Summary Information
Title: UE National Office Records Relating to District 8 and District 8 Locals
Collection Number: UE.4.1.8
Creator: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Collection Dates: 1936-1957
Extent: 7.5 linear feet (7 boxes)

Language: English

Abstract:
This series contains files on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) District 8 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 Spencer Caden
Revision Description:
December 2013:
Container list added to finding aid.

Collection Scope and Content Notes

District 8 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) originally included locals in southern Ohio, but after the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers joined the UE in 1949, the district grew both in the number of locals and in geographic coverage to incorporate much of the Mid West. These locals are now part of the UE's Western Region. This series contains files on UE District 8 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 8. The other subseries contains records pertaining to specific locals within the district, and are further arranged numerically by local number into sections.


Subject Terms

Topics
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- Middle West -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor unions -- Middle West -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century

Corporate Names
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. District 8.
  • 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 8 and District 8 Locals, 1936-1957, UE.4.1.8, 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 Spencer Caden in 2013.

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 8 Records, 1940s-1950s, UE.15.8, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Campaign to Organize Graduate Students, UE Local 896 Records, 1990-1996, UE.16.896, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh


Collection Inventory

Subseries 1. District 8


Box 1
Folder 1 District 8 Constitution, undated
Folder 2 District 8 Constitution, October 1942 - June 12, 1948
Folder 3 District 8 Constitution, 1942 - 1954
Folder 4 District 8 Constitution, 1950 - 1954
Folder 5 District 8 Officers Lists, October 1943 - January 2, 1951
Folder 6 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, June 20, 1942
Folder 7-8 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, January 30, 1943
Folder 9 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, June 26, 1943 - January 15, 1944
Folder 10 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, August 4, 1944 - August 10, 1946
Folder 11 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, November 9, 1946
Folder 12 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, January 17, 1947
Folder 13 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, July 31, 1945 - September 10, 1949
Folder 14 District 8 Executive Board Meeting Minutes, June 24, 1950 - March 1, 1952
Folder 15 District 8 Executive Board Resolutions, January 16, 1944 - December 16, 1950
1. Resolution Regarding Dues, January 16, 1944
2. Resolution Regarding Veterans and UE News with July 26, 1945, William Sentner Letter to Julius Emspak, July 13, 1945
3. Resolution Regarding Marshall Plan, December 6, 1947
4. Resolution Regarding Foreign Policy, July 31, 1948
5. Resolution Regarding Wages and Housing, July 31, 1948
6. Resolution Regarding Education Publicity, July 31, 1948
7. Resolution Regarding Taxes, July 31, 1948
8. Resolution Regarding Officers and Taxes, July 31, 1948
9. Resolution Regarding Organization, July 31, 1948
10. Resolution Regarding Legislation, July 31, 1948
11. Resolution Regarding Deportation, July 31, 1948
12. Resolution Regarding Conscription, July 31, 1948
13. Resolution Regarding Political Action, July 31, 1948
14. Resolution Regarding Speed-up, July 31, 1948
15. Resolution Regarding Democratic Rights, July 31, 1948
16. Resolution Regarding Company Spies, July 31, 1948
17. Resolution Regarding Thomas Committee, July 31, 1948
18. Resolution Regarding Strikes and UE News, July 31, 1948
19. Resolution Regarding Minimum Contract Standards, July 31, 1948
20. Resolution Regarding Racism and Veterans, July 31, 1948
21. Resolution Regarding Farmers, July 31, 1948
22. Resolution Regarding Defense Committee, December 16, 1950
23. Resolution Regarding Wages, December 16, 1950
Folder 16 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, August 8, 1937 - September 24, 1939
Folder 17 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 30 - September 21, 1940
Folder 18 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 15, 1941 - March 29, 1942
Folder 19 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, September 19, 1942
Folder 20 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, October 2, 1943
Folder 21 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, April 15, 1949
Folder 22 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, October 1944
Folder 23 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, January 20, 1945
Folder 24 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 24, 1945
Folder 25 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, August 4, 1945
Folder 26 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, October 6, 1945
Folder 27 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 30 - October 5, 1946
Folder 28 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, October 5, 1946
Folder 29 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 29 - July 19, 1947
Folder 30 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, October 4, 1947 - June 12, 1948
Folder 31 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, September 25, 1948 - December 11, 1949
Folder 32 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 24, 1950 - March 29, 1952
Folder 33 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, March 29, 1952
Folder 34 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes, October 24, 1953
Folder 35 District 8 Council Meeting Minutes
Folder 36 District 8 Council Resolutions, September 24, 1939 - April 1941
1. Resolution Regarding Organization, September 24, 1939
2. Resolution Regarding Foreign Policy, September 24, 1939
3. Resolution Regarding Foreign Policy Education, September 24, 1939
4. Resolution Regarding Women, Century Fur and Leather Workers Strike, Factionalism, Wages, Organization, Conscription and Recreation, September 21, 1940
5. Resolution Regarding Ford Organization, April 1941
6. Resolution Regarding United Mine Workers of America, April 1941
7. Resolution Regarding Wages, April 1941
8. Resolution Regarding International Harvester Strike, April 1941
9. Resolution Regarding Wages, April 1941
Folder 37 District 8 Council Resolutions, October 2, 1943 - August 4, 1945
1. Resolution Regarding Taxes, Political Action, Labor Unity, Military Personnel, Womens Bureau and No-Strike Policy, October 2, 1943
2. Resolution Regarding Wages and Reconversion, August 4, 1945
3. Resolution Regarding Social Security, August 4, 1945
4. Resolution Regarding Smith Connally Act, August 4, 1945
5. Resolution Regarding Unemployment Compensation, August 4, 1945
6. Resolution Regarding War Criminals, August 4, 1945
7. Resolution Regarding UE News and Veterans, August 4, 1945
8. Resolution Regarding Racism, August 4, 1945
9. Resolution Regarding Severance Pay, August 4, 1945
10. Resolution Regarding Military Personnel, August 4, 1945
11. Resolution Regarding Ball-Hatch Burton Bill, August 4, 1945
12. Resolution Regarding Suffrage, August 4, 1945
13. Resolution Regarding British Labor Party, August 4, 1945
14. Resolution Regarding Officers, August 4, 1945
15. Resolution Regarding Poll Tax, August 4, 1945
16. Resolution Regarding Small Business, August 4, 1945
Folder 38 District 8 Council Resolutions, August 4, 1945 - March 20, 1948
1. Resolution Regarding Women, August 4, 1945
2. Resolution Regarding Conscription, August 4, 1945
3. Resolution Regarding Education, August 4, 1945
4. Resolution Regarding Colonies, August 4, 1945
5. Resolution Regarding World Trade Union Congress, August 4, 1945
6. Resolution Regarding Veterans and Housing, August 4, 1945
7. Resolution Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, August 4, 1945
8. Resolution Regarding Housing, August 4, 1945
9. Resolution Regarding Government Factors, August 4, 1945
10. Resolution Regarding Spain and Argentina, August 4, 1945
11. Resolution Regarding Conversion, August 4, 1945
12. Resolution Regarding Minimum Contract Standards, October 5, 1946
13. Resolution Regarding Mario Russo, October 5, 1946
14. Resolution Regarding Newspapers, October 5, 1946
15. Resolution Regarding Political Action Committee, October 5, 1946
16. Resolution Regarding Political Action, October 5, 1946
17. Resolution Regarding Incentive, October 5, 1946
18. Resolution Regarding Spain and Argentina, October 5, 1946
19. Resolution Regarding Sidney Hillman, October 5, 1946
20. Resolution Regarding Strike, October 5, 1946
21. Resolution Regarding Legislation, October 5, 1946
22. Resolution Regarding UE Officers and Political Action, March 20, 1948
23. Resolution Regarding Political Action, March 20, 1948
Folder 39 District 8 Council Resolutions, October 24, 1953
1. Resolution Regarding Taxation, October 24, 1953
2. Resolution Regarding Labor Unity, October 24, 1953
3. Resolution Regarding Political Action, October 24, 1953
4. Resolution Regarding Farmer Labor Unity, October 24, 1953
5. Resolution Regarding Matles-Emspak Defense Case, October 24, 1953
6. Resolution Regarding Union Policy, October 24, 1953
7. Resolution Regarding Organization, October 24, 1953
8. Resolution Regarding Hours, October 24, 1953
9. Resolution Regarding Publicity and Education, October 24, 1953
10. Resolution Regarding Social Security, October 24, 1953
Folder 40 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, April 26, 1943 - July 8, 1948
1. Janet Barish Regarding Finances, April 26, 1943
2. Barish Regarding Finances, June 30, 1943
3. Barish Regarding Finances, October 1, 1943
4. Barish Regarding Finances, December 21, 1943
5. Barish Regarding Finances, April 19, 1944
6. Barish Regarding Finances, July 3, 1944
7. Barish Regarding Finances, October 17, 1944
8. Barish Regarding Finances, February 16, 1945
9. Barish Regarding Finances, April 5, 1945
10. Barish Regarding Finances, August 23, 1945
11. Barish Regarding Finances, September 11, 1945
12. Barish Regarding Finances, December 20, 1945
13. Barish Regarding Finances, March 7, 1946
14. Barish Regarding Supplies, January 20, 1948
15. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 17, 1948
16. Barish Regarding Finances, March 2, 1948
17. Barish Regarding Finances, May 20, 1948
18. Barish Regarding Finances, July 8, 1948
19. David Berenstein Regarding Political Action, May 4, 1945
20. Carl Brant Regarding Staff Members, June 22, 1944
21. Neil Brant Regarding Workers Compensation Board, International Association of Machinists and U.S. Cartridge, March 17, 1942
22. Neil Brant Regarding Workers Compensation Board, May 4, 1943
23. John Burns Regarding Factoinalism and Local 1102 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 10, 1946
Folder 41 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, January 20, 1937 - April 26, 1948
1. Bill Cahn Regarding Factionalism and UE News, April 19, 1948
2. Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 26, 1948
3. James Carey Regarding Factionalism, November 25, 1940
4. Carey Regarding Factionalism, December 5, 1940
5. Jack Cassidy Regarding Lincoln Western Electric Organization, December 12, 1945
6. James Clark Regarding Factionalism, Local 1102 and African-American Workers, June 29, 1945
7. John Cochran Regarding Dies Committee, March 5, 1942
8. Phillip Connelly Regarding Local 1421 and Factionalism, April 20, 1944
9. Frank Cronin Regarding Lincoln Western Electric Organization, February 5, 1945
10. Ernest DeMaio Regarding Cedar Rapids Collins Radio Organization, July 21, 1945
11. DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, December 31, 1942
12. Joseph Dermody Regarding Staff Members, August 24, 1945
13. Dermody Regarding Benton Edison GE Organization and United Mine Workers of America with October 17, 1945, Memo, October 22, 1945
14. George Dodson Regarding Factionalism and Philadelphia Organization, January 28, 1942
15. Lyle Dowling Regarding World War II, January 6, 1942
16. Dowling Regarding Taxation, undated
17. John Driy Regarding Emerson American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, February 25, 1942
18. Buford Eastman Regarding Lennox Furnace Organization and Wages, February 9, 1942
19. Bill Elconin Regarding Los Angeles Organization, December 8, 1941
Folder 42 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, January 20, 1937 - May 20, 1941
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 1117, January 20, 1937
2. Emspak Regarding Dues and Local 1104, December 23, 1937
3. Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Dues and Local 1104, January 5, 1938
4. Emspak Regarding Century and Wages, January 21, 1938
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 24, 1938
6. Emspak Regarding Factionalism, January 28, 1938
7. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 5, 1938
8. Emspak Regarding Merger of Locals 808 and 1117, Local 1102 and Firings, February 5, 1938
9. Emspak Regarding Carey Visit, February 9, 1938
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1117, February 19, 1938
11. Emspak Regarding Address, February 24, 1938
12. Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 12, 1940
13. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 14, 1940
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 5, 1940
15. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 2, 1941
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and St. Louis Strike, January 13, 1941
17. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1103 Century Strike, January 21, 1941
18. Emspak Regarding Maytag, January 22, 1941
19. Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 29, 1941
20. Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, February 4, 1941
21. Emspak Regarding UE News, February 7, 1941
22. Emspak Regarding Local 1108 Century Strike, February 7, 1941
23. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, February 17, 1941
24. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 11, 1941
25. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 2, 1941
26. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 9, 1941
27. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 10, 1941
28. Emspak Regarding UE News, April 18, 1941
29. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 19, 1941
30. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 23, 1941
31. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 29, 1941
32. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, May 6, 1941
33. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, May 14, 1941
34. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, May 20, 1941
Folder 43 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, May 27 - September 29, 1941
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, May 27, 1941
2. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, June 23, 1941
3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, June 9, 1941
4. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, June 16, 1941
5. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, June 23, 1941
6. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, July 21, 1941
7. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, August 4, 1941
8. Emspak Regarding Evansville American Bosch Organization, August 8, 1941
9. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 9, 1941
10. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Meeting, August 25, 1941
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, September 5, 1941
12. Emspak Regarding Mid-West Emergency Conference, September 29, 1941
13. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, September 29, 1941
Folder 44 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, October 6, 1941 - April 15, 1942
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, October 6, 1941
2. Emspak Regarding Washing Machine Industry Organization, October 16, 1941
3. Emspak Regarding Dues, October 16, 1941
4. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, October 21, 1941
5. Emspak Regarding Russ Nixon, October 24, 1941
6. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, November 17, 1941
7. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, November 28, 1941
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, December 1, 1941
9. Emspak Regarding Arms Organization, December 8, 1941
10. Emspak Regarding Benjamin Contract, January 8, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Arms Organization, January 8, 1942
12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, January 9, 1942
13. Emspak Regarding Local 825, January 23, 1942
14. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, January 26, 1942
15. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, February 10, 1942
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, February 18, 1942
17. Emspak Regarding Workers Compensation Board, February 18, 1942
18-19. Emspak Regarding Moline Implement Organization, March 2, 1942
20. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, March 2, 1942
21. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, March 9, 1942
22. Emspak Regarding Local 815 Organization, March 16, 1942
23. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, March 19, 1942
24. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, March 31, 1942
25. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 6, 1942
26. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 15, 1942
Folder 45 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, April 21 - October 17, 1942
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 21, 1942
2. Emspak Regarding Midwest Emergency Conference and Congressional, April 23, 1942
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27, 1942
4. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, April 29, 1942
5. Emspak Regarding Meetings, April 30, 1942
6. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, May 4, 1942
7. Emspak Regarding Publicity, May 12, 1942
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville Organization, May 15, 1942
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 20, 1942
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 25, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 3, 1942
12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 8, 1942
13. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 15, 1942
14. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 18, 1942
15. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 22, 1942
16. Emspak Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 23, 1942
17. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 29, 1942
18. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 6, 1942
19. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 13, 1942
20. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 20, 1942
21. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, September 9, 1942
22. Emspak Regarding Legislation, September 24, 1942
23. Emspak Regarding Brown-Wagner Resolution and Congress of Industrial Organizations, September 25, 1942
24. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, Wages, AFL and Cairo, October 17, 1942
Folder 46 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, October 19, 1942 - July 21, 1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Soviet-American Friendship Congress, October 19, 1942
2. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 29, 1942
3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, February 17, 1943
4. Emspak Regarding Insurance and U.S. Cartridge, February 27, 1943
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 1, 1943
6. Emspak Regarding Local 1102, March 25, 1943
7. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, April 5, 1943
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, April 12, 1943
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, April 26, 1943
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 4, 1943
11. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, May 6, 1943
12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 10, 1943
13. Emspak Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, May 10, 1943
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1943
15. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 17, 1943
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 26, 1943
17. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 1, 1943
18. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 8, 1943
19. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 21, 1943
20. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 6, 1943
21. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 12, 1943
22. Emspak Regarding Women's Conference and Small Arms Negotiations, July 14, 1943
23. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 16, 1943
24. Emspak Regarding Evansville and Finances, July 21, 1943
25. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 21, 1943
Folder 47 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, August 4 - December 3, 1943
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, August 4, 1943
2. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, August 9, 1943
3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, August 18, 1943
4-5. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, August 26, 1943
6. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, September 2, 1943
7. Emspak Regarding 1943 Convention and Local 1108, September 8, 1943
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, September 22, 1943
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, October 4, 1943
10. Emspak Regarding Political Action Organization, October 6, 1943
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 15, 1943
12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, October 15, 1943
13. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 15, 1943
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 22, 1943
15. Emspak Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, October 25, 1943
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, November 2, 1943
17. Emspak Regarding UE News, November 3, 1943
18. Emspak Regarding Women's Bureau, Small Arms and Women, November 26, 1943
19. Emspak Regarding Ratner Visit, November 27, 1943
20. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, December 2, 1943
21. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board and Ladies Auxiliaries, December 2, 1943
22. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 3, 1943
23. Emspak Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, Decembr 3, 1943
24. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, December 7, 1943
Folder 48 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, December 15, 1943 - May 11, 1944
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, December 15, 1943
2. Emspak Regarding Texas Organization, December 17, 1943
3. Emspak Regarding Conscription, December 21, 1943
4. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, December 30, 1943
5. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, January 4, 1944
6. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, January 12, 1944
7. Emspak Regarding U.S. Cartridge Contract, January 15, 1944
8. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, January 19, 1944
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, February 2, 1944
10. Emspak Regarding Military Personnel, February 12, 1944
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, February 14, 1944
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 17, 1944
13. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, February 24, 1944
14. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, March 3, 1944
15. Emspak Regarding Dues, Check-off and UE Constitution, March 4, 1944
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, March 29, 1944
17. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, April 5, 1944
18. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, April 17, 1944
19. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 17, 1944
20. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 1, 1944
21. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 4, 1944
22. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 8, 1944
23. Emspak Regarding California Staff Members, May 11, 1944
Folder 49 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, May 31 - November 22, 1944
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Political Action, May 31, 1944
2. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 23, 1944
3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 5, 1944
4. Emspak Regarding Servel Organization, June 8, 1944
5. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 16, 1944
6. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, June 27, 1944
7. Emspak Regarding ASM Organization, July 5, 1944
8. Emspak Regarding Farm Equipment Workers, July 6, 1944
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 17, 1944
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 21, 1944
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, July 25, 1944
12. Emspak Regarding Local 811 Constitution, July 26, 1944
13. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 28, 1944
14. Emspak Regarding Ken Rad Bowling Green Organization, July 31, 1944
15. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 2, 1944
16. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, August 7, 1944
17. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, August 17, 1944
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 18, 1944
19. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 31, 1944
20. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 7, 1944
21. Emspak Regarding General Motors Wichita Falls Organization, November 1, 1944
22. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, November 3, 1944
23. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, November 10, 1944
24. Emspak Regarding Emspak Meeting, November 13, 1944
25. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 22, 1944
Folder 50 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, December 20, 1944 - June 29, 1945
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Mississippi Organization, December 20, 1944
2. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, December 22, 1944
3. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 27, 1944
4. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, January 5, 1945
5. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 8, 1945
6. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 9, 1945
7. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 15, 1945
8. Emspak Regarding Evansville Finances, January 23, 1945
9. Emspak Regarding Mississippi Organization, January 15, 1945
10. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, February 1, 1945
11. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, February 2, 1945
12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, February 7, 1945
13. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 20, 1945
14. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, March 26, 1945
15. Emspak Regarding Mississippi Organization and Mississippi Valley Authority, March 15, 1945
16. Emspak Regarding Southern Organization, April 17, 1945
17. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 26, 1945
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 2, 1945
19. Emspak Regarding Finances and Evansville, May 8, 1945
20. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 18, 1945
21. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 1, 1945
22. Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 12, 1945
23-24. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 14, 1945
25-26. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 29, 1945
Folder 51 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, July 23, 1945 - September 3, 1948
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 23, 1945
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 24, 1945
3. Emspak Regarding Emspak Visit, September 24, 1945
4. Emspak Regarding District 6, October 30, 1945
5. Emspak Regarding General Executive Board and Local 825, December 14, 1945
6. Emspak Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, January 29, 1946
7. Emspak Regarding National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, April 4, 1946
8. Emspak Regarding Inland Container Organization and United Paper, April 26, 1946
9. Emspak Regarding Local 1421, July 17, 1946
10. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 30, 1946
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 18, 1946
12. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1947
13. Emspak Regarding Emspak Visit, December 26, 1947
14. Emspak Regarding Palestine, February 16, 1948
15. Emspak Regarding GEB Meeting, May 11, 1948
16. Emspak Regarding Local 813 Seeger Strike, May 19, 1948
17. Emspak Regarding Local 806 Central State Foundry, June 5, 1948
18. Emspak Regarding Finances and Publicity, June 23, 1948
19. Emspak Regarding Wages and Publicity, July 2, 1948
20. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 2, 1948
21. Emspak Regarding Stewards, July 21, 1948
22. Emspak Regarding Wages and Finances, September 3, 1948
Folder 52 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, January 15, 1942 - July 13, 1948
1. Leonard Farmer Regarding Little Rock Westinghouse Organization, August 6, 1948
2. Henry Fiering Regarding Staff Members, February 10, 1948
3. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, January 15, 1942
4. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, January 21, 1942
5. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, February 14, 1942
6. Fitzgerald Regarding Production Conference, April 29, 1942
7. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, February 16, 1943
8. Fitzgerald Regarding Pittsburgh Visit, March 8, 1943
9. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, November 16, 1943
10. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, January 6, 1944
11. Fitzgerald Regarding Shoe Workers and Political Action, September 9, 1944
12. Fitzgerald Regarding 1944 UE Convention, September 11, 1944
13. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, March 4, 1945
14. Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, April 5, 1945
15. Fitzgerald Regarding District 8 Officers and Factionalism, December 10, 1945
16. Fitzgerald Regarding Farmers Union, February 26, 1946
17. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 813, June 14, 1946
18. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 1102 Factionalism, July 23, 1946
19. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 1102 Factionalism, August 7, 1946
20. Fitzgerald Regarding Urban League, Iowa, Nebraska and Congress of Industrial Organization, August 23, 1946
21. Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action and New Party, July 13, 1948
22. Paul Fitzpatrick Regarding National Labor Advisory Council, April 22, 1943
23. Walter Fribbie Regarding United Auto Workers and War Manpower Commission, February 10, 1943
Folder 53 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, December 20, 1941 - February 2, 1945
1. Nat Geller Regarding Finances, February 2, 1942
2. John Gojack Regarding Paducah Magnavox Organization, January 22, 1947
3. Clara Hall Regarding Membership, undated
4. Marthe Hard Regarding Local 1421 and Sentner Visit, March 27, 1945
5. Hard Regarding Local 1421, March 27, 1945
6. Ben Henry Regarding Cedar Rapids Collins Radio Organization, November 15, 1945
7. Lee Henry Regarding African Americans and Lukis-Harold, November 27, 1942
8. Eugene Hill Regarding Alabama Organization, Congress of Industrial Organizations and National Maritime Union, April 20, 1943
9. Robert Holloway Regarding Staff Members and Texas Organization, December 26, 1944
10. Holloway Regarding Supreme Instruments Organization and Memphis, January 25, 1945
11. Holloway Regarding Clinton Project Organization, January 25, 1945
12. Holloway Regarding Southern Organization, January 25, 1945
13. Holloway Regarding Jackson GE Organization, January 25, 1945
14. Holloway Regarding International Longshoremen and Warehouse Union Staff Members, February 2, 1945
15. Joe Hood Regarding Staff Members, February 8, 1943
16. Hood Regarding Texas Organization, December 25, 1943
17. Donald Howard Regarding Andrews Heating, December 20, 1941
18. Howard Regarding Midwest Emergency Conference and Office of Personnel Management, January 8, 1942
Folder 54 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, January 28, 1942 - January 27, 1950
1. Ben Johnson Regarding Staff Members, October 28, 1946
2. Charles Kelley Regarding Detroit Wagners, January 28, 1942
3. Robert Kirkwood Regarding War Production Board, June 19, 1942
4. Ray Klausner Regarding Eitel McCullough Organization, October 11, 1943
5. Klausner Regarding Merger of Locals 1111 and 1131, November 23, 1943
6. Klausner Regarding Locals 611 and 777 Organization, February 8, 1944
7. Klausner Regarding New York Visit, June 6, 1945
8. Klausner Regarding New York Visit, December 3, 1945
9. Klausner Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, July 3, 1946
10. Klausner Regarding United Auto Workers, United Motors Service and Organization, April 6, 1944
11. Lou Majors Regarding Cedar Rapids Collins Radio Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, undated
12. Frederick Marrero Regarding Staff Finances and Local 236, January 27, 1950
13. Otto Maschoff Regarding Staff Members and Local 825, October 19, 1943
Folder 55 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, November 9, 1937 - August 6, 1941
1. James Matles Regarding District Council and Consitution, November 9, 1937
2. Matles Regarding Local 1104, Finances, Organization and Evansville with List of Unorganized Shops, December 30, 1937
3. Matles Regarding Matles Visit, January 5, 1938
4. Matles Regarding Contracts, Superior Electric and Inter-union Rivalry, January 25, 1938
5. Matles Regarding Local 1116, January 28, 1938
6. Matles Regarding Newton, February 2, 1938
7. Matles Regarding People's Press, February 14, 1938
8. Matles Regarding Maytag Strike, February 15, 1938
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 13, 1941
10. Matles Regarding Finances, May 28, 1941
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 28, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 11, 1941
13. Matles Regarding Organization and Evansville, June 11, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Kansas City Exide Organization, June 23, 1941
15. Matles Regarding Matles Visit, July 2, 1941
16. Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, July 3, 1941
17. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 29, 1941
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members and St. Joseph Organization, August 5, 1941
19. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 6, 1941
Folder 56 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, August 7, 1941 - February 17, 1942
1. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 7, 1941
2. Matles Regarding Maytag Strike, August 15, 1941
3. Matles Regarding Finances, Staff Members and Organization, August 16, 1941
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 12, 1941
5. Matles Regarding Servel Organization, September 29, 1941
6. Matles Regarding Servel Organization, October 1, 1941
7. Matles Regarding Servel Organization, October 2, 1941
8. Matles Regarding Chicago Staff Members, October 6, 1941
9. Matles Regarding Finances and Evansville, October 23, 1941
10. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 23, 1941
11. Matles Regarding Union Shop, October 29, 1941
12. Matles Regarding Kansas Exide Organization, November 4, 1941
13. Matles Regarding Kansas Exide Organization, November 7, 1941
14. Matles Regarding Organization, Small Arms Strike and American Federation of Labor, November 25, 1941
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Office of Personnel Management, December 1, 1941
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 9, 1941
17. Matles Regarding Battery Council, December 30, 1941
18. Matles Regarding Radio Conference, January 5, 1942
19. Matles Regarding Staff Meeting, January 7, 1942
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 19, 1942
21. Matles Regarding Labor Unity, January 21, 1942
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 27, 1942
23. Matles Regarding Local 903, February 4, 1942
24. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 13, 1942
25. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 17, 1942
26. Matles Regarding Small Arms Organization, February 17, 1942
27. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 17, 1942
28. Matles Regarding Tri-City Organization, February 17, 1942
Folder 57 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, February 19 - June 27, 1942
1. James Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, February 19, 1942
2. Matles Regarding Office of Personnel Management, February 25, 1942
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 25, 1942
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 4, 1942
5. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Finances, March 9, 1942
6-7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 12, 1942
8-11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 18, 1942
12. Matles Regarding Finances and Small Arms Organization, March 30, 1942
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 30, 1942
14. Matles Regarding Finances and Des Moines, March 30, 1942
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 3, 1942
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, Des Moines and Small Arms Organization, April 8, 1942
17. Matles Regarding Finances, April 14, 1942
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 20, 1942
19. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 25, 1942
20. Matles Regarding Cairo Organization, May 25, 1942
21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 29, 1942
22. Matles Regarding District Executive Board, June 12, 1942
23. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Small Arms Organization, June 12, 1942
24. Matles Regarding Washington Office, June 16, 1942
25. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 27, 1942
Folder 58 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, July 1, 1942 - January 11, 1943
1. James Matles Regarding Kentucky Organization, July 1, 1942
2. Matles Regarding Owensboro KenRad Organization, American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry and Company Union, July 2, 1942
3. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 6, 1942
4. Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge, July 8, 1942
5. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 10, 1942
6. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 29, 1942
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 2, 1942
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 16, 1942
9-10. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 21, 1942
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 28, 1942
12. Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, October 7, 1942
13. Matles Regarding Local 810 and Staff Members, October 15, 1942
14. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 30, 1942
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 810, November 2, 1942
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 5, 1942
17. Matles Regarding AFL #21364, November 6, 1942
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 18, 1942
19. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 22, 1942
20. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 31, 1942
21. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 816, January 4, 1943
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 7, 1943
23. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 8, 1943
24. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 11, 1943
Folder 59 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, February 1 - June 29, 1943
1. James Matles Regarding Evansville Servel Organization, February 1, 1943
2. Matles Regarding Staff Members with February 1, 1943, John Nordman Letter to Matles, February 2, 1943
3. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 9, 1943
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 9, 1943
5. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 15, 1943
6-7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 19, 1943
8. Matles Regarding United Office and Professional Workers of America and Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians Inter-union Rivalry, February 17, 1943
9. Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, February 19, 1943
10. Matles Regarding Finances, February 27, 1943
11. Matles Regarding War Production Board, Marh 5, 1953
12. Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 5, 1943
13. Matles Regarding Moline Staff Members, March 8, 1943
14. Matles Regarding Evansville Servel Organization, April 6, 1943
15. Matles Regarding Eisenhower, April 23, 1943
16. Matles Regarding Birmingham Organization, May 3, 1943
17. Matles Regarding American Arbitration Association, May 5, 1943
18. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 14, 1943
19. Matles Regarding Symington and Factionalism, May 21, 1943
20. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 25, 1943
21. Matles Regarding Organizers Manual, June 1, 1943
22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 17, 1943
23. Matles Regarding Pittsburgh Visit, June 18, 1943
24. Matles Regarding Finances, June 21, 1943
25. Matles Regarding Hurley Organization, June 25, 1943
26. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 29, 1943
Folder 60 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, July 2, 1943 - December 13, 1945
1. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 2, 1943
2. Matles Regarding Lukas-Harold, July 7, 1943
3. Matles Regarding Stewart-Warner Organization, July 9, 1943
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 13, 1943
5. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, July 20, 1943
6. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 23, 1943
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 31, 1943
8. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, August 4, 1943
9. Matles Regarding Political Action, August 23, 1943
10. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 30, 1943
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Moline, August 30, 1943
12. Matles Regarding Finances, November 5, 1945
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 9, 1945
14. Matles Regarding Finances, and Organization at Evansville and Moline Western Cartridge, November 9, 1945
15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 9, 1945
16. Matles Regarding African American Staff Members, November 14, 1945
17. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 20, 1945
18. Matles Regarding Evansville Unemployment, Noveber 23, 1945
19. Matles Regarding African Americans, Staff Members and Chicago, November 23, 1945
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 12, 1945
21. Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, December 13, 1945
Folder 61 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, December 14, 1945 - June 30, 1953
1. James Matles Regarding Lincoln Western Electric Organization, December 14, 1945
2. Matles Regarding Coordinating Committee, December 17, 1945
3. Matles Regarding Nebraska Organization and Southern Staff Members, December 17, 1945
4. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 16, 1946
5. Matles Regarding N. Adams Sprague Condensor Organization, February 7, 1946
6. Matles Regarding GE St. Louis Strike, February 14, 1946
7. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 20, 1946
8. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Western Cartridge Organization, Marh 28, 1946
9. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 6, 1946
10. Matles Regarding New Haven Winchester Organization and Staff Members, June 7, 1946
11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 14, 1946
12. Matles Regarding Finances, June 25, 1946
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 19, 1946
14. Matles Regarding Local 1139, July 22, 1946
15. Matles Regarding Finances, July 29, 1946
16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 1, 1946
17. Matles Regarding Westinghouse Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, October 21, 1946
18. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 22, 1946
19. Matles Regarding Moloney Electric Organization, November 6, 1946
20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 31, 1947
21. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 11, 1947
22. Matles Regarding Finances, January 8, 1948
23. Matles Regarding Finances and Owensboro, February 24, 1948
24. Matles Regarding Local 805 and Finances, March 3, 1948
25. Matles Regarding Wagner Electric Organization, June 15, 1948
26. Matles Regarding Wagner Electric Service Organization, June 25, 1948
27-28. Matles Regarding Wagner Electric Service Organization, July 6, 1948
29. Matles Regarding Finances and Local 805, August 11, 1948
30. Matles Regarding Taft Hartley and Erie Bucyrus, September 16, 1948
31. Matles Regarding Louisville Finances, February 8, 1950
32. Matles Regarding Stewart Waiver, June 30, 1953
33. Matles Regarding Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians, undated
34. Matles Regarding Louisville Westinghouse, undated
35. Matles Regarding Moline, undated
36. Matles Regarding Maytag, undated
Folder 62 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, January 17, 1938 - August 2, 1946
1. James Matles Regarding Locals 1102 and 1104 and White Collar Workers Organization, undated
2. Edward Matthews Regarding Westinghouse Naval Ordinance Organization and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, September 1, 1944
3. Matthews Regarding Federation of Westinghouse Independent Salaried Workers, February 27, 1948
4. Matthews Regarding Wages and Association of Western State Engineers, May 14, 1948
5. William Mitchell Regarding Local 1212, January 17, 1938
6. Eleanor Nelson Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization and United Federal Workers, February 27, 1946
7. Nelson Regarding Wages and Sharon Westinghouse, May 20, 1948
8. Mitchell Regarding Company Reports, February 10, 1938
9. Dick Niebur Regarding Ohio Organization and Factionalism, February 1943
10. James Payne Regarding Evansville Sunbeam Organization, April 11, 1942
11. Don Pinkston Regarding Staff Members, Des Moines and Sioux City, March 17, 1942
12. Joe Pulton Regarding Cedar Rapids Collins Radio, Unemployment and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, October 8, 1945
13. David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, December 4, 1945
14. Ratner Regarding Staff Members, December 14, 1945
15. Ratner Regarding Staff Members, January 2, 1946
16. Ratner Regarding Marion Staff Members, January 3, 1946
17. Ratner Regarding Kansas City Staff Members, January 12, 1946
18. Ratner Regarding Fringe Benefits and R & L Electric, August 2, 1946
19. Ben Risken Regarding General Cable and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 2, 1946
20. William Roberts Regarding Louisville Organization, Marh 12, 1942
21. Sol Rosner Regarding Political Action, May 28, 1945
Folder 63 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, March 10, 1942 - March 29, 1948
1. David Scribner Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, October 12, 1943
2. Scribner Regarding Servel and Wages, April 13, 1946
3. Scribner Regarding Fitzgerald Meeting, undated
4. Marie Slass Regarding Lincoln Western Electric Organization, November 27, 1945
5. Slass Regarding Western Electric Inter-union Rivalry and Organization, December 9, 1945
6. Albert Smith Regarding Staff Members, June 8, 1942
7. Owen Smith Regarding Organization and Minneapolis Moline, March 10, 1942
8. Nat Spero Regarding Edison Cairo Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, March 22, 1946
9. A. N. Towsen Regarding Severence Pay, May 31, 1944
10. D. W. Vaughn Regarding Negotiations and Seeger Refrigeration, March 29, 1948
11. Jack Tunner Regarding British Amalgamated Engineering Union, April 20, 1944
12. Louis Wagner Regarding District Officers and Factionalism with November 5, 1945, William Drohan Letter to Wagner, November 3, 1945
13. Jerome Walsh Regarding Truman, May 3, 1945
14. Rex Wheelock Regarding Moline and Local 814, February 24, 1944
15. Wheelock Regarding Farm Equipment Workers and United Auto Workers, June 14, 1944
16. Wheelock Regarding Moline, June 10, 1946
17. Charles Wright Regarding Local 813 and Finances, December 8, 1942
18. Wright Regarding Local 813 and Staff Finances, November 1, 1946
Folder 64 District 8 William Sentner Incoming Correspondence, 1941 - 1946
1. Maurice Young Regarding Des Moines CIO, Des Moines Organization, African Americans and Inter-union Rivalry with American Federation of Labor and United Rubber Workers, March 16, 1942
2. Young Regarding Staff Members and Newton, March 16, 1942
3. Young Regarding Des Moines Ordinance Organization, Des Moines CIO and AFL and URW Inter-union Rivalry with Resolution, March 29, 1942
4. Letter Regarding Strikes, April 12, 1941
5. Letter Regarding Local 714 Organization, January 13, 1944
6. Letter Regarding Political Action and Win the War Conference, 1944
7. Letter Regarding Inland Container and United Paperworkers, July 19, 1946

