, December 8, 1958
19. Emspak to Sucha Regarding Strikes and Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, December 11, 1959
20. Emspak to Sucha Regarding Funds and Property and Local Disbandment, May 4, 1960
21. Emspak to All UE Locals Regarding Nuttall Plant Shut-Down with June 13, 1960, Sucha Letter to Emspak, June 15, 1960
22. Emspak to Sucha Regarding Nuttall Plant Shut-Down, June 21, 1960
23. Emspak to Cecil Maurer Regarding Staff Finances, June 1, 1961
24. Emspak to Tom Quinn Regarding Staff Finances, July 28, 1961
Folder 39 Local 601(Nuttall) General Incoming Correspondence, April 21, 1952 - July 12, 1962
1. Albert Fitzgerald to Anthony Sucha Regarding Publicity, June 5, 1959
2. Jerry Landis to UE Regarding Attorney's Retainer Fee and Nuttall Westinghouse Seniority with Landis Letter to Robert Lewis, May 12, 1959
3. Daniel Marguriet to George Gibbs Regarding Property and Equipment, June 7, 1960
4. James Matles to Gibbs Regarding Strike Fund, April 21, 1952
5. Matles to Robert Bornholz Regarding Nuttall Westinghouse Strike and Election with Adoph Strauss Letter to Fitzgerald, August 6, 1952
6. Matles Telegram to Gibbs Regarding Strike Settlement, September 8, 1952
7. Matles to Gibbs Regarding Nuttall-Derry Unemployment Compensation Case, July 1, 1958
8. Matles to Gibbs, August 18, 1958
9. Matles to Sucha Regarding Mailing Strip, March 10, 1959
10. Matles to Gibbs Regarding Keysheet, Classifications and Wages, July 21, 1959
11. Matles to Gibbs Regarding Westinghouse Stockholders Meeting and Employment, April 18, 1960
12. Matles to Marguriet Regarding Retirement Lawsuit and Union Funds, July 12, 1962
13. UE Memo to Local 601 Nuttall Regarding Staff Finances, October 21, 1955
Folder 40 Local 601(Nuttall) General Outgoing Correspondence, June 30, 1952 - June 13, 1960
1. George Gibbs to James Matles Regarding Strike Funding, July 29, 1952
2. Gibbs to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Three Receipts, September 9, 1952
3. Stanley Loney to Matles Regarding Nuttall Strike Funding, June 30, 1952
4. Cecil Maurer to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 19, 1952
5. Maurer to Emspak Regarding UE 22nd Convention, November 19, 1956
6. Maurer to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Records, May 25, 1961
7. Tom Quinn to Robert Lewis Regarding Westinghouse Unemployment Compensation Case, December 1, 1958
8. Quinn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1961
9. Anthony Sucha to Janet Barish Regarding Strike Funding, March 19, 1956
10. Sucha to Emspak Regarding Mailing List and Staff Finances, March 2, 1959
11. Sucha to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 25, 1959
12. Sucha to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Publicity with Three Newspaper Clippings, June 2, 1959
13. Sucha to Emspak Regarding Funds and Property, May 3, 1960
14. Sucha to Emspak Regarding Nuttall Plant Shut-Down, June 13, 1960
Folder 41 Local 601(Nuttall) Financial Receipts, Quarterly Audit, and Legal Fees, July 9, 1951 - May 29, 1962
Folder 42-44 Local 601(Nuttall) Letters from U. S. Congressmen in Response to Albert Fitzgerald's Letter Regarding Nuttall Plant Shut-Down, March - April 1960
Folder 45 Local 601(Nuttall) UE Locals Letter to Mark Cresap Regarding Shut-Down of Nuttall Plant, March 14 - April 5, 1960
Folder 46 Local 601(Nuttall) Congressional Records, June 3, 1959 - March 17, 1960
1. H. J. Resolution 441, Joint Resolution to Provide a Special Research Inquiry into the Causes of Chronic Unemployment in Economically Depressed Areas, June 3, 1959
2. Congressional Record Appendix, Extension of Remarks of John H. Dent of Pennsylvania with Alberty Fitzgerald Letter to John Dent, March 7, 1960
3. Congressional Record Appendix, Extension of Remarks of John H. Dent of Pennsylvania with Dale McFeathers Letter to Dent, March 17, 1960
Folder 47 Local 601(Nuttall) Sunday Gazette-Mail Clipping, "How Did it Happen?", January 31, 1960
Folder 48 Local 601(Nuttall) Leaflets, May 8 - July 2, 1952
1. Regarding Nuttall Strike, "Are You With Us?", May 8, 1952
2. Strike Bulletin, July 2, 1952

Section: Local 602

Folder 49 Local 602 Officers List January 23, 1941 - January 8, 1949
Folder 50 Local 602 Dues Paying Members List, September 1940
Folder 51 Local 602 Executive Council Minutes Excerpts, December 15 - 16, 1952
Folder 52 Local 602 Executive Council Resolutions, December 22, 1947
1. Resolution Against "Gag Rule", December 22, 1947
2. Resolution on Signing of Non-Communist Affidavits, December 22, 1947
3. CIO News Resolution, December 22, 1947
Folder 53 Local 602 Andrew Dahm Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939 - September 23, 1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 21, 1939
2. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 21, 1940
3. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, January 16, 1941
4. Emspak Regarding Conscription and Wages, February 7, 1941
5. Emspak Regarding Wages, May 20, 1941
6. Emspak Telegram Regarding Staff Finances, June 24, 1941
7. Secretary to Emspak Regarding GE Conference, June 27, 1941
8. Emspak Regarding Wages, July 8, 1941
9. Emspak Regarding Armistice Day, November 7, 1941
10. Emspak Regarding Conscription and Wages, January 8, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Membership and Wages, January 30, 1942
12. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 30, 1942
13. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Dues, February 14, 1942
14. Secretary to Emspak Regarding District 6 and Local 602 Meeting, February 24, 1942
15. Emspak Regarding Hours, Wages and Schenectady with May 11, 1943, Leo Jandreau Letter to Emspak and May 6, 1943, Emspak Letter to Jandreau, May 17, 1943
16. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Staff Finances, February 6, 1945
17. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding General Executive Board and Staff Finances, January 5, 1943
18. Leo Jandreau Regarding Women and Wages, September 23, 1943
19. K. L. Shaw Regarding Staff Finances, May 6, 1942
20. Robert Tindle Regarding Staff Finances, December 1, 1941
Folder 54 Local 602 Andrew Dahm Outgoing Correspondence, August 19, 1939 - October 25, 1941
1. Dahm to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 19, 1939
2. Dahm to UE Regarding Supplies and Production, October 30, 1940
3. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 28, 1940
4. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Conscription and Wages, February 5, 1941
5. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Wages, May 10, 1941
6. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Membership and Wages, May 17, 1941
7. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 31, 1941
8. Dahm to Emspak, June 14, 1941
9. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 21, 1941
10. Dahm to Emspak Regarding GE Conference Board, June 21, 1941
11. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Wages, June 25, 1941
12. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Wages, July 5, 1941
13. Dahm to William Chambers, August 30, 1941
14. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Address Changes, September 6, 1941
15. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Membership, September 20, 1941
16 Dahm to Emspak Regarding Address Changes, September 27, 1941
17. Dahm to General Executive Board Regarding Factionalism, September 27, 1941
18. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Membership, October 11, 1941
19. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Membership, October 15, 1941
20. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Address Changes, October 25, 1941
Folder 55 Local 602 Andrew Dahm Outgoing Correspondence, November 4, 1941 - August 8, 1952
1. Dahm to Julius Emspak Regarding Armistice Day, November 4, 1941
2. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Address Changes, December 2, 1941
3. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Membership, Hours and Wages, December 23, 1941
4. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Conscription, December 31, 1941
5. Dahm to Emspak, January 12, 1942
6. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Communism, February 3, 1942
7. Dahm to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, April 20, 1942
8. Dahm to K. L. Shaw Regarding Staff Finances, May 16, 1942
9. Dahm to Emspak Regarding GE Contracts, June 28, 1942
10. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Western Union, August 8, 1952
11. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 16, 1943
12. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Wages and Women, February 16, 1943
13. Dahm to Emspak Regarding GE Conference, April 5, 1943
14. Dahm to Leo Jandreau Regarding Women's Wages, September 14, 1943
15. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Veterans, January 31, 1945
16. Dahm to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 23, 1945
Folder 56 Local 602 General Incoming Correspondence, August 14, 1939 - July 14, 1949
1-2. Harold Briney to Harry Buffington Regarding Staff Finances, March 29, 1943
3. William Chambers to Buffington Regarding Publicity and Factionalism, August 9, 1941
4. Chambers to Buffington Regarding Publicity and Mailing List, September 22, 1941
5. Chambers Telegram to Buffington Regarding Staff Finances, August 26, 1942
6. Michael Fitzpatrick to Buffington Regarding Staff Finances, February 15, 1943
7. Fitzpatrick to Buffington Regarding Staff Finances, August 4, 1953
8. Julius Emspak to Local 602 Regarding Staff Finances, August 14, 1939
9. Emspak to Francis Galli Regarding Wages, April 1, 1941
10. Emspak to K. L. Shaw Regarding Staff Finances, August 6, 1942
11. Emspak to Buffington Regarding GE Locals Conference and Factionalism, August 7, 1942
12. Emspak to Chambers, August 7, 1942
13. Emspak Telegram to Chambers Regarding Meeting, August 27, 1942
14. Emspak to Helen Krall Regarding Staff Finances, November 8, 1946
15. Emspak to Andrew Panezich Regarding Taft-Hartley Act, Wagner Act and Noris-LaGuardia Anti-Injunction Act, December 6, 1948
16. Emspak to Paul Miller Regarding Staff Finances and Dues, July 14, 1949
17. James Matles to Fitzpatrick and Buffington Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism with June 28, 1943, Matles Letter to Buffington, June 24, 1943
18. Matles to Buffington Regarding Factionalism, July 24, 1943
19. Matles to Buffington, August 11, 1943
20. R. W. Tomlin to Galli Regarding Dues, October 5, 1949
Folder 57 Local 602 General Outgoing Correspondence, March 29, 1941 - July 15, 1944
1. Harold Briney to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 1, 1943
2. Briney to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, July 13, 1943
3. Harry Buffington Telegram to Julius Emspak, March 29, 1941
4. Buffington Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages and Contract, March 1941
5. Buffington to Emspak, July 19, 1941
6. Buffington to William Chambers Regarding Publicity and Communism, August 2, 1941
7. Buffington to Chambers Regarding Publicity and Mailing List, September 20, 1941
8. Buffington to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Factionalism and Meeting, February 22, 1942
9. Buffington Telegram to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, June 26, 1943
10. Buffington to Matles Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, June 29, 1943
11. Buffington to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Staff Finances, August 2, 1943
12. Buffington Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and GE Conference with August 7, 1942, Buffington Telegram to Emspak Regarding GE Conference and Factionalism, August 5, 1942
13. Martin Cebula to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 15, 1944
14. Chambers to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, May 22, 1943
15. Chambers to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, Factionalism, Publicity and Communism, February 4, 1942
Folder 58 Local 602 General Outgoing Correspondence, October 21, 1940 - February 5, 1949
1. Francis Galli to James Carey, October 21, 1940
2. Galli to Julius Emspak Regarding Greivances and Wages, March 29, 1941
3. Helen Krall to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Publicity, November 6, 1946
4. Krall to National Officers Regarding Marshall Plan, Factionalism and UE District Meeting with Comment by Local 602 on Memorandum of UE District Meeting, February 9, 1948
5. Paul Miller to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues, July 9, 1949
6. Miller to Emspak Regarding United Packinghouse Union, February 5, 1949
7. Andrew Panezich Telegram to Galli Regarding Wages, March 14, 1946
8. Panezich to National Officers Regarding National UE Petition and Taft-Hartley Act Repeal, November 29, 1948
9. K. L. Shaw to Emspak Regarding Meeting, August 28, 1942
10. Shaw to Emspak Regarding Meeting, August 28, 1942
11. Robert Trindle Regarding Staff Finances, January 19, 1942
Folder 59 Local 602 Salary and Expense Letters, December 12, 1940 - October 9, 1941
Folder 60 Local 602 Monthly Report on Operation of Maintenance Clause, December 8, 1942 - May 1, 1943
Folder 61 Local 602 Finances, November 5 - 7, 1949
1. Per Capita and Supply Payment Report with Unemployment Stamps, November 5, 1949
2. UE News Statement, November 7
Folder 62 Local 602 Per Capita to District 6, October 15, 1942 - April 21, 1943
1. Outline of 602 Case, October 15, 1942
2. Memorandum Prepared by District 6, April 21, 1943
Folder 63 Local 602 New Kensington, PA, General Electric, February 15, 1936 - March 3, 1938
Folder 64 Local 602 New Kensington, PA, General Electric, April 14, 1936 - August 30, 1938

