Guide to the UE National Office Records Relating to District 2 and District 2 Locals, 1936-1990s UE.4.1.2

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ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
UE National Office Records Relating to District 2 and District 2 Locals
Creator
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.
Collection Number
UE.4.1.2
Date
1936-1994
Extent
20.0 linear feet (16 boxes)
Abstract
This series contains files on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) District 2 and its locals collected by the UE national office. Included are correspondence, publications, minutes, and news clippings regarding local strikes, events, and organizing efforts.

Preferred Citation

UE National Office Records Relating to District 2 and District 2 Locals, 1936-1994, UE.4.1.2, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Scope and Content Notes

District 2 of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) consisted of locals in New England and are now part of the UE's Northeast Region. This series contains files on UE District 2 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.

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Arrangement

This series has been arranged into two subseries. The first contains records pertaining to District 2. The other subseries contains records pertaining to specific locals within the district, and are further arranged numerically by local number into sections.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, October 2011

University of Pittsburgh Library System
Archives & Special Collections
Website: library.pitt.edu/archives-special-collections
412-648-3232 (ASC) | 412-648-8190 (Hillman)
Contact Us: www.library.pitt.edu/ask-archivist

Revision Description

 Addition of container list. November 2014

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

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.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America in 1975, 1986, 1997, and 2001.

Processing Information

Portions of this collection were originally processed by Archives Service Center staff. This finding aid was completed by Zachary Brodt in 2011 and the container list was added by Zachary Brodt and Paige Morfitt in 2014.

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Related Materials

Related Material

UE District 2 Records, 1950s-1980s, UE.15.2, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 219 Records, 1980s-1990s, UE.16.219, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 223 Records, 1970s-1980s, UE.16.223, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 274 Records, 1940s-1992, UE.16.274, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 277 Records, 1980s, UE.16.277, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 284 Records, 1970s-1990s, UE.16.284, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 291 Records, 1970s-1980s, UE.16.291, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

UE Local 299 Records, 1980s-1990s, UE.16.299, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. District 2.
  • United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America.

Personal Name(s)

  • Emspak, Julius, 1904-1962
  • Matles, James J.

Subject(s)

  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- New England -- History
  • Electric industry workers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History
  • Labor
  • Labor unions -- New England -- History -- 20th century
  • Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century

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Previous Citation

UE National Office Records Relating to District 2 and District 2 Locals, 1936-1990s, UE.4.1.2, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

