Summary Information
Title: UE National Office Records Relating to District 7 and District 7 Locals
Collection Number: UE.4.1.7
Creator: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Collection Dates: 1936-1997
Extent: 15.0 linear feet (12 boxes)

Language: English

Abstract:
This series contains files on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) District 7 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 Paige Morfitt.
Revision Description:
March 2014:
Container list added to finding aid.

Collection Scope and Content Notes

District 7 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) consisted of locals throughout Ohio and are now part of the UE's Eastern Region. This series contains files on UE District 7 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 7. 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 -- Ohio -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor unions -- Ohio -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century

Corporate Names
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. District 7.
  • 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 7 and District 7 Locals, 1936-1997, UE.4.1.7, 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 Paige Morfitt in 2014.

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 7 Records, 1960s-1990s, UE.15.7, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 758 Records, 1990s-2000s, UE.16.758, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 764 Records, 1980s-1990s, UE.16.764, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 765 Records, 1970s-1980s, UE.16.765, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 767 Records, 1960s-1990s, UE.16.767, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 777 Records, 1990s, UE.16.777, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 790 Records, 1990s, UE.16.790, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 791 Records, 1990s-2000s, UE.16.791, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 794 Records, 1990s, UE.16.794, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

UE Local 798 Records, 1998-1999, UE.16.798, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh


Collection Inventory

Subseries 1. District 7


Box 1
Folder 1 District 7 Officers Lists, 1940-1949
Folder 2 District 7 Officers Resolutions, 1943-1948
1. Release of Lederman, July 10-11, 1943
2. Discussion of United States Presidential Candidate, January 11, 1948
3. Reformation of Membership Rights, November 8, 1948
Folder 3 District 7 Officers Minutes, April 11, 1942-November 8, 1948
Folder 4 District 7 Officers Minutes, December 20, 1948-July 21, 1951
Folder 5 District 7 Officers Minutes, September 9, 1951-June 14, 1953
Folder 6 District 7 Officers Minutes, July 18, 1953-August 5, 1955
Folder 7 District 7 Officers Minutes, 1976-1986
Folder 8 District 7 Constitution Correspondence, March 16-17, 1951
Folder 9 District 7 Membership Lists
Folder 10 District 7 Membership Resolutions, January 11,1942-January 7, 1950
1. National Defense Production, January 11, 1942
2. War Production, January 11, 1942
3. Utility Workers, January 14, 1945
4. Wage Policy, July 10, 1948
5. Taft-Hartley, July 10, 1948
6. Organization, July 10, 1948
7. General Officers, July 10, 1948
8. UE News, July 11, 1948
9. Foreign Policy, July 11, 1948
10. Arthur Gaeth Program, July 11, 1948
11. Labor Unity, July 11, 1948
12. Presidential Election, July 11, 1948
13. Wage Freezes, January 7, 1950
Folder 11 District 7 Membership Minutes, December 13, 1936-June 6, 1937
Folder 12 District 7 Membership Minutes, July 11-September 19, 1937
Folder 13 District 7 Membership Minutes, January 10-July 27, 1942
Folder 14 District 7 Membership Minutes, October 11, 1942-April 2, 1944
Folder 15 District 7 Membership Minutes, July 9, 1944-March 20, 1948
Folder 16 District 7 Membership Minutes, July 10, 1948-January 8, 1949
Folder 17 District 7 Membership Minutes, February 14-April 9, 1949
Folder 18 District 7 Membership Minutes, July 16, 1949-September 9, 1951
Folder 19 District 7 Membership Minutes, October 14, 1951
Folder 20 District 7 Membership Minutes, January 12-July 19, 1952
Folder 21 District 7 Membership Minutes, October 25, 1952-July 18, 1953
Folder 22 District 7 Membership Minutes, October 17, 1953-July 10, 1954
Folder 23 District 7 Membership Minutes, Octobr 16, 1954-January 22, 1956
Folder 24 District 7 Ohio-Kentucky Council Meeting Minutes, April 18-December 17, 1950
Folder 25 District 7 Ohio-Kentucky Conference Board, October 8-December 17, 1950
Folder 26 District 7 Joint Wage Committee, January 13-March 31, 1948
1. Joint Wage Committee Minutes, January 13, 1948
2. Robert Elsner to Friend with January 6, 1948, Press Release, January 22, 1948
3. Elsner to All Officers with Ticket; Health, Welfare and Security Proposals; Important Bulletin; January 6, 1948, Press Release; and Leaflet, January 22, 1948
4. Joint Wage Committee Minutes, January 27, 1948
5. Joint Wage Committee Minutes, March 3, 1948
6. Joint Wage Committee Minutes, March 23, 1948
7. Joint Wage Committee Minutes, March 31, 1948
Folder 27 District 7 Amalgamated Local Conference, February 18, 1947
Folder 28 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, March 9, 1944-February 3, 1947
1. Janet Barish to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Check, March 9, 1944
2. Barish to Phyllis Webster Regarding Check, October 18, 1944
3. Barish to Victor Decavitch Regarding Insurance, October 25, 1944
4. Barish to Webster Regarding Check, October 25, 1944
5. Barish to Decavitch Regarding Expense Report, February 15, 1945
6. Barish to Florence Bunn Regarding Check, June 11, 1945
7. Barish to Ella Garner Regarding Check, June 25, 1945
8. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Insurance, August 3, 1945
9. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Salary, August 3, 1945
10. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Check, September 17, 1945
11. Barish to Henry Fiering Regarding Check, October 15, 1945
12. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, October 25, 1945
13. Barish to Decavitch Regarding Salary, November 21, 1945
14. Barish to Bunn Regarding Check, November 23, 1945
15. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Salary, March 19, 1946
16. Barish to David Kanes Regarding Insurance, March 20, 1946
17. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Check, March 25, 1946
18. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Business, February 3, 1947
Folder 29 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, April 30, 1947-April 3, 1953
1. Janet Barish to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Insurance, April 30, 1947
2. Barish to June Kaplin Regarding Bill, August 20, 1947
3. Barish to Vejlupek Regarding Insurance, November 6, 1947
4. Barish to Lemuel Markland Regarding Check, February 3, 1948
5. Barish to Markland Regarding Check, Februrary 19, 948
6. Barish to Markland Regarding Check, March 5, 1948
7. Barish to Markland Regarding Supplies, July 21, 1948
8. Barish to Paula Fischer Regarding Insurance, September, 22, 1948
9. Barish to Fischer Regarding Check, October 11, 1949
10. Barish to Herb Hirschberg Regarding Per Capita Record, April 6, 1950
11. Barish to Hirschberg Regarding Per Capita, May 18, 1950
12. Barish to June Ezelle Regarding Insurance, October 11, 1950
13. Barish to Joseph Kres Regarding Business, January 10, 1951
14. Barish to Elizabeth Barrow Regarding Supplies, April 23, 1951
15. Barish to Kres Regarding Check, October 22, 1951
16. Barish to Sterling Neal Regarding Check, February 4, 1952
17. Barish to Elizabeth Burrows Regarding Statement, April 3, 1953
Folder 30 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, April 28, 1937-October 20, 1954
1. Janet Barish to David Fisher Regarding Check, April 15, 1952
2. Barish to O.C. Lantz Regarding Payment, January 6, 1953
3. Barish to Sterling Neal Regarding Bill, Octobe 18, 1954
4. Barish to Neal Regarding Bill, October 20, 1954
5. Walter Barry to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Union Organization, April 2, 1941
6. William Bentley Letter Regarding Election, April 3, 1942
7. Barry Bingham to Neal Regarding Court Hearing, November 3, 1953
8. E.G. Bunting to Walter Miller Regarding Committee Meeting, April 28, 1937
9. Bill Chan to Victor Decavitch Regarding Radio Script, November 26, 1945
10. Cahn to Vejlupek Regarding Publications, January 31, 1947
11. Cahn to Ruth Merson Regarding Literature Displays, April 1, 1947
12. Cahn to Vejlupek Regarding Publications, April 17, 1947
13. Cahn to Steve Rosner Regarding Appointment, May 19, 1947
14. Cahn to Lem Markland Regarding Publications, May 28, 1947
15. Cahn to Hyman Lumer Regarding Publications, June 20, 1947
16. Cahn to Lumer Regarding Supplies, July 6, 1947
17. Cahn to Vejlupek Regarding Publications, Decemer 5, 1947
18. Cahn to Markland Regarding Radio Broadcasts, December 8, 1947
19. Cahn to Lumer Regarding Publications, Decemer 15, 1947
20. Cahn to Lumer Regarding Publications, January 20, 1948
21. Cahn to Thomas Corner Regarding Publications, January 20, 1948
22. Cahn to Lumer Regarding Appointment, June 22, 1948
23. Cahn to Lumer Regarding Publications, December 14, 1948
Folder 31 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, October 31, 1936-October 15, 1954
1. Bill Cahn to Jake Staas Regarding Publications, January 4, 1949
2. Cahn to Hy Lumer Regarding Press, May 26, 1949
3. Cahn to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Radio Script, June 21, 1949
4. Cahn to Paula Fisher Regarding Publications, October 17, 1949
5. Cahn to Fisher Regarding Publications, October 18, 1949
6. Cahn to Sterling Neal Regarding Bill, October 15, 1954
7. Cahn to Ruth Merson Regarding Press Coverage
8. James Carey to Walter Miller Regarding Auto Workers, October 31, 1936
9. Carey to A.C. Bishop Regarding Publications, December 18, 1936
10. Carey to Bishop Regarding Public Relations, December 21, 1939
11. Carey to Walter Miller Regarding Local Charter, January 22, 1937
12. Carey to Miller Regarding Local Charter, February 24, 1937
13. Carey to John Keller Regarding Appointment, September 17, 1937
14. Carey to K. Kirkendall Regarding Locals Meeting, December 6, 1937
15. Carey to Kirkendall Regarding Delay in Correspondence, December 30, 1937
16. Carey to Kirkendall Regarding Locals Meeting, January 20, 1938
17. Carey to Kirkendall Regarding Council Meeting, February 9, 1938
18. Carey to Kirkendall Regarding Unemployment, April 28, 1938
19. Carey to Vejlupek Regarding Board Meeting, November 25, 1940
20. Carey to Vejlupek Regarding Board Meeting Proposal, December 5, 1940
21. Carey to Kirkendall Regarding Communism in Union, March 5, 1943
22. E. Connolly to UE Regarding Identity Inquiry, December 28, 1948
23. Joe Dermody to Victor Decavitch Regarding Post War Plant, January 7, 1945
Folder 32 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, May 2, 1936-August 25, 1937
1. P. Dillon to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Strike Settlement, June 11, 1941
2. James Divine to Nat Spero Regarding Job List, April 21, 1949
3. K. Ellsworth to A. Bishop Regarding Publications, September 18, 1936
4. Julius Emspak to Walter Miller Regarding Locals Charter, May 2, 1936
5. Emspak to K. Kirkendall Regarding Local Meetings, May 11, 1936
6. Emspak to Miller Regarding Local Organization, May 16, 1936
7. Emspak to Miller Regarding Press, May 18, 1936
8. Emspak to Miller Regarding Press, June 17, 1936
9. Emspak to Miller Regarding RCA Strike, July 20, 1936
10. Emspak to Miller Regarding Conference, August 4, 1936
11. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Charter, August 11, 1936
12. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Meeting, August 15, 1936
13. Emspak to Miller Regarding Chater, August 19, 1936
14. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Charter, September 14, 1936
15. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Meeting, September 19, 1936
16. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Credit Union, September 29, 1936
17. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Credit Union, October 6, 1936
18. Emspak to Bishop Regarding Check, November 11, 1936
19. Emspak to David Creps Regarding Local Organization, November 11, 1936
20. Emspak to Miller Regarding Local Meeting, November 24, 1936
21. Emspak to Miller Regarding Organizational Drive, December 8, 1936
22. Emspak to Miller Regarding Credentials, December 8, 1936
23. Emspak to Miller Regarding Meeting, December 1, 1936
24. Emspak to Miller Regarding Council Meeting, December 30, 1936
25. Emspak to Creps Regarding Local Business, February 25, 1937
26. Emspak to Miller Regarding Check, March 11, 1937
27. Emspak to Miller Regarding Credentials, May 25, 1937
28. Emspak to Miller Regarding Local Lists, May 26, 1937
29. Emspak to Arthur Garfield Regarding Press, July 19, 1937
30. Emspak to Charles Killinger Regarding Supplies, July 26, 1937
31. Emspak to Joseph Albert Regarding Cincinnati Situation, August 6, 1937
32. Emspak to Coleman Taylor Regarding Local Delegates, August 11, 1937
33. Emspak to Joseph Albert Regarding Crosley Plant, August 13, 1937
34. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Charter Fee, August 13, 1937
35. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Charter, August 21, 1937
36. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Dues, August 23, 1937
37. Emspak to Miller Regarding Convention, August 25, 1937
38. Emspak to Albert Regarding Charter, August 25, 1937
Folder 33 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, August 30, 1937-September 25, 1940
1. Julius Esmpak to Tim McCormik Regarding Defiance Situation, August 30, 1937
2. Emspak to K. Kirkendall Regarding Check, September 13, 1937
3. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Requisitions, September 13, 1937
4. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Supplies, September 14, 1937
5. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Charter, September 29, 1937
6. Emspak to August Scholle Regarding Charter, October 28, 1937
7. Emspak to E.M. Albright Regarding Circular Letter, November 4, 1937
8. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Statement of Locals, November 6, 1937
9. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Charter, November 10, 1937
10. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Conference, November 15, 1937
11. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Check, November 22, 1937
12. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Check, November 26, 1937
13. Emspak to Albright Regarding Resolutions, December 3, 1937
14. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Local Affiliation, December 23, 1937
15-16. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Check, December 29, 1937
17. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Amalgamation, January 14, 1938
18. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Expense Report, January 31, 1938
19. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Charter, February 11, 1938
20-21. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Check, March 21, 1938
22. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Check, April 4, 1938
23. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Check, April 16, 1938
24. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Election, April 30, 1938
25. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Dues, June 1, 1938
26. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Charter, July 28, 1938
27. Emspak to Kirkendall Regarding Letter of Reference, August 27, 1938
28. Emspak Letter Regarding Letter to Recommunications, August 27, 1938
29. Emspak to Victor Larid Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
30. Emspak to Harry Harmon Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
31-32. Emspak to Marvin Miniard Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
33. Emspak to Otto Lommatzsch Regarding Bill, September 24, 1940
34. Emspak to George Rothleitner Regarding Debt, September 24, 1940
35. Emspak to John Knight Regarding Debt, September 24, 1940
36. Emspak to Joseph Slifko Regarding Press, September 24, 1940
Folder 34 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, September 26-October 21, 1940
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Larid Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
2. Emspak to Conrad Grimes Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
3. Emspak to Frank Motter Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
4-5. Emspak to Marvin Miniard Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
6. Emspak to Stephen Erdely Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940
7. Emspak to Neile Joseph Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
8. Emspak to Miniard Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
9. Emspak to Lilyan Salo Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
10. Emspak to David Cunnigham Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1940
11. Emspak to F. Zupancic Regarding Debt, October 14, 1940
12. Emspak to Fred Riemenschneider Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1940
13. Emspak to Anthony Pirozzoli Regarding Debt, October 14, 1940
14. Emspak to Albert Horner Regarding Debt, October 14, 1940
15. Emspak to Charles Showalter Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1940
16. Emspak to Motter Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1940
17. Emspak to Harry Coates Regarding Mailing List, October 16, 1940
18. Emspak to Howard Angstadt Regarding Mailing List, October 16, 1940
19. Emspak to Aruthur Naugle Regarding Mailing List, October 16, 1940
20. Emspak to Salo Regarding Mailing List, October 16, 1940
21. Emspak to C.D. Lee Regarding Mailing List, October 17, 1940
22. Emspak to George Rothleitner Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
23. Emspak to Charles Wollenhaupt Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
24. Emspak to Motter Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
25. Emspak to Miniard Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
Folder 35 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, October 18-December12, 1940
1. Julius Emspak to Conrad Grimes Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
2. Emspak to John Shailo Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
3. Emspak to John Knight Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1940
4. Emspak to Harry Harmon Regarding Mailing List, October 21, 1940
5. Emspak to Fred Riemenschneider Regarding Circular Letter, October 31, 1940
6. Emspak to Marvin Miniard Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940
7. Emspak to Frank Zupancic Regarding Statement, November 8, 1940
8. Emspak to Jacob Cambell Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940
9. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Mailing List, November 13, 1940
10. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Travel Order, November 15, 1940
11. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding CIO Convention, December 2, 1940
12. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, December 2, 1940
13. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Bill, December 5, 1940
14. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Convention, December 6, 1940
15. Emspak to Cambell Regarding Mailing List, December 19, 1940
16. Emspak to W. Nelson Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
17. Emspak to Stephen Elderly Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
18-19. Emspak to Miniard Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
20. Emspak to Lilyan Salo Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
21. Emspak to Harmon Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
22. Emspak to Knight Regarding Mailing List, December 12, 1940
23. Emspak to Ada O'Donnell Regarding Mailing List, December 12, 1940
24. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Petition, December 12 , 1940
Folder 36 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, December 18, 1940-September 5, 1941
1. Julius Emspak to Lilyan Salo Regarding Mailing List, December 18, 1940
2. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Hoover Plant, December 23, 1940
3. Emspak to Marvin Miniard Regarding Mailing List, December 26, 1940
4. Emspak to Conrad Grimes Regarding Mailing List, December 26, 1940
5. Emspak to Raymond Yeager Regarding Mailing List, December 26, 1940
6. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Organizational Work, December 31, 1940
7. Emspak to George Rothleitner Regarding Mailing List, January 8, 1941
8. Emspak to Margaret Toth Regarding Mailing List, January 8, 1941
9. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Address, January 14, 1941
10. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Charter, January 22, 1941
11. Emspak to Alexander Adie Regarding Financial Report, March 4, 1941
12. Emspak to Adie Regarding Unemployment Insurance, April 10, 1941
13. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Credentials, April 10, 1941
14. Emspak to Leo Kumle Regarding Union News, April 18, 1941
15. Emspak to Arthur Garfield Regarding Bonding, June 5, 1941
16. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Barberton Situation, July 3, 1941
17. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Union Transfer, July 11, 1941
18. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Locals, July 16, 1941
19. Emspak to William Sentner Regarding Conversation with Umbreit, July 22, 1941
20. Emspak to Elizabeth Alexander Regarding Mailing List, August 4, 1941
21. Emspak to Toth Regarding Mailing List, August 4, 1941
22. Emspak to Richard Nieber Regarding Bill, August 8, 1941
23. Emspak to Harry Overstake Regarding Supplies, September 5, 1941
Folder 37 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, September 9, 1941-January 15, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Richard Gore Regarding Mailing List, September 9, 1941
2. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Mailing List, September 12, 1941
3. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, September 16, 1941
4. Emspak to H. Harmon Regarding Accounts, September 16, 1941
5. Emspak to Joseph Kress Regarding Press, October 4, 1941
6. Emspak to George Matthews Regarding Press, October 4, 1941
7. Emspak to Jacob Cambell Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1941
8. Emspak to Hubert Stevens Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1941
9. Emspak to Orville Kuhnle Regarding Press, October 21, 1941
10. Emspak to Fred Riemenschneider Regarding Mailing List, October 22, 1941
11. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Local Union, October 31, 1941
12. Emspak to Frank Motter Regarding Debt, November , 1941
13. Emspak to Joseph Slifko Regarding Mailing List, November 7, 1941
14. Emspak to Ruth Eagy Regarding Mailing List, November 10, 1941
15. Emspak to Matthews Regarding Mailing List, November 15, 1941
16. Emspak to Riemenschneider Regarding Account, Novmber 24, 1941
17. Emspak to Marvin Miniard Regarding Mailing, December 1, 1941
18. Emspak to Motter Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1941
19. Emspak to Frank Greene Regarding Mailing List, January 6, 1942
20. Emspak to Ann Gaydos Regarding Mailing List, January 6, 1942
21. Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Check, January 6, 1942
22. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, January 8, 1942
23. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Referral, January 15, 1942
24. Emspak to Ted Silvey Regarding Ohio Locals, January 15, 1942
Folder 38 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, January 30-December 3, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Representations, January 30, 1942
2. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Union Collaboration, March 5, 1942
3. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Check, March 11, 1942
4. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Check, April 1, 1942
5. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Conference, May 1, 1942
6. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Check, May 6, 1942
7. Emspak to UE Regarding Check, June 22, 1942
8. Emspak to Alexander Adie Regarding Check, May 7, 1942
9. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Check, June 22, 1942
10. Emspak to UE Regarding Check, June 30, 1942
11. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Check, August 17, 1942
12. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, August 17, 1942
13. Emspak to Decavitch Redarding CIO Council, August 20, 1942
14. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, August 26, 1942
15. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Constitution, September 18, 1942
16. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Brown-Wagner Resolution, September 24, 1942
17. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Recommendations, September 25, 1942
18. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Meeting, October 16, 1942
19. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Congress, October 19, 1942
20. Emspak to Montgomery Council Industrial Regarding Bonding, October 19, 1942
21. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Account, October 19, 1942
22. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Account, October 26, 1942
23. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Supplies, November 2, 1942
24. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding United Auto Workers, November 27, 1942
25. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Travel Affairs, December 3, 1942
Folder 39 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, December 9, 1942-December 27, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Meeting, December 9, 1942
2. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Situation, February 5, 1943
3. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Membership, January 22, 1943
4. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Locals, February 5, 1943
5. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, February 9, 1943
6. Emspak to Nelle Lederman Regarding Publications, Marhc 1, 1943
7. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Travel Arrangements, March 10, 1943
8. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Business, March 12, 1943
9. Emspak to Lederman Regarding Meeting, May 6, 1943
10. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, May 6, 1943
11. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Accounts, May 6, 1943
12. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Bonding, June 7, 1943
13. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Locals, June 8, 1943
14. Emspak to Martin Schwartz Regarding Labor Rally, June 9, 1943
15. Emspak to Philip Schwaner Regarding Labor Rally, June 9, 1943
16. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Locals, July 14, 1943
17. Esmpak to Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, July 26, 1943
18. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Accounts, August 28, 1943
19. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Accounts, August 30, 1943
20. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Accounts, October 8, 1943
21. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Salary, October 21, 1943
22. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Representation, October 26, 1943
23. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Business, November 15, 1943
24. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Business, November 19, 1943
25. Emspak to Harry Anderson Regarding Change of Officers, December 22, 1943
26. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Audits, December 14, 1943
27. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Local Business, December 27, 1943
Folder 40 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, January 4-August 23, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Publications, January 4, 1944
2. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Check, January 17, 1944
3. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Salaries, February 12, 1944
4. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, February 14, 1944
5. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Conference, February 18, 1944
6. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Staff, March 1, 1944
7. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding General Motors Work, March 1, 1944
8. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Conference, March 11, 1944
9. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding War Production, March 28, 1944
10. Emspak to Dorthy Roach Regarding Expense Account, March 28, 1944
11. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Staff, April 7, 1944
12. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Loan, April 19, 1944
13. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, April 20, 1944
14. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Staff, May 23, 1944
15. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, May 24, 1944
16. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, May 31, 1944
17. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Correspondence, March 28, 1944
18. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Correspondence, June 14, 1944
19. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Expense, June 30, 1944
20. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Staff Meeting, July 5, 1944
21. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Expense Report, July 5, 1944
22. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, July 17, 1944
23. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Ohio Council, July 27, 144
24. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Charters, August 11, 1944
25. Emspak to James Buss Regarding Check, August 10, 1944
26. Emspak to Ethel Hafter Regarding Payroll, August 19, 1944
27. Emspak to Buss Regarding Check, August 23, 1944
Folder 41 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, August 23, 1944-February 19, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to James Buss Regarding Check, August 23, 1944
2. Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Correspondence, Spetember 12, 1944
3. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Correspondence, September 15, 1944
4. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Staff, October 4, 1944
5. Emspak to Laverne Wilson Regarding Correspondence, October 25, 1944
6. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Salary, December 5, 1944
7. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Payroll, December 20, 1944
8. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Telegram, December 21, 1944
9. Emspak to Harry Hafter Regarding Insurance, December 28, 1944
10. Emspak to Fred Haug Regarding Insurance, December 28, 1944
11. Emspak to Henry Fiering Regarding Travel Expense, December 28, 1944
12. Emspak to Fiering Regarding Payroll, January 18, 1945
13. Emspak to Forest Payne Regarding Insurance, January 18, 1945
14. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, January 30, 1945
15. Emspak to John Davis Regarding Check, February 22, 1945
16. Emspak to Paul Duncan Regarding Insurance, March 8, 1945
17. Emspak to Duncan Regarding Initiation Fee, April 5, 1945
18. Emspak to UE Locals Regarding Supplies, May 31, 1945
19. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Meeting, June 11, 1945
20. Emspak to Executive Board Regarding Fees, June 12, 1945
21. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Bonding, June 20, 1945
22. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Charter, July 10, 1945
23. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Insurance, August 24, 1945
24. Emspak to Harry Anderson Regarding Leave of Absence, August 29, 1945
25. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Leave of Absence, August 29, 1945
26. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Strike, September 25, 1945
27. Emspak to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, November 2, 1945
28. Emspak to Simon Abel Regarding Strike Vote, November 27, 1945
29. Emspak to Samuel Lambert Regarding Fees, December 17, 1945
30. Emspak to Lem Markland Regarding Ohio Council, February 13, 1946
31. Emspak to David Kanes Regarding Bill, February 19, 1946
32. Emspak to Kanes Regarding Bill, February 19, 1946
Folder 42 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, February 25, 1946-June 9, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Reciept, February 25, 1946
2. Emspak to Vejluek Regarding Bonding, March 5, 1946
3. Emspak to Lem Markland Regarding Bill, March 8, 1946
4. Emspak to Markland Regarding Salaries, March 27, 1946
5. Emspak to Markland Regarding Strike, April 4, 1946
6. Emspak to Jack Crompton Regarding Letter Copy, April 15, 1946
7. Emspak to Markland Regarding Charter, April 15, 1946
8. Emspak to Vejluek Regarding Check, April 24, 1946
9. Emspak to Markland Regarding Supplies, May 27, 1946
10. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Charter, May 27, 1946
11. Emspak to Henry Fiering Regarding Strike, June 11, 1946
12. Emspak to Fiering Regarding Strike, July 2, 1946
13. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Charter, August 30, 1946
14. Emspak to Markland Regarding Bill, October 18, 1946
15. Emspak to Markland Regarding Locals and Business, December 4, 1946
16. Emspak to Markland Regarding Locals, December 12, 1946
17. Emspak to Markland Regarding Per Capita, January 28, 1947
18. Emspak to Markland Regarding Per Capita, January 29, 1947
19. Emspak to William Randell Regarding Bonding, February 25, 1947
20. Emspak to Markland Regarding Locals, March 12, 1947
21. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Locals Business, April 3, 1947
22. Emspak to Markland Regarding Locals Business, April 8, 1947
23. Emspak to Ruth Merson Regarding Meeting, April 11, 1947
24. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, April 16, 1947
25. Emspak to Markland Regarding Insurance, May 5, 1947
26. Emspak Letter Regarding Locals, May 8, 1947
27. Emspak to Markland Regarding Fiscal Year Report, May 12, 1947
28. Emspak to Hyman Lumer Regarding Meeting, May 29, 1947
29. Emspak to Markland Regarding Strike, June 9, 1947
Folder 43 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, June 18, 1947-December 9, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Lem Markland Regarding Bill, June 18, 1947
2. Emspak to Markland Regarding Company Relocation, July 17, 1947
3. Emspak to Paula Fisher Regarding Travel Plans, August 14, 1947
4. Emspak to Markland Regarding Insurance, October 31, 1947
5. Emspak to Markland Regarding Mailing of UE News, November 10, 1947
6. Emspak to Markland Regarding Local Business, November 20, 1947
7. Emspak to Markland Regarding Executive Board Meeting, December 5, 947
8. Emspak to Markland Regarding Meeting, December 15, 1947
9. Emspak to Markland Regarding Meeting, December 26, 1947
10. Emspak to Jo Vogelsaug Regarding Travel Arrangements, January 2, 1948
11. Emspak to Joseph Veljupek Regarding Check, February 4, 1948
12. Emspak to Markland Regarding Palestinian Jews, February 16, 1948
13. Emspak to Markland Regarding Strike Finances, April 27, 1948
14. Emspak to William Murdock Regarding Strike Finances, April 29, 1948
15. Emspak to Robert LeMaster Regarding Bill, May 17, 1948
16. Emspak to Markland Regarding Stewards' List, July 21, 1948
17. Emspak to Markland Regarding Bill, August 3, 1948
18. Emspak to Markland Regarding Check, August 6, 1948
19. Emspak to Herbert Hirschberg Regarding Charter, August 18, 1948
20. Emspak to Markland Regarding Strike Settlement, August 23, 1948
21. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, August 30, 1948
22. Emspak to Markland Regarding Per Capita Reports, October 1, 1948
23. Emspak to Markland Regarding Ohio CIO Council, October 7, 1948
24. Emspak to Markland Regarding Class Attendance, November 8, 1948
25. Emspak to Markland Regarding Local Business, December 2, 1948
26. Emspak to Julia Jacobs Regarding Requested Salary, December 9, 1948
Folder 44 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, January 12, 1949-August 22, 1952
1. Julius Emspak to Lem Markland Regarding Board Decision, January 12, 1949
2. Emspak to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Per Capita Payments, February 17, 1949
3. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Per Capita Payments, February 18, 1949
4. Emspak to Markland Regarding Information Forms, March 22, 1949
5. Emspak to Markland Regarding Meeting, April 8, 1949
6. Emspak to Markland Regarding Union Settlement, June 7, 1949
7. Emspak to Julia Jacobs Regarding Reciept of Local's Material, August 26, 1949
8. Emspak to Vejlupek Regarding Check, August 30, 1949
9. Emspak to Markland Regarding Reciept of Letter, August 2, 1950
10. Emspak to Joseph Kres Regarding Check, September 13, 1950
11. Emspak to Kres Regarding Meeting, November 3, 1950
12. Emspak to Kres Regarding Check, November 8, 1950
13. Emspak to Kres Regarding Per Capita Payments, November 10, 1950
14. Emspak to Kres Regarding Meeting, November 10, 1950
15. Emspak to Kres Regarding Check, December 5, 1950
16. Emspak to Kres Regarding Check, December 29, 1950
17. Emspak to Kres Regarding Check, January 3, 1951
18. Emspak to Kres Regarding Meeting, January 15, 1951
19. Emspak to Kres Regarding Correspondence, January 15, 1951
20. Emspak to Kres Regarding Reciept of Letter, Januayr 23, 1951
21. Emspak to Kres Regarding Delegates, March 12, 1951
22. Emspak to Kres Regarding Publication of Books, April 23, 1951
23. Emspak to Kres Regarding IRS Form, April 24, 1951
24. Emspak to Kres Regarding Publicaitons, April 27, 1951
25. Emspak to Kres Regarding Debt Payment, May 7, 1951
26. Emspak to Kress Regarding UE Delegations to Washington, May 16, 1951
27. Emspak to Kres Regarding Meeting, June 21, 1951
28. Emspak to Sterling Neal Regarding Check, October 16, 1951
29. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, February 19, 1952
30. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, March 19, 1952
31. Emspak to Frank Greene Regarding Finances, April 28, 1952
32. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, August 22, 1952
Folder 45 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, September 24, 1952-April 28, 1955
1. Julius Emspak to Sterling Neal Regarding Strike, Spetember 24, 1952
2. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, January 30, 1953
3. Emspak to Neal Regarding Conference, February 5, 1953
4. Emspak to Neal Regarding Travel Plans, February 20, 1953
5. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, November 18, 1953
6. Emspak to Neal Regarding Request for Information, December 4, 1953
7. Emspak to Ray Stoneburner Regarding Finances, February 1, 1954
8. Emspak to Neal Regarding Travel Plans, February 6, 1954
9. Emspak to Frank Greene Regarding Bonding, February 17, 1954
10-11. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, February 24, 1954
12. Emspak to Neal Regarding Bonding, October 19, 1954
13. Emspak to Neal Regarding Checks, October 19, 1954
14. Emspak to Neal Regarding Bonding, October 19, 1954
15. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, October 19, 1954
16. Emspak to Neal Regarding Conference, November 5, 1954
17. Emspak to Neal Regarding Bonding, November 23, 1954
18-19. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, November 24, 1954
20. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, December 2, 1954
21. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, December 2, 1954
22. Emspak to Neal Regarding Publications, December 13, 1954
23. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, January 3, 1955
24. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, January 14, 1955
25. Emspak to Neal Regarding Bonding, January 14, 1955
26. Emspak to Neal Regarding Bonding, January 25, 1955
27. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, March 11, 1955
28. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, March 25, 1955
29. Emspak to Neal Regarding Bonding, March 29, 1955
30. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, April 4, 1955
31-32. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, April 28, 1955
Folder 46 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, September 22, 1936-September 3, 1956
1. Julius Emspak to Sterling Neal Regarding Check, June 23, 1955
2. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, July 1, 1955
3. Emspak to Neal Regarding Radio Media, July 19, 1955
4. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, August 22, 1955
5. Emspak to Neal Regarding Finances, September 9, 1955
6. Emspak to Neal Regarding Publications, October 7, 1955
7. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, February 1, 1956
8. Emspak to Neal Regarding Covention, August 17, 1956
9. Emspak to Neal Regarding Check, August 22, 1956
10. Emspak to Charles Stener et al. Regarding Meeting, September 3, 1956
11. Emspak to Locals Regarding Bonding, January 12, 1945
12. Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Address Info
13. Emspak to Louis Stark Regarding Membership Count
14. Emspak to Arthur Garfield Regarding Meeting
15. Emspak to A.W. Gilmore Regarding Report Request
16. Emspak to Stella Abrams Regarding Meeting, September 22, 1936
17. Emspak to Abrams Regarding Negotiations, September 23, 1936
Folder 47 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, April 22, 1938-April 19, 1951
1. Ralph Fall to K. Kirkendall Regarding Meeting, April 22, 1938
2. Henry Fiering to Victor Decavitch Regarding Staff Members, December 15, 1943
3. Fiering to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strike
4. Norma Fierst to UE Regarding Money Order, June 19, 1940
5. Fitzgerald to Decavitch Regardng War Production, February 10, 1942
6. Fitzgerald to Decavitch Regarding District Council Meeting
7. Fitzgerald to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Meeting, June 2, 1942
8. Fitzgerald to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, October 13, 1942
9. Fitzgerald to Decavitch Regarding Board Meeting, October 16, 1942
10. Fitzgerald to Philip Schwaner Regarding Labor Rally, June 8, 1943
11. Fitzgerald to Schwaner Regarding Rally, June 16, 1943
12. Fitzgerald to Decavitch Regarding Publications, October 5, 1943
13. Fitzgerald to James Sayers Regarding Meeting, October 25, 1943
14. Fitzgerald to Sayers Regarding Meeting, October 28, 1943
15. Fitzgerald to Robert LeMasters Regarding Meeting, November 29, 1943
16. Fitzgerald to LeMasters Regarding Meeting, December 1, 1943
17. Fitzgerald to LeMasters Regarding Meeting, January 5, 1944
18. Fitzgerald to LeMasters Regarding Negotiations, January 19, 1944
19. Fitzgerald to Decavitch Regarding Travel Plans, May 3, 1944
20. Fitzgerald to Ella Garner Regarding Travel Plans, April 3, 1945
21. Fitzgerald to Lem Markland Regarding Confernce, October 30, 1946
22. Fitzgerald to Vejlupek Regarding CIO Business, April 13, 1947
23. Fitzgerald to Markland Regarding Constitution, May 6, 1947
24. Fitzgerald to Markland Regarding Constitution, May 20, 1947
25. Fitzgerald to Hyman Lumer Regarding Summer Shool, June 3, 1947
26. Fitzgerald to Markland Regarding Travel Plans, October 21, 1947
27. Fitzgerald to LeMasters Regarding Rally, April4, 1949
28. Fitzgerald to Markland Regarding Constitution, May 2, 1949
29. Fitzgerald to John Thomas Regarding Constitution, May 26, 1949
30. Fitzgerald to Markland Regarding Meeting, May 17, 1949
31. Fitzgerald to Joseph Kres Regarding Meeting, April 10, 1951
32. Fitzgerald to Kres Regarding Meeting, April 19, 1951
Folder 48 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, January 21, 1938-September 6, 1956
1. Albert Fitzgerald to Sterling Neal Regarding Meeting, March 25, 1954
2. Fitzgerald to Neal Regarding Meeting, March 25, 1954
3. Fitzgerald to Local Officers Regarding Meeting, September 3, 1956
4. Fitzgerald to Frances Mitchell Regarding Membership, September 5, 1956
5-6. Fitzgerald to Neal et al. Regarding Membership, September 5, 1956
7. Fitzgerald to Ray Charles Regarding Telegram Message, September 6, 1956
8. Fitzgerald to Harry Anderson Regarding Meeting Representatives
9. Fitzgerald to Victor Decavitch Regarding Travel Plans
10. Robert Galligar to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Draft of Strike, June 12, 1941
11. Arthur Garfield to Hyman Lumer Regarding Taft-Hartley Act, August 13, 1948
12. Garfield to Lumer Regarding Change of Officers, August 16, 1948
13. Marion Gerell to Lem Markland Regarding Meeting, October 29, 1948
14. Themla Gereuke to Auditor Regarding Finances, February 4, 1949
15. George Haud to K. Kirkendall Regarding Finances, January 21, 1938
16. Allan Haywood to Reuben Harper Regarding United Auto Workers, March 24, 1947
17. Herbert Hirshberg to Locals Regarding Members Meeting, January 15, 1947
18. Hirshberg to Westinghouse Locals Regarding Meeting, June 14, 1947
19. Hirshberg to All Field Organizers Regarding Meeting, July 17, 1947
20. Hirshberg to District 7 Staff Regarding Meeting, April 26, 1948
Folder 49 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, July 12, 1937-February 2, 1955
1. Herbert Hirshberg to District 7 Regarding Resolutions, July 15, 1948
2. Hirshberg to All Locals Regarding Jail Terms of Members, May 25, 1951
3. Hirshberg to All Locals Regarding War, May 25, 1951
4. Hirshberg to All Locals Regarding Elections, April 3, 1952
5. Leo Jandreau to David Kanes Regarding Incentive System, January 10, 1944
6. L. Kapuscinski to Janet Barish Regarding Insurance
7. Aileen Kelley to Lem Markland Regarding Employment Termination, February 6, 1949
8. S. Kelly to K. Kirkendall Letter Acknowledgement, June 2, 1938
9. Kirkendall Letter Regarding Union Representation, February 1, 1938
10. F. Kitson to UE Regarding Finances, June 9, 1949
11. Ray Klausner to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Resolutions, February 16, 1945
12. Klausner to Vejlupek Regarding Local Business, June 18, 1945
13. Klausner to Vejlupek Regarding Per Capita, June 23, 1947
14. Damon Koppmon to Sterling Neal Regarding Bonds, February 2, 1955
15. E. Kraft to Vejlupek Regarding John Moran Dispute, August 12, 1943
16. James Lermer to Hy Lumer Regarding District School
17. Levitt to Coleman Taylor Regarding Meeting
18. Frederick Livingston to Vejlupek Regarding Insurance, July 2, 1945
19. Livingston to Vejlupek Regarding Insurance, September 19, 1945
20. James Matles to W. Miller Regarding Meeting, July 12, 1937
21. Matles to Locals Regarding Conference, August 19, 1937
22. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding General Electric Report, September 1, 1937
23. Matles to Mansfield Locals Regarding Local Orginization, September 2, 1937
24. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Union Organizational Reports, September 16, 1937
25. Matles to Alfred Gilmore Regarding Meeting, September 17, 1937
26. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Union Bargaining, October 1, 1937
27. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Labor Relations and Board Meeting, October 12, 1937
28. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding General Motors Conference, October 19, 1937
29. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Labor Board Cerification, October 20, 1937
Folder 50 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, October 21, 1937-June 3, 1938
1. James Matles to W. Wellemeyer Regarding Finances, October 21, 1937
2. Matles to Joe Albert Regarding Employment, October 23, 1937
3. Matles to K. Kirkendall Regarding Publications For Education, November 1, 1937
4. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Resolutions, November 11, 1937
5. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Fieldman Selection, November 8, 1937
6. Matles to A. Bishop Regarding Meeting, November 7, 1937
7. Matles to John Owens Regarding Local Organization, December 11, 1937
8. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding National Conference, December 27, 1937
9. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Meeting, January 5, 1938
10. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Credentials, January 27, 1938
11. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Publicaitons, February 2, 1938
12. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Finances, February 9, 1938
13. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Local Charter, February 15, 1938
14. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Field Organizer, February 23, 1938
15. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Membership Drive, March 7, 1938
16. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Field Organizer, March 8, 1938
17. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Local Unions, March 16, 1938
18. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Supensions, March 18, 1938
19. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Meetings, March 28, 1938
20. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Labor Board Testimony, April 1, 1938
21. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Dayton Situation, April 9, 1938
22. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Elections, April 28, 1938
23. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding District Organization, May 11, 1938
24. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Staff Assignment, May 13, 1938
25. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Staff Assignment, May 20, 1938
26. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Involvment in Robbins and Mayers Affair, May 27, 1938
27. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding Staff Assignments, June 3, 1938
Folder 51 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, June 7, 1938-October 10, 1941
1. James Matles to K. Kirkendall Regarding Staff Assignment, June 7, 1938
2. Matles to Kirkendall Regarding District Development, July 5, 1938
3. Matles to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Staff Change, November 26, 1940
4. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Meeting, November 28, 1940
5. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Correspondence, December 4, 1940
6. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Forwarded Letter, December 19, 1940
7. Matles to Walter Beare Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, December 26, 1940
8. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Finances, January 2, 1941
9. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Staff Change, February 4, 1941
10. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Field Organizer, March 10, 1941
11. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Staff Assignment, March 12, 1941
12. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Meeting, January 13, 1941
13. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Checks and Meeting, March 13, 1941
14. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Credentials, April 11, 1941
15. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding United Mine Workers Contract Request, May 2, 1941
16. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Credentials, May 15, 1941
17. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Staff Assignments, June 6, 1941
18. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Strike, June 26, 1941
19. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Union Contract, July 17, 1941
20. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Travel Plans, July 21, 1941
21. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Letter Correction, July 30, 1941
22. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Ohio Brass Dispute, August ,2 1941
23. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Organizer Assignment, August 8, 1941
24. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Convention, August 20, 1941
25. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Organizer Position, September 16, 1941
26. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Neill Proposition, September 22, 1941
27. Matles to Excutive Board Regarding Staff Positions, October 2, 1941
28. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Local Representation, October 6, 1941
29. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Message Evaluation, October 6, 1941
30. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Forwarded Letter, October 8, 1941
31. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Staff Transfer, October 10, 1941
Folder 52 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, October 25, 1941-June 4, 1942
1. James Matles to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Staff Assignment, October 25, 1941
2. Matles to Vesjlupek Regarding Local Financial Affairs, October 29, 1941
3. Matles to Victor Decavitch Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, November 3, 1941
4. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Organizer Position, November 5, 1941
5. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, November 10, 1941
6. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Publications, November 28, 1941
7. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Transfers, December 1, 1941
8. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Local Finances, December 5, 1941
9. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Credentials, December 8, 1941
10. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Publications, December 18, 1941
11. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, December 23, 1941
12. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Conference, December 30, 1941
13. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Executive Board Affairs, December 30, 1941
14. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Amalgamation of Locals, January 15, 1942
15. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Negotiations, January 15, 1942
16. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, January 21, 1942
17. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Salary, January 22, 1942
18. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Enclosed Letter, January 27, 1942
19. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Local Business, February 4, 1942
20. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Travel Plans, February 9, 1942
21. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Check, February 16, 1942
22. Matles to Decavitch Regarding District Representitive, February 17, 1942
23. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Travel Expenses, February 18, 1942
24. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Supplies, February 20, 1942
25. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Shop Petition, February 25, 1942
26. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Travel Plans, March 2, 1942
27. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Finances, March 2, 1942
28. Matles to Margret Toth Regarding Organizing, March 9, 1942
29. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Mailing List, March 23, 1942
30. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Employment, March 24, 1942
31. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Enclosed Telegram, March 30, 1942
32. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, April 1, 1942
33. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, April 4, 1942
34. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, April 4, 1942
35. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Letter, April 21, 1942
36. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Finances, May 1, 1942
37. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Change, May 6, 1942
38. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding National Carbon Case, May 15, 1942
39. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, May 29, 1942
40. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Transfers, June 4, 1942
Folder 53 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, June 18, 1942-March 2, 1943
1. James Matles to Marie Reed Regarding Finances, June 18, 1942
2. Matles to Victor Decavitch Regarding Meeting, June 18, 1942
3. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, June 30, 1942
4. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Travel Arrangement, July 9, 1942
5. Matles to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Wage Rates, July 15, 1942
6. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, August 5, 1942
7. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, August 10, 1942
8. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Workers Benefits, August 14, 1942
9. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Field Organizer, August 18, 1942
10. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, August 19, 1942
11. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Local Negotiations, August 25, 1942
12. Matles to Decavitch Regarding General Motors Hearing, August 26, 1942
13. Matles ot Vejlupek Regarding Check, September 1, 1942
14. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Contract, September 14, 1942
15. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Change, September 18, 1942
16. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Wages, September 22, 1942
17. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Members, October 8, 1942
18. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Members Situation, October 15, 1942
19. Matles to Ardith Nye Regarding Organizational Assignment, October 16, 1942
20. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, October 21, 1942
21. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Local Organization, November 5, 1942
22. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, November 7, 1942
23. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Conference, November 23, 1942
24. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, December 3, 1942
25. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, December 29, 1942
26. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, January 11, 1943
27. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Local Business, January 25, 1943
28. Matles to Decavitch Regarding District Business, January 30, 1943
29. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, March 2, 1943
Folder 54 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, March 5-September 9, 1943
1. James Matles to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Negotiations, March 5, 1943
2. Matles to Victor Decavitch Regarding Local Business, March 8, 1943
3. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Travel Plans, April 5, 1943
4. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, April 10, 1943
5. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Transfer, April 20, 1943
6. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Transfer, April 27, 1943
7. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Transfer, May 4, 1943
8. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, May 14, 1943
9. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, May 21, 1943
10. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, May 27, 1943
11. Matles to Allen Gebble Regarding Plant Opening, June 1, 1943
12. Matles to Philip Schwaner Regarding Rally, June 14, 1943
13. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Enclosed Letter, June 17, 1943
14. Matles to Nelle Lederman Regarding Travel Plans, June 18, 1943
15. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Contract, June 25, 1943
16. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Elections, June 26, 1943
17. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, June 26, 1943
18. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, June 30, 1943
19. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Finances, July 7, 1943
20. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignments, July 9, 1943
21. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Draft Status, July 31, 1943
22. Matles to Lederman Regarding Convention and Proposal, July 14, 1943
23. Matles to Lederman Regarding Rally, July 24, 1943
24. Matles to Lederman Regarding Finances, August 9, 1943
25. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, August 11, 1943
26. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Forwarded Letter, August 12, 1943
27. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Transfer, August 24, 1943
28. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignment, August 27, 1943
29-30. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Staff Affairs, September 3, 1943
31. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Travel Plans, September 9, 1943
Folder 55 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, November 2, 1945-September 15, 1948
1. James Matles to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, November 15, 1945
2. Matles to David Kanes, November 2, 1945
3. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Forwarded Letter, January 5, 1946
4. Matles to Lem Markland Regarding Staff Assignments, February 16, 1946
5. Matles to Markland Regarding Strike, March 12, 1946
6. Matles to Sid Sayers Regarding Forwarded Letter, April 11, 1946
7. Matles to Markland Regarding Rally, July 4, 1946
8. Matles to Vejlupek Regarding Staff Assignments, June 7, 1946
9. Matles to Markland Regarding Staff Transfers, July 10, 1946
10. Matles to Markland Regarding Meeting, October 17, 1946
11. Matles to Markland Regarding Finances, November 14, 1946
12. Matles to Markland Regarding Staff Assignments, November 25, 1946
13. Matles to Markland Regarding Meeting, November 5, 1946
14. Matles to Markland Regarding Finances, February 28, 1947
15. Matles to Markland Regarding Field Report, March 6, 1947
16. Matles to Aurthur Garfield Regarding Staff Affairs, March 6, 1947
17. Matles to Field Organizer Regarding Staff Affairs, March 6, 1947
18. Matles to John Brod Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, April 30, 1947
19. Matles to Markland Regarding Local Finances, May 12, 1947
20. Matles to Markland Regarding Meeting, May 20, 1947
21. Matles to Hy Lumer Regarding Meeting, June 2, 1947
22. Matles to Markland Regarding Meeting, June 2, 1947
23. Matles to Markland Regarding Staff Transfers, June 4, 1948
24. Matles to Markland Regarding Forwarded Letter, September 15, 1948
Folder 56 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, September 15, 1948-April 21, 1952
1-2. James Matles to Lem Markland Regarding Staff Transfers, September 15, 1948
3. Matles to Markland Regarding Travel Plans, September 21, 1948
4. Matles to Markland Regarding Classes for Locals, October 26, 1948
5. Matles to Bessie Powell Regarding Finances, November 15, 1948
6. Matles to Markland Regarding Meeting, December 27, 1948
7. Matles to Markland Regarding Sent Materials, April 12, 1949
8. Matles to Markland Regarding Forwarded Letter, April 27, 1949
9. Matles to Markland Regarding Publications, May 18, 1949
10. Matles to Markland Regarding Advice on District Affairs, July 1, 1949
11-12. Matles to Markland Regarding Staff Transfers, July 15, 1949
13. Matles to Markland Regarding Finances, July 15, 1949
14. Matles to Markland Regarding Staff Assignments, July 25, 1949
15. Matles to Markland Regarding Staff Transfers, October 7, 1949
16. Matles to Markland Regarding Finances, December 3, 1949
17. Matles to Carl Keithley Regarding Finances, February 8, 1950
18. Matles to Joseph Kres Regarding Meeting, December 22, 1950
19. Matles to Markland Regarding Meeting, December 26, 1950
20. Matles to Kres Regarding Conference, January 17, 1951
21. Matles to Sterling Neal Regarding Campaign, August 10, 1951
22. Matles to Neal Regarding Meeting, February 5, 1952
23. Matles to Neal Regarding Staff Assignment, April 21, 1952
Folder 57 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, April 21, 1952-September 10, 1954
1. James Matles to Sterling Neal Regarding Staff Assignments, April 21, 1952
2. Matles to Neal Regarding Finances, April 21, 1952
3. Matles to Neal Regarding Finances, September 5, 1952
4. Matles to Neal Regarding Check, October 31, 1952
5. Matles to Neal Regarding Local Defense Committee, December 3, 1952
6. Matles to Neal Regarding Election Campaign, January 21, 1953
7. Matles to Neal Regarding Staff Assignments, April 17, 1953
8. Matles to Neal Regarding Check, April 27, 1953
9. Matles to Neal Regarding Staff Assignment, May 5, 1953
10. Matles to Neal Regarding Forwarded Correspondence, May 11, 1953
11. Matles to Neal Regarding Finances, July 9, 1953
12. Matles to Field Organizer Regarding Finances, January 25, 1954
13. Matles to Neal Regarding Staff Assignment, February 16, 1954
14. Matles to Neal Regarding Travel Plans, August 30, 1954
15-16. Matles to Neal Regarding Finances, September 10, 1954
Folder 58 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, February 6, 1938-September 5, 1956
1. James Matles to Sterling Neal Regarding Staff Assignments, February 10, 1954
2. Matles to Neal Regarding Finances, March 22, 1954
3. Matles to Neal Regarding Meeting, March 28, 1954
4. Matles to Neal Regarding Publications, November 1, 1954
5. Matles to Neal Regarding Finances, February 17, 1955
6. Matles to Talmadge Raley Regarding Staff Discharge, September 5, 1956
7. Matles to Herbert Hirshberg Regarding Secession Movement, September 5, 1956
8. Matles to Joseph Persily Regarding Staff Discharge, September 5, 1956
9. Matles to Charles Steiner Regarding Staff Discharge, September 5, 1956
10. Matles to Paul Dunman Regarding Staff Discharge, September 5, 1956
11. Matles to UE Locals Regarding Letter Copies of Discharge, September 5, 1956
12. Matles to Alfred Gilmore Regarding Staff Transfer
13. Matles to Neal Regarding Meeting
14. Clyde Matthews to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Protest of Presidential Action, June 11, 1941
15. Edward Matthews to Victor Decavitch Regarding Union Case, June 8, 1943
16. E. Matthews to Decavitch Regarding Campaign Plans, September 21, 1943
17. E. Matthews to Decavitch Regarding Staff Assignments, November 23, 1943
18. E. Matthews to Westinghouse Locals Regarding War Labor Board, September 21, 1944
19. E. Matthews to David Kanes Regarding Westinghouse Case, September 25, 1944
20. E. Matthews to Kanes Regarding Materials, October 1, 1944
21. E. Matthews to Lem Markland Regarding Meeting, August 13, 1946
22. Henry McIntire Letter Regarding Strike, August 10, 1940
23. Joseph Minder to Vejlupek Regarding Batteries Production, December 10, 1940
24. William Mitchell to Tom Brandon Regarding Materials, February 6, 1938
25. E. Matthews to Markland Regarding Strike, July 25, 1946
26. Mitchell to K. Kirkendall Regarding Materials, February 7, 1938
27. Thomas Neil Letter Regarding Union Accomplishments, December 13, 1941
28. Charles Newell to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, April 14, 1942
Folder 59 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, August 25, 1936-December 1, 1952
1. Russ Nixon to Victor Decavitch Regarding Washington Office, November 4, 1941
2. Nixon to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding UE Records, October 30, 1947
3. Nixon to Joseph Kres Regarding Conference, January 15, 1951
4. John Parker to UE Regarding Check, July 14, 1950
5. People's Press to A. Bishop Regarding Publications, August 25, 1936
6. People's Press to C. Shultz Regarding Publications, September 18, 1936
7. Don Pinkston to Vejlupek Regarding Publicatons, January 23, 1946
8. Pinkston to Vejlupek Regarding Supplies, February 2, 1946
9. Pinkston to Vejlupek Regarding Publications, April 8, 1946
10. Pinkston to Lem Markland Regarding Publications, June 13, 1946
11. Paul Prear to David Scribner Regarding Indicments, December 1, 1952
12. Prear Letter Regarding Finances
13. William Randell to UE Regarding Check, June 25, 1948
14. Earl Randles to Coleman Taylor Regarding Meeting, June 8, 1937
15. David Ratner to Markland Regarding Finances, May 28, 1947
16. Ratner to Markland Regarding Finances, June 8, 1947
17-18. Ratner to Hyman Lumer Regarding Publications, October 29, 1947
19. Ratner to Markland Regarding Finances, December 1, 1947
20. Ratner to Markland Regarding Finances, March 8, 1948
21. Ratner to Markland Regarding Publications, December 20, 1948
22. Ratner to Markland Regarding Supplies, February 11, 1949
Folder 60 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, April 1, 1938-August 10, 1955
1. David Ratner to Lem Markland Regarding Finances, March 18, 1949
2. Ratner to Paula Fisher Regarding Materials, May 23, 1949
3. Ratner to Fisher Regarding Supplies, August 26, 1949
4. Ratner to Fisher Regarding Supplies, June 9, 1949
5. Ratner to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Meeting, July 7, 1949
6. Ratner to June Ezelle Regarding Fnances, December 6, 1949
7. Ratner to Ezelle Regarding Check, September 1, 1950
8. Ratner to Elizabeth Barrow Regarding Check, August 11, 1952
9. Ratner to Barrow Regarding Conference Arrangements, August 13, 1952
10. Ratner to Sterling Neal Regarding Expenses, May 27, 1953
11. Ratner to Neal Regarding Supplies, December 28, 1953
12. Ratner to Neal Regarding Audit, August 10, 1955
13-15. Ratner to Markland Regarding Finances
16. Ben Risken to Vejlupek Regarding Philco Plants, January 9, 1947
17. James Robinson to Neal Regarding Finances, April 6, 1955
18. August Scholle to K. Kirkendall Regarding AFL Meeting, April 1, 1938
19. Martin Schwartz to Officers Regarding Meeting Motions, May 25, 1943
20. David Scribner to Victor Decavitch Regarding Staff Meeting, August 25, 1945
21. William Sentner to Tom DeLong Regarding Finances, December 22, 1949
22. Sentner to Bud James Regarding Finances, February 2, 1950
23. Sentner to Fred Marrero Regarding Campaign Finances, February 2, 1950
24. Sentner to John Gojack Regarding Campaign Finances, February 2, 1950
25. Harold Sharpe to Erwin Rice Regarding Contract, December 16, 1940
26. Ted Silvey to Decavitch Regarding Lobbying, February 11, 1943
27. William Snoots to Right-Wing Regarding UE Members and Disruptive Tatics, August 19, 1949
Folder 61 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, June 15 1937-August 29, 1956
1. Jake Staas to Ohio Westinghouse Regarding Meeting, October 14, 1947
2. Staas to Ohio Locals Regarding Meeting, February 9, 1948
3. Waldo Stayer to Victor Decavitch Regarding Negotiations, March 5, 1943
4. Louis Stark to UE Regarding Memebership, July 28, 1937
5. Albert Stonkers to James Pascoe Regarding Conference, June 15, 1937
6. Stonkers to Colemn Taylor Regarding Conference, June 16, 1937
7. Stonkers to Taylor Regarding Conference, June 24, 1937
8. Stonkers to Taylor Regarding Ohio Power Situation, August 10, 1937
9. Stonkers to Taylor Regarding Staff Assignment, September 10, 1937
10. Stonkers to Taylor Regarding Travel Plans, October 23, 1937
11. Walter Strong to Executive Board Regarding Legal Changes
12. John Thomas to Decavitch Regarding Amendment, June 24, 1942
13. Selma Traurer to Elmo Miller Regarding Staff Assignments, October 3, 1947
14. Irene Van Hirden Letter Regarding Finances, April 21, 1950
15. Robert Wallace to UE Regarding Meeting Attendance
16. Glenn Webb to Lem Markland Regarding Executive Board Members, August 10, 1947
17. Webb to Markland Regarding Constitutional Violation, January 27, 1949
18. E. White to Sterling Neal Regarding Proposal, August 29, 1956
19. Bertha Williams to Markland Regarding Legal Change, October 17, 1949
20. W. Winans to Charles Dayle Regarding Contract, December 18, 1945
21. Fitzgerald to Robert LeMaster Regarding Rally, March 31, 1949
22. Unsigned Letter to J. Vejlupek Regarding Local Business, January 31, 1941
23. Unsigned Letter to Vejlupek Regarding Local Business, January 10, 1941
24. Unsigned Letter to Vejlupek Regarding Local Business
25. Unsigned Letter to Distrcit 7 Regarding Supplies
26. Stella to Gertrude Regarding Mailing, September 30, 1941
27. Unsigned Letter to Decavitch Regarding Supplies
Folder 62 District 7 Incoming Correspondence, January 11, 1937-November 9, 1953
1. UE Change of Address, October 7, 1949
2. Unsigned Letter to Sterling Neal Regarding Audits, Novermber 9, 1953
3. Unsigned Letter to Elizabeth Barrow Regarding Supplies, August 6, 1952
4. UE to Florence Bunn Regarding Insurance
5. Unsigned Letter to John Paston Regarding Taft-Hartley, April 30, 1948
6. Unsigned Letter to William Chambers Regarding Forwarded Letter, November 15, 1940
7. Unsigned Letter to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Public Relations, November 26, 1947
8. UE to John Shaw Regarding People's Press, January 11, 1937
9. District 7 Secretary to Paula
10. Unsigned Letter to Arthur Garfield Regarding Frigidaire Election, January 10, 1952
11. Unsigned Letter to K. Kirkendall Regarding Charters and Supplies, June 8, 1937
12. Unsigned Letter to Lem Markland Regarding Frigidaire Situation, January 10, 1952
13. Unsigned Letter to A. Bishop Regarding Reciepts, October 10, 1936
14. Unsigned Letter to Walter Miller Regarding Check, May 28, 1936
15. Unsigned Letter to Walter Scott Regarding Supplies, May 21, 1937
16. Unsigned Letter to Miller Regarding Credentials, April 28, 1937
17. Unsigned Letter to Scott Regarding Officer's Lists, April 6, 1937
18. Unsigned Letter to Garfield Regarding Letter Correction, July 19, 1937
19. Fitzgerald to Joseph Kres Regarding Travel Plans, July 28, 1944
20. Unsigned Letter to Victor Decavitch Regarding Finances, December 5, 1944
21. UE to Joseph Slifko Regarding Mailing List, October 4, 1941
Folder 63 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, August 8, 1937-April 23, 152
1. Alexander Adie to Julius Emspak Regarding Elections, November 28, 1940
2. Adie to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, March 1, 1941
3. Adie to Emspak Regarding Employment Benefits, April 3, 1941
4. Adie to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 14, 1941
5. Adie to Emspak Regarding Address Change, August 29, 1941
6. Adie to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 15, 1941
7. Joseph Albert to Emspak Regarding Cincinnati Survey Report, August 8, 1937
8. Albert to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignments, October 17, 1937
9. Elbert Albright to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, November 29, 1937
10. E. Albright to All Locals Regarding Meeting, February 1, 1938
11. Letha Albright to Emspak Regarding Finance Procedures, September 12, 1944
12. Elizabeth Alexander to Emspak Regarding Local Business, July 19, 1941
13. Elizabeth Barrow to Janet Barish Regarding Campaign Bills, November 24, 1950
14. Barrow to Barish Regarding Records, February 5, 1951
15. Barrow to Barish Regarding Records, February 12, 1951
16. Barrow to Barish Regarding Records, April 11, 1951
17. Barrow to James Matles Regarding Meeting, June 26, 1951
18. Barrow to Barish Regarding Insurance, August 29, 1951
19. Barrow to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 23, 1952
Folder 64 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, August 5, 1936-March 31, 1953
1. Elizabeth Barrow to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 23, 1952
2. Barrow to James Matles Regarding Records, May 14, 1952
3. Barrow to Bill Cahn Regarding Conference, July 24, 1952
4. Barrow to Ray Klausner Regarding Staff Assignments, August 4, 1952
5. Barrow to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, September 23, 1952
6. Barrow to Ratner Regarding Finances, September 24, 1952
7. Barrow to Barish Regarding Finances, September 30, 1952
8. Barrow to Ratner Regarding Finances, October 1, 1952
9. Barrow to Barish Regarding Finances, November 14, 1952
10. Barrow to Barish Regarding Finances, March 31, 1953
11. Barrow to Barish Regarding Insurance, December 29, 1950
12. Walter Beare to Matles Regarding Meeting, December 30, 1940
13. Charles Bell to Julius Emspak Regarding Publications, October 14, 1944
14. Norman Berman to Hyman Lumer Regarding Communications, September 8, 1948
15. A. Bishop to Emspak Regarding Ideal Electric Situation, August 5, 1936
16. Bishop to Emspak Regarding Materials, October 5, 1936
17. Bishop to Emspak Regarding Meeting, September 12, 1936
18. Bishop to James Carey Regarding Meeting, September 19, 1936
19. Bishop to Emspak Regarding Materials, September 27, 1936
20. Bishop to Matles Regarding Credentials, November 14, 1937
Folder 65 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, October 6, 1936-January 11, 1950
1. Carl Brader to Robert Logsdon Regarding Campaign, January 11, 1950
2. Neil Brant to James Matles Regarding Information Request, February 28, 1947
3. James Buss to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Assignment, August 7, 1944
4. Buss to Emspak Regarding Campaign, September 11, 1944
5. Angeline Catalano to Matles Regarding Conference, January 3, 1941
6. Catalano to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 13, 1943
7. Catalano to Emspak Regarding Local Correspondence, May 25, 1944
8. Catalano to Fredrick Livingston Regarding Finances, July 3, 1945
9. William Chambers to Emspak Regarding Statement, November 13, 1940
10. David Clayton Letter Regarding Check, August 18, 1948
11. Harry Coates to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 14, 1940
12. Thomas Conner to Bill Cahn Regarding Publications, March 25, 1948
13. David Creps to Emspak Regarding Charter, October 6, 1936
14. David Davis to Matles Regarding Finances, May 17, 1943
15. Victor Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Meeting Report, January 9, 1937
16. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Conference, October 31, 1941
17. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Meeting Report, October 31, 1941
18. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Finances, November 4, 1941
19. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff, November 6, 1941
20. Decavitch to Russ Nixon Regarding Conference, October 31, 1941
21. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Conference, November 11, 1941
Folder 66 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, November 28, 1941-July 9, 1942
1. Victor Decavitch to Russ Nixon Regarding Meeting, November 28, 1941
2. Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Credentials, December 4, 1941
3. Decavitch to James Matles Regarding Contract, December 26, 1941
4. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, December 31, 1941
5. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Election, January 12, 1942
6. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Check, January 12, 1942
7. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Addition, January 20, 1942
8. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, January 30, 1942
9. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Contract, February 6, 1942
10. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Local Representation, February 6, 1942
11. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Hearing, February 12, 1942
12. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Supplies, February 18, 1942
13. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Finances, February 19, 1942
14. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, February 25, 1942
15. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Convention, February 26, 1942
16. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, March 30, 1942
17. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Meeting, March 31, 1942
18. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, March 31, 1942
19. Decavitch to Tom Wright Regarding Publications, April 8, 1942
20. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 1, 1942
21. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Publications, June 19, 1942
22. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, June 26, 1942
23. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 26, 1942
24. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, June 27, 1942
25. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Meeting, July 8, 1942
26. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Payroll, July 9, 1942
Folder 67 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, August 4, 1942-March 9, 1943
1. Victor Decavitch to James Matles Regarding Draft, August 4, 1942
2. Decavitch to Keith Hoffman Regarding Employment, August 7, 1942
3. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, August 7, 1942
4. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Contract, August 19, 1942
5. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, September 29, 1942
6. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Employment, October 6, 1942
7. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, October 17, 1942
8. Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Election, October 26, 1942
9. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, October 29, 1942
10. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 29, 1942
11. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, December 1, 1942
12. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Addition, December 1, 1942
13. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Finances, December 21, 1942
14. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Credentials, January 5, 1943
15. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Local Union, January 26, 1943
16. Decavitch to Matles Regarding War Labor Board Case, February 1, 1943
17. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, February 9, 1943
18. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, February 16, 1943
19. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Elections, February 16, 1943
20. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 22, 1943
21. Decavitch to Ted Silvey Regarding Conferences, February 22, 1943
22. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, February 23, 1943
23. Decavitch to Silvey Regarding Letter Correction, March 2, 1943
24. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, March 9, 1943
Folder 68 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, April 2-November 6, 1943
1. Victor Decavitch to James Matles Regarding Travel Plans, April 2, 1943
2. Decavitch to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Travel Plans, April 2, 1943
3. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Travel Plans, April 6, 1943
4. Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, April 6, 1943
5. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Travel Expenses, May 3, 1943
6. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, May 3, 1943
7. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting Minutes, May 3, 1943
8. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Transfers, May 10, 1943
9. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Travel Expenses, May 10, 1943
10. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Contract, May 11, 1943
11. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Bonding, May 11, 1943
12. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 19, 1943
13. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, June 4, 1943
14. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 23, 1943
15. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Local Business, June 23, 1943
16. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Field Organizer, June 23, 1943
17. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Contract, June 28, 1943
18. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 30, 1943
19. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Check, August 19, 1943
20. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Field Organizer, August 31, 1943
21. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, August 31, 1943
22. Decavitch to Fitzgerald Regarding Publications, October 20, 1943
23. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Charter, November 6, 1943
Folder 69 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, November 6, 1943-September 1, 1944
1. Victor Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting Report, November 6, 1943
2. Decavitch to Edward Matthews Regarding Meeting Report, November 17, 1943
3. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Credentials, December 31, 1943
4. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Charter, January 3, 1944
5. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Draft, January 17, 1944
6. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 3, 1944
7. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Conference, February 9, 1944
8. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Transfers, February 14, 1944
9. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Employment, February 22, 1944
10. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Business, February 28, 1944
11. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignments, March 4, 1944
12. Decavitch to Angie Catalano Regarding Materials, March 16, 1944
13. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Charter, March 28, 1944
14. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignment, April 19, 1944
15. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, May 25, 1944
16. Decavitch to Tom Wright Regarding Elections, June 13, 1944
17. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Affairs, June 21, 1944
18. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Field Assignment, June 28, 1944
19. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignment, June 29, 1944
20. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, July 10, 1944
21. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Check, August 25, 1944
22. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Election, September 1, 1944
Folder 70 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, September 6, 1944-April 7, 1955
1. Victor Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Insurance, September 6, 1944
2. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Severence Pay, September 21, 1944
3. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Executive Board Meeting, October 2, 1944
4. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 15, 1944
5. Decavitch to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Broadcasts, April 2, 1945
6. Decavitch to Westinghouse Locals Regarding Correspondence, August 24, 1945
7. Decavitch to Edward Matthews Regarding Travel Plans, August 28, 1945
8. Decavitch to Matthews Regarding Conference, August 29, 1945
9. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignments, August 28, 1945
10. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding General Motors Agreement, August 31, 1945
11. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 31, 1945
12. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Records, November 1, 1945
13. Decavitch to James Matles Regarding Meeting, June 29, 1948
14. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Meeting, April 7, 1955
15. Decavitch to Bill Cahn Regarding Radio Script
16. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignment
17. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Negotiations
18. Decavitch to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting
19. Decavitch to Local Union Representatives
20. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Check
21. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment
22. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Field Staff Assignment
23. Decavitch to Tom Wright Regarding Publications
24. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Check
25. Decavitch to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignments
Folder 71 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, June 19, 1937-January 27, 1954
1. Ernest DeMario to James Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, February 10, 1941
2. Everett Dewalt to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Caucus, March 10, 1949
3. Dewalt to Fitzgerald Regarding Forwarded Letter, March 28, 1949
4. Paul Dunman to Julius Emspak Regarding Organizer's Finances, March 3, 1945
5. Dunman to Emspak Regarding Campaign, April 2, 1945
6. Dunman to Matles Regarding Local Business, January 27, 1954
7. Robert Elsner to UE Regarding Materials, January 5, 1948
8. Frank Ernst to UE Regarding Materials, June 19, 1937
9. Jane Ezelle to David Scribner Regarding Travel Plans, July 23, 1946
10. Ezelle to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, September 23, 1946
11. Ezelle to Dave Ratner Regarding Finances, October 27, 1949
12. Ezelle to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 31, 1949
13. Ezelle to Ratner Regarding Check, November 26, 1949
14. Ezelle to Ratner Regarding Finances, December 1, 1949
15. Ezelle to Ratner Regarding Finances, February 15, 1949
16. Ezelle to Barish Regarding Finances, August 14, 1950
17. Ezelle to Ratner Regarding Check, September 1, 1950
Folder 72 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, July 10, 1942-October 31, 1949
1. Paula Fisher to Julius Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, August 14, 1947
2. Fisher to James Matles Regarding Forwarded Materials, September 16, 1947
3. Fisher to UE Regarding Supplies, October 6, 1947
4. Fisher to Janet Barish Regarding Check, April 8, 1948
5. Fisher to Matles Regardng Forwarded Application, November 6, 1948
6. Fisher to Emspak Regarding Check, December 7, 1948
7. Fisher to Barish Regarding Supplies, March 3, 1949
8. Fisher to Dave Ratner Regarding Forwarded Materials, June 17, 1949
9-10. Fisher to Ratner Regarding Forwarded Materials, July 5, 1949
11. Fisher to Barish Regarding Check, October 6, 1949
12. Fisher to Ratner Regarding Finances, October 14, 1949
13. Fisher to Bill Cahn Regarding Materials, October 18, 1949
14. Fisher to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 31, 1949
15. Henry Fiering to Matles Regarding Contract, July 10, 1942
16. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Check, February 21, 1944
17. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Check, October 12, 1944
18. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 15, 1945
19. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 8, 1945
20. Fiering to Barish Regarding Staff Assignments, November 10, 1945
21. Fiering to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 11, 1946
22. Fiering to Ratner Regarding Payroll, May 15, 1946
23. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, June 12, 1946