Section: Local 603

Folder 65 Local 603 Officers Lists, May 2, 1944 - June 5, 1950
Folder 66 Local 603 General Incoming Correspondence, June 15, 1943 - December 11, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Sister Sulzycki Regarding Staff Finances, June 15, 1943
2. Emspak to Hugh Harley Regarding Charter, Supplies and Windsor Electric Company, June 15, 1943
3. Secretary to Emspak Regarding Organization and Independent Burke Electric, March 24, 1944
4. Emspak to John Paradise Regarding Independent Burke Electric, Membership and Supplies, April 7, 1944
5. Emspak to Paradise Regarding Supplies, April 20, 1944
6. Emspak to Paradise Regarding Supplies, May 9, 1944
7. Emspak to Paradise Regarding Local 603 Burke Electric and Expansion of Jurisdiction, June 15, 1944
8. Emspak to Clifford Travis Regarding Burke Electric and Expansion of Jurisdiction, July 7, 1944
9. Emspak to Paradise Regarding Local 603 Expansion of Jurisdiction, July 25, 1944
10. Emspak to Paradise Regarding Local 603 Expansion of Jurisdiction, October 3, 1944
11. Emspak to Travis Regarding Local 603 Expansion of Jurisdiction, October 16, 1944
12. Emspak to Walter Mugford Regarding Penn Copper and Brass Company and Bargaining Rights, June 15, 1945
13. Emspak to Genevieve Kowalewski Regarding Staff Finances and Veterans, January 23, 1946
14. Emspak to Fred Gardner Regarding Locals 603 and 629, October 5, 1946
15. Emspak to Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Charter, Penn Brass and Copper and Penn Union Electric, October 5, 1946
16. Emspak to Fred Gardner Regarding Local 603 Expansion of Jurisdiction, October 22, 1946
17. Emspak to Robert Brunner Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1946
Folder 67 Local 603 General Incoming Correspondence, April 1944 - November 10, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Charles Kennedy Regarding Officers with Note, April 22, 1947
2. Emspak to Charles Davis Regarding Charter, June 2, 1947
3. Emspak to Thomas Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, Charter and Penn Union Electric, August 13, 1947
4. Emspak to Fitzpatrick Regarding Charter and Penn Union Electric, August 26, 1947
5. Emspak to Fred Gardner Regarding Charter and Penn Union Electric, September 4, 1947
6. Emspak to Gardner Regarding Charter and Penn Union Electric, January 20, 1948
7. Emspak to Gardner Regarding Charter and Penn Union Electric, February 9, 1948
8. Emspak to John Rictor Regarding Staff Finances with Note, November 10, 1949
9. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Local 603 as a Miscellaneous Local, October 16, 1946
10. Fitzpatrick to Emspak Regarding Charter and Staff Finances, August 29, 1947
11. David Schribner to Fred Gardner Regarding Staff Finances, December 1, 1949
12. Office Note Regarding Burke Electric and Charter, April 1944
Folder 68 Local 603 General Outgoing Correspondence, November 8, 1943 - February 12, 1948
1. Robert Brunner Memo Regarding Staff Finances, July 8, 1946
2. Ella Duncombe to James Matles Regarding Penn Union Electric and New Charter, January 20, 1948
3. Fred Gardner to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 603-629 Amalgamation, Local 603 Penn Brass and Copper Expansion of Jurisdiction and Windsor Electric Company, September 29, 1946
4. Gardner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Supplies, October 21, 1946
5. Gardner to Emspak Regarding Penn Union Electric and New Charter, August 1, 1947
6. Gardner to Emspak Regarding Penn Union Electric and Factionalism, February 12, 1948
7. Nello Mangoni to Tom Wright Regarding Mailing List, November 19, 1946
8. Mangoni to Emspak Regarding Penn Union Electric and Finances, August 2, 1947
9. Walter Mugford Regarding Penn Brass and Copper Company and Amalgamation, June 22, 1945
10. John Paradise to Emspak Regarding Independent Burke Electric and Local 603 Expansion of Jurisdiction, March 21, 1944
11. Paradise to Emspak Regarding Local 603 Burke Electric Expansion of Jurisdiction, April 19, 1944
12. Paradise to Emspak Regarding Local 603 Burke Electric and Supplies, May 12, 1944
13. Paradise to Emspak Regarding Local 603 Burke Electric, June 12, 1944
14. Paradise to Emspak Regarding Burke Electric and Charter, September 27, 1944
15. John C. Travis to Emspak Regarding Officers, November 8, 1943
16. Travis to Emspak Regarding Officers, December 23, 1943
17. Travis to Emspak Regarding Local 603 Burke Electric, July 1, 1944
18. Travis to Emspak Regarding Address Change, August 6, 1944
19. Travis to UE Regarding Address Change, November 10, 1944
Folder 69 Local 603 Pittsburgh, PA, April 24, 1936 - June 1, 1938

Section: Local 604 (West Penn Power)


