Summary Information
Title: Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 Records
Collection Number: AIS.1991.08
Creator: Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 (Pittsburgh, Pa.).

Collection Dates: 1836-1975
Extent: 80.0 linear feet (44 boxes and 21 oversize items)

Language: English

Abstract:
Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 is the oldest continually existing labor union in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Pittsburgh union was one of the fourteen founding locals of the International Typographical Union (ITU) in 1852. This collection contains meeting minutes, dues ledgers, publications and correspondence from Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7.
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:

November 2010
Author:

Finding aid prepared by Zachary Brodt and Allison Homulka.
Revision Description:
November 2010:
Collection fully processed.

History

Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 can trace its history back to the Journeymen Printers of Pittsburgh, which was founded in 1836. It is the oldest continually existing labor union in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Pittsburgh union was one of the fourteen founding locals of the International Typographical Union (ITU) in 1852. Newspapers resisted the unionization of printers, resulting in several strikes. Workers who broke the strike were blacklisted by the union and called “rats.” Union shops, or “chapels” in the union’s terminology, were also the subject of strikes when they did not adhere to their agreement with the union or hired non-union printers all of which appear in the rat book. The ITU was a powerful early member of the American Federation of Labor and was ejected from the AFL as part of the Committee for Industrial Organization in 1938. The ITU rejoined the AFL in 1944 under the condition of autonomy. In 1986, the local affiliated with the Communication Workers of America to form its Printing, Publishing, and Media Workers Sector. Even though the Pittsburgh local was designated the number CWA 14827, it is still known as Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7.


Collection Scope and Content Notes

This collection contains meeting minutes, dues ledgers and correspondence from Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7. Also present is financial information of the local union and publications of the Typographical Union. The local union by-laws and information regarding strikes are also included.


Arrangement

This collection has been arranged into seven series as follows:

Series I. Minutes

Series II. Correspondence

Series III. Publications

Series IV. Finances

Series V. Membership

Series VI. Contracts and Arbitration

Series VII. Officer and Committee Reports


Subject Terms

Topics
  • Collective labor agreements -- Printing industry -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Labor disputes -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Labor unions -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Labor unions -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh -- Periodicals
  • Typists -- Labor unions -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh

Corporate Names
  • International Typographical Union.
  • Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 (Pittsburgh, Pa.).

Personal Names
  • Bloomington, Maurice
  • Clark, William B.
  • Dabney, George R.
  • Feigel, John A.
  • Klinger, William A.
  • Riefer, Franklin A.
  • Woodmansee, Howard L.

Locations
  • Pittsburgh (Pa.)

Genres/Forms
  • Ledgers (Account books)
  • Membership lists
  • Minute books

Category
  • Labor

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Acquisition Information:

Gift of James C. Lowen, President of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, in 1991.

Preferred Citation:

Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 Records, 1836-1975, AIS.1991.08, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Processing Information:

This collection was processed by Allison Homulka, an undergraduate history major, during the fall 2010 semester.

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:

100 Years as a Chartered Union, 1852-1952: History of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No.7, International Typographical Union and Pittsburgh Central Labor Union by John A. Feigel, 1952.

Allegheny County Labor Council Records, 1939-1998, AIS.1997.28, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Separated Material:
Oversize materials can be found in Range 1/12/3 and in map-case 3 drawer 12.


Collection Inventory

Series I. Minutes

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains minute books for Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 and its various chapels within it dating from 1867 to1967. Minutes from organizations such as the Allied Printing Trades Council and the Pittsburgh Union Label Council from 1936 to 1959 are also included. Within the minute books are descriptions of the issues discussed at each meeting as well as various treasury and committee reports.


Box 1
Volume 1-8 Minute Books, 1867-1902

Box 2
Volume 1-5 Minute Books, 1903-1921

Box 3
Volume 1-3 Meeting Minutes, 1921-1938
Folder 1 Allied Printing Trade Council Minutes, 1936-1938
Folder 2 Joint Union Committee Minutes, 1939
Folder 3 Allied Printing Trades Council Minutes, 1939-1941
Volume 4 Minute Book, 1940-1944
Folder 4 Allied Printing Trades Council Minutes, 1942-1944
Folder 5 Allied Printing Trades Council Minutes, 1945-1946
Folder 6 Union Label Council Minutes, November 1951
Volume 5 Minute Book for the Union Printers Association, 1909-1952
Folder 7 Mass Transportation Committee Meeting Minutes, 1952
Folder 8 The Urban League of Pittsburgh Executive Board Minutes, 1952
Folder 9 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, June 25, 1952
Folder 10 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, November 1952
Folder 11 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, March 25, 1953
Folder 12 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, April 22, 1953
Folder 13 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, January 27, 1954
Folder 14 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, March 24, 1954
Folder 15 The Board of Public Education Minutes, December 3, 1954
Folder 16 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, February 23, 1955
Folder 17 MInutes of the14th Regular Meeting of the Greater Pittsburgh Airport Advisory Committee, February 1955
Folder 18 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Minutes, March 23, 1955
Folder 19 Minutes of the 17th Regular Meeting of the Greater Pittsburgh Airport Advisory Committee, September 1955
Folder 20 The Board of Public Education Meeting Minutes, December 20, 1955
Folder 21 The Board of Public Education Meeting Minutes, April 24, 1956
Folder 22 Minutes of the 23rd Regular Meeting of the Greater Pittsburgh Airport Advisory Committee, September 2, 1956
Folder 23 The Board of Public Education Meeting Minutes, Septmeber 18, 1956
Folder 24 Allied Printing Trades Council Minutes, 1958-1959
Volume 6 Chapel Minute Book, 1963-1967
Reel 1-3 Minute Books, 1867-1934
Oversize 1 Minute Book and Dues Report Ledger, 1934-1938
Oversize 2 Minute Book, 1934-1939

Series II. Correspondence

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains the correspondence of the Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 from 1899 to 1902 and from 1927 to 1976. These letters range from brief to comprehensive, and contain information regarding both personal and business matters. These letters represent incoming and outgoing messages of various officials, members, and committees within Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7. The series is broken into six subseries arranged by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 presidential terms.