Box 2
Folder 1 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, July 3, 1937-May 26, 1950
1. Arthur Garfield to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers and Lists, July 3, 1937
2. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Credentials, July 9, 1937
3. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Company Unions, July 10, 1937
4. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Publications, November 18, 1937
5. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Bonding, May 25, 1941
6. Garfield to James Matles Regarding Labor Case, June 24, 1942
7. Garfield to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, July 7, 1942
8. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Conference, March 3, 1947
9. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Radio Program, December 5, 1947
10. Garfield to Dave Ratner Regarding Staff Replacements, July 26, 1949
11. Garfield to Matles Regarding Vouchers, August 30, 1949
12. Garfield to Emspak Regarding Forwarded Mail, May 26, 1950
13. Ella Garner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Broadcast, March 28, 1945
14. Garner to Janet Barish Regarding Check, June 23, 1945
15. Garner to Barish Regarding Finances, August 1, 1945
16. Garner to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 5, 1945
17. Garner to Barish Regarding Check
18. Garner to Fitzgerald Regarding Travel Plans
19. Garner to Emspak Regarding Finances
Folder 2 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, August 3, 1937-March 6, 1950
1. Allan Gebbie to James Matles Regarding Local Organization, December 3, 1941
2. Gebbie to Matles Regarding Local Organization, May 19, 1941
3. Lucia Geiselman to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 31, 1949
4. Mike DiGiacomo to Emspak Regarding Officers List, July 10, 1947
5. Glen Gillimgham to Emspak Regarding Business Arrangements, October 3, 1941
6. A. Gilmore to Matles Regarding Local Organization, August 3, 1937
7. Gilmore to Matles Regarding Finances, September 11, 1937
8. John Gojack to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, November 26, 1941
9. Gojack to David Ratner Regarding Finances, January 13, 1950
10. Gojack to Carl Henderson Regarding Finances, January 13, 1950
11. Gojack to Carl Keithley Regarding Negotiations, February 2, 1950
12. Gojack to Matles Regarding Forwarded Correspndence, February 3, 1950
13. Gojack to Keithley Regarding Campaign, February 3, 1950
14. Gojack to Matles Regarding Finances, February 22, 1950
15. Gojack to Ratner Regarding Forwarded Letter, March 6, 1950
16. Gojack to Henderson Regarding Finances, March 6, 1950
17. Gojack to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, August 21, 1941
18. Richard Gore to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 22, 1941
Folder 3 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, December 7, 1940-December 29, 1953
1. Frank Greene to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers List, March 10, 1952
2. Greene to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 14, 1952
3. Greene to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 28, 1952
4. Greene to All Locals Regarding Meeting, September 22, 1952
5. Greene to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 27, 1952
6. Greene to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 9, 1952
7. Greene to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 18, 1952
8. Greene to Financial Secretary Regarding Audit, December 29, 1953
9. Greene to Locals Regarding Audit Report, January 22, 1953
10. Greene to Locals Regarding Audit, October 30, 1953
11. James Griffin to Emspak Regarding Local Organization, October 15, 1942
12. Conrad Grimes to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 7, 1940
13. Ethel Hafter to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 29, 1944
14. Hafter to Emspak Regarding Insurance, April 25, 1944
15. Allen Haywood to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Forwarded Letter, Marh 24, 1944
16. Haywood to John Gojack Regarding Finances, February 28, 1950
17. Carl Henderson Letter Regarding Finances, January 31, 1950
18. Henderson to Gojack Regarding Finances, February 28, 1950
19. Henderson to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 7, 1950
20. Pearle Hupman to Fitzgerald Regarding Trial, July 1953
Folder 4 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, June 30, 1941-March 22, 1950
1. Eugene Jacobs to UE Regarding Mailing List, June 30, 1941
2. Marilyn Jackson to James Matles Regarding Finances, February 22, 1946
3. Jackson to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, February 22, 1946
4. Jackson to Barish Regarding Finances, March 1, 1946
5. Jackson to Bill Cahn Regarding Publications, March 6, 1946
6. Julia Jacobs to David Ratner Regarding Finances, June 1, 1948
7. Jacobs to Ratner Regarding Address Change, June 15, 1948
8. Jacobs to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 7, 1948
9. Jacobs to Barish Regarding Supplies, February 21, 1949
10. Jacobs to Emspak Regarding Convention Delegates, August 24, 1949
11. Jacobs to Barish Regarding Forwarded Material, March 1, 1950
12. Jacobs to Barish Regarding Finances, March 22, 1950
13. Helen James to Emspak Regarding Finances, Novemer 28, 1944
14. David Kanes to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 16, 1943
15. Kanes to Leo Jandreau Regarding Requested Materials, January 6, 1944
16. Kanes to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 13, 1944
17. Kanes to Ed Matthews Regarding Westinghouse Case, September 12, 1944
18. Kanes to Matthews Regarding Requested Materials, October 6, 1944
19. Kanes to All Locals Regarding Petitons, February 17, 1945
Folder 5 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, September 13, 1937-February 5, 1953
1. David Kanes to UE Representatives Regarding BLS Surveys, February 20, 1945
2. Kanes to Joseph Dermody Regarding Organizer Assignment, October 25, 1945
3. Kanes to James Matles Regarding Plant-Union Interaction, November 26, 1945
4. Kanes to David Scribner Regarding Local Funds, November 26, 1945
5. Kanes to Matles Regarding Negotiations, December 2, 1945
6. Kanes to Matles Regarding Election Brief, December 15, 1945
7. Kanes to BIll Cahn Regarding Publicity, January 14, 1946
8. Kanes Letter Regarding Insurance, January 24, 1946
9. Kanes to Edward Matthews Regarding Negotiations, April 3, 1946
10. June Kaplan to David Ratner Regarding Finances, August 26, 1946
11. J. Kaplan to Ratner Regarding Personal Business, September 25, 1946
12. J. Kaplan to Julius Emspak Regarding Insurance, June 2, 1947
13. J. Kaplan to Janet Barish Regarding Personal Business, August 11, 1947
14. Louis Kaplan to Matles Regardng Publicity, July 28, 1947
15. Carl Keithley to Matles Regarding Finances, February 1, 1950
16. John Keller to James Carey Regarding Meeting, September 11, 1937
17. Albert Kendell to All Locals Regarding Senate Bill, February 5, 1953
18. K. Kirkendall to Executive Board Regarding Meeting, September 13, 1937
19. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Contract, September 27, 1937
Folder 6 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, October 7, 1937-January 21, 1938
1. K. Kirkendall to James Matles Regarding Blacklisting, October 7, 1937
2. Kirkendall to James Carey Regarding Organizers Assignment, October 13, 1937
3. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Election, October 16, 1937
4. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Union Case, October 26, 1937
5. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Publicity, October 28, 1937
6. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Organizers Assignment, November 9, 1937
7. Kirkendall to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 10, 1937
8. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Charter, November 15, 1937
9. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Charter, November 16, 1937
10. Kirkendall to Carey Regarding Meeting, November 29, 1937
11. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Charter, November 29, 1937
12. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 18, 1937
13. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Limo Situation, December 20, 1937
14. Kirkendall to J. Madden Regarding Union Case, December 21, 1937
15. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Negotiations, December 23, 1937
16. Kirkendall to Carey Regarding Meeting, December 29, 1937
17. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 18, 1938
18. Kirkendall to Frank Palmer Regarding Finances, January 21, 1938
Folder 7 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, January 22-March 10, 1938
1. K. Kirkendall to James Carey Regarding Forwarded Letter, January 22, 1938
2. Kirkendall to James Matles Regarding Credentials, January 22, 1938
3. Kirkendall to Gilbert Regarding Media, January 26, 1938
4. Kirkendall to Carey Regarding Finances, February 5, 1938
5. Kirkendall to Julius Emspak Regarding Financial Report, February 5, 1938
6. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Bargaining, February 7, 1938
7. Kirkendall to Carey Regarding Meeting, February 7, 1938
8. Kirkendall to W. Mitchell Regarding Publicity, February 9, 1938
9. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Strike Settlement, February 10, 1938
10. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Finances, February 16, 1938
11. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Membership Drive, March 4, 1938
12. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Bryan Ohio Situation, February 17, 1938
13. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Labor Movement Unity, March 6, 1938
14. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Advertising, March 7, 1938
15. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Organizing Drive, March 9, 1938
16. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Dayton Situation, March 10, 1938
Folder 8 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, March 10-May 7, 1938
1. K. Kirkendall to James Matles Regarding Dayton Situation, March 10, 1938
2. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Finances, March 12, 1938
3. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Publicity, March 15, 1938
4. Kirkendall to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 21, 1938
5. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Organizer's Staff, March 22, 1938
6. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Union Case, March 30, 1938
7. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Finances, March 30, 1938
8. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Unorganization, March 31, 1938
9. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Layoff, March 31, 1938
10. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Meeting Resolutions, April 25, 1938
11. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Charter, April 23, 1938
12. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Works Progress Administration Organization, April 26, 1938
13-15. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Elections, April 29, 1938
16. Kirkendall to Local Unions Regarding Finances, May 7, 1938
Folder 9 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, April 13-August 20, 1938
1. K. Kirkendall to James Matles Regarding Finances, May 9, 1938
2. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Finances, May 18, 1938
3. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Finances, May 19, 1938
4. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, May 27, 1938
5. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Union Case, May 31, 1938
6. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Staff Assessment, June 21, 1938
7. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Campaign, June 30, 1938
8. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Union Unity, July 8, 1938
9. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Works Progress Administration Organization, July 23, 1938
10. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding WPA Organization, August 20, 1938
11. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Contract, April 13, 1938
12. Kirkendall to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 21, 1938
13. Kirkendall Letter Regarding Vice President's Report, May 5, 1938
14. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Bargaining, May 1, 1938
15. Kirkendall to James Carey Regarding Publicity, March 1, 1938
16. Kirkendall to Carey Regarding Election, March 1, 1938
17. Kirkendall to Matles Regarding Publicity, March 1, 1938
18. Kirkendall Letter Regarding Charter
Folder 10 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, December 5, 1940-March 23, 1951
1. Melvin Krantzler to James Matles Regarding Publicity, March 23, 1951
2. Krantzler to Matles Regarding Strike, April 3, 1951
3. William Kozma to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 21, 1950
4. Helen Kraft to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 5, 1940
5. Kraft to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 14, 1940
6. Joseph Kres to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, October 19, 1945
7. Kres to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, August 21, 1946
8. Kres to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Finances, September 3, 1946
9. Kres to Emspak Regarding Convention, August 26, 1946
10. Kres to McAvoy Regarding Finances, September 3, 1946
11. Kres to Emspak Regarding Insurance, September 24, 1946
12. Kres Letter Regarding Publicity, October 10, 1946
13. Kres to McAvoy Regarding Financial Records, December 3, 1946
14. Kres to Matles Regarding Contract, November 25, 1949
15. Kres to Fitzgerald Regarding Conference Board, August 31, 1950
16. Kres to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 25, 1950
17. Kres to Dave Ratner Regarding Finances, November 8, 1950
18. Kres to All Locals Regarding Strike Support, November 13, 1950
19. Kres to Communications Workers Regarding Strike Support, November 13, 1950
20. Kres to Emspak Regarding Meeting, November 13, 1950
21. Kres to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 20, 1950
Folder 11 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, November 22, 1950-May 21, 1951
1. Joseph Kres to All Locals Regarding Conference Resolution, November 22, 1950
2. Kres to Julius Emspak Regarding Convention, November 24, 1950
3. Kres to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 14, 1950
4. Kres to Janet Barish Regarding Convention, December 19, 1950
5. Kres to Emspak Regarding Convention, December 20, 1950
6. Kres to James Matles Regarding Conference, January 15, 1951
7. Kres to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, January 15, 1951
8. Kres to Emspak Regarding Officer's Statment, January 15, 1951
9. Kres to Fitzgerald Regarding Campaign, February 16, 1951
10. Kres to Matles Regarding Meeting, February 20, 1951
11. Kres to All Local Presidents Regarding Resolution, February 22, 1951
12. Kres to All Locals Regarding Meeting, March 14, 1951
13. Kres to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 27, 1951
14. Kres to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, April 19, 1951
15. Kres to Executive Board Regarding Meeting, May 5, 1951
16. Kres to Matles Regarding Personal Affairs, May 5, 1951
17. Kres to Ford Frick Regarding Publicity, May 10, 1951
18. Kres to All Locals Regarding Finances, May 21, 1951
Folder 12 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, June 18, 1936-January 4, 1952
1. Joseph Kres to All Locals Regarding Finances, May 21, 1951
2. Kres to All Locals Regarding Delegation, May 21, 1951
3. Kres Letter Regarding Personal Affairs, May 31, 1951
4. Kres to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, June 26, 1951
5. Kres Letter Regarding Personal Affairs, July 10, 1951
6. Kres to James Matles Regarding Meeting, July 13, 1951
7. Kres to Matles Regarding Meeting, July 20, 1951
8. Kres to All Locals Regarding Elections, September 7, 1951
9. Kres to David Ratner Regarding Check, October 23, 1951
10. Kres to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 23, 1951
11. Kres to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 21, 1951
12. Kres to Emspak Regarding Hearings, January 4, 1952
13. William Leafgreen to W. Scott Regarding Meeting, June 18, 1936
14. Nelle Lederman to Matles Regarding Mailing Lists, February 2, 1943
15. Lederman to All Locals Regarding Publicity, February 225, 1943
16. Lederman to Emspak Regarding Publications, February 25, 1943
17. Lederman to Emspak Regarding Letter Correction, March 2, 1943
18. Lederman to Matles Regarding Conference, March 17, 1943
Folder 13 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, March 27, 1943-March 28, 1949
1. Nelle Lederman to James Matles Regarding Rally, March 27, 1943
2. Lederman to Julius Emspak Regarding Rally, April 27, 1943
3. Lederman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, May 3, 1943
4. Lederman to Emspak Regarding Minutes, May 17, 1943
5. Lederman to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 16, 1943
6. Lederman to All Washington Delegates Regarding Washington Trip, June 28, 1943
7. Lederman to Russ Nixon Regarding Meeting, July 12, 1943
8. Lederman to Matles Regarding Resolution, July 12, 1943
9. Lederman to Matles Regarding Elections, July 13, 1943
10. Lederman to Matles Regarding Rally, July 22, 1943
11. Lederman Letter Regarding War Production, July 21, 1943
12. Lederman to Matles Regarding Travel Plans, August 2, 1943
13. Lederman to Victor Decavitch Regarding Staff Position, September 7, 1943
14. Lederman to Matles Regarding Check, September 8, 1943
15. Pearl Levin to David Ratner Regarding Bill, May 13, 1946
16. Walter Lohman to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 28, 1949
17. Rae Lowe to Matles Regarding Staff Position, January 26, 1946
18. Lowe to Janet Barish Regarding Personal Matter, February 28, 1946
Folder 14 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, January 29, 1946-October 31, 1949
1. Hyman Lumer to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, May 20, 1947
2. Lumer to James Matles Regarding Meeting, May 20, 1947
3. Lumer to Julius Emspak Regarding Lecture, May 20, 1947
4. Lumer to Bill Cahn Regarding Publications, June 18, 1947
5. Lumer to Cahn Regarding Materials, July 15, 1947
6. Lumer to Russ Nixon Regarding Weekly Report, August 18, 1947
7. Lumer to Fannie Cohn Regarding Media, October 21, 1947
8. Lumer to David Ratner Regarding Publications, October 28, 1947
9. Lumer to Nixon Regarding Finances, December 11, 1947
10. Lumer to Cahn Regarding Publications, January 16, 1948
11. Lumer to Cahn Regarding Strike, March 2, 1948
12. Lumer to Emspak Regarding Publications, May 12, 1948
13. Lumer to All Locals Regarding Strike, September 30, 1948
14. Lumer to Cahn Regarding Materials, December 8, 1948
15. Lumer to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 31, 1948
16. Lem Markland to Matles Regarding Finances, January 29, 1946
17. Markland to Emspak Regarding Mailing Procedures, February 16, 1946
18. Markland to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 26, 1946
Folder 15 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, March 6, 1946-February 14, 1947
1. Lem Markland to James Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, March 6, 1946
2. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Letter Copies, April 23, 1946
3. Markland to Ben Cromwell Regarding Finances, April 23, 1946
4. Markland to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 14, 1946
5. Markland to Matles Regarding Rally, June 3, 1946
6. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, June 26, 1946
7. Markland to Local Presidents Regarding Meeting, June 27, 1946
8. Markland to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 28, 1946
9. Markland to Matles Regarding Meeting, October 15, 1946
10. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Conference, October 24, 1946
11. Markland to Matles Regarding Meeting, October 29, 1946
12. Markland to Staff Members Regarding Weekly Report, November 1, 1946
13. Markland to Locals Regarding Conference, January 30, 1947
14. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Conference, January 30, 1947
15. Markland to Emspak Regarding Negotiation Results, February 7, 1947
16. Markland to Denzel Phillips Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
17. Markland to Alvin Secrist Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
18. Markland to Alfred Zuber Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
19. Markland to Guy Troyan Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
20. Markland to Rhonda Clayton Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
21. Markland to Ed Uhl Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
22. Markland to Harry Bradley Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
23. Markland to R. Hart Regarding Constitution, February 13, 1947
24. Markland to Ray Cannell Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
25. Markland to Authur Hess Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
26. Markland to William Kower Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
27. Markland to H. Spadling Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
Folder 16 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, Februrary 14-October 7, 1947
1. Lem Markland to Robert Butler Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
2. Markland to George Braen Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
3. Markland to Manuel Fox Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
4. Markland to F. Vansickle Regarding Constitution, February 14, 1947
5. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Publications, April 14, 1947
6. Markland to Bill Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 16, 1947
7. Markland to Joseph Bugyesinsky Regarding Finances, April 16, 1947
8. Markland to Aaron Peter Regarding Publications, April 16, 1947
9. Markland to Ray Cannell Regarding Publications, April 16, 1947
10. Markland to Joseph Hawkins Regarding Publications, April 16, 1947
11. Markland to Edwin Smith Regarding Publications, April 16, 1947
12. Markland to Ralph Kimmet Regarding Publications, April 17, 1947
13. Markland to E. Kraft Regarding Publications, April 17, 1947
14. Markland to Joseph Kres Regarding Mailing List, April 17, 1947
15. Markland to James Matles Regarding Staff Transfer, May 14, 1947
16. Markland to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 19, 1947
17. Markland to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, June 18, 1947
18. Markland to Jake Staas Regarding Forwarded Letter, August 14, 1947
19. Markland to David Ratner Regarding Staff, August 14, 1947
20. Markland to Barish Regarding Finances, September 8, 1947
21. Markland to Emspak Regarding Staff Transfers, September 15, 1947
22. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, October 7, 1947
Folder 17 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, October 9, 1947-January 22, 1948
1. Lem Markland to James Matles Regarding Contract, October 9, 1947
2. Markland to Matles Regarding Staff Transfers, October 30, 1947
3. Markland to Clifford Saunders Regarding Meeting, October 30, 1947
4. Markland to Matles Regarding Conference, November 6, 1947
5. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 18, 1947
6. Markland to Emspak Regarding Mailing Procedures, November 28, 1947
7. Markland to Dave Ratner Regarding Finances, November 28, 1947
8. Markland to Emspak Regarding Meeting, December 2, 1947
9. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, Decembe 3, 1947
10. Markland to Matles Regarding Mailing Procedures, December 12, 1947
11. Markland to Emspak Regarding Meeting, December 22, 1947
12. Markland to Harry Anderson Regarding Leave of Absence, December 30, 1947
13. Markland to Matles Regarding Credentials, January 5, 1948
14. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Council Statement, January 14, 1948
15. Markland to Matles Regarding Credentials, January 14, 1948
16. Markland to Emspak Regarding Office Procedures, January 22, 1948
Folder 18 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, January 29-September 14, 1948
1. Lem Markland to Janet Barish, January 29, 1948
2. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, February 2, 1948
3. Markland to Bill Cahn Regarding Materials, February 15, 1948
4. Markland to Barish Regarding Finances, February 17, 1948
5. Markland to David Ratner Regarding Staff Change, February 24, 1948
6. Markland to General Membership Regarding Union Cases, February 25, 1948
7. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, March 5, 1948
8. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, March 12, 1948
9. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, April 1, 1948
10. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, April 15, 1948
11. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, April 30, 1948
12. Markland to James Matles Regarding Strike, May 1, 1948
13. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 25, 1948
14. Markland to Bebe Ober Regarding Finances, June 10, 1948
15. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, June 10, 1948
16. Markland to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 23, 1948
17. Markland to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 6, 1948
18. Markland to Janet Barish Regarding Office Procedures, July 27, 1948
19. Markland to Emspak Regarding District 7 Business, August 13, 1948
20. Markland to Matles Regarding Publications, September 14, 1948
Folder 19 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, September 29-December 2, 1948
1. Lem Markland to All Locals Regarding Union Case, September 29, 1948
2. Markland to All Locals Regarding Taft-Hartley Board, September 29, 1948
3. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Union Case, September 30, 1948
4. Markland to James Matles Regarding Publications, October 14, 1948
5. Markland to Emspak Regarding Educational Classes, October 21, 1948
6. Markland to Matles Regarding Class Schedule, October 21, 1948
7. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, October 21, 1948
8. Markland to All Locals Regarding Union Case, November 2, 1948
9. Markland to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 9, 1948
10. Markland to Emspak Regarding Class Schedule, November 15, 1948
11. Markland to Matles Regarding Office Location, November 18, 1948
12. Markland to Wesley Steinhilber Regarding Publications, Decembe 2, 1948
Folder 20 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, December 2, 1948-May 4, 1949
1. Lem Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Forwarded Materials, December 2, 1948
2. Markland to Robert Elsner Regarding Finances, December 13, 1948
3. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Forwarded Letter, December 14, 1948
4. Markland to James Matles Regarding Officers Installment, Decembe 23, 1948
5. Markland to UE Stewards Regarding Forum, December 28, 1948
6. Markland to All Locals Regarding Meeting, January 11, 1949
7. Markland to Matles Regarding Finances, February 2, 1949
8. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 7, 1949
9. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Conference Board, March 9, 1949
10. Markland to All Locals Regarding Presidents Meeting, March 9, 1949
11. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Local Affairs, March 9, 1949
12. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Forwarded Letter, March 9, 1949
13. Markland to Matles Regarding Materials, March 14, 1949
14. Markland to Matles Regarding Meeting, March 15, 1949
15. Markland to James Carey Regarding Meeting, March 19, 1949
16. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 23, 1949
17. Markland to Matles Regarding Credentials, April 7, 1949
18. Markland to J. Divine Regarding Financial Procedures, April 27, 1949
19. Markland to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 28, 1949
20. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Rallies, April 28, 1949
21. Markland to Janet Barish, May 3, 1949
22. Markland to Matles Regarding Finances, May 4, 1949
Folder 21 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, May 4-October 7, 1949
1. Lem Markland to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 4, 1949
2. Markland to Walter Lohman Regarding Resolutions, May 5, 1949
3. Markland to James Divine Regarding Finances, May 18, 1949
4. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meetings, May 18, 1949
5. Markland to General Members Regarding Meeting, May 19, 1949
6. Markland to Executive Board Regarding Delegation, May 24, 1949
7. Markland to Union Presidents Regarding Unemployment, May 24, 1949
8. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 27, 1949
9. Markland to Executive Board Regarding Negotiations, June 6, 1949
10. Markland to Local Unions Regarding Conference, June 7, 1949
11. Markland to Local Presidents Regarding Settlement, June 7, 1949
12. Markland to Emspak Regarding Strike, June 11, 1949
13. Markland to Matles Regarding Grievance Procedures, June 24, 1949
14. Markland to Robert Elsner Regarding Umpire Selection, July 5, 1949
15. Markland to Emspak Regarding Publicity, July 19, 1949
16. Markland to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, July 22, 1949
17. Markland to Matles Regarding Publications, August 20, 1949
18. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, August 23, 1949
19. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Convention Committee, August 23, 1949
20. Markland to All Locals Regarding Meeting, October 7, 1949
Folder 22 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, August 25, 1937-December 25, 1951
1. Lem Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Union Case, October 18, 1949
2. Markland to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 31, 1949
3. Markland to James Matles Regarding Finances, November 30, 1949
4. Markland to Emspak Regarding Meeting, July 24, 1950
5. Markland Letter Regarding Election, December 25, 1951
6. Markland to Neil Brant Regarding Settlement
7. Markland to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting
8-9. Markland to Fitzgerald Regarding Union Investigation
10. George Matthews Letter Regarding Mailing List, September 11, 1941
11. Douglas MacMohan to Matles Regarding Forwarded Materials, June 14, 1948
12. Tim McCormick to James Carey Regarding Charter, August 25, 1937
13. Grant McGlothn to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 25, 1942
14. W. McGaufrey to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 30, 1950
15. Emma Meagher Letter Regarding Materials, January 17, 1950
16. Meagher to Matles Regarding Meeting, July 20, 1951
17. Meagher to Joseph Kres Regarding Travel Plans, July 25, 1951
18. Ruth Merson to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, February 20, 1947
19. Merson to Fitzgerald, February 22, 1947
20. Merson to Emspak Regarding Officers List, March 27, 1947
21. Merson to Emspak Regarding Conference, March 20, 1947
22. Merson to Bill Kahn Regarding Conference, March 27, 1947
Folder 23 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, April 29, 1936-August 9, 1951
1. Ruth Merson to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, April 7, 1947
2. Merson to Emspak Regarding Meeting
3. Merson to Emspak Regarding Cancelled Plans
4. Elmo Miller to James Matles Regarding Elections, September 16, 1947
5. Walter Miller to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1936
6. W. Miller to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 11, 1936
7. W. Miller to Emspak Regarding Charter, May 14, 1936
8. W. Miller to Emspak Regarding Meeting, June 3, 1936
9. W. Miller to Emspak Regarding Materials, June 15, 1936
10. W. Miller to James Carey Regarding Travel Plans, March 21, 1937
11. W. Miller to Emspak Regarding Credentials, May 20, 1937
12. W. Miller to Emspak Regarding Convention, August 17, 1937
13. W. Miller to All Locals Regarding Elections
14. Joseph Minder to Emspak Regarding Production, December 8, 1940
15. Frank Motter to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 15, 1941
16. Sterling Neal to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, December 7, 1950
17. Neal to All Locals Regarding Convention, January 9, 1951
18. Neal to All Locals Regarding Office Location, March 1, 1951
19. Neal to All Locals Regarding Bargaining, July 26, 1951
20. Neal to Matles Regarding Finances, August 9, 1951
21. Neal to Ernest Thompson Regarding Election, August 9, 1951
22. Neal to Matles Regarding Election, August 9, 1951
Folder 24 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, December 14, 1951-July 7, 1952
1. Sterling Neal to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 14, 1951
2. Neal to Emspak Regarding Campaign, Januarh 23, 1952
3. Neal to Emspak Regarding Conference, January 23, 1952
4. Neal to Staff Members Regarding Meeting, February 29, 1952
5. Neal to All Locals Regarding Legislation, February 29, 1952
6. Neal to John Wood Regarding Protest, April 1, 1952
7. Neal to All Local Unions Regarding Petition, March 18, 1952
8. Neal to All Locals Regarding Conference, March 25, 1952
9. Neal to All Locals Regarding Protest Letter, April 8, 1952
10. Neal to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, April 8, 1952
11. Neal to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 23, 1952
12. Neal to Executive Board Members Regarding Publications, June 4, 1952
13. Neal to All Locals Regarding Lockout, June 4, 1952
14. Neal to Executive Board Members Regarding Publications, June 4, 1952
15. Neal to All Locals Regarding Lockout, June 20, 1952
16. Neal to All Locals Regarding Convention, June 26, 1952
17. Neal to All Locals Regarding Lockout, July 3, 1952
18. Neal to All Locals Regarding Strike, July 7, 1952
19. Neal to All Locals Regarding Meeting, July 7, 1952
Folder 25 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, July 18-December 15, 1952
1. Sterling Neal to James Matles Regarding Strike, July 18, 1952
2. Neal to James McGranery Regarding Protest, July 20, 1952
3. Neal to UE News Regarding Executive Board Minutes, July 23, 1952
4. Neal to All Locals Regarding Union Case, July 29, 1952
5. Neal to UE News Regarding Conference, July 24, 1952
6. Neal to All Locals Regarding Meeting, July 25, 1952
7. Neal to Ernest Thompson Regarding Requested Aid, August 5, 1952
8. Neal to David Ratner Regarding Finances, August 11, 1952
9. Neal Letter Regarding Mailing Address, August 13, 1952
10. Neal to All Locals Regarding Strike, August 26, 952
11. Neal to All District Presidents Regarding Member's Report, August 27, 1952
12. Neal to All Locals Regarding Meeting, September 26, 1952
13. Neal to Matles Regarding Staff Transfers, October 7, 1952
14. Neal to All Locals Regarding Convention, October 31, 1952
15. Neal to Julius Emspak Regarding Strike and Finances, November 20, 1952
16. Neal to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Travel Plans, December 2, 1952
17. Neal to All Locals Regarding Material, December 5, 1952
18. Neal to All Locals Regarding Union Case, December 15, 1952
Folder 26 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, December 9, 1952-May 13, 1953
1. Sterling Neal to James Matles Regarding Union Case, December 9, 1952
2. Neal to Matles Regarding Meeting, December 15, 1952
3. Neal to David Ratner Regarding Office Affairs, January 7, 1953
4. Neal to Matles Regarding Election, January 13, 1953
5. Neal to David Scribner Regarding Finances, January 20, 1953
6. Neal to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, February 3, 1953
7. Neal to Julius Emspak Regarding Conference, February 3, 1953
8. Neal to All Locals Regarding Conference, February 3, 1953
9. Neal to Emspak Regarding Conference, February 4, 1953
10. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, February 17, 1953
11. Neal to Staff Members Regarding Union Program, February 18, 1953
12. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Union Case, Februarh 18, 1953
13. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 20, 1953
14. Neal to All Locals Regarding Publications, April 1, 1953
15. Neal to Matles Regarding Finances, April 23, 1953
16. Neal to Staff Members Regading Finances, April 24, 1953
17. Neal to All Locals Regarding Meeting, April 27, 1953
18. Neal to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 5, 1953
19. Neal to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, May 13, 1953
Folder 27 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, May 19-December 31, 1953
1. Sterling Neal to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 19, 1953
2. Neal to James Matles Regarding Personal Communication, May 20, 1953
3. Neal to Matles Regarding Finances, July 6, 1953
4. Neal to David Scribner Regarding Forwarded Letter, July 6, 1953
5. Neal to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Publications, July 6, 1953
6. Neal to All Locals Regarding Taft-Hartley, August 21, 1953
7. Neal to All Staff Members Regarding Meeting, October 5, 1953
8. Neal to Matles Regarding Meeting, October 6, 1953
9. Neal to All Presidents Regarding Union Case, October 9, 1953
10. Neal to George Goldstein Regarding Statement, October 21, 1953
11. Neal to Emspak Regarding Union Case, October 22, 1953
12. Neal to Carl Marzani Regarding Union Case, October 30, 1953
13. Neal to Marzani Regarding Union Case, November 4, 1953
14. Neal to All Locals Regarding Publications, November 12, 1953
15. Neal to David Ratner Regarding Publications, December 22, 1953
16. Neal to All Locals Regarding Meeting, December 22, 1953
17. Neal to All Locals Regarding Legislation, December 13, 1953
18. Neal to Fizgerald Regarding Meeting, December 22, 1953
Folder 28 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, January 7, 1954-March 15, 1955
1. Sterling Neal to All Locals Regarding Legislation, January 7, 1954
2. Neal to James Matles Regarding Credentials, January 7, 1954
3-4. Neal to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, January 28, 1954
5. Neal to General Officers Regarding Union Defense Cases, January 29, 1954
6. Neal to Matles Regarding Supplies, February 18, 1954
7. Neal to Matles Regarding Columbus Situation, February 25, 1954
8. Neal to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 25, 1954
9. Neal to Ratner Regarding Finances, February 26, 1954
10. Neal to Matles Regarding Meeting Report, March 23, 1954
11. Neal to Janet Barish Regarding Bonding, May 5, 1954
12. Neal to All Locals Regarding Council Minutes, May 14, 1954
13. Neal to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Bonding, May 26, 1954
14. Neal to Matles Regarding Campaign, June 11, 1954
15. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, June 30, 1954
16. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Reply Request, July 29, 1954
17. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, August 2, 1954
18. Neal to All Locals Regarding Investigation, August 13, 1954
19. Neal to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 20, 1954
20. Neal to Barish Regarding Finances, October 27, 1954
21. Neal to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 17, 1954
22. Neal to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 19, 1954
23. Neal to Barish Regarding Finances, Novembr 24, 1954
24. Neal to Robert Zollinger Regarding Finances, December 15, 1954
25. Neal to Emspak Regarding Materials, January 20, 1955
26. Neal to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 20, 1955
27. Neal to Matles Regarding Travel Plans, January 21, 1955
28. Neal to Emspak Regarding Campaign, January 22, 1955
29. Neal to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 9, 1955
30. Neal to Emspak Regarding Bonding, March 9, 1955
31. Neal to Barish Regarding Finances, March 15, 1955
Folder 29 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, March 25, 1955-September 11, 1956
1. Sterling Neal to James Matles Regarding Finances, March 25, 1955
2. Neal to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 31, 1955
3. Neal to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 1, 1955
4. Neal to Joseph Falis Regarding Strike Finances, June 14, 1955
5. Neal to Emspak Regarding Radio Programs, July 13, 1955
6. Neal to David Ratner Regarding Finances, August 8, 1955
7. Neal to Ratner Regarding Audit, August 15, 1955
8. Neal to Emspak Regarding Strike Finances, August 16, 1955
9. Neal to All Locals Regarding Strike, October 10, 1955
10. Neal to Emspak Regarding Meeting, January 9, 1956
11. Neal to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, January 25, 1956
12. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike Finances, January 31, 1956
13. Neal to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, February 2, 1956
14. Neal to Ratner Regarding Audit, February 21, 1956
15. Neal to All Locals Regarding Conference Documents, February 28, 1956
16. Neal to Emspak Regarding Bonds, March 9, 1955
17. Neal to Emspak Regarding Publications, April 13, 1956
18. Neal to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 24, 1956
19. Neal to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, September 6, 1956
20. Neal to Ratner Regarding Finances, September 11, 1956
21. Neal to Attorney General Regarding Subpoena
22. Neal to Matles Regarding Election
23. Neal to Matles Regarding Hearing
24. Neal to Matles Regarding Travel Plans
Folder 30 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, June 8, 1937-January 30, 1954
1. Tom Neil to James Matles Regarding Election, January 21, 1942
2. Neil to Matles Regarding Hearing
3. Richard Nieber to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, August 5, 1941
4. Nieber to Emspak Regarding Local Finances, August 5, 1941
5. Ardith Nye to Matles Regarding Union Organization, October 7, 1942
6. Victor Paschete to Russ Nixon Regarding Meeting, May 24, 1943
7. James Pascoe to Albert Stonkus Regarding Charter, June 8, 1937
8. Pascoe to Stonkus Regarding Conference, June 24, 1937
9. John Paston Letter Regarding Local Business, April 28, 1948
10. Bessie Payne to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, September 12, 1953
11. Joe Persily to Matles Regarding Finances, January 30, 1954
12. Homer Pierce to Emspak Regarding Election, October 26, 1949
13. Bessie Powell to Emspak Regarding Charter, August 3, 1948
14. Powell to David Ratner Regarding Personal Finances, November 15, 1948
15. William Randell to Emspak Regarding Bond, February 17, 1947
16. Randell to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 11, 1947
17. Randell to Albert Fitzgerald Regading Meeting Motion, March 11, 1947
18. Randell to Emspak Regarding Materials, March 4, 1948
19. Randell to Emspak Regarding Council Activities, May 20, 1948
20. Katherine Reamensynder to Ratner Regarding Finances, April 28, 1950
21. George Relfuss to UE News Regarding Mailing List, March 8, 1943
22. Dorthy Roach to Emspak Regarding Meeting Attendance, March 16, 1944
23. Stewart Roberts to Matles Regarding Staff Recommendation, September 10, 1937
24. Marie Reed to Matles Regarding Personal Favor, June 18, 1942
25. Florence Romig to Local Unions Regarding Meeting, June 28, 1951
26. Romig to Committee Members Regarding Meeting, April 22, 1952
27. Romig to All Locals Regarding Meeting Resolution, July 2, 1952
28. P. Rutherford to Emspak Regarding Staff Affairs, March 6, 1944
Folder 31 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, March 20, 1937-August 25, 1948
1. James Sayers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, October 20, 1943
2. Sid Sayers to James Matles Regarding Finances, March 25, 1946
3. Philip Schwaner to Matles Regarding Rally, June 4, 1943
4. Schwaner to Emspak Regarding Rally, June 4, 1943
5. Schwaner to Fitzgerald Regarding Rally, June 4, 1943
6. Martin Schwartz to Officers Regarding Local Affairs, May 25, 1943
7. Walter Scott to Julius Emspak Regarding Charter, March 20, 1937
8. Scott to James Carey Regarding Union Case, May 21, 1937
9. Wendell Sellers to UE News Regarding Mailing Procedures, September 21, 1941
10. William Sentner to Emspak Regarding Conference Results, July 21, 1941
11. Ted Silvey to Emspak Regarding Informative Request, January 13, 1942
12. Joseph Slifko to Emspak Regarding Materials, September 14, 1940
13. Bill Smith to Matles Regarding Finances
14. Edward Smith to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 1, 1940
15. Margret Sonnycalb to Emspak Regarding Staff Affairs, May 26, 1944
16. Waldo Stager to UE Regarding Staff Affairs, May 26, 1944
17. John Stamper to Matles Regarding Materials, August 25, 1948
18. Stamper Letter Regarding Union Membership
19. Coleman Taylor to Emspak Regarding Meeting Results, June 8, 1937
20. Taylor to Albert Stonkus Regarding Conference, June 22, 1937
21. Taylor to Stonkus Regarding Travel Plans, June 26, 1937
22. Taylor to Stonkus Regarding Conference, June 29, 1937
23. Taylor to Exceutive Board Regarding Union Membership, July 16, 1937
Folder 32 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, August 9, 1937-November 11, 1949
1. Coleman Taylor to Julius Emspak Regarding Convention Delegates, August, 9, 1937
2. Taylor to Albert Stonkus Regarding Union Case, August 9, 1937
3. Taylor to Stonkus Regarding Union Case, September 8, 1937
4. Taylor to Financial Secretary Regarding Elections, September 27, 1937
5. John Theil to Philip Murry Regarding Publications, August 19, 1948
6. John Thomas to Emspak Regarding Amalgamation, August 28, 1944
7. Steve Thomas to Emspak Regarding Address Change, August 29, 1941
8. S. Thomas to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Motion, May 19, 1949
9. S. Thomas to Fitzgerald Regarding Statement, November 21, 1949
10. S. Thomas to Emspak Regarding Dayton Conference
11. Margret Toth to James Matles Regarding Organizer Assignment, February 18, 1942
12. Toth to UE Regarding Publications
13. David Turner to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 30, 1940
14. D. Turner Letter Regarding Organizers Assignment, September 27, 1942
15. Leo Turner to Emspak Regarding Local Affairs, October 8, 1943
16. Joseph Vejlupek to Stella Adams Regarding Mailing Procedures, January 16, 1940
17. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 27, 1940
18. Vejlupek to James Carey Regarding Staff Assignments, November 27, 1940
19. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Meeting, November 30, 1940
20. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 3, 1940
21. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Proposition for Council, December 28, 1940
Folder 33 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, February 18-October 27, 1941
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, February 18, 1941
2. Vejlupek to James Matles Regarding Election, March 11, 1941
3. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Credentials, April 1, 1941
4. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Credentials, May 12, 1941
5. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 4, 1941
6. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Strike Situation, June 27, 1941
7. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Strike, June 28, 1941
8. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 30, 1941
9. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Strike Finances, July 5, 1941
10. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, July 12, 1941
11. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Contract, July 16, 1941
12. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, July 23, 1941
13. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Transfer, July 25, 1941
14. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, August 19, 1941
15. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Meeting Report, August 22, 1941
16. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Meeting, August 25, 1941
17. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Conference Report, September 13, 1941
18. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Prospects, September 15, 1941
19. Vejlupek to Matles Rearding Negotiations, September 19, 1941
20. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Address Required, October 4, 1941
21. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Recommendations, October 27, 1941
Folder 34 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, October 30, 1941-June 18, 1942
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Disel-Wemmer Gilbert Corporation Regarding Change of Affiliation, October 30, 1941
2. Vejlupek to James Matles Regarding Forwarded Letters, November 4, 1941
3. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Local Finances, November 1941,
4. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Supplies, December 31, 1941
5. Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, December 31, 1941
6. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Materials, February 20, 1942
7. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Finances, February 27, 1942
8. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Materials, March 27, 1942
9. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Finances, March 27, 1942
10. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Meeting Report, April 17, 1942
11. Vejlupek to All Locals Regarding Council Meeting Minutes, April 21, 1942
12. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Meeting Report and Finances, April 22, 1942
13. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 4, 1942
14. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 9, 1942
15. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Elections, May 23, 1942
16. Vejlupek to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, June 2, 1942
17. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Meeting Report, June 16, 1942
18. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 18, 1942
Folder 35 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, June 2, 1942-August 27, 1943
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 2, 1942
2. Vejlupek to James Matles Regarding Finances, July 10, 1942
3. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 17, 1942
4. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 19, 1942
5. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Meeting, August 27, 1942
6. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Finances, September 2, 1942
7. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 12, 1942
8. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 19, 1942
9. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 27, 1942
10. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Conference, November 11, 1941
11. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Conference, November 25, 1942
12. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Recommendation, November 25, 1942
13. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Materials, December 1, 1942
14. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Contract, March 6, 1943
15. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Staff Transfers, May 12, 1942
16. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Bonding, May 29, 1943
17. Vejlupek to Victor Decavitch Regarding Finances, June 4, 1943
18. Vejlupek to R. Klausner Regarding Finances, June 14, 1943
19. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Finances, July 2, 1943
20. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Materials, July 21, 1943
21. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Local Finances, August 19, 1943
22. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Address Change, August 27, 1943
Folder 36 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, January 5, 1944-September 21, 1945
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Materials, January 5, 1944
2. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Materials, February 3, 1944
3. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Materials, March 1, 1944
4. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 17, 1944
5. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Materials, May 18, 1944
6. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 17, 1944
7. Vejlupek to Fredrick Livingston Regarding Finances, November 9, 1944
8. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Board Members and Addresses, November 14, 1944
9. Vejlupek to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, Novemer 24 1944
10. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Resolutions, February 7, 1947
11. Vejlupek to James McLeash Regarding Requested Information, February 26, 1945
12. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Media Affairs, February 26, 1945
13. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Resolutions, March 15, 1945
14. Vejlupek to Livingston Regarding Address Change, May 25, 1945
15. Vejlupek to Livingston Regarding Staff Finances, May 28, 1945
16. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Media Arrangements, May 31, 1945
17. Vejlupek to Livingston Regarding Supplies, June 21, 1945
18. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Local Finances, July 3, 1945
19. Vejlupek to Livingston Regarding Supplies, July 12, 1945
20. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Local Affairs, July 16, 1945
21. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 21, 1945
22. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Insurance Affairs, August 31, 1945
23. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 21, 1945
Folder 37 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, October 17, 1945-January 25, 1947
1. Joseph Vejlupek to F. Livingston Regarding Supplies, October 17, 1945
2. Vejlupek to All Locals Regarding Materials, October 17, 1945
3. Vejlupek to James Matles Regarding Supplies, November 14, 1945
4. Vejlupek to William Winans Regarding Conference, December 6, 1945
5. Vejlupek to David Ratner Regarding Supplies, January 2, 1946
6. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Conference, January 2, 1946
7. Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Reassignment, January 3, 1946
8. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 16, 1946
9. Vejlupek to Janet Barish Regarding Insurance, January 24, 1946
10. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Supplies, February 27, 1946
11. Vejlupek to All Local Presidents Regarding Conference, March 19, 1946
12. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Finances, March 21, 1946
13. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Credentials, March 29, 1946
14. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Finances, April 1, 1946
15. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Charters, May 24, 1946
16. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Organizational Drive, June 5, 1946
17. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 28, 1946
18. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Insurance, October 10, 1946
19. Vejlupek to Matles Regarding Organizer's Application, November 30, 1946
20. Vejlupek to Members Regarding Holiday Greetings, December 26, 1946
21. Vejlupek to Ben Riskin Regarding Contract, January 15, 1947
22. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Publications, January 25, 1947
Folder 38 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, January 27-November 7, 1947
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Affairs, January 27, 1947
2. Vejlupek to James Carey Regarding Protest Supporting Strikes, March 17, 1947
3. Vejlupek to Phillip Murray Regarding Protest Registration, March 17, 1947
4. Vejlupek to Sam Silverman Regarding Resolution, March 17, 1947
5. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 7, 1947
6. Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Credentials, April 8, 1947
7. Vejlupek to Bill Kahn Regarding Publications, April 16, 1947
8. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Settlements, May 2, 1947
9. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, May 7, 1947
10. Vejlupek to Ray Klausner Regarding Audit, June 18, 1947
11. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Insurance, July 24, 1947
12. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 14, 1947
13. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 7, 1947
14. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 8, 1947
15. Vejlupek to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, October 13, 1947
16-17. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 14, 1947
18. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Insurance, October 20, 1947
19-20. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 28, 1947
21. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Insurance, November 3, 1947
22-23. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 7, 1947
Folder 39 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, November 24, 1947-February 17, 1949
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Publications, November 24, 1947
2. Vejlupek to James Matles Regarding Publications, November 24, 1947
3. Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 24, 1947
4. Vejlupek to David Ratner Regarding Finances, November 25, 1947
5. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 26, 1947
6-7. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 8, 1947
8-10. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 18, 1947
11-12. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 19, 1948
13. Vejlupek to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, March 13, 1948
14. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Finances, June 19, 1948
15. Vejlupek to Barish Regarding Finances, June 24, 1948
16. Vejlupek to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 22, 1948
17. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 11, 1948
18. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 23, 1948
19. Vejlupek to Executive Board Regarding Minutes, December 23, 1948
20. Vejlupek to Matles, et al. Regarding Council Meeting, January 14, 1949
21. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, February 10, 1949
22. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 17, 1949
Folder 40 District 7 Outgoing Correspondence, October 12, 1937-November 8, 1955
1. Joseph Vejlupek to Philip Murray Regarding Raid on Local, April 27, 1949
2. Vejlupek to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Assignment, July 12, 1949
3. Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, August 26, 1949
4. Vejlupek to All Locals Regarding Meeting, October 7, 1949
5. Vejlupek to Leo Jandreau Regarding Finances, October 14, 1949
6. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 31, 1949
7. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, November 15, 1940
8. Vejlupek to James Matles Regarding Election
9. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Resolution of Executive Board
10. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Strike Vote
11. Eddie Vik to Matles Regarding Executive Board Proposal
12. Jo Vogelsang to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, December 31, 1947
13. Vejlupek to Paula Fisher Regarding Travel Plans, December 31, 1947
14. Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, December 31, 1947
15. Vejlupek to M.J. Vogelsang Regarding Personal Finances, December 20, 1946
16. Lilian Wade to UE Regarding Finances, March 23, 1947
17. Ms Webster to Emspak Regarding Insurance, August 1, 1944
18. W. Wellemyer to Matles Regarding Organizing Plans, October 12, 1937
19. LaVerne Wilson to Emspak Regarding Libel Action, October 18, 1944
20. Martin Young to UE Regarding Materials, August 27, 1943
21. Secretary to General President Regarding Letter Acknowledgement, April 8, 1949
22. Unsigned Letter to All Locals Regarding Labor Relations Board, November 8, 1955
23. Unsigned Letter to Switchboard Operator Regarding Change of Phones, November 8, 1955
24. UE to Executive Board Regarding Publications
25. Unsigned Letter to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 3, 1937
26. Unsigned Letter to Mass & Arnold Regarding Media Broadcast, February 11, 1938
Folder 41 District 7 Correspondence, January 3, 1946-November 29, 1946
Folder 42 District 7 Legal Correspondence, January 19-December 29, 1947
Folder 43 District 7 Correspondence, February 9-December 29, 1948
Folder 44 District 7 Correspondence, 1949
Folder 45 District 7 Correspondence, 1942-1945
Folder 46 District 7 Correspondence, March 5, 1980-December 30, 1990
Folder 47 District 7 Correspondence, January 30-February 18, 1953
Folder 48 District 7 Temporary Organization and District Arrangements, September 21, 1983-July 12, 1984
Folder 49 District 7 President Richard Niebur Correspondence, 1965-1967
Folder 50 District 7 President Pearl Jividen, District Council, 1977
Folder 51 District 7 Correspondence, 1985-1994
Folder 52 District 7 Correspondence and Notes, May 17, 1996-January 6, 1997
Folder 53 District 7 Mimeographed Material, March 3, 1987-March 23, 1989
Folder 54 District 7 Financial Monthly Reports, December 7, 1943-June 20, 1945
Folder 55 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, November 12-April 21, 1950
Folder 56 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, April 21-June 14, 1950
Folder 57 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, June 17-June 28, 1950
Folder 58 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, July 28-September 30, 1950
Folder 59 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, September 22-November 8, 1950
Folder 60 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, November 8-December 5, 1950