Box 7
Folder 1 Local 604 (West Penn Power) General Incoming Correspondence, September 28, 1936 - January 21, 1938
1. James Carey to Reginald Brown Regarding Separate Locals, May 18, 1937
2. Carey to U. S. Lusk Regarding Staff Members, January 21, 1938
3. Carey Telegram to Lusk Regarding Strikes and Local 604 West Penn Power, undated
4. Julius Emspak to Joseph Kushner Regarding Duquesne Light Organization, September 28, 1936
5. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Brooklyn Edison and Inter-Union Rivalry, December 19, 1936
6. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Supplies and People's Press, December 22, 1936
7. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Wages, December 30, 1936
8. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Supplies and Organization, October 26, 1936
9. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Mailing List and Local 604 Collective Bargaining, January 12, 1937
10. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Wages and Brooklyn Edison, January 15, 1937
11. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Finances and Organization at Pennsylvania Light & Power and Consolidated Edison, March 25, 1937
12. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Local 604 Duquesne Light and West Penn Power Collective Bargaining, April 10, 1937
13. Emspak to Lusk Regarding Finances, People's Press and Local 604 West Penn Power Contract, April 19, 1937
14. Emspak to Lusk Regarding Electrician Organization, April 26, 1937
15. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Supplies and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-Union Rivalry, April 29, 1937
16. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Finances, Supplies and Company Unions, May 18, 1937
17. Emspak to Ralph Smith Regarding Local 604 Officers, August 10, 1937
18. Emspak to Kushner Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 20, 1937
19. Emspak to Joseph Kushner Regarding Finances, June 12, 1937
20. Emspak to R. V. Conway Regarding Separate Charters and West Penn Power, July 10, 1937
21. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Separate Charters and Supplies, July 10, 1937
22. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Finances, July 20, 1937
23. Emspak to Kushner Regarding Local 604 Constitution, September 29, 1937
Folder 2 Local 604 (West Penn Power) General Incoming Correspondence, March 5 - October 1, 1937
1. Julius Emspak to Carl Allen Regarding Finances, October 1, 1937
2. Emspak to J. C. Fritz Regarding Supplies, October 29, 1937
3. Executive Secretary to Joseph Kushner Regarding Finances and People's Press, March 5, 1937
4. Executive Secretary to Kushner Regarding Organization, April 5, 1937
5. Executive Secretary to U. S. Lusk Regarding Supplies, April 21, 1937
Folder 3 Local 604 (West Penn Power) General Outgoing Correspondence, October 20, 1936 - September 4, 1937
1. Carl Allen to UE Regarding West Penn Power Charter Application and Duquesne Light, September 24, 1937
2. Allen to UE Regading Finances, October 18, 1937
3. Reginald Brown to James Carey Regarding Duquesne Light and West Penn Power Separate Charters, May 17, 1937
4. J. C. Fitz to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 19, 1937
5. Fritz to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, November 2, 1937
6. Fritz to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 7, 1937
7. Joseph Kushner to UE Regarding West Penn Power and Duquesne Light Organization, October 20, 1936
8. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Wages, Duquesne Light, West Penn Power and Overtime, December 24, 1936
9. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Philco Contract, January 8, 1937
10. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 2, 1937
11. Kushner to Emspak Regarding West Penn Power and Duquesne Light Organization and Finances, March 22, 1937
12. Kushner to Emspak Regarding West Penn Power Organization and Finances, March 22, 1937
13. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Finances, Duquesne Light Organization and Company Unit, March 30, 1937
14. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Local 604 Duquesne Light and West Penn Power Collective Bargaining, April 7, 1937
15. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Finances, Local 604 Duquesne Light Collective Bargaining and Local 604 West Penn Power Contract, April 27, 1937
16. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Duquesne Light Organization and Contract and Pittsburgh Duquesne Light Organization, May 12, 1937
17. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 604 Officers, June 5, 1937
18. Kushner to Emspak Regarding West Penn Power Charter and Finances, June 20, 1937
19. Kushner to UE Regarding Finances, July 9, 1937
20. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Supplies, Dues and 1937 UE Convention, August 18, 1937
21. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Local 604 Constitution, September 4, 1937
22. Kushner to Emspak Regarding Duquesne Light Organization and People's Press, 1937
Folder 4 Local 604 (West Penn Power) General Outgoing Correspondence, February 27, 1937 - January 7, 1938
1. U. S. Lusk Telegram to James Carey Regarding Local 604 Collective Bargaining and Company Unions, February 27, 1937
2. Lusk to Julius Emspak Regarding West Penn Power Contract and Duquesne Light Collective Bargaining, April 17, 1937
3. Lusk to James Matles Regarding Duquesne Light Organization, November 17, 1937
4. Lusk to Carey Regarding Staff Finances and Utility Workers, December 28, 1937
5. Lusk to John L. Lewis Regarding Staff Members and Congress of Industrial Organization, January 7, 1938
6. J. D. Montgomery to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 20, 1937
7. J. C. Wissinger to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 30, 1937
8. Wissinger to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 16, 1937
Folder 5 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Joseph Kushner Expense Letter, July 19, 1937
Folder 6 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Receipts, August 10, 1937 - February 17, 1938
Folder 7 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Supply Requisitions, October 30 - November 18, 1937
Folder 8 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Stamps, August 12 - December 14, 1937
Folder 9 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Report of Financial Secretary, May 1937 - January 1938
Folder 10 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Finances, 1937
1. Bill, April 1937
2. Requisition, November 13, 1937
3. Notice of Delinquency, November 1937
Folder 11 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Duquesne Light Organizing Campaign, January 1938
1. Henry Black to John Lewis, January 5, 1938
2. Walter Smethurst to James Carey, January 18, 1938
3. James Carey to Black, January 20, 1938
Folder 12 Local 604 (West Penn Power) Miscellaneous, April 16, 1937
1. George Heyd to U. S. Lusk Regarding Electricians, April 16, 1937
2. Brief History of Local 604 West Penn Power, 1937

Section: Local 604 (Clearfield)

Folder 13 Local 604 (Clearfield) Charter, November 1, 1943
Folder 14 Local 604 (Clearfield) Officers Lists, March 2, 1944 - February 2, 1949
Folder 15 Local 604 (Clearfield) General Incoming Correspondence, October 11, 1943 - October 30, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Clair Kester Regarding Charter, October 11, 1943
2. Emspak to Leonora Leonard Regarding Finances, February 18, 1944
3. Emspak to James Daub Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 23, 1945
4. Emspak to Daub Regarding Finances, December 16, 1946
5. Emspak to Daub Regarding Political Action Committee, September 19, 1947
6. Emspak to Daub Regarding UE News, October 30, 1950
Folder 16 Local 604 (Clearfield) General Outgoing Correspondence, October 1, 1947 - October 27, 1950
1. James Daub to UE Regarding Change of Address, November 28, 1949
2. Daub to UE Regarding UE News, October 25, 1950
3. Daub to UE Regarding Disbanding, October 27, 1950
4. Floyd Green to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 1, 1947
Folder 17 Local 604 (Clearfield) Separate Charter, September 13 - November 29, 1943
1. Michael Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak, September 13, 1943
2. William Chambers to Emspak, October 8, 1943
3. Chambers to Emspak, October 25, 1943
4. Emspak to Chambers, October 26, 1943
5. Chambers to Emspak, November 1, 1943
6. Emspak to Stanley Loney, November 3, 1943
7. Emspak to Fitzpatrick, November 29, 1943
8. Emspak to Leo Turner, November 29, 1943
Folder 18 Local 604 (Clearfield) Strike, April 16 - June 12, 1947
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 16, 1947
2. Report of Strike, June 2, 1947
3. Termination of Strike, June 12, 1947
Folder 19 Local 604 (Clearfield) Correspondence, January 20, 1944, November 3, 1950
1. Lloyd Lutz Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 604 Officers and Supplies, January 20, 1944
2. Emspak Letter to Stanley Loney Regarding Local 604 Disaffiliation, November 3, 1950
Folder 20 Local 604 (Clearfield) Newspaper Facts and Fancy, January 1, 1947

Section: Local 605

Folder 21 Local 605 Officers Lists, April 17, 1947 - February 2, 1948
Folder 22 Local 605 General Incoming Correspondence, May 9, 1944 - July 21, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Allan McNeil Regarding Charter, May 9, 1944
2. Emspak to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and Charter, May 21, 1944
3. Emspak to Walter Mugford Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and Charter, May 21, 1944
4. Emspak to Leo Turner Regarding Cameron Manufacturing and Charter, 1947
5. Emspak to Franklin Freedline Regarding Staff Finances, March 1, 1946
6. Emspak to Freedline Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, March 18, 1946
7. Emspak to Freedline Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1946
8. Emspak to Edward Hostetlar Regarding Address, June 4, 1947
9. Emspak to Dion Roberto Regarding Addresses, January 28, 1948
Folder 23 Local 605 General Outgoing Correspondence, June 30, 1942 - May 27, 1948
1. Franklin Freedline to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, March 4, 1946
2. Allan McNeil to Emspak Regarding Charter and Cameron Manufacturing, May 3, 1944
3. Dion Roberto to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 8, 1946
4. Roberto to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 22, 1946
5. Roberto to National Labor Relations Board Regarding Cameron Manufacturing Company Strike and Wages, June 6, 1947
6. Roberto to Carl Zimmer Regarding Strike, Cameron Manufacturing Company and Wages, June 6, 1947
7. Roberto Telegram to Emspak Regarding Strike Funds, April 17, 1948
8. Roberto to Emspak Regarding Contract and Staff Finances, May 27, 1948
9. Ruth Roemer Telegram to David Schribner Regarding Arbitration, July 18, 1947
10. Leo Turner to Emspak Regarding Charter and Cameron Manufacturing Company, April 14, 1944
11. Kenneth Wheaton to Emspak Regarding Officers, Mailing List and Lay-Offs, June 2, 1947
12. Mary Whitehead to Emspak Regarding Contract, June 30, 1942
Folder 24 Local 605 Financial Statements, June 17, 1947 - August 1948
1. Office Statement, June 17, 1947
2. Termination of Strike, May 4, 1948
3. Ledger, November 1947 - August 1948
Folder 25 Local 605 Leaflet "Extra", undated

