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Series II. Chief of the Bureau of Labor, Carnegie Steel Company, 1891-1893, 1900

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains information related to Martin's tenure as Chief of the Bureau of Labor for the Carnegie Steel Company, including competitor mill wage scale and labor cost information, correspondence, memorandums, contracts, travel ledgers, and newspaper clippings. The bulk of the content is related to correspondence and competitor mill wage scale information compiled by Martin using industry contacts made during his previous involvement with labor union organizations. This data would later be used as the model on which the proposed 1892 Homestead Mill scales would be based.

Folder 7-9 Correspondence and Competitor Mill Wage Scale Information, 1891-1893
Folder 10-11 Competitor Mill Wage Scale and Labor Cost Information Compiled, 1891-1892
Folder 12 Miscellaneous Competitor Wage Scale and Labor Cost Information, undated
Folder 13-14 The Carnegie Steel Company, Memorandum of Wage Payout Agreement With Comparative Wage Scale Data, 1891-1893

Box 3
Folder 1 The Carnegie Steel Company, Memorandum of Wage Payout Agreement With Comparative Wage Scale Data, 1891-1893
Folder 2 Homestead Steel Works- Average Daily Wages, 1891-1892
Folder 3 Homestead Steel Works- Proposed Scales and Contract of Agreement, 1892
Folder 4 Homestead Steel Works- Newspaper Clippings, 1891-1893
Folder 5 The Carnegie Steel Company, Miscellaneous Internal Correspondence, 1892-1893
Folder 6 Correspondence to Henry Frick and Andrew Carnegie, 1900
Folder 7 Travel Ledgers, 1890-1893
Folder 8 Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1891-1893