Box 3
Folder 1 District 7 Financial Per Capita Reports, December 5, 1950-January 8, 1951
Folder 2 District 7 Financial Pay Vouchers, November 8, 1949-February 11, 1950
Folder 3 District 7 Financial Pay Vouchers, December 13-20, 1949
Folder 4 District 7 Financial Pay Vouchers
Folder 5 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, December 12-26, 1940
Folder 6 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, July 10-29, 1941
Folder 7 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, July 29-August 19, 1941
Folder 8 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, August 22-September 19, 1941
Folder 9 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, October 6-28, 1941
Folder 10 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, November 18-December 1, 1941
Folder 11 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, December 5, 1941-April 14, 1944
Folder 12 District 7 Financial Salary Expense Letters, April 28, 1944-June 14, 1945
Folder 13 District 7 Financial Bonding, June 13, 1941-June 19, 1942
Folder 14 District 7 Staff Financial Expenses Sheets, February 20, 1943-March 8, 1956
Folder 15 District 7 Financial Statements, November 1937-December 1955
Folder 16 District 7 Finances, Organizational Expenses
1-8. Louisville Organizational Expense
9. Louisville Election Campaign
10-13. Louisville Campaign
14. Louisville Expense Advances
Folder 17 District 7 Financial Receipts, May 9, 1942-May 23, 1952
Folder 18 District 7 Finances, March 1, 1947-April 27, 1956
Folder 19 District 7 Voting and Correspondence, August 25, 1994-April 15, 1996
Folder 20 District 7 United Independent Unions and Federation of Independent Unions Financial Information, 1994-1996
Folder 21 District 7 Laborers' International Union of North America, December 31, 1995-August 12, 1996
Folder 22 District 7 National Federation of Independent Unions and Laborers' International Union of North America Campaign Materials, March 1-June 17, 1996
Folder 23 District 7 Dayton Political Action, January 5-December 4, 1941
1. Ohio Legislative Program to Montgomery County Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, January 5, 1941
2. Vocation Education, January 1941
3. Report to Political Action Conference, March 1941
4. Proposed Stewards Program, December 1941
Folder 24 District 7 Correspondence, July 1937-April 1938
Folder 25 District 7 Correspondence, May 8, 1973-December 26, 1979
Folder 26 District 7 Correspondence, September 24, 1965-April 19, 1972
Folder 27 District 7 Financial Correspondence, September 20, 1968-June 9, 1977
Folder 28 District 7 Wayne Metal Campaign, 1972
Folder 29 District 7 Legislative Committee and Political Action, May 9, 1967-December 12, 1978
Folder 30 District 7 Canton Westinghouse Organization, January-December 1941
1. Fred Haug to James Matles, November 18, 1941
2. Wages, November 1941
3. Training Program, November 1941
4. Thomas Neill to Matles with International Association of Machinists Leaflets, January 26, 1942
5. Department Breakdown, April 1942
6. Henry Fiering to Matles with Neill Letter to National Labor Relations Board and Brief, November 21, 1941
Folder 31 District 7 Staff Finances, March-October 1944
1. Note, March 1944
2. Fred Haug to All Staff Members
3. Haug to Julius Emspak, September 11, 1944
4. Haug to Emspak, October 24, 1944
Folder 32 District 7 Dayton Staff Meeting Minutes, January 10-24, 1945
Folder 33 District 7 Staff Meeting Minutes, April 10, 1944-March 7, 1947
Folder 34 District 7 Staff Meeting Minutes, May 17, 1947
Folder 35 District 7 Frigidaire Grievance Procedure, February 6-8, 1945
1. R.E. Witherby to Lem Markland, February 6, 1945
2. Markland to All Shop Committee Chairmen, February 8, 1945
Folder 36 District 7 Staff Assignments, February 20-October 1, 1945
Folder 37 District 7 Ohio Westinghouse Conference Board, July 27, 1946-June 28, 1947
1. Minutes with Mansfeild Contract Supplements, July 27, 1946
2. Minutes, August 17, 1946
3. Herbert Hirshberg to Westinghouse Local Presidents, October 2, 1946
4. Minutes, October 19, 1946
5. Minutes, January 27, 1947
6. Minutes, June 28, 1947
Folder 38 District 7 Ohio Westinghouse Confernece Board Minutes, August 16-November 29, 1947
Folder 39 District 7 Cleveland UE Council, May 5-June 23, 1947
1. William Randell to Albert Fitzgerald
2. Minutes, May 5, 1947
3. Minutes, June 23, 1947
4. Fred Haug to All Cleveland UE Locals
Folder 40 District 7 Cleveland Council Meetings and Mimeographs, 1965-1967
Folder 41 District 7 Cleveland Staff Meeting Minutes, May 29-June 7, 1947
Folder 42 District 7 Slusser-McLean Decertification, October 4-8, 1947
1. Robert Bertsch to National Labor Relations Board, October 4, 1947
2. Bertsch Letter, October 6, 1947
3. Bertsch to UE Regarding Local 1776, October 8, 1947
Folder 43 District 7 Wage Committe Minutes, February 10-April 18, 1948
Folder 44 District 7 Lexington General Electric Charter, September 7-October 15, 1948
1. Herbert Hirshbert to Julius Emspak, September 7, 1948
2. Emspak to Hirshberg, September 23, 1938
3. Emspak to Hirshberg, October 15, 1948
Folder 45 District 7 Ohio Kentucky Conference Board Minutes, August 27-September 10, 1950
Folder 46 District 7 Ohio Kentucky Confernence Board, September-December 1950
1. Rules, September 1950
2. Minutes, October 1950
3. Herbert Hirshberg to Julius Emspak, November 2, 1950
4. Report, November 15, 1950
5. Minutes, December 17, 1950
Folder 47 District 7 Johnson Peace Resolution, May 17-23, 1951
1. Resolution, May 17, 1951
2. Carl Stellato to Edwin Johnson, May 23, 1951
Folder 48 District 7 Defense Case Information
1. Lee Lundgren
2-5. Robert Harrison
6-10. Hyman Lumer
Folder 49 District 7 Correspondence and Reports, 1936-1940
1. W.E. Scott Report, 1936
2. K.M. Kirkendall to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization at Harris-Seybold-Potter, June 2, 1937
3. Kirkendall to James Carey Regarding Organization at Crosely Radio, June 24, 1937
4. Program For Organization, July 26, 1937
5. Changes in Secretaries, August 9, 1937
6. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 12, 1937
7-8. Kirkendall to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 14, 1937
9. District Meeting Minutes, October 9, 1937
10. Proposed Shop Steward Plan with Grievance Statement, October 1937
11. Proposed Article of Amalgamation in Cleveland Area, January 1938
12. Minutes of Special Joint Executive Board, January 17, 1938
13. Special Bulletin Regarding Cleveland Congress of Industrial Organizations and Housing, February 1, 1938
14. Statement Regarding John L. Lewis, November 1940
Folder 50 District 7 Reports, February 9, 1941-July 3, 1942
1. Report on Ohio, February 9, 1941
2. The Machine Tool, April 1941
3. John Steelman Telegraph to James Matles Regarding Ohio Brass, June 22, 1941
4. Priorities Conference, November 8, 1941
5. Special War Production Conference, July 3, 1942
Folder 51 District 7 Minutes and Correspondence, April 26-May 10, 1943
1. Lima Works Production Council Minutes, April 26, 1943
2. Ed Matthews to Neil Brant Regarding Canton Westinghouse, May 10, 1943
Folder 52-53 District 7 Delegation to Washington, June 30, 1943
Folder 54 District 7 Minutes and Correspondence, July 20, 1943-October 30, 1946
1. William Steyer to Nelle Ledeinar Regarding Labor Fortoria, July 20, 1943
2. Michael Fitzpatrick to Hugh Fillerton Regarding Foreign Policy, July 26, 1943
3. Leo Turner to Julius Emspak, October 21, 1943
4. Staff Meeting Minutes, December 11, 1943
5. Robert LeMasters to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Council and Warren, November 24, 1943
6. Turner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 23, 1943
7. LeMasters to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Council and Warren, January 10, 1944
8. Wage Control Board Case Regarding Mansfeild Westinghouse, April 1, 1944
9. Organizational Status, May 2, 1944
10. Speech Regarding Production, 1954
11. Thomas McCaffery to James Matles Regarding Strikes with Resolution, April 25, 1946
12. Henry Fiering to Matles Regarding Hoffman Organization, May 13, 1946
13. Matles to Herbert Hirshberg, June 27, 1946
14. Tiffin Staff Meeting Minutes, October 30, 1946
Folder 55 District 7 Correspondence and Minutes, February 18-December 14, 1947
1. Amalgamated Local Conference Minutes, February 18, 1947
2. Reuban Harper to Philip Murray, March 6, 1947
3. Morris Pizer to James Matles Regarding Hill Casket and United Furniture Workers, June 25, 1947
4. Trumbull County UE Council, October 18, 1947
5. District Political Action Committee Conference, December 14, 1947
Folder 56 District 7 Electric Motors Industry Conference, January 18, 1948
Folder 57 District 7 Ohio Political Action Committee Resolution, 1948
Folder 58 District 7 Machine Tool Industry Conference, January 24, 1948
Folder 59 District 7 Reports and Correspondence, February 1, 1948-April 15, 1949
1. Union Label Legionnaires Conference, February 1, 1948
2. Cleveland Congress of Industrial Organizations Statement, February 11, 1948
3. Ohio Westinghouse Board Minutes with Lima CIO Resolution, April 10, 1948
4. Herbert Hirshberg to Paul Miley Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 20, 1948
5. Robert LeMaster to Julius Emspak Regarding Publicity and Trumbull County, May 13, 1948
6. Ray Marks Letter Regarding Strikes and Univis Lens, June 4, 1948
7. "The Great Swindle," 1948
8. Fred Haug to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 15, 1949
9. LeMaster to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Rally, March 3, 1949
10. Report of Activities and Northern District, April 15, 1949
Folder 60 District 7 Statements and Correspondence, June 7-November 16, 1949
1. Radio Script Regarding Wages, June 7, 1949
2. GM Conference Minutes with Singer Strike Resolution, Escalator Chause Resolution and Negotiations at General Electric and Westinghouse, August 13, 1949
3. District 7 Constitution Exemption, October 1949
4. Local 776 Statement Regarding Factionalism, November 1949
5. Herbert Hirshberg to James Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 16, 1949
Folder 61 District 7 Minutes and Correspondence, December 4, 1949-January 14, 1951
1. District 7 Conference Minutes, December 4, 1949
2. Herbert Hirshberg to All Locals Regarding Ohio Locals Conference, March 13, 1950
3. Hirshberg to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita with Hirshberg Letter, March 16, 1950
4. David Ratner to Ethel Winters Regarding Staff Finances, May 24, 1950
5. Staff Meeting Minutes, June 24, 1950
6. Hirshberg to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding 1950 UE Convention, September 1, 1950
7. Dues Cards Status with Cards, 1949
8. Per Capita, 1950
9. Ohio General Electric Conference Board Minutes, January 14, 1951
10. Factual Material on Smith Act with Sterling Neal Letter to All Local Union Presidents, June 25, 1951
Folder 62 District 7 Maps of Ohio, 1942-1943
Folder 63 District 7 Minutes and Correspondence, June 25, 1951-October 20, 1953
1. D.W. Carlton to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, November 15, 1951
2. Art to Jim, December 31, 1951
3. Bruce Stern to David Ratner, September 10, 1952
4. James Matles to International Representatives Regarding Anti-Communism and Hupman-Lohman Case, November 22, 1952
5. District 7 Southern Stewards Conference Minutes, March 8, 1953
6. District 7 Northern Stewards Conference Minutes, March 15, 1953
7. Staff Meeting Memo, May 20, 1953
8. Sterling Neal Statement Regarding Farming, October 20, 1953
Folder 64 District 7 Correspondence, January 1954-February 1955
1. Charles Steiner to James Matles Regarding Per Capita January 28, 1954
2. Rosemary King to Matles Inter-union Rivalry January 29, 1954
3. Julius Emspak Memo to Matles Regarding Louisville International Harvester Strike, February 3, 1954
4. Steiner to Matles Regarding GHR, February 11, 1954
5. Summary of Stewards Conference, February 1955
Folder 65 District 7 Laborers' International Union of North America Pensions and Benefits
Folder 66 District 7 Correspondence, January 14, 1969-October 19, 1975
Folder 67 District 7 Richard Niebur, December 27, 1967-October 20, 1979
Folder 68 District 7 Statements
1. Cleveland UE Council
2. Unions at Union Carbine Conference
3. Agreement Regarding Finances
4. "Company Unionism" Regarding Factionalism
5. George DeNucci to Julius Emspak Regarding Ohio Congress of Industrial Organizations Convention
6. Statement Regarding Factionalism
7. District 7 Report Regarding Fair Employee Practices Commission
8. District 7 Locals and Officers
9. Local List
10. Leaflet Regarding Smith Act
11. Organizational Perspective for Organizing Drive
12. Fred Haug Statement Regarding Organization Wages
13. Petition for Labor Unity
14. Bob Ober to All Dayton UE Locals
Folder 69 District 7 Information
1. Of Order Rules
2. Local Officers List
3. Unorganized Plants in Cleveland Area
4. Cleveland Staff Meeting
Folder 70 District 7 Dayton Union News, November 1939-January 1941
Folder 71 District 7 Dayton Union News, January 16-May 7, 1941
Folder 72 District 7 Dayton Union News, June 18-October 29, 1941
Folder 73 District 7 Dayton Union News, December 8, 1941-January 21, 1942
Folder 74 District 7 UE Information Bulletin, November 14-December 27, 1949