Section: Local 606

Folder 26 Local 606 Officers Lists, February 11, 1941 - February 2, 1949
Folder 27 Local 606 Executive Council Resolution Regarding Recognition of Good Job Done by National Officers, July 2, 1947
Folder 28 Local 606 General Incoming Correspondence, August 23, 1939 - January 19, 1951
1. James Carey to Ann Risdale, January 21, 1941
2. William Chambers to Oscar Koenig Regarding Amendment to Constitution and Bargaining Committees, October 22, 1943
3. Julius Emspak to Jerry Holtzer Regarding Staff Finances, August 23, 1939
4. Emspak to Risdale Regarding Business Agent, August 28, 1940
5. Emspak to Holtzer Regarding Mailing List and Dues, October 14, 1940
6. Emspak to Risdale Regarding Mailing List, November 27, 1940
7. Emspak to Joe LaValle Regarding UE News, February 20, 1941
8. Emspak to LaValle Regarding Publicity, February 26, 1941
9. Emspak to Fred Lydic Regarding Porcelier Manufacturing Company and Erie Sales Glass Company, March 3, 1941
10. Emspak to Clyde Brown Regarding Strikes, Kirkland Lake Gold Miners and the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, February 23, 1942
11. Emspak to Emily Quatse Regarding Veterans, June 27, 1945
12. Emspak to Quatse Regarding Supplies, February 20, 1946
13. Emspak to George Pacek Regarding Supplies, December 12, 1946
14. Emspak to Quatse Regarding Officers and Addresses, February 14, 1947
15. Emspak to Pacek Regarding Staff Finances and Steel Strike, December 21, 1949
16. Emspak to Koenig Regarding Taft-Hartley Act, January 24, 1950
17. James Matles to Preston Wilkinson Regarding General Electric Loche Insulator Company Election, January 19, 1951
18. David Ratner to Quatse, November 21, 1945
19. H. Tauber of Porcelier Manufacturing Company to Local 606 Executive Board Regarding American Federation of Labor Labels and Electrical Contractors and Electricians, January 10, 1941
20. Kathy Memo to Paula, November 13, 1947
Folder 29 Local 606 General Outgoing Correspondence, June 6, 1939 - December 12, 1949
1. Robert Baird to UE Regarding Grievances and Factionalism, March 16, 1941
2. Clyde Brown Letter, February 20, 1942
3. Jerry Holtzer to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 6, 1939
4. Holtzer to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 28, 1939
5. Oscar Koenig to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting Time, June 17, 1943
6. Koenig to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiating Committee, September 7, 1943
7. Koenig to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiating Committee, November 24, 1943
8. Koenig to Emspak Regarding Steelworkers and Coal Miners Strike and Returned Check, December 12, 1949
9. Joe LaValle to Emspak Regarding UE News, February 7, 1941
10. LaValle to Emspak Regarding UE News, February 24, 1941
11. Fred Lydic to Emspak Regarding Porcelier Manufacturing Company and Erie Sales Glass Company, February 21, 1941
12. Lydic to Emspak Regarding Porcelier Manufacturing Company, March 14, 1941
13. Lydic to Emspak Regarding Dues, September 12, 1941
14. George Pacek to Emspak Regarding Supplies with Office Memo, November 26, 1946
15. Pacek to Emspak Regarding Mailing List and Officers, February 9, 1948
16. Pacek to Emspak Regarding Steelworkers and Coal Miners Strike, November 7, 1949
Folder 30 Local 606 General Outgoing Correspondence, January 8, 1940 - March 8, 1951
1. Emily Quatse to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, June 19, 1945
2. Quatse to Neil Brant, November 11, 1945
3. Quatse to Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 15, 1946
4. Quatse to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee and Staff Finances, October 12, 1946
5. Ann Risdale to James Carey Regarding Factionalism, January 8, 1940
6. Risdale to Emspak Regarding Business Agent, August 21, 1940
7. Risdale to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 21, 1940
8. Risdale to Carey Regarding Factionalism, January 20, 1941
9. Nick Sassos to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Disaffiliation, March 8, 1951
Folder 31 Local 606 Financial Statements, February 26, 1937 - October 6, 1941
1. Jerry Holtzer, Salary/Expense Letter, December 26, 1940
2. Fred Lydic, Salary/Expense Letter, October 6, 1941
3. Financial Secretary's Report, November 10, 1943
4. Credit Bill, August 29, 1939
5. Statement on Dues Stamps, February 26, 1937 - June 1939
Folder 32 Local 606 Correspondence, Julius Emspak to H. Tauber, President of Porcelier Manufacturing Company, Regarding American Federation of Labor Electrician's Union Label, January 21, 1946
Folder 33 Local 606 South Greensburgh, PA., Porcelier Manufacturing Company, February 26 - October 18, 1937
Folder 34 Local 606 South Greensburgh, PA., Porcelier Manufacturing Company, March 1937 - August 1938

Section: Local 607 (Sharon, PA)

Folder 35 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) Officers List, March 1937
Folder 36 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) General Incoming Correspondence, March 23 - November 24, 1937
1. Julius Emspak to Clarence Irwin Regarding Pennsylvania Power Company Charter, Staff Finances and Supplies, March 23, 1937
2. Emspak to S. R. Leslie Regarding Charter, Staff Finances and Supplies, March 23, 1937
3. Emspak to W. D. Mohn Regarding Supplies, June 1, 1937
4. Emspak to Mohn Regarding Staff Finances and Supplies, June 3, 1937
5. Emspak to Mohn Regarding Supplies, June 22, 1937
6. Emspak to G. T. Shockey Regarding Supplies, June 24, 1937
7-8. Emspak to Mohn Regarding Staff Finances, August 17, 1937
9. Emspak to Mohn Regarding Staff Finances, November 24, 1937
10. Executive Secretary to Mohn Regarding Supplies, March 31, 1937
11. Executive Secretary to Mohn Regarding Supplies, April 29, 1937
12. Office Memo, undated
Folder 37 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) General Outgoing Correspondence, March 20, 1937 - March 28, 1938
1. Clarence Irwin to Julius Emspak Regarding Charter, Pennsylvania Power Company and Officers, March 20, 1937
2. W. D. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 30, 1937
3. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 27, 1937
4. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 6, 1937
5. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 26, 1937
6. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 21, 1937
7. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 14, 1937
8. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 30, 1937
9. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 20, 1937
10. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1937
11. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 15, 1938
12. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Charter and Utility Organizing Committee, March 28, 1938
Folder 38 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) Salary/Expense Letter, W. D. Mohn, July 26, 1937
Folder 39 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) Financial Receipts, August 17, 1937 - February 19, 1938
Folder 40 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) Report of Financial Secretary, April 1937 - January 1938
Folder 41 Local 607 (Sharon, PA) Finances, November 1937 - February 28, 1938
1. Stamps, February 28, 1938
2. Notice of Delinquency, November 1937
3. Supply Receipt
4. Receipt of Communication

Section: Local 607 (Huntington, WV)

Folder 42 Local 607 (Huntington, WV) General Incoming Correspondence, September 15, 1944 - September 15, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Leo Turner Regarding Miscellaneous Local Charter and Supplies, September 15, 1949
2. Emspak to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Miscellaneous Local Charter and Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing, September 15, 1944
3. Emspak to Leo Turner Regarding Staff Finances with September 22, 1944, Turner Letter to Emspak, October 9, 1944
4. Emspak to June Morrison Regarding Staff Finances, November 21, 1944
5. Emspak to A. C. Collins Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, December 13, 1944
6. Emspak to Collins Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, February 21, 1945
7. Emspak to Christine Irby Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1946
8. Emspak to Charles Clark Regarding Staff Finances, January 17, 1947
9. Emspak to Clark Regarding Political Action Committee, September 23, 1947
10. Emspak to Paul Nance Regarding Staff Finances, October 25, 1951
11. Russ Nixon to Ernest Geer Regarding PAC with Thomas Fitzpatrick Letter to Nixon, November 3, 1947
Folder 43 Local 607 (Huntington, WV) General Outgoing Correspondence, September 12, 1944 - October 9, 1947
1. Irene Berman to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Supplies, November 30, 1944
2. A. C. Collins to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, January 30, 1945
3. Ernest Geer to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, October 9, 1947
4. Leo Turner to Emspak Regarding Charter and Westinghouse Service Shops, September 12, 1944

Section: Local 608 (McKeesport)

Folder 44 Local 608 (McKeesport) Officers Lists, November 18, 1946 - August 23, 1950
Folder 45 Local 608 (McKeesport) General Incoming Correspondence, June 25, 1937 - January 25, 1938
1. Julius Emspak to Walter Albeis Regarding Supplies with Filing Card, June 25, 1937
2. Emspak to Albeis Regarding Supplies, Finances and Dues, June 25, 1937
3. Emspak to Albeis Regarding Finances, July 6, 1937
4. Emspak to Albeis Regarding Finances and Supplies, July 20, 1937
5. Emspak to Albeis Regarding Finances, August 10, 1937
6. Emspak to Albeis Regarding Supplies, December 8, 1937
7. Emspak to Albeis Regarding Supplies, January 25, 1938
Folder 46 Local 608 (McKeesport) General Outgoing Correspondence, July 6, 1937 - June 24, 1938
1. Walter Albeis to Julius Emspak Regarding Membership List and People's Press, July 6, 1937
2. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 12, 1937
3. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Finances and People's Press, July 27, 1937
4. Albeis to UE Regarding 1937 UE Convention, August 27, 1937
5. Albeis to UE Regarding Supplies, August 27, 1937
6. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 20, 1937
7. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 1, 1937
8. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 15, 1937
9. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 24, 1938
10. Albeis to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 24, 1938
11. Francis Jones to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 3, 1937
Folder 47 Local 608 (McKeesport) Financial Receipts, August 17, 1937 - February 15, 1938
Folder 48 Local 608 (McKeesport) Report of Financial Secretary, June 1937 - January 1938
Folder 49 Local 608 (McKeesport) Finances, August 2, 1937 - June 14, 1938
1. Salary/Expense Letter, Walter Albeis, August 2, 1937
2. Supply Requisition, August 27, 1937
3. Stamps, November 24, 1937
4. Credit and Bill, June 14, 1938
Folder 50 Local 608 (McKeesport) Company Union, April 26 - 27, 1937
1. James Carey to Fancis Colgan, April 26, 1937
2. Carey to David Lawrence, April 26, 1937
3. Colgan to Carey, April 27, 1937

Section: Local 608 (Huntington)