Box 2
Folder 1 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, November 5, 1937 - January 17, 1940
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, District Constitution and Local 1102, Noember 5, 1937
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding District Constitution, Noember 11, 1937
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, November 12, 1937
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1104, Finances and Unemployment, December 28, 1937
5. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1104, Finances and Unemployment, December 30, 1937
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organizationn, Evansville and Trial, January 4, 1938
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization, Evansville and District 8 Convention, January 5, 1938
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1126 Disbanding, January 13, 1938
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Superior Electric Strike and Metal Polishers Inter-union Rivalry, January 15, 1938
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 1108 Century Electric Negotiations, January 18, 1938
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Superior Electric and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, January 26, 1938
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Maytag Strike and Unemployment, February 2, 1938
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Superior Electric and Inter-union Rivalry, February 7, 1938
14. Sentner to James Carey Regarding Emerson and Sit-Down Anniversary Dinner, February 9, 1938
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Emerson and Sit-Down Dinner, February 10, 1938
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Organization and Peoria, March 21, 1938
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Negotiation, January 6, 1940
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Maytag with Advertisement, January 17, 1940
Folder 2 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, August 8, 1940 - April 23, 1941
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 8, 1940
2. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Baldor, August 15, 1940
3. Sentner to All Local Unions Regarding District 8 Convention, August 1940
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, September 10, 1940
5. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 25, 1940
6. Sentner to James Matles Regarding General Dry Battery Contract and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, January 16, 1941
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1108 Century Strike, January 21, 1941
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 21, 1941
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding UE News, February 2, 1941
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, February 1941
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding UE News, April 11, 1941
12. Sentner to Michael Widman Regarding United Auto Workers and Ford Organization, April 2, 1941
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Maytag and Finances, April 8, 1941
14. Sentner to Agnes Quinn Regarding Staff Members, April 14, 1941
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding UE News and Factionalism, April 15, 1941
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding UE News and Factionalism, April 23, 1941
Folder 3 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, May 6 - July 30, 1941
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Cairo Edison Plant Organization, May 6, 1941
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville and Cairo Organization, May 14, 1941
3. Sentner to Walter Wofford Regarding Staff Members, May 14, 1941
4. Sentner to Joe Hood Regarding Staff Members, May 25, 1941
5. Sentner to R. Davidson Regarding Cincinnati Organization and CIO, May 25, 1941
6. Sentner to Thurlow Jones Regarding Staff Members, May 26, 1941
7. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Ohio Organization, May 26, 1941
8. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 5, 1941
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1104 and Finances, June 5, 1941
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Emerson Employment Negotiation, June 13, 1941
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding New York Trip, Staff Members and Sunbeam Organization, June 16, 1941
12. Sentner to Arthur Garfield Regarding Dayton Staff Members, June 16, 1941
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel, Evansville and Local 1114 Organization, June 27, 1941
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, United Auto Workers and Staff Members, June 30, 1941
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Matles Visit, July 3, 1941
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances, Organization and Staff Members, July 31, 1941
17. Sentner to Larry Day Regarding Staff Members, July 22, 1941
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Sunbeam Organization, July 22, 1941
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 23, 1941
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding CIO, July 25, 1941
21. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 25, 1941
22. Sentner to Emspak Regarding American Bosch Organization, July 30, 1941
Folder 4 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, August 4 - September 17, 1941
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 4, 1941
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel Organization and Staff Members with Clipping, August 6, 1941
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 8, 1941
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 9, 1941
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Umbriet and Taylor Negotiation, Steward Hog Ring Organization and International Association of Machinists, August 14, 1941
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Umbriet and Taylor Negotiation, Erickson Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, August 16, 1941
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Maytag Negotiation, Staff Members, Unemployment and Office of Price Administration with Alex Barbour Letter, August 20, 1941
8. Sentner to James McLeaish Regarding Cairo Edison Organization and Staff Members, August 21, 1941
9. Sentner to Harry Block Regarding Kansas City Exide Organization, August 21, 1941
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 24, 1941
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Erickson Organization, AFL Inter-union Rivalry, Maytag Negotiation, Parsons and Dexter Washing Machines Organization and Staff Members, August 29, 1941
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 27, 1941
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 27, 1941
14-15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 1941
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Sunbeam Organization, Evansville, Office of Production Management and Maytag Negotiation, September 14, 1941
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Sunbeam Organization, September 17, 1941
Folder 5 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, September 19 - October 10, 1941
1. Sentner to Laurence Jacobsen Regarding Staff Members, September 19, 1941
2. Sentner to Joe Hood Regarding Staff Members, September 19, 1941
3. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 19, 1941
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 22, 1941
5. Sentner to Henry Fiering Regarding Staff Members, September 24, 1941
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 24, 1941
7. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 25, 1941
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel Organization and Office of Production Management, September 29, 1941
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Officers and District 8, September 29, 1941
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1941
11. Sentner to Eli Oliver Regarding Servel Organization and OPM, September 29, 1941
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 1941
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Chicago Conference and OPM, September 1941
14. Sentner to Lyle Dowling Regarding OPM and Political Action with October 3, 1941, Memo Discussion with Symington and Midwest Emergency Conference Report, October 4, 1941
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, October 7, 1941
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Dues and Check-offs with Dues Cards, October 7, 1941
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1116, Minneapolis and Teamsters, October 10, 1941
Folder 6 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, October 16 - November 13, 1941
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, Officers and District 8, October 16, 1941
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Factionalism, Officers and District 8, October 16, 1941
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 17, 1941
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Faultless Caster, October 19, 1941
5. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Elections, District 8, Officers and Staff Finances, October 19, 1941
6. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, October 20, 1941
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Office of Production Management, October 21, 1941
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Tri City Organization, October 23, 1941
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization, October 23, 1941
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Mid-West Conference, October 24, 1941
11. Sentner to Matles, October 24, 1941
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 25, 1941
13. Sentner to Buford Eastman Regarding Wassua and Omaha Organization, October 25, 1941
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Washington Visit, October 25, 1941
15. Sentner to Lyle Regarding Inflation, Conversion, Western Cartridge Organization, CIO and Political Action, October 1941
16. Sentner to Owen Smith Regarding Staff Members, November 4, 1941
17-18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 6, 1941
19. Sentner to W. B. McMillan Regarding Refrigerator Conversion, November 7, 1941
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Kansas City Exide, November 7, 1941
21. Sentner to Neal Brant Regarding OPM, November 7, 1941
22. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 8, 1941
23. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization, November 13, 1941
Folder 7 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, November 15 - December 31, 1941
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Kansas City Exide Organization and Internation Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 15, 1941
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 25, 1941
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 25, 1941
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 27, 1941
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization, November 28, 1941
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 4, 1941
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Tri-Cities Organization, December 4, 1941
8. Sentner to Franklin Roosevelt Regarding World War II, December 9, 1941
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Battery Council, December 23, 1941
10. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding Cleveland Conference and Office of Production Management, December 23, 1941
11. Sentner to Thurlow Jones Regarding Cleveland Conference, December 23, 1941
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Sefton Fibre Can Contract, December 23, 1941
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 28, 1941
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Radio Conference, December 30, 1941
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 30, 1941
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 31, 1941
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Benjamin Air Rifle Contract, December 31, 1941
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, December 31, 1941
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding Wages and Turet Building, December 31, 1941
Folder 8 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, January 5 - 24, 1942
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Battery Council, January 5, 1942
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization, January 7, 1942
3. Sentner to Stella Abrams Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1942
4. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 800, January 12, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Office of Production Management, January 14, 1942
6. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding St. Louis Visit, January 14, 1942
7. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding Mid-West Emergency Conference, January 14, 1942
8. Sentner to Delmont Gaist Regarding Western Cartridge Organization and United Auto Workers, January 15, 1942
9-11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 16, 1942
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Maytag, January 16, 1942
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 20, 1942
14. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, January 21, 1942
15. Sentner to Reid Robinson Regarding Staff Members, January 22, 1942
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 24, 1942
17. Sentner to Lyle Regarding Legislation, Education and Organization, January 1942
Folder 9 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, February 1 - 12, 1942
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Maytag and War Labor Board, February 1, 1942
2. Sentner to W. Walesby Regarding Colt, February 3, 1942
3. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Ankey Small Arms Organization and Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers, United Rubber Workers and American Federation of Labor, February 12, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 6, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Tri-Cities Organization, February 7, 1942
6. Sentner to R. J. Thomas Regarding Western Cartridge Organization and UAW Inter-union Rivalry, February 10, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization and UAW Inter-Union Rivalry, February 10, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Labor Bureau of the Pacific, February 11, 1942
9-10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 11, 1942
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 11, 1942
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry with Maps, February 12, 1942
Folder 10 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, February 12 - 26, 1942
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Western Cartridge Organization and CIO and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, February 12, 1942
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, February 12, 1942
3. Sentner to Stella Abrams Regarding Staff Finances, February 17, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization and Evansville, February 17, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, February 17, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 20, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Eagle Signal Organization, February 20, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization, Small Arms, Des Moines and Inter-union Rivalry with United Steelworkers of America and United Mine Workers of America, February 20, 1942
9. Sentner to Owen Smith Regarding Finances, February 20, 1942
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances, February 20, 1942
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding CIO, Organization, Small Arms, Des Moines and Inter-union Rivalry with UMWA and USWA, February 20, 1942
12-13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 20, 1942
14. Sentner to George Dodson Regarding Staff Members, February 20, 1942
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, February 20, 1942
16. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board, February 25, 1942
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Emerson, International Association of Machinists and War Labor Board with Letters to George Keistein and John Driy, February 26, 1942
Folder 11 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, February 27 - March 18, 1942
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Organization, Small Arms, Des Moines, African Americans and St. Louis, February 27, 1942
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Sunbeam Organization, February 27, 1942
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Moline Implement, February 30, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, March 9, 1942
5. Sentner to Morris Young Regarding Organization, Des Moines and Staff Members, March 9, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 9, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Organization and Des Moines, March 9, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Perfection Manufacturing Contract, March 9, 1942
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 10, 1942
10. Sentner to Charles Kelly Regarding Local 737, March 10, 1942
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 10, 1942
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Racism, March 11, 1942
13. Sentner to Owen Smith Regarding Moline Organization, March 11, 1942
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Ordinance Plants Organization, March 11, 1942
15. Sentner to William Roberts Regarding Staff Members, March 16, 1942
16. Sentner to Hill Regarding Organization, U.S. Cartridge, War Labor Board, and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, March 18, 1942
17-20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 18, 1942
Folder 12 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, March 19 - April 21, 1942
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Local 1116, March 19, 1942
2. Sentner to Don Pinkston Regarding Des Moines Organization and Small Arms, March 19, 1942
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Des Moines Organiation and Small Arms, March 19, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 19, 1942
5. Sentner to Maurice Young Regarding Des Moines Organization and Small Arms, March 19, 1942
6. Sentner to Carl Bersing Regarding Ordinance Plants Organization, March 25, 1942
7. Sentner to William Mauseth Regarding Negotiations and Minneapolis Moline, March 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel Organization, March 1942
9. Sentner to Charles LaValley Regarding Minneapolis Moline Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, April 2, 1942
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization, April 2, 1942
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Des Moines Small Arms Organization, April 2, 1942
12. Sentner to Gilbert Prather Regarding Staff Members, April 6, 1942
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Des Moines Organization, April 9, 1942
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 14, 1942
15. Sentner to James Payne Regarding Dues, April 15, 1942
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, April 15, 1942
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding Rockford Organization, April 15, 1942
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Tool and Dye Makers Council, April 16, 1942
19. Sentner to Lyle Dowling Regarding Government Office, April 20, 1942
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 21, 1942
21. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel Organization and Staff Members, April 21, 1942
22. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Cairo Edison and Employment, April 21, 1942
23. Sentner to S. F. Larchar Regarding Cairo Edison and Employment, April 21, 1942
24. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Production Conference, April 21, 1942
Folder 13 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, April 29 - June 10, 1942
1. Sentner to Lyle Dowling Regarding Post War Production, April 29, 1942
2. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Office of Production Managment and Staff Members, April 1942
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Productivity, April 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization, Amertorp and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, May 4, 1942
5. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Education Department, May 11, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, May 12, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and U.S. Cartridge Organization, May 14, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization and Staff Members, May 20, 1942
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Dues, Finances and General Executive Board, May 23, 1942
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Emerson Staff Members, May 23, 1942
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Edison Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, May 27, 1942
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding General Executive Board, May 28, 1942
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization and Amalgamation of Locals 813 and 1002, June 5, 1942
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances and Cairo Organization, June 9, 1942
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding District Executive Board, June 9, 1942
16. Sentner to Albert Smith Regarding Staff Members, June 9, 1942
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Organization and Evansville, June 10, 1942
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Washington Office, June 10, 1942
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 1121 and Evansville Sunbeam Organization, June 10, 1942
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 10, 1942
Folder 14 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, June 15 - August 24, 1942
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, June 15, 1942
2. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Organization and Cairo, June 23, 1942
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 23, 1942
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Ken Ran Organization, June 30, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 1, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding War Labor Board and U.S. Cartridge, July 7, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization, July 7, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization, July 7, 1942
9. Sentner Regarding Staff Finances, July 13, 1942
10. Sentner to James Payne Regarding Owensboro Organization, July 21, 1942
11. Sentner to Charles Rivers Regarding Conference, July 21, 1942
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, July 21, 1942
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Edison Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, July 22, 1942
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 24, 1942
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 24, 1942
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Ordinance Workers Conference, July 29, 1942
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 3, 1942
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Cairo, August 13, 1942
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding GE Kokomo Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, August 24, 1942
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization and Cairo, August 24, 1942
21. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers, August 26, 1942
Folder 15 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, August 26 - June 10, 1942
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization, August 26, 1942
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 26, 1942
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Edison Organization, August 26, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, August 28, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization and Staff Members, August 28, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Edison Organization, August 31, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 16, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 17, 1942
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, September 23, 1942
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 29, 1942
11. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Education Department, May 11, 1942
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Chicago Organization, May 12, 1942
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and U.S. Cartridge Organization, May 14, 1942
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization, Women and Staff Members, May 20, 1942
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Dues, Finances and General Executive Board Organization, May 23, 1942
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Emerson and Staff Members, May 23, 1942
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Edison Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, May 27, 1942
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding General Executive Board, May 28, 1942
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization and Amalgamation of Locals 813 and 1002, June 5, 1942
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances and Cairo Organization, June 9, 1942
21. Sentner to Matles Regarding District Executive Board, June 9, 1942
22. Sentner to Albert Smith Regarding Staff Members, June 9, 1942
23. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cairo Organization and Evansville, June 10, 1942
24. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 112 and Sunbeam Organization, June 10, 1942
25. Sentner to Matles Regarding Washington Office, June 10, 1942
26. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 10, 1942
Folder 16 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, October 20 - December 9, 1942
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 20, 1942
2. Sentner to Grant Oaks Regarding Organization, Collins Radio, ABC Washing Machines, and Farm Equipment Workers Inter-union Rivalry, October 20, 1942
3. Sentner to Lyle Dowling Regarding Political Action, October 26, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, October 28, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 28, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Edison Organization, Cairo, and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, October 30, 1942
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and U.S. Cartridge Organization, November 2, 1942
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 2, 1942
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 20, 1942
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding District 10, Staff Members and FE Inter-union Rivalry, November 24, 1942
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Women, November 23, 1942
12. Sentner to Jerry Fields Regarding FE, Organization and ABC Washing Machines, November 24, 1942
13. Sentner to Gus Townsen Regarding Job Evaluation, Emerson and Sunbeam Century, November 27, 1942
14. Sentner to Dowling Regarding Chicago Emergency, Conference and Wages, December 1, 1942
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 2, 1942
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Holidays, Decembr 4, 1942
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 7, 1942
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 9, 1942
Folder 17 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence,
1. Sentner to A. N. Townsen Regarding Wages and Profits, December 29, 1942
2. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Wages and Staff Members, December 29, 1942
3. Sentner to Townsen Regarding Wages, December 29, 1942
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 29, 1942
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and New York Conference, December 31, 1942
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization, U.S. Cartridge and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, December 31, 1942
7. Sentner to Dwight Green Regarding Cairo Edison Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, 1942
8. Sentner to J. V. Forestal Regarding Cairo Edison Organization and AFL Inter-union Rivalry, 1942
9. Sentner to Thomas Gaukel Regarding Manpower, African Americans and Women, January 3, 1943
10. Sentner to Edward McDonald Regarding War Manpower Commission, January 3, 1943
11. Sentner to Fowler Harper Regarding War Manpower Commission, January 4, 1943
12. Sentner to Walter Frisbee Regarding Evansville War Manpower Commission, January 22, 1943
13. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action and Wages, January 22, 1943
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Political Action and Wages, January 22, 1943
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Negotiations and Decca, January 22, 1943
16. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District 8 Visit, February 2, 1943
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding Cannon Electric Organization, February 3, 1943
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 3, 1943
19. Sentner to Local 1110 President Regarding Southern Illinois and Indiana, February 8, 1943
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization and Staff Members, February 12, 1943
Folder 18 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, February 12 - March 5, 1943
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 12, 1943
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 12, 1943
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 12, 1943
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding War Production Board, February 16, 1943
5. Sentner to E. B. Epping Regarding War Production Board and Arkansas, February 16, 1943
6. Sentner to Joe Hood Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1943
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1943
8. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding CIO, February 16, 1943
9. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board and United Auto Workers, February 16, 1943
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding U.S. Cartridge Negotiation, February 16, 1943
11. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, February 17, 1943
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization and White Collar Workers, February 19, 1943
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 1102, 1004, and 1108, February 19, 1943
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 22, 1943
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, February 22, 1943
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 22, 1943
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding War Production Board, February 27, 1943
18. Sentner to Stella Abrams Regarding Address, March 5, 1943
19. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board and CIO Conference, March 5, 1943
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances and U.S. Cartridge Organization, March 5, 1943
21. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 5, 1943
Folder 19 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, March 16 - May 18, 1943
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Bechler Steel Products Organization, March 16, 1943
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel Organization, April 4, 1943
3. Sentner to William McClellan Regarding St. Louis Post War Planning, April 16, 1943
4. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding War Labor Board and Political Action, April 12, 1943
5. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Servel Organization, April 15, 1943
6. Sentner to Neil Brant Regarding Wages and Political Action, April 28, 1943
7. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding UE News, April 28, 1943
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding American Arbitration Association, April 28, 1943
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding GE Contracts and Wages, April 29, 1943
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding U.S. Cartridge Organization, May 4, 1943
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding CIO, May 3, 1943
12. Sentner to John Brophy Regarding War Labor Board and Wages, May 10, 1943
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Kansas City Organization, May 10, 1943
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding United Auto Workers, May 12, 1943
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization, May 17, 1943
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 18, 1943
Folder 20 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, June 9 - July 30, 1943
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 9, 1943
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Disbanding and Local 820, June 10, 1943
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Lukas Harold Organization, June 18, 1943
4. Sentner to E. F. Stevens Regarding Negotiations, Decca Records and War Labor Board, June 24, 1943
5. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 24, 1943
6. Sentner to Neil Brant Regarding War Labor Board, July 1, 1943
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Lukas Harold Organization, undated
8. Sentner to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, July 2, 1943
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Contracts and Westinghouse, July 2, 1943
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 6, 1943
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 7, 1943
12. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding War Manpower Commission, July 7, 1943
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 1104 Per Capita, July 7, 1943
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 21, 1943
15. Sentner to Sidney Hillman Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations Political Action Committee and Political Action, July 14, 1943
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Contracts and Westinghouse Maytag, July 14, 1943
17. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding CIO, July 14, 1943
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 15, 1943
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding Indianapolis CIO, July 15, 1943
20-21. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 27, 1943
22. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 30, 1943
Folder 21 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, August 2 - October 13, 1943
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding CIO and Political Action, August 2, 1943
2. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, August 9, 1943
3. Sentner to Thomas Quinn Regarding Productivity, August 16, 1943
4. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding Inflation and Political Action, August 19, 1943
5. Sentner to Nixon Regarding War Labor Board and Political Action, August 20, 1943
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding UE Convention, August 23, 1943
7. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding CIO and Political Action Committee, August 28, 1943
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 3, 1943
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Texas Organization, September 6, 1943
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Western Electric Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, September 7, 1943
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, Western Electric, Dues, Check-off and Wages, September 7, 1943
12. Sentner to Lou Kimmel Regarding Wendall Wilke, September 22, 1943
13. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 2, 1943
14. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Contracts, October 8, 1943
15. Sentner to John Nordman Regarding Staff Members, October 8, 1943
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Staff Members, October 9, 1943
17. Sentner to Otto Maschaff Regarding Staff Members and Local 825, October 9, 1943
18. Sentner to David Scribner Regarding Staff Members, October 9, 1943
19. Sentner to Martin Hourihan Regarding Staff Members, October 11, 1943
20. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 12, 1943
21. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding CIO PAC, October 12, 1943
22. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 13, 1943
Folder 22 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, October 19 - November 30, 1943
1. Sentner to A. F. Kojetinsky Regarding War Labor Board and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, October 19, 1943
2. Sentner to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 1009 Organization, October 19, 1943
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 19, 1943
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Officers and District 8, October 19, 1943
5. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Chicago Political Action Committee Conference, October 19, 1943
6. Sentner to David Scribner Regarding Evansville Huntington Organization, October 19, 1943
7. Sentner to Sidney Hillman Regarding CIO Political Action Committee, October 19, 1943
8. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding CIO, October 19, 1943
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Sangamo Meter Organization and USWA Inter-union Rivalry, October 20, 1943
10. Sentner to John Dougherty Regarding Sangamo Meter Organization and USWA Inter-union Rivalry, October 20, 1943
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Meeting; Organization; Inter-union Rivalry; Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers and USWA; CIO PAC; and American Soviet Friendship Conference, October 26, 1943
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding USWA, October 26, 1943
13. Sentner to Jack Tanner Regarding WWII Engineering Union of England, October 26, 1943
14. Sentner to All District 8 Locals Regarding Engineering Union of England, USSR and Confederation of Latin American Workers, October 27, 1943
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 15, 1943
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, November 30, 1943
Folder 23 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, December 1, 1943 - February 15, 1944
1. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Conscriptions, December 1, 1943
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding General Executive Board and Ladies Auxiliary, December 3, 1943
3. Sentner to All Union Secretaries Regarding Finances, December 4, 1943
4. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Constitution, Local 803 and Local 813, December 21, 1943
5. Sentner to David Scribner Regarding Convention Proceedings, December 28, 1943
6-7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 28, 1943
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Bendix and Singer Organization, December 31, 1943
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Kansas City Organization, December 31, 1943
10. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit with Schedule, January 4, 1944
11. Sentner to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, January 10, 1944
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding California, January 17, 1944
13. Sentner to Martin Hourihan Regarding California Trip, January 17, 1944
14. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Military Personnel, January 20, 1944
15. Sentner to Ed Matthews Regarding Westinghouse and Incentive Pay, January 21, 1944
16. Sentner to Ed Warren Regarding War Labor Board, February 7, 1944
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding California and Staff Members, February 7, 1944
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1421, February 7, 1944
19. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Universal Equipment Organization and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, February 15, 1944
Folder 24 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, February 17 - April 7, 1944
1. Sentner to Morris Muster Regarding Atlas Truck and United Furniture Workers, February 17, 1944
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Check-off, February 17, 1944
3. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 17, 1944
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding War Manpower Commission, February 19, 1944
5. Sentner to John Gojack Regarding St. Joe Visit, February 21, 1944
6. Sentner to Victor Decavitch Regarding Cleveland Visit, February 21, 1944
7. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Post War Planning, February 21, 1944
8. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding Fascism and Unemployment, February 21, 1944
9. Sentner to Tom Wright Regarding UE News and Radio Conference, March 3, 1944
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 8, 1944
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Local 1104 Per Capita, March 8, 1944
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 8, 1944
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 28, 1944
14. Sentner to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution, March 29, 1944
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Evansville Organization, March 29, 1944
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 30, 1944
17. Sentner to Gus Townsen Regarding Military Severence Pay, March 31, 1944
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1421, April 3, 1944
19. Sentner to Carl Brant Regarding Finances and Local 1421, April 3, 1944
20. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Staff Members, April 3, 1944
21. Sentner to David Scribner Regarding Staff Members, April 5, 1944
22. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding United Motors Service Organization and United Auto Workers, April 7, 1944
Folder 25 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, April 17 - June 30, 1944
1. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 17, 1944
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Financial Report, April 17, 1944
3. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding United Auto Workers and United Motor Organization, April 18, 1944
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding California Organization, April 24, 1944
5. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Western Electric Organization with Letter to Louis Majors, May 1, 1944
6. Sentner to Harry Truman Regarding U.S. Cartridge and Unemployment with Layoff Memo, May 29, 1944
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Servel Organization, June 2, 1944
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Finances, June 2, 1944
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Servel Organization and Finances, June 19, 1944
10. Sentner to Carl Brant Regarding Staff Members, June 22, 1944
11. Sentner to Ben Allen Regarding Political Action, June 22, 1944
12. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 1102 and Politcal Action, June 22, 1944
13-14. Sentner to Brant Regarding Staff Members, June 26, 1944
15. Sentner to Jack Montgomery Regarding General Executive Board and UE Convention, June 26, 1944
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding GEB and UE Convention, June 28, 1944
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 28, 1944
18. Sentner to Edward Matthews Regarding Westinghouse Contract, June 30, 1944
Folder 26 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, July 3 - August 30, 1944
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, July 3, 1944
2. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Chicago, July 5, 1944
3. Sentner to James Matles Regarding War Labor Board and U.S. Cartridge, July 8, 1944
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Radio Parts Industry, July 11, 1944
5. Sentner to Al Hartwell Regarding Political Action, July 13, 1944
6. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Women's School, July 13, 1944
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Reconversion and Wages, July 17, 1944
8. Sentner to Harry Truman Regarding UE Convention and Political Action, July 24, 1944
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Bowling Green Ken Rad Organization and Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers and American Federation of Labor, July 25, 1944
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Reconversion and Wages, July 31, 1944
11. Sentner to Forrest Donnel Regarding Kilgore Bill and Reconversion, August 5, 1944
12. Sentner to Truman Regarding Kilgore Bill and Reconversion, August 5, 1944
13. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action and United Steelworkers, August 14, 1944
14. Sentner to Mary Sweat Regarding Indiana and Kentucky Organization, August 14, 1944
15. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 25, 1944
16. Sentner to Daisy Smith Regarding Local 814, Racism and Factionalism, August 25, 1944
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Moline, August 25, 1944
18. Sentner to William McClellan Regarding Reconversion, Unemployment, Women and African Americans, August 30, 1944
Folder 27 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, September 5 - December 20, 1944
1. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE Convention, September 5, 1944
2. Sentner to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members, September 5, 1944
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Emerson, September 6, 1944
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Organization, September 11, 1944
5. Sentner to Robert Patterson Regarding Organization, Servel and War Department, September 14, 1944
6. Sentner to Neil Brant Regarding Servel Organization, September 15, 1944
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Servel Organization and National Labor Relations Board, September 15, 1944
8. Sentner to Ed Matthews Regarding Westinghouse Organization and Inter-union Rivalry, September 18, 1944
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Servel Organization, September 1944
10. Sentner to James Payne Regarding Hoosier Camp, October 3, 1944
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 8 Officers, October 16, 1944
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Motors Organization and Wichita Falls, October 20, 1944
13. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding CIO Convention and Natural Resources, October 20, 1944
14. Sentner to Emspak Regarding CIO Convention and Natural Resources, October 21, 1944
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Political Action, October 1944
16. Sentner to Ray Klausner Regarding General Executive Board and District 8, October 30, 1944
17. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, November 9, 1944
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Chicago Trip, November 10, 1944
19. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding District Executive Board, November 11, 1944
20. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action Committee, December 1, 1944
21. Sentner to John Gojack Regarding Political Action, December 4, 1944
22. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Organization with Organization Costs, December 20, 1944
Folder 28 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, December 21, 1944 - March 17, 1945
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 21, 1944
2. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 26, 1944
3. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1102, December 28, 1944
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 2, 1945
5. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Publicity and District Council Meeting with Letter to Local Presidents, January 4, 1945
6. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 5, 1945
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 8, 1945
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Executive Board, Wages and Political Action, January 24, 1945
9. Sentner to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Mississippi Organization, January 24, 1945
10. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Mississippi Organization, January 29, 1945
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Farm Equipment Workers and Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers and United Steelworkers of America, February 3, 1945
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, February 9, 1945
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Mississippi Organization, February 9, 1945
14. Sentner to Frank Cronin Regarding Lincoln Organization, February 9, 1945
15. Sentner to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Mississippi Moline Negotiations, February 13, 1945
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Dallas GE Service Organization, February 17, 1945
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Publicity, February 22, 1945
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, February 27, 1945
19. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 28, 1945
20. Sentner to James Davin Regarding Political Action and Socialist Party, March 1, 1945
21. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 17, 1945
Folder 29 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, March 30 - May 19, 1945
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Servel Organization, South and CIO, Marh 30, 1945
2. Sentner to Martha Hard Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, March 31, 1945
3. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, March 31, 1945
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding War Production Board and Reconversion, March 31, 1945
5. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Emerson, April 2, 1945
6. Sentner to Rex Wheelock Regarding Quad Cities Organization with Shop List, April 2, 1945
7. Sentner to James Payne Regarding Organization and Evansville, April 2, 1945
8. Sentner to Charles Wright Regarding War Production Board and Evansville, April 4, 1945
9. Sentner to L. E. Crandall Regarding Reconversion, April 4, 1945
10. Sentner to David Scribner Regarding East Alton Western Cartridge, African Americans and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, April 10, 1945
11. Sentner to James Carey Regarding Literature, April 11, 1945
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, April 20, 1945
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding California Visit, May 3, 1945
14. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Kansas City Organization, April 28, 1945
15. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, May 4, 1945
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 8, 1945
17. Sentner to Payne Regarding Organization and Evansville, May 19, 1945
Folder 30 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, May 22 - August 8, 1945
1. Sentner to John Synder Regarding Reconversion, May 22, 1945
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Reconstruction Finance Corporation and Emerson, May 22, 1945
3. Sentner to John Becker Regarding Irrigation, May 31, 1945
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding New York Trip, June 12, 1945
5. Sentner to Emspak Regarding GE Organization and United Auto Workers, American Federation of Labor and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, June 15, 1945
6. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Indiana and Labor Management Committee, June 15, 1945
7. Sentner to Phillip Murray Regarding Indiana Management Committee, June 15, 1945
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Indiana Labor Management Committee, June 15, 1945
9. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 20, 1945
10. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action and CIO, June 26, 1945
11. Sentner to Theodore Brown Regarding African Americans, Fair Employment Practices Commission and Local 1102, July 2, 1945
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Missouri Valley Authority and CIO, July 9, 1945
13. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Missouri Valley Authority and CIO, July 9, 1945
14. Sentner to Murray Regarding Missouri Valley Authority and CIO, July 12, 1945
15. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployment, July 16, 1945
16. Sentner to William Davis Regarding Unemployment and U.S. Cartridge, July 17, 1945
17. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Missouri Valley Authority and CIO, July 18, 1945
18. Sentner to Murray Regarding Missouri Valley Authority and CIO, July 18, 1945
19. Sentner to Marie Sloss Regarding Staff Members, July 18, 1945
20. Sentner to Ray Lee Regarding Organization, Western Electric Omaha and Lincoln, July 18, 1945
21. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Lincoln Western Electric Organization, July 18, 1945
22. Sentner to Joseph Dermondy Regarding Staff Members and Western Cartridge Organization, August 8, 1945
23. Sentner to Dermondy Regarding Staff Members and Western Cartridge Organization, August 8, 1945
Folder 31 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, August 9 - October 25, 1945
1. Sentner to Jim Ritchie Regarding Organization, Missouri and Pacific African Americans with Memo, August 9, 1945
2-3. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, August 9, 1945
4. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Officers and District 8, August 27, 1945
5. Sentner to Harry Block Regarding Factionalism and UE Convention, August 28, 1945
6. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 31, 1945
7. Sentner to Jack Knoll Regarding Political Action, September 20, 1945
8. Sentner to Joe Dermondy Regarding Tell City GE, September 25, 1945
9. Sentner to Stuart Symington Regarding Reconversion, Monopoly and Surplus, September 28, 1945
10. Sentner to Thelma Ostrow Regarding Foreign Policy, September 28, 1945
11. Sentner to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Monopoly, September 28, 1945
12. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Warehouse Workers, October 11, 1945
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Surplus Property, October 22, 1945
14. Sentner Regarding Factionlism, Officers and District 8, October 23, 1945
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 23, 1945
16. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Officers and District 8, October 24, 1945
17. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 25, 1945
18. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Factionlism and District 8 Officers, October 1945
Folder 32 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, October 26 - November 15, 1945
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Kentucky and Indiana GE Organization, October 26, 1945
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 26, 1945
3. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 30, 1945
4. Sentner to C. B. Baldwin Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, November 3, 1945
5. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, November 3, 1945
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members with Robert Duncan Letter to Sentner, November 5, 1945
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, District 8 Organization and Political Action, November 15, 1945
Folder 33 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, November 19 - December 31, 1945
1. Sentner to Rex Wheelock Regarding Cedar Rapids Collins Radio Organization, November 19, 1945
2. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 19, 1945
3. Sentner to Ben Henry Regarding Cedar Rapids Collins Organization, November 19, 1945
4. Sentner to J. W. McAfee Regarding Housing, Novembr 20, 1945
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Veterans and Evansville, November 20, 1945
6. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 23, 1945
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Lincoln Western Electric Organization, November 29, 1945
8. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 825, Decembr 12, 1945
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Organization and Omaha South, December 13, 1945
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Western Electric Organization, December 13, 1945
11. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding CIO and Factionalism, December 17, 1945
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Omaha Organization, December 15, 1945
13. Sentner to Marie Sloss Regarding Lincoln Organization, December 15, 1945
Folder 34 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, January 2 - April 18, 1946
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, January 2, 1946
2. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 10, 1946
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Ft. Wayne GE Strikes, January 13, 1946
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Ft. Wayne GE Strikes, January 1946
5. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 16, 1946
6. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionliams, January 16, 1946
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Eastern Trip, January 24, 1946
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding International Harvester Organization, Evansville and Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers, American Federation of Labor and Farm Equipment Workers, January 25, 1946
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Local 814, January 25, 1946
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Farm Equipment Workers, Moline, International Harvester and Strikes with Rex Wheelock Letter to Sentner, February 11, 1946
11. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Local 814, February 11, 1946
12. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding GE, February 11, 1946
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding International Harvester Organization, Evansville, Inter-union Rivalry and UAW, February 18, 1946
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Servel Organization with Organizational Program, February 23, 1946
15. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Strikes, GE, Servel Organization, Negotiations and Sunbeam, March 5, 1946
16. Sentner to David Scribner Regarding Staff Members, March 12, 1946
17. Sentner to Matles Regarding General Motors Contract, March 22, 1946
18. Sentner to Edward Matthews Regarding Strikes and Westinghouse, April 1, 1946
19. Sentner to Carl Brant Regarding California Trip, April 10, 1946
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Supplies, April 14, 1946
21. Sentner to Matles Regarding Evansville Organization and Internationla Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, April 18, 1946
22. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 18, 1946
Folder 35 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, April 19 - July 20, 1946
1. Sentner to All Locals Regarding Westinghouse Strike, April 19, 1946
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding UE News, April 19, 1946
3. Sentner to Joseph Dermondy Regarding California Trip, April 19, 1946
4. Sentner to Clifford McAvoy Regarding Missouri and Political Action, May 28, 1946
5. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, May 29, 1946
6. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding General Executive Board, May 29, 1946
7. Sentner to Jack Becker Regarding Political Action, May 31, 1946
8. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Local 1421, June 7, 1946
9. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 813 Stewards Conference, June 10, 1946
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Nebraska Organization, June 11, 1946
11. Sentner to Matles Regarding African Americans and Staff Members, June 13, 1946
12. Sentner to Ray Klausner Regarding Supplies, June 26, 1946
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 27, 1946
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Chicano Staff Members, July 2, 1946
15. Sentner to Barish Regarding Finances, July 1946
16. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 1421 Convention, July 15, 1946
17. Sentner to John Gojack Regarding Staff Members, July 17, 1946
18. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 1102, July 20, 1946
Folder 36 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, July 22, 1946 - February 5, 1947
1. Sentner to Rex Wheelock Regarding Contract, Bernard Leas and Local 814, July 22, 1946
2. Sentner to Charles Wright Regarding Staff Members and Local 813, July 23, 1946
3. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Iowa Organization, August 15, 1946
4. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Urban League, August 22, 1946