Box 4
Folder 1 District 7 UE Legislative Memorandum, March 4-June 17, 1955
Folder 2 District 7 Stewards Bulletin, December 1948-August 1952
Folder 3 District 7 Defense Bulletin, March 14-April 23, 1952
Folder 4 District 7 Newspapers, June 1942-July 1953
1. CIO News of Richland County, June 24, 1942
2. Police, July 1943
3. Facts and Trends, January 8, 1948
4. The Union Bee, February 1948
5. UE District 7 News, July 1953
Folder 5 District 7 Pamphlets, 1941-1947
1. Dayton Union Institute, 1941
2. Introducing the United Steelworkers of America, 1942
3. William Bentley to Brother Regarding Westinghouse Canton Organization, May 18, 1942
4. We Fought for Our Union Regarding Strike, 1947
Folder 6 District 7 Pamphlets, UE Membership Activities, September 1948
Folder 7 District 7 Pamphlets, Motors and Cine Materials Conference, April 2, 1948
Folder 8 District 7 Pamphlets, Motors and Cine Materials Conference, March 27, 1949
Folder 9 District 7 Pamphlets, Womens Conference, February 5, 1949
Folder 10 District 7 Pamphlets, 1949-1950
1. Farm Equipment Harvester Man Jailed to Appease Murray-Reuther, 1949
2. Report of 1949 Convention
3. The Proof Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, 1950
Folder 11 District 7 Pamphlets, Auto Rank and File Hail Regarding John L. Lewis, 1951
Folder 12 District 7 Pamphlets, Everywhere We Went Regarding European Labor, 1951
Folder 13 District 7 Pamphlets, 1952-1953
1. The Crime of International Harvester Regarding Racism, 1952
2. A Legislative Program, January 1953
3. Organizational Report, July 18, 1953
Folder 14 District 7 Pamphlets, 1953-1956
1. Labor Beware Regarding Butler Bill, 1953
2. Taft-Hartley Suffers Defeat in Ohio, 1953
3. The Harvester Layoff and Your Community, 1954
4. Browell's Answer to Unemployment, 1954
5. Fair Employee Practices Commission Supports Rally at Columbus, 1955
6. Minimum Contract Standards For 1956, 1956
Folder 15 District 7 Pamphlets, 1956
1. Stewards Manual, February 1956
2. UE District 7 Observes Negro History Week, 1956
Folder 16 District 7 Pamphlets
1. Yes It's True Regarding Inflation
2. Who Gets The Dough Regarding Inflation
3. Do You Earn Enough Regarding Inflation
4. This Man Must Be Freed Regarding Ward Case
5. Poison Information For Americans Regarding Red-baiting
6. Some Facts On the Victims Regarding Deportations
7. The Story of Police Regarding Red-bating
8. Speed-up
Folder 17 District 7 Leaflets, 1937-1949
1. "Electric Vaccum Cleaner Company" Regarding Collective Barganing, March 20, 1937
2. "Here's Your Opportunity" Regarding Canton Westinghouse Organization, November 1941
3. "UE-Congress of Industrial Organizations All Out for National Defense" Regarding Canton Westinghouse Organization, 1941
4. "1.00 A Day Raise" Regarding Canton Westinghouse Organization, April 1942
5. "Lets Really Organize" Regarding Canton Westinghouse Organization, 1942
6. "UE Petitions for Election at Canton Westinghouse Plant", March 5, 1942
7. "A for Americanism" Regarding Production, 1942
8. "Don't Gamble With Beginners" Regarding Canton Westinghouse Organization, 1942
9. "Deadlock" Regarding Canton Westinghouse and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, 1942
10. "Ballots Are Bullets" Regarding Political Action, 1942
11. "Emergency For America" Regarding Political Action, 1942
12. "Elect for Victory" Regarding Political Action, 1942
13. Bill Bentley to Brother Regarding Canton Westinghouse Organization, 1942
14. "Wait! No Vacation?" Regarding Wages, July 1943
15. "Westinghouse Workers" Regarding Wages, 1947
16. "Goodbye Forever" Regarding CIO Inter-union Rivalry, August 13, 1948
17. "It Must Not Happen Here" Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
18. "UE Files Affidavits" Regarding Taft-Hartley Act, November 14, 1949
19. "UE or Company Unionism," 1949
Folder 18 District 7 Leaflets, 1950-1955
1. "Officers Bulletin" Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 12, 1950
2. "Subversion in Toledo" Regarding Anti-Communism, May 1951
3. "146 Years & And Deady Yet" Regarding Anti-Communism, 1952
4. "Is Your Boy America's Only Answer to Korea", 1952
5. "Stop Thief!" Regarding Taxation, November 1953
6. "United We Stand" Regarding International Harvester Collective Bargaining, July 6, 1953
7. "We're Moving" Regarding Address Change, January 1953
8. "Immediate Action Needed" Regarding Political Action, 1954
9. "Greetings" Regarding Political Action, 1954
10. "The Announced Merger" Regarding American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, April 4, 1955
11. "Immediate Action Needed" Regarding Strike and Political Action, 1955
12. "Strikebreakers" Regarding Subversive Activities Control Board, 1955
13. "Announced Their Removal" Regarding Address Change
14. "We Believe in Collective Barganing for Peace" Regarding Foreign Policy
15. "Keep Rent Control"
16. "The Record of John Dillon of 425 at Ford Instrument" Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry
17. Memo Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry
18. Facts Regarding International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry
19. UE-CIO Petitions for National Labor Relations Board Election Regarding Westinghouse and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry
Folder 19 District 7 Leaflets
1. "Keep Your Eye on the Ball!" Regarding Political Action
2. "Bananas" Regarding Organization
3. District 7 Leadership Training School
4. "Rules for Elections" Regarding District Officers
Folder 20 District 7 Press Releases, 1943-1955
1. Regarding Political Action, July 1943
2. Regarding McCarran Committee, October 20, 1952
3. Regarding Hupman Trial, August 21, 1953
4. Regarding Farm Prices, October 20, 1953
5. Regarding Local 762 with Sterling Neal Letter to William O'Neal, June 14, 1955
Folder 21 District 7 Radio Script Regarding Wages, May 23, 1949
Folder 22 District 7 Newspaper Clippings, May 19, 1937-July 19, 1949
1. "Mind and Muscle," Dayton News, May 19, 1937
2. "Politics and Labor," Dayton Herald, May 19, 1937
3. "CIO Starts Beat the Schedule Program," Dayton News, 1942
4. "Workers Protest to FDR," Dayton Herald, October 19, 1944
5. "CIO Leader Condemms Labor Bills," Cincinatti Times Star, February 27, 1947
6. "WH Says AFL Crippling Firm," Cleveland Press, February 25, 1947
7. Reprint of Articles from Cleveland Press and Cleveland News, September 1948
8. "CIO May Purge Left Wingers in 8 Unions Here," The Cincinatti Post, August 22, 1949
9. "Communist Charges are Hurled at Meeting of UE's Union," Cincinnati Times, AUgust 22, 1949
10. "CIO House Cleaning of Radicals Looms," Cincinnati Enquier, August 22, 1949
11. "UE Leaders to Sign Up," Dayton Daily News, August 20, 1949
12. July 19, 1949
Folder 23 District 7 Newspaper Clippings, December 16, 1949-October 5, 1950
1. "Yes We're Going to the FE Christmas Party," The Jeffersonian, December 16, 1949
2. "Decavitch UE Membership and Official," Lock Haven Express, October 5, 1950
Folder 24 District 7 Officers Reports, 1943-1949
Folder 25 District 7 Officers Reports, 1951-1954

Subseries 2. District 7 Locals

Section: Local 701

Folder 26 Local 701 Contracts, 1947
Folder 27 Local 701 Officers Lists, February 1942-December 1949
Folder 28 Local 701 Membership Lists, 1947
Folder 29 Local 701 Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939-June 21, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Rieman Schneider Regarding Finances, September 21, 1939
2. Emspak to Margaret Gillingham Regarding Constitution, January 15, 1942
3. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Supplies, January 23, 1942
4. Emspak to Dell Sartor Regarding Local 701 Constitution, March 11, 1942
5. Emspak to Sartor Regarding Constitution and Local 701, April 8, 1942
6. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Unemployment and Dues, June 25, 1942
7. Emspak to Drayton Bickley Regarding Property, June 24, 1945
8. Emspak to Dora Cluckey Regarding Veterans and Dues, August 30, 1945
9. Emspak to Cluckey Regarding Unemployment, September 12, 1945
10. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Dues, January 22, 1946
11. Emspak to Louise Brogle Regarding Local 701 Simplex Contracts, June 21, 1949
12. Arthur Kinoy to Gillingham Regarding Employment, June 28, 1948
13-14. James Matles to Sartor Regarding Local 701 Simplex Contract, May 6, 1942
15. Matles to Helen Plue Regardng Separate Charter, August 24, 1943
16. Matles to Gillingham Regarding Organization, April 4, 1946
17. Matles to Gillingham Regarding Seniority and Women, September 3, 1947
18. Ben Risken to Gillingham Regarding Coordinated Bargaining and Philco, August 4, 1948
Folder 30 Local 701 Outgoing Correspondence, January 9, 1942-May 27, 1950
1. Drayton Bickley to Julius Emspak Regarding Property, July 3, 1945
2. Louise Brogle to Emspak Regarding Philco Contracts, June 7, 1949
3. Dora Cluckey to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Veterans Dues, August 28, 1945
4. Cluckey to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, August 30, 1945
5. Cluckey to Emspak Regarding Membership, October 18, 1946
6. Margaret Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Officers and Local 701, January 9, 1942
7. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Constitution, January 22, 1942
8. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, May 1942
9. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Assessments, January 20, 1946
10. Gillingham to James Matles Regarding Organization and Foreman, April 1, 1946
11. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Radio Conference and Factionalism, April 2, 1947
12. Gillingham to Matles Regarding Senority and Women, July 25, 1947
13. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Local 701 Factionalism and Negotiations, April 16, 1948
14. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 28, 1948
15. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Employment, July 9, 1948
16. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Wages and Coordinated Bargaining, July 14, 1948
17. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, May 27, 1950
Folder 31 Local 701 Outging Correspondence, October 19, 1940-November 27, 1949
1. William Ellsworth Platte to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 18, 1944
2. Helen Plue to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 1942
3. Plue to James Matles Regarding Separate Charter, August 28, 1943
4. Ed Rice to Matles Regarding Local 701 Strikes, October 16, 1941
5. Fred Riemenschneider to Emspak Regarding UE News, October 19, 1940
6. Dell Sartor to Joseph Center Regarding Radio Conference, January 24, 1942
7. Sartor to Emspak Regarding Local 701 Officers
8. Sartor to Matles Regarding Contracts, April 1, 1942
9. Sartor to Matles Regarding Contracts, April 27, 1942
10. Winona Sils to Emspak Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, November 27, 1949
Folder 32 Local 701 Finances, 1939-1948
1. Stamps, August 14, 1939
2. Financial Report, 1948
Folder 33 Local 701 Sandusky Simplex, April 21, 1936-August 4, 1938
Folder 34 Local 701 Sandusky Simplex, 1936-1937
Folder 35 Local 701 African American Workers and Separate Charter, July 14-September 20, 1943
1. Leo Turner to James Matles, July 14, 1943
2. Matles to Turner, August 11, 1943
3. Turner to Matles with Petition, August 17, 1943
4. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, September 20, 1943
Folder 36 Local 701 Unemployed Members, December 25-27, 1946
1. Richard Niebur to Albert Fitzgerald, December 25, 1946
2. Fitzgerald to Nieber, December 27, 1946
Folder 37 Local 701 IUE Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
1. Joseph Persily to Julius Emspak, November 16, 1949
2. Common Pleas Court Brief, November 21, 1949
3. Persily to Herbert Hirshberg, November 30, 1949
4. Hirshberg to Philco, 1949
Folder 38 Local 701 Correspondence, October 16, 1941-September 2, 1947
1. Alexander Adie to James Matles Regarding Local 701 Strike, October 16, 1941
2. Victor Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Officers, January 16, 1942
3. Picnic Committee, August 14, 1942
4. Nat Spero Memo to Matles Regarding Senority and Women, September 2, 1947
Folder 39 Local 701 Publications, December 13, 1941-October, 9 1942
1. Christmas Dance Leaflet, December 13, 1941
2. Army-Navy Production Award Pamphlet with Ticket, October 9, 1942

Section: Local 702

Folder 40 Local 702 Officers Lists, January 4, 1941-October 5, 1949
Folder 41 Local 702 Constitution, May 24, 1946
Folder 42 Local 702 Incoming Correspondence, March 25, 1941-February 7, 1949
1. Fredrick Bullen to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding War Labor Board, May 15, 1943
2. James Carey to Joseph Bush Regarding Factionalism, February 7, 1949
3. Julius Emspak to Joseph Slifko Regarding Marriage, November 7, 1941
4. Emspak to Eddie Vik Regarding Dues, April 14, 1942
5. Emspak to Vik Regarding Dues, July 21, 1942
6. Emspak to Vik Regarding Officers, January 19, 1943
7. Emspak to Margaret Cunningham Regarding Dues and Unemployment, February 6, 1945
8. Emspak to Linnea Lohrey Regarding Finances, May 1, 1945
9. Emspak to Hugh Owens Regarding Veterans and Dues, November 28, 1945
10. Emspak to Mary Crucknol Regarding Officers, April 23, 1947
11. Emspak to Crucknol Regarding Officers, May 22, 1947
12. Emspak to Bush Regarding Per Capita, February 3, 1948
13. Albert Fitzgerald to Allan Gebbie Regarding Local 702 Executive Board, March 28, 1942
14. James Matles to Gebbie Regarding National Carbon Organization, March 25, 1941
15. Matles to George Sabol Regarding National Carbon Plant Organization, July 25, 1941
16. Matles to Sabol Regarding National Carbon Organization, August 20, 1941
17. Matles to Gebbie Regarding National Carbon Organization, December 10, 1941
18. Matles to Gebbie Regarding Contracts, January 31, 1942
19. Matles to Gebbie Regarding War Labor Board, April 21, 1942
20. Matles to Vik Regarding Factionalism, April 28, 1942
21. Matles to Vik Regarding Factionalism, May 19, 1941
22. Matles to Vik Regarding Factionalism and National Carbon Organization, June 18, 1942
Folder 43 Local 702 Incoming Correspondence, July 6, 1942-February 9, 1949
1. James Matles to Eddie Vik Regarding War Labor Board, July 6, 1942
2. Matles to Allan Gebbie Regarding Overtime, August 7, 1942
3. Matles to Margaret Cunningham Regarding Overtime and Vacation, May 27, 1943
4. Matles to Gebbie Regarding National Carbon Organization, August 23, 1943
5. Matles to Gebbie Regarding Winston Salem National Carbon Plant Organization, August 23, 1943
6. Matles to Joseph Bush Regarding Vermont and Iowa National Carbon Plant Organization, February 9, 1949
Folder 44 Local 702 Outgoing Correspondence, January 29, 1943-March 10, 1949
1. Joseph Bush to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 30, 1948
2. Bush to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 12, 1948
3. Bush to Emspak Regarding Mailing Address, February 17, 1948
4. Bush to Charles Kersten Regarding Anti-Communism, September 27, 1948
5. Bush to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations and Southern Organization, February 1, 1949
6. Bush to James Carey Regarding Southern Organizing and CIO, February 1, 1949
7. Bush to James Matles Regarding Runaway Shops, February 1, 1949
8. Bush to Carey Regarding Factionalism and CIO, March 10, 1949
9. Mary Crucknol to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, December 15, 1946
10. Crucknol to Emspak Regarding Local 702 and Strikes, May 22, 1947
11. Crucknol to James Brynes Regarding Overtime and Office of Economics, April 24, 1943
12. Crucknol to Matles Regarding Vacation, May 21, 1943
13. Crucknol to UE Regarding Address Change, June 29, 1943
14. Crucknol to Emspak Regarding Dues, Check-off and Unemployment, February 1, 1945
15. John Hudak to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 29, 1943
Folder 45 Local 702 Outgoing Correspondence, March 11, 1941-January 9, 1948
1. A.S. Gebbie to James Matles Regarding National Carbon Organization, March 11, 1941
2. Gebbie to Matles Regarding Collective Barganing, August 15, 1941
3. Gebbie to Matles Regarding National Carbon Organization, December 3, 1941
4. Gebbie to Matles Regarding Employment, December 6, 1941
5. Gebbie to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding National Carbon Organization, March 23, 1942
6. Gebbie to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies and War Production, April 18, 1942
7. Gebbie to Matles Regarding Runaway Shops, May 19, 1943
8. Gebbie to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, April 21, 1942
9. Gebbie to Matles Regarding Runaway Shops, June 26, 1943
10. Gebbie to Matles Regarding Women and Hours, August 3, 1943
11. Gebbie to Matles Regarding North Carolina Organization, August 19, 1943
12. Malcolm MacIver to Political Action Committee Regarding PAC, October 31, 1946
13. A. Viccarone to UE Regarding Finances, January 9, 1948
14. Eddie Vik to Matles Regarding National Carbon Organization, April 18, 1942
15. Vik to Matles Regarding National Carbon Organization, May 2, 1942
16. Vik to Matles Regarding National Carbon Organization, May 27, 1942
17. Vik to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, June 16, 1942
18. Vik to Matles Regarding Wages, June 25, 1942
19. Vikto Emspak Regarding Local 702 and Officers, January 5, 1943
20. Joseph Vejlupek to Fitzgerald Regarding WLB, November 15, 1943
Folder 46 Local 702 Cleveland National Carbon Company, February 29, 1936-December 31, 1937
Folder 47 Local 702 Cleveland National Carbon, July 1, 1936-August 9, 1938
Folder 48 Local 702 Wages and Overtime, April 20, 1942-November 19, 1943
1. Stella Memo to Gus, April 20, 1942
2. James Matles to Russ Nixon, April 20, 1942
3. A.W. Vaughan to All Hourly Payroll Employees, June 12, 1942
4. Lewis Gill to James Carey, July 4, 1942
5. Matles to Victor Decavitch, August 7, 1942
6. Neil Brant to Henry Fiering, December 11, 1942
7. Interruption of Production, December 21, 1942
8. Frederick Bullen to Albert Fitzgerald, May 12, 1943
9. Virgil Carnell to Joseph Vejlupek, August 12, 1943
10. Fitzgerald to Brant, November 16, 1943
11. Frances Saylor to Vejlupek, November 19, 1943
Folder 49 Local 702 Reports, July 15, 1942, November 4, 1945
1. District Per Capita, July 15, 1942
2. Conference of Congress of Industrial Organizations and Independent Local Unions from Union Carbine and Carbon Corporation Plants, November 4, 1945
Folder 50 Local 702 Newspaper Clippings, "The Beacon" in Cleveland Union Leader, April 17-24, 1942