Folder 51 Local 608 (Huntington) Membership Resolution Regarding Factionalism with January 26, 1949, Norman Thacker Letter to James Matles, January 19, 1949
Folder 52 Local 608 (Huntington) General Incoming Correspondence, June 27, 1945 - February 17, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Ruth Edwards Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 27, 1945
2. Emspak to Mildred Turner Regarding Chartering, February 26, 1946
3. Emspak to Erma Strange Regarding Finances, April 5, 1946
4. Emspak to Turner Regarding Finances, December 11, 1946
5. Emspak to Strange Regarding Dues Per Capita, January 17, 1947
6. Emspak to Turner Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1948
7. Emspak to Turner Regarding Staff Finances with August 18, 1948, Receipt, August 4, 1948
8. Emspak to Turner Regarding Finances and Factionalism, October 7, 1948
9. Emspak to Turner Regarding Finances and Factionalism, November 4, 1948
10. Emspak to Turner Regarding Staff Finances, November 19, 1948
11. Emspak to Leonard Mollett Regarding Finances, January 4, 1949
12. Emspak to Norman Thacker Regarding Factionalism, February 17, 1949
13. James Matles to Turner Regarding Factionalism, September 23, 1948
14. Matles to Thacker Regarding Factionalism, February 1, 1949
15. David Ratner to Mary Whitehead Regarding Supplies, February 11, 1949
16. Secretary to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District Council Delegates, August 8, 1947
Folder 53 Local 608 (Huntington) General Outgoing Correspondence, June 20, 1945 - June 23, 1950
1. Ruth Edwards to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 20, 1945
2. Garland Lacey Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 17, 1949
3. Leonard Mollett to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 608 Officers, December 23, 1948
4. Mollett to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Factionalism, January 12, 1949
5. Margaret Perkey to Emspak Regarding Charter and Huntington Sylvania Organization with Additional Data, February 6, 1945
6. Charles Snider to Ben Riskin Regarding Union Shop and Local 608 Sylvania Collective Bargaining, August 23, 1946
7. Snider to Emspak Regarding Finances and Disbanding, October 16, 1945
8. Mildred Stanley to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 19, 1949
9. Erma Strange to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment with March 25, 1947, Emspak Letter to Charles Newell, March 8, 1947
10. Norma Thacker to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Packinghouse Workers Strike, January 20, 1949
11. Thacker to the Union Generator Regarding Factionalism, April 7, 1949
12. Mildred Turner to Emspak Regarding Chartering with February 28, 1946, Emspak Letters to Thomas Fitzpatrick, Leo Turner, and Irene Berman, February 15, 1946
13. Mildred Turner to UE Regarding Finances, March 26, 1946
14. Mildred Turner to James Matles Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, September 13, 1948
15. Mildred Turner Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, November 6, 1948
16. Norris Watson to Charles Newell Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, June 23, 1950
Folder 54 Local 608 (Huntington) Chartering, February 20 - March 20, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to Michael Fitzpatrick, February 20, 1945
2. Emspak to Irene Berman, February 20, 1945
3. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Emspak, to Berman, March 20, 1945
4. Ray Klausner, Secretary to Emspak, to Berman, March 2, 1945
Folder 55 Local 608 (Huntington) Mildred Turner Expulsion, December 11 - 23, 1948
1. UE Local 608 Trial Committee Findings, December 11, 1948
2. Leonard Mollett to Julius Emspak, December 16, 1948
3. Mollett to Mildred Turner, December 17, 1948
4. Mollett to Emspak, December 23, 1948
5. Mollett to Turner, December 23, 1948
Folder 56 Local 608 (Huntington) Reports and Correspondence, April 23 - October 9, 1948
1. David Ratner Financial Report, April 23, 1948
2. Leo Turner Telegram to Emspak Regarding Sylvania Committee, June 29, 1948
3. Ben Riskin to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, September 17, 1948
4. Beatrice Kimball Campaign Progress Report, October 9, 1948

Section: Local 609

Folder 57 Local 609 Officers List, February 22, 1944
Folder 58 Local 609 General Incoming Correspondence, September 20, 1943 - December 18, 1952
1. Julius Emspak to Ann Rothermel Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, December 29, 1944
2. Emspak to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Charter and Ralph Shipman Company, September 20, 1943
3. Emspak to Lloyd Lutz Regarding Charter and Supplies, September 20, 1943
4. Emspak to Lutz Regarding Staff Finances, September 20, 1943
5. Emspak to Rothermel Regarding Staff Finances, March 27, 1945
6. Emspak to Peter Hepner Regarding Union Shop Election, August 23, 1951
7. Emspak to John Fenstermacher Regarding National Strike Fund, December 18, 1952
8. James Matles to Peter Abbondi Regarding Charter, August 27, 1943
Folder 59 Local 609 General Outgoing Correspondence, August 23, 1943 - January 21, 1954
1. Peter Abbondi to James Matles Regarding Charter and Ralph Shipman Company Locals 609 or 630, August 23, 1943
2. Abbondi to Julius Emspak Regarding Charter with List of Employees Seeking Charter, September 7, 1943
3. Irvin Bailey to Whom It May Concern Regarding Company Dismissal with Albert Fitzgerald Letter to Daniel Marguriet, January 21, 1954
4. Peter Hepner to UE Regarding Union Shop Election, August 1951
5. John Propst to General Office Regarding Officers, June 18, 1946
6. Anne Rothermel to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, December 18, 1944
7. Rupert Sanders to Ray Klausner Regarding Staff Finances, July 29, 1950
Folder 60 Local 609 Notice of Delinquency, August - September 1950
Folder 61 Local 609 National Labor Relations Board Election Results, September 8, 1954
Folder 62 Local 609 Ambridge, PA, National Electric, 1937 - 1939
Folder 63 Local 609 710 Forms, 1948-1969