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Collection Inventory

Subseries  1. District 2 

  BoxFolder
District 2 Local Actions, January 30-February 20, 1953 11
  Folder
District 2 Constitution, April 13, 1944-November 6, 1953 2
  Folder
District 2 Constitution, April 1943-April 1953 3
  Folder
District 2 Council Directory, November 1962 4
  Folder
District 2 President Paul Seymour, June 14, 1949-December 3, 1956 5
 1. Paul Seymour to All Springfield and Holyoke Locals, June 14, 1949 
 2. Seymour to UE Members Regarding Taft-Hartley and Unemployment with "Know the Score" Card, June 14, 1949 
 3. Seymour to All Locals Regarding Local 262 Keystone Strike with The Keystone Story, August 16, 1949 
 4. Seymour to All District 2 Locals Regarding Factionalism, September 27, 1949 
 5. Seymour to UE Members Regarding 1949 UE Convention and Factionalism with Statement on Collective Bargaining, Statement of UE General Executive Board and Duties and Privileges of Membership, 1949 
 6. Seymour to All District 2 Staff Members Regarding Finances, April 27, 1953 
 7. Seymour to District 2 Staff Regarding Finances, May 14, 1953 
 8. Seymour to UE Regarding Bridgeport-New Haven Conference, May 28, 1953 
 9. Seymour to All District 2 Staff Members Regarding National Labor Relations Board, September 1, 1953 
 10. Seymour to All UE District 2 Locals Regarding Local 299 Bradley Laboratories Strike, November 6, 1956 
 11. Seymour to All District 2 Locals Regarding Local 271 Turner Tanning Strike, November 6, 1956 
 12. Seymour to All District 2 Locals Regarding Local 259 Cescco Container and Local 299 Bradley Laboratories Strikes, December 3, 1956 
 13. Seymour Letter Regarding Address Change 
  Folder
District 2 President Paul Seymour, January 18, 1956-September 27, 1960 6
  Folder
District 2 President Paul Seymour, December 1, 1960-December 27, 1963 7
  Folder
District 2 President Paul Seymour, January 16, 1964-August 4, 1974 8
  Folder
District 2 President James M. Kane, October 20, 1971-March 4, 1980 9
  Folder
District 2 Boston Council Meetings, October 11, 1957-August 11, 1966 10
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes, May 9, 1942-May 18,1945 11
 1. District Council Minutes, May 9, 1942 
 2. District Council Minutes with District 2 Constitutional Amendments, Attendance, Ellsworth Grant Speech, and Reports of Veterans, War Labor Board Resolution, Public Affairs, and Press and Public Relations Panels, May 18, 1945 
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes with District 2 Constitutional Amendments, Attendance, Ellsworth Grant Speech, and Reports of Veterans, War Labor Board Resolution, Public Affairs, and Press and Public Relations Panels, May 18, 1945 12
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes with Russ Nixon Report, Local 262 Veterans Committee Resolution, Trustees Report, Attendance and Statements by Oliver Arsenault, Josephine Willard, Charles Klim Kowski, Albert Smith, Michael Berescik, Albert Fitzgerald, April 11, 1947 13
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes with Report and Recommendations of Appeals Committee, Roll Call Votes and Attendance, June 21, 1947 14
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes, July 18-October 12, 1947 15
 1. District Council Minutes with Resolutions Regarding Housing, Wages, House Un-American Activities Committee, Factionalism, Political Action, Machine Tool Industry, and Foreign Policy; David Scribner, Political Action, and Trustees Reports; and Attendance List, July 18, 1947 
 2. District Council Minutes with Attendance, October 12, 1947 
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes, January 10-April 17, 1948 16
 1. District Council Minutes with Trustees Report, Paul Seymour Letter to Harold Senior and Attendance, January 10, 1948 
 2. District Council Minutes with Trustees Report; Resolution Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry; April 19, 1948, Seymour Letter to Philip Murray Regarding UAW Inter-union Rivalry; and Attendance, April 17, 1948 
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes with Trustees Report; Resolutions on Wages, Unemployment, and Social and Labor Legislation; Roll Call and Attendance; and Memoranda on Trustees Report and Unemployment Compensation, January 15, 1949 17-18
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes, April 9-July 8, 1949 19
 1. District Council Minutes with Locals in Attendance and Trustees, Wages, Unemployment, Legislation, and James Matles Reports, April 9, 1949 
 2. District Council Minutes with Trustees Report; Support of GE Negotiating Committee; Remarks of Secretary-Treasurer Julius Emspak; Resolution on Wages; July 7, 1949, Joseph Dermody Letter to All General Electric Locals Regarding Factionalism; Summary of David Scribner Report Regarding Factionalism; June 9, 1949, WBRK Six O'Clock Newscast Script; and Attendance List of Locals, July 8, 1949 
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes, October 29, 1949-October 20, 1951 20
 1. District Council Minutes with Trustees Report, October 29, 1949 
 2. District Council Minutes with Financial Report and Attendance, October 15, 1950 
 3. District Council Minutes with Financial Report, October 20, 1951 
  Folder
District 2 Council Minutes, January 14, 1983-February 20, 1993 21
  Folder
District 2 Council Resolutions, June 16, 1942-April 9, 1949 22
 1. Resolution Regarding John L. Lewis and Foreign Policy, June 16, 1942 
 2. Resolution Regarding Victory Program, June 16, 1942 
 3. Resolution Regarding Harry Bridges Deportation, June 16, 1942 
 4. Resolution Regarding Racism, June 16, 1942 
 5. Resolution Regarding Inflation, June 16, 1942 
 6. Resolution Regarding Anglo-Soviet Trade Union Committee, June 16, 1942 
 7. Resolution Regarding Second Front, June 16, 1942 
 8. Resolution Regarding Women, June 16, 1942 
 9. Resolution Regarding Civilian Conservation Corps and National Youth Administration, June 16, 1942 
 10. Resolution Regarding Win the War Labor Conference, June 16, 1942 
 11. Resolution Regarding Reconversion, August 14, 1945 
 12. Resolution Regarding World Federation of Trade Unions with Paul Seymour Letter, November 25, 1945 
 13. Resolution Regarding Unemployment, April 9, 1949 
 14. Resolution Regarding Old Age Pensions, April 9, 1949 
 15. Resolution Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, April 9, 1949 
 16. Resolution Regarding Full Employment, April 9, 1949 
 17. Resolution Regarding UE Policy and Factionalism, April 9, 1949 
  Folder
District 2 Executive Council Resolution Regarding Political Action with January 29, 1948, Paul Seymour Letter to All Locals, January 28, 1948 23
  Folder
District 2 Staff Meeting Minutes, June 18-July 15, 1941 24
  Folder
District 2 Connecticut Reports, September-December 1943 25
 1. Report with October 21, 1943, Charles Rivers Letter to Julius Emspak, September 1943 
 2-3. Reports, October-December 1943 
  Folder
District 2 Connecticut Reports, January-August 1944 26
 1. Report, January 1944 
 2. Report with Joseph Adams Letter to All United Auto Workers, UE and United Steelworkers of America Locals, May-June 1944 
 3. Report, July-August 1944 
  Folder
District 2 Northern New England Reports, July-November 1944 27
  Folder
District 2 Eastern Massachusetts Staff Meetings, December 6, 1943-January 3, 1944 28
  Folder
District 2 Connecticut Staff Meetings, June 3-December 22, 1944 29
 1. Meeting with June 8, 1944, Charles Rivers Letter to Julius Emspak, June 3, 1944 
 2. Meeting with August 21, 1944, Rivers Letter to Emspak, August 18, 1944 
 3. Meeting with January 16, 1945, Hugh Harley Letter to Emspak, December 22, 1944 
  Folder
District 2 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services Committee Report, January 26, 1971 30
  Folder
District 2 Disposition of Connecticut UE Staff, September 21, 1944-October 1, 1945 31
  Folder
District 2 Disposition of Massachusetts Staff, October 1945-December 1947 32
  Folder
District 2 Staff Meeting Minutes, December 11, 1943-November 5, 1945 33
 1. Western Massachusetts Staff Meeting, December 11, 1943 
 2. Bridgeport Area Report, November 18, 1944 
 3. Massachusetts and Rhode Island Staff Meeting, October 19, 1945 
 4. Hartford Report, November 5, 1945 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming George Breiner Correspondence, January 2, 1941-September 24, 1942 34
 1. Julius Emspak Telegram Regarding Local 277, December 16, 1941 
 2. Emspak Letter, July 24, 1942 
 3-4. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 7-21, 1942 
 5. Nat Geller Regarding Finances, September 24, 1942 
 6. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 2, 1941 
 7. Matles Regarding Morse Twist Drill, Office of Production Mobilization and Unfair Labor Practices, October 31, 1941 
 8-10. Matles Regarding Organizers Report, December 12, 1941-January 14, 1942 
 11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 15, 1942 
 12. Matles Telegram Regarding Staff Members, January 15, 1942 
 13-15. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 27-February 12, 1942 
 16-17. Matles Regarding Organizers Reports, March 30-April 29, 1942 
 18. Matles Regarding Morse Twist Drill Organization, April 30, 1942 
 19. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Conscription, May 4, 1942 
 20. Matles Regarding Supplies, June 9, 1942 
 21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 2, 1942 
  Folder
District 2 Outgoing George Breiner Correspondence, December 15, 1941-September 10, 1942 35
 1. George Breiner to James Matles Regarding Morse Twist Drill Organization, December 15, 1941 
 2. Breiner Telegram to Matles Regarding Conscription, December 23, 1941 
 3. Breiner Telegram to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 16, 1942 
 4. Breiner to Matles Regarding Morse Twist Drill, January 16, 1942 
 5. Breiner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 20, 1942 
 6. Breiner to Matles Regarding Organizers Conference, February 11, 1942 
 7. Breiner Telegram to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, February 22, 1942 
 8. Breiner Telegram to Matles Regarding Machine Shops and Wages, February 26, 1942 
 9. Breiner to Matles Regarding Conscription, March 9, 1942 
 10. Breiner to Matles Regarding Supplies, March 30, 1942 
 11. Breiner to Matles Regarding Publicity, March 10, 1942 
 12-13. Breiner Telegram to Matles Regarding Conscription, May 9-12, 1942 
 14. Breiner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 26, 1942 
 15. Breiner to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, May 26, 1942 
 16. Breiner to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 29, 1942 
 17. Breiner to Matles Regarding Address Change, September 10, 1942 
 18. Breiner Telegram to Matles Regarding Conscription, 1942 
 19. Breiner Telegram to Matles 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Matthew Campbell Correspondence, April 24, 1936-May 24, 1937 36
 1. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 15, 1937 
 2. Barish Regarding District Constitutions, February 26, 1937 
 3. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 8, 1937 
 4. Barish Regarding District 2 Locals with Secretaries and Plants of District 2, March 31, 1937 
 5. Barish Regarding District 2 Locals with a List of District 2 Locals, May 20, 1937 
 6. Barish Regarding Credentials, June 7, 1937 
 7. James Carey Regarding American Bosch Magneto, Bridgeport General Electric, and Sickle Coil Organization and People's Press, April 24, 1936 
 8. Carey Regarding Local 204, Camden RCA and Supplies, July 30, 1936 
 9. Carey Telegram Regarding Wages, November 19, 1936 
 10. Carey Regarding American Bosch Magneto and National Labor Relations Board, November 24, 1936 
 11. Carey Regarding Springfield Westinghouse, January 14, 1937 
 12. Carey Regarding District Council, Stackpole Resister and Bridgeport General Electric, January 22, 1937 
 13. Carey Regarding Westinghouse and Staff Members, February 18, 1937 
 14-16. Carey Telegram, February-April, 1937 
 17. Carey Regarding S.B. Lederer Strike with Carey Letter to Morris Brown and May 23, 1937, Brown Letter to Carey, May 24, 1937 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Matthew Campbell Correspondence, April 22, 1936-May 2, 1941 37
 1. James Carey Regarding Local 724 and Local 732 Lima, OH, Westinghouse, September 16, 1937 
 2-3. Carey Regarding Factionalism, November 25-December 5, 1940 
 4. Carey Telegram Regarding Local 251 Molloy Collective Bargaining, January 17, 1941 
 5. Carey Telegram Regarding Hanson Whitney Strike, May 2, 1941 
 6. Alice Dodge Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, October 15, 1937 
 7. Julius Emspak Regarding Charters, April 22, 1936 
 8. Emspak Letter, April 29, 1936 
 9. Emspak Regarding Bosch Magneto Sickle Coil Organization, May 11, 1936 
 10. Emspak Regarding American Federation of Labor, May 25, 1936 
 11. Emspak Regarding Local 205, Supplies and Schenectady General Electric Strike, June 16, 1936 
 12. Emspak Regarding Supplies and Local 301 Schenectady General Electric Collective Bargaining, June 18, 1936 
 13. Emspak Regarding Local 103 RCA, Local 106 Wirth and Local 603 Pittsburgh Meter Strikes, July 3, 1936 
 14. Emspak Regarding Bridgeport General Electric Organization and Local 103 RCA Strike, July 18, 1936 
 15. Emspak Letter, August 11, 1936 
 16. Emspak Regarding Bridgeport General Electric, August 11, 1936 
 17. Emspak Regarding International Association of Machinists, Federation of Metal and Allied Unions and Eisman Magneto, October 29, 1936 
 18. Emspak Regarding Springfield Westinghouse Organization, Camden RCA National Labor Relations Board Election and Lester Westinghouse, November 10, 1936 
 19. Emspak Telegram Regarding Bosch Magneto Wages and Eisman Magneto, November 18, 1936 
 20. Emspak Regarding Bosch Magneto and East Pittsburgh Westinghouse Organization, Schenectady General Electric NLRB Election, Bridgeport General Electric Strike and CIO, December 17, 1936 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Matthew Campbell Correspondence, May 14, 1937-May 13, 1941 38
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, Organizing and Milton Bradley Strikes, May 14, 1937 
 2. Emspak Regarding UE Conventions, July 1, 1937 
 3. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 3, 1937 
 4. Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 19, 1937 
 5. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 6, 1937 
 6. Emspak Regarding Bosch Machine Tool, Providence and UE Convention, August 20, 1937 
 7. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 28, 1937 
 8. Emspak Regarding Local 246, December 2, 1937 
 9. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Milton Bradley Strike, February 5, 1938 
 10. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 13, 1940 
 11. Emspak Regarding Local 206, November 27, 1940 
 12. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, December 23, 1940 
 13-15. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 14-March 11, 1941 
 16. Emspak Regarding Local Secretaries, May 13, 1941 
 17. Powers Hapgood Regarding New England Congress of Industrial Organizations with New England Council CIO Financial Report, October 14, 1937 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Matthew Campbell Correspondence, June 22, 1937-May 28, 1941 39
 1. James Matles Regarding Organization, June 22, 1937 
 2. Matles Regarding Recieved Letters, September 9, 1937 
 3. Matles Regarding Pittsfield General Electric Unemployment, November 1, 1937 
 4. Matles Regarding Supplies, November 19, 1937 
 5. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 20, 1937 
 6. Matles Regarding Chicopee Falls Westinghouse and Runaway Shops, December 29, 1937 
 7. Matles Regarding Springfield Westinghouse and Runaway Shops, January 6, 1938 
 8. Matles Regarding Rhode Island Unemployment with November 1937 State of Rhode Island Employee Report, January 8, 1938 
 9. Matles Regarding Bridgeport and Bryant General Electric Unemployment, January 27, 1938 
 10. Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, Allis Chalmers, Electric, and Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists and Technicians, March 1, 1938 
 11. Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Aerovox, November 26, 1940 
 12. Matles Regarding Aerovox and Staff Members, December 16, 1940 
 13-17. Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 18, 1940-March 7, 1941 
 18. Matles Regarding Organization, March 13, 1941 
 19-21. Matles Regarding Staff Members, April 25-May 14, 1941 
 22. Matles Regarding Connecticut Organization and Boston Staff Members, May 28, 1941 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Matthew Campbell Correspondence, October 13-September 2, 1937 40
 1. William Mitchell Telegram Regarding Local 206 Officers Election, October 13, 1937 
 2. Charles Newell Regarding Organization, District Council, Finances and Unemployment, November 14, 1937 
 3. George Wilson Regarding Pittsfield General Electric and Staff Members with January 2, 1941, Staff Finances, September 2, 1937 
  Folder
District 2 Outgoing Matthew Campbell Correspondence, May 11, 1936-November 24, 1937 41
 1. Matthew Campbell to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 603 Organization and American Federation of Labor, May 11, 1936 
 2. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Local 301 Officers and Locals 204, 205 and 206, June 17, 1936 
 3. Campbell Telegram to J. Emspak Regarding Bridgeport General Electric, July 21, 1936 
 4. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Local 204 and Unfair Labor Practices, July 27, 1936 
 5. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding American Bosch and Wages, November 5, 1936 
 6. Campbell Telegram to James Carey Regarding Wages, November 19, 1936 
 7. Campbell to Carey Regarding Local 206 American Bosch Collective Bargaining, 1936 
 8. Campbell Telegram to Carey, January 25, 1937 
 9. Campbell to Carey Regarding Pittsfield Bridgeport General Electric Organization, February 2, 1937 
 10. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 2, 1937 
 11. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 7, 1937 
 12. Campbell to J. Emspak, June 5, 1937 
 13. Campbell Telegram to James Matles, June 23, 1937 
 14. Campbell Telegram to Stella Emspak Regarding General Executive Board Minutes, June 28, 1937 
 15. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding 1937 UE Constitution, June 28, 1937 
 16. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 19, 1937 
 17. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Rhode Island Staff Finances and Bridgeport General Electric, August 3, 1937 
 18. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Rhode Island Supplies, August 18, 1937 
 19. Campbell to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 14, 1937 
 20. Campbell to Carey Regarding Local 720 and Anti-communism, September 29, 1937 
 21. Campbell to Carey, October 19, 1937 
 22. Campbell to J. Emspak Regarding Local 246 Staff Members, November 24, 1937 
  Folder
District 2 Outgoing Matthew Campbell Correspondence, January 5, 1938-January 8, 1941 42
 1. Matthew Campbell to James Carey Regarding Chicopee Falls Westinghouse and Runaway Shops, January 5, 1938 
 2. Campbell to Julius Emspak Regarding Milton Bradley Strike, Unemployment, Springfield Westinghouse and American Bosch, February 4, 1938 
 3. Campbell to Matles Regarding Local 242, White Collar Workers, Wages and Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists and Technicians, February 28, 1938 
 4. Campbell to Emspak Regarding Committee to Defend America, Hours and Staff Finances, January 8, 1941 
 5. Campbell Telegram to Carey Regarding Harson Whitney Strike 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, July 22, 1944-November 7, 1955 43
 1-5. Janet Barish Regarding Staff Members, July 22, 1944-February 21, 1947 
 6. Barish Regarding Local 273 and Political Action Committee, March 17, 1948 
 7. Barish Regarding Finances, October 28, 1948 
 8. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 16, 1949 
 9. Barish Regarding Local 214 Keystone Strike, October 26, 1949 
 10. Barish Regarding Massachusetts Department of Labor, February 17, 1950 
 11. Barish Regarding Finances, October 3, 1950 
 12. Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 23, 1951 
 13. Barish Regarding Local 231 and Finances, June 7, 1952 
 14. Barish Letter, February 17, 1953 
 15. Barish Regarding "Game of Death" with May 14, 1954, John Sheehan Letter to UE, May 18, 1954 
 16. Barish Regarding Finance, November 7, 1955 
 17. Manny Bawos Regarding Finances, May 1952 
 18. Donald Bollens Regarding Local 241 and Finances, November 4, 1945 
 19. William Cahn Regarding Supplies, April 3, 1947 
 20. Cahn Regarding Publicity, May 27, 1947 
 21. Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention, June 2, 1947 
 22. Cahn Regarding Political Action Committee and Publicity, August 21, 1947 
  BoxFolder
District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, November 24, 1943-March 8,1951 21
 1. William Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention and Publicity, September 3, 1947 
 2. Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 9, 1947 
 3. Cahn Regarding Publicity, September 12, 1947 
 4. Cahn Regarding 1947 Congress of Industrial Organizations Proceedings, December 5, 1947 
 5. Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention Proceedings, December 9, 1947 
 6. Cahn Regarding Mailing List, March 8, 1951 
 7. Joseph Dermody Regarding Staff Members, October 19, 1945 
 8. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 24, 1943 