Subseries 1. William A. Klinger, 1899-1900

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of William A. Klinger from 1899 to 1900. These letters include business matters pertaining to various union strikes and controversies. The majority of communications in this subseries are incoming correspondence from other unions to Klinger pledging their support to Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the strike of 1900. Also included in this subseries are letters to various officers, including the Vice-President and Secretary of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7.


Box 4
Folder 1 Controversy between Local Union No. 7 and Union No. 20, 1899
Folder 2 Broomakers Union Correspondence, 1900
Folder 3 Circular Letter to President Klinger, 1900
Folder 4 Machinists Controversy Correspondence, 1899-1900
Folder 5 Correspondence, 1899
Folder 6 Strike Correspondence, 1899-1900
Folder 7-8 Strike Support, 1899-1900
Folder 9 Correspondence of President Klinger, 1899-1900
Folder 10 Correspondence with the International Typographical Union, 1899-1900
Folder 11 Correspondence, 1900
Folder 12 Labor Spy Letter, 1900

Subseries 2. George R. Dabney, 1902

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of George R. Dabney in 1902. These letters are the business correspondence of Secretary Edward E. Paget from March to December of 1902.

Folder 13 Secretary Edward E. Padget Correspondence, March-December 1902

Subseries 3. Maurice Bloomington, 1926-1927

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of Maurice Bloomington from 1926 to 1927. This subseries includes incoming and outing correspondence regarding business matters of not only President Bloomington, but also other officers and members of the Pittsburgh union local.

Folder 14 Correspondence, 1926-1927

Subseries 4. Franklin A. Riefer, 1928

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of Franklin A. Riefer from 1928. The letters include those written and received by Riefer regarding personal and business matters. Also present are letters written and received by William B. Clark secretary of Pittsburgh No. 7.

Folder 15 William B. Clark and Franklin A. Riefer Correspondence, 1928-1929

Subseries 5. Howard L. Woodmansee, 1929-1936

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of Howard L. Woodmansee from 1929 to 1936. These letters detail the business matters Woodmansee confronted during his term, including a large number of job scale correspondence received by the President from 1933 to 1935. Other letters are incoming and outgoing to officers of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7. The correspondence of the locals' secretaries, William B. Clark from 1930 to 1934 and George Bradley from 1934 to 1937, are also present.

Folder 16 Correspondence, 1929-1930
Folder 17 Correspondence, 1930-1931
Folder 18 Correspondence with the International Typo. Union, 1929-1932
Folder 19 William B. Clark Correspondence, 1930-1934
Folder 20 Job Scale Correspondence of H.L. Woodmansee, 1933-1935
Folder 21 Correspondence with the International Typo. Union, 1933-1936
Folder 22 Correspondence of George Bradley, 1934-1937
Folder 23 President H.L. Woodmansee Correspondence, 1931-1937

Subseries 6. John A. Feigel, 1937-1976

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of John A. Fiegel, dating from 1937 to 1976. The majority of letters in this subseries are the incoming and outgoing correspondence of Fiegel. The correspondence includes some personal and a large number of business matters, with letters to and from the other officers of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, the International Typographical Union, and several other Pittsburgh unions, as well as the Apprentice, Union Label, and Joint Standing Committees. Also included are a large number of communications of the Secretary and the Secretary-Treasurers from 1949 to 1956. The correspondence of Secretary George Bradley, dating from 1938 to 1942 and 1949 to 1950, are contained in this series as well.

Folder 24 Apprenticeship Committee Correspondence, 1938
Folder 25 Correspondence of George Bradley, 1938-1942
Folder 26 Outgoing Correspondence of President Feigel, 1938
Folder 27 Outgoing Correspondence of President Feigel, 1938

Box 5
Folder 1-2 Incoming Correspondence of President Feigel, 1937
Folder 3-5 Incoming Correspondence of President Feigel, 1938
Folder 6 Incoming Correspondence of President Feigel, 1939
Folder 7-8 Correspondence, 1940
Folder 9 Correspondence, 1941
Folder 10 Correspondence, 1942

Box 6
Folder 1 Correspondence of International Typo. Union President Baker, 1942
Folder 2 Correspondence of International Typo. Union Preseident Baker, 1943
Folder 3 Correspondence, 1943
Folder 4 International Typographical Union Correspondence, 1944
Folder 5 Secretary-Treasurer of the International Typo. Union Correspondence, 1944
Folder 6 Correspondence of International Typo. Union President Baker, 1944
Folder 7 Apprentice Correspondence, 1944
Folder 8 President Randolph's Correspondence, 1944
Folder 9 Correspondence, 1944
Folder 10 Correspondence with Westinghouse Valley Printing Company, 1943-1945
Folder 11 International Typographical Union Correspondence, 1945
Folder 12 Correspondence, 1944-1945
Folder 13 Correspondence, 1946
Folder 14 Correspondence of Vice-President Brown, 1946
Folder 15 Correspondence of President Randolph, 1946
Folder 16 Secretary's Correspondence, October 16, 1946-December 30, 1946
Folder 17 Correspondence of International Typo. Union Secretary-Treasurer Taylor-Hurd, 1946
Folder 18 Correspondence of President Feigel, 1945-1947
Folder 19 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1947

Box 7
Folder 1 Correspondence of Secretary's Office, 1947
Folder 2 Correspondence of Secretary's Office, 1948
Folder 3 Correspondence of President Feigel, 1948
Folder 4 Correspondence of Pittsburgh Central Labor League, 1948-1949
Folder 5 Secretary-Treasurer's Correspondence, 1949-1950
Folder 6 Correspondence and Will of George Bradley, 1949-1950
Folder 7 Correspondence, 1949-1951
Folder 8 Correspondence, 1950
Folder 9 Correspondence of President Feigel, 1951-1952
Folder 10 Seretary and Secretary-Treasurer's Correspondence, 1951
Folder 11 Secretary and Secretary-Treasurer's Correspondence, 1952
Folder 12 Correspondence, 1952
Folder 13 Secretary and Secretary-Treasurer's Correspondence, 1953
Folder 14 Correspondence, 1953
Folder 15 Secretary and Secretary-Treasurer's Correspondence, 1954