5. Sentner to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Staff Members and Evansville, August 27, 1946
6. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, August 29, 1946
7. Sentner to Revels Clayton Regarding Local St. Louis Organization, September 4, 1946
8. Sentner to Room 800 Regarding Film, September 1946
9. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 26, 1946
10. Sentner to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, October 9, 1946
11. Sentner to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 9, 1946
12. Sentner to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, October 14, 1946
13. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 813 and Local 814 Staff Members, October 14, 1946
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Norge Organization, October 19, 1946
15. Sentner to Barish Regarding Staff Members, October 22, 1946
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, undated
17. Sentner to Robert Logsdon Regarding Organization, GE, Jackson Inter-union Rivalry and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, November 13, 1946
18. Sentner to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 26, 1946
19. Sentner to Matles Regarding Farm Equipment Workers, United Auto Workers and Wages, November 27, 1946
20. Sentner to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1946
21. Sentner to Matles Regarding Lexington Organization, December 11, 1946
22. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiation and United Steelworkers of America, January 27, 1947
23. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 27, 1947
24. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 5, 1947
Folder 37 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, December 22, 1947 - May 21, 1948
1. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding General Officers Visit, December 22, 1947
2. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Southern Organizating Drive, December 31, 1947
3. Sentner to Bill Kahn Regarding Negotiation and District 8 Locals, January 12, 1948
4. Sentner to Owen Smith Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1948
5. Sentner to John Weltis Regarding Missouri Valley Authority, January 19, 1948
6. Sentner to Emspak Regarding General Officers Visit, January 21, 1948
7. Sentner to Matles Regarding Guards Organization, January 29, 1948
8. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 9, 1948
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 16, 1948
10. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 805, February 16, 1948
11. Sentner to Edward Matthews Regarding White Collar Workers and Wagner Electric, February 24, 1948
12. Sentner to Matles Regarding Negotiations, Sperry and B & L Electric, February 24, 1948
13. Sentner to John Gojack Regarding Negotiations and Sperry, February 27, 1948
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry and Evansville, February 1948
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 805 and Finances, February 27, 1948
16. Sentner to Matles Regarding Political Action and Bucyrus Erie United Steelworkers of America, March 1948
17. Sentner to George Guernsey Regarding CIO and Wages, April 5, 1948
18. Sentner to Barish Regarding Staff Members, April 5, 1948
19. Sentner to Edward Matthews Regarding Federation of Westinghouse Salaried Employees, Wages and White Collar Workers, May 3, 1948
20. Sentner to Elizabeth Moore Regarding Mid-West GE Conference, May 3, 1948
21. Sentner to Phillip Murray Regarding Strike, Seeger Refrigerator, Inter-union Rivalry and CIO, May 20, 1948
22. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 1102 Strike, May 20, 1948
23. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 825 and Finances, May 21, 1948
Folder 38 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, June 2 - October 21, 1948
1. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Wagner Electric, June 2, 1948
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, June 2, 1948
3. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances, June 18, 1948
4. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 813 Membership, June 18, 1948
5. Sentner to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 18, 1948
6. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Local 825 and Finances, June 18, 1948
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Constitution and District 8 Locals, June 30, 1948
8. Sentner to David Ratner Regarding Finances, July 6, 1948
9. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Negotiation and Evansville, July 1948
10. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, July 19, 1948
11. Sentner to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action, July 26, 1948
12. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, July 26, 1948
13. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Strike and Local 813 Bucyrus Erie, July 31, 1948
14. Sentner to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Organization and Little Rock, August 1, 1948
15. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 805 Finances, August 23, 1948
16. Sentner to Joseph Pulitzer Regarding Red-bating and Evansville, September 21, 1948
17. Sentner to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 1102, September 28, 1948
18. Sentner to Matles Regarding Officers, District 8 Organization and Negotiation, October 7, 1948
19. Sentner to E. H. Farr Regarding Emerson Electric Dismissals, October 5, 1948
20. Sentner to Matles Regarding Factionalism and District 8 Officers, October 21, 1948
Folder 39 District 8 William Sentner Outgoing Correspondence, July 21, 1948 - March 26, 1954
1. Sentner to Arthur Gaeth Regarding Gaeth Tour and Unemployment, July 21, 1948
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 8 Officers, 1949
3. Sentner to Joseph Pogue Regarding Factionlism and District 8 Officers, October 24, 1949
4. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 8 Officers, October 24, 1949
5. Sentner to Frederick Marrero Regarding Finances and Local 236, December 9, 1949
6. Sentner to James Matles Regarding Local 236F and Inter-union Rivalry, January 25, 1950
7. Sentner to David Ratner Regarding Local 235F and Inter-union Rivalry, February 2, 1950
8. Sentner to Matles Regarding Local 235F and Inter-union Rivalry, February 24, 1950
9. Sentner to Matles Regarding Finances, May 22, 1950
10. Sentner to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 22, 1950
11. Sentner to D. R. Regarding Emerson Organization, March 26, 1954
Folder 40 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, December 1, 1950 - October 21, 1954
1. Janet Barish Regarding Finances, January 28, 1952
2. Barish Regarding Finances, November 14, 1952
3. Barish Regarding Finances, January 22, 1954
4. Barish Regarding Finances, April 14, 1954
5. Barish Regarding Finances, July 16, 1954
6. Barish Regarding Unemployment Compensation, October 21, 1954
7. Bill Cahn Regarding Fraud Article, June 21, 1951
8. Jack Dolponte Regarding Strike Support, May 3, 1951
9. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 1, 1950
10. Emspak Regarding Amendments to Constitution, January 10, 1951
11. Emspak Regarding Membership, January 15, 1951
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 21, 1951
13. Emspak Regarding Finances of Sentner's Case, February 21, 1951
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 21, 1951
15. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 23, 1951
16. Emspak Regarding Organizational Matters, February 26, 1951
17. Emspak Regarding Union Delegation to Washington, D.C., March 12, 1951
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 23, 1951
19. Emspak Regarding Organization, March 27, 1951
20. Emspak Regarding Sale of Publication, April 23, 1951
21. Emspak Regarding IRS Forms, April 24, 1951
22. Emspak Regarding Information Request, May 4, 1951
23. Emspak Regarding Delegation to Washington, D.C., May 16, 1951
24. Emspak Regarding Local Bonding, May 28, 1951
25. Emspak Regarding Suspension Notice, August 3, 1951
Folder 41 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, October 12, 1951 - April 6, 1954
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Travel Plans, October 12, 1951
2. Emspak Regarding Wages, October 26, 1951
3. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 23, 1951
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 6, 1951
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 6, 1952
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 26, 1952
7. Emspak Regarding Publications, May 16, 1952
8. Emspak Regarding Strike Vote, July 8, 1952
9. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 22, 1952
10. Emspak Regarding Strike Support, September 24, 1952
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 6, 1952
12. Emspak Regarding Officers Lists, January 22, 1953
13. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 27, 1953
14. Emspak Regarding Amalgamation of Locals, April 2, 1953
15. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 23, 1953
16. Emspak Regarding Suspension, November 18, 1953
17. Emspak Regarding Meeting, January 6, 1954
18. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 11, 1954
19. Emspak Regarding Meeting, January 13, 1954
20. Emspak Regarding Meeting, January 19, 1954
21. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 20, 1954
22. Emspak Regarding Bonding, February 17, 1954
23. Emspak Regarding Financial Report, February 24, 1954
24. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 25, 1954
25. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 6, 1954
Folder 42 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, August 26, 1951 - December 13, 1955
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Committee Meetings, August 20, 1954
2. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 4, 1954
3. Emspak Regarding Union Publication, December 13, 1954
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 10, 1955
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 18, 1955
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 27, 1955
7. Gerald Fisher Letter, August 26, 1951
8. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, January 25, 1952
9. Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, May 2, 1952
10. Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, October 21, 1952
11. Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 6, 1953
12. Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, March 20, 1953
13. Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, May 21, 1953
14. Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 25, 1954
15. Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, October 2, 1955
16. Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, October 21, 1955
17. Fitzgerald Regarding Termination of Appointment, December 13, 1955
18. Gust Gustagson Regarding Bill For Legal Service, June 19, 1951
19. Ray Klausner Regarding Finances, November 17, 1951
20. James Matles Regarding Circular, March 6, 1950
Folder 43 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, November 2, 1950 - August 30, 1951
1. James Matles Regarding Organization, November 2, 1950
2. Matles Regarding International Harvester Settlement, November 10, 1950
3. Matles Regarding Recruitment, November 10, 1950
4. Matles Regarding Leave of Absence, December 8, 1950
5. Matles Regarding Organization, December 26, 1950
6. Matles Regarding Staff Transfer, January 2, 1951
7. Matles Regarding Meeting, January 2, 1951
8. Matles Regarding Meeting, January 9, 1951
9. Matles Regarding Wages, February 1, 1951
10. Matles Regarding Bills, February 27, 1951
11. Matles Regarding Wages, March 6, 1951
12. Matles Regarding Campaign Expenses, March 10, 1951
13. Matles Regarding Election, September 30, 1951
14. Matles Regarding John Deere Budget, May 4, 1951
15. Matles Regarding Meeting, May 7, 1951
16. Matles Regarding Finances, May 9, 1951
17. Matles Regarding Job Description, May 31, 1951
18. Matles Regarding East Moline Settlement, July 3, 1951
19. Matles Regarding Conference of National Labor Relations Board, July 3, 1951
20. Matles Regarding Quest for Negro Organization, July 20, 1951
21. Matles Regarding Taft-Hartley Hearings, July 23, 1951
22. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, August 1, 1951
23. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, August 6, 1951
24. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, August 23, 1951
25. Matles Regarding Finances, August 30, 1951
26. Matles Regarding Travel Plans, August 30, 1951
Folder 44 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, October 11, 1951 - May 16, 1952
1. James Matles Regarding Meal Allowance, October 11, 1951
2. Matles Regarding Travel Allowance, October 26, 1951
3-5. Matles Regarding Finances, October 26, 1951
6. Matles Regarding Subsidy, November 15, 1951
7. Matles Regarding Leave of Absence, November 15, 1951
8. Matles Regarding Travel, November 21, 1951
9. Matles Regarding Finances, December 4, 1951
10. Matles Regarding Meeting, December 4, 1951
11. Matles Regarding Contract, January 10, 1952
12. Matles Regarding Hobbies and Expenses, Janaury 10, 1952
13. Matles Regarding Organization, Janaury 29, 1952
14. Matles Regarding Correspondence, February 19, 1952
15. Matles Regarding Travel Plans, February 27, 1952
16. Matles Regarding Strike Support, March 28, 1952
17. Matles Regarding Subsidy, April 10, 1952
18. Matles Regarding Organization, April 21, 1952
19. Matles Regarding Payment of Subsidy, April 27, 1952
20. Matles Regarding Grievances, April 30, 1952
21. Matles Regarding Strike Support, May 5, 1952
22. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, May 5, 1952
23. Matles Regarding Finances, May 7, 1952
24. Matles Regarding Expenses, May 7, 1952
25. Matles Regarding Finances, May 14, 1952
26. Matles Regarding Finances, May 16, 1952
Folder 45 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, June 2 - December 29, 1952
1. James Matles Regarding Finances, June 2, 1952
2. Matles Regarding Expenses, June 6, 1952
3. Matles Regarding Finances, June 2, 1952
4. Matles Regarding Publications, June 13, 1952
5. Matles Regarding Sick Leave, June 24, 1952
6. Matles Regarding Expenses, June 26, 1952
7. Matles Regarding Finances, July 2, 1952
8. Matles Regarding Travel Plans, July 10, 1952
9. Matles Regarding Travel Expenses, July 10, 1952
10-11. Matles Regarding Finances, July 11, 1952
12. Matles Regarding Telegram, July 22, 1952
13. Matles Regarding Payment of Subsidy, August 27, 1952
14. Matles Regarding Organization, September 5, 1952
15. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, October 17, 1952
16. Matles Regarding Taft-Hartley Decision, October 21, 1952
17. Matles Regarding Finances, November 6, 1952
18. Matles Regarding Finances, November 18, 1952
19. Matles Regarding Finances, December 2, 1952
20-21. Matles Regarding Finances, December 16, 1952
22. Matles Regarding Strike Fund, December 19, 1952
23-24. Matles Regarding Strike Bill, December 22, 1952
25. Matles Regarding Finances, December 29, 1952
Folder 46 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, February 17, 1953 - May 17, 1955
1. James Matles Regarding Oliver Corporation v. UE, February 17, 1953
2. Matles Regarding Settlement, March 4, 1953
3. Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers Negotiation, April 3, 1953
4. Matles Regarding Oliver Contract, July 3, 1952
5. Matles Regarding Finances, February 4, 1954
6. Matles Regarding Organization, April 30, 1954
7. Matles Regarding East Moline Decision, May 10, 1954
8. Matles Regarding Sick Leave, July 12, 1954
9. Matles Regarding Meeting, March 10, 1955
10. Matles Regarding Finances, March 31, 1955
11. Matles Regarding Finances, March 22, 1955
12. Matles Regarding Finances, March 29, 1955
13. Matles Regarding Finances, March 31, 1955
14. Matles Regarding Local 115F, May 17, 1955
Folder 47 District 8 Don Harris Incoming Correspondence, December 18, 1950 - October 17, 1955
1. Basil Pollib Regarding Elections, October 17, 1955
2. David Ratner Regarding Strike, December 18, 1950
3. Ratner Regarding Vouchers, June 7, 1951
4. Ratner Regarding Bills, July 2, 1951
5. Ratner Regarding Expenses, July 2, 1951
6. Ratner Regarding Office Equipment, January 22, 1952
7. Ratner Regarding Office Equipment, February 5, 1952
8. Ratner Regarding Moline Finances, February 29, 1952
9. Ratner Regarding Publication, March 19, 1953
10. Ratner Regarding Attorneys Bill, April 6, 1953
11. David Scribner Regarding Oliver Case, August 10, 1951
12. Scribner Regarding Oliver Case, August 18, 1951
13. Scribner Regarding Wage Settlement, May 2, 1952
14. Scribner Regarding Oliver Case, July 17, 1954
15. Scribner Regarding Contract, September 3, 1954
16. D. L. Semiller Regarding Correspondence, January 2, 1955
17. J. W. Simmons Regarding Bengang Agent, January 22, 1955
18. John C. Witter Regarding Meeting, February 2, 1953
19. Letter Regarding Return from Army, October 26, 1945
20. Letter Regarding Information, June 18, 1951
21. Letter Regarding Information, June 21, 1951
22. Letter Regarding Information, October 31, 1952
23. Letter Regarding Hospitalization, May 5, 1952
24. Letter Regarding Strike Action, June 20, 1952
25. Letter Regarding Correspondence, January 5, 1953
26. Letter Regarding Constitution, January 15, 1955
Folder 48 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, October 22, 1945 - February 15, 1951
1. Financial Statement Regarding Discharge from Army, October 22, 1945
2. Harris to Julius Emspak, October 31, 1950
3. Harris to Emspak Regarding Vacation and Pay, November 3, 1950
4. Harris to Emspak Regarding Annual Membership Card and Bonus, November 15, 1950
5. Harris to Emspak Regarding Payment and Wayne Smith, November 15, 1950
6. Harris to James Matles Regarding Organization, December 29, 1950
7. Harris to Emmer Meagher Regarding Lost Records, December 5, 1950
8. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Organization, December 5, 1950
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting, January 4, 1951
10. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting and Strike Pay, January 5, 1951
11. Harris to Emspak Regarding Publications, January 5, 1951
12. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting, January 8, 1951
13. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, January 9, 1951
14. Harris to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 9, 1951
15. Harris to Matles Regarding Strike Report, January 17, 1951
16. Harris to Elois Swan Regarding Organization, January 17, 1951
17. Harris to Emspak Regarding Organization, January 30, 1951
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Information, January 30, 1951
19. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding National Wage Conference, January 30, 1951
20. Harris to Emspak Regarding Attorney Fees, February 14, 1951
21. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Finances, February 14, 1951
22. Harris to Emspak Regarding List of Affairs, February 15, 1951
Folder 49 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, February 20 - April 23, 1951
1. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Loan, February 20, 1951
2-4. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, February 20, 1951
5. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Newsweek Article, February 20, 1951
6. Harris to James Matles Regarding Bills, February 20, 1951
7. Harris to Emspak Regarding Publications, February 21, 1951
8. Harris to Emspak Regarding Membership, February 21, 1951
9. Harris to Beaton-Dickinson Corporation Regarding Contract, March 9, 1951
10. Harris to Emspak Regarding Release from Jail, March 8, 1951
11. Harris to Morris Lerir Regarding Check from Moline Case, March 8, 1951
12. Harris to Joseph Dermondy Regarding GE Contract, March 9, 1951
13. Harris to Rex Wheelock Regarding Organization, March 9, 1951
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Information, March 9, 1951
15. Harris to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, March 18, 1951
16. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Travel Expenses, March 18, 1951
17. Harris to Maurice Tong Regarding Pay Raise, March 23, 1951
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Pay Raise, March 23, 1951
19. Harris to Emspak, April 4, 1951
20. Harris to Emspak Regarding Election of Carrol Wright, April 5, 1951
21. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike Action, Apirl 17, 1951
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Publications, April 17, 1951
23. Harris to Emspak Regarding Organization, April 23, 1951
Folder 50 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, May 1 - July 6, 1951
1. Harris to James Matles Regarding Meeting, May 1, 1951
2. Harris to Otto Meschoff Regarding Organization, May 2, 1951
3. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Publication, May 2, 1951
4. Harris to Executive Board Regarding Appeal for Strike Support, May 10, 1951
5. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting, May 10, 1951
6. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, May 10, 1951
7. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, June 5, 1951
8. Harris to Matles Regarding Election, June 5, 1951
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, June 5, 1951
10. Harris to Matles Regarding Votes on Per Capita, June 6, 1951
11. Harris to Frances Keyes Regarding Organization, June 6, 1951
12. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, June 6, 1951
13. Harris to Bill Cahn Regarding Publications, June 19, 1951
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Women's Organizations, June 19, 1951
15. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Information, June 19, 1951
16. Harris to Matles Regarding East Moline Situation, June 26, 1951
17. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting, June 25, 1951
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Election, June 28, 1951
19. Harris to Emspak Regarding Strike Support, June 28, 1951
20. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Bills, July 3, 1951
21. Harris to Ratner Regarding Bills, July 6, 1951
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, July 6, 1951
Folder 51 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correpsondence, July 9 - August 26, 1951
1. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, July 9, 1951
2. Harris to James Matles Regarding Legal Fees, July 9, 1951
3. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, July 16, 1951
4-5. Harris to Matles Regarding Clenton Machine Situation, July 17, 1951
6. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, July 18, 1951
7. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, July 23, 1951
8. Harris to Matles Regarding Progress Report, July 23, 1951
9. Harris to Matles Regarding District Officers, July 31, 1951
10. Harris to Elois Swan Regarding Organization, August 1, 1951
11. Harris to Matles Regarding Clenton Machine, August 1, 1951
12. Harris to Matles Regarding Activities, August 4, 1951
13. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Oliver Corporation, August 8, 1951
14. Harris to David Scribner Regarding Attorney's Fees, August 8, 1951
15. Harris to Matles Regarding Elections, August 9, 1951
16. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike Finances, August 20, 1951
17. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, August 20, 1951
18. Harris to Matles Regarding General Electric Campaign, August 21, 1951
19. Harris to Scribner Regarding Legal Organization, August 22, 1951
20-21. Harris to Matles Regarding Morrison Campaign, August 24, 1951
22. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Annual Convention, August 28, 1951
23. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Information, August 29, 1951
24. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Meal Allowance, August 31, 1951
25. Harris to Emma Meagher Regarding GE Morrison Campaign, September 5, 1951
26. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Fighting Fund, August 24, 1951
27. Harris to Gerald Fisher Regarding Finances, August 26, 1951
28. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, August 26, 1951
Folder 52 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, October 1 - December 17, 1951
1. Harris to James Matles Regarding Meal Allowance, October 1, 1951
2. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, October 22, 1951
3. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, October 22, 1951
4. Harris to Matles Regarding Ann Glaser Pay Check, November 2, 1951
5-6. Harris to Julius Esmspak Regarding Strike Settlement, November 2, 1951
7. Harris to Matles Regarding GE Morrison Election, November 2, 1951
8. Harris to Matles Regarding Leave of Absence, November 8, 1951
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Carroll Wright Election, November 9, 1951
10. Harris to Matles Regarding Travel Arrangements, November 19, 1951
11. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, November 27, 1951
12. Harris to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 27, 1951
13. Harris to Ray Klausner Regarding Delinquency, December 4, 1951
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Sample Diploma, December 10, 1951
15. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Credential Cards, December 10, 1951
16. Harris to Tom Kelly Regarding Staff Meeting, December 11, 1951
17. Harris to Emspak Regarding Release of Rex Wheelock, December 13, 1951
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Election Committee, December 17, 1951
Folder 53 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, January 3 - March 21, 1952
1. Harris to James Matles Regarding International Association of Machinists Situation, January 3, 1952
2-3. Harris to Matles Regarding Rex Wheelock, January 7, 1952
4. Harris to James Payne Regarding Staff Reassignments, January 8, 1952
5. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, January 14, 1952
6. Harris to Matles Regarding Information, January 8, 1952
7-8. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, January 14, 1952
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Wheelock Transfers, January 14, 1952
10. Harris to Matles Regarding IAM Birtman Agreement, January 14, 1952
11. Harris to Matles Regarding Rex Wheelock, January 14, 1952
12. Harris to Ann Dee Regarding Loan Payment, January 29, 1952
13. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Bills, January 29, 1952
14. Harris to Ray Klausner Regarding Finances, January 29, 1952
15. Harris to Janet Barish Regarding Dues Payment and Mailing List, January 29, 1952
16-17. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, January 30, 1952
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Staff Assignments, January 30, 1952
19. Harris to Barish Regarding Withheld Check, January 31, 1952
20. Harris to Ratner Regarding Review of Printer's Bill, February 20, 1952
21. Harris to Ratner Regarding Office Supplies, February 12, 1952
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting Places, February 25, 1952
23. Harris to Matles Regarding Mailing List, March 10, 1952
24. Harris to Klausner Regarding Correspondence, March 18, 1952
25. Harris to Gerald Fields Regarding Report, March 18, 1952
26. Harris to Otto Maschoff Regarding Organization, March 19, 1952
27. Harris to Tom Kelly Regarding Publications, March 21, 1952
Folder 54 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, April 8 - June 28, 1952
1-2. Harris to Otto Miller Regarding Organization, April 8, 1952
3. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 14, 1952
4. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 14, 1952
5. Harris to James Matles Regarding Organization, April 25, 1952
6. Harris to Matles Regarding Subsidy of Local 822, April 26, 1952
7. Harris to Matles Regarding Strike, April 26, 1952
8. Harris to Ratner Regarding Mailing List, May 1, 1952
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Staff Negotiations, May 1, 1952
10. Harris to Matles Regarding Situation Report, May 1, 1952
11. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, May 1, 1952
12. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, May 5, 1952
13. Harris to Matles Regarding Subsidy for Local 822, May 8, 1952
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Hospitalizations, May 8, 1952
15. Harris to Matles Regarding Vouchers, May 8, 1952
16. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, May 8, 1952
17. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, May 12, 1952
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, May 22, 1952
19. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Relations, May 23, 1952
20. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, May 23, 1952
21. Harris to John Gojack Regarding Finances, May 29, 1952
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Lost Time, May 29, 1952
23. Harris to Matles Regarding Elections, May 29, 1952
24. Harris to Matles Regarding Elections, June 19, 1952
25. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, June 19, 1952
26. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, June 20, 1952
27. Harris to Matles Regarding Elections, June 20, 1952
Folder 55 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, June 28 - August 20, 1952
1. Harris to James Matles Regarding Publications, June 25, 1952
2. Harris to Matles Regarding Elections, June 25, 1952
3. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, June 27, 1952
4. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, June 27, 1952
5. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, June 30, 1952
6. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, June 30, 1952
7. Harris to Matles Regarding Steel Strike, July 1, 1952
8. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Strike Vote, July 1, 1952
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Report on Local 115 July 1, 1952
10. Harris to Matles Regarding Staff Arrangements, July 3, 1952
11. Harris to Matles Regarding Staff Vacations, July 7, 1952
12. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, July 7, 1952
13. Harris to Matles, July 14, 1952
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Publications, July 17, 1952
15. Harris to Matles Regarding International Association of Machinsts Elections, July 21, 1952
16. Harris to Matles Regarding Election Results, July 22, 1952
17 Harris to Matles, July 28, 1952
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Oliver Negotiations, August 1, 1952
19. Harris to Matles Regarding Staff Movement, August 1, 1952
20. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, August 18, 1952
21. Harris to Matles Regarding Oliver Negotiations, August 18, 1952
22. Harris to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 19, 1952
23. Harris to Emspak Regarding Fighting Fund, August 20, 1952
24. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, August 20, 1952
Folder 56 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, August 21 - November 19, 1952
1. Harris to James Matles Regarding Strike Action, August 21, 1952
2. Harris to Matles Regarding St. Louis Amendment August 22, 1952
3. Harris to Matles Regarding Charles City Negotiations, August 28, 1952
4. Harris to Matles Regarding Strike Report, September 2, 1952
5. Harris to Matles Regarding Election Agreement, September 5, 1952
6. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 5, 1952
7. Harris to Emspak Regarding William Senter Bail, September 28, 1952
8. Harris to Emspak Regarding National Strike Fund, September 28, 1952
9. Harris to James Price Regarding Finances, October 3, 1952
10. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, October 6, 1952
11. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, October 17, 1952
12. Harris to Dave Ratner Regarding Mailing List, October 18, 1952
13. Harris to Matles Regarding Bills, October 18, 1952
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, November 3, 1952
15. Harris to Matles Regarding Fighting Fund, November 6, 1952
16. Harris to Matles Regarding Newspaper Clippings, November 11, 1952
17. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, November 12, 1952
18. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, November 13, 1952
19. Harris to Charles Hobbie Regarding Strike Situation, November 13, 1952
20. Harris to Robert Logsdon Regarding Strike Sitution, November 13, 1952
21. Harris to Matles Regarding Strike Situation, November 14, 1952
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, November 14, 1952
23-24. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, November 19, 1952
Folder 57 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, November 24, 1952 - February 27, 1953
1. Harris to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, November 24, 1952
2. Harris to James Matles Regarding Finances, November 28, 1952
3. Harris to August VandeVoorde Regarding Strike Welfare Fund, November 28, 1952
4. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, December 7, 1952
5. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Strike Relief, December 5, 1952
6. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, December 8, 1952
7. Harris to Matles Regarding Strike Fund, December 15, 1952
8. Harris to Janet Barish Regarding Travel Expenses, December 15, 1952
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, December 17, 1952
10-12. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, December 19, 1952
13. Harris to Matles Regarding Audit of Local 109, December 19, 1952
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, December 22, 1952
15. Harris to Matles Regarding Finances, December 23, 1952
16. Harris to Matles Regarding Bills, December 29, 1952
17. Harris to Emma Meagher Regarding Information, December 30, 1952
18. Harris to Rachel Klausner Regarding Replacement, January 12, 1953
19. Harris to Emspak Regarding Credential Card, January 13, 1953
20. Harris to Matles Regarding Figthing Fund, January 12, 1953
21. Harris to Emspak Regarding Fighting Fund, Januayr 16, 1953
22. Harris to Klausner Regarding List of Officers, January 16, 1953
23. Harris to Emspak Regarding Suspension Notice, January 16, 1953
24. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, January 25, 1953
25. Harris to Matles Regarding Oliver Corp., February 18, 1953
26. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting Arrangement, February 27, 1953
Folder 58 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, March 2 - September 9, 1953
1. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, March 2, 1953
2. Harris to Russ Nixon Regarding Information, March 14, 1953
3. Harris to James Matles Regarding Local 115, March 14, 1953
4-6. Harris to Matles Regarding Loan Application, March 20, 1953
7. Harris to Matles Regarding Funds, March 23, 1953
8. Harris to Matles Regarding Resolutions, March 31, 1953
9. Harris to Lorette Hopke Regarding Publications, April 24, 1953
10. Harris to Florence Criley Regarding Publications, April 24, 1953
11. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Publications, April 28, 1953
12. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Robertson Schnuett Case, April 28, 1953
13. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, May 1, 1953
14. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Executive Board, May 14, 1953
15. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, May 21, 1953
16. Harris to Racheal Klausner Regarding Information, June 17, 1953
17. Harris to Matles Regarding Oliver Plant Officers, June 17, 1953
18. Harris to Charles Sterner Regarding Publications, June 18, 1953
19-20. Harris to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 19, 1953
21. Harris to Matles Regarding Publications, June 19, 1953
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Vacations, June 19, 1953
23-25. Harris Letter to Fitzgerald, August 26, 1953
26. Harris to Emspak Regarding Publications, September 9, 1953
Folder 59 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, October 12, 1953 - June 28, 1954
1. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, October 13, 1953
2. Harris to John Ingram Regarding Organization, October 27, 1953
3. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Audit, November 13, 1953
4. Harris to Emspak Regarding Meeting, November 13, 1953
5. Harris to President Eisenhower Regarding McCarthyism, November 18, 1953
6. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Information, November 24, 1953
7. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Executive Board Meeting, November 25, 1953
8. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, December 1, 1953
9. Harris to Emma Meagher Regarding Newspaper Clippings, December 7, 1953
10. Harris to Sterling Neal Regarding Farm Labor Relations, December 22, 1953
11-12. Harris to James Matles Regarding Subsidy, December 30, 1953
13. Harris to Emspak Regarding Meeting, December 30, 1953
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Credentials, January 5, 1954
15. Harris to Clyde Ellis Regarding Farm Labor Support, January 14, 1954
16. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Farm Labor Subsidy, January 14, 1954
17. Harris to Emspak Regarding Farm Labor Subsidy, Januayr 14, 1954
18. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Senate Committee, January 15, 1954
19. Harris to Emspak Regarding Stewards Meeting, Januayr 15, 1954
20. Harris to Ratner Regarding Vouchers, Januayr 20, 1954
21. Harris to Emspak Regarding Organization, February 25, 1954
22. Harris to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Meeting, February 19, 1954
23. Harris to Emspak Regarding Officer's Bond, February 25, 1954
24. Harris to John Pelnish Regarding Allis-Chalmer's Meeting, March 11, 1954
25. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, April 29, 1954
26. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, May 5, 1954
27. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, June 28, 1954
Folder 60 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, June 28, 1954 - February 24, 1955
1. Harris to James Matles Regarding Organization, June 28, 1954
2. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, June 28, 1954
3. Harris to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, July 2, 1954
4. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, July 9, 1954
5. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, July 14, 1954
6. Harris to Matles Regarding Oliver Corporation Finances, August 10, 1954
7. Harris to Matles Regarding Progress Report, August 13, 1954
8. Harris to Barish Regarding Finances, August 30, 1954
9. Harris to Matles Regarding Strike Agreement, September 1, 1954
10. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Meeting, October 4, 1954
11. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Information, October 18, 1954
12. Harris to Matles Regarding Meeting Minutes, October 19, 1954
13. Harris to Emspak Regarding Travel Expenses, November 3, 1954
14. Harris to Matles Regarding Farmell Situation, November 12, 1954
15. Harris to Elis Swa Regarding Organization, December 6, 1954
16. Harris to Emspak Regarding Conference, December 23, 1954
17. Harris to Emspak Regarding Organizational Finances, January 28, 1955
18-19. Harris to Matles Regarding Allis-Chalmers, February 7, 1955
20. Harris to Emspak Regarding Organization, February 24, 1955
21. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, February 24, 1955
22. Harris to Matles Regarding Organization, February 24, 1955
Folder 61 District 8 Don Harris Outgoing Correspondence, March 3 - November 19, 1955
1. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Stewards Meeting, March 3, 1955
2. Harris to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Meeting, March 3, 1955
3. Harris to James Matles Regarding Stewards Meeting, March 3, 1955
4. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, March 10, 1955
5-7. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Harvester Situation, March 30, 1955
8-9. Harris to Matles Regarding Per Capita, March 30, 1955
10. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, April 9, 1955
11. Harris to David Ratner Regarding Burns, April 14, 1955
12. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Executive Board Meeting, May 4, 1955
13. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Election Results, May 18, 1955
14. Harris to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita Tax, July 8, 1955
15. Harris to Emspak Regarding Meeting, July 20, 1955
16. Harris to Matles Regarding Convention, September 28, 1955
17. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, October 5, 1955
18-20. Harris to Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, October 17, 1955
21. Harris to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 19, 1955
22-23. Harris to Matles Regarding Staff Salary, November 19, 1955
24. Harris to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, Undated
25. Harris to Emspak Regarding Finances, Undated
Folder 62 District 8 Robert Logsden Incoming Correspondence, April 9, 1941, December 28, 1944
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Mileage Plan, December 28, 1944
2. James Matles Regarding Strike Funds, April 9, 1941
Folder 63 District 8 Robert Logsden Outgoing Correspondence, August 18, 1937 - October 22, 1948
1. Logsden to James Matles Regarding Agreements, August 18, 1937
2. Logsden to Matles Regarding Organization, September 28, 1937
3. Logsden to Julius Emspak Regarding Election Results, October 12, 1938
4. Logsden to Matles Regarding War Bonds, July 13, 1942
5. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 3, 1943
6. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Organization, October 25, 1943
7. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 27, 1943
8. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Organization, January 13, 1944
9. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Field Report, January 14, 1944
10. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, February 15, 1944
11. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, March 20, 1944
12. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, April 24, 1944
13. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, June 15, 1944
14. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, July 18, 1944
15. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, August 17, 1944
16. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Mileage Allowance, September 5, 1944
17. Logsden to National Staff Regarding Elections, October 16, 1944
18. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Report, January 10, 1945
19. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Mileage Report, January 15, 1945
20. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Organization, October 15, 1945
21. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 6, 1945
22. Logsden to Matles Regarding Evansville Report, October 16, 1948
23. Logsden to Joseph Pogue Regarding Evansville Report, October 22, 1948
Folder 64 District 8 Robert Logsden Outgoing Correspondence, October 24, 1949 - June 22, 1953
1. Logsden to Leroy Bartley Regarding Local 808 Charter, October 24, 1949
2. Logsden to James Matles Regarding Rock Falls, February 28, 1950
3. Logsden to Matles Regarding Expenses, March 2, 1950
4. Logsden to Matles Regarding Bills, November 24, 1950
5. Logsden to Julius Emspak Regarding Information, January 8, 1953
6. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Information, January 8, 1953
7. Logsden to Matles Regarding Allis Chalmers, July 11, 1953
8. Logsden to Matles Regarding Allis Chalmers, July 16, 1953
9. Logsden to William Senter Regarding Staff Arrangements, June 22, 1953
Folder 65 District 8 General Incoming Correspondence, 1938 - 1948
1. Janet Barish Regarding Fringe Benefits, July 14, 1944
2. Barish Regarding Hospital Benefits, November 20, 1944
3-4. Barish Regarding Staff Wages, March 2, 1951
5. Barish Regarding Staff Wages, April 3, 1941
6. Barish Regarding Finances, May 29, 1947
7. Ernest Brawers Regarding Unpaid Bills, June 25, 1951
8. Lewis Berne Regarding Organization, February 10, 1943
9. Ruth Best Regarding Publications, June 4, 1948
10. John Brophy Regarding Information, April 7, 1938
11. Bill Cahn Regarding Publicity, September 9, 1947
12. Cahn Regarding Program, December 13, 1949
13. Grace Cane Regarding Information, October 23, 1941
14. James Carey Regarding Meeting, February 25, 1938
15. Carey Regarding Emerson Strike, March 7, 1938
16. Carey Regarding Letter to President Roosevelt, October 29, 1938
17. Bill Chambers Regarding Hospitilization, July 5, 1944
18. Rose Claiton Regarding Sunnich Affair, December 6, 1943
19-20. John Connolly Regarding Maytag Case, October 18, 1941
21. Victor Decavitch Regarding Meeting, July 3, 1942
22. Clarence DePorter Regarding Rent, January 31, 1950
23. Albert Eberhard Regarding Strike Action, October 28, 1948
24. Dwight Eisenhower Regarding the War Effort, Undated
25. A.P. Eberter Regarding Staff Organization, Undated
Folder 66 District 8 General Incoming Correspondence, December 22, 1936 - October 10, 1941
1. Julius Emspak Regarding UE Activities, December 22, 1936
2. Emspak Regarding Constitution, May 24, 1937
3. Emspak Regarding Organization, May 26, 1937
4. Emspak Regarding Organization, May 29, 1937
5. Emspak Regarding Organization, September 30, 1937
6. Emspak Regarding Organization, November 3, 1937
7. Emspak Regarding Maytag Company, February 2, 1938
8. Emspak Regarding Allowance, August 5, 1940
9. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 13, 1940
10. Emspak Regarding Strike Assistance, September 19, 1940
11. Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 15, 1951
12. Emspak Regarding New Member Applications, October 21, 1940
13. Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 15, 1940
14-15. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 17, 1940
16. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 21, 1940
17. Emspak Regarding Application Cards, October 21, 1940
18. Emspak Regarding Per Capita Application, October 30, 1940
19. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, Ocotber 31, 1940
20. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 12, 1940
21-23. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940
24. Emspak Regarding Information, Januayr 13, 1941
25. Emspak Regarding Evansville Organization, April 2, 1941
26. Emspak Regarding Convention, July 13, 1941
27. Emspak Regarding Mrs. Buckley, July 21, 1941
28-29. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 4, 1941
30. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1941
Folder 67 District 8 General Incoming Correspondence, October 15, 1943 - November 10, 1953
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, October 15, 1943
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Salary, November 1, 1943
3. Emspak Regarding Organization, February 9, 1944
4. Emspak Regarding Phone Bill, March 16, 1944
5. Emspak Regarding Expenses, August 21, 1944
6. Emspak Regarding Lost Time, August 27, 1944
7-8. Emspak Regarding Mileage Arrangements, February 2, 1945
9. Emspak Regarding Mileage Expenses, February 2, 1945
10. Emspak Regarding Staff Movement, September 21, 1945
11. Emspak Regarding Expenses, July 10, 1945
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 2, 1945
13. Emspak Regarding Refund, January 31, 1946
14. Emspak Regarding Organization, May 8, 1947
15. Emspak Regarding Refund for Expenses, February 10, 1948
16. Emspak Regarding Evansville Budget, October 5, 1948
17. Emspak Regarding Organization, December 2, 1948
18. Emspak Regarding Organization, March 30, 1949
19. Emspak Regarding Travel Expenses, May 11, 1949
20. Emspak Regarding Organization, September 14, 1949
21. Emspak Regarding Organization, December 22, 1949
22. Emspak Regarding Loan, February 21, 1951
23. Emspak Regarding Salary, October 7, 1952
24-25. Emspak Regarding Friends, September 29, 1953
26. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1953
27. Emspak Regarding Subsidy Check, November 10, 1953
28. Emspak Regarding Organization, Undated
Folder 68 District 8 General Incoming Correspondence, January 24, 1936 - October 2, 1953
1. E. P. Epping Regarding Arkansas Organization, January 4, 1943
2. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Elections, December 10, 1945
3. Fitzgerald Regarding Election, December 10, 1945
4. Fitzgerald Regarding Information, January 9, 1946
5. Fitzgerald Regarding Convention, February 25, 1946
6. Fitzgerald Regarding Dues, April 10, 1947
7. Fitzgerald Regarding Meeting, March 21, 1950
8. Allan Haywood Regarding Memphis Organizaiton, November 1, 1944
9. Ralph Hetzel Regarding Jennie Jones, January 8, 1941
10. Leo Jandreau Regarding Organization, November 30, 1943
11. Jandreau Regarding Organization, December 1, 1943
12. Jandreau Regarding Organizaiton, December 4, 1943
13. Ray Klausner Regarding Quarterly Audits, October 2, 1953
14. John Kamps Regarding Buajrus-Eric Corporation, October 28, 1948
15. Morris Levin Regaridng Attorney Bill, January 9, 1941
16-17. C. Merritt Regarding Sentner Case, January 17, 1941
18. Robert Mason Regarding Report on Strikes, July 24, 1936
Folder 69 District 8 General Incoming Correspondence, April 7, 1939 - January 25, 1954
1. James Matles Regarding Convention, April 7, 1939
2. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, September 16, 1939
3-4. Matles Regarding Organization, July 22, 1940
5. Matles Regarding Staff Movement, September 12, 1941
6. Matles Regarding Organization, October 31, 1941
7. Matles Regarding Minn-Molin Organization, November 14, 1941
8. Matles Letter, December 31, 1941
9. Matles Regarding Meeting, July 6, 1942
10. Matles Regarding Victor Pasehe, February 19, 1943
11. Matles Regarding Strike Action, January 8, 1946
12. Matles Regarding Organization, April 1, 1946
13. Matles Regarding Publicity, September 26, 1947
14. Matles Regarding Termination of Appointment, September 26, 1947
15. Matles Regarding Wagner Electric Corporation, June 15, 1948
16. Matles Regarding Organization, October 14, 1948
17-18. Matles Regarding Staff Negotiation, January 12, 1949
19. Matles Regarding Finances, November 19, 1949
20. Matles Regarding Finances, June 29, 1950
21. Matles Regarding Travel Allowance, June 30, 1950
22. Matles Regarding Evansville Seeger Corporation, January 10, 1952
23. Matles Regarding Finances, April 21, 1953
24. Matles Regarding Vacation, June 4, 1953
25. Matles Regarding December Per Capita, January 25, 1954
Folder 70 District 8 General Incoming Correspondence, August 14, 1937 - February 17, 1954
1. Irving Meyers Regarding Outstanding Bill, April 1, 1953
2. Sherly Miller Regarding Printing Bills, July 26, 1950
3. William Mitchell Regarding Organization, December 7, 1937
4. Mitchell Regarding Information, April 13, 1938
5. L. Moffot Regarding Charter, October 12, 1938
6. Russ Nixon Regarding Organization, February 18, 1943
7. Joseph Pogue Regarding Seeger Negotiation, July 2, 1949
8. D.A. Price Regarding Suttle Employment, January 22, 1938
9. David Ratner Regarding Employee Assignments, February 12, 1947
10. Ratner Regarding Finances, June 17, 1947
11. Ratner Regarding Mailing List, July 31, 1950
12. Ratner Regarding Information, January 31, 1952
13. P. W. Reagan Regarding Bills, June 27, 1957
14-15. Reagan Regarding Bills, January 19, 1952
16-17. Phil Reno Regarding Farm and Labor Relations, February 21, 1946
18. Richard Roy Regarding Kimmel's Case, September 30, 1947
19. David Scribner Regarding Oliver Corporation Case, March 1951
20. Bill Senter Regarding Servel Contract, March 19, 1949
21. Mrs. Smith Regarding Negler and Kalterborn Article, May 26, 1942
22. Charles Sallo Regarding UE News, June 16, 1944
23. Stuart Synurgton Regarding Organization, March 16, 1942
24. Maurice Young Regarding Organization, March 16, 1942
25. Unsigned Regarding Organization, August 14, 1937
26. Rex Wheelock Regarding Organization, November 25, 1946
27. U.S.D.A. Unsigned Regarding Unemployment, February 17, 1954
Folder 71 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, March 8, 1937 - September 27, 1945
1. Geo Aase Regarding Organization, March 8, 1937
2. George Alkee Regarding Mailing List, September 3, 1940
3. Alkee Regarding Mailing List, October 2, 1940
4. Chers Anderson Regarding News List, December 23, 1941
5. Anderson Regarding Change of Address, December 26, 1941
6. Robert Arraey Regarding Debt, January 28, 1942
7. Dottie Aukamp Regarding Policies, November 1941
8. Thomas Barry Regarding Publicity, November 17, 1941
9. Jack Becker Regarding Press Release, May 13, 1947
10. Becker Regarding Film the UE, September 5, 1947
11. Sadey Berger Regarding Finances, November 13, 1944
12. Sidney Berger Regarding Bond, September 22, 1948
13. Clarence Burgamen Regarding Donation, December 2, 1944
14. Willard Bliss Regarding Staff Development, December 8, 1942
15. Kim Burm Regarding Information, January 21, 1954
16. John Brogshy Regarding Organization, June 22, 1936
17. John Burns Regarding Organization, March 21, 1947
18. Burns Regarding Organization, September 20, 1948
19. James Carey Regarding Organization, June 24, 1936
20. Carey Regarding Organization, July 30, 1936
21. Carey Regarding Establishment of Local, March 12, 1937
22. William Chambers Regarding Situation Report, April 1, 1944
23. James Clisk Regarding Information, September 27, 1945
Folder 72 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, August 2, 1940 - October 30, 1947
1. James Clisk Regarding Travel Plans, June 5, 1945
2. Clisk Regarding Finances, August 2, 1940
3. Clisk Regarding Organization, September 9, 1940
4. Clisk Regarding Organization, January 2, 1946
5. Rose Clinton Regarding Anti-union Activities, November 29, 1943
6. Clyde Cook Regarding Authorization for Strike, June 2, 1948
7. W.K. Cultkert Regarding Kimmel Affair, April 11, 1947
8. Cultkert Regarding Organization, May 19, 1947
9. Cultkert Regarding Kimmel, July 21, 1947
10. Cultkert Regarding Kimmel Appeal, October 1, 1947
11. Cultkert Regarding Hearing Report, October 3, 1947
12. Cultkert Regarding Circular, October 6, 1947
13. Cultkert Regarding Court Litigation, October 30, 1947
14. Ernest DeMaio Regarding Circular, July 22, 1944
15. DeMaio Regarding Organization, May 8, 1946
16. George Davidson Regarding Resignation, February 16, 1942
17. William Durham Regarding Organization, December 5, 1945
18. Robert Duncan Regarding Organization, February 8, 1946
19. John Duncy Regarding Finances, March 20, 1953
20. Duncy Regarding Finances, March 20, 1953
Folder 73 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, July 1938 - June 20, 1952
1-2. Albert Ekechard Regarding Seeger Legal Fees, February 14, 1950
3. Ekechard Regarding Finances, March 9, 1950
4. Ekechard Regarding Bills, March 14, 1950
5. Ekechard Regarding Meeting, March 16, 1950
6. Ekechard Regarding Convention, August 28, 1950
7. Ekechard Regarding Convention, September 8, 1950
8. Ekechard Regarding Mrs. Sentner, November 6, 1950
9. Ekechard Regarding Arrest of Emspak, November 10, 1950
10. Ekechard Regarding Travel Allowances, October 4, 1951
11. Ekechard Regarding Organization, Undated
12. Hy Fiering Regarding Publicity, July 1938
13. Dorthy Fischer Regarding Finances, January 27, 1951
14. Thomans Flanagan Regarding Employee Rates, May 17, 1948
15. E.J. Floyd Regarding Information, March 31, 1942
16. Kenneth Foreke Regarding Finances, undated
17. Charles Fridy Regarding Organization, March 25, 1946
18. Fridy Regarding Finances, May 9, 1949
19. A. Haranitch Regarding Travel Expenses, January 29, 1947
20. Alice Herdy Regarding Staff Movement, April 23, 1944
21. John Terrell Regarding Information, July 17, 1944
22. Mrs. Jennie Jones Regarding Strikers, December 19, 1940
23. Thomas Kelly Regarding Sick Leave, June 20, 1952
Folder 74 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, Januayr 20, 1938 - February 21, 1947
1. Lou Kimmel Regarding Suspension, February 21, 1947
2. Kimmel Regarding Suspension, March 13, 1947
3. Kimmel Regarding Suspension, March 24, 1947
4. Kimmel Regarding Suspension, April 8, 1947
5. Kimmel Regarding Appeal of Suspension, April 8, 1947
6. Kimmel Regarding Appeal of Suspension, August 4, 1947
7. Kimmel Regarding Kimmel, August 30, 1947
8. Kimmel Regarding Kimmel, September 4, 1947
9. Ray Klausner Regarding Information, September 13, 1945
10. Roy Kodix Regarding Educational Work, November 9, 1937
11-12. Ralph Omdahl Regarding Resolution, March 17, 1942
13. C.A. LaValley Regarding Organization, March 23, 1942
14. John Larrystone Regarding Organization, April 6, 1944
15. Otto Miller Regarding Election, October 27, 1945
16. Phillip Murry Regarding Strike Action, February 2, 1946
17. Otto Maschoff Regarding Minutes, January 20, 1944
18. Robert Maxwell Regarding Change of Address, December 23, 1952
19. P. May Request for Publication, May 20, 1937
20. May Regarding Request for Application, May 22, 1937
21. May Regarding Organization, May 24, 1937
22. May Regarding Officers List, June 16, 1937
23. Robert Mason Regarding Organization, June 17, 1936
24. Richard Mercer Regarding Check, August 17, 1944
25. Gus Patterson Regarding Organization, January 27, 1938
26. Patterson Regarding Organization, January 20, 1938
Folder 75 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, September 20, 1937 - March 15, 1953
1. James Paye Regarding Organization, June 23, 1942
2. Paye Regarding Mileage Plan, January 25, 1945
3. Paye Regarding Organization, June 13, 1943
4. Arthur Petrusch Regarding Negotiations, April 21, 1952
5. Charles Plunkett Regarding Minutes, November 21, 1949
6. Joseph Pogue Regarding Resolution, December 8, 1947
7. Pogue Regarding Kimmel, December 8, 1947
8. Pogue Regarding Officers List, October 28, 1948
9. Pogue Regarding Finances, June 21, 1949
10. Pogue Regarding Organization, June 21, 1949
11. Esther Porternor Regarding Bills, June 4, 1947
12. Porternor Regarding Finances, May 20, 1947
13. Porternor Regarding Information, June 6, 1947
14. Porternor Regarding Insurance, May 20, 1948
15. Clyde Ray Regarding Organization, September 20, 1937
16. Ray Regarding Resolutions, October 29, 1937
17. William Roberts Regarding Resignation, December 14, 1942
18. Sol Rasner Regarding Maternity Benefits, November 18, 1944
19. Richard Riy Regarding Mailing List, February 17, 1940
20. Clara Ryder Regarding Mailing List, October 17, 1940
21. Ryder Regarding Mailing List, September 15, 1941
22. Harry Rynders Regarding Subscriptions, March 15, 1953
23. Bill Sentner Regarding Wagner Electric, July 21, 1948
Folder 76 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, March 11, 1937 - July 13, 1953
1. Mrs. Schmidt Regarding Letter to Mrs. Roosevelt, October 19, 1938
2. Annette Schwartz Regarding Finances, April 6, 1944
3. Schwartz Regarding Finances, November 1, 1944
4. Owen Smith Regarding Organization, February 28, 1942
5. Wayne Smith Regarding Severance Pay, June 27, 1950
6. W. Smith Regarding Union, November 18, 1949
7. Emmerson Sonnycalls Regarding Organization, July 13, 1953
8. E.J. Stuebinger Regarding Finances, June 9, 1941
9. Roberson Stevans Regarding Organization, July 13, 1953
10. Uris Swan Regarding Army Discharge, 1945
11. John Thomas Regarding Leave, January 12, 1946
12. S.M. Votts Regarding Information, Marhc 11, 1937
13. Louis Wagner Regarding Minutes, December 18, 1944
14. Wagner Regarding Elections, November 23, 1945
15. Wagner Regarding Organization, January 30, 1946
16. Wagner Regarding Meeting, February 7, 1946
17. John Watkins Regarding Unpaid Bills, March 9, 1950
18. Watkins Regarding Unpaid Bills, August 27, 1950
19. C. White Regarding Organization, August 19, 1937
20. White Regarding Stationary, September 17, 1937
Folder 77 District 8 General Outgoing Correspondence, August 3, 1937 - January 8, 1954
1. Charles Wright Regarding Travel Expenses, February 4, 1948
2. Charles Wright Regarding Vouchers, March 15, 1948
3. Charles Wright Regarding Newspaper Clippings, September 11, 1948
4. Carroll Wright Regarding Contributions, October 8, 1952
5. Carroll Wright Regarding Contributions, October 17, 1952
6. Carroll Wright Regarding Re-Election of Don Harris, October 28, 1952
7. Carroll Wright Regarding Strike Contribution, November 6, 1952
8. Carroll Wright Regarding Fighting Fund, January 18, 1953
9. Carroll Wright Regarding Fighting Fund, January 26, 1953
10. Carroll Wright Regarding Finances, February 2, 1953
11. Maurice Long Regarding Burgamen Reassignment, December 12, 1949
12. Jean Lier Regarding Organization, April 5, 1944
13. Unsigned Regarding Finances, August 3, 1937
14. Unsigned Regarding Organization, December 22, 1947
15. Unsigned Regarding Suspensions, February 26, 1938
16. St. Louis Staff Regarding Congratulations for Election, December 31
17. Unsigned Regarding Sentner, June 17, 1941
18. Unsigned Regarding Maytag Company, September 30, 1942
19. Unsigned Regarding Servel Management, September 14, 1944
20. Unsigned Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, January 8, 1954