Section: Local 703

Folder 51 Local 703 Constitution
Folder 52 Local 703 Constitution, December 21, 1942-October 17, 1955
Folder 53 Local 703 Officers Lists, July 15, 1941-May 10, 1956
Folder 54 Local 703 Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939-December 5, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Lyons Regarding Supplies, September 21, 1939
2. Emspak to John Horvath Regarding Local Constitution, November 4, 1941
3. Emspak to Horvath Regarding Strike Finances, March 2, 1942
4. Emspak to Carl Bennett Regarding Materials, October 9, 1942
5. Emspak to Bennett Regarding Materials, April 29, 1943
6. Emspak to Bennett Regarding Work Stoppage, May 25, 1943
7. Emspak to Lyons Regarding Message Referral, March 25, 1944
8. Emspak to J. Patton Regarding Local Dispute, November 27, 1945
9. Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Strike Vote, November 27, 1945
10. Emspak to Ray Wirth Regarding Finances, January 27, 1946
11. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, January 18, 1946
12. Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg Regarding Local Affairs, February 1, 1946
13. Emspak to Lyons Regarding Election, February 1, 1946
14. Emspak to Paul Mavrides Regarding Local Affairs, February 6, 1946
15. Emspak to Patton Regarding Strike Finances, June 7, 1946
16. Emspak to Patton Regarding Strike Finances, June 17, 1946
17. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, June 17, 1946
18. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, July 2, 1946
19. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, July 11, 1946
20. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, July 24, 1946
21. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, July 31, 1946
22. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, July 17, 1946
23. Emspak to Wirth Regarding Finances, August 9, 1946
24. Emspak to Patton Regarding Protest, June 4, 1947
25. Emspak to Frank Greene Regarding Finances, December 5, 1950
Folder 55 Local 703 Incoming Correspondence, August 13, 1941-March 23, 1956
1. Julius Emspak to Vern Slagle Regarding Amalgamation, November 26, 1951
2. Emspak to Stephen Hendl Regarding Change of Local, December 21, 1951
3. Emspak to Hendl Regarding Publications, December 12, 1951
4. Emspak to Hendl Regarding Local Change, February 20, 1952
5. Emspak to Ray Woth Regarding Strike Finances, December 1, 1952
6. Emspak to Harold Richards Regarding Finances, January 27, 1956
7. Emspak to Claude Logan Regarding Address Change, February 2, 1956
8. Emspak to Richards Regarding Strike Finances, February 15, 1956
9. Emspak to Richards Regarding Strike Finances, March 23, 1956
10. Emspak to Richards Regarding Strike Finances, February 24, 1956
11. Albert Fitzgerald to Edward Rothermel Regarding Acknowledged Letter, June 1, 1943
12. Nat Geller to Carl Bennett Regarding Finances, October 12, 1942
13. James Matles to John Horvath Regarding Negiotiations, August 13, 1941
14. Matles to J. Patton Regarding Strike Victory, August 15, 1946
15. J. Smith to Patton Regarding Work Stoppage, February 28, 1946
Folder 56 Local 703 Outgoing Correspondence, October 4, 1937-October 21, 1952
1. Carl Bennett to Julius Emspak Regarding Local Constitution, October 7, 1942
2. Bennett to Emspak Regarding Materials, October 14, 1942
3. Bennett to Nat Geller Regarding Printing Order, October 21, 1942
4. Bennett to Emspak Regarding Address, November 5, 1942
5. Bennett to Emspak Regarding Steward System, April 26, 1943
6. Bennett to James Byrnes Regarding Executive Order, April 20, 1943
7. Bennett to Emspak Regarding Resolution, May 19, 1943
8. A. Drumm to Emspak Regarding Information Request, October 4, 1937
9. Mike Dudock to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, June 12, 1946
10. Dudock to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, July 5, 1946
11. Executive Board to Harry Truman Regarding Florida Bombings, January 14, 1952
12. Executive Board to John Bicker Regarding Investigation Request, January 14, 1952
13. Executive Board to Robert Taft Regarding Investigation Request, January 14, 1952
14. Executive Board to Representitive Bender Regarding Investigation Request, January 14, 1952
15. Executive Board to William Ayres Regarding Investigation Request, January 14, 1952
16. Executive Board to Herman Talmmage Regarding Investigation Request, January 14, 1952
17. Executive Board to Taft Regarding Protection of Rights, January 15, 1952
18. Executive Board to Bricker Regarding Protection of Rights, January 15, 1942
19. Executive Board to Ayres Regarding Protection of Rights, January 15, 1942
20. Frank Greene to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 1, 1950
21. Greene to Emspak Regarding IUE Workers, April 22, 1950
22. Greene to Emspak Regarding News Items, April 23, 1951
23. Greene to Emspak Regarding Strike Finances, October 21, 1952
24. Stephen Hendl to Emspak Regarding Amalgamation, December 8, 1951
25. Hendl to Emspak Regarding Pay Cuts, December 8, 1951
26. Hendl to Emspak Regarding Letter Copies, February 9, 1952
Folder 57 Local 703 Outgoing Correspondence, September 5, 1939-February 9, 1956
1. John Horvath to President Roosevelt Regarding Protest Against Troops, June 11, 1941
2. Horvath to Julius Emspak Regarding Contract, August 11, 1941
3. Horvath to James Matles Regarding Contract, October 5, 1941
4. Horvath to Emspak Regarding Wage Increases, January 14, 1942
5. Horvath to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 25, 1942
6. Victor Lyons to Emspak Regarding Credentials, March 15, 1944
7. Lyons to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 22, 1946
8. Lyons to Emspak Regarding Cases in Question, January 24, 1946
9. Lyons to Emspak Regarding Credentials, January 24, 1946
10. Paul Mavrides to Emspak Regarding Local Affairs, January 24, 1946
11. J. Patton to Mr. Schwellenbach Regarding Pending Strike, November 23, 1945
12. Patton Letter Regarding Enclosed Information, December 3, 1945
13. Patton to Emspak Regarding Strike, June 5, 1946
14. Patton to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strike End, August 13, 1946
15. Patton to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike End, August 18, 1946
16. Patton to Emspak Regarding Protests, June 4, 1947
17. Patton to Emspak Regarding Strike
18. Harold Richards to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, January 30, 1956
19. Richards to Emspak Regarding Strike Finances, February 9, 1956
20. Richards to Emspak Regarding Strike Finances, January 18, 1956
21. Edward Rothermel to Emspak Regarding Executive Committee, May 20, 1943
22. Albert Soden to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 5, 1939
23. Joseph Wright to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 2, 1951
Folder 58 Local 703 Akron Imperial Electric, August 13, 1936-December 23, 1937
Folder 59 Local 703 Legislative Committee and Political Action, April 15, 1971-August 14, 1978
Folder 60 Local 703 Akron Imperial Electric, August 14, 1937-August 26, 1938
Folder 61 Local 703 Financial Requesitions, August 14, 1939-January 29, 1941
Folder 62 Local 703 Pamphlets, 1937
Folder 63 Local 703 Company UE News Subs, February 10-March 1, 1941
1. Julius Emspak to John Harty, February 10, 1941
2. Hearty to Emspak, March 7, 1941
Folder 64 Local 703 Strike, November 30, 1945-March 20, 1946
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, November 30, 1945
2. J.K. Smith to J.C. Patton, February 28, 1946
3. Smith to Albert Fitzgerald, February 28, 1946
4. Fitzgerald to Herbert Hirshberg, March 6, 1946
5. Fitzgerald to Smith, March 6, 1946
6. Notification of Pending Disagreement, March 1946
7. Joseph Icres to Fitzgerald, March 14, 1946
8. Report of Strike, March 20, 1946
Folder 65 Local 703 Correspondence and Report, September 18, 1942-October 31, 1951
1. Joseph Vejlupek to John Hearty Regarding War Production, September 18, 1942
2. Frank Mance to James Matles Regarding Collective Barganing, November 16, 1942
3. Excerpt of Report to Vern Slagle Regarding Stockwell Transformer Organization, October 16-31, 1951

Section: Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls)

Folder 66 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Constitution and By-Laws
Folder 67 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Constitution, July 9, 1947-March 1, 1948
Folder 68 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Membership List
Folder 69 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Incoming Correspondence, Spetember 24, 1936-May 19, 1937
1. Janet Barish to R.T. Hartley Regarding Supplies, December 12, 1936
2. Barish to Hartley Regarding Mailing Addresses, December 23, 1936
3. Barish to Hartley Regarding Membership, January 5, 1937
4. Barish to F. Herdmen Regarding Supplies, January 9, 1937
5. Barish to Herdman Regarding Supplies, February 9, 1937
6. Barish to Herdman Regarding Finances, March 17, 1937
7. Barish to Hartley Regarding Finances, March 25, 1937
8. Barish to Hartley Regarding Convention, April 23, 1937
9. Barish to Herdman Regarding Finances, May 19, 1937
10. Julius Emspak to Walter Barringer Regarding Finances, September 24, 1936
11. Emspak to Barringer Regarding Finances, September 25, 1936
12. Emspak to Barringer Regarding Supplies, September 25, 1936
13. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Finances, October 14, 1936
14. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Supplies, November 16, 1936
15. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1936
16. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1936
17. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Supplies, November 11, 1936
18. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Supplies, November 11, 1936
19. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Supplies, November 17, 1936
20. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Finances, November 18, 1936
21. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Supplies, November 20, 1936
22. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Finances, December 1, 1936
23. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Finances, Decembe 12, 1936
24. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Union Affiliation, December 19, 1936
25. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Local Organization, December 30, 1936
Folder 70 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Incoming Correspondence, January 8, 1937-January 17, 1938
1. Julius Emspak to R.J. Hartley Regarding Constitution, January 8, 1937
2. Emspak to Frank Herdman Regarding Finances, January 13, 1937
3. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Rate Information, January 15, 1937
4. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Finances, February 17, 1937
5. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Charter, March 11, 1937
6. Emspak to E. Fillian Regarding Rate Information, March 25, 1937
7. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Staff Assignments, March 26, 1937
8. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Local Separation, March 29, 1937
9. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Local Organization, April 14, 1937
10. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Finances, April 17, 1937
11. Emspak to Hartley Regarding Publicity, April 19, 1937
12. Emspak to Herdman Regarding Supplies, June 21, 1937
13. Emspak to Alfred Yale Regarding Per Capita, August 25, 1937
14. Albert Stonkus to Hartley Regardng Meeting, June 28, 1937
15. Stonkus to Fillian Regarding Wage Rates, July 15, 1937
16. Stonkus to Hartley Regarding Materials, September 17, 1937
17. Stonkus to Yale Regarding Meeting, October 22, 1937
18. Stonkus to Yale Regarding Meeting, November 23, 1937
19. Stonkus to Hartley Regarding Negotiations, November 23, 1937
20. Stonkus to Yale Regarding Conference, November 14, 1937
21. Stonkus to Hartley Regarding Forwarded Letter, November 24, 1937
22. Stonkus to Hartley Regarding Conference Delegate, January 17, 1938
23. Stonkus to Yale Regarding Travel Plans
Folder 71 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Outgoing Correspondence, September 24, 1936-April 21, 1937
1. W. Barringer to UE Regarding Supplies, September 24, 1936
2. Edward Fillian to UE Regarding Wage Rates, January 26, 1937
3. Fillian to Julius Emspak Regarding Wage Rates, March 18, 1937
4. Fillian to Emspak Regarding Wage Rates, June 25, 1937
5. R. Hartley to UE Regarding Mailing List, October 9, 1936
6. Hartley to UE Regarding Supplies, October 27, 1936
7. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Materials, November 9, 1936
8. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Address, November 11, 1936
9. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Materials, November 14, 1936
10. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Materials, November 25, 1936
11. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Materials, December 10, 1936
12. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 22, 1936
13. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Wage Rates, December 28, 1936
14. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Constitution, December 29, 1936
15. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Membership List, January 12, 1937
16. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Wage Rates, January 12, 1937
17. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Local Organization, March 24, 1937
18. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Charter, March 27, 1937
19. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Local Organization, March 27, 1937
20. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Publicity, April 7, 1937
21. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Local Organization, April 13, 1937
22. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Convention, April 21, 1937
Folder 72 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Outgoing Correspondence, Ocober 12, 1936-February 8, 1938
1. R. Hartley to Julius Emspak Regarding Address, May 26, 1937
2. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Information Request, June 22, 1937
3. Hartley to Albert Stonkus Regarding Local Delegates, August 18, 1937
4. Hartley to Stonkus Regarding Publications, September 14, 1937
5. Hartley to Stonkus Regarding Publications, August 18, 1937
6. Hartley to Emspak Regarding Meeting, September 14, 1937
7. Hartley to Stonkus Regarding Conference, January 13, 1938
8. Frank Herdman to UE Regarding Finances, October 12, 1936
9. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 27, 1936
10-11. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 9, 1936
12. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 12, 1936
13. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 16, 1936
14. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances and Supplies, December 18, 1936
15. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 8, 1937
16. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 9, 1937
17. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 7, 1937
18. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 13, 1937
19. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 3, 1937
20. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 21, 1937
21. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 7, 1937
22. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 8, 1938
23-24. Herdman to Emspak Regarding Supplies
Folder 73 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Financial Secretary Reports, November 1936-January 1938
Folder 74 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Supply Requisitions, July 13-November 3, 1937
Folder 75 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Salary and Expense Letters, July 21, 1937
Folder 76 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Receipts, August 17, 1937-February 12, 1938
Folder 77 Local 704 (Cuyahoga Falls) Correspondence, William Donovan to M.E. LeValley Regarding Ohio Edison Organization, September 4, 1936

Section: Local 704 (Bucyrus)

Folder 78 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Officer's List, March 1, 1944-September 1, 1954
Folder 79 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Incoming Correspondence, October 19, 1945-February 12, 1951
1. Janet Barish to Irene Van Gorden Regarding Finances, January 24, 1950
2. Julius Emspak to Virginia Rush Regarding Finances, October 19, 1945
3. Emspak to Robert Stewart Regarding Finances, December 26, 1945
4. Emspak to Rush Regarding Finances, March 25, 1946
5. Emspak to Rush Regarding Finances, January 17, 1947
6. Emspak to Van Gorden Regardng Finances, December 21, 1949
7. Emspak to Van Gorden Regarding Strike Finances, March 8, 1950
8. Emspak to Emma Mullins Regarding Finances, May 5, 1950
9. Emspak to Van Gorden Regarding Finances, August 28, 1950
10. Emspak to Van Gorden Regarding Finances, October 26, 1950
11. Emspak to Doyle Walimire Regarding Finances, December 13, 1950
12. Emspak to Walimire Regarding Finances, January 31, 1951
13. Emspak to Walimire Regarding Charter, February 12, 1951
Folder 80 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Outgoing Correspondence, February 10, 1944-December 12, 1950
1. Russell Dutcher to Julius Emspak Regarding Financial Report, February 10, 1944
2. H.W. Diehl to UE Regarding Finances, August 22, 1947
3. P. Funk to UE Regarding Finances, September 13, 1948
4. Rosemary King to Janet Barish Regarding Mailing List, January 18, 1949
5. King to Emspak Regarding Address, December 12, 1950
6. M. Patterson to UE Regarding Finances, August 25, 1947
7. Patterson to UE Regarding Finances, July 31, 1948
8. Patterson to UE Regarding Finances, September 20, 1948
9. Virginia Rush to Joe Dermody Regarding Finances, March 18, 1946
10. Rush to Emspak Regarding Contract, July11, 1946
11. Rush to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 22, 1947
12. Edward Uhl to Emspak Regarding Finances
13. Van Gorden to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 10, 1950
14. Doyle Walimire to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 5, 1950
15. Betty Waters to Emspak Regarding Credentials, August 31, 1948
Folder 81 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Financial Secretary Statements
Folder 82 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Money Orders, October 28, 1949-March 8, 1950
Folder 83 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Organization, December 28, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, December 28, 1943
2. Emspak to Steve Thoma, December 28, 1943
Folder 84 Local 704 (Bucyrus) International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, January 23-February 1, 1958
1. IAM National Labor Relations Board Brief
2. Michael Essin to James Matles, January 23, 1958
3. Essin to NLRB, January 30, 1958
4. UE NLRB Brief, January 30, 1958
5. Ogden Fields NLBR Order, February 5, 1958
6. Essin to Matles, February 7, 1958
7. Robert Simpson to Walter Schlotterback, February 7, 1958
8. Essin to Matles, February 17, 1958
9. Essin to Edward Grupp, February 17, 1958
10. Essn to Grupp, February 19, 1958
Folder 85 Local 704 (Bucyrus) Correspondence and Reports, February 21, 1944-April 1, 1957
1. Julius Emspak to Steve Thoma Regarding Local 704 Organization, February 21, 1944
2. Victor Decavitch to Joseph Dermody Regarding Local 704 Officers, May 8, 1944
3. Report of Strike, January 15, 1946
4. Memo to Janet Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, December 8, 1950
5. Rosemary King to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, January 29, 1951
6. King to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 14, 1954
7. Paul Dunham to James Matles Regarding Membership, January 25, 1956
8. J.F. Kebe to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Women's Wages, APril 1, 1957

Section: Local 705

Folder 86 Local 705 Officers List, 1944-1950
Folder 87 Local 705 Constitution, October 23, 1943-December 29, 1947
Folder 88 Local 705 Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939-March 17, 1952
1. Julius Emspak to Otto Lommatzsch Regarding Supplies, September 21, 1939
2. Emspak to D. Antram Regarding Bonding, October 12, 1943
3. Emspak to Donald Haidet Regarding Finances, February 28, 1945
4. Emspak to Kathryn Stewart Regarding Charter, April 14, 1948
5. Emspak to Ernest Hooper Regarding Bonding, May 24, 1950
6. Emspak to Paul Burgress Regarding Strike Finances, March 17, 1952
7. Albert Fitzgerald to Burgress Regarding Negotiatons, February 14, 1951
8. Unsigned Letter to Antram Regarding Publications, February 7, 1944
Folder 89 Local 705 Outgoing Correspondence, January 26, 1944-March 9, 1952
1. Donald Antram to UE Regarding Publication, January 26, 1944
2. Antram to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, August 23, 1944
3. Paul Burgress to UE Regarding Charter, November 21, 1947
4. Burgress to Emspak Regarding Lockout, March 9, 1952
5. Donald Haidet to UE Regarding Membership, February 20, 1945
6. Ernest Hooper to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, April 14, 1950
7. Hooper to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 21, 1950
8. Hooper to Emspak Regarding Officer, October 3, 1950
9. Karl Johnson to James Matles Regarding Election, February 28, 1950
10. Louise McPeak to UE Regarding Finances, April 19, 1952
11. Katherine Molnar to UE Regarding Negotiations, February 26, 1944
12. Joseph Nagy to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Lockout, February 27, 1951
13. Kathryn Stewart to UE Regarding Charter, April 10, 1948
14. Stewart to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 25, 1949
15. Resolution
16. Local 705 to UE Regardng Negotiations, February 6, 1950
Folder 90 Local 705 Per Capita, August 14, 1939
Folder 91 Local 705 Organization, September 18-October 13, 1943
1. Leo Turner to Julius Emspak, September 18, 1943
2. Emspak to Turner, December 8, 1943
3. Emspak to Victor Decavitch, October 13, 1943
Folder 92 Local 705 Per Capita, December 6-17, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg, December 6, 1948
2. Hirshberg to Emspak, December 8, 1948
3. Jake Staas to Emspak, December 17, 1948
Folder 93 Local 705 Correspondence, February 12, 1946-January 30, 1951
1. Paul Duham to James Matles Regarding Wages, February12, 1946
2. Julius Emspak to Lem Markland Regarding Charter Expansion, November 24, 1947
3. Herbert Hirshberg to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, October 5, 1950
4. Victor Pasche to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 30, 1951
Folder 94 Loca 705 Correspondence, February 14, 1975-August 2, 1977
Folder 95 Local 705 Mansfield Ideal Electric, September 28, 1936-August 22, 1938
Folder 96 Local 705 Mansfield Ideal Electric, September 16, 1936-November 8, 1937

Section: Local 706

Folder 97 Local 706 Officers List, January 13-December 23, 1944
Folder 98 Local 706 Constitution, January 11-September 6, 1944
Folder 99 Local 706 Incoming Correspondence, March 29, 1943-February 23, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to Frank McIntosh Regarding Charter, March 29, 1943
2. Emspak to McIntosh Regarding Bonding, March 29, 1943
3. Emspak to M. Colling Regarding Finances, February 23, 1945
4. Albert Fitzgerald to Mary Newell Regarding Bonding, May 8, 1944
5. Fitzgerald to Newell Regarding Constitution, May 19, 1944
6. Fredrick Livingston to Newell Regarding Wage Payment, April 25, 1944
7. Edward Matthews to Ella Garner Regarding Finances, November 3, 1943
8. A. Towsen to Newell Regarding Finances, April 19, 1944
Folder 100 Local 706 Outgoing Correspondence, June 5, 1943-February 14, 1945
1. M. Collins to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, February 14, 1945
2. James Dickson Letter Regarding Officers, June 5, 1943
3. Thomas Finnerty to Emspak Regarding Constitution, December 27, 1943
4. Finnerty to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 27, 1943
5. Finnerty to Emspak Regarding Contract, February 1, 1944
6. Finnerty to Victor Decavitch Regarding Constitution, August 14, 1944
7. Ella Garner to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 13, 1943
8. Mary Newell to Dave Ratner Regarding Finances, April 10, 1944
9. Newell to Herbert Wright Regarding Declared Changes, April 18, 1944
10. Newell to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Bonding, May 3, 1944
11. Newell to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership, May 3, 1944
12. Newell to J. Nuth Regarding Membership, May 3, 1944
Folder 101 Local 706 Mansfield Dominion Electric, June 21-November 4, 1937
Folder 102 Local 706 Mansfield Dominion Electric, June 23, 1937-August 30, 1938
Folder 103 Local 706 Financial Ledger
Folder 104 Local 706 Organization, March 1943
1. Memo to Frank McIntosh, March 1943
2. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, March 29, 1943
3. Emspak to Henry Fiering, March 29, 1943
Folder 105 Local 706 Correspondence, April 4, 1944-July 19, 1949
1. Memo Regarding Wright Case, April 4, 1944
2. H.A. Stix to Julius Emspak Regarding Constitution, May 17, 1944
3. David Scribner to Helen James Regarding Veterans, July 19, 1949

Section: Local 707

Folder 106 Local 707 Officers List, 1941-1955
Folder 107 Local 707 Constitution, May 24, 1962
Folder 108 Local 707 Membership Resolution Regarding Cleveland Equipment Works, March 18, 1942

Box 5
Folder 1 Local 707 Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939-July 13, 1948
1. Bill Chan to Beatrice Dewald Regarding Materials, December 9, 1946
2. Harry Coates to Cliff Saunders Regarding Membership, November 16, 1942
3. Sharlene Clark to Local 707 Regarding Dues, May 28, 1948
4. Clark to Local 707 Regarding Dues, June 21, 1948
5. Clark to Local 707 Regarding Dues, July 13, 1948
6. Clark to Local 707 Regarding Dues, October 14, 1948
7. E. Cook to Local 707 Regarding Dues, January 13, 1947
8. Cook to Local 707 Regarding Dues, December 17, 1947
9. Victor Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Salary, February 8, 1944
10. Joe Dermody to Clara Fiering Regarding Appointment, May 12, 1944
11. Dermody to Fiering Regarding Rates, July 9, 1944
12. Dermody to Fiering Regarding Grievances, July 28, 1944
13. Emspak to Alexander Adie Regarding Supplies, September 21, 1939
14. Emspak to G. McCormack Regarding Materials, January 8, 1941
15. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Changes, January 21, 1941
16. Emspak to John Wenzel Regarding Finances, May 7, 1941
17. Emspak to Saunders Regarding Plant Facilities, May 4, 1941
18. Emspak to Saunders Regarding Plant Facilities, May 27, 1941
19. Emspak to Saunders Regarding Negotiations, May 27, 1941
20. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Plant Facilities, June 5, 1941
Folder 2 Local 707 Incoming Correspondence, July 24, 1941-July 18, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Clifford Saunders Regarding Finances, July 24, 1941
2. Emspak to G. McCormack Regarding Finances, March 9, 1942
3. Emspak to Walter Scott Regarding Contract, Jne 9, 1942
4. Emspak to Saunders Regarding Contract, January 18, 1943
5. Emspak to Clara Fiering Regarding Meeting, March 6, 1943
6. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Officers, March 9, 1943
7. Emspak to John Bizosky Regarding Officers Lists, Aprl 16, 1943
8. Emspak to Bizosky Regarding Forwarded Letter, June 15, 1943
9. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Supplies, Movember 11, 1943
10. Emspak to Bizosky Regarding Meeting, January 3, 1944
11. Emspak to Clayton Worley Regarding Staff Affairs, February 18, 1944
12. Emspak to Fiering Regarding Publications, June 28, 1944
13. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Finances, January 24, 1945
14. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Bonding, July 10, 1945
15. Emspak to McCormack Regarding Membership, July 24, 1945
16. Emspak to Fiering Regarding Staff Assignment, July 31, 1945
17. Emspak to John Wenzel Regarding Personnel, April 29, 1948
18. Emspak to Edward Kohler Regarding Bonding, July 9, 1949
19. Emspak to Florence Romig Regarding Finances, October 3, 1949
20. Emspak to Worley Regarding Supplies, January 12, 1950
21. Emspak to John Theil Regarding Finances, Febrauary 24, 1950
22. Emspak to Worley Regarding Finances, May 15, 1950
23. Emspak to Theil Regarding Finances, June 5, 1950
24. Emspak to Worley Regarding Finances, June 26, 1950
25. Emspak to Theil Regarding Finances, July 18, 1950
Folder 3 Local 707 Incoming Correspondence, November 21, 1947-April 24, 1954
1. Julius Emspak to John Theil Regarding Finances, August 28, 1950
2. Emspak to Florence Romig Regarding Bonding, October 11, 1950
3. Emspak to Elmer Kluse Regarding Finances, November 30, 1953
4. Emspak to Romig Regarding Bonding, February 17, 1954
5. Emspak to Romig Regarding Finances, April 8, 1954
6. Emspak to Kluse Regarding Finances, August 24, 1954
7. L. Frederick to Local 707 Regarding Dues, April 1, 1948
8. Frederick to Local 707 Dues, May 13, 1948
9. Frederick to Local Regarding Dues, June 9, 1948
10. Frederick to Local Regarding Dues, July 7, 1948
11. Glass Machine Works to Local 707 Regarding Dues, November 21, 1947
12. Glass Machine Works to Local 707 Regarding Dues, April 20, 1948
13. Glass Machine Works to Local 707 Regarding Dues, May 18, 1948
14. Glass Machine Works to Local 707 Regarding Dues, June 21, 1948
15. Glass Machine Works to Local 707 Regarding Dues, October 25, 1948
16. Glass Machine Works to Local 707 Regarding Dues, August 22, 1948
17. N. Grafton to UE Regarding Dues, April 9, 1948
18. Grafton to UE Regarding Dues, May 5, 1948
19. Grafton to UE Regarding Dues, June 7, 1948
20. Grafton to UE Regarding Dues, July 6, 1948
Folder 4 Local 707 Incoming Correspondence, July 16, 1941-November 22, 1955
1. E. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, March 31, 1947
2. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, April 30, 1947
3. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, May 29, 1947
4. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, June 30, 1947
5. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, March 31, 1948
6. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, April 30, 1948
7. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, May 28, 1948
8. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, June 30, 1948
9. Joyce to Local 707 Regarding Dues, September 30, 1948
10. Leo Jandreau to John Bizosky Regarding Negotiations, June 3, 1943
11. Jandreau to Bizosky Regarding Dues, April 4, 1943
12. Jandreau to Bizosky Regarding Grievances, August 9, 1943
13. Jandreau to Bizosky Regarding Grievances, August 18, 1943
14. Jandreau to Bizosky Regarding Grievances, October 11, 1943
15. Jandreau to Curtis Spicer Regarding Salaries, January 28, 1944
16. Jandreau to Betty Wilt Regarding Records, February 11, 1944
17. David Kanes to Julius Emspak Regarding Wage Dispute, March 3, 1944
18. A. MacKenzie to Local 707 Regarding Dues, July 14, 1948
19. James Matles to C. Fox Regarding New General Electric Plant, December 9, 1941
20. Matles to Bizosky Regarding Requested Information, June 1, 1943
21. Matles to Charles Steiner Regarding Finances, June 26, 1943
22. Matles to Elmer Kluse Regarding Finances, November 20, 1953
23. Matles to Kluse Regarding Election Finances, November 20, 1953
24. Edward Matthews to Fred Haug Regarding Salaries, February 26, 1947
25. Albert Olson to C. Saunder Regarding Finances, July 16, 1941
26. David Ratner to Haug Regarding Staff Records, March 22, 1946
27. Ratner to Haug Regarding Finances, July 31, 1946
28. Ratner to Haug Regarding Finances, August 27, 1947
29. Ratner to Haug Regarding Finances, September 11, 1947
30. R. Reeve to Local 707 Regarding Dues, November 2, 1948
31. Joseph Turkowski to Clara Fiering Regarding Grievances, September 6, 1944
32. Union Dues, October 1948
Folder 5 Local 707 Outgoing Correspondence, August 26, 1939-July 25, 1951
1. Alexander Adie to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 26, 1939
2. John Bizosky to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, February 2, 1943
3. Bizosky to Emspak Regarding Staff Change, April 13, 1943
4. Bizosky to Emspak Regarding Plant Condition, May 28, 1943
5. Bizosky to James Matles Regarding Election, May 29, 1943
6. Bizosky to Emspak Regarding Convention, July 19, 1943
7-8. Bizosky to Emspak Regarding Wages, July 23, 1943
9. Bizosky to Matles Regarding Election, August 25, 1943
10. Bizosky to Leo Jandreau Regarding Job Evaluation, October 13, 1943
11. Bizosky to Jandreau Regarding Meeting, October 13, 1943
12. Bizosky to Jandreau Regarding Incentive System, December 1, 1943
13. Bizosky to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 12, 1944
14. Bizosky to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting
15-16. Beatrice Dewald to UE News Regarding Publications, December 31, 1946
17. Marie English to Emspak Regarding Officers List, July 25, 1951
18. Clara FIering to Joe Dermody Regarding Meeting, May 11, 1944
19. Fiering to Dermody Regarding Convention, July 21, 1944
20. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 23, 1945
21. Fiering to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, June 28, 1945
22. Fiering to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignment, June 25, 1945
23. David Fitzmaurice to Cleveland Workers Regarding Dues, June 23, 1949
24. J. Gipson to Leo Jandreau Regarding Conference, January 31, 1944
Folder 6 Local 707 Outgoing Correspondence, November 8, 1945-July 13, 1949
1. Mary Harnish to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, November 1, 1948
2. Harnish to Frank Wirth Regarding Supplies, December 7, 1948
3. Fred Haug to James Matles Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1945
4. Haug to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, December 8, 1945
5. Haug to Bill Cahn Regarding Publications, February 21, 1946
6. Haug to David Ratner Regarding Staff Records, March 28, 1946
7. Haug to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Meeting, May 22, 1946
8. Haug to Ratner Regarding Machine Preformance, July 24, 1946
9. Haug to Ratner Regarding Finances, July 31, 1946
10. Haug to Matles Regarding Conference, August 13, 1946
11. Haug to Matles Regarding Forwarded Letter, September 27, 1946
12. Haug to Wage Board Regarding Labor Dispute, September 27, 1946
13. Haug to Julius Emspak Regarding Forwarded Letter, December 12, 1946
14. Haug to Emspak Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations Record, January 6, 1947
15. Haug to Ed Matthews Regarding Job Classification, February 21, 1947
16. Haug to Beatrice Dewald Regarding Meeting, April 23, 1947
17. Haug to Arthur Garfield Regarding Assignment, May 5, 1947
18. Haug to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 5, 1947
19. Haug to A. McKenzie Regarding Dues, July 22, 1947
20. Haug to Ratner Regarding Finances, September 15, 1947
21. Haug to Joseph Dermody Regarding Elections, December 3, 1947
22. Haug to Emspak Regarding Wages, April 26, 1948
23. Haug to Cahn Regarding Publications
24. Edward Kohler to UE Regarding Finances, March 11, 1949
25. Kohler to Emspak Regarding Bonding, July 1, 1949
26. Kohler to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 11, 1949
27. Kohler to Emspak Regarding Dues, July 13, 1949
Folder 7 Local 707 Outgoing Correspondence, January 14, 1941-August 19, 1954
1. Elmer Kuse to Julius Emspak Regarding Protest, May 26, 1953
2. Kuse to John Brickner Regarding Protest, May 26, 1953
3. Kuse to Paul Herzog Regarding Protest, May 26, 1953
4. Kuse to James Matles Regarding Dues, November 21, 1953
5. Kuse to Emspak Regarding Union Fees, August 19, 1954
6. G. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Officers Lists, December 31, 1940
7. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Union Trial, January 14, 1941
8. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 6, 1942
9. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 21, 1941
10. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 6, 1943
11. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Dues, February 7, 1944
12. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Union Fees, January 22, 1945
13. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Bonding, July 3, 1945
14. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 14, 1945
15. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Veterans, July 19, 1945
16. McCormack to UE Regarding Finances, October 18, 1946
17. McCormack to Congress of Industrial Organizations' Political Action Committee Regarding Finances, November 8, 1946
18. McCormack to Emspak Regarding Bonding, August 15, 1947
19. Florence Romig to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 11, 1950
20. McCormack to Brothers Regarding Supplies, February 27, 1948
21. Romig to Janet Barish Regarding Records, February 23, 1951
22. Romig to Emspak Regarding Union Fees, October 12, 1951
23. Romig to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, December 5, 1951
24. Romig to Matles Regarding Finances, February 23, 1954
Folder 8 Local 707 Outgoing Correspondence, May 3, 1941-November 23, 1955
1. Florence Romig to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, February 23, 1954
2. Romig to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 5, 1954
3. Romig to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 15, 1954
4. Romig to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 26, 1954
5. Romig to James Matles Regarding Finances, November 23, 1955
6. Ann Rypacek to UE Regarding Mailing Address, February 2, 1946
7. Cliff Saunders to Emspak Regarding Employment, May 19, 1941
8. Saunders to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, May 22, 1941
9. Saunders to Emspak Regarding Bonding, July 21, 1941
10. Saunders to Emspak Regarding Meeting, September 18, 1941
11. Saunders to George Bender Regarding Tax Bill Support, March 20, 1942
12. Saunders to Emspak Regarding Meeting, January 16, 1943
13. Frances Schulty to Fred Wright Regarding Publications, October 30, 1946
14. Walter Scott to Emspak Regarding Contract Clause, June 4, 1946
15. Curtis Spicer to George Jandreau Regarding Drafting Room Information, January 26, 1944
16. John Theil to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 24, 1950
17. Theil to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 2, 1950
18. Theil to David Lilienthal Regarding Contract
19. Theil to President Truman Regarding Bargainng
20. John Wenzel to Emspak Regarding Wages, May 3, 1941
21. Wenzel to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Resolution Support, February 19, 1947
22. Clay Worley to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 9, 1950
23. Worley to David Ratner Regarding Finances, May 12, 1950
24. Worley to Joseph Dermody Regarding Negotiations, June 22, 1950
25. Worley to Emspak Regarding Election Funds, June 22, 1950
Folder 9 Local 707 Bonding, April 5, 1941-May 16, 1948
Folder 10 Local 707 Per Capita and Supply Report, September 11, 1950
Folder 11 Local 707 Pay Vouchers, October 28-November 2, 1955
Folder 12 Local 707 Pay Vouchers, November 3-21, 1955
Folder 13 Local 707 Pay Vouchers, November 25-December 2, 1955
Folder 14 Local 707 Pay Vouchers, December 2-15, 1955
Folder 15 Local 707 Initiation Fees, December 30, 1946-July 28, 1947
Folder 16 Local 707 Initiation Fees, July 28, 1947-January 15, 1948
Folder 17 Local 707 Initiation Fees, February 6-June 10, 1948
Folder 18 Local 707 Initiation Fees, June 10-October 15, 1948
Folder 19 Local 707 Initiation Fees, 1947-1948
Folder 20 Local 707 Stamps, August 14, 1939
Folder 21 Local 707 Leaflets, 1942-1947
1. "Bad News for Berry, Berry, Bunkum and Bayly," June 23, 1942
2. "Electric Products Stalls While Hitler Ravages Europe," June 23, 1942
3. "Election Results," November 25, 1947
4. "Endorsed Candidates"
5. "Election"
Folder 22 Local 707 Newspaper Clipping, August 6, 1942
Folder 23 Local 707 Newspapers, 1944-1951
1. 707 News, January 16, 1951
2. Steward's News Letter, August 1, 1944
Folder 24 Local 707 Organization, May 31-June 4, 1941
1. Thomas Neil to Julius Emspak, May 31, 1941
2. Emspak to Neil, June 4, 1941
Folder 25 Local 707 Contract Printing, July 8-13, 1942
1. Clifford Saunders to Julius Emspak, July 8, 1942
2. Emspak to Saunders, July 13, 1942
Folder 26 Local 707 Eberle Case, June 11-24, 1942
1. Clifford Saunders to Julius Emspak, June 11, 1942
2. Emspak to Saunders, June 24, 1942
Folder 27 Local 707 Legislative Committee and Political Action, February 11, 1972-April 9, 1985
Folder 28 Local 707 Grievances, July 27, 1942-November 20, 1947
1. Clifford Saunders to Julius Emspak, July 27, 1942
2. Saunders to Emspak, November 20, 1947
3. Saunders to Emspak, December 2, 1942
4. Unsigned Grievances, December 1942
5. W.S. Kahlson Grievances, December 1942
6. Albert Fitzgerald to Saunders, February 3, 1943
7. J.E. Kewley Statement, April 7, 1943
8. P.A. Lewis Grievences with Schedule for Furnance Operators and Grievances for Pay for Six Days Worked, April 9, 1943
9. M.C. Sloan to Leo Jandreau, August 5, 1943
10. Jandreau to Sloan, August 18, 1943
11. Jandreau to G.M. Pfeif, September 30, 1943
12. Brief Regarding Cleveland Wire Works, 1943
Folder 29 Local 707 Women's Wages, January 12-October 29, 1943
1. Clifford Saunders to Julius Emspak, January 12, 1943
2. Wage Agreement for Women, May 26, 1943
3. Margaret Darin to Emspak, July 19, 1943
4. Leo Jandreau to Darin, July 29, 1943
5. Jandreau to G.H. Pfief, July 29, 1943
6. Victor Decavitch to Jandreau, October 7, 1943
7. Eleanor to Leo, October 13, 1943
8. Jandreau to Decavitch, October 14, 1943
9. UE Proposal, October 15, 1943
10. Leo Turner to Jandreau, October 16, 1943
11. Women's Rates, October 21, 1943
12. Darin to Jandreau, October 22, 1943
13. Jandreau to Darin, October 25, 1943
14. Darin to Jandreau with Memo on Wage Negotiations, October 29, 1943
15. Eleanor to Leo, October 29, 1943
Folder 30 Local 707 Women's Wages, November 2, 1943-April 24, 1944
1. Leo Jandreau to W.R. Burrows, November 2, 1943
2. Jandreau to Margaret Darin, November 2, 1943
3. Robert Logsden to Jandreau, November 13, 1943
4. David Kanes to Neil Brant, December 1, 1943
5. Kanes to Julius Emspak, December 1, 1943
6. Wage Proposal for Women Workers, December 1943
7. Jandreau to Kanes, December 27, 1943
8. Terms of Settlement, December 27, 1943
9. Victor Decavitch to Emspak, April 20, 1944
10. Emspak to E.J. Westerlud, April 24, 1944
Folder 31 Local 707 General Electric Negotiations, May 3, 1954
1. Elm Memo to Janet, May 3, 1954
2. James Matles Memo to Joseph Dermody, May 3, 1954
Folder 32 Local 707 Cleveland, 1962-1967
Folder 33 Local 707 IUE Inter-union Rivalry, August 31-November 22, 1955
1. Joseph Persily Memo, August 31, 1955
2. James Matles to Paul Dunman, September 27, 1955
3. Matles to Charles Steiner, November 22, 1955
Folder 34 Local 707 Correspondence and Memos, June 1941-September 1943
1. Works Rules, June 1941
2. Clifford Saunders to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 29, 1941
3. Memo Regarding National Labor Relations Board, March 14, 1942
4. Memo Regarding Manpower Commission Productivity, March 30, 1943
5. Leo Turner to Emspak, September 29, 1943
Folder 35 Local 707 Correspondence, December 27, 1943-October 15, 1951
1. Victor Decavitch to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Finances, December 27, 1943
2. Curtis Spicer to Leo Jandreau Regarding Organization, January 26, 1944
3. Fred Keller to Emspak Regarding Separate Charter for Electric Products Company with Letter to Lem Markland, August 7, 1946
4. Sam Sponsellor to R.W. Starnes Regarding Wages, December 9, 1946
5. James Matles to Fred Regarding Staff Members, March 2, 1949
6. Marie Reed to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, April 26, 1949
7. David Fitzmaurice to Steve Rees, April 14, 1949
8. Herbert Hirshberg to Pergandi Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 28, 1949
9. Janet Memo to Paula Regarding Staff Members, February 23, 1950
10. Hirshberg to David Ratner Regarding Finances, Marh 12, 1950
11. Victor Pasche to Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, August 31, 1951
12. Matles to Pasche Regarding Finances, October 15, 1951
13. Wages
14. Women's Wages
15. District 7 General Electric Conference Board
16. John Wenzel in Memorium
Folder 36 Local 707 Cleveland General Electric, November 25, 1936-August 23, 1938