Box 8
Folder 1 Secretary-Treasurer Hurd's Correspondence, 1947-1956
Folder 2 Union Matters, 1952-1953
Folder 3 Union Matters, 1955-1957
Folder 4 Correspondence, 1955-1958
Folder 5 Correspondence of Heart Association, 1957-1958
Folder 6 Union Matters, 1957-1958
Folder 7 Union Label Committee Correspondence, 1956-1958
Folder 8 R.I.D.C Correspondence, 1958
Folder 9 Correspondence of President Feigel, 1951-1959
Folder 10 United Fund Correspondence of President Feigel, 1958

Box 9
Folder 1 President Feigel's Corresondence with the International Typo. Union, 1946-1950
Folder 2 President Feigel's Correspondence with the International Typo. Union, 1951-1956
Folder 3 Correspondence of President Feigel from Roosevelt Hotel, 1955
Folder 4 President Feigel's ACTION HOUSING Correspondence, 1957
Folder 5 Correspondence of Pittsburgh Newspaper Council, 1942-1958
Folder 6 President Feigel's Correspondence, 1958
Folder 7 Health and Welfare Association Correspondence, 1957-1959
Folder 8 Correspondence, 1959
Folder 9-10 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1967-1968
Folder 11-13 The Board of Public Education Correspondence Materials, 1967-1968
Folder 14 School Board Correspondence to President Feigel, 1967-1968

Box 10
Folder 1 Airport Advisory Committee Correspondence, 1969
Folder 2-3 The Board of Public School Education Correspondence, 1970
Folder 4 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1969
Folder 5 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1970
Folder 6-7 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1971
Folder 8-9 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1972
Folder 10-11 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1973
Folder 12 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1974
Folder 13 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1975
Folder 14 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1976

Series III. Publications

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains publications concerning the Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 from 1915 to 1959. The majority of these publications are the monthly bulletins of the International Typographical Union and Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7. Contained in the series are also monthly issues of the Typographical Journal from 1915 to 1959 published by the International Typographical Union. Also present are many pamphlets and booklets written by various labor union figures or organizations concerning labor and union issues.


Box 11
Volume 1-19 The Official Bulletin of the International Typographical Union, 1915-1933

Box 12
Volume 1-22 The Official Bulletin of the International Typographical Union, 1934-1949

Box 13
Volume 1-8 The Official Bulletin of the International Typographical Union, 1950-1957
Folder 1-15 Book of Laws of the International Typographical Union, 1929-1959

Box 14
Folder 1-23 Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 Official Bulletin, 1930-1958

Box 15
Folder 1-42 The Typographical Journal of the International Typographical Union, 1915-1931

Box 16
Folder 1-30 The Typographical Journal of the International Typographical Union, 1931-1936

Box 17
Folder 1-25 The Typographical Journal of the International Typographical Union, 1936-1940

Box 18
Folder 1-38 The Typographical Journal of the International Typographical Union, 1940-1946

Box 19
Folder 1-41 The Typographical Journal of the International Typographical Union, 1946-1959

Box 20
Folder 1 Cushing's Manual: Rules of Proceedings and Debate in Deliberative Assemblies by Luther S. Cushing, 1887
Folder 2 The Closed Union Shop is Justifiable: The Case for a Closed Union Shop by Edison L. Bowers and Alfred G. Buehler, 1922
Folder 3 A Pictorial Presentation of the Union Printers Home, 1935
Folder 4 A Handbook for Committeemen of Local Lodges of S.W.O.C. by Steel Workers Organizing Committee, 1937
Folder 5 Collective Bargaining by R.D. Bundy, 1937
Folder 6 The Newspaper Credo of William Randolph Hearst, 1939
Folder 7 The Closed Shop by the National Association of Manufacturers, December 2, 1941
Folder 8 The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 2, 1942
Folder 9 Tuberculosis League of Pittsburgh Activities, 1944-1945
Folder 10 The Veteran's Guide: What You Are Entitled To, 1944-1945
Folder 11 The Arbitration Journal by the American Arbitration Association, 1946
Folder 12 How to Arbitrate a Labor Dispute by Theodore W. Kheel, June 1946
Folder 13 Guide to the National Labor Realtions Act: Procedures and Practices by Louis G. Silverberg, 1946
Folder 14 New Labor Law: Management Relations Act with Explanation, 1947
Folder 15 Programs for the 90th Anniversary, 1949
Folder 16 A Political Challenge to Business and Industry by Henry Ford II, April 1949
Folder 17 What's Wrong with the T-H Law...Plenty by the American Federation of Labor, June 1949
Folder 18 The Gazette: Pennsylvania is the Keystone of the Democratic Arch, October 12, 1950
Folder 19 Samuel Gompers Credo: Qoutations from his Speeches and Writings, 1950
Folder 20 International Typographical Union Manuals, 1949-1951
Folder 21 Official Civil Defense Publications by the Plant and Security Committee, 1950-1951
Folder 22 Growing Pains in the Suburbs: The Story of Metropolitan Pittsburgh's Building Boom by The Pittsburgh Press, 1951
Folder 23 Brief History of the American Labor Movement by Maurice J. Tobin and Ewan Clague, 1951
Folder 24 Letter Press Printing by the Anglo-American Council on Productivity, 1951
Folder 25 American Federation of Labor Publications, 1952
Folder 26 Pennsylvania Week News Bulletin by the Department of Commerce of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1952
Folder 27 Carnegie Magazine, September 1952
Folder 28 Pittsburgh Renaissance Issue by the Pittsburgh Press, December 13, 1953
Folder 29 'Right-to-Work' Laws: Three Moral Studies by an Oblate Father, an Eminent Rabbi, and a Methodist Dean, 1954
Folder 30 Decision: The Graduate Guide to Business by Oliver P. Bardes, 1954
Folder 31 Policy Resolutions of the AFL-CIO, January 1955
Folder 32 Constitution of the AFL-CIO and other Official Documents Relating to the Achievement of Labor Unity, January 1956
Folder 33 The Tocsin by the International Typographical Union, April 1957
Folder 34 The Present Committee on Education Beyond High School: Second Report to the President, July 1957
Folder 35 29 Timely Mailing Tips: To Help You Get More for Your Postage Dollar by the U.S. Postal Service, 1957
Folder 36 International Stablility and Progress; US Interests and Instruments by the American Assembly, 1957
Folder 37 United States Department of Labor Publications, 1957
Folder 38 Pennsylvania Housing: Report on the Governor's Citizens Committee on Housing, 1957
Folder 39 The Science Press: "Foremost in Cold-Type Composition", 1957
Folder 40 Wages and the Public Interest by the Conference on Economic Progress, January 1958
Folder 41 Syngman Rhee: An Asian Leader Speaks for Peace by the American-Asian Educational Exchange, January 1958
Folder 42 Breaking Through the Age Barrier by the Bureau of Asian Security, May 1958
Folder 43 How Old is Top Management in Insurance? by Theodore Bakerman, May 1958
Folder 44 AFL-CIO Education News and Views, November 1958
Folder 45 Harvard Business Review: the Magazine for Thoughtful Businessmen, November-December 1958
Folder 46 The Metropolitan Area as a Racial Problem by Morton Grodzins, 1958
Folder 47 The Challenge: Highlights of the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare's Programs and Plans, November- December 1958
Folder 48 The Changing Economic Function of the Central City by Raymond Vernon, 1959
Folder 49 US News and World Report: What the Labor Unions Want Now, February 2, 1959
Folder 50 Headline Series 'Great Decisions...1959'; Reshaping Foriegn Policy Amid Revolutions by the Foriegn Policy Association, 1959
Folder 51 Program Celebrating John Feigel's Twenty-five Years as President by Typographical Union No. 7, 1962
Folder 52 Governor's Study of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Printing and Duplications Facilities by Harris R. Margolis, 1965
Folder 53 Union Propoganda Posters
Reel 4 Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 Official Bulletin, 1930-1958
Oversize 3 Official Bulletin by Local No. 7
Oversize 4-5 Pittsburgh Daily Reporter, John Feigel and Typographical Union No. 7 Copies, October 15-November 17, 1950