 9. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 209 and 283, December 14, 1943 
 10. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 20, 1943 
 11. Emspak Regarding District 2 Meeting, January 21, 1944 
 12. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, June 28, 1944 
 13. Emspak Regarding Finances with Memo to Janet, September 5, 1944 
 14. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 4, 1944 
 15. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 5, 1944 
 16-18. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 6-11, 1944 
 19. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 12, 1944 
 20-21. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 25-November 2, 1944 
 22. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 1, 1944 
 23. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 4, 1944 
 24. Emspak Regarding Local 286 and Staff Members, December 20, 1944 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 2, 1945-May 5, 1947 2
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 2, 1945 
 2. Emspak Regarding Local 298 and Finances, January 15, 1945 
 3-4. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 30-February 23, 1945 
 5. Emspak Letter, February 28, 1945 
 6. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 2, 1945 
 7. Emspak Regarding Local 206 Conscription with March 23, 1945, Frank Broderick Letter to Emspak, March 27, 1945 
 8. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with March 21, 1945, Helen Flynn Caproni Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, March 28, 1945 
 9. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 4, 1945 
 10-11. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 5-6, 1945 
 12. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 2, 1945 
 13. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1947 
 14. Emspak Regarding Finances, June 4, 1945 
 15. Emspak Regarding Local 291 Finances, June 14, 1945 
 16. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, July 3, 1945 
 17. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 6, 1945 
 18. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 21, 1945 
 19. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, October 18, 1945 
 20. Ray Klausner Regarding Local 735, October 22, 1945 
 21. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, October 23, 1945 
 22. Emspak Regarding District 2 Officers, October 29, 1945 
 23. Clara Hall Regarding Connecticut Congress of Industrial Organizations Convention, November 28, 1945 
  Folder
District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, February 25, 1946-November 7, 1947 3
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 257 Wire Products Collective Bargaining, February 25, 1946 
 2. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 1, 1946 
 3. Emspak Regarding Local 209 Westinghouse Strike, March 27, 1946 
 4. Emspak Regarding Westinghouse and General Electric Strikes and National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, April 4, 1946 
 5. Emspak Regarding Templeton Radio, April 17, 1946 
 6. Emspak Regarding Cole Harsee, May 13, 1946 
 7. Helen Lief Telegram Regarding Connecticut Malleable Castings Strike, June 8, 1946 
 8. Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, June 18, 1946 
 9. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 17, 1946 
 10. Emspak Regarding Hytron Strike, October 3, 1946 
 11. Emspak Regarding Finances, Unemployment and Locals 254, 284 and 286, October 9, 1946 
 12. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 18, 1946 
 13. Emspak Regarding Dues and Part-time Workers, October 24, 1946 
 14. Emspak Regarding Local 257 and Finances, November 7, 1947 
 15. Emspak Regarding Locals 203, 248 and 269 and Finances, December 4, 1946 
 16. Emspak Regarding Locals 214 and 229, January 8, 1947 
 17-19. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 28-March 12, 1947 
 20. Emspak Letter, April 3, 1947 
 21. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 5, 1947 
 22. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1947 
 23. Emspak Regarding Local 284 and Arbitrations, May 21, 1947 
 24. Emspak Regarding Local 262 A.S. Campbell Strike, May 27, 1947 
 25. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 29, 1947 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, June 6, 1947-July 25, 1948 4
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 262 Cole Hersee Strike with June 5, 1947, Arthur Hannigan Telegram to Emspak, June 6, 1947 
 2. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with June 18 and July 14, 1947, Bills, June 18, 1947 
 3. Emspak Regarding Local 203 and Finances, July 23, 1947 
 4. Emspak Regarding Local 297 and International Ladies Garment Workers Union, September 2, 1947 
 5. Emspak Regarding St. Pierre Chain Strike, September 18, 1947 
 6. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 13, 1947 
 7. Emspak Regarding Local 294 Disbanding with October 10, 1947, Donald Bollen Letter to Emspak Regarding Local 294 St. Pierre Chain Strike, October 21, 1947 
 8. Emspak Regarding UE News and Locals 221 and 238, November 10, 1947 
 9. Emspak Regarding Local Constitutions and Finances, November 20, 1947 
 10. Emspak Letter, December 15, 1947 
 11. Emspak Regarding Local 257 E.W. Pitman Strike with January 19, 1948, Leonard Hummrich Letter to Emspak, January 20, 1948 
 12. Emspak Regarding Finances, Mailing List and Local Constitutions, January 26, 1948 
 13. Emspak Regarding American Jewish Labor Council, February 16, 1948 
 14-15. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 20-March 25, 1948 
 16-18. Emspak Regarding Boston General Electric Service Strike, March 26-April 15, 1948 
 19. Emspak Regarding Massachusetts Department of Labor and Industries, April 19, 1948 
 20-22. Emspak Regarding Boston General Electric Strike, April 30-June 7, 1948 
 23. Emspak Regarding Stewards, July 21, 1948 
 24. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1948 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, September 30, 1948-December 5, 1950 5
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 30, 1948 
 2. Emspak Regarding Local 284, October 13, 1948 
 3. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 2, 1948 
 4. Emspak Telegram, December 6, 1948 
 5. Emspak Regarding Local 253, January 6, 1949 
 6. Emspak Regarding District 2 Officers, March 22, 1949 
 7. Emspak Regarding Keystone Strike and Finances, May 31, 1949 
 8. Emspak Regarding Belmont and Hoover Strikes, June 7, 1949 
 9. Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, June 21, 1949 
 10. Emspak Regarding Allan Rosenberg Trials, August 25, 1949 
 11. Emspak Regarding Local 214 and Finances, September 2, 1949 
 12. Emspak Regarding Local 253 and Unemployment, September 6, 1949 
 13-14. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 2-December 14, 1949 
 15. Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board Elections, Taft-Hartley and Affidavits, December 22, 1949 
 16. Emspak Regarding Local 203 and Factionalism, January 25, 1950 
 17. Emspak Regarding Local 202 Factionalism and Westinghouse Strike, February 21, 1950 
 18-20. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 27-September 11, 1950 
 21. Emspak Regarding Local 205 Finances and UE Constitution with November 22, 1950, Grant Reeves Letter to Emspak and Local List, November 29, 1950 
 22. Emspak Regarding Local 216 and Finances, December 5, 1950 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 15, 1951-March 2, 1954 6
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Check-off, January 15, 1951 
 2. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 31, 1951 
 3. Emspak Regarding Political Action, March 12, 1951 
 4-5. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 21-April 5, 1951 
 6. Emspak Regarding High Treason, April 23, 1951 
 7. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24, 1951 
 8. Emspak Regarding High Treason, April 27, 1951 
 9. Emspak Regarding Locals 205, 261 and 297 and Finances, May 2, 1951 
 10. Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 16, 1951 
 11. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 28, 1951 
 12. Emspak Regarding Local 224 and Finances, July 27, 1951 
 13. Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 20, 1951 
 14. Emspak Regarding Local 236 Strike, September 27, 1951 
 15. Emspak Regarding Local 237 and Finances, October 26, 1951 
 16-17. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 12, 1951-January 28, 1952 
 18. Emspak Regarding UE Fighting Fund, May 7, 1952 
 19. Emspak Regarding District 2 Strikes, September 24, 1952 
 20. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 18, 1953 
 21. Emspak Regarding Staff Meeting, January 6, 1954 
 22. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 24, 1954 
 23. Emspak Regarding Local 205 and Finances, March 2, 1954 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 8, 1954-December 27, 1955 7
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 8, 1954 
 2. Emspak Regarding Warren Wire Strike, August 2, 1954 
 3. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 290, 298 and 299, November 15, 1954 
 4. Emspak Regarding Mill Town, December 13, 1954 
 5. Emspak Regarding Local 221 Warren Wire Strike, February 11, 1955 
 6. Emspak Regarding Local 207, May 6, 1955 
 7. Emspak Letter, May 31, 1955 
 8. Emspak Regarding Local 297, June 6, 1955 
 9. Emspak Regarding Local 275 Strike and Finances, June 6, 1955 
 10. Emspak Regarding Local 231 Baxter Whitney, June 22, 1955 
 11. Emspak Regarding Massachusetts Commission Hearings, July 19, 1955 
 12. Emspak Regarding Finances and Anti-communism, July 27, 1955 
 13. Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 224 and 262, August 25, 1955 
 14. Emspak Regarding Locals 224, 231 and 262, September 9, 1955 
 15-16. Emspak Regarding Finances, November 7-December 27, 1955 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 22, 1945-October 11, 1949 8
 1. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 261 Officers, January 22, 1945 
 2. Ray Klausner Regarding Local 255 Officers with March 12, 1945, John Callahan Letter to Fitzgerald, March 15, 1945 
 3. Klausner Regarding District Council Meeting, October 22, 1945 
 4. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding District Council Meeting, April 9, 1946 
 5. Fitzgerald Letter, May 29, 1946 
 6. Fitzgerald Regarding Thomas Nivens Appeal, October 9, 1946 
 7. Fitzgerald Letter, October 22, 1946 
 8. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Local 286 andTypewriter Industry with February 7, 1947, Adrian LeBlanco Letter to Julius Emspak, February 14, 1947 
 9. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Local 279 Amalgamation, February 28, 1947 
 10. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Massachusetts Department of Labor and Industries, March 26, 1947 
 11. Fitzgerald Regarding Springfield, March 31, 1947 
 12. Fitzgerald Regarding District 2 Constitutions, May 6, 1947 
 13. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Local 274, June 16, 1947 
 14. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding District 2 Stewards and Factionalism, June 18, 1947 
 15. Klausner Regarding High Standard and Local 243, August 26, 1947 
 16. Klausner Regarding Finances, September 8, 1947 
 17. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Fair Employee Practices Commission, September 12, 1947 
 18. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Local 207 New Britain Machine Strike, January 2, 1948 
 19. Fitzgerald's Secretary Letter, January 7, 1948 
 20. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Factionalism, September 24, 1948 
 21. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Finances with Quarterly Audits Not Recieved, January 13, 1949 
 22. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Finances with June, July and August Per Capita Statements, October 11, 1949 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 23, 1950-March 25, 1954 9
 1. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Local 202 Women, January 23, 1950 
 2. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Fair Employee Practices Commission with June 16, 1950, Report of Fair Practices Committee, June 20, 1950 
 3. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Finances with Audit Reports, October 30, 1950 
 4. Ray Klausner Regarding Finances, January 19, 1951 
 5-6. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Finances, May 7-17, 1951 
 7. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Women's Conference with Note, November 18, 1952 
 8. Klausner Regarding Finances, November 20, 1952 
 9. Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, August 20, 1953 
 10. Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Finances, August 28, 1953 
 11-12. Klausner Regarding Finances, November 9-13, 1953 
 13. Fitzgerald Letter, March 25, 1954 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, July 29, 1944-April 6, 1955 10
 1. Harold Hastings Regarding Local 218 and Finances, July 29, 1948 
 2-3. Ray Klausner Telegram, November 24-December 4, 1944 
 4. Klausner Letter, June 1, 1945 
 5. Klausner Telegram, June 5, 1945 
 6. Klausner Regarding Local 203 and Finances, August 14, 1945 
 7. Klausner Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 243 and 285, September 4, 1947 
 8. Klausner Regarding McIntire, April 15, 1948 
 9. Klausner Regarding Local 214 and Finances, February 6, 1952 
 10. Klausner Regarding Local 239 and 1954 Convention Proceedings, April 6, 1955 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 20, 1943-October 17, 1946 11
 1. James Matles Letter, May 20, 1943 
 2. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 28, 1943 
 3-4. Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, October 23-30, 1945 
 5-6. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 27, 1945 
 7. Matles Regarding Local 259, December 3, 1945 
 8. Matles Regarding Local 241 Finances, December 12, 1945 
 9. Matles Regarding Sprague Organization, January 3, 1946 
 10. Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 3, 1946 
 11. Matles Letter, February 22, 1946 
 12. Matles Regarding Local 244 and National Committee of Thermal Control Workers, March 4, 1946 
 13. Matles Regarding Local 205 and Factionalism, March 12, 1946 
 14. Matles Letter with March 15, 1946 Manuel Silva Letter to Matles, March 22, 1946 
 15. Matles Regarding Connecticut, April 10, 1946 
 16. Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 27, 1946 
 17. Selma Kaslick Letter, May 29, 1946 
 18. Kaslick Regarding Local 218 and Morre and Thompson Organization, May 31, 1946 
 19. Kaslick Regarding Organizers Report, July 11, 1946 
 20. Matles Regarding Worcester Telechron Factionalism and Collective Bargaining with August 9, 1946, Martin Williams Letter to Matles, August 14, 1946 
 21-22. Kaslick Letter, September 26-October 17, 1946 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, February 1, 1947-July 25, 1950 12
 1. James Matles Regarding Electromotive Organization, February 1, 1947 
 2. Matles Regarding Local 430 and Staff Members, February 4, 1947 
 3. Matles Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism with February 7, 1947, Memo, February 10, 1947 
 4-6. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 11-May 19, 1947 
 7. Matles Regarding Local 284 and Finances, May 20, 1947 
 8. Matles Regarding Local 262 and Staff Members, June 9, 1947 
 9. Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Radio Broadcasts with Matles Letter to Edwin Smith and June 30, 1947, Smith Letter to Matles, July 3, 1947 
 10-11. Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 8-August 1, 1947 
 12. Matles Regarding Local 257 and Finances, September 17, 1947 
 13. Matles Regarding Political Action Committee, October 29, 1947 
 14. Matles Letter, April 13, 1948 
 15. Matles Regarding Local 202, July 8, 1948 
 16. Matles Regarding Staff Members with Selma Memo to Janet, November 1, 1948 
 17. Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 28, 1949 
 18. Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, November 17, 1949 
 19. Matles Telegram Regarding Greenfield Tap and Die, January 24, 1950 
 20. Matles Regarding Staff Members, February 6, 1950 
 21. Matles Regarding Local 224, Westinghouse and Inter-union Rivalry, April 28, 1950 
 22. Matles' Secretary Regarding Staff Members, July 17, 1950 
 23. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 25, 1950 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, July 11, 1951-November 16, 1955 13
 1. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 11, 1951 
 2. Matles Letter, October 10, 1951 
 3. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, November 29, 1951 
 4. Matles Regarding Finances and Locals 262 and 224, January 8, 1952 
 5. Matles Regarding Local 262 and Finances, January 23, 1952 
 6. Matles Regarding Finances and Locals 262 and 224, June 13, 1952 
 7. Matles Regarding Finances and A.S. Campbell, June 13, 1952 
 8. Matles' Secretary Letter, October 13, 1952 
 9. Matles Regarding International Harvester Conference Board, November 6, 1952 
 10. Matles Regarding Matles Deportation, November 13, 1952 
 11. Matles Telegram Regarding Local 119, December 3, 1952 
 12. Matles Regarding Local 286 and Factionalism, December 31, 1952 
 13. Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, January 30, 1953 
 14-15. Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board, July 30-August 7, 1953 
 16. Matles Regarding Boston McCarthy Hearings, February 4, 1954 
 17. Matles Regarding 1947 Congress of Industrial Organizations Convention Minutes, February 15, 1954 
 18. Matles Regarding Local 208 and Finances, March 19, 1954 
 19. Matles' Secretary Letter, March 30, 1954 
 20. Matles' Secretary Regarding Local 286 with June 19, 1945, Waino Sucokko Letter to Jim Regarding Anti-communism, June 21, 1954 
 21. Matles Regarding Warren Wire Strike, November 24 ,1954 
 22. Matles Regarding Staff Members, October 24, 1955 
 23. Matles Regarding Local 209 and Publicity, November 16, 1955 
 24. Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 16, 1955 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, September 8, 1944-October 7, 1955 14
 1. Edward Matthews Regarding Local 202 and Springfield Westinghouse Strike, April 22, 1946 
 2. Matthews Regarding Local 209 Stewards Class and Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, March 3, 1947 
 3. Matthews Regarding Incentive, April 28, 1948 
 4. James McLeish Regarding UE Service Men and Veterans Committee, September 8, 1944 
 5. McLeish Regarding Fair Practices Committee, March 3, 1948 
 6. Tom Neil Telegram, February 27, 1946 
 7. Russ Nixon Regarding Local 262, September 9, 1947 
 8. Nixon Regarding Political Action with Nixon Letter to Edward Peirce and "This is How I See It", October 9, 1947 
 9-10. Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, October 9-December 4, 1947 
 11. Nixon Regarding Political Action, August 25, 1953 
 12. Nixon Regarding District 2 Convention, Matles Deportation and Political Action, October 7, 1955 
 13. David Ratner Regarding Staff Members, March 6, 1946 
 14. Ratner Letter, October 12, 1946 
 15. Ratner Regarding Finances, August 22, 1947 
 16. Ratner Regarding Local 226 and Finances, December 4, 1947 
 17-19. Ratner Regarding Finances, June 14, 1949-May 20, 1952 
 20. Benjamin Riskin Letter, May 9, 1946 
 21. Riskin Regarding Radio Industry, October 4, 1946 
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District 2 Incoming Paul Seymour Correspondence, June 8, 1945-September 26, 1950 15
 1. David Scribner Letter, June 8, 1945 
 2. Scribner's Secretary Regarding Olin, Droste and Fishgold Cases, May 14, 1946 
 3. Scribner Regarding District Council Meeting, July 31, 1947 
 4. Nat Spero Telegram, May 17, 1948 
 5. Spero Regarding Henkel Strike, Sneiffel, Wages and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, September 26, 1950 
 6. Glen Taylor Regarding Political Action, April 23, 1947 
 7. Selma Trauber Regarding Arthur Klein Speech, February 18, 1948 
 8. Joseph Turkowski Regarding Lowell General Electric, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and International Ladies Garnment Workers Union, June 19, 1946 
 9. Unsigned Letter Regarding District 2 Locals, May 29, 1946 
 10. Unsigned Letter Regarding 1946 UE Convention, September 18, 1946 
 11. Unsigned Letter Regarding Local 206, October 16, 1946 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 14, 1943-December 14, 1944 16
 1. Paul Seymour to James Matles Regarding Staff Members with Application, May 17, 1943 
 2. Seymour to Edward Matthews Regarding Speed-up, April 6, 1943 
 3. Seymour Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald with Ray Klausner Telegram to Fitzgerald, June 15, 1944 
 4. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Service Men and Veterans Committee, July 17, 1944 
 5. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, August 10, 1044 
 6. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 4, 1944 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Supplies, October 10, 1944 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 11, 1944 
 9. Seymour Telegram to Emspak Regarding Labor Management Dinner, October 23, 1944 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 24, 1944 
 11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 249 and Supplies, October 24, 1944 
 12. Seymour Telegram to Barish Regarding Finances, November 3, 1944 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 226 and Supplies, November 14, 1944 