Section: Local 708

Folder 37 Local 708 Officers Lists, May 3, 1937-April 2, 1956
Folder 38 Local 708 Constitution, January 1-September 23, 1945
Folder 39 Local 708 Incoming Correspondence, June 15, 1937-December 6, 1955
1. Julius Emspak to Don Ricker Regarding Dues, February 20, 1941
2. Emspak to Ricker Regarding Bonding, February 5, 1942
3. Emspak to Ricker Regarding Union Fees, May 13, 1942
4. Emspak to Ralph Wemple Regarding Officers Lists, April 19, 1943
5. Emspak to Ricker Regarding Finances, December 26, 1945
6. Emspak to George Sturtz Regarding Taft-Hartley, December 4, 1950
7. Emspak to Karr Ashbaugh Regarding Audit Report, January 23, 1953
8. Emspak to Ashbaugh Regarding Bonding, February 17, 1954
9. Emspak to Charles Warren Regarding Bonding, November 24, 1955
10. Emspak to Warren Regarding Bonding, December 6, 1955
11. Albert Stonkus to Ricker Regarding Charter, June 15, 1937
12. Stonkus to Ricker Regarding Conference, June 24, 1937
Folder 40 Local 708 Outgoing Correspondence, June 17, 1937-November 29, 1950
1. Don Ricker to Julius Emspak Regarding Fees, February 15, 1941
2. Ricker to President Roosevelt Regarding Protest, June 12, 1941
3. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Bonding, February 2, 1942
4. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Member Transfer, May 8, 1942
5. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 16, 1946
6. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 10, 1949
7. Ricker to Emspak Regarding Leadership Support, December 17, 1949
8. George Strutz to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley, November 29, 1950
9. N. Tuscarawas to Albert Stonkus Regarding Charter, June 17, 1937
10. Charles Warren to Local 708 Regarding Bonding
11. Warren Letter Regarding Strike Fund
12. Ralph Wemple Letter Regarding Address Change, January 11, 1944
Folder 41 Local 708 Financial Reports, January 1, 1951
Folder 42 Local 708 Strike, April 12-June 21, 1946
1. Joseph Kres to U.S. Department of Labor, April 12, 1946
2. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 24, 1946
3. Report of Strike, April 30, 1946
4. Termination of Strike, June 21, 1946
Folder 43 Local 708 Inter-union Rivalry with Communication Workers of America and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, June 4-6, 1955
Folder 44 Local 708 Correspondence and Report, July 12, 1949, August 30, 1955
1. Arthur Garfield to Nat Spero Regarding Wages, July 12, 1949
2. Joseph Persily Report, August 30, 1955
Folder 45 Local 708 Ohio Association of Telephone Company of Dover, December 22, 1936-October 29, 1937
Folder 46 Local 708 Ohio Association of Telephone Company of Dover, January 5, 1937-August 15, 1938

Section: Local 709

Folder 47 Local 709 Hoover Company Contract, April 1, 1943
Folder 48 Local 709 Officers Lists, September 1942-April 1948
Folder 49 Local 709 Constitution, July 9, 1947
Folder 50 Local 709 Membership Resolution, May 25, 1947
Folder 51 Local 709 Incoming Correspondence, December 13, 1940-September 20, 1948
1. Harry Bradley to H. Hoover Regarding Meeting, February 15, 1946
2. Bill Cahn to Ralph Marcus Regarding Publications, April 22, 1947
3. Cahn to Kay Elliott Regarding Publicity, May 23, 1946
4. James Carey to H. Walke Regarding Hoover Company, December 13, 1940
5. William Drohan to Ivan Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Fund, July 22, 1948
6. Ray Klausner to Marcus Regarding Recieved Letter, October 1, 1945
7. Julius Emspak to Walke Regarding Organizational Aid, December 23, 1940
8. Emspak to Walke Regarding Organizational Aid, December 31, 1940
9. Emspak to Walke Regarding Election, January 21, 1941
10. Emspak to Walke Regarding Smear Job, February 26, 1941
11. Emspak to Lem Markland Regarding Local Constitution, September 19, 1942
12. Emspak to Markland Regarding Officers Lists, September 24, 1942
13. Emspak to Markland Regarding Bonding, October 5, 1942
14. Emspak to Lynn Plastow Regarding Wages, December 28, 1943
15. Emspak to Marvin Climes Regarding Finances, October 13, 1944
16. Emspak to George Kile Regarding Staff Salary, December 2, 1944
17. Emspak to Marcus Regarding Weekly Reports, December 2, 1944
18. Emspak to Climes Regarding Fees, January 23, 1945
19. Emspak to Kile Regarding Salaries, February 1, 1947
20. Emspak to Elliott Regarding Negotiations, June 9, 1947
21. Emspak to George Hoover Regarding Finances, October 28, 1947
22. Emspak to G. Hoover Regarding Finances, November 6, 1947
23. Emspak to L. Plastow Regarding Address Informaiton, June 16, 1948
24. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Fund, June 18, 1948
25. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Fund, June 23, 1948
26. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Fund, July 6, 1948
27. Emspak to Elliott Regarding Strike, July 13, 1948
28. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Finances, July 15, 1948
29. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Finances, July 19, 1948
30. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Finances, August 4, 1948
31. Emspak to Brumbaugh Regarding Strike Finances, September 20, 1948
Folder 52 Local 709 Incoming Correspondence, March 7, 1941-June 25, 1948
1. James Matles to H. Walke Regarding Meeting, January 2, 1940
2. Matles to Walke Regarding Staff Assignments, March 7, 1940
3. Matles to Walke Regarding Meeting, April 3, 1941
4. Matles to Walke Regarding Meeting, April 28, 1941
5. Matles to Ralph Marcus Regarding Staff Assignments, November 7, 1945
6. Matles to Marcus Regarding Staff Assignments, November 23, 1945
7. Matles to L. Plastow Regarding Finances, April 27, 1948
8. Matles to Herbert Hirshberg Regarding Finances, June 25, 1948
9. William Petro to Plastow Regarding Labor Case, August 5, 1944
10. David Ratner to Marcus Regarding Negotiations, January 21, 1946
11. Unsigned Letter Regarding Strike Settlement
Folder 53 Local 709 Outgoing Correspondence, September 16, 1942-May 7, 1949
1. Harry Bradley to Julius Emspak Regarding By-Laws, January 25, 1943
2. Bradley to James Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 15, 1946
3. Bradley to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, June 18, 1946
4. Bradley to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Resolutions, March 17, 1947
5. Bradley to John Burns Regarding Resolutions, March 17, 1947
6. Bradley to Matles Regarding Union Contract, May 17, 1947
7. Ivan Brumbaugh to UE Regarding Publications, June 1, 1948
8. Brumbaugh to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 7, 1948
9. Brumbaugh to David Ratner Regarding Finances, May 7, 1949
10. Maurice Climes to Emspak Regarding Union Fees, January 12, 1944
11. Climes to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 6, 1944
12. Climes to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 6, 1944
13. Kay Elliott to H. Hoover Regarding Meeting, February 15, 1946
14. Elliott to UE Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations Materials, February 26, 1946
15. Elliott to UE Regarding Publicity, May 21, 1946
16. Elliott to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, September 28, 1948
17. Elliott to President Truman Regarding Protest, September 28, 1948
18. Elliott to UE Regarding Travel Plans
19. George Kile to Emspak Regarding Staff Affairs, November 30, 1943
20. Kile to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 4, 1944
21. Kile to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignments, Novmeber 22, 1944
22. Lem Markland to Empak Regarding Constitution, September 16, 1942
23. Markland Letter Regarding Bond, October 3, 1942
Folder 54 Local 709 Outgoing Correspondence, March 26, 1945-April 14, 1947
1. Ralph Marcus to Julius Emspak Regarding Contract, March 26, 1945
2. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Election, April 21, 1945
3. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27, 1945
4. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Dues, May 22, 1945
5. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Dues, June 18, 1945
6. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Bonds, August 8, 1945
7. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Working Conditions, August 8, 1945
8. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Contract, September 26, 1945
9. Marcus to David Kanes Regarding Plant Report, October 26, 1945
10. Marcus to James Matles Regarding Organization, October 26, 1945
11. Marcus to Matles Regarding Employment, November 17, 1945
12. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Strike Petition, November 20, 1945
13. Marcus to Matles Regarding Mailing List, December 13, 1945
14. Marcus to Matles Regarding Plant Report, December 28, 145
15. Marcus to Matles Regarding Hoover Company Action, January 16, 1946
16. Marcus to Matles Regarding Strike, February 18, 1946
17. Marcus to National Labor Relations Board Regarding Labor Dispute, February 18, 1946
18. Marcus to Matles Regarding Mailing List, August 5, 1946
19. Marcus to Matles Regarding Negotiations, October 23, 1946
20. Marcus to Matles Regarding Hoover Company Response, November 28, 1946
21. Marcus to Emspak Regarding Publications, April 14, 1947
22. Marcus to Matles Regarding Strike Settlement, July 1, 1946
23. Marcus to Tom Neil Regarding Meeting
24. Marcus to Matles Regarding Statement
Folder 55 Local 709 Outgoing Correspondence, November 30, 1940-June 15, 1948
1. Lynn Plastow to Julius Emspak Regarding Wages, December 16, 1943
2. Plastow to Lieutenant Cloran Regarding Agreement, February 24, 1944
3. Plastow to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, March 3, 1944
4. Plastow to James Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, April 1, 1948
5. Plastow to Emspak Regarding Strike, June 15, 1948
6. H. Wolke to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 30, 1940
7. Wolke to James Carey Regarding Local Organization, November 30, 1940
8. Wolke to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 16, 1940
9. Wolke to Carey Regarding Organizers Assignments, December 18, 1940
10. Wolke to Emspak Regarding Election, January 7, 1941
11. Wolke to Emspak Regarding FBI Investigation, February 16, 1941
12. Wolke to Matles Regarding Executive Board Action, March 5, 1941
13. Wolke to Matles Regarding Local Organization, March 31, 1941
14. Wolke to Matles Regarding Organization, April 26, 1941
Folder 56 Local 709 Invoices, May 31-August 21, 1948
Folder 57 Local 709 Statements, June 30-August 31, 1948
Folder 58 Local 709 Finances, October 9-15, 1942
Folder 59 Local 709 Newspaper, The Beacon, April 1-June 11, 1942
Folder 60 Local 709 Newspaper Clippings, June-August 1948
1. The Canton Repository Regarding Union Advertisments, June-July 1948
2. The Canton Repository Regarding Union Advertisments, August 1, 1948
3. The Dayton News Regarding "Dayton Shame"
4. The Canton Repository Regarding "Bradley Re-Election..."
Folder 61 Local 709 Leaflet, "The International Typographical Union-American Federation of Labor Supports Your Fight," May 20, 1948
Folder 62 Local 709 North Canton Hoover Company, February 24, 1937-February 26, 1938
Folder 63 Local 709 Cleveland General Electric, March 24, 1936-March 9, 1938
Folder 64 Local 709 North Canton Hoover Company, December 19, 1936-July 18, 1938
Folder 65 Local 709 Business Agent, October 13-16, 1942
1. Henry Fiering to James Matles, October 13, 1942
2. Matles to Fiering, October 16, 1942
Folder 66 Local 709 Brandenberg Firing, 1944
1. Brief, 1944
2. Ernest Cohen to Julius Emspak, August 23, 1944
3. Emspak to Cohen, April 27, 1944
Folder 67 Local 709 Per Capita, April 23-27, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Haug, April 23, 1945
2. Haug to Emspak, April 27, 1945
Folder 68 Local 709 Strike, March 23-April 18, 1946
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, March 23, 1946
2. Herbert Hirshberg to Julius Emspak, April 12, 1946
3. Report of Strike, April 18, 1946
Folder 69 Local 709 Strike, June 10-August 17, 1948
1. Report of Strike, June 10, 1948
2. Herbert Hirshberg to Julius Emspak, June 15, 1948
3. Hirshberg to Emspak, July 1, 1948
4. Hirshberg to Emspak, July 2, 1948
5. I.W. Abel to Friend, August 11, 1948
6. Hirshberg to James Matles, August 12, 1948
7. Hirshberg to Matles, August 17, 1948
Folder 70 Local 709 Publicity Debts, December 17, 1948-May 13, 1949
1. H.S. Patterson to Joseph Vejlupek, December 17, 1948
2. Robert Fehlman to Herbert Hirshberg, December 17, 1948
3. Vejlupek to Patterson, December 31, 1948
4. Fehlman ot Hirshberg, February 11, 1949
5. Arthur David to UE, April 22, 1949
6. Hirshberg to David Ratner, April 29, 1949
7. David to UE, May 3, 1949
8. Ratner to WHBC, May 4, 1949
9. Ratner to Stark Broadcasting, May 4, 1949
10. Fehlman to Ratner, May 6, 1949
11. Ratner to Fehlmen, May 11, 1949
12. Ratner to Arthur Davis, May 11, 1949
13. Ratner to Patterson, May 11, 1949
14. Fehlman to Ratner, May 13, 1949
Folder 71 Local 709 Correspondence, November 12, 1942-October 2, 1946
1. Henry Fehlman to I.J. Levy Regarding Hours, November 12, 1942
2. Bea Bassin to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Wage Stabilization Board, January 20, 1943
3. Julius Emspak to Fred Haug Regarding Per Capita, January 26, 1944
4. George Kile to Emspak Regarding Business Agent, January 24, 1945
5. Joseph Kres to Clifford McAvoy Regardng Supplies, October 2, 1946

Section: Local 710

Folder 72 Local 710 Officers List, February 1, 1943-November 16, 1949
Folder 73 Local 710 Constitution, August 11, 1944-October 25, 1948
Folder 74 Local 710 Membership Resolution Regarding Wages and Prices, February 24, 1948
Folder 75 Local 710 Incoming Correspondence, March 27, 1941-March 16, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Glen Gillingham Regarding By-Laws, March 27, 1941
2. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Local Constitution, May 7, 1941
3. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Publications, July 31, 1941
4. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Mail, August 15, 1941
5. Emspak to W. Lacey Regarding Organization Aid, January 30, 1942
6. Emspak to Don Harple Regarding Constitution, March 15, 1943
7. Emspak to Harple Regarding Slot Machine, March 23, 1943
8. Emspak to Harple Regarding Council Information, October 6, 1943
9. Emspak to Harple Regarding Printing Finances, October 23, 1944
10. Emspak to James Flood Regarding Union Fees, February 16, 1945
11. Emspak to Gillingham Regarding Meeting Resolutions, September 10, 1945
12. Emspak to D. Phllips Regarding Letter, November 20, 1945
13. Emspak to Phillips Regarding Meeting, February 6, 1946
14. Emspak to Phillips Regarding Finances, November 19, 1946
15. Emspak to Harple Regarding Meeting, February 10, 1947
16. Emspak to Phillips Regarding Dues, November 18, 1948
17. Emspak to Harold Holzhauser Regarding Finances, September 30, 1940
18. Albert Fitzgerald to Victor Dean Regarding Requested Information, March 5, 1946
19. James Matles ot Ralph Scott Regarding Assistance, October 31, 1941
20. David Ratner to Harple Regarding Credit Union, May 31, 1946
21. Willard Kiker to Gillingham Regarding War Production, March 18, 1942
22. David Scibner to Phillips Regarding Local Legal Assistance, December 16, 1947
23. Unsigned Letter to Victor Dean Regarding Publications, March 16, 1949
24. Unsigned Letter to Harple Regarding Publications, February 2, 1944
25. Unsigned Letter Regarding Address of Local Secretaries
Folder 76 Local 710 Outgoing Correspondence, July 30, 1940-September 26, 1949
1. Victor Dean to UE Regarding Questions Advanced About Local
2. James Flood to Julius Emspak Regarding Printing, September 4, 1945
3-4. Glen Gillingham to Emspak Regarding By-Laws, March 21, 1941
5. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Staff Change, August 20, 1941
6. Gillingham to James Matles Regarding Contract, March 21, 1941
7. Gillingham to Emspak Regarding Conference
8. Don Harple to Emspak Regarding Meeting Motion, March 12, 1943
9. Harple to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, May 20, 1943
10. Harple to Emspak Regarding Committee Organization, September 15, 1943
11. Harple to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, January 28, 1944
12. Harple to Emspak Regarding Meeting, February 3, 1947
13. Harold Holzhauser to UE Regarding Mailing List, June 28, 1949
14. Holzhauser to UE Regarding Finances, September 26, 1949
15. Holzhauser to Herbert Hirshbergh Regarding Mailing List
16. W. Lacy to UE Regarding Elections, January 24, 1942
17. D. Phillips to Emspak Regarding Address Request, November 14, 1945
18. Phillips to Emspak Regarding Address, January 25, 1946
19. Phillips to Emspak Regarding Dues, November 18, 1946
20. Phillips to David Scribner Regarding Insurance, December 9, 1947
21. Phillips to Joseph Vejlupek Regarding Resolution, February 28, 1948
22. Phillips to Emspak Regarding Dues System, November 9, 1948
23. W. Piley to UE Regarding Officers
24. Ralph Scott to Emspak Regarding Production Protest, July 30, 1940
25. Scott to Matles Regarding Strike, October 30, 1941
26. Charles Showatte to UE Regarding Mailing List, November 25, 1940
27. Showatte to UE Regarding Supplies, January 10, 1945
Folder 77 Local 710 Finances, Statements of Debt
Folder 78 Local 710 Bonding, January 20-March 27, 1941
Folder 79 Local 710 Stamps, June 26, 1939
Folder 80 Local 710 Leaflets, "News to the UE News," 1947
Folder 81 Local 710 Officers Election, September 18-October 1, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Richard Niebur, September 18, 1947
2. Neibur to Emspak, October 1, 1947
Folder 82 Local 710 UE News Debt, July 7-August 15, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg, July 7, 1949
2. Hirshberg to Emspak, July 12, 1949
3. Hirshberg to Emspak, August 5, 1949
4. Hirshberg to Emspak, August 15 1949
Folder 83 Local 710 Sandusky APEX Electric Company, March 3, 1937-February 9, 1938
Folder 84 Local 710 Sandusky APEX Electric Company, February 24, 1937-August 17, 1938
Folder 85 Local 710 Forms, March 19, 1959-February 27, 1975
Folder 86 Local 710 Forms, April 23, 1947-January 27, 1975
Folder 87 Local 710 Correspondence, March 5, 1946-November 9, 1949
1. Albert Fitzgerald to Lem Markland Regarding Finances, March 5, 1946
2. Notice of Dropped Members, February 19, 1949
3. Joseph Persily to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, November 9, 1949

Section: Local 711

Folder 88 Local 711 Constitution and By-Laws, November 5, 1948
Folder 89 Local 711 Constitution, August 30, 1948-May 2, 1949
Folder 90 Local 711 Officers List, January 19, 1941-August 29, 1950
Folder 91 Local 711 Membership Resolutions, September 19, 1941, undated
Folder 92 Local 711 Incoming Correspondence, January 12, 1938-October 2, 1950
1. Bill Cahn to Joseph Hawkins Regarding Materials, March 7, 1946
2. James Carey to Henry Henke Regarding Constitution, February 28, 1940
3. Carey to Henke Regarding Publications, March 4, 1940
4. Carey to Albert Luckett Regarding Local Action, October 17, 1941
5. Julius Emspak to Paul Kapis Regarding Finances, January 12, 1941
6. Emspak to Henke Regarding Dues, July 11, 1940
7. Emspak to Hawkins Regarding Address, April 18, 1941
8. Emspak to Hawkins Regarding Convention Business, August 12, 1941
9. Emspak to Hawkins Regarding Meeting, October 22, 1941
10. Emspak to Charles Blaine Regarding Supplies, January 26, 1942
11. Emspak to Blaine Regarding Finances, February 25, 1942
12. Emspak to Blaine Regarding Supplies, March 25, 1942
13. Emspak to Phillip Schwaner Regarding Publications, September 29, 1942
14. Emspak to Schwaner Regarding Officers List, December 9, 1942
15. Emspak to Hawkins Regarding Finances, January 15, 1943
16. Emspak to Russell Gorman Regarding Travel Plans, March 8, 1943
17. Emspak to Thomas Flood Regarding Conference, September 14, 1945
18. Emspak to W. McCarthy Regarding Finances, April 26, 1946
19. Emspak to Flood Regarding Finances, January 17, 1947
20. Emspak to Ben Contra Regarding Officers List, January 23, 1947
21. Emspak to Flood Regarding Union Procedures, April 21, 1947
22. Emspak to Hawkins Regarding Speaker, October 20, 1948
23. Emspak to Flood Regarding Finances, August 15, 1949
24. Emspak to Cecil Friend Regarding Finances, January 23, 1950
25. Emspak to McCarthy Regarding Finances, March 20, 1950
26. Emspak to McCarthy Regarding Finances, October 2, 1950
Folder 93 Local 711 Incoming Correspondence, August 7, 1942-November 28, 1949
1. Albert Fitzgerald to Phillip Schwaner Regarding Convention, August 7, 1942
2. Fitzgerald to Schwaner Regarding Convention, August 18, 1942
3. Fitzgerald to Schwaner Regarding Rally, April 2, 1943
4. Fitzgerald to J. Hawkins Regarding Constitution, December 16, 1943
5. Fitzgerald to Hawkins Regarding Constitution, August 9, 1943
6. Fitzgerald to Tony Mollotto Regarding Constitution, March 31, 1944
7. Fitzgerald to Mollotto Regarding Constitution, August 9, 1944
8. Fitzgerald to Mollotto Regarding Constitution, September 6, 1944
9. Fitzgerald to Hawkins Regarding Membership, October 20, 1948
10. Fitzgerald to Hawkins Regarding Membership, August 15, 1959
11. Nathan Geller to Hawkins Regarding Finances, November 14, 1941
12. Herbert Hisrhberg to Carl Friend Regarding Taft-Hartley Hearing, November 28, 1949
13. Stanley Loney to Hawkins Regarding Hearings, August 23, 1949
14. Loney to Sayse Sheets Regarding Hearing, August 24, 1949
15. Loney to Connie Farr Regarding Hearing, August 24, 1949
16. Loney to Charles Zuber Regarding Hearing, August 24, 1949
Folder 94 Local 711 Incoming Correspondence, Februay 21, 1940-June 6, 1941
1. James Matles to J. Hawkins Regarding Wage Rates, February 21, 1940
2. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Publications, March 8, 1940
3. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Wage Rates, March 15, 1940
4. Matles to Henry Henke Regarding Letter, March 29, 1940
5. Matles to Henke Regarding Wage Rates, April 11, 1940
6. Matles to Henke Regarding Wage Rates, May 24, 1940
7. Matles to Henke Regarding Information Request, June 1, 1940
8. Matles to Henke Regarding Local Interaction, July 23, 1940
9. Matles to Henke Regarding Dues, July 23, 1940
10. Matles to Henke Regarding Dues, July 31, 1940
11. Matles to Henke Regarding Materials, August 2, 1940
12. Matles to Henke Regarding Informaiton Request, August 16, 1940
13. Matles to Henke Regarding Information Request, Septemer 13, 1940
14. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Supplies, December 12, 1940
15. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Supplies, December 14, 1940
16. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Campaign Finances, December 17, 1940
17. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Wage Rates, December 23, 1940
18. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Wage Rates, January 3, 1941
19. Matles to John Forwith Regarding Local Support, January 13, 1941
20. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Finances, February 11, 1941
21-22. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Supplies, March 7, 1941
23. Matles to Hawkins Regarding American Federation of Labor Activities, March 19, 1941
24. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Negotiations, March 27, 1941
25. Matles to Forwith Regarding Contract, April 29, 1941
26. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Information Request, May 6, 1941
27. Matles to Forwith Regarding Certification, May 13, 1941
28. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Supplies, May 16, 1941
29. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Contract, June 6, 1941
Folder 95 Local 711 Incoming Correspondence, October 23, 1941-November 27, 1959
1. James Matles to John Hawkins Regarding Meeting, October 23, 1941
2. Matles to John Forwith Regarding Information Request, October 29, 1941
3. Matles to Forwith Regarding Letter, November 19, 1941
4. Matles to Forwith Regarding Audit, November 25, 1941
5. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Elections, December 11, 1941
6. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Elections, January 2, 1942
7. Matles to Joe Pifer Regarding Travel Plans, January 27, 1942
8. Matles to Orin Hunter Regarding UE Board Procedures, February 9, 1942
9. Matles to Sid Earhart Regarding Meeting, February 17, 1942
10. Matles to Hunter Regarding Wage Rates, February 18, 1942
11. Matles to Earhart Regarding Conference, March 12, 1942
12. Matles to Earhart Regarding Materials, April 17, 1942
13. Matles to Phillip Schwaner Regarding Letter, May 19, 1942
14. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Letter, July 20, 1942
15. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Letter, August 12, 1942
16. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Finances, September 18, 1942
17. Matles to Earhart Regarding Letter, September 24, 1942
18. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Information Request, February 17, 1942
19. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Materials, April 9, 1943
20. Matles to Willa Gallway Regarding Publications, July 6, 1943
21. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Information Request, July 14, 1943
22. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Publications, March 3, 1947
23. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Publications, April 7, 1947
24. Matles to W. McCarthy Regarding Contract, November 27, 1959
25. Matles to A. Gilmore Regarding Staff Assignments
26. Edward Matthews to Hawkins Regarding Letter, December 6, 1943
27. Matles to Hawkins Regarding Factionalism, May 26, 1949
Folder 96 Local 711 Incoming Correspondence, October 23, 1941-June 15, 1949
1. Richard Nieber to J. Hawkins Regarding Local Business, October 20, 1948
2. Charles Newell to H. Henke Regarding Negotiations, October 22, 1940
3. Connie Parr to Hawkins Regarding Meeting Minutes, August 12, 1949
4. A. Towsen to Bob Arnold Regarding Wage Rates, August 24, 1943
5. Russll Yarman to UE Local 711 Regarding Meeting, June 15, 1949
6. Unsigned Letter to Hawkins Regarding Charges Filed, October 23, 1941
7. UE to Phillip Schwaner Regarding Travel Plans, February 28, 1942
8. UE Office to Sidney Earhart Regarding Mailing, June 8, 1942
9. UE Office to Schwaner Regarding Mailing, June 8, 1942
10. Addresses of Westinghouse Locals
Folder 97 Local 711 Outgoing Correspondence, January 3, 1941-August 8, 1949
1. Robert Arnold to Edward Matthews Regarding Publications, May 13, 1943
2. Arnold to James Matles Regarding Wage Rates, August 19, 1943
3. Jacob Campbell to Julius Emspak Regarding Address, August 18, 1941
4. Sid Earhart to Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 16, 1942
5. Earhart to Matles Regarding Negotiations, March 7, 1942
6. Earhart to Matles Regarding Supplies, April 14, 1942
7. Earhart to Matles Regarding Wages, May 26, 1942
8. Earhart to Matles Regarding Contract, July 30, 1942
9. Earhart to Matles Regarding Negotiations, August 6, 1942
10. Earhart to Matles Regarding Wage Negotiations, August 10, 1942
11. Earhart to Matles Regarding Elections, September 20, 1942
12. Earhart to Matles Regarding Maintenance Rates
13. Tom Flood to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 28, 1944
14. Flood to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 15, 1944
15. Flood to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 27, 1945
16. Flood to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 8, 1947
17. Flood to UE Regarding Stewards List, April 30, 1947
18. Flood to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 7, 1947
19. Flood to UE Regarding Local Meeting, June 13, 1949
20. Flood to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 8, 1949
21. J. Forwith to Matles Regarding Local Progress, January 3, 1941
22. Forwith to Matles Regarding Materials, January 4, 1941
23. Forwith to Matles Regarding Production, January 9, 1941
24. Forwith to Matles Regarding Election of Officers, May 1, 1941
25. Forwith to Matles Regarding Membership, May 8, 1941
26. Forwith to Matles Regarding Membership, June 11, 1941
Folder 98 Local 711 Outgoing Correspondence, March 8, 1940-January 3, 1950
1. J. Forwith to Julius Emspak Regarding Bonding, July 8, 1941
2. Forwith to Emspak Regarding Furlough List, August 19, 1941
3. Forwith, et al to James Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, October 20, 1941
4. Forwith to Emspak Regarding Mailing, October 21, 1941
5. Forwith to Matles Regarding Meeting Negotiations, October 26, 1941
6. Forwith to Matles Regarding Meeting Resolution, November 17, 1941
7. Cecil Friend to Emspak Regarding Dues, January 3, 1950
8. W. Galloway to UE News Regarding Officer Lists, January 24, 1943
9. A. Gilmore to Matles Regarding Charges Filed, February 14, 1941
10. Joseph Hawkins to Matles Regarding Wage Rates, March 8, 1940
11. Hawkins to UE Regarding Conference Report, December 6, 1940
12. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Meeting Results, December 9, 1941
13. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Finances, December 11, 190
14. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Charter, January 22, 1941
15. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Supplies, February 10, 1941
16. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Negotiations, March 14, 1941
17. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Supplies, May 16, 1941
18. Hawkins to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 2, 1941
19. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Supplies, March 5, 1941
20. Hawkins to Emspak Regarding Conference, August 8, 1941
21. Hawkins to Francis Perkins Regarding Dues, August 19, 1941
22. Hawkins to William Orr Regarding Lay-offs, September 17, 1941
23. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Information Request, October 23, 1941
24. Hawkins to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 30, 1941
Folder 99 Local 711 Outgoing Correspondence, November 13, 1941-November 3, 1949
1. J. Hawkins to James Matles Regarding Audit, November 13, 1941
2. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Election, December 8, 1941
3. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Contract, July 18, 1942
4. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Wage Rates, August 7, 1942
5. Hawkins to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 4, 1943
6. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, February 9, 1943
7. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Contract, April 6, 1943
8. Hawkins to Matthews Regarding Amendment, December 6, 1943
9. Hawkins to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Grievances, December 13, 1943
10. Hawkins to Emspak Regarding Election, March 11, 1947
11. Hawkins to UE Bulletin Regarding Staff, April 28, 1947
12. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Meeting, November 4, 1947
13. Hawkins to Emspak Regarding Co-op Stores, October 16, 1948
14. Hawkins to Local 711 Regarding Meeting, April 5, 1949
15. Hawkins to Fitzgerald Regarding Conference Results, May 17, 1949
16. Hawkins to Dave Scribner Regarding Meeting, September 2, 1949
17. Hawkins to Fitzgerald Regarding Local Dissaffiliation, November 3, 1949
18. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Meeting Resolution
19. Hawkins to Emspak Regarding Meeting
20. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Meeting
21. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Audit
22. Hawkins to Matles Regarding Contract
23. Hawkins to UE Regarding Mailing
Folder 100 Local 711 Outgoing Correspondence, February 21, 1940-October 24, 1959
1. Henry Henke to UE Regarding Production, February 21, 1940
2. Henke to James Carey Regarding Publications, February 28, 1940
3. Henke to James Matles Regarding Certifications, March 23, 1940
4. Henke to Matles Regarding Membership, March 28, 1940
5. Henke to Matles Regarding Wages, May 30, 1940
6. Henke to Matles Regarding Conference, July 9, 1940
7. Henke to Matles Regarding Dues, July 31, 1940
8. Henke to Matles Regarding Information Request, July 29, 1940
9. Henke to Matles Regarding Minutes, August 14, 1940
10. Henke to Matles Regarding Information Request, September 13, 1940
11. Henke to Julius Emspak Regarding Production, February 10, 1943
12. Orin Hunter to Matles Regarding Wages, February 17, 1942
13. Anthony Mallotto to Emspak Regarding Credentials, July 5, 1944
14. Mallotto to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Constitution, August 30, 1944
15. Scott McCarthy to Matles Regarding Contract, October 24, 1959
16. W. McCarthy to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 1, 1946
17. W. McCarthy to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 8, 1946
18. W. McCarthy to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 7, 1950
19. W. McCarthy to Emspak Regarding Finances
20. Joe Pifer to Matles Regarding Travel Plans, January 27, 1942
21. Pifer to Emspak Regarding Materials, October 8, 1942