Box 3
Folder 1 District 8 Individual Salary Reports, December 13, 1940 - July 27, 1942
1. G. Albee, December 13, 1940
2. Clara Ryder, July 17, 1941
3. Charles Anderson, July 17, 1941
4. Harvey Lang, July 17, 1941
5. Anderson, July 29, 1941
6. Ryder, July 29, 1941
7. Lang, July 29, 1941
8. Anderson, July 29, 1941
9. Joseph Giarraffa, August 19, 1941
10. F. Quattlander, August 19, 1941
11. Lang, August 22, 1941
12. Ryder, October 6, 1941
13. Ryder, October 9, 1941
14. Lang, October 28, 1941
15. Herman Hardt, November 18, 1941
16. Ryder, November 21, 1941
17. Ryder, December 1, 1941
18. Hardt, December 5, 1941
19. Lang, December 19, 1941
20. Ryder, December 19, 1941
21. Giarraffa, December 19, 1941
22. Hardt, January 9, 1942
23. Kermith Erickson, January 9, 1942
24. William Sentner, July 27, 1942
Folder 2 District 8 Individual Salary Reports, January 25, 1943 - September 1, 1944
1-13. William Sentner, January 25 - July 28, 1943
14. Richard Mercer, September 1, 1944
15. Sentner, Undated
Folder 3 District 8 Financial Statements, September 30, 1937 - February 25, 1941
Folder 4 District 8 Financial Statements, August 31, 1942 - December 1943
Folder 5 District 8 Financial Statements, January 1944 - June 30, 1947
Folder 6 District 8 Financial Statements, August 31, 1947 - April 1950
Folder 7 District 8 Financial Statements, February 1953, Undated
Folder 8 District 8 Financial Correspondence, Fighting Fund and Harvester Strike Contributions, 1952
Folder 9 District 8 Officers Report, 1939- 1941
Folder 10 District 8 Officers Report, 1944 - 1945
Folder 11 District 8 Officers Report, 1946 - 1953
Folder 12 District 8 Officers Report, October 22, 1954, October 28, 1955
Folder 13 District 8 Publications UE News St. Louis Small Arms, December 1941 - August 6, 1943
Folder 14 District 8 Publications Servel News, May 24 - August 17, 1944
Folder 15 District 8 Publications Servel News, August 17 - September 15, 1944
Folder 16 District 8 Publications UE Reporter, October 3, 1946 - October 1949
Folder 17 District 8 Publications UE Reporter, November 1950, June 1953, March 1955
Folder 18 District 8 Publicaitons UE CIO KenRad News, May 17 - 23, 1944
Folder 19 District 8 Publications, November 8, 1937 - July 15, 1953
1. Knapp Monark Shop Bulletin, November 8, 1937
2. St. Louis UE News, December 24, 1940
3. Des Moines Federationist, October 2, 1941
4. Plane Facts, June 26, 1944
5. Union News, March 1946
6. AFL News, March 1946
7. UE District 8 Bulletin, May 18, 1950
8. UE News Service, October 15, 1948
9. The Eye Opener, 1948
10. Facts for Farmers, July 1953
11. Labor's Daily, July 15, 1953
Folder 20 District 8 Pamphlets, 1937 - 1948
1. Be On Your Guard Regarding Organization, 1937
2. Profits are Increasing, 1938
3. 10 Years in Prison Regarding Sentner Case, 1939
4. 4th Annual Picnic, 1940
5. Sunbeam Organizing Committee, 1942
6. National Defense and Collective Bargaining Regarding Organization, 1942
7. A Program for Serval Employees, 1944
8. 10th Anniversary Journal, 1946
9. A Communist? Regarding Factionalism and Officers 1946
10. When Are You Going to Print Our Side of the Story?, April 1947
11. How Communism Threatens You, October 1948
Folder 21 District 8 Pamphlets Regarding Factionalism and Officers, 1948
1. Our Pledge, 1948
2. Keep Your Union CIO, 1948
3. I Am Lee Henry, 1948
4. Unionism Versus Bossism, 1948
5. Unionism Versus Clickism, 1948
Folder 22-23 District 8 Pamphlet, The Basic Problem Regarding Economic Problems, 1949
Folder 24 District 8 Pamphlets, 1949 - 1951
1. Put District 8-UE Back in CIO Regarding Factionalism and Officers, 1949
2. Vote for Militant American Unionism Regarding Factionalism, 1949
3. Distict 8 Bulletin Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE, May 1, 1950
4. The Deportation Frame-up Against Mrs. Antonia Sentner, 1951
5. The Contest Regarding Farmers and Economic Problems, 1951
Folder 25 District 8 Pamphlets, 1952 - 1954
1. Farm Facts Sheet, 1952
2. Democracy in Danger Regarding Deportation, 1952
Folder 26 District 8 Pamphlet, The Real Threat to America Regarding Economic Problems, 1954
Folder 27 District 8 Leaflets, November 21, 1937 - October 31, 1954
1. "Protest Nazi Attack on Democracy," November 21, 1937
2. "Attention: Faultless Production Workers" Regarding Organization and Company Union, March 26, 1941
3. "Change of Address," March 1944
4. "Bulletin" Regarding Serval, 1944
5. "How Patriotic is the CIO?" Regarding Organization, 1944
6. "Donald Teiland" Regarding Political Action, 1944
7. "Special Election News" Regarding Serval, 1944
8. "Back the Invasion" Regarding Serval, 1944
9. "UE-CIO Members of KenRad" Regarding Organization, 1944
10. "First Annual CIO Conference" Regarding Reconversion, 1945
11. "Newson Legislation," 1945
12. "It is in the Bag" Regarding Organization, February 25, 1946
13. "Sentner and Other Communists Exposed" Regarding Serval, 1946
14-15. "Sample Ballot" Regarding Factionalism and Officers, 1948
16. "Here's Proof" Regarding Factionalism, 1948
17. "So That You May Know" Regarding Factionalism, 1948
18. "The Stewards and Executive Board of Local 810" Regarding Factionalism, 1948
19. "The Real Issue" Regarding Factionalism, 1948
20. "Labor Board Elections" Regaridng Inter-union Rivalry, February 28, 1950
21. "IUE Surrenders All Major Demands at Wagner," May 18, 1950
22. "Flash" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, March 15, 1952
23. "Your Job's at Stake" Regarding Farm Income, 1953
24. "FE-UE Helps to Build Real Labor Unity," February 1954
25. "Jobs, Prosperity, Peace," October 30, 1954
26. "Jobs, Prosperity, Peace," October 31, 1954
27. "They Were Called Reds Too," Undated
Folder 28 District 8 Press Releases, October 1940 - December 17, 1953
1. Regarding Political Action with William Sentner Letter to John Lewis, October 27, 1940
2. Regarding Factionalism, June 25, 1946
3. Regarding Strikes and United Mine Workers of America, April 20, 1948
4. Regarding Factionalism and Officers, October 9, 1948
5. Regarding Local 813 Strike and Resolution, 1948
6. Regarding Factionalism and Officers, October 1949
7. Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE at Emerson, February 28, 1950
8. Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE and National Labor Relations Board, March 1, 1950
9. Regarding District 8 Convention, October 15, 1950
10. Regarding Sentner Deportation Case, January 8, 1951
11. Regarding Surplus Food, February 18, 1954
12. Regarding Farmers, April 16, 1954
13. Regarding Unemployment and Economic Problems, February 15, 1949
14. Regarding Sentner Deportation, November 15, 1951
15. Regarding Sentner Case Including Parole Orders, October 10, 1953
16. Regarding Miller Deportation Case, November 2, 1953
17. Regarding Sentner Deportation Case, December 17, 1953
Folder 29 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, 1940 - 1941
1. "CIO in Doubt on Lewis Speech," St. Louis Globe Democrat, October 24, 1940
2. "Bill Sentner," Evansville Press, October 26, 1941
3. "Union Wins Four Objectives to Sunbeam Votes," Evansville Press, November 5, 1941
4. "McDonald Aircraft Corporation and Machinist Negotiate Agreement," 1941
5. "State Firms Order Pools," 1941
6. "Conservation CIO Element Names Radicals to Go," Evansville Courier, June 5, 1941
7. "Frances Wheeler Quits NLRB Position," Evansville Courier, July 27, 1941
8. "Servel to Manufacture New Products," Evansville Courier, July 27, 1941
9. "500 Machinists Strike," November 24, 1941
10. "Jurisdiction Strike Falls," November 27, 1941
11. "Walk-out by 25 Halts Work at Naval Factory," Canton Reposition, November 12, 1941
12. "Officials Act," Akron Beacon Journal, November 12, 1941
13. "US Defense Needs Peril Iowans Jobs," Des Moines Register, August 10, 1941
14. "Henderson Will Take Two Chiefs to Job Parley," October 12, 1941
15. "Sentner Wins in High Court," Des Moines Tribune, June 17, 1941
Folder 30 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, March 27, 1942 - May 7, 1943
1. "Servel Gets Big War Job," Evansville Press, March 27, 1942
2. "Labor Peace Pledge for Curb on Prices," St. Louis Globe-Democrat, April 24, 1942
3. "Unity Plan Seen as Mine Chiefs New Bid for Power," January 19, 1942
4. "O'Hare to Arrive Sunday," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 22, 1942
5. "Cartidge Plant Opens First Union Contract Talks," July 6, 1942
6. "UE CIO Officials Demand Equal Pay for Women," March 1942
7. "Arms Factory Campaign," Des Moines Federationist, March 5, 1942
8. "35 Unions Begin Organization of New Federation," October 3, 1942
9. "Our Stand on the Browder Case," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 11, 1942
10. "Jury is Action Called Whitewash," St. Louis Star Times, March 14, 1942
11. "Joint Labor Board is For Ordinance Plant," March 11, 1942
12. "Electrical Union Urges 4th Term for Roosevelt," 1943
13. "Lewis Attacked at Conference on Negro Porblems," May 3, 1943
14. "Both AFL and CIO in Plant Election," May 7, 1943
Folder 31 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, 1944 - July 19, 1945
1. "Charges Fly in Servel Voting," Evansville Press, September 14, 1944
2. "Servel Election Halted Thursday by NLRB Director," September 15, 1944
3. "PAC Made Best Showing in City and County in Voting," St. Louis Post Dispatch, September 1944
4. "CIO Election Union Hits WLB," Evansville Courier, September 27, 1944
5. "Order Issued Against Servel," Evansville Press, September 27, 1944
6. "$200,000 Libel Suit Filed Here by Officials of the CIO," Evansville Courier, September 9, 1944
7. "Servel Employees," Evansville Courier, September 13, 1944
8. "For Poll Tax End," Kansas City Star, June 12, 1945
9. "Union Head Asks Renewed Pledge Against Strikes," March 26, 1945
10. "Union Endorses Sentner for District Chief," October 23, 1945
11. "Outlook for FEPC Hopeful," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 17, 1945
12. "CIO Conference Asks $300,000,000 Public Works Program," June 28, 1945
13. "CIO to Ask Mayor for $300,000,000 Works Program," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 25, 1945
14. "Hard MUA Fight," Kansas City Star, July 8, 1945
15. "Aggressive MUA Drive Outlined by 10 State Groups," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 8, 1945
16. "Symington's Job as Surplus Chief One of Biggest," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Undated
17. "KenRad Votes to Sell Camp Plant" with William Sentner Letter to Ed Matthews, May 16, 1945
18. "Mayor's Group Backs Army Plan," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 14, 1945
19. "Ordinance Plant Workers Demonstrate," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 4, 1945
20. "Ordinance Workers Ask Severance Pay," St. Louis Star Times, July 19, 1945
21. "Ordinance Plant Workers Demand Severance Pay," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 19, 1945
Folder 32 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, July 20, 1945 - 1946
1. "Union Asks U.S. Take Over Country Clubs for Veterans," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 20, 1945
2. "Union Asks Utilization of Empty Houses for Veterans," St. Louis Star Times, July 20, 1945
3. "MUA Group Selects Executive Committee," 1945
4. "8754 More in CIO During 45's," Memphis Press-Scimitar, January 25, 1945
5. "Servel Election Result Hirgeson Military Votes," 1946
6. "The Same Old Story," 1946
7. "Indifference of Union Men Lets Reds Bore In," August 29, 1946
8. "Click Nominated Against Sentner in Fight to Head District 8 of UE," 1946
9. "Red and Anti-Red in Hot Fight for Union Control," St. Louis Globe Democrat, August 28, 1946
10. "Communists Fighting for Life to Run Union," St. Louis Globe Democrat, 1946
11. "On Freedom to Strike," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 24, 1946
12. "Click Nominated Against Sentner in Fight to Head District 8 of UE," 1946
Folder 33 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, 1947
1. "Sentner Rival Sues for UE Post," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 27, 1947
2. "Union Defies Court Order," St. Louis Globe Democrat, October 30, 1947
3. "UE Local Gets Many Demands to Oust Sentner," November 3, 1947
4. "Union Defies Court," St. Louis Globe Democrat, October 30, 1947
Folder 34 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, 1948
1. "Union Votes to Keep Sentner Men in District UE Officers," Evansville Press, October 23, 1948
2. "Sentner States Appears UE Winner," Evansville Courier, October 23, 1948
3. "Servel Workers Authorized Strike," Evansville Courier, July 7, 1948
4. "UE Local 1104 Rifton Pay," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 9, 1948
5. "Sentner Quit Fight to Remain District Head," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 2, 1948
6. "AFL Invades CIO Seeger Stronghold," Evansville Press, February 26, 1948
7. "Click Anti-Red, Running for UE Jobs," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1948
8. "Mr. Sentner Valedictory," 1948
9. "Protest Firing of City Workers," 1948
10. "Rutherford Says Cline Statement Sentner Trickery," 1948
11. "Seeger Plant Blast Injures 17," Evansville Courier, October 20, 1948
12. "Witnesses Face Contempt Citations," Evansville Courier, September 11, 1948
13. "Click Answers Charges Laid to Sentner Slate," Evansville Courier, October 14, 1948
14. "UE Member Says She Told Truth," October 18, 1948
15. "Set Date for Arguments in Contempt Case," Evansville Press, October 18, 1948
16. "Anti-Commies of Local 813 Lose Another Round," Evansville Press, October 18, 1948
Folder 35 District 8 Newspaper Clippings, 1949 - 1954
1. "CIO Council Backing New Seeger Union," Evansville Courier, October 18, 1949
2. "Jude Hulen Stands Fire," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 30, 1950
3. "The Sentner Case," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 30, 1950
4. "List Sentner as Disrupter of War Effort," February 19, 1951
5. "Sentner Role Agaisnt Defense Effort Reported," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 16, 1951
6. "Report UAW Plans Drive to Oust FE-UE at Plants Here," Moline Dispatch, March 17, 1952
7. "United Auto Workers Will Seek Bargaining Rights in Area Harvester Factories," Rock Island Argus, March 18, 1952
8. "UAW-CIO Files with NLRB for Election at Canton Works," July 31, 1952
9. "2000 Laid-Off" Labors Daily, February 16, 1954
10. "Congress Petitioned for Subsidies," Undated
11. "Jobs Open to All Dropped at Ordinance Plant," Undated
12. "Faultless NLRB Hearings on CIO Complaints Ends," Undated
13. "Hoosier Term Vote Cancelled," Undated
14. "UE Blacklist Charges Brings Threat of Suit," Undated
Folder 36 District 8 St. Louis Council Minutes, February 18, 1939, December 18, 1939
Folder 37 District 8 Radio Scripts Regarding Organization, June 22 - 29, 1942
Folder 38 District 8 Correspondence Regarding GE Organization, 1943
1. M.L. Sloan to Leo Jandreau, December 1, 1943
2. Jandreau to E.J. Westerlund, December 13, 1943
Folder 39 District 8 St. Louis UE Joint Legislative Commitee, 1943
1. Program for Presentation, May 9, 1943
2. Truman Meeting Memo, May 14, 1943
Folder 40 District 8 Regional Organization, 1944 - 1945
1. District 9 and 11 Memo, February 19, 1944
2. Confenerence Minutes, June 27, 1944
3. District 8 Staff List, December 12, 1944
4. District 8 Staff List, November 5, 1945
Folder 41 District 8 Evansville Organization, January 1944 - June 1, 1945
Folder 42 District 8 St. Louis Organization, May - July 1944
Folder 43 District 8 Kansas City Organization, March - December 1944
Folder 44 District 8 Correspondence Regarding J. Blodgett AWOL Case, 1944
1. William Coakley to Ann Blodgett, Undated
2. Coakley to A. Blodgett, November 14, 1944
3. A. Blodgett to James Blodgett, December 13, 1944
4. A. Blodgett to Albert Fitzgerald, December 29, 1944
Folder 45 District 8 Political Action Committee, 1944
1. "How To" Memo, March 19, 1944
2. Report on Political Action, June 10, 1944
3. The People Won, November 8, 1944
4. Memo to District 8 Locals, November 1944
Folder 46 District 8 Servel Organization Correspondence, September 1944
1. Louis Ruthenberg to Servelian, September 8, 1944
2. Ruthenberg to Servelian, September 11, 1944
3. Charles Friday to NLRB, September 19, 1944
4. Friday to Robert Patterson, September 19, 1944
5. Indiana Circuit Court Brief, September 1944
Folder 47 District 8 Iowa Reconversion Conference Resolutions, 1944
1. CIO Wage Increase Resolution, 1944
2. Support of Kilgore Bill Resolution, 1944
Folder 48 District 8 Unemployment Reconversion, 1945
1. CIO Executive Statement, June 13, 1945
2. St. Louis CIO Officers Report, June 24, 1945
3. St. Louis UE Local Memo, Undated
Folder 49 District 8 St. Louis Reconversion Conference Resolutions, 1944
1. Kilgore Bill Resolution, 1944
2. CIO Wage Increase Resolution, 1944
Folder 50 District 8 Indiana Labor Management Meeting Minutes with William Sentner Letter to Phillip Murray, May 16 - July 18, 1945
Folder 51 District 8 Mississippi Organization Correspondence, January 26 - February 13, 1945
1. T.D. Davis to Robert Holloway, January 26, 1945
2. Davis to Holloway, Februrary 3, 1945
3. Clara Fiering to Julius Emspak, February 13, 1945
Folder 52 District 8 Missouri Valley Authority, 1945
1. Information for Speakers on the Missouri Valley Authority, February 2, 1945
2. By-laws for National MVA Commitee, July 1945
3. Resolutions, July 1945
4. Regional MVA Conference Program, July 6, 1945
Folder 53 District 8 Factionalism, Augst 27, 1945 - November 13, 1946
1. William Sentner Memo, August 27, 1945
2. Memo to Julius Emspak, October 23, 1945
3. Louis Wagner to All District 8 Locals and District Statements Regarding Election Results, November 7, 1945
4. William Drohan to Albert Fitzgerald, November 15, 1945
5. James Click to Fitzgerald, December 6, 1945
6. Click to Fitzgerald, January 2, 1946
7. Sentner to All Local Unions with July 10, 1946, John Burns Letter to Sentner and Sentner's July 15, 1946, Response, August 30, 1946
8. Sentner to All Local Unions, August 30, 1946
9. District 8 Election Memo, November 13, 1946
Folder 54 District 8 Factionalism, 1947
1. District 8 Trial Commitee Hearings Regarding Lou Kimmel, April 26, 1947
2. Lou Kimmel Appeal, May 23, 1947
Folder 55 District 8 Factionalism, October 1947
1. Disruption in District Eight Decision, October 3, 1947
2. Appeals Commitee Decision, October 3, 1947
3. William Sentner Memo, October 21, 1947
4. Kimmel Case Memo, 1947
Folder 56 District 8 Factionalism, 1947 - 1948
1. UE Members for Democratic Action Statement, 1947
2. William Sentner to All Local 1102 Members, April 27, 1948
3. Ernest DeMaio to All Local 1102 Members, June 19, 1948
4. Memorandum on 1948 District Elections, August 1948
Folder 57 District 8 Factionalism, September 21, 1948 - October 25, 1949
1. Evansville Courier Reprint, September 21, 1948
2. Opal Cline Statement, September 30, 1948
3. Memorandum Regarding First Day of Voting in Evansville, October 11, 1948
4. Helen Sage Statement, October 11, 1948
5. Servel Early Vote Returns, October 11, 1948
6. Servel Early Vote Returns, October 12, 1948
7. Servel Early Vote Returns, October 13, 1948
8. District 8 to All Members of Local 1108 UE-CIO, October 14, 1948
9. District 8 to All Members of Local 1102, October 14, 1948
10. Opal Cline to Evansville Courier, October 15, 1948
11. Albert Eberhard Statement, October 1948
12. William Sentner to Local 1102 with Report on Cline-Aulcamp Hearings, October 18, 1948
13. 1948 District 8 Election Report, October 27, 1948
14. District 8 Statement, October 25, 1949
Folder 58 District 8 Political Action Commitee Memorandums, November 1946
1. William Cuthbert Memo, November 4, 1946
2. T. Franzeen Memo, November 5, 1946
3. Charles Wright Memo, November 12, 1946
4. Jack Becker Memo, November 26, 1946
5. Post Dispatch Excerpt, November 1946
Folder 59 District 8 Riesel Column, 1947
1. Nat Spero to Victor Riesel with Contract Comparison, May 2, 1947
2. William Sentner to John Burns, June 13, 1947
Folder 60 District 8 Anti-Labor Legislation, January 14 - May 14, 1947
1. William Sentner Memo, January 14, 1947
2. Sentner to Forrest Donnell, February 13, 1947
3. District 8 Statement, March 4, 1947
4. Sentner-Logsden Memo, May 14, 1947
5. Claude Bakewell Letter, 1947
Folder 61 District 8 Rock Island Staff Meeting Minutes, January 7 - November 30, 1952
Folder 62 District 8 International Harvester Strike, 1952
1. Don Harris to District Executive Board, November 17, 1952
2. Harris Memo, November 18, 1952
Folder 63 District 8 Don Harris Correspondence on Sentate Agricultural Committee Testimony, April 1954
Folder 64 District 8 Iowa Legislative Conference Summary, December 4 - 18, 1954
Folder 65 District 8 Labor Unity and Inter-union Rivalry, February 4 - March 21, 1955
1. Don Harris Letter, February 4, 1955
2. Harris to District 8 Locals, February 23, 1955
3. Quad Cities UE Officers Statement, March 1, 1955
4. District 8 Statement with Harris Letter to National Officers, March 21, 1955
Folder 66 District 8 Labor Unity and Inter-union Rivalry, 1955
1. Don Harris to All Locals, May 18, 1955
2. Labor Unity Statement, October 29, 1955
3. Letter to All District 8 Presidents, November 18, 1955
4. Newark Star Ledger Excerpt, 1955
Folder 67 District 8 Correspondence, April 18, 1937 - October 24, 1940
1. William Yager to Julius Emspak Regarding Evansville Organization, April 18, 1937
2. Iowa Organization Sub-Committee Minutes, July 25, 1937
3. Iowa Organization Sub-Committee Minutes, October 8, 1937
4. St. Louis Joint Board Minutes, November 3, 1937
5. Letter to District Executive Board Members, 1937
6. National Labor Relations Board Decision Regarding Superior Electric, March 17, 1938
7. District 8 Report to UE Convention, 1939
8. St. Louis Congress of Industrial Organizations Resolution, October 11, 1939
9. District Charter, July 13, 1940
10. Emspak Statement with William Sentner Letter to Local Presidents, October 24, 1940
Folder 68 District 8 Correspondence, June 17 - September 13, 1941
1. Iowa Supreme Court Decision Regarding Sentner Case, June 17, 1941
2. James Click Notarized Statement Regarding Conscription, September 13, 1941
Folder 69 District 8 Correspondence, September - October 1941
1. Maytag Conciliation Report, September 25, 1941
2. Midwest Emergency Conference Report, September 30, 1941
3. Organization Program Regarding Unemployment, September 1941
4. District Election Results, October 1941
Folder 70 District 8 William Sentner Statement to House Defense Migration Committee, November 26, 1941
Folder 71 District 8 Correspondence, December 3, 1941 - November 24, 1942
1. Tri-Cities Organization, December 3, 1941
2. Emergency UE Officers Meeting, December 9, 1941
3. Report on Midwest Emergency Conference, January 8, 1942
4. Survey of Sunbeam Plant, February 23, 1942
5. William Sentner Memo Regarding US Rubber, March 25, 1942
6. Sentner Memo Regarding Chicago Staff Conference, May 8, 1942
7. Robert Kirkwood Memo Regarding Farm Equipment Labor Advisory Commitee, June 19, 1942
8. Moline Organization, July 2, 1942
9. Memo Regarding Chicago, November 24, 1942
Folder 72 District 8 Correspondence, January 24 - April 30, 1943
1. St. Louis CIO War Production Stabilization Commitee, January 24, 1943
2. Regional Committee Conference Regarding War Production Board, February 13, 1943
3. Special CIO Meeting Regarding Workers Compensation Board, April 30, 1943
Folder 73 District 8 Correspondence, May 2 - November 30, 1943
1. Conference on Negro Problems, May 2, 1943
2. Organizational Meeting, June 6, 1943
3. Kansas City OPA Labor Conference Resolutions, August 3, 1943
4. War Labor Board Memo Regarding Political Action, August 11, 1943
5. Monthly Report with Robert Logsdon Letter to Julius Emspak, November 22, 1943
6. Organizational Memo and Chart, November 29, 1943
7. District 9 Staff Conference, November 30, 1943
8. Evansville, Indiana Memo, November 30, 1943
Folder 74 District 8 Correspondence, December 1, 1943 - July 3, 1944
1. Staff and Officers Meeting Minutes, St. Louis, December 1, 1943
2. St. Louis CIO Employment Problem Statement, March 1, 1944
3. Stuart Symington Memo Regarding Emerson Production, July 3, 1944
4. Outline for District 8 Women's School, July 3, 1944
Folder 75 District 8 Correspondence, July 13, 1944 - May 24, 1945
1. Richard Mercer Organizer Application, July 13, 1944
2. Fair Employment Practices Commission Hearings Statement, August 2, 1944
3. Resolution Regarding Natural Resources, October 1944
4. Moline Report, December 1944
5. Memo Regarding the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Conference, June 4, 1945
6. William Sentner Statement Regarding Housing, November 20, 1945
7. Indiana State Labor Management Meeting, 1945
8. Conference Memo Regarding Evansville Chamber of Commerce, 1945
9. Conference Memo Regarding Evansville Mayor, May 24, 1945
Folder 76 District 8 Correspondence, January 12, 1946 - October 13, 1948
1. Otto Machoff Memo Regarding Organization with William Sentner Letter to James Matles, January 25, 1946
2. Activities for "Squires Bulletin", February 1946
3. National Labor Relations Board Results for Servel, March 12, 1946
4. Selma Memo to Janet, June 20, 1946
5. United CIO Harvester Organizing Committee, Undated
6. C.H. Gillam to B.T. Judd Regarding Organization, November 15, 1946
7. District 8 Executive Board Statement Regarding Wages, January 17, 1947
8. Robert Logsden Memo Regarding Staff Member Factionalism, January 29, 1947
9. Sentner Statement Regarding Legislation, May 15, 1947
10. Logsden Statement Regarding Legislation, May 15, 1947
11. Missouri CIO Statemtent Regarding Strikes, September 22, 1948
12. David Ratner Memo Regarding Taft-Hartley Act, October 13, 1948
Folder 77 District 8 Correspondence, January 16, 1949 - June 4, 1951
1. Allis Chamlers Workers Council, January 16, 1949
2. Raiding Petition, April 1949
3. Memo Regarding UE Convention, June 22, 1949
4. James Matles Memo Regarding UE News, November 29, 1949
5. General Motors Election Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, February 3, 1950
6. Petition Regarding Prices, July 1950
7. Al Eberland Statement Regarding Prices, July 24, 1950
8. Memo Regarding Harvey Smith, August 30, 1950
9. UE Wins Agaisnt Reaction, August 1950
10. Antonia Sentner to St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 1, 1950
11. Eberhard Statement Regarding Address Change, January 1, 1951
12. William Sentner News Release, February 20, 1951
13. Grocery Prices in Quad City, March 1951
14. Staff Meeting Minutes, April 20, 1951
15. District Executive Baord Meeting Notice, June 4, 1951
16. Staff Meeting Notice, June 4, 1951
17. General Executive Board Meeting Notice, June 4, 1951
Folder 78 District 8 Correspondence, June 5, 1951 - April 7, 1953
1. Carroll Wright Statement Regarding Constitution, June 5, 1951
2. Don Harris Statement Regarding Anti-Communism, June 27, 1951
3. Harris Statement Regarding Organization, July 11, 1951
4. Emma Memo to David Ratner Regarding Organization, September 7, 1951
5. Emma Memo to Janet Regarding Finances, October 26, 1951
6. William Sentner to James Matles Regarding Seeger Inter-union Rivalry, December 13, 1951
7. District 8 Statement Regarding Strikes, December 18, 1951
8. District 8 Publicity and Education Conference Minutes, February 6, 1952
9. Dave Memo to Janet Regarding Finances, March 1952
10. Quad Cities Memo, 1952
11. Elm Memo to Janet Regarding Finances, January 16, 1953
12. Excerpt from Logsden Letter, March 22, 1953
13. Bookkeeping Memo to Harris, April 7, 1953
Folder 79 District 8 Correspondence, May 14, 1953 - October 19, 1954
1. Don Harris Letter Regarding District Executive Board Meeting, May 14, 1953
2. Harris Letter Regarding Finances, July 20, 1953
3. Harris Letter Regarding Strikes, July 20, 1953
4. Memo to Logsden Regarding Finances, August 24, 1953
5. Harris Statement Regarding Farm Policy, October 16, 1953
6. Harris Letter Regarding Finances, December 22, 1953
7. Harris Letter Regarding District Executive Board Meeting, December 29, 1953
8. Sentner Statement Regarding Trial, January 29, 1954
9. Staff Meeting Minutes, October 19, 1954
Folder 80 District 8 Correspondence, October 31, 1954 - March 15, 1955
1. Organizational Report, October 31, 1954
2. Don Harris Letter Regarding District Council Meeting, March 15, 1955
3. A.P.E. Berlin Conference Memo, Undated
4. Machine and Metals Trade Wages, Undated
5. Memo Regarding Organization, Undated
6. Hugh Gormely to Federal Local 21364 Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
7-8. Speakers Bureau, Undated
9. US Labor History Outline, Undated
10. Excerpt from Weekly National Labor Relations Board Report Regarding Westinghouse, Undated