Section: Local 610

Folder 64 Local 610 Officers Lists, October 1, 1941 - November 1, 1944
Folder 65 Local 610 Contract, May 1942
Folder 66 Local 610 Membership Resolutions, March 14, 1941 - March 30, 1949
1. Resolution Regarding Wages, March 14, 1941
2. Resolution Regarding Strike Authorization, March 14, 1941
3. Resolution Regarding Anti-War Movement, 1941
4. Resolution Regarding Wages, March 30, 1949
Folder 67 Local 610 Harold Briney Incoming Correspondence, January 10, 1951 - January 10, 1955
1. Neil Brant Regarding Dismissals, National Labor Relations Board and War Labor Board, February 11, 1943
2. Brant Regarding War Labor Board and Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, April 29, 1943
3. Brant Regarding Executive Order 9240, Overtime and War Labor Board, May 25, 1943
4. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 10, 1951
5. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram, October 24, 1947
6. Stanley Loney Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, February 4, 1953
7. James Matles Letter, February 1, 1943
8. Matles Telegram Regarding National Labor Relations Board Election and Irwin Westinghouse, September 8, 1950
9. Matles Regarding District 6 Council, July 11, 1950
10. Matles Regarding Lynn, Schenectady and Erie General Electric and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, August 21, 1951
11. Matles Regarding Finances, September 11, 1952
12. Matles Regarding Finances, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, September 23, 1952
13. Matles Regarding Dues Check-Off, May 11, 1953
14-15. Matles Regarding Finances, August 3, 1953
16. Edward Matthews Regarding Wages with Idele Wilson Letter, April 16, 1945
17. Matthews Regarding Veterans and Apprenticeship, June 26, 1945
18. Matthews Regarding Veterans and Apprenticeship, July 16, 1945
19. Porter Mechling Regarding Finances with April 16, 1945, Check, February 17, 1950
20. F. H. Wood Regarding Dismissals and Anti-Communism, January 10, 1955
Folder 68 Local 610 Harold Briney Outgoing Correspondence, October 23, 1941 - August 7, 1953
1. Briney Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 610 Officers, October 23, 1941
2. Briney Telegram to James Matles Regarding Dismissals and Arbitration, November 7, 1941
3. Briney to Tom Wright Regarding Address Change, October 17, 1942
4. Briney to Matles Regarding Grievances, Westinghouse Air Brake Company Strike, Racism, Factionalism and Unemployment, July 20, 1943
5. Briney to Edward Matthews Regarding Apprenticeship and Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, July 20, 1945
6. Briney Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch Contracts, June 26, 1948
7. Briney to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 29, 1950
8. Briney to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Irwin Westinghouse, March 16, 1951
9. Briney to Emspak Regarding UE Fighting Fund and Unemployment, February 7, 1952
10. Briney to Emspak Regarding Factonalism and District 6 Council with Briney Letter to Fitzgerald, October 1, 1952
11. Briney to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, East Pittsburgh Westinghouse, Unemployment, IUE Inter-Union Rivalry and Union Switch and Signal, April 28, 1953
12. Briney to Matles Regarding Finances, July 24, 1953
13. Briney to Stanley Loney Regarding Per Capita Dues, August 7, 1953
14. Briney Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric, undated
Folder 69 Local 610 Clyde Johnson Incoming Correspondence, June 12, 1946 - February 17, 1948
1. William Cahn Regarding Publicity, November 15, 1946
2. Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 20, 1947
3. Julius Emspak Regarding Philadelphia UE Strike, September 23, 1946
4. Emspak Regarding Foreman and Apprentices Organization, September 27, 1946
5. Emspak Regarding Workmen's Compensation, September 12, 1947
6. Emspak Telegram Regarding United Mine Workers of America, undated
7. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram, November 12, 1947
8. James Matles Telegram, June 12, 1946
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 19, 1946
10. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 2, 1946
11. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, July 29, 1946
12. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, August 6, 1946
13. Matles Regarding Veterans, October 1, 1946
14. Matles Regarding General Railway Signal, November 20, 1946
15. Selma Trauber, Secretary to Matles, Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, April 11, 1947
16. Trauber, Secretary to Matles, Telegram, April 14, 1947
17. Matles Telegram Regarding Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining and White Collar Workers, June 16, 1947
18. Matles Letter, September 18, 1947
19. Trauber, Secretary to Matles, Letter, October 17, 1947
20. Matles Letter, October 22, 1947
21. Matles Regarding Holidays, February 17, 1948
22. Edward Matthews Regarding WABCO, September 25, 1946
23. Matthews Regarding WABCO, October 1, 1946
24. Don Pinkston Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, August 18, 1947
25. Tom Wright Regarding Publicity, November 14, 1947
Folder 70 Local 610 Clyde Johnson Outgoing Correspondence, June 10 - November 27, 1946
1. Johnson Telegram to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 10, 1946
2. Johnson to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 12, 1946
3. Johnson to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 16, 1946
4. Johnson to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employees, July 24, 1946
5. Johnson to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Organization at Westinghouse Air Brake Company and Union Switch and Signal, July 31, 1946
6. Johnson to Seymour Linfield Regarding Arbitration, Veterans and White Collar Workers, August 2, 1946
7. Johnson to Matles Regarding Arbitrations, Veterans and Vacations, August 3, 1946
8. Johnson to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, August 27, 1946
9. Johnson to Emspak Regarding PAC, August 30, 1946
10. Johnson Telegram to Emspak Regarding District 1 Defense Committee, September 18, 1946
11. Johnson to Matles Regarding 1946 UE Convention and Foremen Organization, September 18, 1946
12. Johnson to Edward Matthews Regarding WABCO, September 19, 1946
13. Johnson to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution and PAC, September 27, 1946
14. Johnson to Matles Regarding General Railway Signal Organization, October 28, 1946
15. Johnson to Matles Regarding General Railway Signal Organization, November 13, 1946
16. Johnson to Tom Wright Regarding Publicity, November 13, 1946
17. Johnson to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 21, 1946
18. Johnson to Robert Lamb Regarding Political Action and 1946 Election, November 27, 1946
Folder 71 Local 610 Clyde Johnson Outgoing Correspondence, December 3, 1946 - February 10, 1948
1. Johnson Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Portal to Portal Pay, December 3, 1946
2. Johnson Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding United Mine Workers Strike, December 5, 1946
3. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, December 11, 1946
4. Johnson Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, December 13, 1946
5. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 13, 1947
6. Johnson Telegram to William Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 20, 1947
7. Johnson to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Local 613 and Allis-Chalmers Strike, February 17, 1947
8. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 1947
9. Johnson Telegram to James Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, April 10, 1947
10. Johnson to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, April 10, 1947
11. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 2, 1947
12. Johnson to Matles Regarding Grievances and Time Study, June 17, 1947
13. Johnson Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1947 UE Convention Delegates, June 27, 1947
14. Johnson Telegram to Russ Nixon Regarding Supplies and PAC, July 24, 1947
15. Johnson to Matles Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, August 13, 1947
16. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipt, October 1, 1947
17. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Workmen's Compensation, October 6, 1947
18. Johnson to Matles Regarding Arbitration, Automation and Time Study, October 9, 1947
19. Johnson to Emspak Regardeing Carl Marzani Defense Fund with November 7, 1947, Emspak Letter to Civil Rights Congress, October 29, 1947
20. Johnson Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, November 12, 1947
21. Johnson to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, Taft-Hartley and Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, November 13, 1947
22. Johnson to Tom Wright Regarding Publicity, November 13, 1947
23. Johnson to Matles Regarding United Steelworkers of America and Association of Catholic Trade Unionists with December 9, 1947, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Clipping, December 10, 1947
24. Johnson to Fitzgerald Regarding Central Labor Delegates Election, Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, December 15, 1947
Folder 72 Local 610 Clyde Johnson Outgoing Correspondence, January 13 - February 10, 1948
1. Johnson to James Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining and Holidays with Johnson Letter to W. C. Landis, January 13, 1948
2. Johnson to Matles Regarding Holidays and Grievances, February 10, 1948
Folder 73 Local 610 Robert Kirkwood Incoming Correspondence, June 28, 1949 - February 24, 1955
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 28, 1949
2. Barish Regarding Address, November 29, 1949
3. Barish Regarding Mailing List, February 1, 1950
4. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 9, 1950
5. William Cahn Regarding Staff Finances, April 19, 1950
6. Fannie Cohn, Secretary to William Cahn, Regarding Publicity and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, May 5, 1950
7. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 19, 1951
8. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 21, 1953
9. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 29, 1953
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 17, 1954
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Briney & Wright Dismissals, December 28, 1955
12. James Matles Regarding Pensions, Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Contract and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, February 23, 1950
13. Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, July 23, 1952
14. Matles Regarding Local 601 Nuttall Westinghouse Strike, July 29, 1952
15. Matles Regarding Finances, June 17, 1953
16. Matles Letter, December 10, 1954
17. Matles Letter, January 14, 1955
18. Matles Telegram Regarding Reservations, January 17, 1955
19. Matles Regarding Matusow Affidavit, January 31, 1955
20. Matles Letter, February 24, 1955
Folder 74 Local 610 Robert Kirkwood Incoming Correspondence, November 3, 1952 - September 13, 1954
1. Edward Matthews Letter, September 19, 1952
2. Matthews Regarding Wages and Hours, November 3, 1952
3. Russ Nixon Regarding FBI, December 6, 1954
4. David Ratner Memo Regarding Finances, March 21, 1951
5. Unsigned Letter Regarding Convention Tours, September 13, 1954
Folder 75 Local 610 Robert Kirkwood Outgoing Correspondence, August 11, 1948 - August 29, 1949
1. Kirkwood to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Anti-Communism with The Eye Opener, August 11, 1948
2. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding Atomic Energy Commission and General Electric, November 17, 1948
3. Kirkwood to James Matles, January 10, 1949
4. Kirkwood to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 7, 1949
5. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, February 10, 1949
6. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 9, 1949
7. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding Wages, March 30, 1949
8. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Die Sinkers and United Auto Workers Inter-Union Rivalry, March 30, 1949
9. Kirkwood to Philip Murray Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations and Wages, March 30, 1949
10. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, Veterans, Vacations and Pattern Makers Inter-Union Rivalry, April 8, 1949
11. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, May 3, 1949
12. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 6, 1949
13. Kirkwood Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO Strike Vote, May 10, 1949
14. Kirkwood Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Convention Delegates Election, June 19, 1949
15. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 20, 1949
16. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, July 14, 1949
17. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployment, July 20, 1949
18. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, August 9, 1949
19. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 12, 1949
20. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding 1949 UE Convention, August 19, 1949
21. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, August 29, 1949
Folder 76 Local 610 Robert Kirkwood Outgoing Correspondence, October 3, 1949 - December 18, 1952
1. Kirkwood to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, Local 610 Officers Election, Local 601 and Association of Catholic Trade Unionists with Election Results, October 3, 1949
2. Kirkwood Telegram to Matles Regarding Radio Corporation of America Contract, October 24, 1949
3. Kirkwood to Janet Barish Regarding Address, December 1, 1949
4. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, Wages, Pensions and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, February 7, 1950
5. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Pensions and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, February 27, 1950
6. Kirkwood to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt and IOU, May 15, 1951
7. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding District Council and Factionalism with Kirkwood Letter to District 6, October 13, 1952
8. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, October 21, 1952
9. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and District Council, October 28, 1952
10. Kirkwood to Edward Matthews Regarding Wages and Westinghouse, November 3, 1952
11. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, November 5, 1952
12. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, December 18, 1952
Folder 77 Local 610 Robert Kirkwood Outgoing Correspondence, February 12, 1953 - August 3, 1955
1. Kirkwood to James Matles Regarding Wages and Wage Stabilization Board, February 12, 1953
2. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, February 18, 1953
3. Kirkwood to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances and Local 601, March 10, 1953
4. Kirkwood to Stanley Loney Regarding District 6 Council, May 29, 1953
5. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-Union Rivalry and Factionalism, July 13, 1953
6. Kirkwood to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 24, 1953
7. Kirkwood to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 31, 1953
8. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company and Union Switch and Signal Contracts, January 26, 1954
9. Kirkwood to Fitzgerald Regarding 1954 UE Convention, September 9, 1954
10. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Wages, November 8, 1954
11. Kirkwood to Matles Regarding Wages and Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, August 3, 1955
Folder 78 Local 610 Albert Smith Incoming Correspondence, November 26, 1940 - January 4, 1946
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 4, 1946
2. Neil Brant Telegram, March 13, 1941
3. Brant Telegram, March 23, 1942
4. Brant Telegram, March 25, 1942
5. Brant Telegram, August 26, 1942
6. Brant Telegram Regarding Arbitration, August 27, 1942
7. Julius Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Janaury 18, 1941
8. Emspak Regarding Supplies and Women's Auxiliary, March 27, 1941
9. Emspak Regarding Kirkland Lake Gold Miners Strike, February 9, 1942
10. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram, March 12, 1942
11. James Matles Regarding NLRB with November 16, 1940, Winthrop Johns Letter to Matles, November 26, 1940
12. Matles Regarding Stewards Council Meeting, December 27, 1940
13. Matles Telegram, January 13, 1941
14. Matles Telegram Regarding Organization, January 24, 1941
15. Matles Regarding Arbitration and Crucible Steel, January 28, 1941
16. Matles Regarding NLRB, January 29, 1941
17. Matles Letter, February 4, 1941
18. Matles Regarding General Electric, General Motors and Allis-Chalmers Contracts, February 4, 1941
19. Secretary to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Air Brake Company, February 13, 1941
20. Matles Letter, February 26, 1941
21. Matles Regarding New York Airbrake, International Association of Machinists and Molders Union, March 6, 1941
22. Matles Letter, March 7, 1941
23. Matles Letter, March 20, 1941
Folder 79 Local 610 Albert Smith Incoming Correspondence, April 5, 1941 - June 29, 1946
1. James Matles Telegram, April 5, 1941
2. Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, April 9, 1941
3. Matles Telegram, April 11, 1941
4. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Pacific Coast Brake, April 22, 1941
5. Matles Regarding New York Air Brake with April 19, 1941, Louis Sarti Organizational Report Excerpt, April 25, 1941
6. Matles Letter, May 13, 1941
7. Matles Regarding Canada Westinghouse, June 12, 1941
8. Matles Letter, July 25, 1941
9. Matles Telegram Regarding Local 610 Officers, October 1, 1941
10. Matles Regarding American Federation of Labor New York Air Brake Contract, October 2, 1941
11. Matles Telegram, October 30, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Contracts, January 15, 1942
13. Matles Regarding Elyria Westinghouse Organization, January 31, 1942
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 5, 1942
15. Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, February 13, 1942
16. Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Collective Bargaining, March 30, 1942
17. Norma Gould, Secretary to Matles, Telegram, July 16, 1942
18. Matles Telegram, July 17, 1942
19. Matles Regarding 1942 UE Convention, September 24, 1942
20. Matles Regarding Strike Vote, December 13, 1945
21. Matles Letter, January 5, 1946
22. Matles Regarding Erie Strike, January 9, 1946
23. Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Strikes, February 7, 1946
24. Matles Regarding New York Air Brake, April 8, 1946
25. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 10, 1946
26. Matles Letter, June 29, 1946
Folder 80 Local 610 Albert Smith Incoming Correspondence, June 5, 1942 - January 16, 1953
1. Selma Kaslick, Secretary to James Matles, Regarding Reservations, July 2, 1946
2. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 16, 1953
3. Russ Nixon Regarding War Production Board, June 11, 1942
4. John Nordman Regarding Staff Members with June 12, 1942, Albert Smith Letter to Matles, June 5, 1942
Folder 81 Local 610 Albert Smith Outgoing Correspondence, October 14, 1940 - September 30, 1941
1. Smith to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1940
2. Smith Telegram to James Matles Regarding Stewards Council, December 27, 1940
3. Smith to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Westinghouse Air Brake Company, January 3, 1941
4. Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Executive Board Meeting, January 13, 1941
5. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining and Unfair Labor Practices with Smith Letter to George Blackmore and January 22, 1941, Notice, January 23, 1941
6. Smith to Matles Regarding Contracts, January 31, 1941
7. Smith to Matles Regarding Stewards and Suspensions with February 7, 1941, William Landis Letter to Harold Briney and Smith Letter to Landis, February 10, 1941
8. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Strikebreakers with a George Blackmore Letter, February 14, 1941
9. Smith to Matles Regarding WABCO, February 25, 1941
10. Smith to Matles Regarding New York Air Brake, March 5, 1941
11. Smith to Matles Regarding Union Switch and Signal National Labor Relation Board Election, March 12, 1941
12. Smith to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 14, 1941
13. Smith to Matles, March 18, 1941
14. Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining and Strike Votes, March 27, 1941
15. Smith to Matles Regarding Union Switch and Signal Organization, April 10, 1941
16. Smith to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, August 7, 1941
17. Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 610 Officers, September 30, 1941
Folder 82 Local 610 Albert Smith Outgoing Correspondence, October 8, 1941 - June 22, 1942
1. Smith to James Matles Regarding Local 610 Officers Election with Slate Cards, October 8, 1941
2. Smith to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 610 Newspapers, November 25, 1941
3. Smith to Matles Regarding Union Shop, Grievances, Arbitration and Productivity with Lloyd Cole Letter to WABCO and Union Switch, December 11, 1941
4. Smith to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 2, 1942
5. Smith to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 3, 1942
6. Smith to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Air Brake Company and Union Switch and Signal Union Recognition, February 6, 1942
7. Smith to Nat Geller Regarding Finances, February 23, 1942
8. Smith to Matles Regarding General Railway Signal with Smith Letter to Leo Jandreau, March 6, 1942
9. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch and Signal Collective Bargaining, March 17, 1942
10. Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Electic Collective Bargaining, March 1942
11. Smith to Matles Regarding Supplies, May 29, 1942
12. Smith to Neil Brant Regarding War Labor Board, Unemployment and Vacations Grievances, June 1, 1942
13. Smith to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 8, 1942
14. Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch and Signal, June 11, 1942
15. Smith to John Nordman Regarding Staff Members with June 9, 1942, William Sentner Letter to Smith, June 11, 1942
16. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch and Signal Contracts and Maintenance of Membership with Maintenance of Membership Cards, June 22, 1942
Folder 83 Local 610 Albert Smith Outgoing Correspondence, July 16, 1942 - June 25, 1946
1. Smith Telegram to James Matles, July 16, 1942
2. Smith Telegram to Neil Brant Regarding Arbitration, August 13, 1942
3. Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Conscription, August 24, 1942
4. Smith to Matles Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Contract, September 4, 1942
5. Smith to Matles Regarding 1942 UE Convention, 1942
6. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company and Union Switch and Signal Collective Bargaining and Wages, December 10, 1945
7. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch and Signal Contracts and Wages, Decembr 24, 1945
8. Smith to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 28, 1945
9. Smith to Matles Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Strikes, February 4, 1946
10. Smith to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 6, 1946
11. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 504, Hamilton Westinghouse, Factionalism, General Railway Signal Organization and Westinghouse Strike, March 21, 1946
12. Smith to Matles Regarding Organization at General Railway Signal and New York Air Brake; Buffalo Westinghouse; International Association of Machinists Inter-Union Rivalry; and Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, March 25, 1946
13. Smith Telegram to June Cortazza, May 20, 1946
14. Smith to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 17, 1946
15. Smith to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 25, 1946
Folder 84 Local 610 General Incoming Correspondence, September 26, 1940 - January 21, 1953
1. Julius Emspak to James Izatt Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
2. Emspak to Izatt Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
3. Emspak to Izatt Regardig Mailing List, October 10, 1940
4. Emspak to Izatt Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940
5. Emspak to E. A. Dewald Regarding General Electric Contract and Overtime, January 11, 1943
6. Emspak to Dewald Regarding Dues and Women, March 23, 1943
7. Emspak to John Smurthwaite Regarding Membership, May 18, 1943
8. Emspak to Calvin Fulmer Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 29, 1945
9. Emspak to Michael Kalzell Regarding Supplies and White Collar Workers, July 31, 1945
10. Emspak to Kalzell Regarding White Collar Workers, August 23, 1945
11. Emspak to Fulmer Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, August 29, 1945
12. Emspak to Lloyd Cole Regarding Armed Forces, September 12, 1945
13. Emspak to Micahel Vuletich Regarding Finances, January 31, 1946
14. Emspak to Ende Torma Regarding Workmen's Compensation, October 24, 1947
15. Emspak to Arthur Holt, February 6, 1948
16. Albert Fitzgerald to Mrs. Charles Vastadore Regarding Health, February 6, 1948
17. William Hart to Holt Regarding Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, Anti-Communism and United Steelworkers of America with August 15, 1947, Greensburgh Morning Review Clipping, August 18, 1947
18. James Matles Telegram to Cole Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company and Union Switch Contracts,
19. Matles to Dewald Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, January 27, 1943
20. Matles to Cole Regarding Conscription, February 25, 1943
21. Matles to Matthew Juricich Regarding Publicity, July 16, 1943
22. Matles to Juricich Regarding Publicity, September 7, 1943
23. Matles to Holt Regarding General Railway Signal Organization, April 1, 1946
24. Matles to Thomas Hockenberry Regarding Staff Members, June 24, 1946
25. Matles to Edward Baird Regarding Staff Finances, January 21, 1953
26. Edward Matthews to Vuletich Regarding Westinghouse Contract, September 17, 1946
Folder 85 Local 610 General Outgoing Correspondence, October 15, 1940 - August 23, 1946
1. Lloyd Cole Telegram to Philip Murray Regarding Foreign Policy and Congress of Industrial Organizations, November 19, 1941
2. Cole to James Matles Regarding Conscription with February 15, 1943, Classification Advice; February 18, 1943, Cole Letter to Local Board 70; Answers to Questions on Form 42A; and January 20, 1943, Cole Letter to Local Board 70, February 18, 1943
3. Cole to Matles Regarding Local 610 Officers, May 21, 1943
4. E. A. Dewald to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 21, 1942
5. Dewald to Emspak Regarding Overtime, General Electric and Westinghouse, January 5, 1943
6. Dewald to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, January 18, 1943
7. Dewald to Emspak Regarding Dues and Women, March 19, 1943
8. Calvin Fulmer to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 29, 1945
9. Fulmer to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and Westinghouse Air Brake Company, February 9, 1945
10. Fulmer Telegram to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and Dues, August 28, 1945
11. Thomas Hockenberry to John Daly Regarding War Labor Board, National Labor Relations Board, Strike Notices and Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch and Signal Collective Bargaining, November 15, 1945
12. Hockenberry to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 17, 1946
13. Hockenberry to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 26, 1946
14. Hockenberry to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, August 23, 1946
15. James Izatt to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 15, 1940
16. Izatt to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 15, 1940
17. Izatt to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
18. Izatt to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 7, 1941
19. Izatt to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 8, 1941
Folder 86 Local 610 General Outgoing Correspondence, November 15, 1941 - August 7, 1945
1. Matthew Juricich to James Matles Regarding Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Productivity and Unfair Labor Practices with July 11, 1943, A Letter to Our President, July 14, 1943
2. Juricich to Matles Regarding Publicity, July 26, 1943
3. Juricich to Matles Regarding Local 610 WABCO and Union Switch and Signal Contracts and War Labor Board, August 3, 1943
4. Michael Kalzell to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 27, 1945
5. Kalzell to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 7, 1945
6. James Smurthwaite to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 20, 1941
7. Smurthwaite to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 15, 1941
8. Smurthwaite to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 22, 1941
9. Letter to James Matles Regarding Factionalism and Local 610 Officers Election, February 24, 1947
Folder 87-88 Local 610 Wilmerding, PA, Correspondence, 1956 - 1967
Folder 89 Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Correspondence, 1976 - 1978
Folder 90 Local 610 Salary and Expense Letters, James Izatt, December 13, 1940 - January 9, 1942
Folder 91 Local 610 Per Capita Reports, August - December 1952
Folder 92 Local 610 Finances, June 30, 1941
1. Statement of Membership with August 25, 1941, Albert Smith Letter to Julius Emspak, June 30, 1941
2. Bond Form, July 30, 1941
Folder 93 Local 610 Union Switch and Signal Overtime, November 18 - 28, 1942
1. Fred Haug to James Matles, November 18, 1942
2. Matles to Haug, November 28, 1942
Folder 94 Local 610 War Labor Board Case, April 24 - September 1943
1. War Labor Board Order, April 24, 1943
2. Neil Brant to Wayne Morse, April 27, 1943
3. Brant to James Matles with Case Chronology, August 2, 1943
4. Matles to George Blackmore, August 10, 1943
5. Blackmore to Matles, August 13, 1943
6. Fred Haug to Brant, September 4, 1943
7. Haug to Carl Bersing, September 4, 1943
8. Matles Telegram to Brant, September 10, 1943
9. Brant to Frank Graham, September 1943
Folder 95 Local 610 Union Switch and Signal White Collar Workers Strike, June 10 - 17, 1947
1. W. B. Miller to John Bowser, June 10, 1947
2. George Blackmore to James Matles, June 10, 1947
3. Matles to Blackmore, June 11, 1947
4. Letter to Frank Kleiler, June 12, 1947
5. Blackmore Telegram to Matles, June 13, 1947
6. Barney Taylor Telegram to Matles, June 17, 1947
Folder 96 Local 610 Arbitration Decision and Time Study, September 1947
1. Decision, September 19, 1947
2. Procedure for the Operation of Spindle Excello Machine, Septembr 1947
Folder 97 Local 610 Robert Kirkwood Defense, undated
1. House Un-American Activities Committee Report Excerpt, undated
2. References, undated