 14. Seymour Telegram to Klausner, November 23, 1944 
 15. Seymour to Klausner, November 29, 1944 
 16. Seymour to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, November 29, 1944 
 17. Seymour to Klausner, December 1, 1944 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Political Action, December 14, 1944 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 8-June 28, 1945 17
 1. Paul Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 201 Veterans, January 8, 1945 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, Women and Staff Finances, January 26, 1945 
 3. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, January 27, 1945 
 4. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 16, 1945 
 5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Women and Massachusetts Department of Labor, February 20, 1945 
 6. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Manpower with February 21, 1945, Resolution on Manpower, February 26, 1945 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipt, March 5, 1945 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Political Action, March 5, 1945 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, March 17, 1945 
 10-11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 23-29, 1945 
 12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with Eileen Dooley Expenses, March 29, 1945 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 6, 1945 
 14. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Veterans Committee, April 19, 1945 
 15. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Meeting, May 9, 1945 
 16. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Meeting, May 9, 1945 
 17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Massachusetts, Congress of Industrial Organizations, Political Action and Women with House Bill 1112 "An Act to Abolish Wage Differentials Based on Sex", May 28, 1945 
 18. Seymour to Klausner, May 28, 1945 
 19. Seymour Telegram to Janet Barish 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Vermont Organization, Jones and Lawson White Collar Workers and Staff Members, June 18, 1945 
 21. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 1285 and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, June 27, 1945 
 22. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 1218, Factionalism and Staff Members, June 28, 1945 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, July 9-November 21, 1945 18
 1. Paul Seymour Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald, July 9, 1945 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 10, 1945 
 3. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, July 13, 1945 
 4. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Leaves of Absence and Lynn General Electric with July 26, 1945, J.E. Doyle Letter to Seymour, July 28, 1945 
 5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee and Factionalism, August 3, 1945 
 6. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Local 203 Finances, August 7, 1945 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 8, 1945 
 8. Seymour to Fred Blycher Regarding UE Policy Conference, August 8, 1945 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 24, 1945 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Members with September 12, 1945, Seymour Letter to Helen Merrick, September 26, 1945 
 11. Seymour to Joseph Dermody Regarding Monsanto Chemical and Packaging Machinery, October 3, 1945 
 12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, October 15, 1945 
 13. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Radio Broadcast and Foreign Policy, October 15, 1945 
 14. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 201 Grievances, October 18, 1945 
 15. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 18, 1945 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, October 18, 1945 
 17. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Radio Broadcasts, October 18, 1945 
 18. Seymour to James Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, October 18, 1945 
 19. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 259 and United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry, October 23, 1945 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, October 23, 1945 
 21. Seymour Telegram to Emspak Regarding District 2 Officers, November 6, 1945 
 22. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District 2 Officers, November 6, 1945 
 23. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 21, 1945 
 24. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Connecticut Congress of Industrial Organizations, November 21, 1945 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, November 28, 1945-April 26, 1946 19
 1. Paul Seymour to James Matles Regarding United Steelworkers of America Inter-union Rivalry and Local 259 Worthington Pump Lockout with November 10, 1945, Charles Sienkiewicz Letter to Seymour, November 28, 1945 
 2-3. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 30-December 20, 1945 
 4. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 6, 1946 
 5. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald, January 29, 1946 
 6. Seymour Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, February 27, 1946 
 7. Seymour to Matles Regarding Sylvania Ipswich and Hytion Radio Elections and Collective Bargaining, Wakefield Sylvania, and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, March 25, 1946 
 8. Seymour to Matles Regarding Position, March 5, 1946 
 9. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, March 26, 1946 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 28, 1946 
 11. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Finances, March 28, 1946 
 12. Seymour to John Callahan Regarding Local 255 and Holyoke Organization, April 9, 1946 
 13. Seymour Telegram to Ray Klausner Regarding General Executive Board, April 9, 1946 
 14. Seymour to Edward Matthews Regarding Locals 202 and 209 and Westinghouse Strike, April 9, 1946 
 15. Seymour to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 16, 1946 
 16. Seymour Telegram to Bill Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, April 19, 1946 
 17. Seymour to Matthews Regarding Local 202 Springfield Westinghouse Strike with Letter to J.R. Weaver, April 19, 1946 
 18. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 262 Amalgamation, April 29, 1946 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 1-August 30, 1946 20
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Cole Hersee Strike, May 1, 1946 
 2. Seymour to Ben Riskin Regarding Local 209 Demonstrations, May 7, 1946 
 3. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 272 Cole Hersee Strike, Dues and Local 262, May 8, 1946 
 4. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Morse Twist Drill, Locals 213 and 277, Organization and Staff Members, May 8, 1946 
 5. Seymour to Tom Neil Regarding Olin-Droste-Fishgold Case, Veterans and Seniority, May 10, 1946 
 6. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, May 22, 1946 
 7. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 218, Finances and Organization, May 22, 1946 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Reservation, May 23, 1946 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 23, 1946 
 10. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Locals 226, 238 and 246, May 28, 1946 
 11. Seymour to Matles Regarding Springfield Westinghouse Strike and Staff Members, May 28, 1946 
 12. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Meetings, May 28, 1946 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, June 7, 1946 
 14. Seymour Telegram to Emspak Regarding Connecticut Malleable Castings, June 10, 1946 
 15. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances, June 11, 1946 
 16. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local Constitutions, June 25, 1946 
 17. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 204, Wages, Westinghouse Conference Board, Women and Speed-up, July 10, 1946 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Locals 227, 241 and 248 Constitutions, July 11, 1946 
 19. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 15, 1946 
 20. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Organization, August 10, 1946 
 21. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 205, August 30, 1946 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, September 4-November 27, 1946 21
 1. Paul Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 239 and Hyde Park Allis-Chalmers with August 30, 1946, David Walsh Letter to Seymour and John McCormack Telegram to Seymour, September 4, 1946 
 2. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 20, 1946 
 3. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 213, Factionalism, Staff Members and Local 278 Chapman Value Contract, September 23, 1946 
 4. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Colonial Corporation, September 26, 1946 
 5. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Finances, September 26, 1946 
 6. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 3, 1946 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Colonial Corporation, October 3, 1946 
 8. Seymour to Ben Riskin Regarding Staff Finances, October 3, 1946 
 9. Seymour to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 11, 1946 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, Lawrence Hytron Strike, and Textile Workers Unions, October 11, 1946 
 11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 11, 1946 
 12. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Anti-communism and Locals 203 and 206, October 11, 1946 
 13. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 262, Organization and Finances, October 14, 1946 
 14. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, Unemployment and Locals 254, 286 and 284, October 15, 1946 
 15. Seymour to Maltes Regarding Veterans and Vacations, October 15, 1946 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Lawrence Hytron, October 21, 1946 
 17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 22, 1946 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Independent Lock, Part-time Employees, Dues and Local 286, October 22, 1946 
 19. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, October 29, 1946 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 275 Turner Tanning Machinery Strike, November 27, 1946 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, December 16, 1946-March 4, 1947 22
 1. Paul Seymour to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 16, 1946 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, Veterans and Wages, December 24, 1946 
 3. Seymour to Matles Regarding Jefferson Electric, Harverhill Western Electric, Staff Members and Organization with Ellie Letter to Selma and David Kline's Labor Record, December 26, 1946 
 4. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, December 26, 1946 
 5. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 252 and Finances, December 31, 1946 
 6. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 241 Constitution and National Labor Relations Board Election, December 31, 1946 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, January 14, 1947 
 8. Seymour to Matles Regarding Factionalism, Stewards Conference, Bridgeport and Springfield, January 14, 1947 
 9. Seymour to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 456 Dance, January 27, 1947 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 206, Profit Sharing, Cost of Living Allowances, Factionalism and Locals 278 and 288, January 27, 1947 
 11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 27, 1947 
 12. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 229, Staff Members, Factionalism, Producto Machine Collective Bargaining and Allison Manufacturing, January 28, 1947 
 13. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Fair Employee Practices Commission, January 28, 1947 
 14. Seymour to UE Regarding Mailing List, February 7, 1947 
 15. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 18, 1947 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 203 Factionalism, February 21, 1947 
 17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 204 and 224, February 25, 1947 
 18. Seymour to Matthews Regarding Local 209 and Shop Steward Classes, February 26, 1947 
 19. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 279 and Ruggles and Klingemann Organization, March 4, 1947 
 20. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, March 4, 1947 
 21. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members, March 4, 1947 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, March 5-July 15, 1947 23
 1. Paul Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances with Blue Cross Notice, March 5, 1947 
 2. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Finances, March 10, 1947 
 3. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Hartford Locals with March 6, 1947, Samuel Burgress Letter to Seymour Regarding Hartford Staff Members and Factionalism, March 11, 1947 
 4. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 216 Constitution, March 12, 1947 
 5. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Vermont, March 26, 1947 
 6. Seymour to William Cahn Regarding Publicity and Factionalism, April 2, 1947 
 7. Seymour Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, April 7, 1947 
 8. Seymour Telegram to Jack Davis Regarding Valve, April 25, 1947 
 9. Seymour Telegram to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action and Lynn, April 25, 1947 
 10. Seymour Telegram to William Murdock, April 25, 1947 
 11. Seymour Telegram to Henry Hicks, April 25, 1947 
 12. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 281 Billings and Spencer with Referendum Results, April 29, 1947 
 13. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 269 and Finances, April 30, 1947 
 14. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 202, Finances, Constitutions and Factionalism, May 5, 1947 
 15. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 8, 1947 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 262, May 8, 1947 
 17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 281 and Terry Steam Turbine with Referendum Results, May 29, 1947 
 18. Seymour Telegram to Elinor Paines, May 1947 
 19. Seymour to Matles Regarding Finances, Local 262 Cole Hersse and A.S. Campbell Strikes, June 6, 1947 
 20. Seymour to Klausner Regarding District 2 Stewards, June 11, 1947 
 21. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, July 9, 1947 
 22. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances and Constitution, July 9, 1947 
 23. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 262 Cole Hersee Strike, July 15, 1947 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, August 6-December 18, 1947 24
 1. Paul Seymour Telegram to Herbert Bockley Regarding Local 278 and Valve, August 6, 1947 
 2. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Local 262 and Finances, August 20, 1947 
 3. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 285 Charter, August 22, 1947 
 4. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding International Ladies Garnment Workers Union Inter-union Rivalry, Local 297 Jackson Street General Electric and Dues, August 29, 1947 
 5. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 203 Factionalism, September 3, 1947 
 6. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Amalgamation of Locals 285 and 293, September 3, 1947 
 7. Seymour Telegram to Ratner Regarding 1947 UE Convention with September 2, 1947, Ratner Memo to Seymour, September 3, 1947 
 8. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 5, 1947 
 9. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances, September 5, 1947 
 10. Seymour Telegram to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, September 8, 1947 
 11. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Local 257 Finances, September 10, 1947 
 12. Seymour Telegram to Matles Regarding 1947 Convention, September 10, 1947 
 13. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Fair Employee Practices Commission, September 11, 1947 
 14. Seymour to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, October 7, 1947 
 15. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 8, 1947 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 257 Finances, November 3, 1947 
 17. Seymour Telegram to Emspak Regarding Political Action, November 5, 1947 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Locals 211 and 238 and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 26, 1947 
 19. Seymour to Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, November 26, 1947 
 20. Seymour to William Cahn Regarding 1947 Congress of Industrial Organizations Proceedings, November 28, 1947 
 21. Seymour to Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention Proceedings, December 6, 1947 
 22. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District 2 Meeting, December 18, 1947 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 17-May 14, 1948 25
 1. Paul Seymour to William Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcast, UE News and Locals 201, 202 and 255 with Questionnaire Summary, January 17, 1948 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 257 Officers, January 19, 1948 
 3. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Locals 211 and 243 with January 21, 1948, Vincent Romeo Letter to Seymour, February 2, 1948 
 4. Seymour to UE Regarding Local 119 and Fair Practices Committee, February 7, 1948 
 5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 257 Pitman Strike with January 29, 1948, Seymour Letter to Leonard Hommrid, February 9, 1948 
 6. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Political Action, February 16, 1948 
 7. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 245 Officers, Local 230 Constitution and Officers, Finances and Local 255, March 3, 1948 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, March 8, 1948 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 19, 1948 
 10. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, March 22, 1948 
 11. Seymour to Russ Nixon Regarding Racism, March 24, 1948 
 12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Boston General Electric Service Strike, March 29, 1948 
 13. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, April 12, 1948 
 14. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Boston General Electric Service Strike, April 14, 1948 
 15. Seymour to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 202, Stewards Council and Time Study, April 16, 1948 
 16. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances and Constitutions, May 13, 1948 
 17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 257 E.W. Pitman and Signal Manufacturing Strikes, United Auto Workers and Die Sinkers Inter-union Rivalry, Unemployment and Factionalism, May 14, 1948 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 18, 1948-May 9, 1949 26
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Boston General Electric Service Strike with Strike Committee Statement, May 18, 1948 
 2. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Boston General Electric Service Strike, June 2, 1948 
 3. Seymour to Emspak Regarding The Great Swindle, June 8, 1948 
 4. Seymour Telegram to Emspak Regarding Give Electric Welding and Supplies, June 29, 1948 
 5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Boston GE Service Contract, June 30, 1948 
 6. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 270, July 28, 1948 
 7. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Finances, September 13, 1948 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 262 A.S. Campbell Strike, September 14, 1948 
 9. Seymour to Klausner Regarding 1948 UE Convention, September 21, 1948 
 10. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits and Local 201, September 30, 1948 
 11. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances and Locals 251 and 265 with Note to Janet, November 18, 1948 
 12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 201 Meeting, Greater Boston Stewards Council with "Don't Forget" Leaflet, November 30, 1948 
 13. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 253 Constitution, December 3, 1948 
 14. Seymour Telegram to Frank Matues Regarding Local 289, December 11, 1948 
 15. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances, January 10, 1949 
 16. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 202 and Women, January 11, 1949 
 17. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, March 14, 1949 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Keystone and A.S. Campbell Strikes and Superior Products with Financial Statement, May 9, 1949 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 25-December 30, 1949 27
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 25, 1949 
 2. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, National Labor Relations Board and Local 202 Keystone Strike, June 6, 1949 
 3. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Local 202 Keystone Strike, June 14, 1949 
 4-5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District Council Meeting, June 13-22, 1949 
 6. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Keystone and Singer Strikes, July 7, 1949 