Subseries 2. District 8 Locals

Section: Local 803

Folder 81 Local 803 Officers List, August 28, 1943 - July 5, 1955
Folder 82 Local 803 Incoming Correspondence, June 15, 1943 - November 12, 1952
1. Julius Emspak to Burgiss Regarding Finances, June 15, 1943
2. Emspak to Jean Zier Regarding Finances, December 22, 1943
3. Emspak to John Simpson Regarding Finances, December 11, 1946
4. Emspak to Simpson Regarding Finances, January 24, 1947
5. Emspak to Charles Locklear Regarding Finances, August 28, 1950
6. Emspak to Locklear Regarding Finances and Per Capita, October 26, 1950
7. Emspak to John Eyman Regarding Finances, June 5, 1952
8. Emspak to Eyman Regarding Finances, November 12, 1952
Folder 83 Local 803 Outgoing Correspondence, December 16, 1943 - November 5, 1952
1. John Eyman to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, November 5, 1952
2. Eyman to Emspak Regarding Membership, Undated
3. Jean Monroe to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, February 29, 1944
4. James Reid to R.C. Allis Regarding Officers, November 25, 1955
5. John Simpson to Emspak Regarding Finances, Januayr 18, 1947
6. Simpson to Emspak Regarding Officers, July 23, 1949
7. Jean Zier to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 16, 1943
Folder 84 Local 803 Memo Regarding Finances and Per Capita Bill, February 7 - October 26, 1950
Folder 85 Local 803 Organization, June 9 - 15, 1943
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, June 9, 1943
2. Emspak to Sentner, June 15, 1943
3. Charter Notice, June 15, 1943
Folder 86 Local 803 Oil Well Supply Strike, December 27, 1945 - January 10, 1946
1. Robert Logsden to James Matles, December 27, 1945
2. Julius Emspak to Logsden, January 8, 1946
3. Logsden to Emspak, January 10, 1946
Folder 87 Local 803 Memoranda, October 6, 1955 - February 23, 1956
1. Membership Meeting Report, October 6, 1955
2. Dermondy Memo to James Matles, February 23, 1956

Section: Local 805

Folder 88 Local 805 Officers List, November 19, 1944 - August 8, 1949
Folder 89 Local 805 Incoming Correspondence, November 3, 1940 - May 15, 1950
1. Bill Cahn to Charles Rosenbaum Regarding Publicity, March 2, 1948
2. Julius Emspak to Varney Litherland Regarding Finances and Wages, August 24, 1948
3. Emspak to Rosenbaum Regarding Finances, February 16, 1950
4. Emspak to Rosenbaum Regarding Finances, March 3, 1950
5. Emspak to Rosenbaum Regarding Finances, May 1, 1950
6. Emspak to Rosenbaum Regarding Finances, May 15, 1950
7. Albert Fitzgerald to Rosenbaum Regarding Membership Meeting, November 3, 1940
8. James Matles to Rosenbaum Regarding Finances, March 12, 1948
9. Matles to Rosenbaum Regarding Finances, June 8, 1948
Folder 90 Local 805 Outgoing Correspondence, November 15, 1945 - May 25, 1950
1. Foy Burdem to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, May 27, 1948
2. Burdem to Emspak Regarding Publicity, June 3, 1948
3. Burdem to Perry County Sheriff Regaridng Inter-union Rivalry, May 25, 1950
4. Florence Gruver to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Officers, June 28, 1946
5. Warney Litherland to Emspak Regarding Wages, August 16, 1948
6. Litherland to Emspak Regarding Officers, August 22, 1949
7. Litherland to Emspak Regarding 1948 UE Convention, August 19, 1948
8. Charles Rosenbaum to James Matles Regarding Finances, August 4, 1948
9. Rosenbaum to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, October 28, 1949
10. Rosenbaum to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 6, 1950
11. Rosenbaum to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1950
12. Local 805 President to Labor Management Conference Regarding Wages, November 15, 1945
Folder 91 Local 805 Leaflets, 1944, 1948
1. "It's An Old Trick" Regarding Wages, May 29, 1944
2. "We Pledge All Our Support to the Invasion", 1944
3. "Flash" Regarding Inter-union Rivlalry, 1944
4. "Conference Tuesday to Set Election Date", June 8, 1944
5. "GE Foreman Get Raise", 1948
6. "Safeguard Your Contract" Regarding Factionalism and District 8 Officers, 1948
Folder 92 Local 805 Newspaper Clippings, November 16, 1945 - March 5, 1946
1. "Resolution," Tell City News, November 16, 1945
2. "Tell City Plant Workers Stage Token Walkout," Evansville Courier, March 5, 1946
Folder 93 Local 805 Organization, May 16 - June 23, 1944
1. Mary Swart to Bill, May 16, 1944
2. Julius Emspak to Swart, May 21, 1944
3. Emspak to William Sentner, May 21, 1944
4. James Payne to Emspak, June 23, 1944
Folder 94 Local 805 Strike, November 13 - December 1945
1. Julius Emspak to James Payne, November 13, 1945
2. Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, November 15, 1945
3. Termination of Strike Notice, November 21, 1945
4. War Labor Board Recommendation, December 1945
Folder 95 Local 805 Factionalism and Burden Subsidy, February 8 - May 28, 1948
1. Charles Rosenbaum to William Sentner, February 8, 1948
2. James Matles to Sentner, March 3, 1948
3. Matles to Rosenbaum, March 3, 1948
4. Matles to Rosenbaum, March 12, 1948
5. Robert Logsden to Matles, May 28, 1948
Folder 96 Local 805 IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 16, 1949 - April 24, 1950
1. Otto Maschoff to James Matles, December 16, 1949
2. Julius Emspak to Maschoff, December 20, 1949
3. Maschoff to Emspak, December 29, 1949
4. Emspak to Maschoff, February 10, 1950
5. Lou Kimmel to Emspak, April 24, 1950
Folder 97 Local 805 Correspondence, December 20, 1944 - October 12, 1946
1. Jacob Hoffman to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 20, 1944
2. Interim Grievance Procedures, 1944
3. Irene Huck to William Sentner Regarding Organization with May 22, 1945, Sentner Letter to Morris Muster, May 19, 1945
4. Otto Maschoff to James Matles Regarding Negotiations with Maschoff Letter to Louis Schwellenbach, October 12, 1946

Section: Local 806

Folder 98 Local 806 Officers List, April 7 - December 8, 1948
Folder 99 Local 806 Incoming Correspondence, June 6, 1946 - March 30, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Ada Masters Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 6, 1946
2. Emspak to Milford Seabough Regaridng Per Capita, January 17, 1947
3. Emspak to Carrie McLain Regarding Finances, May 19, 1947
4. Emspak to Lindell Pind Regarding Per Capita, January 7, 1948
5. Emspak to Kenneth Break Regarding Per Capita, February 18, 1948
6. Emspak to James Crader Regarding Finances, March 30, 1948
Folder 100 Local 806 Outgoing Correspondence, June 6, 1947 - November 17, 1948
1. Clyde Cook to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, November 18, 1947
2. James Newcomer to UE Regarding Per Capita, November 17, 1948
3. Nora Teaford to Emspak, June 6, 1947
Folder 101 Local 806 Organization and Strike, April 1946
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, April 23, 1946
2. Emspak to Otto Maschoff, April 23, 1946
3. Otto Mashoff Letter, April 25, 1946
4. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 25, 1946
5. Brief History of Local 806, April 1946
Folder 102 Local 806 Strike Report and Termination Notice, May 1 - June 5, 1947
Folder 103 Local 806 Correspondence, July 5, 1946 - April 16, 1949
1. Charles Anderson to James Matles Regarding Finances, July 5, 1946
2. Termination of Strike, October 2, 1946
3. Julius Emspak to Robert Logsden Regarding Membership, November 23, 1948
4. Logsden to Matles Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, April 16, 1949
5. William Sentner to Emspak Regarding Strikes, Undated

Section: Local 808 (St. Louis)

Folder 104 Local 808 (St. Louis) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to E. Tahy Regarding Organization, October 29, 1937
Folder 105 Local 808 (St. Louis) Charter Applicaiton, October 4, 1937

Section: Local 808 (Henderson)

Folder 106 Local 808 (Henderson) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to James David, March 18, 1947
Folder 107 Local 808 (Henderson) Organization and Disbanding, February - May 2, 1947
1. Otto Maschoff to Julius Emspak, February 1947
2. Emspak to Maschoff, March 1947
3. Emspak to William Sentner, March 18, 1947
4. Charter Supplies, March 18, 1947
5. Emspak to Sentner, March 31, 1947
6. Maschoff to Emspak, May 2, 1947

Section: Local 808 (Evansville)

Folder 108 Local 808 (Evansville) Officers List, September 23, 1949
Folder 109 Local 808 (Evansville) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Leroy Bartley Regarding Separate Charter, October 13, 1949
Folder 110 Local 808 (Evansville) Publications, December 1951 - April 1952
1. Radio Script Regarding Stirke and Inter-union Rivalry, December 9, 1951
2. Newspaper Clipping "Union Ends Strike at Seeger Plant," December 1951
3. "Membership Meeting" Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, April 1952
Folder 111 Local 808 (Evansville) Separate Charter, Octrober 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Pogue, October 13, 1949
2. Emspak to William Sentner, October 13, 1949

Section: Local 809

Folder 112 Local 809 Officers List, October 2, 1941 - August 26, 1949
Folder 113 Local 809 Incoming Correspondence, August 3, 1938 - June 23, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to Rufus Payne Regarding Organization, August 3, 1938
2. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding Organization, August 4, 1938
3. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding 1938 UE Convention, August 29, 1938
4. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding Unemployment, August 30, 1938
5. Emspak to Irene Payne Regarding Supplies, October 4, 1938
6. Emspak to I. Payne Regarding UE Constitution, November 9, 1938
7. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding Address, November 18, 1938
8. Emspak to Ralph Omdahl Regarding Per Capita, November 22, 1938
9. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding CIO, January 13, 1939
10. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding Dues, January 26, 1939
11. Emspak to Omdahl Regarding Dues with Show-up Slip, January 23, 1939
12. Emspak to James Stefani Regarding CIO and Finances, April 4, 1939
13. Emspak to Stefani Regarding Local 809 Constitution, May 11, 1939
14. Emspak to R. Payne Regarding Membership, December 4, 1939
15. Emspak to Dale Schweibert Regarding Seniority, July 18, 1940
16. Emspak to Schwiebert Regarding Negotiations, September 21, 1940
17. Emspak to Schwiebert Regarding Financial Reports, October 7, 1940
18. Emspak to Byron Gray Regarding Finances, October 28, 1941
19. Emspak to Floyd Katzenberger Regarding Dues, June 23, 1943
20. Emspak to Cecilia Trumbla Regarding Finances, August 4, 1944
21. Emspak to Trumbla Regarding Finances, February 6, 1945
22. Emspak to Trumbla Regarding Finances, December 11, 1946
Folder 114 Local 809 Incoming Correspondence, 1939, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to Cecelia Trumbla Regarding Per Capita, January 7, 1947
2. Emspak to Trumbla Regarding Finances, May 12, 1947
3. James Matles to James Stefani Regarding Wages, January 17, 1939
4. J.S. Steckley to Stefani Regarding Wages, August 24, 1939
Folder 115 Local 809 Outgoing Correspondence, September 10, 1941 - July 28, 1944
1. Byron Gray to UE Regarding Officers, September 10, 1941
2. Gray to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 23, 1941
3. Robert Karnes to UE Regarding Officers, May 4, 1944
4. Floyd Katzenberger to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, June 14, 1943
5. Ralph Omdahl to Emspak Regarding Officers, October 16, 1938
6. Omdahl to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, January 11, 1939
7. Omdahl to Emspak Regarding Dues, January 11, 1939
8. Omdahl to Emspak Regarding Officers and Per Capita, May 14, 1942
9. Irene Payne to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1938
10. Rufus Payne to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, August 22, 1938
11. R. Payne to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 22, 1938
12. R. Payne to Emspak Regarding Officers, December 18, 1938
13. R. Payne to Emspak Regarding Dues, January 21, 1939
14. R. Payne to Emspak Regarding Officers, NOvember 21, 1939
15. James Stefani to James Matles Regarding Wages, January 14, 1939
16. Stefani to Emspak Regarding Wages, August 7, 1939
17. Stefani to Emspak Regarding Contract, October 5, 1939
18. Dale Schwiebert to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, July 11, 1940
19. Schwiebert to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, October 5, 1940
20. Schwiebert to Emspak Regarding Officers, October 5, 1940
21. Harold Swartfager to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 1941
22. Cecelia Trumbla to UE Regarding Finances, July 28, 1944
Folder 116 Local 809 Receipts, August 4 - 26, 1938
Folder 117 Local 809 Per Capita, August 19, 1938
Folder 118 Local 809 Leaflet, "Notice" Regarding Unemployment, November 9, 1938
Folder 119 Local 809 CIO Transfer and Union Lables, June 7 - August 2, 1938
1. Charter Application, June 7, 1938
2. William Sentner to John Brophy, June 8, 1938
3. Sentner to Julius Emspak, June 8, 1938
4. D.M. Bridges to Don Harris, July 22, 1938
5. Sentner to Emspak, July 26, 1938
6. Sentner to Emspak, August 2, 1938

Section: Local 810


Box 4
Folder 1 Local 810 Officers Lists, December 29, 1939 - April 19, 1954
Folder 2 Local 810 Membership Resolutions, October 2, 1942 - August 1946
1. Resolution Regarding Organization with October 3, 1942, Herman Steinkoetter Letter to James Matles, October 2, 1942
2. Resolution Regarding Factionalism, August 1946
Folder 3 Local 810 Incoming Correspondence, July 11, 1941 - July 21, 1952
1. Julius Emspak to Walter Rapp Regarding Constitution, July 11, 1941
2. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Bonding, September 28, 1943
3. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 23, 1945
4. Emspak to Clarence Bingaman Regarding Per Capita, November 8, 1946
5. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Finances, November 21, 1946
6. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Finances, December 2, 1946
7. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Finances, December 9, 1946
8. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Finances, December 19, 1946
9. Emspak to Rapp Regarding Political Action Committee, January 7, 1948
10. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding Per Capita, March 16, 1948
11. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding Per Capita, August 3, 1950
12. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding Per Capita, February 26, 1951
13. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding UE News, March 17, 1952
14. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding Loyd-Scrugs, April 29, 1952
15. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding UE Convention, July 30, 1952
16. Emspak to Rapp Regarding UE Fighting Fund, October 15, 1952
17. Emspak to Bingaman Regarding UE Fighting Fund, October 23, 1952
18. Albert Fitzgerald to Bingaman Regarding Raid-baiting, July 21, 1952
19. James Matles to Rapp Regarding Finances, January 8, 1943
20. Matles to Bingaman Regarding Organization, December 14, 1945
21. David Ratner to Bingaman Regarding Social Security, December 19, 1946
Folder 4 Local 810 Outgoing Correspondence, March 30, 1942 - July 28, 1952
1. Clarence Bingaman to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, June 24, 1943
2. Bingaman to Emspak Regaridng Per Capita, October 31, 1945
3. Bingaman to James Matles Regarding Organization, November 28, 1945
4. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding Bonding, March 27, 1946
5. Bingaman to Nat Spero Regarding Negotiations, August 7, 1946
6. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding Local 825, December 9, 1946
7. Bingaman to William Sentner Regarding Factionalism, March 13, 1947
8. Bingaman to J.N. Dazey Regarding Negotiations, September 18, 1947
9. Bingaman to Missouri Department of Labor Regarding Strikes, November 18, 1947
10. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, March 26, 1948
11. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding Supplies, Novebmer 7, 1949
12. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 31, 1950
13. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, Februayr 20, 1951
14. Bingaman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Red-baiting, June 4, 1951
15. Bingaman to Fitzgerald Regarding Red-baiting, July 17, 1951
16. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding UE News, March 3, 1952
17. Bingaman to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, July 28, 1952
18. Walter Rapp to Matles Regarding Negotiations, March 30, 1942
19. Rapp to Emspak Regarding Bonding, September 21, 1943
20. Rapp to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Dues, January 19, 1945
21. Rapp to Matles Regarding Supplies, November 23, 1945
22. Rapp to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 22, 1948
23. Harry Rynders to Emspak Regarding Organization, July 1, 1947
Folder 5 Local 810 Newspaper, Progress of UE 810, November 14, 1945, October 23, 1946
Folder 6 Local 810 St. Louis UE News, March 3, 1941
Folder 7 Local 810 Leaflets, 1951
1. "Membership Reaffirms Solidarity in UE Local 810", October 30, 1951
2. "Fines", Undated
Folder 8 Local 810 Press Releases, 1941, 1946
1. "Profits are Increasing" Regarding Organization, 1941
2. Press Release Regarding Factionalism, August 24, 1946
Folder 9 Local 810 Decca Negotiations, October 13 - November 11, 1941
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, Ocotber 13, 1941
2. Emspak to Sentner, November 11, 1941
Folder 10 Local 810 Amalgamation of Locals 810 and 819, January 1945
1. Robert Logsden to Julius Emspak, January 15, 1945
2. Emspak to Logsden, January 23, 1945
Folder 11 Local 810 Mine Equipment Strike, May 31 - July 5, 1946
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, May 31, 1946
2. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, June 4, 1946
3. Sentner to Emspak, June 11, 1946
4. Emspak to Sentner, July 2, 1946
5. Robert Logsden to Emspak, July 6, 1946
Folder 12 Local 810 B-L Electric Strike, May 24 - August 29, 1946
1. Notification of Pending Disagreement, May 24, 1946
2. William Sentner to David Scribner with July 9, 1946, Carl Schuddle Letter to Victor Rasche and B-L Electric Manufacturing Notice, July 10, 1946
3. Robert Logsden to James Matles, August 7, 1946
4. Julius Emspak to Logsden, August 15, 1946
5. Emspak to Logsden, August 29, 1946
Folder 13 Local 810 Johnson Tinfoil Strike, November 1946
1. Robert Logsden to James Matles, November 6, 1946
2. Julius Emspak to Logsden, November 8, 1946
Folder 14 Local 810 Central Mines Equipment Strike, August 4 - September 12, 1947
1. Report of Strike, August 4, 1947
2. Robert Logsden to James Matles, September 12, 1947
3. Julius Emspak to Logsden, September 12, 1947
Folder 15 Local 810 Toastwell Strike, June 17 - July 11, 1947
1. Robert Logsden to James Matles, June 17, 1947
2. Julius Emspak to Logsden, June 25, 1947
3. Logsden to Emspak, July 10, 1947
4. Emspak to Logsden, July 11, 1947
Folder 16 Local 810 Seftor Fiber Can Inter-union Rivalry, January 1950
1. Robert Logsden to James Matles, January 23, 1950
2. Logsden to Matles, January 25, 1950
Folder 17 Local 810 Correspondence, June 24, 1941 - December 17, 1954
1. Robert Logsden to James Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 24, 1941
2. Victor Pasche to Nat Spero Regarding Fringe Benefits, February 28, 1945
3. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding J. N. Dazey, April 26, 1946
4. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding Behler Steel, May 24, 1946
5. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding C. Nelson, May 24, 1946
6. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, May 27, 1946
7. Notification of Pending Disagreement Regarding Fred Medart Manufacturing, June 20, 1946
8. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Staff Memebers, January 10, 1947
9. Logsden to Matles Regarding Mailing List, January 21, 1947
10. Logsden to Matles Regarding Johnson Metal Strike, January 9, 1950
11. 820 Program, October 1951
12. Local 810 Shops Per Capita List, December 1951
13. Logsden to Emspak Regarding Strikes, April 24, 1952
14. Otto Maschoff to Don Harris Regarding Strikes, April 1, 1954
15. Maschoff to Matles Regarding Loyd Sruggs, December 17, 1954

Section: Local 811

Folder 18 Local 811 Officers Lists, August 10, 1947 - February 11, 1949
Folder 19 Local 811 Incoming Correspondence, February 13, 1941 - September 2, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to John Jerrell Regarding Bonding, February 13, 1941
2. Emspak to E.B. Epping Regarding Bonding, October 19, 1942
3. Emspak to Jerrell Regarding Transfers, September 1, 1943
4. Emspak to Jerrell Regarding Bonding, November 9, 1943
5. Emspak to Jerrell Regarding Veterans and Dues, September 21, 1945
6. Emspak to Jerrell Regarding Per Capita, January 17, 1947
7. Emspak to Jerrell Regarding Staff Members, September 2, 1947
8. William Sentner to Epping Regarding Finances, August 26, 1940
9. Sentner to Jerrell Regarding Constitution, August 3, 1944
Folder 20 Local 811 Outgoing Correspondence, February 1941 - November 15, 1948
1. Raymond Fowler to UE, March 11, 1944
2. John Jerrell to UE Regarding Bonding, February 1941
3. Jerrell to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 15, 1941
4. Jerrell to Emspak Regarding Transfers, August 27, 1943
5. Jerrell to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, July 17, 1944
6. Jerrell to Emspak Regarding Progressive Cutery Separate Charter with September 2, 1947, Emspak Letter to Robert Logsdon, August 26, 1947
7. Jerrell to Emspak Regarding Officers, November 15, 1948
Folder 21 Local 810 Bonding, February 1941
1. Questionnaire, February 17, 1941
2. Form, February 24, 1941
Folder 22 Local 811 Transfer, July 1940
1. Charter Application, July 11, 1940
2. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, July 15, 1940
Folder 23 Local 811 CIO Charter Application, January 23, 1939

Section: Local 812 (Dubuque)

Folder 24 Local 812 (Dubuque) Officers Lists, February 8, 1941
Folder 25 Local 812 (Dubuque) Newspaper, Shop Bulletin, January 6 - February 24, 1941
Folder 26 Local 812 (Dubuque) Newspaper Clippings, Undated
1. "Opinion" Column, Undated
2. "Battery Union Gets Promise of Labor Aid," Dubuque Leader, Undated
Folder 27 Local 812 (Dubuque) Correspondence, William Wiezorek to All Employees Regarding Organization with "The UE-CIO" and Local 812 Sample Ballot, March 4, 1941
Folder 28 Local 812 (Dubuque) Organization, December 1940 - January 21, 1941
1. Charter Application with History, Undated
2. Robert Logsdon to James Matles, December 1940
3. Tentative Contract, December 1940
4. William Sentner to Joseph Vejlupek, January 21, 1941
5. Bert Adams to James Payne, Undated
Folder 29 Local 812 (Dubuque) Disbanding, April 24 - July 28, 1941
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, April 24, 1941
2. Sentner to Emspak July 22, 1941
3. Emspak to Sentner, July 28, 1941
4. Robert Logsdon Report, Undated

Section: Local 812 (Mason City)

Folder 30 Local 812 (Mason City) Officers Lists, October 1947
Folder 31 Local 812 (Mason City) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Daniel Vega Regarding Organization, October 21, 1947
Folder 32 Local 812 (Mason City) Charter Supplies, October 20, 1947
Folder 33 Local 812 (Mason City) Organization, October 21 - November 7, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, October 21, 1947
2. Emspak to John Nordman, October 21, 1947
3. Notification of Pending Disagreement, November 7, 1947