Series IV. Finances

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains the financial records of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 from 1875 to 1972. Included within the records are dues ledgers dated from 1875 to 1918, records of relief given to workers from 1930 to 1942, and pension reports dated from 1940 to 1953, as well as the 1960s. This series also contains financial records such as Job and Newspaper Chapel books dated from 1911 to 1928. Also present are various financial reports, such as annual reports and the secretary’s monthly itemized reports from 1925 to 1970. Cash receipt books and various bank statements from 1954 to 1970 are also included.


Box 21
Volume 1-4 Dues Ledgers, 1875-1890
Volume 5 Cash Index, April 1889- July 1891

Box 22
Volume 1-2 Ten Percent Assessment Ledger, 1888-1892
Volume 3-8 Dues Ledgers, 1891-1901

Box 23
Volume 1-7 Dues Ledgers, 1901-1913

Box 24
Volume 1-3 Dues Ledgers, 1913-1918
Volume 4-9 Time Books, 1921-1923, 1931

Box 25
Volume 1-8 Monthly Stamp Reports, 1910-1936

Box 26
Volume 1 Time Book, 1932
Volume 2-3 International Typo. Union Lessons, 1922-1944
Volume 4-5 Ten Percent Assessment, 1899 and 1906
Volume 6 Seven Percent Assessment, 1906-1907
Volume 7 Two Percent Assessment, 1907-1908
Volume 8 One Percent Assessment, 1907
Volume 9 Three Percent Assessment
Volume 10 One Half Percent Assessment, 1908
Volume 11 Job Chapel, 1911-1912
Volume 12 Per Capita and Dues, 1912-1914
Volume 13 Job Office and Dues, 1914-1916
Volume 14 Newspaper Chapel, 1914-1916
Volume 15 Job Chapels, 1917-1921
Volume 16 Newspaper Chapels, 1917-1920

Box 27
Volume 1 Job Chapels, 1921-1923
Volume 2 Newspaper Chapels, 1920-1923
Volume 3-4 Job Chapels, 1921-1928
Volume 5 Newspaper Chapels, 1924-1928
Folder 1 Pittsburgh Typographical Union Financial Reports, 1925-1926
Folder 2 Secretary's Financial Reports, 1927-1933
Folder 3 Summary of Cash Reciepts, 1926-1927
Folder 4-7 Financial Reports, 1928-1931
Folder 8 Chapels, 1931-1932
Folder 9 Finances, 1932-1933
Folder 10 Newspaper and Secretary's Chapels, 1933-1934
Volume 6 Summary of Cash Dispersments, 1930-1942
Folder 11 Copy's of Bonds from the Fidelity and Casuality Company of New York, 1932-1949

Box 28
Volume 1 Financial Records, 1933-1943
Volume 2 Expenses of Entertainment Committee, 1941
Volume 3 Financial Records, 1936-1942
Volume 4 Check Stubs for a Special Fund of No. 7, 1937-1944
Volume 5-12 Relief Check Stubs, 1930-1934

Box 29
Volume 1-4 Relief Check Stubs, 1934-1942
Folder 1 Relief Roll, 1932-1935
Volume 5 Relief Record, 1932-1942
Volume 6 Financial Records, 1943-1947
Folder 2 Pension Requisitions and Roll Reports, 1940-1944
Folder 3 Financial Reports, 1945
Folder 4 Pension Requisitions and Roll Reports, 1945-1949
Folder 5-7 Financial Records, 1948-1950
Folder 8 Pension Requisistions and Roll Reports, 1950-1953

Box 30
Volume 1 Cash Reciepts, 1938-1946

Box 31
Folder 1 Finances, 1951
Folder 2-4 Financial Records, 1952-1954
Volume 1-2 Secretary's Monthly Itemized Reports, 1950-1955

Box 32
Folder 1-4 Financial Reports, 1955-1958
Folder 5 Pittsburgh Union Label Council Finances in Mellon Bank and Trust, 1951-1958
Folder 6 Statements of Pension Trust Account, 1959-1970
Folder 7 Secretary's Monthly Itemized Reports, March 1960
Folder 8 Pension Roll Report, 1960-1961
Folder 9 Financial Reports, 1960
Volume 1 Secretary's Monthly Itemized Reports, 1959-1962
Volume 2-4 Petty Cash Account Book, 1955-1973