Box 6
Folder 1 Local 711 Outgoing Corrspondence, June 14, 1940-August 12, 1949
1. Phillip Schwaner to James Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 18, 1942
2. Schwaner to Matles Regarding Meeting, March 16, 1942
3. Schwaner to Matles Regarding Meeting Results, April 5, 1942
4. Schwaner to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 17, 1942
5. Schwaner to R. Klaunser Regarding Mailing, June 11, 1942
6. Schwaner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, August 5, 1942
7. Schwaner to Julius Emspak Regarding Address, September 27, 1942
8. Schwaner to Emspak Regarding Election, December 14, 1942
9. Schwaner to Emspak Regarding Address, October 23, 1944
10. Russell Yarmon to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 25, 1943
11. Yarmon to Local 711 Regarding Meeting, June 15, 1949
12. Charles Zuberto to Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployed Members, June 27, 1949
13. Zuberto to Fitzgerald Regarding Election, August 12, 1949
14. Zuberto to J. Hawkins Regarding Unemployed Members, August 12, 1949
15. Industrial Relations Department
16. Unsigned Letter to Matles Regarding Staff Recommendations, March 27, 1942
17. Local 711 to Members Regarding Union Organization, June 14, 1940
Folder 2 Local 711 Per Capita Reports, December 1941
Folder 3 Local 711 Receipt, January 19, 1942
Folder 4 Local 711 Newspapers, June 1940-September 1949
1-9. Seven Eleven, June 20, 1940-September 1949
10. General Electric News, October 8, 1949
Folder 5 Local 711 Mansfield UE News, December 29, 1945-December 10, 1948
Folder 6 Local 711 Pamphlet, UE Let's Keep It, 1949
Folder 7 Local 711 Leaflets, January 26, 1940-June 19, 1949
1. "Schedule of Meetings," January 26, 1940
2. "Mr. Van Derau's Answer," April 10, 1940
3. "Notice of Election," July 2, 1940
4. "Membreship Meeting," June 19, 1949
5. "The Community Chest"
6. "The Result"
7. "No Brass Bands"
8. "Westinghouse Workers"
9. "Our Letter to Mr. Van Derau"
10. "Attention Westinghouse Workers"
11. "Westinghouse Workers"
12. "Westinghouse Election"
13. "What's On Your Mind"
14. "Date is Set"
15. "Holiday Greetings"
16. "A New Deal For You"
17. "UE Landslide"
18. "AF of L"
19. "Union Labeled Products Are In Demand"
20. "Where to From Here"
Folder 8 Local 711 Newspaper Clippings, November 26, 1942-November 17, 1946
1. Mansfield News, March 26, 1942
2. "Communist Minority Active in CIO", November 15, 1946
3. "Trustworthy Leadership is Vital Factor", November 16, 1946
4. "Beware of Communist Propagandists" November 17, 1946
5. "UE Group Demands Red Ouster for Certain CIO Unions"
6. "Overtime Pay Cut Proposed"
Folder 9 Local 711 Community Chest Publications, 1940
1. Works Manager Letter to Each Employee, April 18, 1940
2. Community Chest, 1940
Folder 10 Local 711 Collective Bargaining, July 11-September 27, 1940
1. Meeting Minutes, July 11, 1940
2. Meeting Minutes, July 17, 1940
3. Schedule of Operations, July 1940
4. Meeting Minutes, July 30, 1940
5. Meeting Minutes, August 7, 1940
6. Meeting Minutes, August 21, 1940
7. Meeting Minutes, September 4, 1940
8. Meeting Minutes, September 18, 1940
9. Meeting Minutes, September 27, 1940
10. Petition to Negotiate Committee
Folder 11 Local 711 Collective Bargaining, 1942
1. Proposed Changes to Westinghouse Contract, February 1942
2. James Matles to Charles Newell, February 17, 1942
3. Meeting with Westinghouse, March 4, 1942
Folder 12 Local 711 Strike, January 2-March 18, 1946
1. Plans for Operation in Case of Strike, January 2, 1946
2. W.F. McCarthy to Julius Emspak with Report of Farmer's Meeting, March 18, 1946
3. Statement on Wages
Folder 13 Local 711 Political Action Committee, Joseph Vejlupek Letters to Julius Emspak, October 13-December 10, 1947
Folder 14 Local 711 Factionalism, November 1948-June 21, 1949
1. Herbert Hirshberg to Julius Emspak, November 17, 1948
2. Albert Fitzgerald to Hirshberg, November 22, 1948
3. Membership Meeting Minutes, June 19, 1949
4. Richard Neibur to James Matles, June 21, 1949
Folder 15 Local 711 Factionalism, Hearing, August 30, 1949
Folder 16 Local 711 Factionalism, 1949
1. Albert Fitzgerald to Richard Neibur, November 4, 1949
2. Memo, December 1949
Folder 17 Local 711 Loan, January 10-14, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg, January 10, 1950
2. Hirshberg to Emspak, January 14, 1950
Folder 18 Local 711 Correspondence, January 2, 1940-April 6, 1950
1. Henry Henke to James Matles Regarding Wages with January 2, 1940, Wage List, April 4, 1940
2. Julius Emspak to Matles Regarding Organization, July 3, 1940
3. Dave Davis Memo to Matles Regarding M. Tucker, September 25, 1940
4. Memo Regarding Bargaining Unit, April 28, 1941
5. Richard Neibur to Matles Regarding Factionalism, April 14, 1942
6. Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Finances, April 14, 1942
7. Memo to H.E. Avlin Regarding Vacations, July 27, 1942
8. Election Results Regarding Local 711 Officers, December 2, 1946
9. Avlin Letter Regarding Plant Closure, May 6, 1947
10. Neiber to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Kersten Committee, September 28, 1948
11. David Scribner to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, April 6, 1950
12. Memo Regarding War Production Board
Folder 19 Local 711 Mansfield Westinghouse, March-December, 1937
Folder 20 Local 711 Mansfield Westinghouse, April 4, 1937-February 11, 1938

Section: Local 712 (Canton)

Folder 21 Local 712 (Canton) Officers Lists, July 16, 1945-July 10, 1947
Folder 22 Local 712 (Canton) Incoming Correspondence, July 24, 1945-August 11, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to D. Cotton Regarding Fees, July 24, 1945
2. Emspak to Leonard Hass Regarding Finances, August 11, 1947
Folder 23 Local 712 (Canton) Outgoing Correspondence, February 13, 1946-December 27, 1947
1. D. Cotton Letter Regarding Supplies,
2. M. DiGiacomo to Julius Emspak Regarding Membership List, February 13, 1946
3. DiGiacomo to Emspak Regarding Officers, July 8, 1946
4. DiGiacomo to Emspak Regarding Officers List, November 5, 1946
5. DiGiacomo to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 27, 1947
Folder 24 Local 712 (Canton) Charter Fees, May 17, 1945
Folder 25 Local 712 (Canton) Organization, April 21-May 21, 1945
1. Julius Emspak Memo to Ray, April 21, 1945
2. Emspak to Fred Haug, May 7, 1945
3. Haug to Ray Klausner, May 10, 1945
4. Emspak to Haug, May 18, 1945
5. Emspak to Victor Decavitch, May 21, 1945
Folder 26 Local 712 (Canton) Disbanding, October 30-Novmeber 20, 1947
1. Ralph Marcus to Julius Emspak, October 30, 1947
2. Emspak to Marcus, November 13, 1947
3. Marcus to Emspak, Novmeber 20, 1947

Section: Local 712 (Mansfield)

Folder 27 Local 712 (Mansfield) Constitution and By-Laws
Folder 28 Local 712 (Mansfield) Incoming Correspondence, March 10-July 1, 1937
1. Julius Emspak to George Sprang Regarding Supplies, March 10, 1937
2. Emspak to Harris Frye Regarding Local Organization, April 27, 1937
3. Emspak to Sprang Regarding Constitution, May 17, 1937
4. Emspak to Frye Regarding Supplies, June 3, 1937
5. Emspak to Frye Regarding Finances, July 1, 1937
6. Edward Matthews to Sprang Regarding Supplies, April 5, 1937
7. Matthews to Sprang Regarding Finances, April 12, 1937
Folder 29 Local 712 (Mansfield) Outgoing Correspondence, March 4-June 30, 1937
1. Harris Frye to UE Regarding Finances, April 20, 1937
2. Frye to UE Regarding Finances, May 28, 1937
3. Frye to UE Regarding Finances, June 28, 1937
4. George Sprang to UE Regarding Finances, March 5, 1937
5. Sprang to UE Regarding Supplies, April 3, 1937
6. Sprang to UE Regarding Supplies, April 10, 1937
7. Sprang to UE Regarding Constitution, May 5, 1937
8. Sprang to UE Regarding Registration, June 30, 1937
9. Unsigned Letter to Julius Emspak Regarding Charter Fees, March 4, 1937
Folder 30 Local 712 (Mansfield) Financial Reports, April 20-June 28, 1937
Folder 31 Local 712 (Mansfield) Notices of Delinquency, November-December 1937
Folder 32 Local 712 (Mansfield) Supply Requesition

Section: Local 713

Folder 33 Local 713 Officers List, November 14, 1946-March 20, 1956
Folder 34 Local 713 Constitution, September 14, 1945-January 18, 1950
Folder 35 Local 713 Incoming Correspondence, November 29, 1945-June 28, 1956
1. Bill Cahn to J. Jordan Regarding Advertising, May 19, 1948
2. Julius Emspak to Betty Reigle Regarding Fees, November 29, 1945
3. Emspak to Anna Hager Regarding Aid Request, August 13, 1947
4. Emspak to Ester Colvin Regarding Check, June 23, 1948
5. Emspak to Harry Rhodes Regarding Finances, August 28, 1950
6. Emspak to Rhodes Regarding Materials, September 12, 1950
7. Emspak to Rhodes Regarding Finances, November 22, 1950
8. Emspak to Elmer Diehr Regarding Strike Fund, December 16, 1955
9. Emspak to Diehr Regarding Strike, January 20, 1956
10. Emspak to Charles Bell Regarding Staff, June 28, 1956
11. James Matles to Diehr Regarding Defense Fund, November 9, 1955
Folder 36 Local 713 Outgoing Correspondence, November 26, 1945-February 18, 1956
1. Charles Bell to James Matles Regarding Staff Performance, June 23, 1956
2. Ester Colvin to Julius Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, July 16, 1946
3. Elmer Diehr to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, December 12, 1955
4. Diehr to Charles Grey Regarding Strike Fund, February 18, 1956
5. Mildred Irish to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1945
6. J. Jordan to J. Dermody Regarding Publicity, May 17, 1948
7. Jordan to Dermody Regarding Finances, June 15, 1948
8. Betty Reigle to Emspak Regarding Fees, November 26, 1945
Folder 37 Local 713 Union Dues and Fees, June 17, 1947-March 19, 1951
Folder 38 Local 713 Union Dues and Fees, April 17, 1951-April 14, 1953
Folder 39 Local 713 Union Dues and Fees, May 12, 1953-April 22, 1957
Folder 40 Local 713 Statements
Folder 41 Local 713 Pamphlets, October 1949
1. Workers Benefits Regarding United Auto Workers and Carey Raiders, October 1949
2. Collective of Union Dues
Folder 42 Local 713 Organization, June 19-July 16-1945
1. C.H. Van Tyne to Julius Emspak, June 19, 1945
2. Emspak to Van Tyne, June 26, 1945
3. Emspak to Victor Decavitch. July 26, 1945
4. Emspak to Van Tyne, July 26, 1945
Folder 43 Local 713 Correspondence, March 18, 1946-September 24, 1956
1. Termination of Strike, March 18, 1946
2. Joseph Vejlupek to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 28, 1946
3. Richard Neiber to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 23, 1948
4. Rosemary King to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 17, 1949
5. Authur Kinoy to James Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, September 24, 1956
Folder 44 Local 713 Correspondence, C. Toll to Esther Colvin Regarding Dues, April 22, 1947
Folder 45 Local 713 Akron Correspondence, March 9-December 17, 1937
Folder 46 Local 713 Akron Delinquency and Suspension Notices, Financial Reports, Receipts and Correspondence, March 1, 1937-Auguat 30, 1938

Section: Local 714

Folder 47 Local 714 Constitution, September 18, 1945
Folder 48 Local 714 Incoming Correspondence, September 1, 1944-June 22, 1953
1. Julius Emspak to Alfred Zuber Regarding Letter, September 1, 1944
2. Emspak to Zuber Regarding Information Recieved, September 11, 1944
3. Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Letter, September 21, 1945
4. Emspak to John Steele Regarding Fees, January 3, 1946
5. Emspak to Roy Seville Regarding Supplies, August 8, 1950
6. Emspak to Richard Manner Regarding Finances, November 24, 1950
7. Emspak to Seville Regarding Finances, February 6, 1951
8. Emspak to Leonard Harris Regarding Financial Support, December 3, 1952
9. Sterling Neal to Local 714 Regarding Finances, June 22, 1953
Folder 49 Local 714 Outgoing Correspondence, August 30, 1944-January 15, 1952
1. Adelbert Arend Letter Regarding Dues
2. Richard Manner Letter Regarding Resolution
3. Manner Letter Regarding Supplies
4. Manner to UE Regarding Finances
5. Roy Seville Letter Regarding Supplies, August 4, 1950
6. Seville to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, February 1, 1951
7. Seville to Emspak Regarding Election, January 15, 1952
8. John Steele to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 26, 1945
9. Alfred Zuber to Emspak Regarding Strike, September 1945
10. Zuber Letter Regarding Finances, August 30, 1944
11. Zuber Letter Regarding Contract, July 8, 1946
Folder 50 Local 714 Organization, December 14, 1943-January 13, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Haug, December 14, 1943
2. Haug to Emspak, December 14, 1943
3. Haug to Emspak, December 17, 1943
4. Emspak to Haug, December 22, 1943
5. Haug to Emspak, December 29, 1943
6. Emspak to Haug, January 7, 1944
7. Haug to Emspak, January 7, 1944
8. Emspak to Victor Decavitch, January 12, 1944
9-10. Emspak to Haug, January 13, 1944
Folder 51 Local 714 Per Capita Withholdings, September 1-8, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch with August 30, 1944, Alfred Zuber Letter, September 1, 1944
2. Decavitch to Emspak, September 8, 1944
Folder 52 Local 714 Bluffton Triplett Electric, August 6, 1936-March 3, 1938
Folder 53 Local 714 Strike, September 17-November 4, 1946
1. J.E. Carroll to Philip Murray, September 17, 1946
2. Allan Haywood to Albert Fitzgerald, September 19, 1946
3. Haywood to Carroll, September 19, 1946
4. Victor Decavitch to Julius Emspak, October 2, 1946
5. Herbert Hirshberg to James Matles, November 4, 1946
Folder 54 Local 714 Strike Correspondence, February 22, 1972-June 18, 1979
Folder 55 Local 714 Bluffton Triplette Electric, March 15, 1937-July 29, 1938
Folder 56 Local 714 Sandusky Correspondence, October 2, 1956-May 19, 1964
Folder 57 Local 714 Sandusky G & C Foundry Correspondence and Receipts, July 31, 1992-December 2, 1993
Folder 58 Local 714 Correspondence, October 11, 1945-November 20, 1952
1. J.K. Smith to Julius Emspak Regarding Strike, October 11, 1945
2. Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg Regarding Per Capita, August 8, 1950
3. Emspak to Hirshberg Regarding Finances, February 6, 1951
4. Emspak to Hirshberg Regarding Finances and Officers, January 22, 1952
5. Hirshberg to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 25, 1952
6. Bert Washington to Emspak, November 20, 1952

Section: Local 715

Folder 59 Local 715 Officers Lists, December 30, 1941-January 29, 1952
Folder 60 Local 715 Constitution, December 29, 1947
Folder 61 Local 715 Incoming Correspondence, September 30, 1941-January 5, 1952
1. Bill Cahn to Vernon Law Regarding Publications, April 11, 1949
2. Julius Emspak to David Turner Regarding Supplies, September 30, 1941
3. Emspak to George Bender Regarding Officers List, January 5, 1952
4. Emspak to Bender Regarding Bonding, January 15, 1942
5. Emspak to Bender Regarding Local Organization, January 30, 1942
6. Emspak to Bender Regarding Supplies, February 26, 1942
7. Emspak to Bender Regarding Telegram, May 1, 1942
8. Emspak to Bender Regarding Finances, October 19, 1942
9. Emspak to H. Ersman Regarding Supplies, May 6, 1943
10. Emspak to Howard Mooney Regarding Bonding, August 11, 1943
11. Emspak to Ersman Regarding Finances, November 11, 1943
12. Emspak to Mooney Regarding Letter, March 9, 1944
13. Emspak to John Janowitz Regarding Fees, February 16, 1945
14. Emspak to Lucille Kapunscinski Regarding Benefits, August 26, 1946
15. Emspak to Guy Troyan Regarding Supplies, April 4, 1947
16. Emspak to John Jerse Regarding Finances, August 3, 1950
17. James Matles to Donald Turner Regarding Contracts, October 23, 1941
18. Clifford McAvoy to William Randall Regarding Finances, June 25, 1946
19. Don Pinkston to Charles Ermer Regarding Publications, November 27, 1945
20. David Rosston to Local 715 Regarding Bonding, May 14, 1943
Folder 62 Local 715 Outgoing Correspondence, October 21, 1941-July 31, 1950
1. George Bender to Julius Emspak Regarding Bonding, January 13, 1942
2. Bender to Emspak Regarding Membership List, January 26, 1942
3. Bender to Emspak Regarding Bonding, February 23, 1942
4. Bender to Emspak Regarding Price Control, April 26, 1942
5. Charles Eimer to UE Regarding Publications
6. Harry Eisman to Emspak Regarding Dues, November 9, 1943
7. John Janowitz to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 31, 1950
8. John Jerse to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 31, 1950
9. Lucille Kapuscinski to Janet Barish Regarding Benefits, August 7, 1946
10. Howard Mooney to Emspak Regarding Contract, February 29, 1944
11. John Phillips to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignment, May 28, 1943
12. William Randall to C. McAvoy Regarding Finances, May 25, 1946
13. Guy Troyan to Emspak Regarding Resolution, February 28, 1947
14. Troyan to Phillip Murray Regarding Resolution, February 28, 1947
15. Troyan to Emspak Regarding Board Decision, March 19, 1947
16. Troyan to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 19, 1947
17. Troyan to John Burns Regarding Union Condemnation, April 22, 1947
18. Troyan to Local 813 Regarding Union Support, September 27, 1948
19. Troyan to Charles Kersten Regarding Protest, September 27, 1948
20. Troyan to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding News in Issues, October 12, 1949
21. Troyan to Murray Regarding Strike Support, October 12, 1949
22. David Turner to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 21, 1941
23. Turner to Emspak Regarding Requested Organizers, September 27, 1942
Folder 63 Local 715 Financial Bonding, February 26, 1942
Folder 64 Local 715 Financial Report, March 1944
Folder 65 Local 715 Per Capita, November 9-12, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Haug, November 9, 1943
2. Haug to Emspak, November 12, 1943
Folder 66 Local 715 Mailing List, October 3-8, 1951
1. Herbert Hirshberg to Julius Emspak, October 3, 1951
2. Emspak to Hirshberg, October 8, 1951
Folder 67 Local 715 Cleveland Reliance Electric, April 6, 1937-January 31, 1938
Folder 68 Local 715 Cleveland Reliance Electric, March 11, 1937-August 23, 1938
Folder 69 Local 715 Correspondence, Fred Keller Memo to James Matles Regarding Strike, February 1950

Section: Local 716

Folder 70 Local 716 Officers Lists, December 22-April 16, 1949
Folder 71 Local 716 Constitution, January 9, 1946
Folder 72 Local 716 Incoming Correspondence, September 30, 1943-December 3, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Ms Clayton Regarding Bonding, September 30, 1943
2. Emspak to Joseph Hicks Regarding Bonding, April 28, 1944
3. Emspak to Lilliam Wade Regarding Bonding, February 7, 1945
4. Emspak to Wade Regarding Bonding, December 11, 1946
5. Emspak to Wade Regarding Forwarded Information, February 25, 1947
6. Emspak to Wade Regarding Finances, March 1, 1946
7. Emspak to Sara White Regarding Finances, November 17, 1948
8. Albert Fitzgerald to Wade Regarding Consititution, September 11, 1944
9. Fitzgerald to C. Saller Regarding Letter, January 7, 1947
10. Herbert Hirshberg to Louise Brogle Regarding Officer Secession, December 3, 1949
11. Hirshberg to Local 716 Officers Regarding Revoked Membership, December 3, 1949
Folder 73 Local 716 Outgoing Correspondence, November 21, 1943-July 21, 1949
1. Donald Duston to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 22, 1946
2. Maggie Grant to UE Regarding Supplies, July 21, 1949
3. Grant to UE Regarding Officers, August 10, 1949
4. Joseph Hacks to UE Regarding Bonding, April 25, 1944
5. Thelma James to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 21, 1943
6. Lonia Mae Rico to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 7, 1948
7. Rico Letter Regarding Bonding, June 24, 1948
8. Eleanor Rodgers to Louise Brogle Regarding Lay-offs, July 21, 1949
9. Rodgers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations
10. N. Sallie to Fitzgerald Regarding Termination, December 30, 1949
11. Lillian Wade Letter Regarding Constitution, September 8, 1944
12. Wade to Emspak Regarding Bonding, January 28, 1945
13. Wade Letter Regarding Finances, February 20, 1945
14. Wade Letter Regarding Finances
Folder 74 Local 716 Cleveland Grahling Electric, April 8, 1937-January 26, 1938
Folder 75 Local 716 Cleveland Grahling Electric Finances, April 1, 1937-June 14, 1938
Folder 76 Local 716 Organization, September 20-October 13, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Leo Turner, September 20, 1943
2. Turner to Emspak, October 2, 1943
3. Emspak to Turner, October 3, 1943
4. Emspak to Turner, October 13, 1943
Folder 77 Local 716 Correspondence, April 5, 1944-November 19, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Haug Regarding Per Capita, April 5, 1944
2. Joseph Vejlupek to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 6, 1946
3. Richard Niebur to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, June 16, 1947
4. Joseph Persily to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 19, 1949

Section: Local 717

Folder 78 Local 717 Officers Lists, November 12, 1943-January 20, 1949
Folder 79 Local 717 Executive Board Minutes, March 4, 1945
Folder 80 Local 717 Constitution, August 8, 1949
Folder 81 Local 717 Warren Sunlight Electric, April 10-December 30, 1937
Folder 82 Local 717 Membership Minutes, November 1, 1942
Folder 83 Local 717 Resolutions, July 25, 1944
Folder 84 Local 717 Incoming Correspondence, July 17, 1941-October 13, 1949
1. Julius Emspak Letter Regarding Bonding, July 17, 1941
2. Emspak to Roy Stein Regarding Constitution, October 27, 1941
3. Emspak to Edward Luscombe Regarding Audit, September 21, 1942
4. Emspak to Charles Parker Regarding Bonding, March 30, 1943
5. Emspak to Ella Mae Garner Regarding Staff Assignment, December 29, 1943
6. Emspak to Parker Regarding Staff Assignments, December 29, 1943
7. Emspak to Garner Regarding Letter, January 3, 1944
8. Emspak to Parker Regarding Finances, March 13, 1944
9. Emspak to Parker Regarding Questionnaire, April 8, 1944
10. Emspak to Parker Regarding Fees, February 16, 1945
11. Emspak to John McFall Regarding Check, October 26, 1945
12. Emspak to Sid Sayers Regarding Dues, January 8, 1945
13. Emspak to Local 717 Regarding Supplies, October 22, 1947
14. Emspak to James Sayers Regarding Resolution, November 10, 1947
15. Emspak to Homer Pierce Regarding Finances, July 30, 1948
16. Emspak to J. Sayers Regarding Fees, September 12, 1949
17. Emspak to J. Sayers Regarding Strike, October 13, 1949
18. Albert Fitzgerald to John Beskid Regarding Staff Assignments, November 8, 1942
19. Fitzgerald to Luscombe Regarding Meeting Procedures, November 18, 1942
20. Fitzgerald to Luscombe Regarding Letter, February 8, 1943
21. Fitzgerald to Luscombe Regarding Amalgamation, December 3, 1943
22. Fitzgerald to Parker Regarding Resolution, August 23, 1946
23. Norma Gould to Parker Regarding Letter, February 11, 1943
Folder 85 Local 717 Incoming Correspondence, March 5, 1941-July 13, 1949
1. James Matles to Victor Decavitch Regarding Contract, March 5, 1941
2. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, March 18, 1941
3. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Meeting, March 24, 1941
4. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, March 26, 1942
5. Matles to Arthur Garfield Regarding Stoppage, April 5, 1941
6. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, April 18, 1941
7. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, May 15, 1941
8. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Finances, June 25, 1941
9. Matles to Decavitch Regarding Conference, July 23, 1941
10. Matles to M. Burkhart Regarding Apprenticeship, August 12, 1941
11. Matles to Burkhart Regarding Contract, August 14, 1941
12. Matles to Burkhart Regarding Apprenticeship, August 25, 1941
13. Matles to Burkhart Regarding Grievances, September 17, 1941
14. Matles to Roy Stein Regarding Constitution, September 22, 1941
15. Matles to John Beskid Regarding Negotiations, October 2, 1941
16. Matles to Beskid Regarding Conference, October 3, 1941
17. Matles to Beskid Regarding Grievances, October 13, 1941
18. Matles to Beskid Regarding Wage Rate, October 17, 1941
19. Matles to Beskid Regarding Grievances, November 10, 1941
20. Matles to Beskid Regarding Materials, December 3, 1942
21. Matles to Beskid Regarding Work Divisions, January 14, 1942
22. Matles to Charles Parker Regarding Letter, February 19, 1943
23. Matles to Edward Luscombe Regarding Company Actions, April 20, 1943
24. Matles to Luscombe Regarding Letter, June 25, 1943
25. Matles to Beskid Regarding Letter, December 13, 1945
26. Matles to Parker Regarding Briefs, December 13, 1945
27. Matles to Parker Regarding Wages, February 14, 1946
28. Matles to Homer Pierce Regarding Forwarded Information, November 8, 1948
29. Matles to Pierce Regarding Forwarded Information, December 15, 1948
30. Matles to James Sayers Regarding Letter, April 5, 1949
31. Matles to Sayers Regarding Finances, April 28, 1949
32. Matles to Edward Wedman Regarding Forwarded Information, July 13, 1949
33. Matles to Beskid Regarding Forwarded Information
Folder 86 Local 717 Incoming Correspondence, July 16, 1941-November 12, 1947
1. Thomas Neil to Angeo DeJacimo Regarding Finances, January 31, 1946
2. Albert Olson to Roy Stein Regarding Finances, July 16, 1941
3. David Ratner to Charles Parker Regarding Finances, March 12, 1946
4. David Scribner to Edward Luscombe Regarding Letter, December 4, 1943
5. Scribner to James Ayres Regarding Election, November 12, 1947
6. L. Uhlir to John Beskid Regarding Grievances, August 5, 1941
7. Uhlir to Maurice Burchart Regarding Meeting, August 7, 1941
8. Uhlir to Burchart Regarding Rates, October 9, 1941
Folder 87 Local 717 Outgoing Correspondence, April 12, 1941-February 20, 1946
1. John Beskid to James Matles Regarding Conferences, July 22, 1941
2. Beskid to Matles Regarding Rates, September 10, 1941
3. Beskid to Matles Regarding Meeting, October 3, 1941
4. Beskid to Matles Regarding Grievances, October 10, 1941
5. Beskid to Matles Regarding Strike, November 13, 1941
6. Beskid to Matles Regarding Proposals, December 19, 1941
7. Beskid to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Request, November 18, 1942
8. Beskid to Matles Regarding Forwarded Information, December 3, 1942
9. Beskid to David Scribner Regarding Veterans, November 20, 1945
10. Beskid to Matles Regarding Elections, December 4, 1945
11. M. Burchart to Matles Regarding Apprenticeship, August 7, 1941
12. Burchart to Matles Regarding Contract, August 13, 1941
13. Burchart to Matles Regarding Apprenticeship, August 21, 1941
14. Burchart to Matles Regarding Letter, August 21, 1941
15. Burchart to Matles Regarding Requested Information, August 21, 1941
16. Burchart to J. Estabrock Regarding Meeting, August 21, 1941
17. Victor Decavitch to Matles Regarding Contract, April 12, 1941
18. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 2, 1941
19. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, June 22, 1941
20. Decavitch to Matles Regarding Ratified Agreement
21. Ella Garner to Julius Emspak Regarding Amalgamation, December 31, 1943
22. Olga Kovach to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 20, 1945
23. Kovach to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 20, 1946
24. Edward Luscombe to Emspak Regarding Staff Assignments, August 3, 1942
25. Luscombe to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 4, 1942
26. Luscombe to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, November 5, 1942
Folder 88 Local 717 Outgoing Correspondence, January 4, 1943-December 3, 1946
1. Edward Luscombe to Julius Emspak Regarding Officer List, January 4, 1943
2. Luscombe to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, February 5, 1943
3. Luscombe to James Matles Regarding Grievances, April 15, 1943
4. Luscombe to Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 18, 1943
5. Luscombe to Hal Roach Regarding Meeting, September 9, 1943
6. Luscombe to Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 26, 1943
7. Luscombe to Emspak Regarding Bargaining, December 2, 1943
8. Luscombe to Matles Regarding Meeting Results
9. Charles Parker to Matles Regarding Letter, January 22, 1943
10. Parker to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 25, 1943
11. Parker to Emspak Regarding Staff, December 13, 1943
12. Parker to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 9, 1944
13. Parker to Neil Brant Regarding Resolution, May 12, 1944
14. Parker to Emspak Regarding Staff Change, June 7, 1944
15. Parker to Emspak Regarding Audit, July 13, 1944
16. Parker to Emspak Regarding Questionnaire, July 21, 1944
17. Parker to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Voting Procedures, August 19, 1944
18. Parker to B. MacGregor Regarding War Production, September 16, 1944
19. Parker to Victor Decavitch Regarding Leave of Absence, October 24, 1944
20. Parker to Emspak Regarding Fees, February 12, 1945
21. Parker to Emspak Regarding Motion, June 15, 1945
22. Parker to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 20, 1945
23. Parker to Matles Regarding Union Case, November 5, 945
24. Parker to Brant Regarding Meeting Results, November 20, 1945
25. Parker to Brant Regarding Negotiations, August 20, 1945
26. Parker to David Scribner Regarding Back Pay, March 7, 1946
27. Parker to Fitzgerald Regarding Resolutions, August 21, 1946
28. Parker to Matles Regarding Endorsed Conference Actions, December 3, 1946
Folder 89 Local 717 Outgoing Correspondence, August 15, 1941-October 7, 1949
1. Homer Price to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 16, 1948
2. Price to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 30, 1948
3. Price to Arthur Garfield Regarding Publications, August 25, 1948
4. Price to James Matles Regarding Plant Organization, October 28, 1948
5. Sid Sayers to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 3, 1947
6. James Sayers to Neil Brant Regarding Ratified Agreement, April 17, 1947
7. J. Sayers to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 2, 1947
8. J. Sayers to International Office Regarding Committee Members, June 27, 1947
9. J. Sayers to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 4, 1947
10. J. Sayers to Matles Regarding Briefs, March 31, 1949
11. J. Sayers to Emspak Regarding Fees, September 9, 1949
12. J. Sayers to Matles Regarding Condemned Staff Actions,
13. J. Sayers to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, October 7, 1949
14. Roy Stein to Emspak Regarding Committee Appointment, August 15, 1941
15. Stein to Matles Regarding Staff Change, September 8, 1941
16. Stein to Matles Regarding Constitution, September 17, 1941
17. Stein to Emspak Regarding Staff Changes, July 8, 1942
18. Executive Board to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, November 18, 1942
Folder 90 Local 717 Warren Sunlight Electric, April 16, 1937-August 16, 1938
Folder 91 Local 717 Newspaper, The Eye Opener, June 1949
Folder 92 Local 717 Leaflets, January 26, 1941-June 1, 1949
1. "GM Meeting," January 26, 1941
2. "Wages Real Issue," June 1, 1949
3. "Petition," June 1949
4. "GM Workers"
5. "Why Cry"
6. "Speedup-Senority: The Real Issues"
7. "Vote For . . ."
Folder 93 Local 717 Grievances, January 7-August 29, 1941
1. Grievance Form, January 7, 1941
2. Grievance Form, August 11, 1941
3. Grievance Statement with Time Cards, August 1941
4. H.W. Anderson to James Matles, August 29, 1941
Folder 94 Local 717 Amalgamation, June 22-December 4, 1943
1. H.W. Anderson to James Matles, June 22, 1943
2. Julius Emspak to Ella Mae Garner, October 28, 1943
3. Garner to Julius Emspak, November 1943
4. Emsak to Jean Blair, December 4, 1943
5. Agreement of Amalgamation, December 1943
6. Garner to Albert Fitzgerald, December 1943
Folder 95 Local 717 Staff Members, December 17-21, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, December 17, 1943
2. Decavitch to Emspak, December 21, 1943
Folder 96 Local 717 Political Action Committee, November 5-December 26, 1946
1. Report on PAC Contributions, November 5, 1946
2. Returns of PAC Contributions, December 26, 1946
Folder 97 Local 717 Correspondence and Resolution Statement, October 9, 1942-November 8, 1948
1. A.M. Cytle to the Men in the Armed Forces, October 9, 1942
2. Albert Fitzgerald to Victor Decavitch Regarding Factionalism, November 18, 1942
3. Fitzgerald to Decavitch, August 30, 1944
4. Paul Sheppard to Julius Emspak Regarding General Motors Contract, February 1946
5. Joint Wage Committee Resolution, April 15, 1947
6. James Matles to Robert Logsden Regarding Organization, November 8, 1948
Folder 98 Local 717 Grievances Regarding Job Classification, Wages and Productivity, January 25, 1949

Section: Local 718 (Springfield)

Folder 99 Local 718 (Springfield) Officers Lists, 1947-1948
Folder 100 Local 718 (Springfield) Constitution, October 4, 1948
Folder 101 Local 718 (Springfield) Incoming Correspondence, April 23-July 11, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to H. Dennison Regarding Officers List, April 23, 1947
2. Emspak to Everett Bateman Regarding Fees, May 27, 1947
3. Emspak to Bateman Regarding Supplies, July 11, 1947
Folder 102 Local 718 (Springfield) Outgoing Correspondence, July 10-September 12, 1947
1. Everette Bateman to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 10, 1947
2. Henry Rodgers to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, August 20, 1947
3. Henrietta Wortten to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Resolutions, September 12, 1947
Folder 103 Local 718 (Springfield) Publications, June 15-August 9, 1949
1-9. UE News and Views, June 15-August 9, 1949
10. UE Bulletin
Folder 104 Local 718 (Springfield) Leaflets
1. "Important Meeting"
2. "Hitler Justice"
Folder 105 Local 718 (Springfield) Organization, March 7-July 10, 1947
1. John Stamper to James Matles, March 7, 1947
2. Lem Markland to Ray Klausner, May 14, 1947
3. Julius Emspak to Markland, March 20, 1947
4. Markland to Klausner, March 25, 1947
5. Emspak to Markland, April 3, 1947
6. Alice Rose to Matles, April 15, 1947
7. Outline of Activity, April 16, 1947
8. Matles to Rose, April 24, 1947
9. Stamper to Matles, April 26, 1947
10. Emspak to Stamper, April 29, 1947
11. Rose to Emspak, May 17, 1947
12. Rose to Emspak, July 10, 1947
Folder 106 Local 718 (Springfield) Per Capita Payments, August 24-October 8, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Lem Markland, August 24, 1948
2. Jake Stass to Emspak, September 1, 1948
3. Markland to Emspak, October 8, 1948

Section: Local 718 (Yellow Springs)

Folder 107 Local 718 (Yellow Springs) Finances, July 10, 1945
1. Supplies, July 10, 1945
2. Return of Funds
3. Bank Statement
Folder 108 Local 718 (Yellow Springs) Disbanding, January 30-February 4, 1947
1. Arthur Garfield to Julius Emspak, January 30, 1947
2. Emspak to Garfield, February 4, 1947
Folder 109 Local 718 (Yellow Springs) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Henry Fiering Regarding Organization, July 10, 1945

Section: Local 718 (Youngstown)

Folder 110 Local 718 (Youngstown) Incoming Correspondence, April 7, 1937-January 13, 1938
1. Julius Emspak to W. Mohn Regarding Charter, April 7, 1937
2. Emspak to Ward Kenney Regarding Local Organization, April 18, 1937
3. Emspak to William Watters Regarding Union Membership, June 2, 1937
4. Emspak to Charles Hein Regarding Supplies, June 3, 1937
5. Emspak to Hein Regarding Supplies, June 18, 1937
6. Emspak to Irene Koivsto Regarding Charter, June 23, 1937
7. Emspak to Hein Regarding Finances, October 13, 1937
8. Emspak to Hein Regarding Supplies, October 29, 1937
9. Emspak to Hein Regarding Finances, January 13, 1938
10. Edward Matthews to Ward Kenney Regarding Supplies, April 28, 1937
11. Matthews to Hein Regarding Finances, May 11, 1937
12. Matthews to Kenney Regarding Supplies, May 11, 1937
Folder 111 Local 718 (Youngstown) Outgoing Correspondence, May 28, 1937-January 22, 1938
1-2. Charles Hein to UE Regarding Supplies, May 28, 1937
3. Hein to UE Regarding Finances, June 12, 1937
4. Hein to UE Regarding Finances, August 12, 1937
5. Hein to UE Regarding Finances, October 23, 1937
6. Hein to UE Regarding Supplies, December 1, 1937
7. Hein to UE Regarding Finances, January 22, 1938
8. Ward Kenney to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 27, 1937
9. Irene Koivisto to Emspak Regarding Charter, June 15, 1937
10. W. Mohn to Emspak Regarding Charter, March 31, 1937
11. William Watters to UE Regarding Membership Status, May 29, 1937
Folder 112 Local 718 (Youngstown) Financial Reports, January 3, 1937-March 3, 1938
Folder 113 Local 718 (Youngstown) Receipts, August 8, 1937-May 9, 1938
Folder 114 Local 718 (Youngstown) Notices of Suspension and Delinquency, November-December 1937
Folder 115 Local 718 (Youngstown) Supply Requisitions
Folder 116 Local 718 (Youngstown) Finances, July 14, 1937
1. Salary and Expense Letter, July 14, 1937
2. Payroll
3. Verification