Section: Local 813

Folder 34 Local 813 Officers Lists, March 8, 1944 - December 6, 1954
Folder 35 Local 813 Officer Resolutions, September 1946 - December 2, 1947
1. Strike, September 1945
2. Political Action Commitee, September 1946
3. Marshall Plan, December 2, 1947
Folder 36 Local 813 Membership Resolutions, July 1942 - May 16, 1948
1. Win the War Conference, July 1942
2. Merger of Local 1002, September 15, 1942
3. Organization, September 1942
4. Sunbeam Negotiations, December 21, 1943
5. Wages, December 1943
6. Sunbeam Negotiations, December 1943
7. Servel Organization and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
8. Wage Labor Board Negotiations, April 10, 1945
9. Foreign Policy, March 16, 1947
10. Factionalism, July 20, 1947
11. Packinghouse Workers Strikes, May 16, 1948
Folder 37 Local 813 James Payne Incoming Correspondence, April 30, 1947 - June 30, 1955
1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 30, 1947
2. Joseph Dermondy Regarding Seeger and GE Contract with June 21 and 23, 1948, Dermondy Letters to G.H. Pfeif and a June 21, 1948, David Scribner Letter to R.H. Loebbe, June 24, 1948
3. Julius Emspak Regarding Strikes, October 26, 1945
4. Emspak Regarding Political Contracts with Servel, March 21, 1947
5. Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 3, 1947
6. Emspak Regarding Servel Strikes, April 21, 1948
7. Emspak Regarding Dues and Membership, July 16, 1948
8. Emspak Regarding Dues, July 21, 1950
9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 805, January 30, 1951
10. Emspak Regarding UE News and Per Capita, March 6, 1951
11. Emspak Regarding Finances and Faultless Caster, August 21, 1951
12. Emspak Regarding Finances, September 26, 1951
13. Emspak Regarding Servel Strikes, February 19, 1952
14. Emspak Regarding Servel Strikes, April 28, 1952
15. Emspak Regarding Stewards Meeting, November 26, 1954
16. Emspak Regarding Servel Finances, June 10, 1955
17. Emspak Regarding Servel Inter-union Rivalry, June 30, 1955
Folder 38 Local 813 James Payne Incoming Correspondence, June 4, 1947 - December 10, 1954
1. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Evansville Visit, June 4, 1947
2. Fitzgerald Regarding Evansville Visit, June 13, 1951
3. Fitzgerald Regarding Faultless Caster, August 8, 1951
4. Don Harris Regarding Sentner Defense Fund, July 29, 1953
5. James Matles Regarding Shop Delegates, June 2, 1947
6. Matles Regarding Seeger Strikes, June 2, 1947
7. Matles Regarding Seeger Strikes, December 15, 1947
8. Matles Regarding Union Shop, August 22, 1950
9. Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, April 13, 1951
10. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, August 3, 1951
11. Matles Regarding Bassick Inter-union Rivalry, March 4, 1953
12. Matles Regarding Finances, April 7, 1954
13. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 21, 1954
14. Matles Regarding Finances, May 3, 1953
15. Matles Regarding Finances, September 14, 1954
16. Matles Regarding International Association of Machinists, December 10, 1954
Folder 39 Local 813 James Payne Incoming Correspondence, January 10 - September 26, 1955
1. James Matles Regarding Finances, Staff Members, and Political Action, January 10, 1955
2. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 13, 1955
3. Matles Regaridng Negotiations, April 26, 1955
4. Matles Regarding Finances, July 28, 1955
5. Matles Regarding Finances and Locals 1110 and 818, September 26, 1955
Folder 40 Local 813 James Payne Outgoing Correspondence, March 21, 1942 - December 5, 1950
1. James Payne to Beatrice Stern Regarding Organization, March 21, 1942
2. Payne to James Matles Regarding Contracts, June 19, 1946
3. Payne to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 1, 1947
4. Payne to Emspak Regarding Servel Contracts, March 18, 1947
5. Payne to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 21, 1947
6. Payne to Matles Regarding Shop Delegates, May 19, 1947
7. Payne to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Evansville Visit, June 2, 1947
8. Payne to Bill Regarding Factionalism, June 23, 1947
9. Payne to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Dues Check-off, July 8, 1947
10. Payne to Emspak Regarding Political Action Commitee, July 21, 1947
11. Payne to Emspak Regarding Seeger Strike, December 17, 1947
12. Payne to Matles Regarding Bucyrus-Erie and United Steelworkers of America, March 9, 1948
13. Payne to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 23, 1948
14. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, July 12, 1948
15. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, July 27, 1948
16. Payne to Emspak Regarding Seeger Factionalism and Finances, November 7, 1949
17. Payne to Matles Regarding Local 808 Inter-union Rivalry, November 11, 1949
18. Payne to Dave Scribner Regarding Seeger Inter-union Rivalry, December 9, 1949
19. Payne to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 23, 1950
20. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, January 27, 1950
21. Payne to Emspak Regarding Dues and Unemployment, July 24, 1950
22. Payne to Emspak Regarding Seeger and Inter-union Rivalry, August 18, 1950
23. Payne to Matles Regarding Organization, August 19, 1950
24. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Union Shop, August 21, 1950
25. Payne to Emspak Regarding Dues, December 5, 1950
Folder 41 Local 813 James Payne Outgoing Correspondence, January 18, 1951 - July 28, 1954
1. James Payne to Julius Emspak Regaridng Local 805 Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, January 18, 1951
2. Payne to James Matles Regarding Servel and Inter-union Rivalry, April 19, 1951
3. Payne to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances and Faultless Caster, July 19, 1951
4. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, August 6, 1951
5. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Servel Negotiations with January 2, 1952, Payne Letter to F.W. Ortman, January 3, 1952
6. Payne to Emspak Regarding Servel Lockouts, February 6, 1952
7. Payne to Emspak Regarding Servel Strikes, April 17, 1952
8. Payne to Emspak Regarding General Cable Strikes, Septebmer 2, 1952
9. Payne to Ortman Regarding Servel Negotiations, October 15, 1952
10. Payne to Matles Regarding Bassick Organization, February 26, 1953
11. Payne to Emspak Regarding Negotiations, June 11, 1953
12. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Servel Strikes, June 1953
13. Payne to Contract Advisory Committee Regarding Negotiations, June 17, 1953
14. Payne to Don Harris Regarding Sentner Defense Fund, July 22, 1953
15. Payne to Fitzgerarld Regarding General Executive Board, February 9, 1954
16. Payne to Matles Regarding Stewards Education, March 11, 1954
17. Payne to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 30, 1954
18. Payne to Matles Regarding Staff Members, Finances, and Locals 818 and 1110, April 15, 1954
19. Payne to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Staff Members, May 10, 1954
20. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, June 21, 1954
21. Payne to Matles Regarding Negotiations, June 29, 1954
22. Payne to Fitzgerald Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, July 28, 1954
Folder 42 Local 813 Charles Wright Incoming Correspondence, December 9, 1946 - July 30, 1947
1. William Cahn Regarding Publicity, December 9, 1946
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 813 and 1002, January 11, 1943
3. Emspak Regarding Films, March 31, 1943
4. Emspak Regarding Wages, December 17, 1943
5. Emspak Regarding Conscription, June 28, 1944
6. Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 15, 1945
7. Emspak Regarding Ladies Auxillary, August 1, 1946
8. Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 23, 1946
9. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Victory Rally, September 1, 1942
10. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 813 Jurisdiction, September 24, 1942
11. Fitzgerald Regarding Government Agencies, October 26, 1942
12. Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, January 18, 1943
13. Fitzgerald Regarding United Auto Workers, March 22, 1944
14 . Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, June 13, 1944
15. Fitzgerald Regarding Faultless Caster Negotiations, November 23, 1945
16. Fitzgerald Regarding Contracts and Wages, June 6, 1947
17. Fitzgerald Regarding Bucyrus-Erie Strike, July 30, 1947
18. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 6, 1946
19. Matles Regarding Organization and Finances, November 7, 1946
20. A.N. Towsen Regarding Wages, March 27, 1944
Folder 43 Local 813 Charles Wright Outgoing Correspondence, June 30, 1942 - December 5, 1946
1. Charles Wright to Julius Emspak Regarding WWII, June 30, 1942
2. Wright to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Sunbeam Organization, August 27, 1942
3. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, January 4, 1943
4. Wright to Emspak Regarding Winter War Conference, March 29, 1943
5. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Chrysler United Auto Workers Local 705 Strike, November 8, 1943
6. Wright to Emspak Regarding Wages, December 7, 1943
7. Wright to Fitzgerarld Regarding Sunbeam Negotiations, December 22, 1943
8. Wright to A.N. Towsen Regarding Wages and Sunbeam, March 22, 1944
9. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, June 17, 1944
10. Wright to Emspak Regarding Dues, Veterans and Membership, January 12, 1945
11. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, September 19, 1945
12. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Servel War Labor Board, November 14, 1945
13. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Faultless Caster Negotiations, November 16, 1945
14. Wright to James Matles Regarding Organization Faultess Caster Stratford, November 19, 1945
15. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Management Conference, July 24, 1946
16. Wright to UE Regarding Ladies Auxillary, July 29, 1946
17. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, August 16, 1946
18. Wright to William Sentner Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, August 16, 1946
19. Wright to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, October 23, 1946
20. Wright to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 1, 1946
21. Wright to UE Regarding Mailing List, November 15, 1946
22. Wright to Bill Cahn Regarding Publicity, December 5, 1946
Folder 44 Local 813 Charles Wright Outgoing Correspondence, January 21, 1946 - August 11, 1948
1. Charles Wright to Lewis Schwellenbach Regarding Servel Negotiations, January 21, 1947
2. Wright to Schwellenbach Regarding Seeger Negotiations, March 11, 1947
3. Wright to Schwellenbach Regarding Koch Sons Negotiations, March 11, 1947
4. Wright to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Servel Negotiations, April 12, 1947
5. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Wages, Negotiations, Servel and Faultless Caster, May 20, 1947
6. Wright to Schwellenbach Regarding Faultless Caster Negotiations, June 3, 1947
7. Wright to Schwellenbach Regarding Servel Negotiations, June 3, 1947
8. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes and Bucyrus Erie, July 26, 1947
9. Wright to James Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry and Factionalism, February 19, 1948
10. Wright to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, May 22, 1948
11. Wright to Emspak Regarding Strikes and Bucyrus Erie, August 11, 1948
Folder 45 Local 813 Incoming Correspondence, April 28, 1943 - December 30, 1954
1. Janet Barish to Sadelle Berger Regarding Staff Finances, July 14, 1947
2. Barish to Berger Regarding Staff Finances, July 17, 1947
3. Bill Cahn to Beiger Regarding Staff, July 14, 1947
4. Julius Emspak to Thurlow Jones Regarding Bonding, April 28, 1943
5. Emspak to Alvis King Regarding Political Action Committee, August 11, 1947
6. Emspak to King Regarding Dues, March 4, 1948
7. Emspak to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Defense Fund and Seeger, May 14, 1948
8. Emspak to Evelyn Steinhauser Regarding Seeger Strikes, July 13, 1948
9. Emspak to Fitzgerald Regarding Seeger Strikes, December 15, 1948
10. Emspak to Albert Eberhard Regarding Dues and Sunbeam, July 1, 1949
11. Emspak to Eberhard Regaridng Sunbeam Separate Charter, August 19, 1949
12. Emspak to Bertha Dodge Regarding Bonding, March 28, 1950
13. Emspak to Harold Schroeder Regarding Financial Reports, June 7, 1951
14. Emspak to Vic Pasche Regarding Stewards Meeting, November 16, 1954
15. Fitzgerald to Clifford Hallman Regarding Ship Delegates, June 14, 1946
16. James Matles to Agnes Schenck Regarding Staff Members, December 18, 1942
17. Fitzgerald to Eberhardt Regarding Firings Conference, September 21, 1948
18. Fitzgerald to Eberhardt Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, June 15, 1949
19. Matles to Alice King Regarding Finances, February 21, 1947
20. Matles to Schroeder Regarding Finances, January 21, 1954
21. Matles to General Executive Board Members Regarding Staff, December 30, 1954
22. F. Ortman to Eberhard Regarding Strikes, September 1, 1948
23. Ortman Regarding Servel Strikes, September 1, 1948
24. Ernest Snodgrass Regarding Bucyrus Erie Strike, September 4, 1948
Folder 46 Local 813 Outgoing Correspondence, April 13, 1943 - August 19, 1949
1. Purtel Abshier to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Grievences, April 13, 1943
2. L. Bartley to James Matles Regarding Seeger Separate Charter, October 8, 1949
3. Sadelle Berger to Bill Regarding Finances, May 19, 1947
4. Berger to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, July 15, 1947
5. Berger to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 30, 1951
6. Berger to Tom Wright Regarding Westinghouse Strike, November 18, 1952
7. Berger to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 18, 1954
8. Francis Dodge to Wright Regarding Publicity, October 18, 1948
9. Albert Eberhard to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Negotiations, January 8, 1948
10. Eberhard to Fitzgerald Regarding Servel Strike, March 19, 1948
11. Eberhard to John Bertee Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers and American Federation of Labor, April 7, 1948
12. Eberhard to Frank Kavanaugh Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, April 12, 1948
13. Eberhard to Emspak Regarding Seeger Strike and Finances, May 10, 1948
14. Eberhard to Fitzgerald Regarding Servel Strike, July 7, 1948
15. Eberhard to Emspak Regarding Finances, Negotiations and Unemployment, December 7, 1938
16. Eberhard to Emspak Regarding Finances, Negotiations and Servel, December 24, 1948
17. Eberhard to Emspak Regarding Packinghouse Workers Strike, January 25, 1949
18. Eberhard to Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployment, April 20, 1949
19. Eberhard to Emspak Regarding Seeger, Dues and Inter-union Rivalry, June 27, 1949
20. Eberhard to H. Rodgers Regarding Faultless Casters Negotiations, July 1, 1949
21. Eberhard to Emspak Regarding Separate Charters, August 19, 1949
Folder 47 Local 813 Outgoing Correspondence, May 14, 1947 - May 9, 1951
1. Charles Friday to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Wages and Negotiations, May 14, 1947
2. Friday to Julius Emspak Regarding Servel Factionalism, August 1, 1949
3. Friday to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 21, 1950
4. Clifford Hallam to Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Delegates, July 6, 1946
5. Thurlow Jones to Emspak Regarding Overtime, February 7, 1943
6. Alvis King to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 22, 1949
7. King to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 24, 1949
8 . King to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 26, 1949
9. King to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 27, 1949
10. King to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 27, 1949
11. King to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 19, 1949
12. King to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 1, 1949
13. Victor Paxche to Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 10, 1954
14. Agnes Schenk to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 1946
15. Harold Schroeder to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 9, 1951
16. John Schulze to William Sentner Regarding Singer Boycott, September 10, 1949
17. Unsigned to UE Regarding Address Change, July 1946
Folder 48 Local 813 Bonding Questionnaire and Form, May 2 - 7, 1942
Folder 49 Local 813 Receipts, October 1 - November 17, 1948
Folder 50 Local 813 Finances, October 1948 - May 31, 1955
1. Phone Calls, October 9, 1948
2. Statement, October 1948
3. Statement, November 24, 1948
4. Memo, December 10, 1948
5. Statement, May 31, 1955
6-8. Check Lists, Undated
Folder 51 Local 813 Servel Election Committee Newsletter with Sample Ballot, August 16 - September 9, 1944
Folder 52 Local 813 Seeger UE Strike News, April 7 - 28, 1948
Folder 53 Local 813 Bucyrus Erie UE Strike News, August 3 - September 4, 1948
Folder 54 Local 813 Seeger Bulletin, December 13, 1951 - March 31, 1952
Folder 55 Local 813 Evansville UE News, October 22, 1943 - October 29, 1954
Folder 56 Local 813 Leaflets, June 2, 1942 - October 11, 1948
1. "UE-CIO Wins Labor Board Case", June 2, 1942
2. "Onward to Final Victory" Regarding Sunbeam Organization, June 6, 1942
3. "Company Plans to Dump 1500 Workers", June 23, 1942
4. "Election Hearing Wednesday" Regarding Sunbeam Organization, June 24, 1942
5. "For a Guaranteed Secure Future" Regarding Organization, 1942
6. "Union Will Enforce Present Agreement" Regarding Sunbeam, December 22, 1943
7. "What Are 1100 Servel Employees in Uniform Coming Home To?" Regarding Servel Organization and Company Union, 1943
8. "Your November Ballot" Regarding Political Action with Envelope, Application and Charles Wright Letter to Servel Employees, August 11, 1944
9. "To All Members of Local 813" Regarding Officers and District 8 Factionalism, October 1946
10. "Labor Board Election Date Set" Regarding Bucyrus Erie Organization, May 27, 1947
11. "Bucyrus Erie Union Delegates to Meet in Chicago" Regarding Wages, 1947
12. "A Message to the Seeger Employees" Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, February 19, 1948
13. "Don't Be A Sucker" Regarding AFL Inter-union Rivalry, Februray 20, 1948
14. "Union Demands Action" Regarding Servel Negotiations, March 3, 1948
15. "Upon Your Request" Regarding Servell Negotiations, March 3, 1948
16. "For Over a Year" Regarding Factionalism, May 19, 1948
17. "The Real Facts at Bucyrus" Regarding Strikes at Bucyrus Erie, Septemeber 4, 1948
18. "It's You and Your Wages That They're After" Regarding Strikes and Bucyrus Erie, September 14, 1948
19. "Noet Tings Americanism Speed Up" Regarding Faultless Caster, October 11, 1948
20. "Rule or Ruin" Regarding Seeger and Factionalism, October 28, 1938
21. "Safeguard Your Union" Regarding Officers, Factionalism and District 8, 1948
Folder 57 Local 813 Leaflets, April 30, 1949 - June 29, 1954
1. "Let's Look at Jim Click's Record", 1948
2. "Facts on Auto Workers Union" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, April 30, 1949
3. "Local 813 Pledges Support to United Auto Workers of Ford", May 5, 1949
4. "In Unity There is Strength" Regarding Seeger and Inter-union Rivalry, May 13, 1949
5. "Enclosed" Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, July 18, 1949
6. "Resolutions on Taft Hartley Law" Regarding Factionalism, July 1949
7. "Facts on Seeger Strike" Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 27, 1951
8. "Bust the Wage Freeze", December 12, 1951
9. "UE Report to Membermship" Regarding IUE Local 808, 1952
10. "Special Bulletin" Regarding Servel Negotiations, June 18, 1953
11. "Servel Stalls for Time" Regarding Negotiations, June 29, 1954
Folder 58 Local 813 Leaflets, Undated
1. "Our Fight is Your Fight" Regarding Seeger Negotiations and Factionalism, Undated
2. "Stop Strike Breaking by State Police", Undated
3. "A Message From Servel Cabinet Plant Workers" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
4. "A Message From Servel Unit Division Workers" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
5. "United Auto Workers Lies Exposed" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
6. "The Bigger the Vote for UE" Regarding Seeger Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
7. "Facts to Consider" Regarding Sunbeam Organization, Undated
8. "Help Provide a Merry Christmas" Regading Seeger Strike and Imperial Dest, Undated
9. "IUE-CIO Report" Regarding UE and United Mine Workers Inter-union Rivalry, Undated
Folder 59 Local 813 Pamphlets, 1941 - March 2, 1949
1. The Right to Work Regarding Anti-Labor Legislation, 1941
2. At the General Membership Meeting Regarding Factionalism, January 29, 1947
3. Memo Regarding Seeger, April 19, 1948
4. Protect Your Contract Regarding Seeger and Inter-union Rivalry, March 2, 1949
Folder 60 Local 813 Pamphlets, May 4, 1949 - October 1952
1. Mr. J.W. Krueger Regarding Seeger Negotiations, May 4, 1949
2. Vote Neither Regarding Seeger and Inter-union Rivalry, 1949
3. Dear Member Regarding Sentner Case and Negotiations, October 1952
Folder 61 Local 813 Radio Broadcasts Regarding IUE Local 808 and Seeger Strike, December 9, 1951
Folder 62 Local 813 Newspaper Clippings, 1942 - August 16, 1946
1. "Union Seeks to Void Sunbeam Bargaining Poll," 1942
2. "Sunbeam Union Hearing Likely to Close Today," Evansville Courier, January 14, 1942
3. "Sunbeam Union Hearing Ended," January 15, 1942
4. "Employees of Sunbeam," Evansville Courier, August 9, 1942
5. "Parades at Home of Boss," Evansville Press, October 18, 1945
6. "Control of CIO Local is Contested," Evansville Press, July 30, 1946
7. "Seek to Oust Reds From UE-CIO Union," Evansville Press, August 12, 1946
8. "Oust Reds, UE Official Urges," Evansville Courier, August 12, 1946
9. "UE-CIO Election Issue Reported As Communism," Evansville Courier, August 16, 1946
Folder 63 Local 813 Newspaper Clippings, March 20, 1948 - May 11, 1949
1. "Here Are the Facts," Evansville Press, Mrach 20, 1948
2. "NLRB Sending Man to Check Seeger Union," April 6, 1948
3. "Company Offer of Six-Cent Pay Boost Accepted" Regarding Seeger, August 30, 1948
4. "UAW Seeger CIO Local Union," Evansville Press, April 29, 1949
5. "Local 813 Asks Seeger to Extend Present Contract," April 30, 1949
6. "My Daddy Likes UE," Evansville Press, May 3, 1949
7. "UE Is Our Union," Evansville Courier, May 11, 1949
Folder 64 Local 813 Newspaper Clippings, July 29, 1950 - December 12, 1951
1. "IUE Threatens Wildcat Strike," Evansville Press, July 29, 1950
2. "Both Company and Union See Seeger Victory," Evansville Press, December 10, 1951
3. "Seeger IUE Gets Revenue Change as Pickets Posted," December 11, 1951
4. "Union Ends Strike at Seeger Plant," December 12, 1951
5. "Seeger Employees Get Wage Increase," Evansville Press, January 8, 1952
6. "Servel Has Ability to Grant Wage Increases," Evansville Courier, January 27, 1952
7. "Seeger NLRB Vote Possible," March 15, 1952
8. "UE Petitions for Election at Seeger," Evansville Courier, April 1, 1952
9. "NLRB Seeks to End Seeger Union Muddle," May 1, 1952
10. "We At Servel Demand Pattern Raise," Evansville Courier, June 27, 1954
Folder 65 Local 813 Sunbeam Organization, September 2, 1941 - August 8, 1942
1. Charter Application with September 4, 1941, James Payne Letter to Julius Emspak, September 2, 1941
2. Emspak to Payne, September 12, 1941
3. Payne to James Matles with Newspaper Clipping and Summer Gerald Letter, September 17, 1941
4. Payne to Emspak, September 9, 1941
5. Emspak to Payne, September 22, 1941
6. William Sentner to Matles, July 29, 1941
7. Sentner to Matles, August 8, 1942
Folder 66 Local 813 Servel Organization, May 10 - June 1, 1944
1. Servel Organization Program, May 10, 1944
2. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, May 11, 1944
3. Emspak to Sentner, June 1, 1944
Folder 67 Local 813 Sunbeam Strike and Negotiations, April 7 - October 30, 1945
1. James Payne to Julius Emspak, April 7, 1945
2. Emspak to William Sentner, September 21, 1945
3. Sentner to Emspak, October 11, 1945
4. Emspak to Sentner, October 17, 1945
5. Sentner to Emspak, October 22, 1945
6. Emspak to Sentner, October 26, 1945
7. Notification of Pending Disagreement, October 30, 1945
Folder 68 Local 813 Faultless Caster Negotiations, November 23, 1945 - April 24, 1946
1. Albert Fitzgerald to William Sentner, November 23, 1945
2. Sentner to Fitzgerald, March 22, 1946
3. Notification of Pending Disagreement, Apirl 24, 1946
Folder 69 Local 813 Evansville CIO, April 21 - 22, 1947
1. Charles Wright to Phillip Murray Regarding Evansville CIO Resolution, April 21, 1947
2. Wright to John Brophy, April 22, 1947
Folder 70 Local 813 Bucyrus Erie Inter-union Rivalry, January 13 - May 9, 1947
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, January 13, 1947
2. William Fauer to Emspak, January 13, 1947
3. Emspak to Fauer, January 20, 1947
4. Otto Maschoff to James Matles, May 9, 1947
Folder 71 Local 813 Subsidy, February 19 - March 4, 1947
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, February 19, 1947
2. James Matles to Sentner, March 4, 1947
Folder 72 Local 813 Bucyrus Erie Strike, May 3 - August 31, 1948
1. N.R. Knox to William Senter with May 4, 1948, James Payne Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, May 3, 1948
2. Bert Miller to Robert Fischer, August 31, 1948
Folder 73 Local 813 Seeger Strike, April 29 - 30, 1948
1. Union Proposals, April 29, 1948
2. Termination of Strike Notice, April 30, 1948
Folder 74 Local 813 Financial Situation, December 1948
1. Strike Fund Data, December 1948
2. Julius Emspak to Joseph Pogue, December 27, 1938
Folder 75 Local 813 Seeger Factionalism and United Auto Workers Rivalry, May 5 - June 17, 1949
1. William Sentner to James Matles, May 5, 1949
2. Otto Maschoff to Albert Fitzgerald, June 17, 1949
Folder 76 Local 813 King Resignation, August 24 - 26, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Pogue with August 22, 1949, Alvis King Letter to Emspak, August 24, 1949
2. Joseph Pogue to Emspak, August 26, 1949
Folder 77 Local 813 Charters, August 15 - October 6, 1949
1. Local 813 Executive Board Statement, August 15, 1949
2. Joseph Pogue to Julius Emspak, August 26, 1949
3. Emspak to Pogue, August 31, 1949
4. William Sentner to James Matles, September 2, 1949
5. Emspak to Pogue, October 6, 1949
Folder 78 Local 813 Seeger Stirke and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 13 - December 24, 1951
1. Robert Logsdon to James Matles with Newspaper Clippings, November 13, 1951
2. James Payne to All Servel Members, December 4, 1951
3. William Sentner to James Matles, December 4, 1951
4. Sentner to Matles, December 12, 1951
5. Logsdon to Matles, December 13, 1951
6. Sentner to Matles, December 13, 1951
7. Logsdon to Matles, December 1951
8. Statement, December 18, 1951
9. Logsdon to Matles, December 24, 1951
Folder 79 Local 813 Servel Negotiations, June 21 - 29, 1954
1. Robert Logsdon to Albert Fitzgerald, June 21, 1954
2. Letter to Logsdon, June 21, 1954
3. Elmer Ralph Memo, June 29, 1954
Folder 80 Local 813 Staff and Finances, March 8, 1954 - June 30, 1955
1. Emma Memo to Dave Ratner, March 8, 1954
2. James Matles Memo to Janet, April 7, 1954
3. Robert Logsdon to Matles, April 22, 1954
4. Don Harris to Matles, April 29, 1954
5. Logsdon to Matles, June 30, 1955
Folder 81 Local 813 Correspondence, September 29, 1942 - August 14, 1946
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Disbanding, September 29, 1942
2. Sunbeam Resolution Regarding Negotiations, October 18, 1942
3. James Payne to James Matles Regarding Officers and Staff Members, December 16, 1942
4. Memo Regarding Address Change, April 1945
5. Shop Delegates Conference Proceedings, July 21, 1946
6. UE Committee for Democratic Action Statement Regarding Officers, August 14, 1946
Folder 82 Local 813 Correspondence, December 12, 1946 - October 1948
1. Memo Regarding Wages, December 12, 1946
2. Memo Regarding Activity Report, January 8, 1947
3. Albert Fitzgerald to William Sentner Regaridng Evansville Visit, June 4, 1947
4. Fitzgerald to Sentner Regarding Bucyrus Erie Strikes, July 30, 1947
5. John Krueger to Fitzgerald Regarding Seeger Strike, December 15, 1947
6. Union Negotiation Proposals Regarding Servel, March 4, 1948
7. Bucyrus Erie Conference Memo, March 6, 1948
8. Grievance Report Regarding Servel, April 13, 1948
9. Organizational Program, June 17, 1948
10. Sentner to Joseph Dermondy Regarding Seeger Contract, June 18, 1948
11. Election Totals Regarding Factionalism and Officers, August 1948
12. Memo Regarding Factionalism, October 1948
Folder 83 Local 813 Correspondence, March 22, 1949 - June 17, 1951
1. Report of Negotiating Committee Regarding Servel with March 7, 1949, Contract Report, March 22, 1949
2. Resolution on Unemployment, March 29, 1949
3. Grievance Report with William Sentner Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, May 23, 1949
4. Agreement Regarding Separate Seeger Charter, August 31, 1949
5. IUE Local 808 Officers to Members Regarding Strike, August 1950
6. Proposed Contract Settlement Regarding Servel with Sadelle Berger Memo to Albert Fitzgerald, 1951
7. Berger to James Matles Regarding Finances, August 15, 1951
8. Robert Logsdon to Matles Regarding Servel Negotiations, Seeger and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, June 17, 1951
Folder 84 Local 813 Correspondnece, June 1956
1. Servel Check-off Revocation, June 1956
2. National Labor Relations Board and American Federation of Labor, Undated
3. Contract Proposal Resolution Regarding Seeger, Undated
4. Auto Workers Rank and File Minutes, Undated

Section: Local 814

Folder 85 Local 814 Officers Lists, October 1, 1942 - August 12, 1948
Folder 86 Local 814 Officer Meeting Minutes, July 14 - August 12, 1948
Folder 87 Local 814 Membership Meeting Minutes, August 17, 1948
Folder 88 Local 814 Membership Resolution Regarding World War II, the British and Soviet Union, May 1942
Folder 89 Local 814 Incoming Correspondence, August 29, 1944 - August 13, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Daisy Smith Regarding Finances, August 29, 1944
2. Emspak to Ivan Wolf Regarding War Labor Board, June 15, 1945
3. Emspak to Thorsten Franzeen Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 18, 1945
4. Emspak to Wolf Regaridng Herman Nelson Strike, February 18, 1946
5. Emspak to Franzeen Regarding Per Capita, December 23, 1946
6. Emspak to Lee Thompson Regarding Wages, June 6, 1947
7. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Political Action Committee, November 18, 1947
8. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Political Action Committee, December 2, 1947
9. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Finances, March 30, 1948
10. Emspak to Rex Wheelock Regarding Eagle Signal Strike and Wages, Apirl 27, 1948
11. Emspak to Wheelock Regarding Eagle Signal and Herman Nelson Strikes, May 28, 1948
12. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Eagle Signal and Herman Nelson Strikes, May 28, 1948
13. Emspak to Wheelock Regarding Herman Nelson Strike, June 7, 1948
14. Emspak to Roy Saltz Regarding Minneapolis Moline Charter, July 30, 1948
15. Emspak to Thompson Regarding Separate Charters and UE Convention, August 13, 1948
16. James Matles to J.B. Johnson Regarding Staff Members, November 7, 1946
17. William Sentner to Dwight Brenston Regarding Factionalism and Separate Charters, November 17, 1944
18. Sentner to Wheelock Regarding Voss Brothers Organization, June 18, 1945
19. Sentner to Saltz Regarding Factionalism and Separate Charters, July 27, 1948
Folder 90 Local 814 Outgoing Correspondence, April 6, 1942 - August 20, 1948
1. G.R. Bloomberg to UE Regarding Officers, April 6, 1942
2. Kathryn Couchman to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, February 20, 1945
3. Adrian Curtis to Local 814 Members Regarding Eagle Signal Strike, 1948
4. E.J. Floyd to Emspak Regarding Eagle Signal Strike, February 5, 1942
5. Floyd to James Matles Regarding Officers and Iowa Ordinance Organization, March 31, 1942
6. Thorsten Franzeen to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 15, 1945
7. Franzeen to Emspak Regarding Stirke Fund, January 19, 1946
8. Franzeen to William Sentner Regarding Strike Fund, April 26, 1946
9. Franzeen to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 5, 1946
10. Franzeen to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 16, 1946
11. Franzeen Regarding Herman Nelson Strike, Undated
12. Roy Saltz to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Minneapolis Moline Separate Charter, July 23, 1948
13. Lee Thompson to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, UE Convention and Minneapolis Moline Separate Charter, July 31, 1948
14. Thompson to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, Separate Charters and Minneapolis Moline, August 10, 1948
15. Thompson to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and UE Convention with August 17, 1948, Emspak Letter to Sentner, August 14, 1948
16. Thompson to Emspak Regarding Minneapolis Moline Separate Charters, August 18, 1948
17. Thompson to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and UE Convention, August 20, 1948
Folder 91 Local 814 Outgoing Correspondence, February 28, 1945 - February 1, 1946
1. Rex Wheelock to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 21, 1943
2. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 28, 1945
3. Wheelock to Robert Logsdon Regarding Finances, September 4, 1945
4. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Factionalism, November 5, 1948
5. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 2, 1947
6. Wheelock to Tom Wright Regarding Publicity, December 16, 1947
7. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, December 23, 1947
8. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Eagle Signal and Herman Nelson Negotiations, April 19, 1948
9. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Eagle Signal and Herman Nelson Strikes, May 17, 1948
10. Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Herman Nelson and Eagle Signal Contracts, June 4, 1948
11. Ivan Wolf to Emspak Regarding Herman Nelson War Labor Board, June 12, 1945
12. Wolf to James Matles Regarding UE Officers, Factionalism and Political Action Committee, November 2, 1945
13. Wolf to Matles Regaridng Herman Nelson Strike, February 1, 1946
14. Strike Strategy Committee to Catterton Regarding Herman Nelson Strike, Undated
Folder 92 Locla 814 Finances, Bonding Form and Trustees Statement, February 17, 1942, August 21, 1944
Folder 93 Local 814 Leaflets, 1948
1. "No Work After 10A.M." Regarding Herman Nelson Strike, 1948
2. "A Challenge" Regarding Herman Nelson Strike, undated
Folder 94 Local 814 Newspaper 814 Bulletin, undated
Folder 95 Local 814 Eagle Signal Organization, January 1942
1. Owen Smith to James Matles, January 24, 1942
2. Charter Application, January 24, 1942
3. Brief History, January 1942
4. Julius Emspak to Smith, January 26, 1942
5. Stella to William Sentner, January 26, 1942
6. Emspak to Smith, January 28, 1942
7. Emspak to Smith, January 30, 1942
Folder 96 Local 814 Amalgamation, July - November 4, 1942
1. Resolution of Locals 814 and 815, July 1942
2. Minutes, September 15, 1942
3. John Nordman to Julius Emspak, October 1942
4. Joint Executive Board Resolution, October 1, 1942
5. Emspak to Nordman, November 4, 1942
6. Joint Executive Board Resolution, 1942
Folder 97 Local 814 Eagle Signal Wages, January 6 - April 20, 1944
1. M. Porosky to Rex Wheelock, January 6, 1944
2. Wheelock to Porosky, January 12, 1944
3. Wheelock to Porosky, April 20, 1944
Folder 98 Local 814 Minneapolis Moline Separate Charters, November 28 - December 4, 1944
1. Ray Klausner to William Sentner, November 28, 1944
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak, December 4, 1944
Folder 99 Local 814 Herman Nelson Strike, February 11 - May 21, 1946
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, February 11, 1946
2. Rex Wheelock to Emspak, February 20, 1946
3. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 15, 1946
4. Wheelock to Sentner, April 18, 1946
5. Wheelock to Emspak, April 18, 1946
6. Wheelock to Emspak, April 19, 1946
7. Wheelock to Emspak, April 22, 1946
8. Edward Pringle to Wheelock, May 1946
9-10. Wheelock to Emspak, May 18, 1946
11. Emspak to Wheelock, May 21, 1946
12. Wheelock to Robert Logsdon, May 21, 1946
13. Wheelock to Emspak, May 21, 1946
14. Wage Petition, 1940
Folder 100 Local 814 Local Division, July 16 - August 23, 1948
1. Special Committee Minutes, July 16, 1948
2. Stipulation of Agreement, July 16, 1948
3. Amendment to Stipulation, August 2, 1948
4. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, August 10, 1948
5. Convention Credentials, August 14, 1948
6. Vote Totals, August 18, 1948
7. Lee Thompson Statement, August 20, 1948
8. Sentner to Emspak, August 23, 1948
9. Committee Minutes, August 23, 1948
Folder 101 Local 814 Correspondence, January 30, 1941 - December 1, 1949
1. Otto Maschoff to Julius Emspak Regarding Charter, January 30, 1941
2. Vote Total Regarding Herman Nelson Organization and Inter-union Rivalry with International Association of Machinists, April 14, 1943
3. Porosky to H.G. Lewis Regarding Eagle Signal Wages and War Labor Board, December 23, 1943
4. Rex Wheelock to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Stewards, February 6, 1944
5. David Scribner to Alice Smith Regarding War Labor Board, June 15, 1945
6. Wheelock to Ernest DeMaio Regarding Minneapolis Moline Negotiations, February 20, 1946
7. Executive Board Statement Regaridng UE Officers and Wages, June 2, 1947
8. Termination of Herman Nelson Strike, June 14, 1948
9. Scribner to Robert Logsdon Regarding Finances, December 1, 1949
10. Picket Card Regarding Herman Nelson, Undated

Section: Local 815 (Moline)

Folder 102 Local 815 (Moline) Outgoing Correspondence, April 12 - June 23, 1942
1. Alfred Bracewell to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 12, 1942
2. Tom Willits to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 23, 1942
Folder 103 Local 815 (Moline) Bonding Questionnaire and Form, June 23 - July 1, 1942
Folder 104 Local 815 (Moline) Leaflets, June 1942
1. "Lets Go CIO" Regarding Reynolds Organization, June 24, 1942
2. "Who Is Patriotric" Regarding Reynolds Organization, June 1942
3. "Tool Workers Get the Bait" Regarding Minneapolis Moline Organization, June 1942
4. "The UE-CIO Record" Regarding Organization, June 1942
Folder 105 Local 815 (Moline) Organization, April 1942
1. Owen Smith to Julius Emspak, April 1942
2. Emspak to Smith, April 12, 1942
3. Charter Application, April 1942
Folder 106 Local 815 (Moline) War Orders, May 13 - June 13, 1942
1. Owen Smith to Russ Nixon, May 13, 1942
2. Nixon to Smith, May 19, 1942
3. Production Survey, May 19, 1942
4. Nixon to W.R. Tracy, May 19, 1942
5. Smith to Julius Emspak, May 20, 1942
6. Smith to Nixon, May 25, 1942
7. Nixon to Smith, June 13, 1942
Folder 107 Local 815 (Moline) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to John Dordiman Regarding Amalgamation, October 12, 1942

Section: Local 815 (Memphis)

Folder 108 Local 815 (Memphis) Officers Lists, February 1948
Folder 109 Local 815 (Memphis) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to E. Mullin Regarding Organization, February 10, 1948
Folder 110 Local 815 (Memphis) Stamps, February 17 - March 18, 1948
Folder 111 Local 815 (Memphis) Charter Supplies, February 10, 1948
Folder 112 Local 815 (Memphis) Organization, February 10 - April 30, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to Otto Maschoff, February 10, 1948
2. Emspak to William Sentner, February 10, 1948
3. Maschoff to Emspak, April 30, 1948

Section: Local 815 (Keosauqua)

Folder 113 Local 815 (Keosauqua) Finances, August 26 - September 1, 1952
1. Stamps, August 26, 1952
2. Ledger, August 1952
3. Charter Supplies, September 1, 1952
Folder 114 Local 815 (Keosauqua) Newspaper Clippings, September 10, 1952
1. "Berker at Keosauqua Officers Wage Boosts," Undated
2. "Strike Stops Contract Meeting at Keosauqua," September 10, 1952
Folder 115 Local 815 (Keosauqua) Organization and Strike, August 2 - October 7, 1952
1. Don Harris to Julius Emspak, August 2, 1952
2. Emspak to Charles Hobbie, August 27, 1952
3. Emspak to Harris, August 27, 1952
4. Emspak to George Eddy, August 27, 1952
5. Charter Application, September 1, 1952
6. Injunction Notice, September 19, 1952
7. Injunction, September 29, 1952
8. Basil Pollitt Memo, October 7, 1952

Section: Local 816 (St. Louis)