Box 33
Volume 1 Cash Reciepts, 1954-1963

Box 34
Volume 1 Cash Reciepts, 1963-1967

Box 35
Volume 1 Secretary's Monthly Itemized Report, 1961-1962
Folder 1 Financial Reports, 1961
Folder 2 Minor and Secretary's Chapels, 1962
Folder 3 Financial Reports, 1963
Folder 4-10 Pension Roll Report, 1963-1969
Folder 11-21 Secretary's Monthly Itemized Reports, January 1969- December 1970

Box 36
Volume 1 Typo Two Phase-Out Pension Plan, 1970
Folder 1 Review of Pension Plan Investments, 1970
Folder 2-7 I.T.U. Negotiated Pension Plan, 1969
Folder 8-13 Secretary's Monthly Itemized Reports, 1971
Folder 14 Financial Discrepency, 1972
Folder 15 Errors on Monthly Itemized Reports, 1972
Oversize 6-7 Dues Ledgers, 1891-1895
Oversize 8 Cash Receipts and Dues Ledger, 1950s

Map-case 3
Drawer 12 1. Typographical Union No. 7 Poster: "On Strike Against Daily Messenger"
2-4. Typographical Union No. 7 Blank "On Strike" Posters

Series V. Membership

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains membership records and information of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7. Included are membership roll books with annual membership and monthly dues lists from 1927 to 1949. Also included are records of members suspended or expelled from local union No. 7, as well as those blacklisted from the years 1884 to 1889. This series also contains membership applications and applications to receive mortuary benefits from the years 1915 to 1944. Lists of members receiving a pension from 1922 to 1937 are also included.

Folder 16 List of Officers and Members in Good Standing, 1868
Volume 2 Suspension and Expulsion List, 1884-1908
Volume 3 Black List or "Rat Book", 1899
Item 1 Printers Assembly and Union No. 7 Working Cards, 1880-1923
Volume 4 Admitted to Membership, 1926-1928
Volume 5 Membership Roll Book, 1927-1932
Folder 17-19 Applications for Membership, 1915-1919

Box 37
Folder 1-6 Applications for Membership, 1919-1937
Folder 7 Membership Applications
Folder 8 Apprenticeship Standards for Application to Membership, 1938-1944
Folder 9-12 Applications for Mortuary Benefits, 1915-1944
Volume 1-7 Old Age Pension Rolls, 1922-1937
Volume 8 Rollbook for Union Label Council, 1932-1949
Folder 13 Members' Traveling Cards, 1925-1940
Folder 14 Information for Members of Typo. Union No. 7, 1950
Folder 15 Apprenticeship Applications from the Department of Labor and Industry, 1955
Oversize 9 Edward S. Cook Dues and Membership Cards, 1882-1923

Map-case 3
Drawer 12 5-7. List of Apprentices, 1944, 1947

Series VI. Contracts and Arbitration

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains contract negotiations and proposals, as well as signed and approved contracts between Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 and other organizations such as the Pittsburgh Courier, the Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers’ Association, and the Union Employing Printers Association of Pittsburgh from 1914 to 1970. The contracts between Pittsburgh No. 7 and its members are also contained within this series along with price, wage, and newspaper scales used in contract negotiations from the years 1836 to 1956. This series contains arbitration matters involving Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 and other parties such as members of No. 7, the organizations that have entered into contract agreements with No. 7, and the Joint Union Committee from the years 1901 to 1968. Case briefs, rebuttals, and rebuttal briefs are also included.


Box 38
Folder 1 List of Prices Adopted by Journeymen Printers of Pittsburgh, 1836
Folder 2 Constitution, Bylaws, and Rules of Order of Local No. 7, 1930
Folder 3 Price Scales, 1899
Folder 4 Appeal of 1901 Ordinance, 1901
Folder 5 Agreement Between Newspaper Publishers' Association of Pittsburgh and Local No. 7, 1914-1919
Folder 6 Contracts and Agreements, 1918-1919
Folder 7 Agreement Between the Providence Journal Company and the Providence Typographical Union, November 1919 -October 1920
Folder 8 Agreement Between the Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Local No. 7, 1920
Folder 9 Agreement Between the Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Local No. 7, 1919-1921
Folder 10 Supplemental Agreement of the Pittsburgh Publishers' Asscoiation and Local no. 7, 1919-1921
Folder 11 Agreement on Wage Scale, 1921
Folder 12 Newspaper Scale, January 1922- January 1923
Folder 13 Appeal of Frank A. Schroder v. Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, June 1923
Folder 14 Charges of Violation of Obligations; Peter A. Grimes v. Charles Connolly, 1923
Folder 15 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, May 31, 1924
Folder 16 Report of Testimony, June 17, 1924
Folder 17 Newspaper Scale, Januaury 1924- January 1926
Folder 18 Amendment to the International Typographical Union Bylaws, 1927
Folder 19 Agreement Between Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Local No. 7, January 1928- January 1931
Folder 20 Minimum Wage Scales of Typogrpahical Unions, May 31, 1928
Folder 21 Working Agreement Between Signer, Herbrick, and Held, 1929
Folder 22 Group Insurance Agreement, 1929
Folder 23 Decision on Holiday Overtime, 1929-1930
Folder 24 Hampsey Appeal, 1930
Folder 25 Appeal of C.H. McMannemon, 1930
Folder 26 Eugene Merz Appeal in Discharge Case, 1930
Folder 27 Press Management v. Leidigh and Liston, 1930
Folder 28 Proposition for a Five-Day Work Week, 1930-1931
Folder 29 Agreement Between Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association and Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, July 1929- January 1931
Folder 30 Statement of Dispute Between Taxi Cab Drivers and Cab Company, 1931
Folder 31 C.H. Britton Case, 1931
Folder 32 Walter Raab Discharge Case, 1931
Folder 33 Dispute Involving the Interpretation of the Typographical Contract, 1931
Folder 34 McCormick Appeal Case, 1931-1932
Folder 35 Appeal to Pennsylvania State Legislature, 1931-1932
Folder 36 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, 1931-1932
Folder 37 Watkins Appeal on Two Percent Assessment, 1932
Folder 38 Herbrick and Held Chapel Wage Cut Proposed, 1932
Folder 39 Ross Humphrey Jr. Case, 1932
Folder 40 Agreement Between Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association and Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, 1932-1933
Folder 41 Edward Kruckewitt Appeal, 1932-1933
Folder 42 Negotiations and Agreement Concerning a Five-Day Week, 1932-1933
Folder 43 Supplemental Agreement to a Five-Day Week, January 1933
Folder 44 Funeral Directors v. Grigsby, 1933
Folder 45 Proposed Newspaper Contract Not Approved by the I.T.U., 1929-1934
Folder 46 Regulations for Benefits and Relief Data, 1930
Folder 47 Callback Appeal of the Press Chapel, 1931
Folder 48 Rules Governing Extra Work, 1932
Folder 49 Arbitration of Newspaper Wage Scales, 1934-1936
Folder 50 Gal 1-7 Scale, 1934
Folder 51 Joe Cross Case, 1934
Folder 52 National Industrial Recovery Act, 1934
Folder 53 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, 1934-1935
Folder 54-57 Transcript of Testimony in H.L. Woodmansee v. Charles Wolf, 1935