Box 8
Folder 1 Local 610 Bonding, July 17 - 29, 1953
1. Albert Olson to UE, July 17, 1953
2. Ray Klausner to Olson, July 29, 1953
Folder 2 Local 610 Briney and Wright Firings, February 10, 1955
1. Company Statement, February 10, 1955
2. Arbitration Submission Agreement, February 10, 1955
3. Grievance Summary, undated
Folder 3 Local 610 Correspondence, February 26, 1941 - November 16, 1948
1. James Matles to George Blackmore Regarding Local 610 Westinghouse Air Brake Company Collective Bargaining, February 26, 1941
2. Matles Telegram to Local 610 Regarding Strike Votes, Local 610 WABCO Collective Bargaining, and Union Switch and Signal National Labor Relations Board Election, 1941
3. Lyle Dowling Memo to Towsen Regarding Contract, January 7, 1942
4. Julius Emspak to Hugh Boyle Regarding Association of Catholic Trade Unionists and Factionalism, undated
5. Albert Smith Telephone Summary Regarding Conscription, September 1942
6. Fred Haug to Matles Regarding Local 610 Officers, October 5, 1942
7. Minutes of Meeting in Mr. Stuart's Office, September 3, 1943
8. Petition Regarding Staff Members, August 31, 1945
9. Notification of Pending Disagreement, January 15, 1946
10. Charles Rivers to Matles Regarding New York Air Brake Organization, April 5, 1946
11. Petition Regarding White Collar Workers, August 1946
12. Thomas Fitzpatrick to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 16, 1947
13. George Blackmore to All Salaried Employees, June 27, 1947
14. Matles to A. N. Williams Regarding UE Westinghouse Air Brake Collective Bargaining, November 16, 1948
15. James Carey to All Administrative Committee Members Regarding WABCO Pensions and IUE Inter-Union Rivalry, undated
Folder 4 Local 610 Correspondence, October 27, 1952 - August 1, 1955
1. Richard Niebur to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 27, 1952
2. David Schribner Memo Regarding Anti-Communism and House Un-American Activities Committee, February 28, 1952
3. Niebur to James Matles Regarding Finances, May 7, 1953
4. Emspak to Niebur Regarding Finances, August 21, 1953
5. Niebur to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 26, 1954
6. Robert Kirckiwood Telephone Report Excerpt Regarding Wages, August 1, 1955
Folder 5 Local 610 Newspaper, 610 News, April 8, 1941 - July 24, 1946
Folder 6 Local 610 Pamphlet, UE Shows the Way on Pensions and Insurance, 1950
Folder 7 Local 610 Leaflets, 1941 - 1950
1. "Ballot Card", 1941
2. "Joint Action Statement", July 24, 1946
3. "A Message to Airbrake Salaried Workers", July 1946
4. "Slate Card", October 1947
5. "An Open Letter to Members of Local 610", October 1947
6. "Briney the Brain", October 1947
7. "Our Election Pledge", 1947
8. "Let's Look at the Record!", 1947
9. "To All Members of UE Local 610", September 25, 1949
10. "What Happened", September 1949
11. "Another Look", September 1949
12. "Two Questions", September 1949
13. "Vote Today", September 1949
14. "The Fact Barer/Progressive Airbrake", October 3, 1949
15. "The Fact Barer/Character Assassination", October 3, 1949
16. "Let the Progressive Party Officers Explain Why", October 3, 1949
17. "The Fact Barer/We Foot the Bill", October 3, 1949
18. "The Fact Barer/Although the Candidates", October 3, 1949
19. "The Fact Barer/Who Did This?", October 3, 1949
20. "The Fact Barer/The Progressive Party", October 3, 1949
21. "UE...The Proof of the Pudding is the Eating", 1950
Folder 8 Local 610 Leaflets, February 1 - March 17, 1955
1. "He Lied", February 1, 1955
2. "Open Letter to James B. Carey" with March 16, 1955, Robert Kirkwood Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, March 17, 1955
3. Membership Card, undated
Folder 9-11 Local 610 Wilmerding, PA, Westinghouse Air Brake, 1937 - 1938
Folder 12 Local 610 Reports and Correspondence, 1958 - 1977
Folder 13 Local 610 Statements and Vouchers, 1967 - 1975
Folder 14 Local 610 Union Switch and Signal Division, 1984
Folder 15 Local 610 Elections, 1974 - 1987
Folder 16 Local 610 Special Strike Fund, 1981 - 1982
Folder 17 Local 610 Subsidies, Strikes, and Other Monies, 1977 - 1983
Folder 18 Local 610 Legislative Committee and Political Action, 1971 - 1972
Folder 19 Local 610 Jack Porter Correspondence, 1967
Folder 20 Local 610 National Labor Relations Board Case 6-UC-258, Volume II, July 28, 1986
Folder 21 Local 610 National Labor Relations Board Case 6-UC-258, Volume III, July 30, 1986
Folder 22 Local 610 National Labor Relations Board Case 6-UC-258, Volume IV, August 4, 1986
Folder 23 Local 610 National Labor Relations Board Case 6-UC-258, Volume V, August 12, 1986