Folder 116 Local 816 (St. Louis) Officers Lists, September 12, 1945
Folder 117 Local 816 (St. Louis) Incoming Correspondence, July 22 - December 18, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Gary LaDassor Regarding Bonding, July 22, 1942
2. Emspak to LaDassor Regarding Bonding, April 22, 1942
3. Emspak to Harry Smith Regarding Bonding, Novebmer 9, 1942
4. James Matles to Smith Regarding Staff Members, December 18, 1942
Folder 118 Local 816 (St. Louis) Outgoing Correspondence, April 15, 1943 - January 23, 1946
1. Gary LaDassor to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Bonding, April 15, 1943
2. LaDassor to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Negotiations, August 11, 1943
3. A.F. Reineck to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 23, 1946
Folder 119 Local 816 (St. Louis) Bonding Questionnaire and Form, November 23 - December 9, 1942
Folder 120 Local 816 (St. Louis) Financial Reports, February 1943
Folder 121 Local 816 (St. Louis) US Cartridge Election Notice, May 1943
Folder 122 Local 816 (St. Louis) US Cartridge Organization, July 17 - December 1, 1942
1. Charter Application, July 17, 1942
2. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, July 24, 1942
3. Emspak to Sentner, July 20, 1942
4. Neil Brant to Sentner, August 18, 1942
5. Emspak to Sentner, October 6, 1942
6. Sentner to Emspak, October 12, 1942
7. Frances Sayler to Sentner, November 17, 1942
8. Emspak to Sentner, November 17, 1942
9. Organization Activities Memo Regarding US Cartridge, November 18, 1942
10. Sentner to Russ Nixon, November 19, 1942
11. Nixon to James Matles with Nixon Letter to Sentner, November 20, 1942
12. Brant to Matles, December 1, 1942
Folder 123 Local 816 (St. Louis) Correspondence, May 10, 1943 - July 8, 1946
1. Williaim Sentner to James Matles Regarding US Cartridge Wages, May 10, 1943
2. Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Disbanding, July 8, 1946

Section: Local 816 (Fulton)

Folder 124 Local 816 (Fulton) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Laurence Knapp, September 3, 1952
Folder 125 Local 816 (Fulton) Charter Supplies and Financial Ledger, September 3, 1952 - April 1953
Folder 126 Local 816 (Fulton) Organization, August 29 - September 3, 1952
1. Don Harris to Julius Emspak, August 29, 1952
2. Emspak to Harris, September 3, 1952

Section: Local 817 (Cairo)

Folder 127 Local 817 (Cairo) Incoming Correspondence, September 24 - October 14, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Byron Alcorn, September 24, 1942
2. Lou Kimmel to War Workers, October 14, 1942
Folder 128 Local 817 (Cairo) Bonding Form, September 24, 1942
Folder 129 Local 817 (Cairo) Organization, September 24 - December 30, 1942
1. Julius Emspak to Lou Kimmel, September 24, 1942
2. Russ Nixon to James Matles with Nixon Letter to William Sentner, September 29, 1942
3. Kimmel to Emspak, October 1942
4. Sentner to Nixon, October 27, 1942
5. Sentner to Emspak with Bills, November 17, 1942
6. Emspak to Sentner, November 27, 1942
7. Sentner to Emspak, December 30, 1942

Section: Local 817 (Lawrence)

Folder 130 Local 817 (Lawrence) Officers Lists, June 24, 1948 - March 7, 1950
Folder 131 Local 817 (Lawrence) Incoming Correspondence, March 15, 1948 - February 26, 1951
1. Julius Emspak to Lester Anderson Regarding Organization, March 15, 1948
2. Emspak to Lucille Bond Regarding Supplies and Per Capita, March 10, 1950
3. Emspak to Bond Regarding Disbanding, February 26, 1951
Folder 132 Local 817 (Lawrence) Outgoing Correspondence, Lucille Bond to UE Regarding Disbanding, February 20, 1951
Folder 133 Local 817 (Lawrence) Charter Supplies, March 8, 1948
Folder 134 Local 817 (Lawrence) Organization, March 15, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, March 15, 1948
2. Emspak to Robert Logsdon, March 15, 1948
3. Charter Information, 1948
Folder 135 Local 817 (Lawrence) Charter Reinstatement, February 3 - March 10, 1950
1. Robert Logsdon to James Matles, February 3, 1950
2. Emma Memo to Rachie, February 7, 1950
3. Otto Maschoff to Julius Emspak, March 7, 1950
4. Emspak to Maschoff, March 10, 1950
Folder 136 Local 817 (Lawrence) Correspondence, February 26, 1951
1. Secretary of Julius Emspak to William Sentner Regarding Disbanding, February 26, 1951
2. M.A. Myers Regarding Organization, Undated

Section: Local 818

Folder 137 Local 818 Officers Lists, July 1943 - March 18, 1955
Folder 138 Local 818 Membership List with September 17, 1949, Bernell Tolbert Letter to Julius Emspak, July 24, 1949
Folder 139 Local 818 Incoming Correspondence, September 24, 1942 - March 14, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Daily Regarding Bonding, September 24, 1942
2. Emspak to Fred Colbert Regarding Political Action, December 15, 1943
3. Emspak to Laverne Gregory Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 15, 1945
4. Emspak to Albert Combs Regarding Dues and Veterans, February 23, 1945
5. Emspak to Combs Regarding Per Capita, May 3, 1945
6. Emspak to Colbert, July 30, 1945
7. Emspak to Harold Dosch Regarding Supplies, March 14, 1950
Folder 140 Local 818 Outgoing Correspondence, August 19, 1946 - June 25, 1954
1. C. Burkhard to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, August 19, 1946
2. Fred Colbert to Thelma Stein Regarding Wages, November 10, 1943
3. Colbert to Julius Emspak Regarding Wage Control Board, July 16, 1945
4. Albert Combs to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, February 18, 1945
5. Combs to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, April 22, 1945
6. Combs to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, January 31, 1946
7. Combs to Emspak Regarding Contracts, October 3, 1946
8. Combs to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Unity, March 9, 1955
9. Harold Dosch to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 10, 1950
10. Lavern Grigary to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, January 11, 1945
11. Robert James to James Matles Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with IUE District 50, June 25, 1954
12. Joseph Walker to Emspak Regarding Officers, May 1943
Folder 141 Local 818 Bonding and Local Audit, March 10 - August 18, 1943
Folder 142 Local 818 Organization, September 2 - December 1, 1942
1. James Payne to James Matles, September 2, 1942
2. Payne to Matles, Undated
3. Albert Fitzgerald to Robert Patterson, September 10, 1942
4. Julius Emspak to Payne, September 24, 1942
5. William Sentner to Fitzgerald, October 6, 1942
6. Neil Brant to Payne, December 1, 1942
Folder 143 Local 818 Labor-Management Productivity Committee, September 25 - October 11, 1943
1. James Payne to Julius Emspak, September 25, 1943
2. Emspak to Payne, October 11, 1943
Folder 144 Local 818 War Labor Board Case, February 14, 1944 - August 31, 1945
1. James Payne to Julius Emspak, February 14, 1944
2-3. Phone Conversation Transcript, February 14, 1944
4. William Sentner to James Hayward, August 31, 1945
Folder 145 Local 818 Strike, August 20 - 27, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Robert Kirkwood, August 20, 1946
2. William Sentner to Emspak, August 22, 1946
3. Emspak to Sentner, August 22, 1946
4. Notification of Pending Disagreement, August 27, 1946
5. Strike Report, August 27, 1946
6. Termination of Strike, August 1946
Folder 146 Local 818 Correspondence, William Sentner to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 24, 1950

Section: Local 819

Folder 147 Local 819 Officers Lists, March 28, 1945 - December 9, 1952
Folder 148 Local 819 Incoming Correspondence, December 17, 1942 - January 20, 1955
1. Julius Emspak to Clyde Wenneston Regarding Bonding, December 17, 1942
2. Emspak to John G'Sell Regarding General Electric Conference Board, April 4, 1943
3. Emspak to G'Sell Regarding Bonding, July 7, 1943
4. Emspak to G'Sell Regarding Bonding, November 9, 1943
5. Emspak to Wayne Stanley Regarding Veterans and Dues, July 6, 1945
6. Emspak to Stanley Regarding Bonding, December 11, 1946
7. Emspak to Wenneston Regarding Finances, December 16, 1946
8. Emspak to Leo Kubiak Regarding Finances, January 21, 1947
9. Emspak to Kubiak Regarding Per Capita, January 23, 1947
10. Emspak to Kubiak Regarding Finances, February 4, 1947
11. Emspak to Kubiak Regarding Finances, March 11, 1947
12. Emspak to Edward Ray Regarding Finances, May 18, 1948
13. Emspak to Ray Regarding Finances, July 30, 1948
14. Emspak to Ray Regarding United Steelworkers Strikes, December 21, 1949
15. Emspak to Ray Regarding Dues, August 28, 1950
16. Emspak to Ray Regarding GE Dues and Check-off, October 26, 1950
17. Emspak to Ray Regarding Per Capita, January 23, 1951
18. Emspak to Paul Reichmuth Regarding Disaffiliation, January 20, 1955
Folder 149 Local 819 Outgoing Correspondence, December 22, 1947 - October 10, 1952
1. John Antal to Julius Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 10, 1952
2. Antal to Emspak Regarding IH Strike, November 17, 1952
3. John W. G'Sell to Emspak Regarding Bonding, July 13, 1943
4. Emspak to G'Sell Regarding Bonding, August 19, 1943
5. Leo Kubiak to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 13, 1947
6. C. Meierarend to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, February 11, 1947
7. Meierarend to Jack Kroll Regarding Political Action Committee, undated
8. Edward Ray to Emspak Regarding Strike Fund, November 30, 1949
9. Ray to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 15, 1951
10. P. Reichmuth to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 17, 1955
11. Wayne Stanley to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 24, 1945
12. Clyde Wenneston to Emspak Regarding Address Change, October 2, 1944
13. Wayne Young to Edward Matthews Regarding Political Action Committe, Separate Locals and Westinghouse with December 22, 1947, Emspak Letter to William Sentner, December 7, 1947
Folder 150 Local 819 Financial Bonding and Per Capita Bills, August 1, 1943, October 26, 1950
Folder 151 Local 819 Per Capita Payments, January 28 - February 17, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, January 28, 1947
2. Emspak to Sentner, February 3, 1947
3. Emspak to Charles Anderson, February 11, 1947
4. Emspak to Sentner, February 17, 1947
Folder 152 Local 819 Separate Westinghouse Charters, December 19 - 22, 1947
1. Nina Memo to Ray, December 19, 1947
2. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, December 22, 1947
Folder 153 Local 819 Incorrect Check, December 12 - 15, 1952
1. A.E. Mee to Julius Emspak, December 12, 1952
2. Janet Barish to Mee, December 15, 1952
Folder 154 Local 819 Correspondence, December 17, 1942 - January 20, 1955
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner Regarding Organization, December 17, 1942
2. Robert Logsdon to James Matles Regarding General Electric Contracts, March 22, 1943
3. David Scribner to Sentner Regarding Organization, October 25, 1943
4. Strike Report Regarding Westinghouse Service, January 15, 1946
5. Strike Report Regarding General Electric Service, January 15, 1946
6. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Finances, August 13, 1947
7. Emspak to Logsdon Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, January 20, 1955

Section: Local 820

Folder 155 Local 820 Officers Lists, May 24, 1948 - February 7, 1950
Folder 156 Local 820 Charter Supplys, May 24, 1948
Folder 157 Local 820 Incoming Correspondence, May 24, 1948 - February 2, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Walter Held Regarding Organization, May 24, 1948
2. Emspak to Held, June 14, 1948
3. Emspak to John Wester Regarding Officers, February 2, 1950
Folder 158 Local 820 Outgoing Correspondence, Walter Reed to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 2, 1948
Folder 159 Local 820 Organization, May 24 - 26, 1948
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, May 24, 1948
2. Emspak to Robert Logsdon, May 24, 1948
3. Sentner to Emspak, May 26, 1948
Folder 160 Local 820 Correspondence, Robert Logsdon to Julius Emspak Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, January 4, 1950

Section: Local 820 (Moberly)

Folder 161 Local 820 (Moberly) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Frank Hayob, March 1, 1950
Folder 162 Local 820 (Moberly) Organization, March 1 - May 12, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, March 1, 1943
2. Sentner to James Matles, April 28, 1943
3. Emspak to Sentner, April 29, 1943
4. Sentner to Emspak, May 12, 1943

Section: Local 821

Folder 163 Local 821 Officers Lists, July 8, 1947 - May 16, 1949
Folder 164 Local 821 Incoming Correspondence, March 18, 1943 - April 23, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to West Regarding Bonding, March 18, 1943
2. Emspak to William Gallip Regarding UE Convention, June 23, 1943
3. Emspak to Gallip Regarding Bonding, July 13, 1943
4. Emspak to Harris Davis Regarding Officers, April 23, 1947
Folder 165 Local 821 Outgoing Correspondence, June 8, 1943 - July 10, 1947
1. Keith Claxton to UE Regarding Bonding, July 10, 1947
2. Harris Davis to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, October 24, 1946
3. William Gallip to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers, June 8, 1943
4. Gallip to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, July 9, 1943
5. Gallip to Emspak Regarding Contracts, March 14, 1944
6. Richard Jones to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, May 25, 1946
Folder 166 Local 821 Organization, March 12 - 16, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, March 12, 1943
2. Sentner to Emspak, March 16, 1943
Folder 167 Local 821 Per Capita, July 13 - 29, 1943
1. Julius Emspak to William Snenter, July 13, 1943
2. Sentner to Emspak, July 29, 1943
Folder 168 Local 821 Correspondence, May 28, 1946 - December 9, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner Regarding Stirkes, May 28, 1946
2. R.B. Logsdon to James Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 9, 1949

Section: Local 822

Folder 169 Local 822 Officers Lists with January 19, 1949, Joyce Gramadas Letter to UE and March 8, 1950, Lee Thompson Letter to Julius Emspak, September 22, 1948 - March 10, 1955
Folder 170 Local 822 Incoming Correspondence, September 16, 1948 - August 11, 1955
1. Julius Emspak to Lee Thompson Regarding Organization, September 16, 1948
2. Emspak to Carroll Wright Regarding Bear Manufacturing Strike, June 3, 1952
3. Emspak to Wright Regarding Bear Manufacturing Strike, July 25, 1952
4. Emspak to Wright Regarding Bear Manufacturing Strike, July 30, 1952
5. Emspak to Wright Regarding Bear Manufacturing Strike, November 11, 1952
6. Emspak to Wright Regarding Finances and Bear Manufacturing Strike, March 21, 1955
7. James Matles to Wright Regarding Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers and American Federation of Labor, June 4, 1952
8. Emspak to Wright Regarding Finances, January 21, 1954
9. Matles to Wright Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, June 8, 1955
10. Matles to Wright Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, June 24, 1955
11. Matles to Wright Regarding Inter-union Rivalry at Eagle Signal, July 15, 1955
12. Matles to Wright Regarding Finances and Per Capita, August 11, 1955
13. Joseph Pogue to Rex Wheelock Regarding Factionalism, January 4, 1949
Folder 171 Local 822 Outgoing Correspondence, September 29, 1948 - August 11, 1955
1. Lee Thompson to Julius Emspak Regarding Bonding, September 29, 1948
2. Thompson to UE Regarding Packinghouse Workers Strike, January 24, 1949
3. Carroll Wright to Julius Emspak Regarding Bear Strike, July 25, 1952
4. Wright to Emspak Regarding Bear Strike, November 17, 1952
5. Wright to Emspak Regarding Finances and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, March 29, 1954
6. Wright to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Herman Nelson and Eagle Signal Inter-union Rivalry with United Auto Workers and IUE, February 22, 1955
7. Wright to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Unity, February 28, 1955
8. Wright to Emspak Regarding Finances and Inter-union Rivalry, May 3, 1955
9. Wright to Emspak, June 6, 1955
10. Wright to Bob Logsdon Regarding Eagle Signal Inter-union Rivalry with Logsdon Memo, June 17, 1955
11. Wright to James Matles Regarding Eagle Signal Inter-union Rivalry, June 22, 1955
12. Wright to Matles Regarding Eagle Signal Finances, July 13, 1955
13. Wright to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, August 11, 1955
14. Wright to Logsdon Regarding Herman Nelson and Eagle Signal Finances, 1955
15. Charles Young to Howard McGrath Regarding Mundt Ferguson Bill, August 17, 1949
Folder 172 Local 822 Charter Supplies and Financial Memo, September 1, 1948, July 28, 1955
Folder 173 Local 822 Newspaper Local 822 Round-Up, February 16, 1954
Folder 174 Local 822 Leaflets, November 25, 1949 - May 28, 1952
1. "Statement of Stewards and Officers" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 25, 1949
2. "Holiday Greetings" Regarding Dues, December 1943
3. "United Stewards" Regarding Herman Nelson and Inter-union Rivalry, February 1955
4. "Contract Meeting Tonight" Regarding Eagle Signal Negotiations, May 18, 1955
5. "Congratulations" Regarding Herman Nelson and Inter-union Rivalry, May 18, 1955
6. "United We Stand for Victory" Regarding Eagle Signal Strike, August 19, 1955
Folder 175 Local 822 Newspaper Clippings, May 27 - 28, 1952
1. "Bear Plant Will Get More Police," Rock Island Argus, May 27, 1952
2. "Strike Wrath is Vented on Police" Rock Island Argus, May 28, 1952
Folder 176 Local 822 New Charter, August 20 - September 17, 1948
1. Lee Thompson to Julius Emspak, August 20, 1948
2. Emspak to Robert Logsdon, September 16, 1948
3. Emspak to William Sentner, September 16, 1948
4. Emspak to Sentner, September 17, 1948
Folder 177 Local 822 Bear Manufacturing Strike, May 29 - July 30, 1952
1. Don Harris to Julius Emspak, May 29, 1952
2. Emspak to Harris, July 1, 1952
3. Harris to Emspak, July 2, 1952
4. James Matles to Dave Ratner, July 29, 1952
5. Memo, July 30, 1952
Folder 178 Local 822 Finances and Subsidy, May 4 - October 4, 1955
1. Robert Logsdon to James Matles, May 4, 1955
2. Matles to Janet, May 6, 1955
3. Logsdon to Matles, May 25, 1955
4. Logsdon to Matles, June 15, 1955
5. Logsdon to Matles, October 4, 1955
Folder 179 Local 822 Correspondence, Rex Wheelock to UE Regarding Staff Finances, January 6, 1950

Section: Local 823

Folder 180 Local 823 Officers Lists, January 11, 1950 - January 19, 1955
Folder 181 Local 823 Incoming Correspondence, January 11 - March 20, 1950
1. Julius Emspak to Lucinda Kramer Regarding Organization, January 11, 1950
2. Emspak to Kramer Regarding Dues and Charter, January 24, 1950
3. Emspak to Mary Testroet Regarding Bonding, March 20, 1950
Folder 182 Local 823 Outgoing Correspondence, December 19, 1949 - March 16, 1950
1. Lucinda Kramer to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, December 19, 1949
2. Kramer to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 19, 1950
3. Kramer to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Belmont Radio and Charles City Manufacturing, February 2, 1950
4. Mary Testroet to Fitzgerald Regarding Charles City Manufacturing Negotiations, January 17, 1950
5. Testroet to Emspak Regarding Bonding, March 16, 1950
Folder 183 Local 823 Charter Supplies, November 1, 1949 - January 11, 1950
Folder 184 Local 823 UE Charter, December 29, 1949 - March 2, 1950
1. Charles Hobbie to Robert Logsdon, December 29, 1949
2. Julius Emspak to Hobbie, January 4, 1950
3. Hobbie to Emspak, January 5, 1950
4. Emspak to Hobbie, January 11, 1950
5. Emspak to Logsden, January 11, 1950
6. Emspak to Hobbie, January 24, 1950
7. Emspak to Hobbie, February 2, 1950
8. Hobbie to Emspak, February 3, 1950
9. Emspak to Hobbie, February 20, 1950
10. Hobbie to Emspak, March 1, 1950
11. Emspak to Hobbie, March 2, 1950
Folder 185 Local 823 Charles City Manufacturing Negotiation, January 17 - 19, 1950
1. Albert Fitzgerald to Charles Hobbie, January 17, 1950
2. Hobbie to Fitzgerald, January 19, 1950

Section: Local 824

Folder 186 Local 824 Officers Lists, November 28, 1951 - June 11, 1952
Folder 187 Local 824 Charter Application, January 30, 1951
Folder 188 Local 824 Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Ann Wasoba Regarding Organization, January 30, 1951
Folder 189 Local 824 Organization, December 22, 1950 - January 30, 1951
1. John Watkins to Julius Emspak, December 22, 1950
2. Emspak to Watkins, December 26, 1950
3. Emspak to Watkins, January 12, 1951
4. Watkins to Emspak, January 16, 1951
5. Emspak to Watkins, January 30, 1951
6. Emspak to Don Harris, January 30, 1951
7. Charter, January 30, 1951
Folder 190 Local 824 Disbanding, November 11 - 15, 1954
1. Don Harris to Julius Emspak, November 11, 1954
2. Emspak to Harris, November 15, 1954

Section: Local 825

Folder 191 Local 825 Constitution, September 10, 1944 - October 6, 1945
Folder 192 Local 825 Officers Minutes, August 1, 1945
Folder 193 Local 825 Officers Resolutions, 1946
Folder 194 Local 825 Officers Lists, Novebmer 1943 - March 26, 1945
Folder 195 Local 825 Membership Minutes, September 21, 1945
Folder 196-197 Local 825 Membership Minutes, October 26, 1945
Folder 198 Local 825 Membership Resolutions, February 1944 - February 27, 1946
1. Veterans and Unemployment, February 1944
2. Political Action and Reconversion, 1945
3. Factionalism and Charter Suspension, February 27, 1946
Folder 199 Local 825 Incoming Correspondence, October 18, 1943 - April 26, 1946
1. Clarence Bingaman to Orville Munzer Regarding Disbanding, April 11, 1946
2. Neil Brant to Otto Maschoff Regarding General Motors Plant Takeover, July 6, 1944
3. Bernanrd Dickman to Bingaman Regarding Finances, July 21, 1947
4. Julius Emspak to Maschoff Regarding Officers, October 18, 1943
5. Emspak to Maschoff Regarding Finances, November 1, 1943
6. Emspak to Maschoff Regarding Bonding, December 22, 1943
7. Emspak to Maschoff Regarding General Motors Plant Takeover, June 30, 1944
8. Emspak to Philip Jones Regarding Finances, November 13, 1944
9. Emspak to J.W. McConnell Regarding Dues and Veterans, February 1, 1945
10. Emspak to C.E. Schmick Regarding Constitution, March 27, 1945
11. Emspak to Schmick Regarding Finances, Dues and Check-off, April 26, 1945
12. Emspak to Financial Secretaries Regarding Unemployment, August 20, 1945
13. Emspak to Victor Koch Regarding Bonding UE News, August 22, 1945
14. Emspak to McConnell Regarding UE Convention, November 20, 1945
15. Emspak to McConnell Regarding Factionalism, December 14, 1945
16. Emspak to Munzer Regarding Finances and Employment, January 8, 1946
17. Emspak to Munzer Regarding Disbanding, January 25, 1946
18. Emspak to Local 825 Regarding Disbanding, April 26, 1946
19. Albert Fitzgerald to All Locals Regarding Unemployment, August 22, 1945
20. Fitzgerald to McConnell Regarding Factionalism, December 24, 1945
Folder 200 Local 825 Incoming Correspondence, March 8, 1943 - March 11, 1946
1. Robert Logsdon to Victor Koch Regarding Factionalism, October 1, 1945
2. James Matles to Otto Maschoff Regarding Organization, March 8, 1943
3. Matles to Maschoff Regarding Finances, May 27, 1943
4. Matles to Maschoff Regarding Organization, June 1, 1943
5. Matles to Maschoff Regarding Organization and Finances, June 28, 1943
6. Richard Roy to Orville Munzer Regarding Organization, March 11, 1946
7. William Sentner to Local 825 Executive Board Regarding African Americans, December 18, 1944
8. Sentner to McConnell Regarding Severance Pay, August 9, 1945
Folder 201 Local 825 Outgoing Correspondence, December 26, 1944 - March 28, 1946
1. Victor Koch to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, August 11, 1945
2. Koch to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, August 29, 1945
3. Koch to Emspak Regarding Dues and Unemployment with Membership Card and Koch Letters to Members, October 22, 1945
4. Koch to General Executive Board Regarding Officers Dues, March 1, 1946
5. Koch to James Matles Regarding Dues and Staff Members, March 28, 1946
6. J.W. McConnell to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployment with December 22, 1944, McConnell Letter to William Sentner, December 26, 1944
7. McConnell to Sentner Regarding Severance Pay, August 3, 1945
8. McConnell to John Sullivan Regarding Severance Pay and Unemployment, August 8, 1945
9. McConnell to Sentner Regarding Factionalism, October 23, 1945
10. McConnell to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, October 25, 1945
11. McConnell to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 7, 1945
12. McConnell to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, November 8, 1945
Folder 202 Local 825 Outgoing Correspondence, October 18, 1943 - December 17, 1945
1. J.W. McConnell to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, December 17, 1945
2. McConnell to Emspak Regarding Officers Dues and Veterans, December 27, 1945
3. McConnell to Members Regarding Dues and Unemployment, 1945
4. Otto Maschoff to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 26, 1943
5. Maschoff to James Matles Regarding Organization and Finances with Budget, February 23, 1943
6. Maschoff to Matles Regarding Employment and Organization, May 22, 1943
7. Maschoff to Matles Regarding Finances, Organization and African Americans, May 29, 1943
8. Maschoff to Matles Regarding Finances and Organization, June 18, 1943
9. Matles to Maschoff Regarding Newspaper, June 19, 1943
10. Maschoff to Matles Regarding Finances, October 18, 1943
11. Maschoff to Emspak Regarding Bonding, December 16, 1943
Folder 203 Local 825 Outgoing Correspondence, February 9, 1944 - January 31, 1946
1. Otto Maschoff to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 9, 1944
2. Maschoff to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 19, 1944
3. Maschoff to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Prisoners with March 6, 1944, Resolution, March 9, 1944
4. Maschoff to Emspak Regarding Constitution, May 20, 1944
5. Maschoff to Emspak Regarding General Motors Plant Takeover, June 20, 1944
6. Maschoff to Howe Regarding General Motors Plant Takeover with July 4, 1944, Maschoff Letter to Emspak, July 3, 1944
7. Maschoff to Sidney Hillman Regarding Political Action Committee, November 1944
8. Maschoff to District Appeals Committee Regarding Factionalism, August 17, 1945
9. Maschoff to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, April 3, 1946
10. Orville Munzer to Emspak Regarding Employment, January 11, 1946
11. Munzer to Fitzgerald Regarding UE Officers, January 14, 1946
12. Munzer to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, January 14, 1946
13. Munzer to Emspak Regarding Officers, January 26, 1946
14. Munzer to Fitzgerald Regarding Officers, January 31, 1946
15. Munzer to Emspak Regarding Suspension, January 31, 1946
16. Munzer to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 31, 1946
Folder 204 Local 825 Outgoing Correspondence, February 9, 1946 - January 12, 1946
1. Orville Munzer to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, February 9, 1946
2. Munzer to Clarence Bingaman Regarding Factionalism with February 9, 1946, Munzer Letter to Fitzgerald, Febrary 16, 1946
3. Munzer to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, March 1, 1946
4. Munzer to General Executive Board Regarding Factionalism, March 1, 1946
5. Munzer to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism with Munzer and Victor Koch Letters to the General Executive Board, March 1, 1946
6. Munzer to Sir Regarding Factionalism and Suspension, March 6, 1946
7. Munzer to Fitzgerald Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 825 and 1102, March 6, 1946
8. Munzer to Fitzgerald Regarding General Executive Board and Factionalism, April 1, 1946
9. Munzer to Emspak Regarding Address Change, April 9, 1946
10. Lee Robinson to UE Regarding Factionalism and Officers, December 28, 1945
11. Robinson to UE Regarding African Americans and Factionalism, December 28, 1945
12. C.E. Schmick to Emspak Regarding Officers, March 23, 1945
13. Schmick to Emspak Regarding Finances, Dues and Check-off, April 13, 1945
14. H.S. Smith to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, January 12, 1946
Folder 205 Local 825 Outgoing Correspondence, December 4, 1945 - April 1, 1946
1. Louis Wagner to Julius Emspak Regarding Amalgamation, April 1, 1946
2. Archie Wayne to Emspak Regarding UE Officers, December 4, 1945
3. Local 825 to David Rosstin Company Regarding Bonding, March 21, 1946
4. Unsigned to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Unemployment and Suspension, January 30, 1946
Folder 206 Local 825 Bonding Questionairre and Form, May 5 - 14, 1942
Folder 207 Local 825 Per Capita Forms, February 9 - March 19, 1946
Folder 208 Local 825 Per Capita Summaries, November 1945 - February 1946
Folder 209 Local 825 Financial Reports, July - October 1945

Box 5
Folder 1 Local 825 Audit, Novmeber 30, 1945
Folder 2-3 Local 825 Audit, April 5, 1946
Folder 4 Local 825 Audit, August 6, 1946
Folder 5 Local 825 Storage Receipt and Final Statement, July 28, 1947 - May 1948
Folder 6 Local 825 Small Arms Union News, February 12, 1942 - August 8, 1945
Folder 7 Local 825 Small Arms Union News, September 7, 1945 - January 21, 1946
Folder 8 Local 825 Pamphlets, 1942 - October 1945
1. We Think So Regarding Women, Day Care and Wages, 1942
2. It Has Been Brought to My Attention Regarding Unemployment, August 1945
3. In Your Letter Regarding Factionalism, 1945
Folder 9 Local 825 Leaflets, August - October 23, 1945
1. "Your Form Letter" Regarding Unemployment, August 1945
2. "It Has Been Brought to My Attention", August 1945
3. "Membership Meeting", September 1945
4. "This Is to Inform You" Regarding Factionalism, September 1945
5. "This Acknowledges Your Letter" Regarding Factionalism with Dues Stubs, October 5, 1945
6. "In Your Letter" Regarding Factionalism, October 23, 1945
7. "Membership Meeting", October 1945
9. "In the Case of Lee Robinson" Regarding Factionalism and the UE Convention, 1945
10. "Our Records" Regarding Dues and Unemployment, Undated
11. "We Urge You" Regarding Unemployment, Undated
12. Authorization Card, Undated
13. Matt Reynolds to Western Cartridge Employees, Undated
14. J. McConnell to Members Regarding Unemployment, Undated
Folder 10 Local 825 Newspaper Clippings, "Workers Oppose More Negros at Ordinance Plant," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 18, 1944
Folder 11 Local 825 Organization, January 26, 1942 - May 4, 1943
1. Charter Application, January 26, 1942
2. Otto Maschoff to Julius Emspak, January 26, 1942
3. Report, March 24, 1942
4. Neil Brant to William Sentner, April 21, 1942
5. Report and Recommendations of Mediation Panel, April 21, 1942
6. Brant to Sentner with Motion, April 21, 1942
7. Sentner to James Matles, July 6, 1942
8. Russ Nixon to Sentner, August 27, 1942
9. David Scribner to Robert Logsdon, October 15, 1942
10. U.S. Cartridge Notice, November 18, 1942
11. Sentner to Emspak, January 22, 1943
12. Emspak to Sentner, February 4, 1943
13. Sentner to Emspak, February 8, 1943
14. Matles to Sentner, May 4, 1943
Folder 12 Local 825 Actors Equity and Race, February 1944
1. Victor Oasche to Julius Emspak, February 5, 1944
2. Normal Gould to Alfred Harding, February 7, 1944
Folder 13 Local 825 Labor Shortage, December 1944
1. William Sentner Memo and Man Power Requirements, December 13, 1944
2. Sentner to Seth Wiard, December 18, 1944
3. Sentner to Raymond Sullivan, December 18, 1944
4. J.W. McConnell Statement with Executive Board Proposal and Union Recruitment Proposal, December 29, 1944
Folder 14 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, August 1945
1. Resolution Regarding African Americans and Discrimination, 1949
2. Robert Logsdon to William Sentner, August 8, 1945
3. John Sullivan to Harry Truman, August 11, 1945
4. Sullivan to John Snyder, August 11, 1945
5. Proposal to Membership Meeting with Memo, August 12, 1945
6. Otto Maschoff to District 8 Appeal Committee, August 17, 1945
7. Answer to Maschoff Changes, August 17, 1945
8. Conclusions and Rulings, August 19, 1945
9. Appeals Committee Brief, August 19, 1945
10-11. Affidavit, August 21, 1945
Folder 15 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, August 27 - Septebmer 21, 1945
1. Paul Forrester to Victor Koch, August 27, 1945
2. J.W. McConnell to All Stewards, August 1945
3. Affidavit, August 1945
4. McConnell Statement, August 1945
5. Proposal for Membership Meeting, August 1945
6 . Affidavit, August 1945
7. Affidavit, 1945
8. Robert Logsdon to William Sentner, September 11, 1945
9. Mathilda Doerr to McConnell with Withdrawel Card, September 17, 1945
10. Otto Maschoff to Koch, September 18, 1945
11. Sentner to Clara Hall, September 20, 1945
12. H.P. Miller to Sentner, September 21, 1945
Folder 16 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, September 24 - November 14, 1945
1. Dropped UE News Names, September 24, 1945
2. Clara Hall to William Sentner with Lists, September 24, 1945
3. Affidavit, October 11, 1945
4. Haw to J.W. McConnell, October 11, 1945
5. Findings of Trial Committee, October 16, 1945
6. McConnell to Local 825 Trial Committee, October 19, 1945
7. McConnell to Local 825 Trial Committee, October 1945
8. Robert Logsdon to Local 825 Trial Commitee with Brief and Article Reprint, November 14, 1945
Folder 17 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, November 30 - December 18, 1945
1. Trial Committee Recommendation, November 30, 1945
2. Otto Maschoff to Albert Fitzgerald with Petitions, Undated
3. General Executive Board Meeting Minutes, December 6, 1945
4. Ernest DeMaio to Julius Emspak, December 17, 1945
5. William Sentner to Emspak, December 17, 1945
6. DeMaio to Emspak, December 18, 1945
Folder 18 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, December 27, 1945 -January 29, 1946
1. C.E. Schmidt Statement, December 27, 1945
2. Corrine Roberts Statement, December 27, 1945
3. Betty Raab Statement, December 27, 1945
4. Harvey Lang Statement, December 28, 1945
5. Paul Forrester Statement, December 28, 1945
6. J.W. McConnell Statement, December 1945
7. Local 825 Committee Report General Executive Board, January 4, 1946
8. Robert Logsdon to David Ratner, January 7, 1946
9. Logsdon Appeal Decision, January 11, 1946
10. Logsdon to Julius Emspak, January 29, 1946
11. Appeals Committee Decision Regarding Maschoff et. al. v Local 825, January 1946
Folder 19 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, February 4 - April 10, 1946
1. Julius Emspak to Robert Logsdon, February 4, 1946
2. Logsdon to Emspak, February 13, 1946
3. William Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald, March 11, 1946
4. Allan Haywood to Emspak, March 12, 1946
5. Resolution District 8 Council, March 30, 1946
6. Logsdon to Albert Fitzgerald, April 3, 1946
7. General Executive Board Minutes Excerpts, April 4, 1946
8. Clarence Bingaman to Keeney-Toelle Real Estate, April 10, 1946
Folder 20 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, April 15, 1946 - August 29, 1947
1. Julius Emspak vs. Orville Munzer Brief, April 15, 1946
2. Clarence Bingaman to Emspak, April 15, 1946
3. Morris Levin to Emspak, April 18, 1946
4. Emspak to Otto Maschoff, July 1, 1946
5. General Executive Board Excerpt, December 6, 1946
6. William Sentner to Emspak, December 9, 1946
7. General Executive Board Recommendation, 1946
8. Bingaman to Emspak, July 29, 1947
9. Emspak to Bingaman August 13, 1947
10. Bingaman to Emspak, August 18, 1947
11. Bingaman to Emspak, August 27, 1947
12. Property Stipulation, August 27, 1947
13. Sentner to Emspak, August 29, 1947
Folder 21 Local 825 Plant Closure and Factionalism, September 3 - November 14, 1947
1. Julius Emspak to William Sentner, September 3, 1947
2. Sentner to Emspak, September 8, 1947
3. Morris Levin to Clarence Bingaman, September 13, 1947
4. Sentner to Emspak, November 14, 1947
Folder 22 Local 825 Correspondence, March 1944 - August 30, 1950
1. William Sentner Memo Regarding Reconversion, March 1944
2. War Production Board Union Brief, March 14, 1944
3. Julius Emspak to Robert Logsdon Regarding Per Capita, May 2, 1944
4. Emspak to Albert Olsen Regarding Bonding, August 22, 1945
5. Memo Regarding Factionalism and Inter-union Rivalry with IUE, August 30, 1950