Box 39
Folder 1-3 Transcript of Testimony in H.L. Woodmansee v. Charles Wolf, 1935
Folder 4 An Appeal to the Membership of Typographical Union No. 7, 1935
Folder 5 Decision of the Joint Union Committee in the Case of Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Local No. 7, 1935
Folder 6 Brief of Typographical Union No. 7, 1935
Folder 7 International Typographical Union Brief Submitted to the President of the United States, 1935
Folder 8 Newspaper Scale, 1936
Folder 9 Dispute Between Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Local No. 7, 1936
Folder 10 Wage Arbitration Matters, 1936
Folder 11 Brief on Typo. Union No. 7 in the case of Typo Union No. 7 and Pittsburgh Publishers' Association, 1936
Folder 12 Rebuttal Brief of Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1936
Folder 13 Arbitration Hearing, 1936
Folder 14 Pittsburgh Publishers' Association Brief, 1936
Folder 15 Arbitration Proceedings in Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1936
Folder 16 Transcript of Proceedings in Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association and Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1936-1937
Folder 17 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, 1936-1937
Folder 18 Agreement Between Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association and Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1936-1937
Folder 19 Contract Terms, 1937
Folder 20 Joint Standing Committee Recommendations, 1937
Folder 21 Newspaper Scale Proposals, 1937-1938
Folder 22 Publishers' Case-in-Chief First Edition, 1938
Folder 23 Publishers' Case-in-Chief Second Edition, 1938
Folder 24 Publisher's Rebuttal to the Brief of the Joint Union Committee, 1938
Folder 25 The Board of Arbitration, 1938
Folder 26-29 Brief of the Joint Union Committee, 1938
Folder 30-33 Rebuttal Brief of the Joint Union Committee, 1938

Box 40
Folder 1 Statement of Thomas C. Langdon and Charles E. Herman, 1938
Folder 2 Rebuttal Brief of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, 1938
Folder 3 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, 1939
Folder 4 Revisions to Agreement and Scale of Wages, April 1, 1938 - March 31, 1939
Folder 5-6 Agreement and Scale of Wages Between Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh and Typo. Union No. 7, 1938-1939
Folder 7 Record of Proceedings in the Case of Typographical Union No. 7 and Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association, 1939
Folder 8 Typographical Contract, 1939
Folder 9 Decisions on Newspaper Scale, 1939
Folder 10 Agreement and Scale of Wages, 1939
Folder 11 Reply to Brief and Sur-Rebuattal Brief in case of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 v. Andrew Mervick, 1939
Folder 12 Proposed Pittsburgh Newspaper Guild Contract, 1939
Folder 13 Meeting of the Board of Arbitration in the Matter of Wages Only, June 1939
Folder 14 Report of the Chairman of the Board of Arbitration, June 1939
Folder 15 Case of Victor Schoppelery v. Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1939
Folder 16 Typographical Contract, 1940
Folder 17 Book of Laws Agreed Upon by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, January 1, 1940
Folder 18 Supplemental Agreement Between the Braddock Free Press and the Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, 1940
Folder 19 Newspaper Scale Negotiations, 1940
Folder 20 Agreement and Scale of Wages Between Union Employing Printers' Association and Typo. Union No. 7, 1940-1941
Folder 21 Supplemental Agreement, July 1940-1941
Folder 22 Agreement and Scale of Wages Between Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh and Typo. Union No. 7, 1940-1941
Folder 23 Complete Briefs of WM. J. Wise and Pittsburgh Typo. Union in Appeal to I.T.U. Executive Council, 1940
Folder 24 Complete Briefs of Appeal in Charles J. Mack v. Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1940
Folder 25 Signed Contract Between Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh and Typo. Union No. 7, 1940-1941
Folder 26 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, 1940-1941
Folder 27 Agreement and Scale of Wages Between Union Employing Printers' Association and Typo. Union No. 7, 1940-1941
Folder 28 Contract Approved by the International Typographical Union, 1941
Folder 29 Book and Job Scale, 1940-1941
Folder 30 Newspaper Scale Contract, 1941
Folder 31 Typographical Contract, July 1941 - December 1942
Folder 32 Contract Negotiations Between Typo. No. 7 and the Pittsburgh Courier, 1941-1942
Folder 33 Agreement and Scale of Wages, 1941-1942
Folder 34 Job Scale Negotiations, 1942
Folder 35 Appeal of George Ballinger v. Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1942
Folder 36 Meadville Typographical Union No. 181 v. The Tribune Publishing Company, 1942
Folder 37 Appeal of Harold Blumer v. Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, 1942
Folder 38 Local Arbitration Board in The Greensburg-Jeanette Typographical Union No. 668, 1942-1943
Folder 39 R.T. Lewis Co. Contract; Nullified, 1942-1943
Folder 40 Minimum Wage Scales of Typographical Unions, 1942-1943
Folder 41 Negotiations, Newspaper Scale, and Proposed Contract of Typo. Union No. 7, 1943
Folder 42 Job Scale for Non-members of Employers Association, 1943
Folder 43 Signed Contract Between American Slav Printing Association and Typo. Union No. 7, 1943
Folder 44 Brief in Behalf of the Employers in case of Typo. Union No. 7 and Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh, April 15, 1943
Folder 45 Employers Brief and Rebuttal in case of Typo. Union No. 7 and Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh, April 26, 1943
Folder 46 Rebuttal Brief of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 in case of Typo. Union No. 7 and Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh, 1943
Folder 47 Direct Brief of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 in case of Typo. Union No. 7 and Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh, 1943