 7. Seymour to Elinore Parnes Regarding Finances, July 12, 1949 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 8, 1949 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Submarine Signal, Local 253, Raytheon Manufacturing and International Association of Machinists and International Brotherhod of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, August 15, 1949 
 10. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald, August 15, 1949 
 11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Keystone Strike, National Labor Relations Board and Boilermakers Inter-union Rivalry, August 12, 1949 
 12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 24, 1949 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 214 and Finances, August 30, 1949 
 14. Seyour to Joseph Dermody Regarding Wages and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, September 9, 1949 
 15. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances with Nathan Greenberg and Allen Rosenberg Bills, October 11, 1949 
 16-17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 26-November 2, 1949 
 18. Seymour to James Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, November 15, 1949 
 19. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 15, 1949 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 253, Finances, Ray Theon Organization and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, December 30, 1949 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, January 6-November 29, 1950 28
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 295 Finances, January 6, 1950 
 2. Seymour Telegram to James Matles, January 20, 1950 
 3. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 203, January 27, 1950 
 4. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 30, 1950 
 5. Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 203, February 13, 1950 
 6. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and 1946 Springfield Westinghouse Strike, February 17, 1950 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 253 and Finances with Bill, February 17, 1950 
 8. Seymour to Edward Matthews Regarding Meter Westinghouse Contract, March 2, 1950 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 5, 1950 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 244 Finances, June 23, 1950 
 11. Seymour to Matles Regarding Organization and Staff Members, July 11, 1950 
 12. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Finances, July 18, 1950 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, July 26, 1950 
 14. Seymour to Janet Barish, September 7, 1950 
 15. Seymour Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Pension and Lynn General Electric, September 12, 1950 
 16. Seymour to Barish Regarding Finances with Receipt, September 27, 1950 
 17. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Local 262 Finances, September 28, 1950 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 201 Lynn General Electric Strike, October 17, 1950 
 19. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Finances, IUE Inter-union Rivalry and Locals 212, 223 and 249, October 24, 1950 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 292 Finances, November 17, 1950 
 21. Seymour to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, November 21, 1950 
 22. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 216 Finances, November 27, 1950 
 23. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 253 and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 29, 1950 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, December 6, 1950-July 27, 1951 29
 1. Paul Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, December 6, 1950 
 2. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 274 Constitution, December 28, 1950 
 3. Seymour to Clifford McAvoy Regarding UE Defense Fund, January 2, 1951 
 4. Seymour to James Matles Regarding District Council Meeting and Locals 212 and 295, January 3, 1951 
 5. Seymour to Matles Regarding UE Defense Fund, IUE Inter-union Rivalry and Lynn General Electric, January 8, 1951 
 6. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting and Finances with January 17, 1951, Emma Memo to David Ratner, January 15, 1951 
 7. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 208 Finances, January 16, 1951 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 19, 1951 
 9-11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 21-March 13, 1951 
 12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 224 Finances, March 20, 1951 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 29, 1951 
 14. Seymour to Edward Matthews Regarding District Council Meeting, March 30, 1951 
 15. Seymour to Ernest Thompson Regarding National Negro Labor Council, April 3, 1951 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regaridng Local 205 and Factionalism, April 18, 1951 
 17. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 20, 1951 
 18. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances and Locals 244, 261 and 297, May 4, 1951 
 19. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, June 25, 1951 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 26, 1951 
 21. Seymour to Matles Regarding Clarostat Organization and IUE and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, July 24, 1951 
 22. Seymour to Matles Regarding Taunton General Electric, Grievances and Membership, July 27, 1951 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, September 25, 1951-November 24 1952 30
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 236 and Standard Nut and Bolt Strike, September 25, 1951 
 2. Seymour to James Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, October 2, 1951 
 3. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances with October 22, 1951, Receipt, October 16, 1951 
 4. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 237 Finances, October 24, 1951 
 5. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members, December 26, 1951 
 6. Seymour to Matles Regarding Organization, Finances, New Bedford Aerovox, Holtzer Cabot and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, March 7, 1952 
 7. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 244 and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, March 20, 1952 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 277 Finances, April 28, 1952 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding UE Fighting Fund and Publicity, May 2, 1952 
 10. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Local 204 Finances, May 16, 1952 
 11-12. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 231 and Finances, May 23-June 3, 1952 
 13. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 271 and Political Action, July 2, 1952 
 14. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 4, 1952 
 15. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, October 7, 1952 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding UE Fighting Fund and Local 216 Thomson Electric Welding Contract, October 20, 1952 
 17. Seymour to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 20, 1952 
 18. Seymour to Klausner Regarding UE Fighting Fund, October 24, 1952 
 19. Seymour to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 27, 1952 
 20. Seymour to Matles Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 30, 1952 
 21. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances, October 31, 1952 
 22. Seymour to Clarence Avey Regarding Local 216 and UE Fighting Fund, November 6, 1952 
 23. Seymour to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 10, 1952 
 24. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Local 216 and Matles Case, November 13, 1952 
 25. Seymour to Emspak Regarding UE Fighting Fund, November 24, 1952 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, December 2, 1952-August 4, 1953 31
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strikes, December 2, 1952 
 2. Seymour Telegram to James Matles Regarding LaPorte Allis Chalmers, December 3, 1952 
 3. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, December 22, 1952 
 4. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 7, 1953 
 5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 214 International Harvester Strikes, January 8, 1053 
 6. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding 1952 UE Convention and Finances with January 15, 1943, Receipt, January 12, 1953 
 7. Seymour to Bernard Albert Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Pittsfield General Electric and Combustion Control, January 26, 1953 
 8-9. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, February 19-March 27, 1953 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 236 and 292, April 27, 1953 
 11. Seymour to Matles Regarding UE Womens Conference, April 30, 1953 
 12. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, May 12, 1953 
 13. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 12, 1953 
 14-16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Dues, May 13-June 3, 1953 
 17. Seymour to Matles Regarding Lynn General Electric and Finances, Juen 16, 1953 
 18. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding 1953 UE Convention, June 23, 1953 
 19. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 286, White Collar Workers, McKnight Machine and Independent Locke, June 29, 1953 
 20. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 23, 1953 
 21. Seymour to Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Sprague Electric and IUE Inter-union Rivalry with Allan Rosenberg Letter to David Scribner Regarding Petition, Unemployment and Hearing, July 23, 1953 
 22. Seymour to Matles Regarding National Labor Relations Board, August 4, 1953 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, August 18, 1953-July 23, 1954 32
 1. Paul Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Political Action, August 18, 1953 
 2. Seymour to Russ Nixon Regarding Policital Action and Lynn General Electric, August 28, 1953 
 3. Seymour to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, August 28, 1953 
 4. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 1114 Brad Foote Gear Strike with Receipt, September 2, 1953 
 5-6. Seymour to Ratner Regarding Finances, September 15-October 30, 1953 
 7. Seymour to Ray Klausner Regarding Finances and Supplies, October 29, 1953 
 8-9. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances, November 12-13, 1953 
 10. Seymour to Charles Newell Regarding Television Broadcasts, November 18, 1953 
 11. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Organization, Bridgeport General Electric and Bridgeport Moulding Internaional BRotherhood of Electrical Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 27, 1953 
 12. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Meetings with Don Tormey Letter to All UE Staff Members, December 22, 1953 
 13. Seymour to Matles Regarding Local 208 Finances and Unemployment with Financial Report, March 11, 1954 
 14. Seymour to Klausner Regarding Finances and Locals 214 and 224, March 18, 1954 
 15. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, March 26, 1954 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 205 Finances, April 2, 1954 
 17. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Finances with Voucher, May 20, 1954 
 18. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 221 and Warren Wire Strike, July 20, 1954 
 19. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 274 Finances, July 23, 1954 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, September 23, 1954-May 2, 1955 33
 1. Paul Seymour to Nat Spero Regarding Winter and Company, September 23, 1954 
 2. Seymour to Janet Barish Regarding Local 218 and Finances, October 6, 1954 
 3. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances with October 18, 1954, Receipt, October 15, 1954 
 4. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Research, October 29, 1954 
 5-6. Seymour to David Ratner Regarding Supplies, October 29-November 5, 1954 
 7. Seymour to Ratner Regarding Finances, November 5, 1954 
 8. Seymour to Tom Wright Regarding UE News, November 16, 1954 
 9. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 243, 298 and 299, November 18, 1954 
 10. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 259 Finances with UE Memo to District 2, November 22, 1954 
 11. Seymour to Barish Regarding Finances, November 24, 1954 
 12. Seymour to Barish Regarding Local 243 Finances, November 29-December 13, 1954 
 13. Seymour to Barish Regarding Local 259 Finances, December 13, 1954 
 14. Seymour to Matles Regarding District Council Meeting, December 13, 1954 
 15. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Mill Town, January 28, 1955 
 16. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 262 Finances, February 14, 1955 
 17. Seymour to Barish Regarding Local 259, March 2, 1955 
 18. Seymour to Hugh Harley Regarding Mill Town, March 10, 1955 
 19. Seymour to Barish Regarding Finances, May 2, 1955 
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District 2 Outgoing Paul Seymour Correspondence, May 24-November 1, 1955 34
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Emspak Case, May 24, 1955 
 2. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances and Locals 275 and 297, June 7, 1955 
 3. Seymour to Thomas Hodges Regarding Local 297 and Finances, June 7, 1955 
 4. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Local 297 and Finances, June 8, 1955 
 5. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Anti-communism and Finances with April 15, 1955, Bill, July 8, 1955 
 6. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Finances with Receipt, September 28, 1955 
 7. Seymour to James Matles Regarding Staff Members and Local 207 Landers Strike, October 13, 1955 
 8. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Anti-communism and Finances with November 7, 1955, Note, November 1, 1955 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, May 20, 1937-July 10, 1945 35
 1. Janet Barish to John Murphy Regarding Local Addresses, May 20, 1937 
 2. Barish to Gertrude Kaslick Regarding Staff Finances, August 26, 1943 
 3. Barish to Doris Venturella Regarding Staff Finances, October 1, 1943 
 4. Barish to Jane Mobilio Regarding Staff Finances, November 10, 1943 
 5-8. Barish to Bernice Rogers Regarding Finances, February 2-June 14, 1944 
 9. Barish to Harriet Goldring Regarding Staff Finances, June 21, 1944 
 10. Barish to Rogers Regarding Staff Finances, June 23, 1944 
 11. Barish to Richard Linsley Regarding Finances, August 28, 1944 
 12. Barish to Rogers Regarding Finances, September 1, 1944 
 13. Barish to Rogers Regarding District 2 Local Officers, October 2, 1944 
 14. Barish to Rogers Regarding Staff Finances, October 5, 1944 
 15. Barish to Mary Harley Regarding Finances, December 28, 1944 
 16-17. Barish to Helen Grady Regarding Staff Members, March 20-April 13, 1945 
 18. Barish to Sylvia Fitzpatrick Regarding Staff Finances, April 17, 1945 
 19. Barish to Georgia McKinley Regarding Staff Finances, July 10, 1945 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, July 24, 1946-February 10, 1950 36
 1. Janet Barish to Elinor Parnes Regarding Staff Finances, July 24, 1946 
 2. Barish to Sylvia Zagar Regarding Finances, April 18, 1947 
 3. Barish to W.F. Murdock Regarding Staff Finances, July 17, 1947 
 4. Barish to Parnes Regarding St. Pierre Chain Strike, October 2, 1947 
 5. Barish to Parnes, July 6, 1949 
 6-7. Barish to Harriet Goldring Regarding Finances, November 9-18, 1949 
 8. Barish to Goldring Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1949 
 9. Barish to Corrine Raymond Regarding Staff Finances, February 10, 1950 
 10. William Cahn to William Murdock Regarding Publicity, February 11, 1947 
 11-12. Cahn to Murdock Regarding Radio Broadcasts, April 19-August 4, 1947 
 13. Cahn to Murdock Regarding Publicity, August 26, 1949 
 14. Mrs. Matthew Campbell to District 2 with Photo 
 15. James Carey Telegram to Allen Markoff, June 29, 1937 
 16. Carey to William Maynard Regarding Bennington Organization, August 16, 1937 
 17. Fannie Cohn Telegram to Murdock, March 1, 1948 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, October 27, 1936-May 21, 1942 37
 1. Julius Emspak to John Brophy Regarding Electrolux Organization, October 27, 1936 
 2. Emspak to Lisle Rathburn Regarding Organization, October 27, 1936 
 3. Emspak to Rathburn Regarding Bridgeport and People's Press, November 1, 1936 
 4. Emspak to Thomas Molloy Regarding United Auto Workers and Steelworkers Organizing Committee, April 26, 1937 
 5. Emspak to L.A. Willard Regarding People's Press, May 22, 1937 
 6-7. Emspak to Perlie Ketchum Regarding Supplies, May 29-June 7, 1937 
 8. Emspak Telegram to Michael Flaherty, August 5, 1937 
 9. Emspak to John Lee Regarding Finances, January 26, 1938 
 10. Emspak to Frank Reel Regarding Finances, February 19, 1938 
 11. Emspak to George Wilson Regarding Staff Members, December 2, 1940 
 12. Emspak to Nicholas Tomassetti Regarding District 2 Officers, January 5, 1941 
 13. Emspak to Sam Gruber Regarding Yale and Towne Organization, June 16, 1941 
 14. Emspak to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, July 25, 1941 
 15. Emspak to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Finances, September 19, 1941 
 16. Emspak to Lillian Weissman Regarding Staff Finances, October 30, 1941 
 17-18. Emspak to John Murphy Regarding Staff Finances, November 7-December 19, 1941 
 19. Emspak to Weissman Regarding Staff Finances, January 8, 1942 
 20. Emspak to Leonard Lewin Regarding Chapman Valve Organization, February 23, 1942 
 21. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Staff Finances, March 25, 1942 
 22. Emspak to Weissman Regarding Finances, May 21, 1942 
 23. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Staff Finances, June 8, 1942 
 24. Emspak to Geoffrey Spurr Regarding UE News, July 1, 1942 
 25. Emspak to Harold Enright Regarding Dues, Political Action and District Councils, August 21, 1942 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, September 25, 1942-January 8, 1945 38
 1. Julius Emspak to Nicholas Tomassetti Regarding Brown-Wagner Bill and Political Action, September 25, 1942 
 2. Emspak to John Murphy, October 23, 1942 
 3. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Staff Finances, November 24, 1942 
 4. Emspak to Murphy, November 30, 1942 
 5. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Finances with December 21, 1942, Emspak Letter to All UE Locals, December 22, 1942 
 6. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Staff Finances, December 24, 1942 
 7. Emspak to Murphy Regarding Finances, April 1, 1943 
 8-9. Emspak to Gertrude Kaslick Regarding Finances, May 14-June 11, 1943 
 10. Emspak to Kaslick Regarding Staff Finances, September 29, 1943 
 11. Emspak to Jane Mobilio Regarding Finances, October 29, 1943 
 12. Emspak to Bernice Rogers Regarding Finances, March 7, 1944 
 13-14. Emspak to Harriet Goldring Regaridng Staff Finances, April 17-June 2, 1944 
 15-18. Emspak to Goldring Regarding Finances, October 18-November 2, 1944 
 19. Emspak to Joseph Calozza Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1944 
 20. Emspak to Richard Linsley Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1944 
 21. Emspak to Tomassetti Regarding Staff Finances, December 19, 1944 
 22. Emspak to Sam Gruber Regarding Staff Finances, January 8, 1945 
 23. Emspak to Hugh Harley Regarding Staff Finances, January 8, 1945 
 24. Emspak to Linsley Regarding Staff Finances, January 8, 1945 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, Januayr 12, 1945-May 8, 1947 39
 1. Julius Emspak to Donald Bollen Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1945 
 2. Emspak to George Dear Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1945 
 3. Ruth Shuber to Hugh Harley Regarding South Bend Singer, January 12, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Herbert Salter Regarding Staff Finances, January 12, 1945 
 5. Emspak to District 2 Locals Regarding Finances, January 12, 1945 
 6. Emspak to Francis Ennis Regarding Staff Finances, January 26, 1945 
 7. Emspak to Antionio D. Pinto Regarding Staff Finances, January 26, 1945 
 8. Emspak to Wilbur McNair Regarding Staff Finances, February 2, 1945 
 9. Emspak to Mathaniel Shelman Regarding Staff Finances, February 2, 1945 
 10. Emspak to William Teto Regarding Staff Finances, February 2, 1945 
 11. Emspak to Bernice Rogers Regarding Staff Finances, February 8, 1945 
 12. Emspak to Edwin Doyle Regarding Leaves of Absence, March 23, 1945 
 13. Emspak to C.F. Rock Regarding Leaves of Absence, March 30, 1945 
 14. Emspak to Florence Herzog Regarding Staff Members, April 12, 1945 
 15-16. Emspak to Adrian LeBlance Regarding Staff Finances, May 18-31, 1945 
 17. Emspak to Harley Regarding Local 240 Finances, May 23, 1945 
 18. Emspak to UE Locals Regarding Veterans and Finances, March 31, 1945 
 19. Emspak to General Executive Board Members Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 12, 1945 
 20. Emspak to Mary Boland Regarding Staff Members, June 28, 1945 
 21. Emspak to District 2 Regarding Finances and Constitution, May 8, 1947 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, April 4, 1942-September 9, 1955 40
 1. Julius Emspak to Converse Regarding Radio Broadcasts, March 2, 1948 
 2-4. Emspak to Anthony Dzurka Regarding Staff Finances, September 13, 1948-July 1, 1949 
 5. Emspak to Tom O'Malley Regarding Boston Stewards Council, August 29, 1949 
 6. Roberta Felsen to Gerald Steinberg Regarding Threadwell Tap and Die with Financial Report and E.L.M. Memo to Janet, September 9, 1955 
 7. Albert Fitzgerald to William Murphy Regarding Apprenticeship with March 17, 1942, Thomas Moran Letter to Emspak, April 4, 1942 