Section: Local 826

Folder 23 Local 826 Correspondence, John Schulze to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, February 20, 1950
Folder 24 Local 826 Seeger Shop Bulletin, December 13, 1951 - May 14, 1952
Folder 25 Local 826 Leaflets, February 28 - March 13, 1952
1. "The Quarter-Million Dollar Deal" Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, undated
2. Elmer Ralph Leaflet to Department 25 Employees Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, February 28, 1952
3. Fact Sheet Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, March 13, 1952
4. "An Open Letter to All Seeger Workers", 1952
Folder 26 Local 826 Newspaper Clipping, "Seeger Workers to Vote June 10 on Union Choice," 1952
Folder 27 Local 826 IUE Inter-union Rivalry, Decmeber 13 - 19, 1949
1. James Payne to Julius Emspak, December 13, 1949
2. Emspak to Payne, December 19, 1949

Section: Local 1002

Folder 28 Local 1002 Incoming Correspondence, February 11 - June 25, 1941
1. Louis Ruthenberg to Delmar Brantley Regarding Organization, February 11, 1941
2. Ruthenberg to All Servel Employees Regarding Wages and Organization, February 12, 1941
3. Ruthenberg to Servelian Regarding Productivity and Overtime Wages, June 25, 1941
Folder 29 Local 1002 Outgoing Correspondence, Delmar Brantley to Louis Ruthenberg Regarding Wages, February 9, 1941
Folder 30 Local 1002 Election Results with February 16, 1941, Memo, February 17, 1941

Section: Local 1102

Folder 31 Local 1102 Officers Lists, Arpil 26, 1944 - April 12, 1948
Folder 32 Local 1102 Officer Resolution, James Rice Regarding Expulsion, August 1940
Folder 33 Local 1102 Membership Resolutions, 1937 - 1948
1. St. Louis Organization, February 26, 1937
2. Factionalism and District 8, October 3, 1937
3. P. May to Julius Emspak, October 26, 1937
4. Negotiations, August 7, 1939
5. Dues and Supplies, October 1941
6. Factionalism and Labor Management Committees, June 15, 1945
7. Factionalism and District 8, April 26, 1946
8. Congress of Industrial Organizations, Factionalism and Southern Organization, February 21, 1947
9. Political Action Factionalism, 1948
10. Political Action, 1948
11. Marshall Plan, 1948
12. CIO and Factionalism, 1948
Folder 34 Local 1102 Membership Resolutions, undated
1. Foreign Policy Regarding Greece, undated
2. Foreign Policy Regarding Germany, undated
3. Philip Murray Regarding Factionalism, Undated
4. Foreign Policy and Congress of Industrial Organizations, Undated
5. CIO and Southern Organization, Undated
6. Taft-Hartley Act and Non-Communist Affidavits, Undated
7. CIO Council and Factionalism, Undated
Folder 35 Local 1102 Charles Anderson Incoming Correspondence, February 9, 1939 - March 29, 1940
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Bonding, February 9, 1939
2. Emspak Regarding Measured Daywork and Women, June 7, 1940
3. Emspak Regarding Local 1108 Century Strike, August 9, 1940
4. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 21, 1941
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 23, 1941
6. Emspak Regarding Strike Fund and Finances, February 7, 1941
7. Emspak Regarding Dues, October 31, 1941
8. Emspak Regarding Mailing List with List, December 17, 1941
9. Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, February 9, 1942
10. Emspak Regarding Production Council, March 11, 1942
11. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 11, 1943
12. Emspak Regarding Per Capita, March 30, 1943
13. Emspak Regarding UE Convention, September 10, 1943
14. Emspak Regarding Teamsters Postal Case, October 19, 1943
15. Emspak Regarding Ernest Fox Case, March 15, 1944
16. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, June 4, 1946
17. James Matles Regarding Contracts, March 26, 1940
18. Matles Regarding Contracts and Machine Shops, March 29, 1940
Folder 36 Local 1102 Charles Anderson Outgoing Correspondence, January 26, 1939 - September 8, 1943
1. Anderson to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 26, 1939
2. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Finances and Wages with Wage Rates, April 11, 1939
3. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Finances, Dues and Check-off, May 15, 1939
4. Anderson to Emspak Regarding King Colonial Contracts, July 17, 1939
5. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Mailing List and Supplies, September 18, 1939
6. Anderson to James Matles Regarding Tool and Die Contracts, March 19, 1940
7. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Women and Incentive Pay with Wage List, May 28, 1940
8. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Local 1108 Strike, August 6, 1940
9. Anderson to UE Regarding James Rice Expulsion, August 12, 1940
10. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Annual Dance and UE News, November 2, 1940
11. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 1106, December 29, 1940
12. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 20, 1941
13. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Dues, October 23, 1941
14. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strike, February 4, 1942
15. Anderson to Emspak Regarding War Production Council, March 3, 1942
16. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Supplies with Withdrawal Card, June 8, 1942
17. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Constitution, January 13, 1943
18. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, March 24, 1943
19. Anderson to Emspak Regarding UE Convention, September 8, 1943
20. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Kelly Postal Case, September 8, 1943
Folder 37 Local 1102 Charles Anderson Outgoing Correspondence, February 7 - March 13, 1944
1. Anderson to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, February 7, 1944
2. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Ernest Fox Case, March 13, 1944
3. Anderson to Emspak Regarding Century Strike, Undated
Folder 38 Local 1102 Robert Manewitz Incoming Correspondence, August 30, 1936 - May 18, 1937
1. James Carey Regarding Organization and UE Convention, August 20, 1936
2. Carey Regarding Organization, October 31, 1936
3. Carey Regarding Organization, December 1, 1936
4. Carey Regarding Organization and Staff Members, January 6, 1937
5. Carey Regarding Organization and Staff Members, January 16, 1937
6. Carey Regarding Strikes, May 18, 1937
7. Julius Emspak Regarding Organization and UE Convention, August 11, 1936
8. Emspak Regarding Organization and Wages, September 1, 1936
9. Emspak Regarding UE Convention, September 14, 1936
10. Emspak Regarding Organization and Supplies, September 28, 1936
11. Emspak Regarding Organization, October 20, 1936
12. Emspak Regarding Supplies, Organization, Company Union and Staff Members, November 6, 1936
13. Emspak Regarding Supplies and Organization, December 2, 1936
14. Emspak Regarding Finances, Organization and American Youth Act, December 12, 1936
15. Emspak Regarding Supplies and Organization, December 19, 1936
16. Emspak Regarding Organization and Unemployment, December 30, 1936
Folder 39 Local 1102 Robert Manewitz Incoming Correspondence, December 12, 1936 - September 10, 1937
1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, People Press and Organization, January 6, 1937
2. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, Per Capita, Organization and Unemployment, January 27, 1937
3. Emspak Regarding Organization, Unemployment and Company Union, February 18, 1937
4. Emspak Regarding Contracts, Wages and Company Union, February 25, 1937
5. Emspak Regarding Organization, May 8, 1937
6. Emspak Regarding Mailing List and Strike, June 30, 1937
7. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 10, 1937
8. Executive Secretary Regarding Mailing List, December 12, 1936
9. Executive Secretary Regarding Per Capita and Mailing List, March 8, 1937
10. Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies, April 9, 1937
11. Executive Secretary Regarding Supplies with Bill, April 9, 1937
Folder 40 Local 1102 Robert Manewitz Outgoing Correspondence, August 7, 1936 - February 22, 1937
1. Manewitz to James Carey Regarding Organization and Unemployment, August 7, 1936
2. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Organization, UE Convention, Company Union and Dues, August 14, 1936
3. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Officers, Organization and UE Convention, August 30, 1936
4. Manewitz to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, Per Capita and Organization, September 25, 1936
5. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Finances, Organization, Women and Company Union, November 4, 1936
6. Manewitz to UE Regarding People's Press, Organization, St. Louis and Staff Members, November 29, 1936
7. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Organization, St. Louis and Staff Members, December 6, 1936
8. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Finances, Organization and Staff Members, December 14, 1936
9. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Organization, Company Union, International Association of Machinists and Wages, December 26, 1936
10. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Staff Members, January 4, 1937
11. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, People's Press and Organization, January 11, 1937
12. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Staff Members, Organization and Per Capita, January 23, 1937
13. Manewitz to Carey Regarding Organization, Staff Members and Company Union, February 13, 1937
14. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Organization, Supplies and Wages, February 22, 1937
Folder 41 Local 1102 Robert Manewitz Outgoing Correspondence, March 8 - June 24, 1937
1. Manewitz to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 8, 1937
2. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 11, 1937
3. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 17, 1937
4. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 6, 1937
5. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, April 8, 1937
6. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Strikes, May 17, 1937
7. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 3, 1937
8. Manewitz to Emspak Regarding Finances, Organization and Officers, June 24, 1937
Folder 42 Local 1102 Incoming Correspondence, October 1937 - September 5, 1947
1. W. Cuthbert to Local 1102 Regarding Factionalism, July 21, 1947
2. Cuthbert to Richard Roy Regarding Factionalism, September 5, 1947
3. Ernest DeMaio to Roy Regarding Negotiations, June 1, 1948
4. DeMaio to Roy Regarding Factionalism and Negotiations, June 9, 1948
5. DeMaio to William Drohan Regarding Factionlism, October 11, 1949
6. Julius Emspak to Clara Warren Regarding Organization, September 14, 1936
7. Emspak to Joseph Newman Regarding Organization and Unfair Labor Practices, December 30, 1936
8. Emspak to John Steffanow Regarding Organization and Century, Decembe 30, 1936
9. Emspak to Arthur Meloan Regarding Organization and Staff Members, January 7,1937
10. Emspak to Peter May Regarding Organization and Staff Members, August 19, 1937
11. Emspak to May Regarding Supplies, September 14, 1937
12. Emspak to May Regarding Mailing List, October 28, 1937
13. Emspak to May Regarding Per Capita and Conrgess of Industrial Organizations, November 20, 1937
14. Emspak to Louis Kimmel Regarding Shop Stewards, April 16, 1938
15. Emspak to May Regarding Publicity, October 24, 1938
16. Emspak to May Regarding Constitution, October 24, 1938
17. Emspak to L. Hufty Regarding Transfers, December 14, 1938
18. Emspak to Local 1102 Regarding Dues, October 19, 1939
19. Emspak to E.J. Stuebinger Regarding Factionalism, October 30, 1940
20. Emspak to James Click Regarding African Americans and Discrimination, July 1, 1941
21. Emspak to Click Regarding Overtime, November 27, 1943
22. Emspak to Eustius Bendle Regarding Strikes, May 12, 1944
23. Emspak to Bendle Regarding Factionalism and Receivership, May 16, 1944
24. Emspak to Bendle Regarding Factionalism and Receivership, May 19, 1944
25. Emspak to Bendle Regarding Factionalism, Receivership and Strikes, May 31, 1944
Folder 43 Local 1102 Incoming Correspondence, June 27, 1945 - June 16, 1949
1. Julius Emspak to John Barrett Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 27, 1945
2. Emspak to Barrett Regarding Bonding, July 10, 1945
3. Emspak to Barrett Regarding Finances, September 24, 1945
4. Emspak to Richard Roy Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1102 and 825, March 25, 1946
5. Emspak to William Drohan Regarding Officers, April 23, 1947
6. Emspak to James Click Regaridng Factionalism and UE Convention, April 10, 1947
7. Emspak to Roy Regarding Supplies, July 30, 1947
8. Emspak to Roy Regarding Factionalism and Kimmel Expulsion, August 13, 1947
9. Emspak to Click Regarding Factionalism and Kimmel Expulsion, January 7, 1948
10. Emspak to John Burns Regarding General Executive Board, April 2, 1948
11. Emspak to Drohan Regarding Factionalism and Sentner Expulsion, December 28, 1948
12. Emspak to Roy Regarding Singer Strike, June 24, 1949
13. Emspak to Drohan Regarding Factionalism and Sentner Expulsion, August 16, 1949
14. Emspak to Drohan Regarding Factionalism, September 27, 1949
15. Albert Fitzgerald to D.J. Kassch Regarding St. Louis Rally, November 11, 1943
16. Fitzgerald to Click Regarding Travel, November 12, 1943
17. Fitzgerald to W.W. Pierce Regarding Factionalism and Pierce Appeal, February 5, 1946
18. Fitzgerald to Louis Wagner Regarding Pierce Appeal, February 5, 1946
19. Fitzgerald to Barrett Regarding Pierce Appeal, February 5, 1946
20. Fitzgerald to Pierce Regarding General Executive Board and Pierce Appeal, February 20, 1946
21. Fitzgerald to Pierce Regarding General Executive Board and Pierce Appeal, February 27, 1946
22. Fitzgerald to Pierce Regarding General Executive Board and Pierce Appeal, May 8, 1946
23. Fitzgerald to Roy Regarding General Executive Board and Anderson Appeal, May 8, 1946
24. Fitzgerald to Pierce Regarding Pierce Appeal, May 2, 1946
25. Fitzgerald to John Burns Regarding Factionalism and Anderson Appeal, June 10, 1946
26. Fitzgerald to Burns Regarding Factionalism and Anderson Appeal, July 1, 1946
27. Fitzgerald to Burns Regarding Membership and Meeting, August 8, 1946
28. Fitzgerald to Pierce Regarding UE Convention and Pierce Appeal, October 7, 1946
29. Fitzgerald to Burns Regarding Dues and Suspension, Apirl 10, 1947
30. Fitzgerald to Burns Regarding General Executive Board, March 4, 1947
31. Fitzgerald to Burns Regarding General Executive Board, November 17, 1947
32. Fitzgerald to Roy Regarding Factionalism, April 22, 1948
33. Fitzgerald to Click Regarding General Electric and Westinghouse Negotiations, June 16, 1949
Folder 44 Local 1102 Incoming Correspondence, October 26, 1937 - January 30, 1946
1. Ray Klausner to James Click Regarding Fitzgerald Visit, November 15, 1943
2. Klausner to D.J. Karsch Regarding Click Visit, December 4, 1944
3. James Matles to Peter May Regarding Finances and Headquarters, January 27y, 1938
4. Matles to Eustius Brendle Regarding Runaway Shops, March 5, 1940
5. Matles to John Burns Regarding Staff Members, December 20, 1946
6. William Mitchell to May Regarding Emerson Lawsuit, May 25, 1938
7. William Sentner to All Local Secretaries Regarding Motor Conference with Questionairre, March 1, 1940
8. Sentner to Brendle Regarding War Manpower Commission, December 30, 1942
9. Sentner to Click, November 12, 1943
10. Stuart Symington to Brendle Regarding Runaway Shops, March 1, 1940
11. A.N. Towson to Click Regarding Wages, March 22, 1944
12. Towson to Click Regarding Wages, April 4, 1944
13. Louis Wagner to Local 1102 Executive Board Regarding Factionalism, January 30, 1946
14. District President to District Board Members Regarding District Executive Board Meeting, October 26, 1937
Folder 45 Local 1102 Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1946
1. John Barrett to Julius Emspak Regarding Officers and Finances, May 12, 1945
2. Barrett to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, May 19, 1945
3. Barrett to Emspak Regarding Dues and Veterans, June 20, 1945
4. Barrett to Emspak Regarding Bonding, July 9, 1945
5. Barrett to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 27, 1945
6. Barrett to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, September 7, 1945
7. Barrett to Robert Logsdon Regarding Per Capita and Finances, October 22, 1945
8. Eustius Brendle to William Sentner Regarding Strikes, December 9, 1939
9. Brendle to James Byrnes Regarding Overtime, May 3, 1943
10. Brendle to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 22, 1944
11. Brendle to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strike, May 12, 1944
12. Brendle to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes and Receivership, May 15, 1944
13. Brendle to Sentner Regarding Factionalism, January 2, 1946
Folder 46 Local 1102 Outgoing Correspondence, January 24, 1946 - October 1, 1949
1. John Burns to Charles Anderson Regarding Anderson Suspension, January 24, 1946
2. Burns to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Anderson Suspension, June 6, 1946
3. Burns to Fitzgerald Regarding Local Review, July 19, 1946
4. Burns to William Sentner Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, December 13, 1946
5. Burns to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism with February 17, 1947, Matles Letter to Sentner, February 3, 1947
6. Burns to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Pierce Suspension, October 29, 1947
7. Burns to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, January 20, 1948
8. Burns to General Executive Board Regarding Factionalism and Polictial Action, April 23, 1948
9. Burns to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, April 23, 1948
10. Burns to Fitzgerald Regarding Navy Factionalism, September 20, 1948
11. Burns to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Sentner Suspension, September 20, 1948
12. Burns to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Sentner Suspension, September 8, 1949
13. Burns to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Sentner Suspension, October 1, 1949
Folder 47 Local 1102 Outgoing Correspondence, June 30, 1941 - December 10, 1948
1. James Click to Julius Emspak Regarding African Americans and Strikes, June 30, 1941
2. Click to Emspak, July 1, 1941
3. Click to Emspak Regarding Dues and Check-off, March 1, 1943
4. Click to James Matles Regarding Pittsburgh Meeting, June 21, 1943
5. Click to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding New York Visit, Novmeber 13, 1943
6. Click to Emspak Regarding Overtime, November 27, 1943
7. Click to August Townsend Regarding Wages, March 17, 1944
8. Click to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Receivership, May 17, 1944
9. Click to Emspak Regarding Address, November 28, 1944
10. Click to Ray Klausner Regarding Factionalism, January 29, 1946
11. Click to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, February 9, 1948
12. Click to William Sentner Regarding Factionalism and Sentner Suspension, December 10, 1948
13. Click to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations, June 14, 1949
14. R.H. Glasser to Emspak Regarding Officers, November 22, 1937
15. Mrs. Heffernan to James Carey Regarding Strikes, November 22, 1940
16. Alene Jones to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 6, 1937
17. Jones to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 18, 1937
18. D. Karsch to Publicity Department Regarding Publicity, March 4, 1943
19. Karsch to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Management, November 10, 1943
20. Karsch to Emspak Regarding Labor Mangement Commiteee, November 12, 1943
21. Karsch to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 11, 1944
22. Karsch to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, May 20, 1944
23. Karsch to Klausner Regarding Click Trip, November 30, 1944
24. Karsch to Sentner Regarding Finances, December 26, 1944
Folder 48 Local 1102 Outgoing Correspondence, April 5, 1938 - August 23, 1939
1. Louis Kimmell to Julius Emspak Regarding Stewards, April 5, 1938
2. James Liddle to William Sentner Regarding Factionalism, August 23, 1939
3. Otto Maschoff to Emspak Regarding Strikes, December 10, 1939
4. Peter May to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, June 25, 1937
5. May to Emspak Regarding Dues, July 22, 1937
6. May to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 22, 1937
7. May to K. Ellsworth Regarding People's Press, August 10, 1937
8. May to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 7, 1937
9. May to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, September 10, 1937
10. May to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, September 27, 1937
11. May to Emspak Regarding St. Louis Locals Meeting, October 29, 1937
12. May to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, November 3, 1937
13. May to Emspak Regarding Per Capita and Dues, November 16, 1937
14. May to Emspak Regarding Dues, November 24, 1937
15. May to James Matles Regarding Finances and District 8, January 21, 1938
16. May to Matles Regarding Finances and District 8 Headquarters, January 21, 1938
17. May to William Mitchell Regarding Lawsuit, May 14, 1938
18. May to Emspak Regarding People's Press and Unemployment, June 22, 1938
19. Arthur Meloan to Emspak Regarding Organization, Undated
Folder 49 Local 1102 Outgoing Correspondence, January 16, 1946 - June 20, 1949
1. W.W. Pierce to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Pierce Appeal, January 16, 1946
2. Pierce to Fitzgerald Regarding Pierce Appeal, January 31, 1946
3. Pierce to General Executive Board Regarding Pierce Appeal and Factionalism, February 13, 1946
4. Pierce to Fitzgerald Regarding Pierce Appeal and Factionalism, Febraury 23, 1946
5. Pierce to Fitzgerald Regarding Pierce Appeal, May 20, 1946
6. Pierce to Julius Emspak Regarding Pierce Appeal and Factionalism, July 10, 1946
7. Pierce to UE Convention Regarding Pierce Appeal and Factionalism, August 1, 1946
8. Pierce to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, August 14, 1946
9. Pierce to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Pierce Appeal, August 15, 1946
10. Pierce to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, August 17, 1946
11. Pierce to Arthur Hepner Regarding Factionalism, August 19, 1946
12. Pierce to Fitzgerald Regarding Pierce Appeal, August 21, 1946
13. Richard Roy to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, February 22, 1946
14. Roy to General Executive Board Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 825 and 1102, March 21, 1946
15. Roy to Charles Anderson Regarding Anderson Appeal, May 1, 1946
16. Roy to Fitzgerald Regarding Anderson Appeal, May 1, 1946
17-18. Roy to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 9, 1947
19. Roy to Emspak Regarding Kimmel Suspension and Factionalism, September 10, 1947
20. Roy to Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism, May 17, 1948
21. Roy to Emspak Regarding Sentner Suspension, January 14, 1949
22. Roy to Emspak Regarding Singer Strike and Factionalism, June 20, 1949
Folder 50 Local 1102 Outgoing Correspondence, October 25, 1937 - May 24, 1948
1. E.J. Stuebringer to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, October 18, 1940
2. Joint Strike Commitee to James Carey Regarding Carey Visit, April 14, 1937
3. Financial Secreatary to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, October 25, 1937
4. President to Stuart Symington Regarding Wages, Negotiations and Grievances, July 7, 1939
5. Local 1102 to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Negotiations and Factionalism, May 24, 1948
Folder 51 Local 1102 Salaray and Expense Letters, July 19 - 28, 1937
Folder 52 Local 1102 Suspension and Delinquency Notices, November 1937 - June 1938
Folder 53 Local 1102 Per Capita Reports, September 1937 - June 1938
Folder 54 Local 1102 Financial Secretary Reports, November 1936 - July 1938
Folder 55 Local 1102 Dues Stamps, 1936 - 1939
Folder 56 Local 1102 Union Dues Reports, July 7 - September 29, 1947
Folder 57 Local 1102 Newspaper, Emerson Equalizer, March 13 - March 19, 1937
Folder 58 Local 1102 Newspaper, Shop Bulletin, February 15 - 17, 1938
Folder 59 Local 1102 Newspaper, Local Review, June 1944 - September 1948
Folder 60 Local 1102 Pamphlets, 1940, 1947
1. Advanced Management Regarding Labor Relations, April 11, 1940
2. We Can Win a Wage Increase at Emerson, 1947
Folder 61 Local 1102 Leaflets, 1937 - October 13, 1948
1. William Sentner to District Executive Board Regarding Factionalism, October 20, 1937
2. "Attention Workers Mazda Lamp Plant" Regarding Organization, 1937
3. "Workers in Emerson are on the March" Regarding Organization, 1937
4. "Emerson Employees" Regarding Organization, 1937
5. "Victory for Emerson Strikers" Regarding Local 1104 Organization, 1937
6. Special Meeting Membership, March 1940
7. Local 1106 Amalgamates with Local 1102, 1940
8. Removal Notice, 1942
9. "Fall Rally" Regarding Labor Management Rally, November 1943
10. "As You Know" Regarding Anti-Communism, April 14, 1948
11. "You Stated" Regarding Sentner Expulsion and Factionalism, May 27, 1948
12. "Lay-Offs are Facing Membership" Regarding Factionalism, October 13, 1948
13. Removal Notice, 1949
14. "Communist First" Regarding Factionalism, Officers and District 8, Undated
15. "Who are Labor's Enemies" Regarding Factionalism, Officers and District 8, Undated
Folder 62 Local 1102 Newspaper Clippings, May 6, 1937 - May 23, 1948
1. "CIO Begins Drive to Unionize City's Electrical Workers," May 6, 1937
2. "Organization Drive by Electrical Union," 1937
3. "Negotiations Settles Wage Controversy at Emerson," 1939
4. "Evansville and RFC," St. Louis Star Times, February 24, 1940
5. "Emerson Union has Plan to Keep Company in City," March 2, 1940
6. "Union O-Kays Plan for Employees to Aid Emerson Co.", March 6, 1940
7. "Two Electrical Union Locals to Seek Wage Rise," St. Louis Post, October 19, 1946
8. "Union Heads Raps Attacks of CIO Communist Here," August 15, 1946
9. "Communist Aid Suspended by Electrical Union," August 12, 1947
10. "United Electrical Worker Members to Vote on Plan to Oust Sentner," January 14, 1948
11. "Anti-Red Local Again Defiant of UEW Leaders," January 17, 1948
12. "No Motion Made to Oust Senter" with "Store Union Here Votes to Withdraw from International" Article and William Sentner Letter to James Matles, January 1948
13. "Sentner Ouster Expected to Aid Non-Reds in UE," St. Louis Post, May 23, 1948
Folder 63 Local 1102 Photo Mock Up, Undated
Folder 64 Local 1102 Shark Industry Organization, September 9 - 29, 1937
1. A. Meloan to Local 301, September 9, 1937
2. William Turnbill to James Matles, September 20, 1937
3. Matles to Meloan, September 29, 1937
Folder 65 Local 1102 Defense Job Training, August 22 - 27, 1940
1. F.M. Karches to James Carey with Newspaper Clipping, August 22, 1940
2. Carey to Karches, August 27, 1940
Folder 66 Local 1102 Mailing List, October 18, 1940
1. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, October 18, 1940
2. Emspak to Sentner, October 18, 1940
Folder 67 Local 1102 Evansville Relocation, March 7 - 14, 1940
1. Letter to James Carey with Memo and William Sentner Letter to James Matles, March 7, 1940
2. Proposal to Emerson Electric Manufacturing Company, 1940
3. Matles to W.S. Symington, March 11, 1940
4. Carey to Symington, March 12, 1940
5. Stuart Symington to Matles, March 14, 1940
Folder 68 Local 1102 Symington Book Loan, September 16 - October 16, 1940
1. Stuart Symington to James Carey, September 16, 1940
2. Symington to Carey, September 27, 1940
3. Secretary of Carey to Symington, October 4, 1940
4. Symington to Carey, October 16, 1940
Folder 69 Local 1102 Click Draft Deferment, Septmeber 16, 1941 - January 27, 1942
1. William Symington to Local Draft Board, September 16, 1941
2. James Click to Draft Board Appeals, January 14, 1942
3. Morris Levin to Albert Fitzgerald, January 17, 1942
4. Fitzgerald to Levin, January 27, 1942
5. Eustius Brendle Letter, Undated
Folder 70 Local 1102 Gun Turrent Wages, March 22, 1944
1. A.N. Towsen to Henry Fiering, March 22, 1944
2. Towsen to Joe Marty, March 22, 1944
Folder 71 Local 1102 Per Capita Arrears, October 23 - 24, 1945
1. Robert Logsdon to Julius Emspak, October 23, 1945
2. Logsdon to Emspak, October 24, 1945
Folder 72 Local 1102 Pierce Appeal, April 1945 - September 1946
1. Union Brief, March 1, 1945
2. District Appeals Committee Ruling, April 1945
3. Louis Wagner to James Click, May 10, 1945
4. O.J. Spreitler Statement, February 20, 1946
5. Sam Russo Statement, February 26, 1946
6. J.C. McCreary Statement, February 26, 1946
7. James Meyer Statement, February 26, 1946
8. William Pierce to General Executive Board, March 4, 1946
9-11. Pierce Statement, March 30, 1946
12. Pierce Answer to Brendle Brief, March 1946
13. William Sentner to Ernest DeMaio, June 12, 1946
14. DeMaio to Sentner, June 12, 1946
15. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald, August 15, 1946
16. Pierce Speech, August 16, 1946
17. Appeals Commitee Recommendations, September 1946
18. Convention Proceedings Excerpt, September 9, 1946
19. Appeal Memo, September 1946
20. James McKnight Statement, 1946
21. Joe Stein Minutes, Undated
22. Memo, Undated
23. General Executive Board Excerpt, Undated
Folder 73 Local 1102 Constituion Changes, February 25 - 27, 1946
1. R.J. Bergman to Albert Fitzgerald, February 25, 1946
2. Fitzgerald to Bergman, February 27, 1946
Folder 74 Local 1102 Anderson Suspension, May 27, 1946
1. Charles Anderson to Richard Roy, May 27, 1946
2. Anderson to Albert Fitzgerald, May 27, 1946
Folder 75 Local 1102 Kimmel Suspension, May 23 - August 4, 1947
1. Appeal Committee Findings, May 23, 1947
2. Louis Kimmell to Julius Emspak, August 4, 1947
3. Kimmell to W.K. Cuthbert, September 4, 1947
4. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, October 31, 1947
5. Emspak to John Gojack, October 31, 1947
6. DeMaio to Emspak, November 5, 1947
7. Joseph Pogue to Emspak, December 8, 1947
8. Robert Logsdon to James Click with Newspaper Clippings, January 15, 1948
9. William Sentner to Emspak, January 19, 1948
Folder 76 Local 1102 Factionalism, January 29, 1947 - July 16, 1948
1. Robert Logsdon to All District 8 Unions, January 29, 1947
2. Dottie Aukamp to Jim Click, Februray 12, 1947
3. Memo Regarding Special Local Meeting, April 11, 1947
4. James Matles to Logsdon, October 22, 1947
5. William Sentner to Julius Emspak, November 14, 1947
6. Resolution, April 1948
7. Sentner to District Executive Board Memebers with Notice, Leaflets and July 16, 1948, Sentner Letter to John Burns, July 20, 1948
Folder 77 Local 1102 Opal Cline and Helen Sage Case, April 23 - October 18, 1948
1. William Sentner to Officers and Stewards, April 23, 1948
2. Opal Cline Letter, September 30, 1948
3. Sentner to E.H. Fair, October 5, 1948
4. Report on Hearing Before Industrial Employment Review Board, October 11, 1948
5. Helen Sage Statement, October 11, 1948
6. Cline to Evansville Courier, October 15, 1948
7. Sentner to All Local 1102 Memebers, October 18, 1948
Folder 78 Local 1102 Negotiations and Factionalism, February 10 - June 1948
1. James Matles to William Sentner, February 19, 1948
2. Sentner to Matles, February 10, 1948
3. Sentner to Albert Fitzgerald, May 19, 1948
4. Ernest DeMaio to Oscar Scmidt, May 25, 1948
5 . Sentner to Ray Klausner, May 26, 1948
6 . Klausner to Sentner, May 26, 1948
7. DeMaio to Schmitt, June 1948
Folder 79 Local 1102 Sentner Suspension, January 21, 1948 - October 1949
1. Secretary of Julius Emspak to William Sentner, January 21, 1948
2. Sentner to Joseph Pogue, May 27, 1948
3. Appeals Committee Findings, July 24, 1948
4. Sentner to Emspak, August 10, 1948
5. Emspak to Sentner, August 27, 1948
6. Robert Logsdon to Emspak, August 30, 1948
7. Chronology, August 1949
8. Emspak to Ernest DeMaio, September 27, 1949
9. Emspak to John Gojack with Emspak Letter to William Drohan, September 27, 1949
10. Notice, September 28, 1949
11. DeMaio to Emspak, October 5, 1949
12. Report of General Executive Board Sub-Committee with Statement of Local Executive Board, October 1949
13. DeMaio to Emspak, October 5, 1949
14. Memo, October 1949
Folder 80 Local 1102 Correspondence, April 19, 1937 - February 17, 1943
1. Local 1102-Emerson Conference, April 19, 1937
2. Henry Fiering to Julius Emspak Regarding Address Change, February 1938
3. William Sentner to James Matles Regarding Organization and Women with June 18, 1939, St. Louis Locals Executive Board Minutes and Leaflets, July 5, 1939
4. Check-off Card with John Driy Letter to Emerson Employees, November 10, 1939
5. F.W. Jessop to William Symington Regarding Prices, February 29, 1940
6. W. Symington to James Carey Regarding Unemployment, May 28, 1940
7. Sentner to Emspak Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 1102 and 1104, October 15, 1940
8. W. Symington to Carey Regarding UE News, November 18, 1940
9. Stuart Symington to Carey Regarding Publicity, November 22, 1940
10. Suggested Standards for Apprenticeships, February 1941
11. Charles Anderson to Sentner Regarding Finances, February 17, 1943
Folder 81 Local 1102 Correspondence, December 1944 - December 9, 1949
1. Eustius Brendle Memo Regarding Military Production, Plant Sale and Unemployment, December 1944
2. Anna Tatar to Julius Emspak Regarding Address Change, December 8, 1944
3. James Click to Emspak Regarding Political Action Commitee, January 8, 1945
4. Robert Logsdon to James Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 9, 1949

Section: Local 1104

Folder 82 Local 1104 Constituion, Undated
Folder 83 Local 1104 Officers Lists, August 10, 1939 - July 7, 1950
Folder 84 Local 1104 Membership Lists with June 29, 1950, William Sentner Letter to Julius Emspak, June 28, 1950
Folder 85 Local 1104 Membership Resolutions, October 13, 1941 - August 21, 1947
1-2. Factionalism and Anti-Communist Clause, October 13, 1941
3. Foreign Policy, October 13, 1941
4. Negotations, May 11, 1942
5. Factionalism and Southern CIO Organization, February 12, 1947
6. Factionalism with Memo, August 21, 1947
7. Wages, UE Officers and UE Convention, August 21, 1947
Folder 86 Local 1104 Sam Silverman Incoming Correspondence, June 6, 1947 - June 3, 1954
1. Janet Barich Regarding Staff Finances, January 14, 1954
2. Julius Emspak Regarding Publications and Finances, May 26, 1947
3. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 6, 1947
4. Emspak Regarding Strikes, August 30, 1948
5. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 5, 1951
6. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 28, 1953
7. Secretary of Emspak Regarding Finances, June 3, 1954
8. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, June 5, 1946
9. Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, February 25, 1947
10. David Ratner Regarding Finances, December 17, 1948
11. Ratner Regarding Finances, 1952
Folder 87 Local 1104 Sam Silverman Outgoing Correspondence, May 29, 1946 - December 12, 1947
1. Silverman to James Matles Regarding Organization and White Collar Workers, May 29, 1946
2. Silverman to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, June 4, 1946
3. Silverman to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Dayton and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 7, 1946
4. Silverman to Julius Emspak Regarding Per Capita, July 26, 1946
5. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, August 14, 1946
6. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Political Action Commitee, September 1946
7. Silverman to Fitzgerald Regarding Strikes, February 20, 1947
8. Silverman to Fitzgerald Regarding Officers and Factionalism, August 8, 1947
9. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Hospitalization with Employee Group Insurance Plan, December 12, 1947
Folder 88 Local 1104 Sam Silverman Outgoing Correspondence, January 27, 1948 - May 31, 1954
1. Silverman to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 27, 1948
2. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Van Norman Strike, August 23, 1948
3. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Address Change, May 6, 1949
4. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Officers, May 16, 1949
5. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Officers, May 25, 1949
6. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Officers, June 2, 1949
7. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 4, 1949
8. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Per Capita, January 6, 1950
9. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off and Finances, May 25, 1951
10. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 9, 1951
11. Silverman to David Ratner Regarding Finances, January 10, 1952
12. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 13, 1952
13. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 23, 1953
14. Silverman to Emspak Regarding Finances and Per Capita, May 31, 1954
Folder 89 Local 1104 Incoming Correspondence, April 10, 1937 - October 13, 1938
1. Bill Cahn to R.B. Baker Regarding Publicity, April 10, 1947
2. James Carey to Wilton Hutchings Regarding Strikes, October 30, 1937
3. Carey to Sam Jimopoulos Regarding UE News and Education, September 12, 1940
4. Carey to Joe Corida Regarding Negotiations, June 11, 1941
5. Carey to Corida, June 20, 1941
6. Julius Emspak to Earl White Regarding Organization, February 26, 1937
7. Emspak to Hutchings Regarding Supplies, June 22, 1937
8. Emspak to Chester Swindle Regarding Finances, July 26, 1937
9. Emspak to Clara Ryder Regarding Contract, August 18, 1937
10. Emspak to Ryder Regarding Finances, September 27, 1937
11. Emspak to Swindle Regarding Unemployment and Per Capita, September 30, 1937
12. Emspak to Ryder Regarding Mailing List, October 5, 1937
13. Emspak to Ryder Regarding Mailing List, March 24, 1938
14. Emspak to Swindle Regarding Finances, April 1, 1938
15. Emspak to Swindle Regarding Finances, April 5, 1938
16. Emspak to Swindle Regarding Finances, April 13, 1938
17. Emspak to Hutchings Regarding Constitution, May 4, 1938
18. Emspak to Ryder Regarding Per Capita, June 13, 1938