Box 41
Folder 1 Pittsburgh Courier WLB Petition, 1943
Folder 2 Signed Courier Contract, 1943
Folder 3 Negotiations Between Pittsburgh Typo Union No. 7 and Pittsburgh Newspapers, 1943-1944
Folder 4 News Negotiations, 1944
Folder 5 Minimum Wage Scale Pamphlets, 1944
Folder 6 Job Contract and Newspaper Scale Data, 1944
Folder 7 Signed Contract of the Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, 1944
Folder 8 Appeal of Ronald C. Knepper v. Typographical Union No. 7, 1944
Folder 9 First Contract Signed by Steel Publications Inc., November 8, 1944
Folder 10 First Signed Contract with Pittsburgh Typo. No. 7 by William G. Johnston Printing Co., December 11. 1944
Folder 11 Signed Courier Contract, 1944-1945
Folder 12 Newspaper Data, 1945
Folder 13 Job Negotiations, 1945
Folder 14 Newspaper Negotiations, 1945
Folder 15 Signed Newspaper Agreement, 1945
Folder 16 Standards of Apprenticeship for the Printing Trade, 1945
Folder 17 Westinghouse Valley Printing Company v. I.T.U. and Typo. Union No. 7, 1945
Folder 18 Minimum Wage Scale Pamphlets, 1945-1946
Folder 19 Arbitration Dispute Over Interpreting the Contract, 1946
Folder 20 Job Scale Data, 1946
Folder 21 Printing Industry Agreements, 1946
Folder 22 Dispute Between Typo. Union No. 7 and the Pittsburgh Press, 1946
Folder 23 Complete Case of Charles J. Mack v. Typographical Union No. 7, 1946
Folder 24 Proposed Commercial Contract and Job Scale, 1946
Folder 25 Commercial Agreement Between Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 and Union Employing Printers' Association of Pittsburgh, November 1945-April 1947
Folder 26 Newspaper Scale, 1946-1947
Folder 27 Agreement Between the Pittsburgh Courier and Pittsburgh Typogrpahical Union No. 7 March 1946-February 1947
Folder 28 Taft-Hartley Regulations, 1947
Folder 29 Present and Proposed Agreement Between Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association and Typographical Union No. 7 1947
Folder 30 Contract Provisions which May be Proposed According to the National Labor Relations Board, 1947
Folder 31 United States of America Before the National Labor Realtions Board, 1947
Folder 32 An Appeal Against a Mandated Contract, 1947
Folder 33 An Appeal to the 89th Cleveland Convention, August 1947
Folder 34 National Labor Relations Board Charge Against One of their Agents, October 7, 1947
Folder 35 Pittsburgh Typographical Contract, 1947
Folder 36 Job Scale and Commercial Agreement Between the Union Printers' Section of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 1947
Folder 37 Agreement Between the Pittsburgh Courier and Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7, March 1947-1948
Folder 38 Minimum Wage Scale Pamphlets, 1947-1948
Folder 39 Pittsburgh Typographical Contract, 1947-1948
Folder 40 Apprenticeship Standards and Agreement, 1945-1949
Folder 41 Press Suspension, July 30-31, 1949 and August 1-2, 1949

Box 42
Folder 1 Proposed Agreement Between Pittsburgh Publishers' Association and Pittsburgh Typo. No. 7, 1949
Folder 2 Newspaper Proposal, 1949
Folder 3 Proposed Agreement Between Pittsburgh Typo. No. 7 and Union Employers Printing Section of Pittsburgh, 1949
Folder 4 Proposed Agreement, 1949
Folder 5 Minimum Wage Scale Pamphlets, 1949-1950
Folder 6 Proposed Agreement, 1950
Folder 7 Newspaper Agreement, 1950
Folder 8 Signed Job Contract, 1950
Folder 9 Appeal Taken by Stephen J. Flaherty, 1950
Folder 10 Unsigned Contract, 1950
Folder 11 Signed Contract Between Pittsburgh Typo. No. 7 and the Pittsburgh Courier, 1950-1951
Folder 12 National Labor Relations Board Case, 1950-1951
Folder 13 Minimum Wage Scale Pamphlets, 1951-1952
Folder 14 Proposed Contract of Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7, 1951-1953
Folder 15 Employers Proposed Agreement Bewteen Union Employers Printing Section of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Typo. No. 7, 1952
Folder 16 Pittsburgh Central Labor Unions Resolutions, 1952
Folder 17 Civic Unity Council Ordinace, 1952
Folder 18 Newspaper Scale Negotiations, 1953
Folder 19 Agreement, 1953
Folder 20 Proposed Agreement Between Pittsburgh Typo. No. 7 and Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association, 1953
Folder 21 Signed Newspaper Agreement, April 2, 1953
Folder 22 Wage Scales, Hours, and Working Conditions, 1953-1954
Folder 23 Agreement Between Pittsburgh Typo. Union No. 7 and Pittsburgh Newspaper Publishers' Association, 1953-1954
Folder 24 Newspaper Agreement, December 14, 1952-December 13, 1954
Folder 25 Signed Newspaper Agreement, 1953-1954
Folder 26 William M. Loughner Appeal, 1954
Folder 27 Pittsburgh Central Labor Unions Resolutions, 1954
Folder 28 Supplemental Agreement and Wages; Signed and Approved, 1954
Folder 29 Proposed Contract, 1954-1955
Folder 30 Order of Court in the Estate of Thomas J. Flaherty, August 1955
Folder 31 Brief to the Civil Aeronautics Board, July 7, 1955
Folder 32 Wage Scales, Hours, and Working Condidtions, 1955-1956
Folder 33 Commercial Agreement, 1955-1956
Folder 34 Union Wages and Hours for the Printing Industry, July 1, 1956
Folder 35 Job Scale, 1956
Folder 36 Proposed and Agreed Upon Contract, 1956-1957
Folder 37 Signed Newspaper Contract, 1956-1957
Folder 38 Commercial Agreement with Union Employing Printing Section of Pittsburgh; Signed and Approved, 1957-1958
Folder 39 Newspaper Agreement Signed and Approved by the I.T.U., 1958
Folder 40 Pittsburgh Central Labor Unions Resolutions, 1958
Folder 41 National Labor Relations Board Case of the International Typographical Union v. Roger W. Thomas, 1968
Folder 42 Contracts, December 1970