Section: Local 719

Folder 117 Local 719 Officers Lists, February 16, 1944-February 22, 1950
Folder 118 Local 719 Constitution, April 9, 1945
Folder 119 Local 719 Incomming Correspondence, May 21, 1943-December 22, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Wallace Frantz Regarding Bonding, May 21, 1943
2. Emspak to Howard Barnett Regarding Bonding, November 9, 1943
3. Emspak to J. Smith Regarding Incentive Plan, April 25, 1944
4. Emspak to Karl Cook Regarding Letter, June 13, 144
5. Emspak to Gideon Fisher Regarding Bonding, February 15, 1945
6. Emspak to Joseph Cummings Regarding Fees, February 16, 1945
7. Emspak to Fisher Regarding Fees, March 2, 1945
8. Emspak to Frank Zeck Regarding Audit, March 20, 1945
9. Emspak to Zeck Regarding Officers Nominations, January 11, 1946
10. Emspak to Ed Patterson Regarding Acknowledged Letter, September 23, 1946
11. Emspak to Patterson Regarding Resolution, October 3, 1946
12. Emspak to Zeck Regarding Strike Fund, June 19, 1947
13. Emspak to Zeck Regarding Strike Fund, July 1, 1947
14. Emspak to Zeck Regarding Publicity, July 10, 1947
15. Albert Fitzgerald to Wallace Fratz Regarding Charter, May 27, 1943
16. Fitzgerald to L. Hertzog Regarding Elections, October 4, 1944
17. Herbert Hirshberg to Zeck Regardng Finances, December 22, 1950
18. James Matles to Terry Kandal Regarding Requested Information, July 28, 1943
19. David Ratner to Zeck Regarding Finances, December 7, 1950
Folder 120 Local 719 Outgoing Correspondence, May 24, 1943-November 29, 1946
1. Karl Cook to Julius Emspak Regarding Contract Violation, May 26, 1944
2. H. Barnett to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 13, 1944
3. Joseph Cummings to Emspak Regarding Publications, January 12, 1945
4. Gideon Fisher to Emspak Regarding Bonding, February 12, 1945
5. Fisher to Emspak Regarding Fees, February 19, 1945
6. Wallace Frantz to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Election, May 24, 1943
7. Frantz to Emspak Regarding Election, June 7, 1943
8. Frantz to Emspak Regarding Staff Change, August 3, 1943
9. Terry Kandall to James Matles Regarding Materials, July 22, 1943
10. Ed Patterson to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, September 11, 1946
11. Patterson to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, September 11, 1946
12. Joseph Roberts to Lem Markland Regarding Salaries, February 27, 1946
13. Roberts to Emspak Regarding Meeting, July 23, 1946
14. Roberts to Emspak Regarding Materials, November 29, 1946
15. J. Smith to Emspak Regarding Officers Lists, January 4, 1944
16. Smith to Emspak Regarding Materials, April 21, 1944
17. Smith to Emspak Regarding Publicity, May 5, 1944
Folder 121 Local 719 Outgoing Correspondence, March 14, 1945-December 15, 1950
1. Frank Zeck to Julius Emspak Regarding Audit, March 14, 1945
2. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Lay-offs, May 4, 1945
3. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Materials, June 5, 1945
4. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Lay-offs, June 5, 1945
5. Zeck to UE Regarding Officers Lists, December 18, 1945
6. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Petition, January 8, 1946
7. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Meeting, February 24, 1947
8. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Petition, January 8, 1946
9. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Strike, June 3, 1947
10. Zeck to Emspak Regarding Publicity, July 8, 1947
11. Zeck to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Assistance, July 9, 1947
12. Zeck to Fitzgerald Regarding Trade Ban, April 18, 1949
13. Zeck to James Matles Regarding Witch Hunt, November 28, 1949
14. Zeck to Fitzgerald Regarding Witch Hunt, November 28, 1949
15. Zeck to David Ratner Regarding Finances, Decemeber 4, 1950
16. Zeck to Ratner Regarding Finances, December 15, 1950
Folder 122 Local 719 Warren Peerless Electric, January 31, 1937-February 9, 1938
Folder 123 Local 719 Warren Peerless Electric, April 10, 1937-July 19, 1938
Folder 124 Local 719 Charter, May 14-21, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, May 14, 1943
2. Decavitch to Emspak, May 15, 1943
3. Emspak to Decavitch, May 21, 1943
4. Emspak to Howard Pierce, May 21, 1943
Folder 125 Local 719 Officers Election, October 1944
1. Petition, October 1944
2. Albert Fitzgerald to Victor Decavitch, October 4, 1944
Folder 126 Local 719 Strike, June 3-16, 1947
1. Memo, June 3, 1947
2. Julius Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg, June 6, 1947
3. Hirshberg to Emspak, June 16, 1947
Folder 127 Local 719 Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Helen James Regarding Factionalism with Petition, January 11, 1946

Section: Local 720

Folder 128 Local 720 Officers List, November 11, 1947-February 17, 1954
Folder 129 Local 720 Constitution, December 19, 1945-June 30, 1952
Folder 130 Local 720 Incoming Correspondence, January 24, 1945-March 23, 1956
1. Julius Emspak to Harry Beatty Regarding Fees, January 24, 1945
2. Emspak to R. Stoneburner Regarding Finances, January 2, 1947
3. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Finances, January 14, 1947
4. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Finances, January 17, 1947
5. Emspak to Ken Krieg Regarding Acknowledged Letter, August 3, 1949
6. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Finances, February 1, 9154
7. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Finances, February 17, 1954
8. Emspak to Joseph Donna Regarding Strike Fund, December 12, 1955
9. Emspak to George Hartin Regarding Strike, December 13, 1955
10. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Strike Finances, January 20, 1956
11. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Strike Finances, February 1, 1956
12. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Strike Finances, February 15, 1956
13. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Strike Finances, February 20, 1956
14. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Strike Fund, February 24, 1956
15. Emspak to Stoneburner Regarding Strike Fund, March 6, 1956
16. Emspak to Hartin Regarding Strike Fund, March 16, 1956
17. Emspak to Hartin Regarding Strike Fund, March 23, 1956
Folder 131 Local 720 Outgoing Correspondence, October 20, 1944-February 22, 1956
1. H. Beatty to R. Stoneburner Regarding Mailing, October 20, 1944
2. Beatty to UE Regarding Resolution, January 21, 1945
3. B. Buck to Julius Emspak Regarding Check, November 1, 1946
4. George Hartin to UE Regarding Addresses, January 13, 1956
5. Hartin to Emspak Regarding Check-off Cards, February 22, 1956
6. Hartin to Emspak Regarding Strike Finances, March 11, 1956
7. Kerr Krieg to James Matles Regarding Representatives, July 22, 1949
8. Krieg to Emspak Regarding Representatives, July 22, 1949
9. Stoneburner Letter Regarding Finances, January 9, 1947
Folder 132 Local 720 Charter Fees, June 19-27, 1944
Folder 133 Local 720 Cleveland Electric Vacuum, April 10, 1937-January 29, 1942
Folder 134 Local 720 Leaflet

Box 7
Folder 1 Local 720 Organization, June 19-August 29, 1944
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, June 19, 1944
2. Emspak to Fred Haug, July 7, 1944
3. William Petro to H.A. Carter, July 1944
4. Haug to Emspak, August 16, 1944
5. Emspak to Haug, August 28, 1944
6. Emspak to Haug, August 29, 1944
Folder 2 Local 720 Correspondence, February 1943-December 1955
1. Herber Hirshberg to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 27, 1946
2. Memo Regarding Change of Address, February 1943
3. Joseph Persily to Emspak, December 8, 1955

Section: Local 721

Folder 3 Local 721 Officers List, March 2, 1944-February 14, 1949
Folder 4 Local 721 Resolutions, February 28, 1947
Folder 5 Local 721 Membership Resolution, April 24, 1949
Folder 6 Local 721 Incoming Correspondence, August 17, 1939-March 3, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to George Rothleitner Regarding Supplies, August 17, 1939
2. Emspak to Rothleitner Regarding Fees, January 9, 1946
3. Emspak to Rothleitner Regarding Finances, August 5, 1946
4. Emsak to Elmer Pence Regarding Acknowledged Letter, October 16, 1946
5. Emspak to Pence Regarding Fees, October 24, 1946
6. Emspak to Arthur Larsen Regarding Finances, March 15, 1949
7. Albert Fitzgerald to Frank Mance Regarding Constitution, January 15, 1948
8. Fitzgerald to E. Cannell Regarding Union Autonomy, March 3, 1948
9. R. Heller to UE Regarding War Contracts, November 25, 1942
10. James Matles to Mance Regarding Contract, May 4, 1942
11. Russ Nixon to Pence Regarding Conference, November 3, 1947
Folder 7 Local 721 Outgoing Correspondence, September 8, 1941-October 21, 1949
1. E. Cannell to E. Sebek Regarding Contract, March 5, 1947
2. Cannell to Tom Clark Regarding Union Leaders, March 5, 1948
3. Cannell to Charles Kersten Regarding Protest, September 27, 1948
4. Cannell to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting
5. Cannell to Fred Haug Regarding Strike Fund
6. A. Larsen to James Matles Regarding Finances
7. Frank Mance to Matles Regarding Negotiations, September 8, 1941
8. Mance to Matles Regarding Negotiations, April 30, 1942
9. Mance to R. Heller Regarding Wages, November 24, 1942
10. Mance to Julius Emspak Regarding Overtime, November 25, 1942
11. Mance Letter Regarding Constitution, January 11, 1945
12. Mance to President Roosevelt Regarding Strike Breaking Protest
13. C. Norbert to Lem Markland Regarding Negotiations, June 16, 1949
14. Norbert to Phllip Murray Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, October 7, 1949
15. Norbert to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike Fund, October 17, 1949
16. Norbert to Murray Regarding Protest, October 7, 1949
17. Norbert to UE Regarding Mailing, October 21, 1949
18. Elmer Pence to Emspak Regarding Lay-off, October 14, 1946
19. Pence Letter Regarding Finances, August 12, 1947
20. Pence Letter Regarding Finances, October 16, 1947
21. Pence Letter Regarding Finances
22. George Rothleitner to Matles Regarding Address, September 30, 1941
23. Rothleitner to UE Regarding Fees, January 7, 1946
Folder 8 Local 721 Cleveland White Sewing Machine, July 23, 1937-August 22, 1938
Folder 9 Local 721 Cleveland White Sewing Machine, September 23, 1937-February 24, 1938
Folder 10 Local 721 Dues, 1939
Folder 11 Local 721 Leaflets
Folder 12 Local 721 Unemployment, October 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Herbert Hirshberg with Elmer Pence Letter to Emspak, October 16, 1946
2. Hirshberg to Ray Klausner, October 1946
Folder 13 Local 721 Strike, March 4-June 4, 1947
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, March 4, 1947
2. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 4, 1947
3. Report of Strike, June 4, 1947
Folder 14 Local 721 Correspondence, January 30, 1945-February 21, 1950
1. Fred Haug to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 30, 1945
2. Fred Keller to James Matles Regarding UE White Sewing Machine Strike, February 21, 1950

Section: Local 722

Folder 15 Local 722 Officers Lists, July 26, 1944-January 2, 1949
Folder 16 Local 722 Constitution, January 24, 1949
Folder 17 Local 722 Incoming Correspondence, June 21, 1944-November 18, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Priscilla Halmagi Regarding Supplies, June 21, 1944
2. Emspak to Halmagi Regarding Fees, January 23, 1945
3. Emspak to Anna Macko Regarding Finances, September 6, 1946
4. James Matles to Anna Bolta Regarding Finances, November 18, 947
Folder 18 Local 722 Outgoing Correspondence, Januayr 17, 1945-March 16, 1949
1. Anna Bolta to James Matles Regarding Finances, November 3, 1947
2. Priscilla Halmagi to UE Regarding Constitution, January 17, 1945
3. Halmagi to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing, March 31, 1946
4. Marle Joseph to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Resolution, March 16, 1949
Folder 19 Local 722 Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch Regarding Organization, June 1944

Section: Local 723 (Bergholz)

Folder 20 Local 723 (Bergholz) Officers List, April 26, 1948
Folder 21 Local 723 (Bergholz) Constitution, October 13, 1947
Folder 22 Local 723 (Bergholz) Incoming Correspondence, Joseph Vejlupek to Louis Morrow Regarding Disbanded Union, August 31, 1948
Folder 23 Local 723 (Bergholz) Organization, October 7, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Lem Markland, October 7, 1946
2. Emspak to Joseph Kres, October 7, 1946
Folder 24 Local 723 (Bergholz) Disbanding, January 17-20, 1949
1. Herbert Hirshberg to Julius Emspak January 17, 1949
2. Emspak to Hirshberg, January 20, 1949

Section: Local 723 (Marion 1)

Folder 25 Local 723 (Marion 1) Officers List
Folder 26 Local 723 (Marion 1) Membership Resoltion, August 29, 1942
Folder 27 Local 723 (Marion 1) Incoming Correspondence, August 17, 1939-October 19, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Sophie Horvath Regarding Financial Statement, August 17, 1939
2. Emspak to Martin Plachko Regarding Bonding, February 9, 1942
3. Emspak to Henry Grodek Regarding Charter, October 19, 1942
4. A. Townsend to Anna Gaydos Regarding Wages, February 13, 1941
Folder 28 Local 723 (Marion 1) Outgoing Correspondence, April 9, 1941-February 3, 1942
1. Mike Hurko Letter Regarding Officer List, May 15, 1941
2. Martin Plachko Letter Regarding Address, December 5, 1941
3. Plachko Letter Regarding Bonding, February 3, 1942
4. Plachko to President Roosevelt Regarding Protest Troops
5. John Shailo Letter Regarding Officers Change, April 9, 1941
Folder 29 Local 723 (Marion 1) Supply Statement, July 13, 1944
Folder 30 Local 723 (Marion 1) Charter and Initiation, July 11, 1944
Folder 31 Local 723 (Marion 1) Amalgamation, September 25-October 6, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Victor Decavitch, September 25, 1942
2. Decavitch to Emspak, October 6, 1942

Section: Local 723 (Marion 2)

Folder 32 Local 723 (Marion 2) Outgoing Correspondence, Bess Mounts to Julius Emspak Regarding Materials, August 8, 1945
Folder 33 Local 723 Cleveland Nelson Machine Company, June 2, 1937-August 11, 1938
Folder 34 Local 723 Correspondence, February 27, 1970-December 5, 1977
Folder 35 Local 723 (Marion 2) Organization, June 20-July 11, 1944
1. Paul Duham to Julius Emspak, June 26, 1944
2. Duham to Emspak, June 20, 1944
3. Emspak to Duham, July 11, 1944
4. Emspak to Victor Decavitch, July 11, 1944
Folder 36 Local 723 (Marion 2) Disbanding, June 1-August 22, 1945
1. Julius Emspak to Fred Haug, June 1, 1945
2. J.K. Smith to Emspak, June 4, 1945
3. Smith to Emspak, June 4, 1945
4. Smith to Emspak, June 19, 1945
5. Emspak to Smith, July 27, 1945
6. Smith to Emspak, August 1, 1945
7. Smith to Emspak, August 22, 1945

Section: Local 724

Folder 37 Local 724 Officers List, February 18, 1943-November 19, 1949
Folder 38 Local 724 Constitution, May 16, 1945-September 8, 1949
Folder 39 Local 724 Minutes, June 14, 1942
Folder 40 Local 724 Membership Resolutions, April 28-June 12, 1947
Folder 41 Local 724 James Matles Incoming Correspondence, December 4, 1940-August 27, 1941
1. James Matles ot Herbert Louth Regarding Acknowledged Letter, December 4, 1940
2. Matles to Sam Runyan Regarding Election, January 8, 1941
3. Matles to Walter Pierce Regarding Travel Plans, January 9, 1941
4. Matles to Dwight Ludwig Regarding Meeting, February 28, 1941
5. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Contract, March 5, 1941
6. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Approved Action, March 13, 1941
7. Matles to Runyan Regarding Negotiations, March 27, 1941
8. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, March 28, 1941
9. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Labor Movement, April 3, 1941
10. Matles to Runyan Regarding Work Stoppage, April 10, 1941
11. Matles to Runyan Regarding Contract, April 29, 1941
12. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Contract, May 9, 1941
13. Matles to Runyan Regarding New Charter, June 6, 1941
14. Matles to Runyan Regarding Finances, June 10, 1941
15. Matles to Runyan Regarding Election Procedures, June 11, 1941
16. Matles to Runyan Regarding Election Procedures, June 16, 1941
17. Matles to Runyan Regarding Contract, June 25, 1941
18. Matles to Runyan Regarding Enclosed Information, July 18, 1941
19. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Accusations by Dies Committee, July 19, 1941
20. Matles to Runyan Regarding Organizational Work, July 24, 1941
21. Matles to Runyan Regarding Acknowledged Letter, July 30, 1941
22. Matles to Runyan Regarding Supplies, August 1, 1941
23. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Conference, August 6, 1941
24. Matles to Runyan Regarding Elections, August 13, 1941
25. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Grievance, August 20, 1941
26. Matles to Runyan Regarding Requested Contracts, August 27, 1941
Folder 42 Local 724 James Matles Incoming Correspondence, September 9, 1941-June 29, 1942
1. James Matles to Dwight Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, September 9, 1941
2. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Representative, September 16, 1941
3. Matles to Sam Runyan Regarding Officer Transfer, September 30, 1941
4. Matles to Runyan Regarding Election, October 17, 1941
5. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Staff Assignment, October 23, 1941
6. Matles to Walter Pierce Regarding Local List, November 12, 1941
7. Matles to Price Regarding Local List, December 3, 1941
8. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, January 7, 1942
9. Matles to Pierce Regarding Discharge, January 14, 1942
10. Matles to Pierce Regarding Communication Request, January 26, 1942
11. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Rules and Procedures, February 16, 1942
12. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Requested Information, February 19, 1942
13. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Conference, March 18, 1942
14. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Organizational Work, March 12, 1942
15. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Company Interview, March 17, 1942
16. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Telegram, March 26, 1942
17. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Assistance, April 3, 1942
18. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Fingerprinting, April 30, 1942
19. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Mailing, April 30, 1942
20. Matles to James Egri Regarding Travel Plans, May 15, 1942
21. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Meeting, May 19, 1942
22. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, June 11, 1942
23. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Company Agreement, June 5, 1942
24. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Travel Plans, June 29, 1942
Folder 43 Local 724 James Matles Incoming Correspondence, July 30, 1942-March 24, 1950
1. James Matles to Dwight Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, July 30, 1942
2. Matles to James Egri Regarding Meeting, August 7, 1942
3. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, August 10, 1942
4. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Convention, August 13, 1942
5. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Organizer, August 19, 1942
6. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Requested Information, August 20, 1942
7. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Acknowledged Letter, August 26, 1942
8. Matles to Egri Regarding Business Representative, September 17, 1942
9. Matles to Ludwig Regarding Resignation, September 18, 1942
10. Matles to Sam Runyan Regarding Staff Assignment, April 6, 1943
11. Matles to Chester Schultz Regarding Salary, August 2, 1948
12. Matles to Egri Regarding Materials, March 24, 1950
Folder 44 Local 724 James Matles Outgoing Correspondence, December 1, 1940-April 14, 1943
1. Margaret Darin to James Matles Regarding Motions, September 12, 1942
2. Darin to Matles Regarding Staff Change, March 30, 1943
3. Darin to Matles Regarding Staff Change, April 14, 1943
4. Darin to Matles Regarding Staff Change
5. James Egri to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 16, 1942
6. Egri to Matles Regarding Negotiations, May 25, 1942
7. Egri to Matles Regarding Meeting, July 28, 1942
8. Egri to Matles Regarding Negotiations, August 6, 1942
9. Egri to Matles Regarding Contract, August 10, 1942
10. Egri to Matles Regarding Staff Assignment, August 24, 1942
11. Egri to Matles Regarding Finances
12. Freda Ehrnman to Matles Regarding Address, August 23, 1942
13. Herbert Louth to Matles Regarding Dues, December 1, 1940
14. Dwight Ludwig to Matles Regarding Management Proposals, February 25, 1941
15. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Negotiations, February 28, 1941
16. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Negotiations, March 11, 1941
17. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Strike Progress, March 26, 1941
18. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Contract, May 8, 1941
19. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Publications Inquiry, July 8, 1941
20. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Organization Work, July 28, 1941
21. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Appeals Procedures, August 14, 1941
22. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Forwarded Letter, August 19, 1941
23. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Constitution, September 6, 1941
24. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Requested Information, September 17, 1941
25. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Charter, October 17, 1941
Folder 45 Local 724 James Matles Outgoing Correspondence, January 5-June 25, 1942
1. Dwight Ludwig to James Matles Regarding Constitution, January 5, 1942
2. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Requested Information, February 4, 1942
3. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Ratification, February 4, 1942
4. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Proposal Ratification, February 8, 1942
5. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Requested Information, February 10, 1942
6. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Arbitration, February 17, 1942
7. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Meeting, February 23, 1942
8. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Meeting, February 25, 1942
9. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Membership Drive, March 2, 1942
10. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Proposals, March 4, 1942
11. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Organizational Work, March 5, 1942
12. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Fingerprinting, March 17, 1942
13. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Negotiations, March 18, 1942
14-15. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Elections, March 26, 1942
16. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Elections, March 30, 1942
17. Ludwig to Matles Regarding War Production, March 30, 1942
18. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Mailing, April 20, 1942
19. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Fingerprinting, April 27, 1942
20. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Conference, May 6, 1942
21. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 16, 1942
22. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Mailing, June 16, 1942
23. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Petition, June 22, 1942
24. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Conference, June 22, 1942
25. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 25, 1942
Folder 46 Local 724 James Matles Outgoing Correspondence, June 14, 1940-March 20, 1950
1. Dwight Ludwig to James Matles Regarding Delegation, July 10, 1942
2. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Meeting, July 24, 1942
3. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Contract, July 30, 1942
4. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Staff Position, August 7, 1942
5. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Contract, August 10, 1942
6. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Commercial Enterprise, August 12, 1942
7. Ludwig to Matles Regarding Finances, August 25, 1942
8. Local 724 Negotiating Committee to Matles Regarding Forwarded Letter, March 20, 1950
9. Frances Park to Matles Regarding Officers List, November 6, 1941
10. Walter Pierce to Matles Regarding Officers List, January 6, 1942
11. Pierce to Matles Regarding Grievances, January 6, 1942
12. Pierce to Matles Regarding Defense Work, January 14, 1942
13. Sam Runyan to Matles Regarding Elections, June 14, 1940
14. Runyan to Matles Regarding Elections, August 8, 1940
15. Runyan to Matles Regarding Negotiations, December 1, 1940
16. Runyan to Matles Regarding Wage Rates, March 3, 1941
17. Runyan to Matles Regarding Conference, April 10, 1941
18. Runyan to Matles Regarding Work Stoppage, April 16, 1941
19. Runyan to Matles Regarding Work Stoppage, April 22, 1941
20. Runyan to Matles Regarding Contract, April 27, 1941
21. Runyan to Matles Regarding Charter, June 1, 1941
22. Runyan to Matles Regarding Election, June 6, 1941
23. Runyan to Matles Regarding Petition, June 14, 1941
24. Runyan to Matles Regarding Elections, October 15, 1941
25. Runyan to Matles Regarding Conference, February 9, 1942
26. Runyan to Matles Regarding Shop Agreement
27. Runyan to Matles Regarding Negotiations
Folder 47 Local 724 Incoming Correspondence, December 6, 1940-November 7, 1949
1. Bill Cahn to James Egri Regarding Materials, November 22, 1946
2. Cahn to Egri Regarding Publicity, January 31, 1947
3. Cahn to Egri Regarding Materials, December 14, 1948
4. Julius Emspak to Herbert Louth Regarding Materials, December 6, 1940
5. Emspak to Louth Regarding Organization, December 31, 1940
6. Emspak to Dwight Ludwig Regarding Strike, February 20, 1941
7. Emspak to Sam Runyan Regarding Charter Application, June 3, 1941
8. Emspak to Ludwig Regarding Officer, January 9, 1942
9. Emspak to Ludwig Regarding Union Case, January 13, 1942
10. Emspak to Walter Pierce Regarding Addresses, January 27, 1942
11. Emspak to Egri Regarding Bonding, September 18, 1942
12. Emspak to Margaret Darin Regarding Finances, October 30, 1942
13. Emspak to Darin Regarding Finances, November 10, 1942
14. Emspak to W. Spencer Regarding Audit, April 17, 1945
15. Emspak to Spencer Regarding Amalgamation, June 15, 1945
16. Emspak to Samuel Lambert Regarding Fees, July 13, 1945
17. Emspak to Spencer Regarding Amalgamation, July 24, 1945
18. Emspak to Spencer Regarding Strike Fund, April 26, 1946
19. Emspak to Virgil Mauk Regarding Strike Fund, May 10, 1946
20. Emspak to Mauk Regarding Finances, May 17, 1946
21. Emspak to Spencer Regarding Materials, May 21, 1946
22. Emspak to Egri Regarding Bonding, August 20, 1946
23. Emspak to Egri Regarding Dues, August 29, 1946
24. Emspak to Egri Regarding Fees, February 17, 1947
25. Emspak to Egri Regarding Resolution, May 5, 1947
26. Emspak to Egri Regarding Resolution, May 27, 1947
27. Albert Fitzgerald Letter Regarding Union Disruption, November 7, 1949
28. Emspak to Egri Regarding Finances, July 19, 1948
Folder 48 Local 724 Incoming Correspondence, October 22, 1940-December 13, 1948
1. Nat Geller to Margaret Darin Regarding Bond, October 7, 1942
2. Geller to Darin Regarding Local Assistance, December 3, 1942
3. Geller to Darin Regarding Salaries, February 18, 1943
4. C. Herbold to Sam Runyan Regarding Shift Schedule, January 9, 1942
5. Herbold to James Egri Regarding Wages, May 23, 1942
6. Lem Markland to C. Schultz Regarding Finances, August 9, 1948
7. Tom Neil to W. Spencer Regarding Travel Plans, February 25, 1945
8. Charles Newell to Runyan Regarding Negotiations, October 22, 1940
9. Newell to Egri Regarding Business Agent, August 5, 1942
10. Albert Olsen to Darin Regarding Bonding, May 5, 1943
11. W. Petty to H. Routson Regarding Operations, May 20, 1942
12. David Ratner to Schultz Regarding Bail, December 13, 1948
13. David Scrbiner to Elmer McClain Regarding Bail, March 6, 1948
14. A. Townsen to Runyan Regarding Elections
15. Colonial Hotel to D. Moots Regarding Reservations
16. Sheraton Hotel to UE
Folder 49 Local 724 Outgoing Correspondence, June 24, 1937-January 25, 1950
1. Virgil Baber to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing, January 17, 1944
2. Baber to Emspak Regarding Address, February 16, 1944
3. Peg Darin to Nat Geller Regarding Election, February 16, 1943
4. Richard Davidson to UE Regarding Strike Fund, April 30, 1946
5. Davidson to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Secession
6. Archie Demming to Allen County Congress of Industrial Organizations, June 24, 1937
7. James Egri to Charles Shutt Regarding Wage Rates, June 6, 1942
8. Egri to Emspak Regarding Bonding, September 16, 1942
9. Egri to Emspak Regarding Bonding, August 13, 1946
10. Egri to Edward Matthews Regarding Finances, August 26, 1946
11. Egri to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 28, 1946
12. Egri to David Ratner Regarding Materials, October 7, 1946
13. Egri to Emspak Regarding Board Members, February 11, 1947
14. Egri to Emspak Regarding Message, September 2, 1948
15. Egri to Emspak Regarding Smear Protest, September 29, 1948
16. Egri to Bill Cahn Regarding Publicity, December 10, 1948
17. Egri to John Mullady Regarding Meeting, July 5, 1949
18. Egri to Ratner Regarding Expenses, January 25, 1950
19. Egri to Emspak Regarding Given Information
20. Egri Letter Regarding Broadcast
21. Harry Harmon to Emspak Regarding Mailing, February 3, 1944
22. S. Lambert to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 23, 1944
23. Lambert to Emspak Regarding Fees, July 2, 1945
24. Herbert Louth to Emspak Regarding Materials, December 1, 1940
25. Louth to Emspak Regarding Dues, December 30, 1940
26. Negotiating Committee to Carl Herbold Regarding Proposal, January 13, 1942
Folder 50 Local 724 Outgoing Correspondence, February 3, 1941-February 14, 1950
1. Dwight Ludwig to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing, February 3, 1941
2. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding Address, February 17, 1941
3-4. Ludwig Letter Regarding False Claim, March 5, 1941
5. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding Officers, February 2, 1942
6. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding Bonding, February 4, 1942
7. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding Organizational Work, February 4, 1942
8. Ludwig to War Production Board Regarding Hour Reduction, February 13, 1942
9. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding Address, February 15, 1942
10. Ludwig to Phillip Staup Regarding Meeting Resolution, February 16, 1942
11. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding War Production, March 11, 1942
12. Ludwig ot G. Hale Regarding Fingerprinting, April 27, 1942
13. Ludwig to Sam Runyan Regarding Meeting, June 11, 1942
14. Ludwig to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Minutes, June 16, 1942
15. Ludwig to J. Steelman Regarding Bond Sale, August 13, 1942
16-17. Ludwig to Emspak Regarding Group Leader
18. Frances Park to David Ratner Regarding Bail Money, February 14, 1950
19. Runyan to UE Regarding Negotiations, December 4, 1940
20. Runyan to President Roosevelt Regarding Protest of Troops, June 11, 1941
21. Runyan to W. Marshall Regarding Contract Violation Accusations, August 19, 1941
22. Runyan to C. Schultz Regarding Conference, March 31, 1943
23. Runyan to Emspak Regarding Officers Change, March 27, 1944
24. Runyan to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting Results, June 14, 1944
25. Runyan to Emspak Regarding Mailing, August 1, 1944
26. Runyan to UE Regarding Mailing, August 24, 1941
Folder 51 Local 724 Outgoing Correspondence, January 24, 1945-November 23, 1946
1. W. Spencer to Julius Emspak Regarding Audit, April 13, 1945
2. Spencer to Emspak Regarding Constitution, June 11, 1945
3. Spencer to Emspak Regarding Amalgamation, June 21, 1945
4. Spencer to Emspak Regarding Amalgamation, July 18, 1945
5. Spencer to Tom Neil Regarding Travel Plans, February 23, 1946
6. Richard Striff to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Anti-Communism
7. Glen Webb to Edward Matthews Regarding Requested Informaiton, January 24, 1945
8. Webb Letter Regarding Address, March 13, 1946
9. Webb to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, April 6, 1946
10. Webb Letter Regarding Petition, April 6, 1946
11. Webb to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 13, 1946
12. Webb to UE Regarding Finances, May 22, 1946
13. Webb to Emspak Regarding Material, November 23, 1946
14. Webb to Matthews Regarding Condemmed Actions
15. UE to Sheraton Hotel Regarding Reservations, February 25, 1946
16. UE to Colonial Hotel Regarding Reservations
Folder 52 Local 724 Bonding, March 30-June 8, 1942
Folder 53 Local 724 Lima Westinghouse, May 26, 1937-February 15, 1938
Folder 54 Local 724 Lima Westinghouse, May 20, 1937-August 8, 1938
Folder 55 Local 724 Per Capita Payments and Telegrams, June 26, 1939-November 8, 1949
Folder 56 Local 724 Newspaper, SOS News, June 8, 1942
Folder 57 Local 724 Pamphlets, 1949
1. The Story of Jim and Chet, 1949
2. Code of Regulations of Lima Westinghouse Employees Association
Folder 58 Local 724 Leaflets, February 25-March 30, 1942
1. "War Production", February 25, 1942
2. "Executive Board Metting", March 30, 1942
Folder 59 Local 724 Newspaper Clippings
Folder 60 Local 724 Factionalism, April 30, 1942-February 26, 1943
1. Petition, April 30, 1942
2. Petition, June 9, 1942
3. James Matles to Sam Runyan, February 26, 1943
Folder 61 Local 724 Factionalism, April-September 1943
1-2. Peg Darin to James Matles, April 1943
3. Henry Fiering to Albert Fitzgerald, September 27, 1943
Folder 62 Local 724 Amalgamation, May 8-July 24, 1945
1. Henry Fiering to Julius Emspak, May 8, 1945
2. Emspak to Fiering, June 1, 1945
3. Ray Klaunser to Fiering, July 24, 1945
Folder 63 Local 724 Pandora Strike Arrest, October 26, 1948-February 20, 1950
1. Elmer McClain to D`Arnold Davis, October 26, 1948
2. Herbert Hirshberg to David Scribner, October 28, 1948
3. Scribner to Janet, November 3, 1948
4. Julius Emspak to Hirshberg, November 5, 1948
5. David Ratner to Elmer McClain, November 5, 1948
6. Ratner to Fred Haug, February 17, 1950
7. Haug to Ratner, February 20, 1950
Folder 64 Local 724 Correspondence, February 1941-May 1950
1. Tool Room Educational Program, February 1941
2. Memo Regarding Barganing Unit, April 28, 1941
3. Julius Emspak to Mr. Kraus Regarding Supplies, August 12, 1941
4. Memo to Lyle Regarding Supplies, September 18, 1941
5. Arthur Garfield to James Matles Regarding Hours, January 23, 1942
6. Memo Regarding Holiday, May 23, 1942
7. E.C. Lehman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE News CIO, November 10, 1944
8. David Kanes to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, April 4, 1946
9. Garfield to William Cahn Regarding Publicity, November 20, 1946
10. Fitzgerald to Fred Haug Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 7, 1949
11. Matles to Ozra Staas Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, May 3, 1950

Section: Local 725 (Wooster)

Folder 65 Local 725 (Wooster) Incoming Correspondence, June 17-July 14, 1937
1. Julius Emspak to Carl Mower Regarding Finances, June 17, 1937
2. Emspak to Mower Regarding Supplies, July 14, 1937
Folder 66 Local 725 (Wooster) Outgoing Correspondence, W. Barringer to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers List, June 7, 1937
Folder 67 Local 725 (Wooster) Financial Secretary Reports, May-June 1937
Folder 68 Local 725 (Wooster) Organization, May 13-June 9, 1937
1. Walter Barringer to Julius Emspak, May 13, 1937
2. Emspak to Barringer, May 22, 1937
3. Executive Secretary to Barringer, June 9, 1937

Section: Local 725 (Columbus)

Folder 69 Local 725 (Columbus) Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Jack Cromton Regarding Finances, March 5, 1946
Folder 70 Local 725 (Columbus) Organization, January 22-February 13, 1946
1. Henry Fiering to James Matles, January 22, 1946
2. Marilyn Jackson to Ray Klausner, January 28, 1946
3. Fiering to Julius Emspak, February 2, 1946
4. Emspak to Lem Markland, February 5, 1946
5. Emspak to Fiering, February 5, 1946
6. Emspak to Fiering, February 13, 1946

Section: Local 726

Folder 71 Local 726 Officers List, March 12, 1947-November 21, 1948
Folder 72 Local 726 Constitution, May 19, 1947-October 24, 1949
Folder 73 Local 726 Incoming Correspondence, August 5, 1946-June 6, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Paul Swaney Regarding Organization, August 5, 1946
2. Emspak to Maynard Staup Regarding Per Capita, January 17, 1947
3. Emspak to Swaney Regarding Per Capita, February 26, 1947
4. Lem Markland to Local 726 Executive Board Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism with June 7, 1949, Markland Letter to Dayton UE Presidents, June 6, 1949
Folder 74 Local 726 Outgoing Correspondence, August 1, 1946-April 30, 1947
1. John O`Hara to Julius Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism, April 30, 1947
2. Maynard Staup to Emspak Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism, April 30, 1947
3. Paul Swaney to UE Regarding Organization, August 1, 1946
4. Swaney to Emspak Regarding Officers, August 14, 1946
5. Swaney to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 23, 1947
Folder 75 Local 726 Organization, May 17-August 30, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Henry Fiering, May 17, 1946
2. Arthur Garfield to Emspak, July 3, 1946
3. Garfield to Emspak, July 11, 1946
4. Garfield to Emspak, July 22, 1946
5. Emspak to Garfield, July 22, 1946
6. Emspak to Lem Markland, July 25, 1946
7. Emspak to Garfield, July 25, 1946
8. Garfield to Emspak, August 30, 1946
Folder 76 Local 726 Per Capita, Arthur Garfield to Julius Emspak, February 3-7, 1947
Folder 77 Local 726 Telegram, Julius Emspak to Arthur Garfield Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism, April 30, 1947

Section: Local 727

Folder 78 Local 727 Officers List, April 1945
Folder 79 Local 727 Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Iola McQuaid Regarding Supplies, August 28, 1945
Folder 80 Local 727 Outgoing Correspondence, Iola McQuaid to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 18, 1945
Folder 81 Local 727 Charter, December 20, 1944
Folder 82 Local 727 Ledger, 1944-1946
Folder 83 Local 727 Organization, December 16-30, 1944
1. Paul Dunham to Julius Emspak, December 16, 1944
2. Emspak to Dunham, December 30, 1944
3. Emspak to Victor Decavitch, December 20, 1944
Folder 84 Local 727 Disbanding, October 12-15, 1945
1. Paul Dunham to Julius Emspak, October 12, 1945
2. Emspak to Dunham, October 15, 1945
Folder 85 Local 727 Defiance Amalgamated Industrial, June 1-September 30, 1937

Section: Local 728

Folder 86 Local 728 Officers List, March 1947-January 1949
Folder 87 Local 728 Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to H. Kopman Regarding Per Capita, October 7-22, 1946
Folder 88 Local 728 Outgoing Correspondence, H. Kopman to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, September 18-October 21, 1946
Folder 89 Local 728 Separate Charter, May 16-October 19, 1946
1. James Gibson to UE, May 16, 1946
2. Fred Keller to Gibson, August 5, 1946
3. Keller to Gibson, August 7, 1946
4. H. Kopman to UE, August 15, 1946
5. Keller to Julius Emspak, August 16, 1946
6. Emspak to Keller, August 19, 1946
7. Emspak to Lem Markland, August 19, 1946
8. Herbert Hirshberg to Emspak, September 30, 1946
9. Emspak to Hirshberg, October 7, 1946
10. Hirshberg to Emspak, October 19, 1946
Folder 90 Local 728 Brief, National Labor Relations Board Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, 1950

Section: Local 729 (Norwood)

Folder 91 Local 729 (Norwood) Officers List, March 24, 1947-August 26, 1949
Folder 92 Local 729 (Norwood) Constitution, July 7, 1947-November 13, 1947
Folder 93 Local 729 (Norwood) Incoming Correspondence, October 23, 1946-March 13, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Huston Thomas Regarding Charter, October 23, 1946
2. Emspak to Thomas Regarding Charter, November 18, 1946