Section: Local 611

Folder 24 Local 611 Officers Lists, March 16, 1947 - January 18, 1949
Folder 25 Local 611 Executive Council Resolutions, August 4 - October 14, 1948
1. Thanks to National Officers and Ben Riskin, Secretary of Sylvania UE Conference Board, August 4, 1948
2. UE Local 608, October 14, 1948
Folder 26 Local 611 General Incoming Correspondence, January 13, 1944 - December 19, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Leo Turner Regarding Charter and Sylvania, January 13, 1944
2. Emspak Telegram to Turner Regarding Charter, February 4, 1944
3. Emspak to Michael Fitzpatrick Regarding Sylvania Electric Products Company Charter, February 4, 1944
4. Emspak to Ruth Allen Regarding Charter and Supplies, February 4, 1944
5. Emspak to Sarah Wagner Regarding Staff Finances, February 10, 1944
6. Emspak to Ethel Winters Regarding Staff Finances, February 2, 1945
7. Emspak to Winters Regarding Staff Finances, February 15, 1945
8. Emspak to Winters Regarding Veterans and Initiation Fees, July 6, 1945
9. Emspak to Winters Regarding Staff Finances, January 4, 1946
10. Emspak to Margaret Staines Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1946
11. Emspak to Hazel Davis Regarding Staff Finances, June 10, 1948
12. Emspak Telegram to Henry Fiering Regarding Assets and Property, October 7, 1949
13. Emspak to Ardythe Wynn Regarding Staff Finances, November 1, 1949
14. Emspak to Winters Regarding Staff Finances, November 23, 1949
15. Emspak to Winters Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1949
16. Charles Newell to Winters Regarding Staff Finances, July 10, 1946
17. Ben Riskin to John Estright, July 30, 1946
18. David Schribner to Winters Regarding Veterans, March 6, 1946
19. J. F. Smith to Local 611 Regarding Staff Finances, November 25, 1949
Folder 27 Local 611 General Outgoing Correspondence, January 10, 1944 - December 9, 1949
1. Ruth Allen to Julius Emspak Regarding Chaters and Supplies, January 27, 1944
2. John Estright to Ben Riskin Regarding Sylvania UE National Negotiating Committee, July 13, 1946