Map-case 3
Drawer 12 8. List of Prices: Journeyman Printers of Pittsburgh, January 11,1836

Series VII. Officer and Committee Reports

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains reports and records of officers and committees of the Typographical Union No. 7, as well as reports from sources other than the Typographical Union. President’s reports from 1938 to 1951, as well as reports of the Joint Standing Committee from 1939 to 1947, are present. Many other reports written by committees of the Pittsburgh local are included. This series also contains materials from 1940 to 1970 that include pamphlets from annual conferences, programs from anniversary banquets, and reports from conventions with organizations such as the Allied Printing Trades Council, the Union Label Department, and the International Typographical Union.


Box 43
Folder 1 Bryn Mawr Summer School Convention, 1932
Folder 2 Official Report of Charles N. Smith, 1936
Folder 3 President's Report, 1938
Folder 4 Membership Committee and Label Committee Reports, 1938
Folder 5 President's Report, 1939
Folder 6 Report of Joint Standing Committee, February 1939
Folder 7-8 President's Report, 1940
Folder 9 Dinner Dance Materials, December 1940
Folder 10 Report of Bills Printed for Legislature, 1941
Folder 11 President's Report, 1942
Folder 12 President's Report, 1943
Folder 13 Election Reports, 1944
Folder 14 President's Report, 1944
Folder 15 Report of the Joint Standing Committee, 1945
Folder 16 President's Report, 1945
Folder 17 American Legion Central Pittsburgh Post 707 Reort, 1946
Folder 18 Typographical Conference, 1946
Folder 19 President's Report, 1946
Folder 20 Report of the Joint Standing Committee, 1947
Folder 21-23 President's Report, 1947-1949
Folder 24 Hearst Newspaper Chain Conference, 1949
Folder 25 International Typographical Union 92nd Convention, August 1050
Folder 26 President's Report, 1950
Folder 27 Office of Civil Defense Report, 1951
Folder 28 Synopsis Report of the 13th Annual Convention of the Union Label League, 1951
Folder 29 50th Anniversary of the Allied Printing Trades Council, 1951
Folder 30 President's Report, 1951
Folder 31 Report of a Delegate for the 50th Annual Convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, March 31, 1952-April 4, 1952
Folder 32 Anniversary Proclaimation and Photo, 1952
Folder 33 Report on the Pittsburgh International Contemporary Music Festival, 1952
Folder 34 Convention Call of the Union Label Committee, 1953
Folder 35 Synopsis Report of the 15th Annual Convention of the Union Label Department, November 1953
Folder 36 Committee on the Sunnyside School Slide, 1953-1954
Folder 37 Banquet Dance Materials, 1954
Folder 38 Apprentice Committee Materials, 1954
Folder 39 Convention Call of the Union Label Department, 1954
Folder 40 Reports from the Office of the Secretary and Business Manager of Schools Report, July 1954
Folder 41 Annual Report of the School Controller, 1954
Folder 42 Annual Report of the County of Alleghany Department of Aviation, 1954
Folder 43 Report of the Committee on Public Health and Welfare, September 1954
Folder 44 Report of the Committee on Libraries, Parks, and Recreation Facilities, September 1954
Folder 45 Report of the Committee on Public Safety, September 1954
Folder 46 Report of the Committee on Independent County Officers and Elections, October 1954
Folder 47 Report of the Subcommittee on Population, October 1954
Folder 48 Report of the Committee on Public Health and Welfare, October 1954
Folder 49 Report of the Committee on Water Supply and Sanitation, October 1954
Folder 50 Report of the Committee on Public Health and Welfare, October 1954
Folder 51 Report of the Pennsylvania Economy League, November 1954
Folder 52-53 Report of the Committee on Water Supply and Sanitation, November 1954-December 1954
Folder 54 Report of the Committee on Land Use, December 1954
Folder 55 Report of the Committee on Public Health and Welfare, January 1955
Folder 56 Report of the Committee on Transportation and Parking, January 1955
Folder 57 Report of the Committee on Fiscal Practices and Problems, February 1955
Folder 58 Report of the Committee on Public Schools, April 1955

Box 44
Folder 1 Committee on Regional Industrial Development Corp. August 1955
Folder 2 Report of Committee on Highways and Bridges, 1955
Folder 3 Board of Public Education Report, 1955
Folder 4 Voting Information Report from Typo. Union No. 7, 1955
Folder 5 Board of Public Education Preliminary Budget Report, 1955
Folder 6 Auditorium Budget Report, 1956
Folder 7 Youth Service Committee, 1956
Folder 8 City of Pittsburgh Budget Report, 1957
Folder 9 Government Leaders Committee on Problems of Urban Mass Transportation, 1957
Folder 10-11 Youth Service Committee, 1957
Folder 12 Photo from a Government Printing Procurement Conference, October 1969
Folder 13 Materials from the Government Printing Procurement Conference, October 1969
Folder 14 Award Certificate Presented to President Feigel, 1969
Folder 15 Actuarial Report to the Printing Industry Association of Western Pennsylvania, January 1, 1970
Folder 16 Report on the Typo Union Phase Out Plan Concerning Pensions, January 1, 1970
Folder 17 39th Eastern Conference at Philidelphia, March 16-19, 1970
Folder 18 Photograph of the Pittsburgh Point
Item 1 Feigel Award, undated
Item 2 Conference Photo, undated
Volume 1 Book of Phone Numbers, undated

Map-case 3
Drawer 12 9. Drawing of the Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 Building Proposed Addition and Renovations, 1958
10. Photograph of the First Annual International Allied Printing Trades Association Convention, 1969
11. Certificate of Affiliation with the Union Label League of Pennsylvania for the Allied Printing Trades Council of Pittsburgh, December 21, 1938
12. Charter Membership: Allied Printing Trades Council of the American Federation of Labor Pittsburgh District Council Admission to the PA Federation of Labor, March 28, 1939