 8. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Harold Peters, May 1, 1944 
 9. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Robert Barrows Regarding New Britain and United Auto Workers, September 12, 1945 
 10. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Arthur Wheeler Regarding Bridgeport Brass, April 19, 1946 
 11. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Harold Conroy, May 29, 1946 
 12. Fitzgerald to Mrs. Charles Hanson 
 13. Nat Geller to Bernice Rogers Regarding Finances, June 8, 1944 
 14. Paula Hirsch to William Murdock Regarding Political Action Committee, December 2, 1947 
 15. Ray Klausner to Conroy, November 28, 1948 
 16. Klausner Telegram to Conroy, February 21, 1946 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, June 16, 1937-June 29, 1942 41
 1. James Matles to T.R. Molloy Regarding Staff Members and Connecticut Organization, June 16, 1937 
 2. Matles Telegram to Thomas Watt Regarding Organization, June 23, 1937 
 3. Matles Telegram to Robert Adams, December 13, 1937 
 4. Matles to Abe Diamond Regarding Staff Members and Smith and Wesson with March 26, 1941, Herman Maillet Letter to UE, April 2, 1941 
 5-6. Matles to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, June 13-25, 1941 
 7. Matles to Sam Gruber Regarding Stamford, July 1, 1941 
 8. Matles to Gruber, July 30, 1941 
 9. Matles to Gruber Regarding International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry and Yale and Towne with August 8, 1941, John Carmody Letter to UE, August 14, 1941 
 10. Matles to John Murphy Regarding Staff Members, November 5, 1941 
 11. Matles to Local 206 et al Regarding Surpreme Court Heine Case, 1941 
 12. Matles to Massachusetts Locals Regarding Staff Members with January 15, 1942, Matles Letter to Richard Linsley and List of Locals Receiving Mailing, January 19, 1942 
 13-14. Matles to Murphy Regarding Staff Members, March 21-April 28, 1942 
 15. Matles to Nick Tomassetti Regarding District 2 Victory Convention, May 27, 1942 
 16. Matles to Murphy Regarding Staff Members, June 29, 1942 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, July 15, 1942-November 29,1949 42
 1-2. James Matles to John Murphy Regarding Staff Members, July 15-August 4, 1942 
 3. Matles to Murphy, August 7, 1942 
 4. Matles to Murphy Regarding Staff Members, August 27, 1942 
 5. Matles to Jean Horie Regarding District 2 Women's Conference, November 5, 1942 
 6-9. Matles to Murphy Regarding Staff Members, December 3, 1942-August 3, 1943 
 10. Matles to District 2 Regarding Staff Members, Ray Theon Organization, Salem Sylvania, Pittsfield General Electric and White Collar Workers, November 7, 1945 
 11. Matles to Jack Simon Regarding Staff Members, November 13, 1945 
 12. Selma Kaslick to Jack Goldring, November 22, 1946 
 13. Matles to Herold Conroy Regarding Staff Members, February 10, 1947 
 14. Kaslick Telegram to Anne DeLancy Regarding Finances, February 27, 1947 
 15. Matles to Albert Smith Regarding Finances and Organization, May 6, 1947 
 16. Matles to Field Organizers Regarding Organizational Reports with November 28, 1947, Matles Letter to Paul Seymour; November 17, 1947, Smith Letter to Matles; and Proposed Form, November 18, 1947 
 17-18. Matles to Thomas O'Malley Regarding Boston Stewards Council, August 11-October 13, 1948 
 19. Matles to International Representatives Regarding UE News, November 29, 1949 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, July 27, 1937-January 25, 1954 43
 1. James Matles' Secretary to Harriet Goldring Regarding Staff Members, May 10, 1950 
 2. Matles to Albert Smith Regarding Staff Members and United Shoe Machinery, July 17, 1950 
 3. Matles to Ruth Newell Regarding Women and Organization, November 18, 1953 
 4. Matles to International Representatives Regarding Finances, January 25, 1954 
 5. Matles to Donald Tormey Regarding Finances, January 25, 1954 
 6. Matles Telegram to Pearl Merrow Regarding Supplies 
 7. William Maynard to Michael Widman Regarding Staff Finances and Bennington Organization, July 27, 1937 
 8. Clifford McAvoy to Jerry Steinberg Regarding Political Action, April 2, 1952 
 9. William Murdock to WIlliam Cahn Regarding Shop Stewards, May 8, 1947 
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District 2 Incoming Correspondence, August 14, 1937-May 31, 1955 44
 1. Charles Newell Telegram to Daniel Barry, August 14, 1937 
 2-3. Russ Nixon to Jack Davis Regarding Political Action Committee, August 22-29, 1947 
 4. Nixon to Al Smith Regarding Political Action Committee, September 5, 1947 
 5. Nixon to Nat Shelman Regarding Political Action, September 15, 1947 
 6. Nixon to William Murdock Regarding Inflation, Political Action and PAC, November 5, 1947 
 7. Nixon to Murdock Regarding PAC, November 21, 1947 
 8. Mimi Segal Letter Regarding PAC with District 2 PAC Contributions, December 4, 1947 
 9. Nixon to Walter Barry Regarding Supplies, December 8, 1947 
 10. Nixon to Murdock Regarding Stewards Classes and Hartford, February 16, 1948 
 11. Nixon to Smith Regarding Political Action, April 20, 1948 
 12. Nixon to Murdock Regarding Stewards Classes and Hartford, March 10, 1948 
 13-15. David Ratner to Harriet Goldring Regarding Finances, July 8-December 4, 1947 
 16. Ratner to Elinor Parnes Regarding Finances, December 5, 1947 
 17. Ratner to Goldring Regarding Finances, December 9, 1947 
 18-19. Ratner to Murdock Regarding Finances, August 5, 1948-February 11, 1949 
 20-22. Ratner to Goldring Regarding Finances, May 27, 1949-April 21, 1950 
 23. Ratner to Massachusetts Personnel Department Regarding Staff Members, February 20, 1953 
 24. David Scribner to Smith Regarding National Labor Relations Board, August 25, 1947 
 25. UE to District 2 Regarding Local 211 Finances, February 24, 1955 
 26. UE to District 2 Regarding Local 201 Finances, May 31, 1955 
 27-28. Unsigned Letter to William Murphy, January 7, 1940-January 21, 1941 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, August 14, 1937-August 12, 1951 45
 1. Robert Adams to James Carey Regarding Staff Members, December 13, 1937 
 2. J.C. Almedia Telegram to Carey Regarding Matthew Campbell, June 2, 1941 
 3. J.A. Banks Telegram to Julius Emspak, February 25, 1945 
 4. Daniel Barry Telegram to Charles Newell, August 14, 1937 
 5. Walter Barry to Russ Nixon Regarding Address Change, November 6, 1947 
 6. Barry to Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, December 2, 1947 
 7. Barry to Nixon Regarding Supplies and PAC, December 2, 1947 
 8. Mary Elyn Boland to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, May 16, 1945 
 9. Donald Bollen to UE Members Regarding Lynn General Electric, Anti-communism and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, August 12, 1951 
 10-11. Joseph Calazza to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, September 21-24, 1943 
 12-13. Olive Chance to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 18-March 10, 1947 
 14. Chance to Barish Regarding Finances, July 30, 1947 
 15. Nancy Cirillo to Barish Regarding Finances, December 11, 1945 
 16. Harold Conroy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, August 29, 1945 
 17-18. Conroy to Ray Klausner, November-December 1945 
 19. Conroy Telegram to Klausner, February 21, 1946 
 20. Jack Davis to Matles Regarding Supplies, January 14, 1950 
 21. Davis to Joe Dermody Regarding Everett General Electric, January 25, 1950 
 22. Davis to Matles Regarding Address Change, February 1950 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, July 7, 1937-June 2, 1947 46
 1. Ann DeLancy to Selma Kuslick Regarding Staff Finances, February 19, 1947 
 2. DeLancy to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, March 10, 1947 
 3-4. DeLancy to Ratner, May 15-June 2, 1947 
 5. Ray Dunn to Emspak Regarding Waltham Raytheon Organization, April 28, 1943 
 6. Dunn to James Matles Regarding Waltham Raytheon Organization, April 28, 1943 
 7. Dunn to District 2 Locals Regarding Smith-Connally Bill, May 15, 1943 
 8. Dunn to Matles Regarding District 2 Meetings, July 16, 1943 
 9. Harold Enright to Emspak Regarding Dues, Political Action and Education, August 11, 1942 
 10. Joe Fine to Emspak Regarding Officers and Supplies, July 7, 1937 
 11. Thomas Fitzpatrick to Matles Regarding Local 229 Sprague Meter, October 14, 1946 
 12. Helen Grady to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 18, 1946 
 13. A.D. Graham to UE Regarding Credit, December 22, 1937 
 14. Henry Gisey to UE Regarding UE News and Factionalism, August 11, 1941 
 15. Sam Gruber to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances and Samford Electrolux, December 26, 1944 
 16. Gruber to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, January 2, 1945 
 17. Arthur Haight to People's Press Regarding  People's Press, November 21, 1937 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, April 18, 1944-March 29, 1950 47
 1. Harriet Goldring to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, April 18, 1944 
 2. Goldring to Janet Barish Regarding Finances with Receipt, May 4, 1944 
 3-4. Goldring to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 15-22, 1944 
 5-6. Goldring to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 16, 1944 
 7. Goldring to Emspak Regarding Political Action, October 28, 1944 
 8. Goldring to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 18, 1945 
 9. Goldring to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 28, 1947 
 10. Goldring to Barish Regarding Finances, July 16, 1947 
 11. Goldring to David Scribner Regarding National Labor Relations Board, August 27, 1947 
 12. Goldring to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances with Telephone Bills, October 13, 1947 
 13. Goldring to Ratner Regarding Finances, December 1, 1947 
 14. Goldring to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 21, 1949 
 15-18. Goldring to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, July 22, 1949-December 15, 1950 
 19. Goldring to Ratner Regarding Finances, March 29, 1950 
 20. Goldring to Paula Regarding Finances and IUE Inter-union Rivalry with District 2 Per Capita Payments, March 29, 1950 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, November 28, 1944-May 8, 1945 48
 1-7. Mary Harley to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 15, 1944-January 8, 1945 
 8. M. Harley to Emspak Regarding Fort Wayne Singer, January 11, 1945 
 9-11. M. Harley to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 31, 1945 
 12. M. Harley to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, February 5, 1945 
 13. M. Harley to Emspak Regarding UE News, February 8, 1945 
 14. M. Harley to Barish Regarding Finances, February 9, 1945 
 15. M. Harley to Barish Regarding Supplies, February 15, 1945 
 16. M. Harley to Emspak Regarding Publicity, February 22, 1945 
 17-18. M. Harley to Barish Regarding Finances, February 28, 1945 
 19. M. Harley to Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 28, 1945 
 20. M. Harley to Barish Regarding Finances, March 2, 1945 
 21. Hugh Harley to Emspak Regarding Staff Members with Statement of Availability, November 28, 1944 
 22. H. Harley to Emspak Regarding Bridgeport Finances, April 3, 1945 
 23. H. Harley to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 8, 1945 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, June 2, 1937-March 17, 1947 49
 1. John Harrold to James Matles Regarding Taft-Hartley and Atwood Morrell Collective Bargaining, April 24, 1946 
 2. Florence Herzog to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, April 9, 1945 
 3. Jean Horie to Matles Regarding Women's Conference with October 24, 1942, Minutes of the Women in Electrical Industry Conference Arrangement Committee, October 28, 1942 
 4. Horie to Ray Klausner Regarding District 2 Women's Conference with Conference Call, December 7, 1942 
 5. Henry Jean to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, March 17, 1947 
 6. Gertrude Kuslick to UE Regarding Staff Finances, August 16, 1943 
 7. Kuslick to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, September 22, 1943 
 8. Kuslick to Albert Fitzgerald, November 29, 1943 
 9. Perlie Ketchum to Emspak Regarding Rhode Island Organization, June 2, 1937 
 10. Leonard Lewin to Emspak Regarding Local 288 Finances, February 15, 1943 
 11. Richard Linsley to Matles Regarding War Labor Board with Matles Letter to International Representatives, March 30, 1943 
 12. Linsley to Massachusetts and Rhode Island Staff Members Regarding Political Action, War Labor Board and Staff Meetings, April 10, 1943 
 13-14. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, July 11-14, 1944 
 15. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 23, 1944 
 16. Linsley to Staff Members Regarding Organization, October 18, 1944 
 17. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 24, 1944 
 18. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and District 2 Officer Elections, October 30, 1944 
 19. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 20, 1944 
 20. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 4, 1944 
 21. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Organization, December 26, 1944 
 22. Linsley to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances with District Per Capita List, May 17, 1945 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, April 22, 1937-January 22, 1951 50
 1-2. Madeline Maguire to Janet Barish, January 18-22, 1951 
 3. Herman Maillet to UE with "Today, the 'Boom' - and Tomorrow...?" Pamphlet, March 26, 1941 
 4. Jim Marino to James Matles Regarding Boston Stewards Council, September 29, 1948 
 5. Allen Markoff to James Carey Regarding Finances, June 28, 1937 
 6. Georgia McKinley to Accounting Department Regarding Staff Finances, July 7, 1945 
 7. McKinley to Matles Regarding Supplies, December 12, 1945 
 8. Robert Mintz to Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, March 14, 1942 
 9. Jane Mobilio to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 3, 1942 
 10. Thomas Molloy to Emspak Regarding Horton and Son Strike and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, April 22, 1937 
 11-12. William Murdock to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 9-July 14, 1947 
 13. Murdock to Seymour Linfield Regarding Taft-Hartley, July 28, 1947 
 14. Murdock to William Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, July 31, 1947 
 15. Murdock to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action and Political Action Committee, October 30, 1947 
 16. Murdock to Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee with PAC Collections, November 3, 1947 
 17. Murdock to Nixon Regarding PAC, November 17, 1947 
 18. Murdock to Nixon Regarding Stewards Classes, February 7, 1948 
 19. Murdock to David Ratner Regarding Finances, August 4, 1948 
 20-21. Murdock to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 10-14, 1949 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, May 18, 1937-March 1, 1954 51
 1. John Murphy to Julius Emspak Regarding Addresses, May 18, 1937 
 2. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 23, 1939 
 3. Murphy to UE News Regarding District Council Meeting, July 26, 1941 
 4. Murphy to Emspak Regarding District 2 Officers, October 22, 1941 
 5. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 5, 1941 
 6. Murphy to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 16, 1942 
 7. Murphy to Emspak, October 26, 1942 
 8. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, November 22, 1942 
 9. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Address Change, November 25, 1942 
 10. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Monsanto and United Mine Workers of America Inter-union Rivalry, December 3, 1942 
 11. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 21, 1942 
 12. Murphy to Matles Regarding Address Change, April 23, 1943 
 13. Murphy to Emspak Regarding Finances and General Executive Board Minutes, July 17, 1943 
 14. Marilyn Murphy to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances with W-2 Forms, March 1, 1954 
 15. William Murphy to Emspak Regarding Labor Department, January 3, 1941 
 16. Frances Olrich to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Boston Stewards Council and No-strike Pledge with Resolution on No Strike Policy, March 15, 1945 
 17. Tom O'Molloy Telegram to Matles Regarding Boston Stewards Council, October 11, 1948 
 18. O'Molloy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Boston Stewards Council, August 29, 1948 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, October 12, 1936-February 9, 1950 52
 1. Elinor Parnes to UE Regarding Staff Members, April 18, 1946 
 2. Parnes to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, July 3, 1946 
 3. Parnes to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Lynn General Electric and Factionalism with Boston Traveler Clipping, February 10, 1947 
 4. Parnes to James Matles, February 13, 1947 
 5. Parnes to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, June 4, 1947 
 6. Parnes to Barish Regarding Local 294 Finances, September 27, 1947 
 7. Parnes to David Ratner Regarding Finances, October 2, 1947 
 8. Parnes to Barish Regarding Local 294 Finances, October 2, 1947 
 9. Parnes to Selma Kaslick, October 11, 1947 
 10. Parnes to Barish Regarding Finances, October 20, 1947 
 11. Parnes to Ratner Regarding Finances, December 3, 1947 
 12. Parnes to Kaslick, April 14, 1948 
 13. Parnes to Ratner, September 15, 1948 
 14. Parnes to Ratner with Parnes Note to Ratner and Two Checks, December 24, 1948 
 15. Parnes to Kaslick Regarding Publicity, May 9, 1949 
 16. Parnes to Ratner Regarding Finances, May 24, 1949 
 17. Harold Peters to Fitzgerald Regarding Whitney Blake Organization and Staff Members, April 28, 1944 
 18-19. Leisle Rathborn to UE Regarding Greenwich Electrolux, October 12-28, 1936 
 20. Corinne Raymond to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 9, 1950 
 21. Frank Reel to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and William Winnick Case, February 11, 1938 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, June 10, 1942-March 27, 1945 53
 1. Charles Rivers to Julius Emspak Regarding District 2 Victory Conference, June 10, 1942 
 2. Rivers to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances with May 12, 1944, Receipt, June 20, 1944 
 3. Rivers to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, September 6, 1944 
 4. Rivers to Emspak Regarding Leave of Absence, March 27, 1945 
 5. Bernice Rogers to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, January 24, 1944 
 6. Rogers to Barish Regarding Finances, January 31, 1944 
 7-8. Rogers to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 1-3, 1944 
 9. Rogers Telegram to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, February 16, 1944 
 10. Rogers to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 29, 1944 
 11-15. Rogers to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, March 3-April 28, 1944 
 16-19. Rogers to Barish Regarding Finances, June 2-July 13, 1944 
 20. Rogers to Barish Regarding Finances with Telephone Bills, July 14, 1944 
 21-25. Rogers to Barish Regarding Finances, August 1-23, 1944 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, November 30, 1943-October 21, 1953 54
 1-2. Bernice Rogers to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, August 29-30, 1944 
 3. Rogers to Barish Regarding District 2 Officers, September 8, 1944 
 4-5. Rogers to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, September 28, 1944-January 16, 1945 
 6. Rogers to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, February 5, 1945 
 7. Vincent Romeo to James Matles Regarding Connecticut Malleable Castings Strike, June 7, 1946 
 8. Allan Rosenberg to David Scribner Regarding Workmen's Compensation with District 2 Disfigurement Survey and Results, October 21, 1953 
 9. Jack Simon to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board with August 1-November 13 Report on Agreement Cases, November 30, 1943 
 10. Simon to Matles Regarding International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, October 25, 1945 
 11. Simon to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 7, 1945 
 12. Simon to Matles Regarding Wakefield Boston Sylvania Organization, November 7, 1945 
 13. Simon to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Boston Sylvania, March 13, 1946 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, June 27, 1942-June 2, 1953 55
 1. Albert Smith to James Matles Regarding Staff Members with Staff Assignments and Blank Report Sheet, July 21, 1947 
 2. Smith to David Scribner Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Taft-Hartley and Staff Members with July 25, 1947, Donald Tormey Letter to NLRB Regarding Taft-Hartley and Withdrawl, August 25, 1947 
 3. Smith to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee with September 16, 1947, PAC Report, September 17, 1947 
 4. Smith to Nixon, October 15, 1947 
 5. Smith to Matles Regarding Staff Members, November 12, 1947 
 6. Smith to Selma Regarding Address Changes, May 7, 1948 
 7. Smith to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, July 30, 1952 
 8. Smith to Emma Regarding Staff Members, July 1952 
 9. Geoffrey Spurr to Julius Emspak Regarding UE News, June 27, 1942 
 10. Jerry Steinberg to Matles Regarding Supplies, January 25, 1952 
 11. Steinberg to Ray Klausner Regarding Local 216 Constitution, June 11, 1952 
 12. Steinberg to Emspak Regarding Pittsfield General Electric, August 1952 
 13. Steinberg to Nat Spero Regarding Redwood, Rivett Lathe and Grinder, June 2, 1953 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, December 17, 1941-June 5, 1953 56
 1. Nick Tomassetti to Julius Emspak Regarding District Council, December 17, 1941 
 2. Tomassetti to Emspak Regarding District 2 Victory Convention with May 9, 1942, District Council Minutes, Credential Form, UE Victory Convention Leaflet and UE Victory Convention Program, May 22, 1942 
 3. Tomassetti to James Matles Regarding District 2 Victory Convention, May 22, 1942 
 4. Tomassetti to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding District 2 Victory Convention with Credential Form and UE Victory Convention Leaflet, May 22, 1942 
 5. Tomassetti to Tom Wright Regarding District 2 Victory Convention with UE Victory Convention Program, June 4, 1942 
 6. Tomassetti to Matles Regarding District 2 Victory Convention Program, June 5, 1942 
 7. Tomassetti to Fitzgerald Regarding District 2 Victory Convention Program, June 5, 1942 
 8. Tomassetti to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 30, 1942 
 9. Tomassetti to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 25, 1942 
 10. Tomassetti to Emspak Regarding District 2 Women's Conference Officers, October 19, 1942 
 11. Donald Tormey to Matles Regarding Staff Members, June 5, 1946 
 12. Tormey to All District 2 Staff Members, January 5, 1953 
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District 2 Outgoing Correspondence, May 20, 1937-August 9, 1947 57
 1-2. Doris Venturella to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, October 12, 1943-February 15, 1944 
 3. Venturella to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 14, 1944 
 4-5. Venturella to Barish Regarding Finances, July 14, 1944-November 12, 1945 
 6. Allan Webb to James Matles Regarding New Haven and Political Action, May 6, 1943 
 7. Lillian Weissman to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, January 3, 1941 
 8. Weissman to Matles Regarding Finances, May 5, 1942 
 9. Weissman to Matles Regarding Supplies, 1942 
 10. Weissman to Barish Regarding Staff Finances, July 24, 1943 
 11. Weissman to Barish Regarding Finances, August 17, 1943 
 12. Weissman to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, September 9, 1943 
 13. Arthur Wheeler to UE Regarding Bridgeport Brass, April 4, 1946 
 14. Michael Widman to James Carey Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations, August 9, 1947 
 15. L.A. Willard to People's Press Regarding  People's Press, May 20, 1937 
 16. George Wilson to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 7, 1937 
 17. Wilson to Matles Regarding Supplies, November 15, 1937 
 18. Wilson to Matles Regarding United Shoe Machinery, March 13, 1941 
 19. Frank Winn to UE Regarding Chapman Valve and Organization, February 21, 1942 
 20. Sylvia Zegar to Matles Regarding Staff Members and Hartford Organization, January 30, 1947 
 21. Zegar to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, April 8, 1947 
 22. Unsigned Letter to UE Regarding Hartford Organization, January 24, 1941 
 23. Unsigned Letter to UE Offices Regarding Factionalism and Anti-communism, November 27, 1942 
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District 2 Correspondence, March 11-November 1, 1949 58
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District 2 Correspondence with Local Constitution and By-laws Booklet, October 28, 1942-December 29, 1950 59
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District 2 Correspondence, July 8, 1943-April 1, 1949 60
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District 2 Correspondence, January 9-December 26, 1946 61
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District 2 Correspondence, January 6-December 3, 1947 62
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District 2 Correspondence, January 29, 1948-December 14, 1950 31
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District 2 Correspondence, October 29, 1956-January 1, 1956  2
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District 2 Correspondence, April 24, 1959-May 26, 1967 3
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District 2 Correspondence, August 24, 1966-December 10, 1979 4
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District 2 Correspondence, January 20, 1971-May 31, 1979 5
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District 2 Boston Correspondence, October 11, 1979-October 27, 1989 6
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District 2 Correspondence Regarding Sylvania Agreement, August 24, 1982 7
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District 2 Correspondence, January 4, 1984-March 20, 1991 8
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District 2 Correspondence, April 9, 1991-December 1, 1994 9
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District 2 Correspondence, 1941-1945 10
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District 2 Salary and Expense Letters, February 27-December 28, 1943 11
 1. Albert Lamseit, February 27, 1943 
 2. Marian Danforth, February 27, 1943 
 3-6. Gertrude Kaslick, March 12-April 29, 1943 
 7. Danforth, April 29, 1943 
 8. Lilliam Weissman, May 29, 1943 
 9. Kaslick, May 29, 1943 
 10. Danforth, June 11, 1943 
 11. Weissman, June 30, 1943 
 12-13. Kaslick, June 30-July 14, 1943 
 14. Weissman, July 29, 1943 
 15-16. Kaslick, July 29-August 13, 1943 
 17. Weissman, August 31, 1943 
 18-20. Kaslick, August 31-October 14, 1943 
 21. Doris Venturella, October 29, 1943 
 22-23. Jane D.Mobilio, October 29-November 13, 1943 
 24. Kaslick, November 13, 1943 
 25. Mobilio, November 30, 1943 
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District 2 Salary and Expense Letters, November 30, 1943-August 30,1944 12
 1. Doris Venturella, November 30, 1943 
 2. Jane D. Mobilio, December 14, 1943 
 3. Venturella, December 28, 1943 
 4-8. Bernice Rogers, December 29, 1943-February 14, 1944 
 9. Venturella, February 28, 1944 
 10. Rogers, February 28, 1944 
 11. Venturella, March 29, 1944 
 12-14. Rogers, March 30-April 27, 1944 
 15. Harriet Goldring, April 28, 1944 
 16. Rogers, May 11, 1944 
 17-18. Goldring, May 12-29, 1944 
 19-20. Rogers, May 29-June 14, 1944 
 21. Goldring, June 14, 1944 
 22. Rogers, June 29, 1944 
 23-24. Goldring, June 29-August 30, 1944 
 25. Rogers, August 30, 1944 
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District 2 Salary and Expense Letters, September 14, 1944-June 28, 1945 13
 1-6. Harriet Goldring, September 14-November 21, 1944 
 7-14. Marh Harley, December 14, 1944-March 13, 1945 
 15-17. Helen Grady, March 29-April 27, 1945 
 18-19. Sylvia Fitzpatrick, April 27-May 16, 1945 
 20. Mary Ellen Boland, May 28, 1945 
 21-23. Grady, May 28-June 14, 1945 
 24. Boland, June 14, 1945 
 25. Grady, June 28, 1945 
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District 2 Organizers Vouchers, August 12, 1944-November 23, 1955 14
 1. Carmine Romano, August 12, 1944 
 2. Harold Conroy, December 9, 1944 
 3. Anthony Frasca, August 7, 1945 
 4-6. Anthony Songa, November 23, 1945-December 7, 1946 
 7. Sylvia Zegar, December 21, 1946 
 8-10. Songa, December 21, 1946-January 4, 1947 
 11. Edmund Rice, January 11, 1947 
 12. Songa, January 18, 1947 
 13. Joseph Chast, January 25, 1947 
 14-16. Songa, January 25-February 8, 1947 
 17. Anne DeLanch, March 1947 
 18. Darius Kline, April 1949 
 19. R. Donely, December 7, 1953 
 20. Joseph Zalis, November 23, 1955 
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District 2 Organizers Financial Reports, January 20, 1945-February 15, 1947 15
 1. William Teto, January 20, 1945 
 2. Anthony Songa, December 7, 1946 
 3. Virginia Van Mayer, December 28, 1946 
 4-8. Songa, December 28, 1946-February 15, 1947 
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District 2 Finances, January 1, 1939-July 26, 1955 16
 1. Charter Supply List, January 1, 1939 
 2. Receipt, January 26, 1939 
 3. Paul Seymour Salary Check, June 14, 1943 
 4. Telephone Bill, July 12, 1944 
 5. Supply Requisition with August 31, 1944, Purchase Order, August 1949 
 6. Receipt, November 29, 1946 
 7. Ledger, 1945-1948 
 8. Room Reservation, July 20, 1949 
 9. Telephone Refund with 1951 Receipt 
 10. Monthly Budget with Legal Actions in District, National Labor Relations Board Actions, Fund Raising Possibilities and Additional Notes, November 1949 
 11. Hotel Reservation, February 1952 
 12. L. Sumners Letter to UE, September 16, 1952 
 13. 1953 Convention Journal Bill with November 2, 1953, Receipt, October 14, 1952 
 14-16. Bills, October 8, 1954-February 8, 1955 
 17. District 2 Locals Contribution to Landers Strike, July 26, 1955 
 18. District 2 Supplies 
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District 2 Finances, February 21, 1967-October 15, 1973 17
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District 2 General Electric and Westinghouse Locals and Staff Economic Report 2, April 11, 1966 18
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District 2 Nathan Spero "Westinghouse Booming Profits and Wealth" Pamphlet, April 21, 1972 19
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District 2 Loans, Subsidies and Other Monies, January 25, 1956-September 22, 1965 20
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District 2 Loans, Subsidies and Other Monies, March 31, 1980 21
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District 2 Organizers Blank Weekly Reports, March 1941-June 1943 22
 1. Walter Donaldson, March 1941 
 2-3. Paul Seymour, June 5-12, 1943 
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District 2 Brown and Sharpe Instrument, March 27-April 1, 1943 23
 1. Richard Linsley to James Maltes with Brown and Sharpe Lodges 1088 and 1142 International Association Machinists Contract, March 27, 1943 
 2. Matles to Linsley, April 1, 1943 
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District 2 Raytheon Organization 24
 1. Jack Simon Revised Budget for Raytheon Organizing Comimttee 
 2. Nat Shelman to UE Member with "Company Union" Leaflet 
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District 2 Legislative Reports, January 15-July 9, 1949 25
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District 2 Legislative Comittee and Political Action, May 10, 1982 26
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District 2 Lynn Campaign Reports, May 16-29, 1953 27
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District 2 Correspondence, Mailing List, Form, Meeting Minutes, Report, Proposal and Disposition, 1937-1948 28
 1. Evelyn Reeves Memo, 1937 
 2. Mailing List, 1937 
 3. James Carey to Hugh Lyons Regarding Finances with January 13, 1942, Allen Beau Letter to Lyons; January 13, 1942, Bill; and January 15, 1942, Lyons Letter to Carey, January 1942 
 4. Saul Wallen to William Belanger Regarding War Labor Board, March 10, 1943 
 5. S.L. Archer to Julius Emspak Regarding General Electric, March 11, 1943 
 6. New Britain UE Staff Telegram to James Matles Regarding New Britain Organization, April 15, 1943 
 7. Proposals of Congress of Industrial Organizations to Springfield Mayor in Regards to Race Riots, June 23, 1943 
 8. UE House Committee of New Haven to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE Headquarters with Ticket, 1948 
 9. War Man Power Commission Employment Form, July 31, 1945 
 10. Officers Meeting Minutes, October 18, 1945 
 11. Connecticut Organizers Report, December 1945 
 12. Disposition of Staff, June 4, 1946 
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District 2 Correspondence, Resolution Debate, Memorandums, District Panorama, Political Action Committee Collections and Votes, 1947 29
 1. Hugh Babb to District 2 Regarding Local 284 Arbitration with March 4, 1947, Babb Letter to Julius Emspak; March 7, 1947, Helen Martin to Babb; and Bill, January 24, 1947 
 2. Resume of Debate on Committee for Democratic Action Resolutions at District 2 Council, July 19, 1947 
 3. Memorandum of Senator McMahon Visit, December 10, 1947 
 4. Memorandum Requirements for Massachusetts Third Party, December 10, 1947 
 5. District 2 Panorama, December 1947 
 6. District 2 Political Action Committee Collections, 1947 
 7. District 2 Council Roll Call Vote, 1947 
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District 2 Correspondence, Statement, Bulletin, Study and Bill, 1947-1949 30
 1. Statement of Joint Executive Board Committees Regarding Appointment of John Glynn as Organizer in Hartford Area with Report to UE Members, 1947 
 2. Political Action Bulletin, June 21, 1948 
 3. Unsigned Letter to Julius Emspak, February 28, 1949 
 4. Unemployment in Massachusetts, April 9, 1949 
 5. Unsigned Bill, July 20, 1949 
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District 2 Correspondence, Policy and Local Status, 1949-1951 31
 1. Statement of Policy, 1949 
 2. District 2 Local Status, November 28, 1949 
 3. Jerry Steinberg to All Locals with Wage Stabilization Board General Wage Resolution Number Five, UE WSB Cases Status Report, WSB Development During the Past Few Weeks and Instructions to Staff Members and Locals for WSB Cases, December 3, 1951 
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District 2 Correspondence, Report and Summary, December 14, 1951-April 28, 1953 32
 1. Jerry Steinberg to All Locals with December 13, 1951, Wage Freeze Protest Report; Holiday Pay; UE Wage Stabilization Board Status Report; and WSB Developments During the Past Few Weeks, December 14, 1951 
 2. Steinberg to All District 2 Locals with Memorandum Dealing with General Wage Regulation Number Eighteen and Memorandum on GWR Ninteen and Resolution 78, December 28, 1951 
 3. Steinberg to All District 2 Locals with Steel Wage Talks; UE Activities During Steel Wage Talks; Wage Stabilization Board Development During the Past Few Weeks; and UE WSB Cases Status Report, January 10, 1952 
 4. UE WSB Cases Status Report, June 19, 1952 
 5-6. Summary of UE Delegation to Washington, June 1952-April 1953 
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District 2 Correspondence, Bill, Note, Report and Assignment, June 26, 1953-September 14, 1955 33
 1. Emma Memo to David Ratner Regarding Finances, June 26, 1953 
 2. Don Tormey to Hugh Harley, January 28, 1954 
 3. Thomas Mahony Bill, September 14, 1955 
 4. Springfield Republican Notes 
 5. Assignments 
 6. Vermont Report 
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District 2 Correspondence and Report, November 3-December 17, 1949 34
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District 2 Correspondence, Meeting Minutes and Agenda, October 6, 1967-November 9, 1978 35
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District 2 Westinghouse Meeting Minutes with Company, Occupational Safety and Health Act Memo, EECO Decision and Correspondence, March 26-April 26, 1971 36
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District 2 Westinghouse Proposals for Negotiations, 1969-1972 37
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District 2 Westinghouse Contract Demands, April 20, 1966 41
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District 2 Westinghouse Locals Change Proposals, 1966 2
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District 2 Westinghouse Locals Summary of Westinghouse Settlement and 1968 Cost of Living Adjustment, November 2, 1969 3
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District 2 UE District 2 Victory Convention Proceedings, 1942 4-5
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District 2 Conference on Women, December 13, 1942-January 10, 1943 6
 1. Proceedings, December 13, 1942 
 2. Continuations Committee Meeting, January 10, 1943 
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District 2 General Electric Locals Conference on Women Rates Minutes, August 22, 1953 7
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District 2 General Electric and Westinghouse Joint Conference Board Meeting, November 22-23, 1968 8
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District 2 UE Westinghouse Conference Board Meeting and Correspondence to UE Westinghouse Locals, November 22-23, 1968 9
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District 2 UE Westinghouse Philidalphia Conference Board Meeting Minutes and Correspondence to UE Westinghouse Locals and Staff, November 18-November 30, 1966 10
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District 2 UE Westinghouse Conference Board Meeting Minutes and Correspondence to UE Westinghouse Locals and Staff, May 3-20, 1968 11
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District 2 UE Westinghouse National Conference Board, Hotel Roosevelt Pittsburgh, October 13, 1966 12
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District 2 UE Westinghouse Conference Board Meeting Notices and Minutes, March 7-8, 1969 13
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District 2 Westinghouse Conference Board Meeting Minutes and Correspondence to Westinghouse Locals, May 23-June 9, 1969 14
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District 2 Westinghouse Conference Board Meeting Minutes with Westinghouse Negotiation Committee Statement and Correspondence to Westinghouse Locals and Staff, October 1-24, 1969 15
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District 2 General Electric and Westinghouse Strike Case Assistance, September 30, 1969 16
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District 2 Insurance Meeting with Westinghouse, April 25, 1972 17
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District 2 Beresciket et al Briefs, 1947 18
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District 2 Newspapers, UE News Winchester Edition, April 25-May 28, 1942 19
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District 2 Newspapers, UE News New Haven Edition, June 6-August 26, 1942 20
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District 2 Newspapers, Nutmeg News, April 14-May 14, 1948 21
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District 2 Bulletin, March 1954-May 1955 22
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District 2 Bulletin, April 18-September 9, 1969 23
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District 2 Bulletin, April 18-September 9, 1969 24
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District 2 Pamphlets, 1943-1944 25
 1.  A Call to A Town Meeting, May 1943 
 2.  Town Meeting Program, May 23, 1943 
 3.  Working Together for Victory Regarding Sylvania Organization, 1944 
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District 2 Pamphlets, 1947-1948 26
 1.  Stewards Guide on Taft-Hartley Act, 1947 
 2.  The Plot is Failing Regarding Local 251 and United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, 1948 
 3.  Stop Profits from Human Misery and Death Regarding Insurance and Workman's Compensation, 1948 
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District 2 Pamphlets, 1949-1952 27
 1.  Facts About the Workmens Compensation Law of Connecticut, March 1, 1949 
 2.  UE Acts Against Raiding and Dictatorship in the Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1949 
 3.  A Call Regarding Tool and Die Conference, 1952 
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District 2 Pamphlets, 1954-1955 28
 1.  Facts About the Workmens Compensation Law of Vermont, January 1, 1954 
 2.  Washington Report, 1955 
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District 2 Leaflets, March 1, 1941-November 3, 1952 29
 1. "Joint Organizing Drive" Regarding Farrel-Birmingham, March 1, 1941 
 2. "UE Victory Convention," June 1942 
 3. "A Call to Action in 1943" Regarding Political Action, May 23, 1943 
 4. "Ray Theon News," 1943 
 5. "Darts from Harts" Regarding Ray Theon, June 9, 1944 
 6. "New Contract at Salem Plant," August 16, 1944 
 7. "Mass Meeting" Regarding London Labor Conference, April 15, 1945 
 8. "Special UE-CIO War Labor Board Bulletin," June 18, 1945 
 9. "The Plot Thickens" Regarding Collective Bargaining, 1949 
 10. "Special Wage Stabilization Board Memo," November 3, 1952 
 11. Junior Hostess Application 
 12. Credential Form 
 13. "Ray Theon Workers Want Real Security" 
 14. "Price Control Volunteer" 
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District 2 Leaflets, October-December 1949 30
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District 2 Newspaper Clippings, November 16, 1947-May 26, 1949 31
 1. "Unity Sought in State F of L," Boston Sunday Herald, November 16, 1947 
 2. "UE President lashes Callahan," Berkshire Evening Eagle, May 26, 1949 
 3. "Lynn Unionist Called Red in Suit" 
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District 2 Radio Broadcasts, 1942 32
 1. Scripts, 1942 
 2. "The Production Offensive" Script with April 9, 1942, Bob Davis Letter to Julius Emspak, April 10, 1942 
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District 2 New Organization, February 9, 1976-March 31, 1984 33
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District 2 New Organization, January 20, 1976-March 19, 1979 34
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District 2 New Organization, January 26, 1973-December 12, 1975 35
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District 2 Temporary Organization And District Arrangement, June 17, 1983-July12, 1984 36
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District 2 Mimeo Material, January 29, 1957-August 24, 1967 37
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District 2 Mimeo Material, March 9, 1983-March 9, 1989 38

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Subseries  2. District 2 Locals 

Local 201 

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Local 201 Constitution Changes, 1942 51
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Local 201 Officers List, August 19-November 29, 1944 2
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Local 201 Membership Resolutions, November 1940-April 1952 3
 1. Resolution Regarding John L. Lewis Resignation with Alfred Coulthard Letter to Julius Emspak, November 14, 1940 
 2. Resolution Regarding Factionalism, 1947 
 3. Proposed Resolution Regarding IUE and General Electric Collective Bargaining, April 1952 
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Local 201 Incoming Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, January 30, 1939-September 17, 1945 4
 1. Janet Barish Regarding Finances, January 24, 1944 
 2. James Carey Regarding Labor Education, November 29, 1940 
 3. Joseph Dermody Regarding Unemployment, May 1, 1944 
 4. Dermody Regarding Wages, General Electric and White Collar Workers, September 30, 1944 
 5. Dermody Telegram, September 17, 1945 
 6. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 30, 1939 
 7-9. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24-June 18, 1940 
 10-12. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 13-October 18, 1940 
 13. Emspak's Secretary Regarding Local 201 Resolution, November 15, 1940 
 14. Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, February 20, 1941 
 15. Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, February 26, 1941 
 16-18. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 4-17, 1941 
 19. Emspak Regarding Philadelphia General Electric, March 24, 1941 
 20-25. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 25-April 28, 1941 
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Local 201 Incoming Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, May 5-December 24, 1941 5
 1-2. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 5-12, 1941 
 3. Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Yellow Dog Contracts, May 14, 1941 
 4. Emspak Regarding Wages and White Collar Workers, May 16, 1941 
 5-6. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 19-26, 1941 
 7. Emspak Regarding Wages with June 9, 1941, G.H. Pfeif Letter to Emspak, June 16, 1941 
 8. Emspak Regarding Wages and Inflation, July 11, 1941 
 9. Emspak Letter, July 17, 1941 
 10. Emspak Regarding Gardner Case, July 30, 1941 
 11. Emspak Regarding UE News, October 1, 1941 
 12. Emspak Regarding Jackson Imprisonment, October 14, 1941 
 13. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 16, 1941 
 14. Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, October 31, 1941 
 15. Emspak Regarding Jackson Imprisonment, November 1, 1941 
 16-18. Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, November 5-19, 1941 
 19. Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, November 26, 1941 
 20. Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, December 4, 1941 
 21. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 8, 1941 
 22-23. Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, December 17-24, 1941 
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Local 201 Incoming Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, January 9, 1942-December 14, 1944 6
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, January 9, 1942 
 2. Emspak Regarding Local 201 and General Electric Contracts, February 14, 1942 
 3. Emspak Regarding Mine Mill and Smelter Workers Kirkland Lake Strike, February 26, 1942 
 4. Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, April 3, 1942 
 5. Emspak Regarding Staff Members, May 19, 1942 
 6. Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, Local 618 and Holidays, June 26, 1942 
 7. Emspak Regarding Dues, July 7, 1942 
 8. Emspak Regarding Overtime with Uniform Overtime Rates; Hours Lost in Pay Due to Ban Overtime; and Swing Shift Schedule for Day Shift, February 25, 1943 
 9. Emspak Regarding Publicity, March 11, 1943 
 10. Emspak's Secretary Regarding Dues Check-off, May 17, 1943 
 11-15. Emspak Regarding Finances, May 4-August 26, 1943 
 16. Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 11, 1944 
 17. Emspak Regarding Wages and Little Stell Formula, June 14, 1944 
 18-20. Emspak Regarding Finances, July 14-September 16, 1944 
 21. Emspak Regarding Finances and White Collar Workers, December 1, 1944 
 22. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 14, 1944 
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Local 201 Incoming Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, January 21, 1941-December 3, 1945 7
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 24, 1945 
 2. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, October 5, 1941 
 3. Emspak Regarding Finances, December 3, 1945 
 4. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Military Personnel, December 16, 1943 
 5. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 301 and Factionalism, March 29, 1944 
 6. Ray Klausner Letter, November 6, 1944 
 7. Nat Geller Regarding Supplies, October 1, 1942 
 8. Eleanor Holden Telegram Regarding Grievances, November 16, 1943 
 9. Leo Jandreau Regarding Grievances with July 21, 1943, W.R. Burrows Letter to Emspak and Addition to Grievances Procedure, July 26, 1943 
 10. Jandreau Regarding Trademark with August 25, 1943, Burrows Letter to Emspak, September 1, 1943 
 11. F.M. Kelly Telegram Regarding White Collar Workers, March 15, 1945 
 12. James Matles Regarding Pattern Makers and Erie General Electric, January 21, 1941 
 13. Matles Regarding Pattern Makers and Pattern Makers League of North America Inter-union Rivalry with Text of Petition, January 28, 1941 
 14. Matles Regarding Formica Insulation, Contintal Fibre and Wages, January 14, 1942 
 15. Matles Regarding War Manpower Commission, September 25, 1942 
 16. Matles Regarding Staff Finances, June 28, 1943 
 17. Matles Regarding East Boston General Electric, September 7, 1943 
 18. David Schribner Regarding Maintenance of Members, September 27, 1943 
 19. Joseph Turkowski Regarding Grievances, September 6, 1944 
 20. L. Metcalfe Walling Regarding White Collar Workers and Fair Labor Standards Act, February 20, 1941 
 21. Unsigned Letter Regarding Anti-communism and Factionalism, June 18, 1941 
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Local 201 Outgoing Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, September 15, 1938-March 27, 1940 8
 1-2. Alfred Coulthard to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 15-October 19, 1938 
 3. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, October 24, 1938 
 4. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, November 23, 1938 
 5. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 22, 1938 
 6. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, January 18, 1939 
 7-17. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 20-October 19, 1939 
 18. Coulthard to James Matles Regarding 1939 Officers Report, October 19, 1939 
 19-22. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 22, 1939-March 21, 1940 
 23. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Change of Address, March 27, 1940 
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Local 201 Outgoing Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, April 18, 1940-May 28, 1941 9
 1. Alfred Coulthard to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 18, 1940 
 2. Coulthard to UE Regarding Finances, April 22, 1940 
 3. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 24, 1940 
 4. Coulthard to UE Regarding "Your Union at Work", May 9, 1940 
 5. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 16, 1940 
 6. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding "The Secret Ballot Tells the Story", May 17, 1940 
 7. Coulthard to Emspak, June 20, 1940 
 8. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 28, 1940 
 9. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 28, 1940 
 10. Coulthard to UE Regarding "How a Union Saved 1,500 Jobs", July 9, 1940 
 11. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 18, 1940 
 12. Coulthard to UE Regarding Finances, August 16, 1940 
 13. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 19, 1940 
 14. Coulthard to James Matles Regarding Wages, Watertown Arsenal and Submarine Signal, November 25, 1940 
 15-16. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 22-February 5, 1941 
 17. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding United Machinery, February 8, 1941 
 18. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Vacations, February 18, 1941 
 19. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers and Wages with February 19, 1941, Coulthard Letter to Edward Matthews, February 28, 1941 
 20. Coulthard to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Wages, March 11, 1941 
 21. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages and Local 201 General Electric Collective Bargaining, March 25, 1941 
 22. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery and Yellow Dog Contract with Contract, May 7, 1941 
 23. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Seniority and General Elecrric Conference Board, May 28, 1941 
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Local 201 Outgoing Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, September 12, 1941-March 12, 1943 10
 1. Alfred Coulthard to Julius Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, September 12, 1941 
 2. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Fitzgerald Banquet, October 3, 1941 
 3. Coulthard to James Matles Regarding Fitzgerald Banquet with Tickets, October 3, 1941 
 4. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding United Shoe Machinery, October 6, 1941 
 5-6. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 15-29, 1941 
 7. Coulthard Telegram to James Matles, November 1, 1941 
 8. Coulthard to Matles Regarding Wages and Plastics Industry, December 31, 1941 
 9. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Unites Shoe Machinery, January 2, 1942 
 10.  January 27, 1942 
 11. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Publicity, February 11, 1942 
 12. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Profit Sharing, February 18, 1942 
 13. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 25, 1942 
 14. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding General Electric Contracts and Pensions, August 20, 1942 
 15. Coulthard Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE Officers Elections, September 16, 1942 
 16. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding UE Officers, November 13, 1942 
 17. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Local 623, January 21, 1943 
 18. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding General Electric Contracts, February 22, 1943 
 19. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages and American Federation of Labor, February 25, 1943 
 20. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Profit Sharing, March 3, 1943 
 21. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Publicity, March 12, 1943 
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Local 201 Outgoing Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, April 5, 1943-February 23, 1944 11
 1. Alfred Coulthard Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240, April 5, 1943 
 2. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9240 with April 23, 1943, Coulthard Letter to James Byrnes, April 24, 1943 
 3. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Executive Order 9328 with May 12, 1943, Coulthard Telegram to Byrnes, May 13, 1943 
 4. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, May 14, 1943 
 5. Coulthard to James Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 3, 1943 
 6. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages, July 17, 1943 
 7. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, July 21, 1943 
 8. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Contracts, July 28, 1943 
 9. Coulthard to Leo Jandreau Regarding Grievance Contracts with Summary, July 31, 1943 
 10. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Seniority, Veterans and Conscription, August 6, 1943 
 11. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Trademark, September 6, 1943 
 12. Coulthard Telegram to Eleanor Holden Regarding Arbitration Incentive, October 29, 1943 
 13. Coulthard to Jandreau Regarding White Collar Workers, Wages and War Labor Board, January 20, 1944 
 14. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 10, 1944 
 15. Coulthard to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, January 29, 1944 
 16. Coulthard to Edward Matthews Regarding Wages and Westinghouse, February 23, 1944 
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Local 201 Outgoing Alfred Coulthard Correspondence, March 10, 1944-June 29, 1945 12
 1. Alfred Coulthard to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 10, 1944 
 2. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Wages, Incentive, White Collar Workers and General Electric Collective Bargaining with Coulthard Telegram to William Burrows, March 15, 1944 
 3. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Political Action, April 13, 1944 
 4. Coulthard to Joseph Dermody Regarding Employment and Wages, May 3, 1944 
 5. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Local 201 Officers, June 8, 1944 
 6. Coulthard to Frederick Livingston Regarding White Collar Workers and Walsh-Healey Act with Outline of Exemption of Turbine Planning Department from Provision of Walsh-Healey Act, October 16, 1944 
 7. Coulthard to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE Convention, October 24, 1944 
 8. Coulthard Telegram to Emspak Regarding Executive Council Meeting, November 9, 1944 
 9. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 25, 1944 
 10. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 25, 1944 
 11. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 9, 1944 
 12. Coulthard to Emspak, June 4, 1945 
 13. Coulthard to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Education, June 13, 1945 
 14. Coulthard to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, June 14, 1945 
 15. Coulthard to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 29, 1945 
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Local 201 Incoming Fred Kelly Correspondence, April 18, 1941-September 8, 1949 13
 1. Janet Barish Regarding Finances, July 17, 1947 
 2. William Cahn Regarding Publicity, February 20, 1947 
 3. Cahn Regarding Radio Broadcasts, May 5, 1947 
 4. Cahn Regarding Publicty and Victor Riesel, February 4, 1948 
 5. Julius Emspak Regarding Housing, April 18, 1941 
 6. Emspak Letter, August 4, 1942 
 7. Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 8, 1946 
 8-12. Emspak Regarding Finances, April 2, 1946-February 20, 1948 
 13. Emspak Regarding Stewards Classes, October 8, 1948 
 14. Emspak Regarding Local 201 Education Committee, November 29, 1948 
 15. Emspak Regarding Finances, January 6, 1949 
 16. Emspak Regarding UE News, February 28, 1949 
 17-18. Emspak Regarding Finances, February 16-April 1, 1949 
 19. Emspak Letter, April 8, 1949 
 20. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary Regarding Congress of Industrial Organizations with January 16, 1947, Allan Haywood Letter to Fitzgerald, January 24, 1947 
 21. Fitzgerald Letter, April 5, 1949 
 22. Fitzgerald Regarding Disability with April 4, 1947, Russ Nixon Letter to Fitzgerald and March 29, 1947, Fred Simonian Letter to Lane, April 15, 1947 
 23. Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officers Election with Fitzgerald Telegram to Kelly, June 6, 1949 
 24. Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Convention, July 14, 1949 
 25. Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, September 8, 1949 
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Local 201 Incoming Fred Kelly Correspondence, January 10,1945-July 11, 1949 14
 1. James Matles Regarding Stewards Meeting, November 25, 1946 
 2. Matles Letter, February 11, 1947 
 3. Matles Regarding Labor Education, September 22, 1948 
 4. Matles Telegram Regarding Local 201 Executive Board, July 11, 1949 
 5. Edward Matthews Regarding Westinghouse and Pensions, June 23, 1948 
 6. Mimi Segal Letter, August 12, 1946 
 7. Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, November 3, 1947 
 8. Don Pinkston Regarding Publicity and Wages, January 10, 1945 
 9. David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 12, 1947 
 10. Benjamin Riskin Letter, May 5, 1947 
 11. David Scribner Regarding Veterans, December 28, 1945 
 12. Scribner Regarding Taft-Hartley, October 9, 1947 
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Local 201 Outgoing Fred Kelly Correspondence, April 12, 1941-July 11, 1947 15
 1. Fred Kelly to C.H. Palmer Regarding Housing, April 12, 1941 
 2-3. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Housing, April 14-July 11, 1941 
 4. Kelly to Nat Geller Regarding Supplies, September 28, 1942 
 5. Kelly to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, December 21, 1945 
 6. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 19, 1946 
 7. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Local 201 Officers, June 26, 1946 
 8. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 12, 1946 
 9. Kelly Telegram to Clifford McAvoy, August 7, 1946 
 10. Kelly to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 201 Anniversary, August 14, 1946 
 11. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 10, 1946 
 12. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, September 12, 1946 
 13. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 12, 1946 
 14. Kelly to James Matles Regarding General Electric Collective Bargaining and Wages, November 26, 1946 
 15. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 10, 1947 
 16. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Civil Rights Committee and Racism with Kelly Letter to Harry Truman, January 22, 1947 
 17. Kelly to David Ratner, February 5, 1947 
 18. Kelly to Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, February 5, 1947 
 19. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Publicity, February 14, 1947 
 20. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Legislative Commitee Banquet, May 6, 1947 
 21-22. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 7-July 11, 1947 
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Local 201 Outgoing Fred Kelly Correspondence, October 1, 1947-September 30, 1948 16
 1. Fred Kelly to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 1, 1947 
 2. Kelly to UE Regarding Taft-Hartley, October 7, 1947 
 3-7. Kelly to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 21-November 25, 1947 
 8. Kelly to Russ Nixon Regarding "The History of Local 201", November 25, 1947 
 9-15. Kelly to Emspak Regarding PAC, December 1, 1947-January 12, 1948 
 16. Kelly to Members Regarding Scholarships, Vacation and Radio Broadcasts, January 22, 1948 
 17. Kelly to Emspak Regarding PAC, March 26, 1948 
 18. Kelly to Local 201 Members Regarding General Electric, Inflation and Collective Bargaining, May 25, 1948 
 19. Kelly to Local 201 Members Regarding General Electric, RCA and General Motors Collective Bargaining, May 27, 1948 
 20. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, May 28, 1948 
 21. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards Classes, September 15, 1948 
 22. Kelly to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Classes, September 15, 1948 
 23-24. Kelly to James Maltes Regarding Shop Stewards Classes, September 15-24, 1948 
 25. Kelly Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Taft-Hartley and Affidavits, September 30, 1948 
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Local 201 Outgoing Fred Kelly Correspondence, October 1, 1948-June 2, 1949 17
 1. Fred Kelly to Julius Emspak Regarding Shop Stewards Classes, October 1, 1948 
 2. Kelly to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Shop Stewards Classes, October 1, 1948 
 3. Kelly to James Matles Regarding Shop Stewards Classes, October 1, 1948 
 4. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Education October 28, 1948 
 5. Kelly to Emspak Regarding UE News and Communist Party with "You Voted...Now Get Action!" and November 29, 1948,  New York Sun Clipping, January 3, 1949 
 6. Kelly to Matles Regarding Labor Education, January 3, 1949 
 7. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Labor Education, January 4, 1949 
 8. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Labor Education, January 4, 1949 
 9. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Arbitration, February 15, 1949 
 10. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 7, 1949 
 11. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Local 201 Executive Board Meeting, March 17, 1949 
 12. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Anti-communism, March 28, 1949 
 13. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 28, 1949 
 14. Kelly Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Taft-Hartley Regarding Affidavits, March 28, 1949 
 15. Kelly to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, May 11, 1949 
 16. Kelly to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officers Elections, May 19, 1949 
 17. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officers Elections, May 19, 1949 
 18. Kelly to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officer Elections, May 19, 1949 
 19. Kelly Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officer Elections, May 26, 1949 
 20. Kelly Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officers Elections, May 26, 1949 
 21. Kelly Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officers Elections, May 26, 1949 
 22. Kelly Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officers Elections, June 2, 1949 
 23. Kelly Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officer Elections, June 2, 1949 
 24. Kelly Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officer Elections, June 2, 1949 
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Local 201 Outgoing Fred Kelly Correspondence, June 7-October 7, 1949 18
 1. Fred Kelly to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, 1949 UE Officers Election and Wage Campaign with June 1, 1949, Ray Klausner Telegram to Fitzgerald, June 7, 1949 
 2. Kelly Telegram to James Matles Regarding Factionalism and Grievances, July 8, 1949 
 3. Kelly to Joseph Turkowski Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Convention with Affidavit, July 11, 1949 
 4. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionslism and 1949 UE Convention with Affidavit, July 11, 1949 
 5. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, August 24, 1949 
 6. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, UE Constitutions and 1949 UE Convention, September 12, 1949 
 7. Kelly to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Fitzgerald Trial, October 7, 1949 
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Local 201 Incoming Correspondence, February 4, 1941-April 2, 1954 19
 1. Janet Barish to Leona Mondon Regarding Finances, April 2, 1954 
 2. William Cahn to Anthony Frasca Regarding Veterans and Publicity, December 6, 1945 
 3. Cahn to Joseph Turkowski Regarding Lynn Telegram-News, December 17, 1945 
 4. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Publicity, January 12, 1946 
 5. Cahn to Frasca Regarding General Electric Strikes and Publicity, January 23, 1946 
 6. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Mailing List, March 10, 1947 
 7. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Publicity, April 7, 1947 
 8. Cahn to Sid Cushing Regarding Publicity and 1947 UE Convention, July 7, 1947 
 9. Cahn to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, July 11, 1947 
 10. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Publicity, July 22, 1947 
 11. Cahn to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, July 28, 1947 
 12. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Publicity, July 28, 1947 
 13. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Publicity and 1947 UE Convention, August 19, 1947 
 14. Cahn to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention with Suggested Convention Slogans, August 25, 1947 
 15. Fannie Cohn to Frasca Regarding Publicity, August 25, 1947 
 16. Cohn Telegram to Sheldon Dressler Regarding Political Action Committee, August 26, 1947 
 17. Cohn Telegram to Paul Seymour Regarding PAC, August 26, 1947 
 18. Cahn to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 3, 1947 
 19. Cahn to Frasca Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 3, 1947 
 20. Cahn Telegram to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 9, 1947 
 21. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Strikes and 1947 UE Convention, September 10, 1947 
 22-23. Cahn to Frasca Regarding Publicity, March 24-April 11, 1949 
 24. James Carey to Henry Wall Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, February 4, 1941 
 25. Carey Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald, March 19, 1941 
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Local 201 Incoming Correspondence, November 30,1938-October 4, 1950 20
 1. Joseph Dermody to William Adams, May 1, 1944 
 2. Dermody to Adams Regarding Employment and Wages, May 5, 1944 
 3. Dermody Telegram to Hugh McManus Regarding General Electric Collective Bargaining, October 15, 1945 
 4-5. Julius Emspak to Gail Smith Regarding Maytag Defense Fund, November 30-December 10, 1938 
 6. Emspak to H.L. Brownlie Regarding Employment and Aircraft Industry, November 27, 1940 
 7. Emspak to Henry Wall Regarding Local 201 Anniversary Dance with Ticket, January 22, 1941 
 8. Emspak to LeRoy Hardy Regarding Address, March 31, 1941 
 9. Emspak to Richard Linsley Regarding Incentive and Local 201 General Electric Strike, January 19, 1943 
 10. Emspak to Stanley Beecher Regarding Political Action, June 2, 1943 
 11. Emspak to Earl Riley Regarding Wages and Little Steel Formula, April 20, 1944 
 12. Norma Gould to Floyd Cropley Regarding Coulthard Testimonial Dinner, July 18, 1944 
 13. Emspak to Sidney Cushing Regarding 1947 Convention, April 21, 1947 
 14. Emspak to Hugh Joyce Regarding Local 201 Officers, May 19, 1948 
 15. Emspak to Ray Wilson Regarding Finances, November 2, 1949 
 16. Emspak to William Devine Regarding UE News, August 18, 1950 
 17. Emspak to Walter McCabe Regarding Finances, September 29, 1950 
 18. Emspak to Donald Tormey Regarding Finances, October 4, 1950 
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Local 201 Incoming Correspondence, January 21, 1941-October 4, 1949 21
 1. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Stanley Beecher Regarding Legislative Conference, March 16, 1943 
 2. Fitzgerald Telegram to Beecher Regarding Political Action, June 11, 1943 
 3. Ray Klausner to Anthony Frasca Regarding Publicity, December 5, 1944 
 4. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Hugh McManus Regarding Membership Meeting, October 23, 1945 
 5. Fitzgerald's Secretary to James Vasi, November 1, 1945 
 6. Fitzgerald to Floyd Cropley Regarding Grievances and Retirement with June 1946 Louise Simmons Letter to Fitzgerald, June 18, 1946 
 7. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Sidney Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 15, 1947 
 8. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Sheldon Drew Regarding Finances, October 1, 1947 
 9. Fitzgerald Telegram to William Emery Regarding Factionalism and Expulsions, October 4, 1949 
 10. Eleanor Holden Telegram to Paul Symour, July 9, 1943 
 11. James Matles to Henry Wall Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, January 21, 1941 
 12. Matles to Arthur Wood Regarding Supplies, April 3, 1941 
 13. Matles to Wood Regarding Untied Shoe Machinery, June 10, 1941 
 14. Matles to Earl Riley Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, January 22, 1942 
 15. Matles to Jeremiah Linehan Regarding Staff Members, July 15, 1942 
 16. Matles to Linehan Regarding War Manpower Commission, September 25, 1942 
 17. Matles to Riley Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, February 19, 1943 
 18. Matles to Linehan Regarding Staff Members, May 4, 1943 
 19. Matles to Mr. Peacock Regarding International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, National Labor Relations Board Elections and Fort Wayne General Electric, July 7, 1945 
 20. Norma Gould to Peacock Regarding Fort Wayne General Electric National Labor Relations Board Election, October 5, 1943 
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Local 201 Incoming Correspondence, November 8, 1945-July 9, 1954 22
 1. James Matles to Hugh McManus Regarding Veterans, November 8, 1945 
 2. Matles to McManus, November 9, 1945 
 3. Selma Travler to Sidney Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 3, 1947 
 4. Matles to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, October 1, 1947 
 5. Matles to Florence Ross Regarding White Collar Workers, December 31, 1952 
 6. Matles to James Vasi Regarding Finances, March 20, 1953 
 7. Matles to Ruth Newell Regarding Finances and Women, November 18, 1953 
 8-9. Matles to Frank, July 2-9, 1954 
 10. Russ Nixon to Frank Sargent Regarding Washington Office, August 11, 1947 
 11. Nixon to Cushing Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 9, 1947 
 12. Nixon to Cushing Regarding Political Action Committee, September 12, 1947 
 13. David Ratner to William McCabe, October 23, 1952 
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Local 201 Outgoing Correspondence, November 19, 1940-November 4, 1953 23
 1. Hugh Baillie to James Matles Regarding Lynn General Electric National Labor Relations Board Election with August 24, 1953, Matles Letter to Charles Newell, July 14, 1953 
 2. Stanley Beecher to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Legislative Conference, March 15, 1943 
 3-4. Beecher to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 19-28, 1943 
 5. Beecher Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, June 11, 1943 
 6. Ed Bolch to UE Regarding White Collar Workers with Mailing List, November 4, 1953 
 7. H.L. Brownlie to UE Regarding Employment, November 19, 1940 
 8. Alexander Cockburn to Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Pensions, June 18, 1948 
 9. Leo Corcoran Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 201 Officers and Factionalism, October 4, 1949 
 10. Floyd Cropley to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance with Tickets, January 26, 1944 
 11. Cropley to UE Regarding Coulthard Testimonial Banquet with Tickets, June 30, 1944 
 12. William Cuddy to Matles Regarding Mailing List with October 31, 1951, David Ratner Memo to Charles Newell, October 29, 1951 
 13. Sidney Cushing to William Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention, July 9, 1947 
 14. Sheldon Drew to Nat Geller Regarding Supplies, July 26, 1944 
 15. Drew to Geller Regarding Supplies, July 29, 1944 
 16. Timothy Daly Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding UE Officers, September 9, 1948 
 17. William Devine to Janet Barish Regarding Finances with Receipt, June 20, 1950 
 18. Devine to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, August 28, 1950 
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Local 201 Outgoing Correspondence, July 11, 1943-April 1, 1954 24
 1. Charles Doherty to UE Regarding UE Constitutions, November 19, 1949 
 2. Jeremy Flynn Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Constitutions and UE Suspensions, October 4, 1949 
 3. Anthony Frasca to Fitzgerald Regarding Latin America, March 16, 1944 
 4. Frasca to Fitzgerald Regarding Publicity, December 1, 1944 
 5. Frasca to Fitzgerald Regarding Lynn Chamber of Commerce, June 6, 1945 
 6. Frasca to William Cahn, March 1, 1946 
 7-9. Frasca to Cahn Regarding Publicity, April 4-August 21, 1947 
 10. Frasca Telegram to Cahn Regarding 1947 UE Convention, September 10, 1947 
 11. George Mahoney to Fitzgerald Regarding Reardon Banquet, November 22, 1944 
 12. Hugh McManus Telegram to Joseph Dermody Regarding Wages and General Electric Conference 
 13. McManus to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, October 22, 1945 
 14. McManus to James Matles Regarding Veterans, November 6, 1945 
 15. Leona Mondou to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 1, 1954 
 16. Jack Mould to Fitzgerald Regarding White Collar Workers, November 9, 1953 
 17. Francis Peacock to Matles Regarding Fort Wayne General Electric National Labor Relations Board Election, July 11, 1943 
 18. Peacock Telegram to Fitzgerald, February 2, 1944 
 19. Peacock to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, February 7, 1944 
 20. Peacock to Fitzgerald Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 14, 1950 
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Local 201 Outgoing Correspondence, January 20, 1942-May 4, 1953 25
 1. Earl Riley to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance with Tickets, January 20, 1942 
 2-3. Riley to James Matles Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, January 20, 1942-February 13, 1943 
 4. Riley to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 201 Annual Celebration, August 9, 1943 
 5. Riley to Emspak Regarding Wages and Little Steel Formula, March 31, 1944 
 6. Riley to Fitzgerald Regarding Food with Electrical Union News Clipping, June 25, 1945 
 7. Riley Telegram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Officer Elections, June 15, 1949 
 8. Riley Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and UE Officers Elections, June 15, 1949 
 9. Riley Telegram to Matles Regarding Factionalism and UE Officers Elections, June 15, 1949 
 10. Riley Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Congratulations, September 21, 1949 
 11. Riley Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 201 Executive Board, July 12, 1949 
 12. Florence Ross to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers, December 8, 1952 
 13. Ross to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers with December 31, 1952, Note and December 16, 1952, Matles Letter to Charles Newell, December 8, 1952 
 14. Franklin Sargent to Russ Nixon Regarding Washington Office, June 26, 1947 
 15. Paul Seymour to Matles, June 19, 1943 
 16. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Leave of Absence, June 23, 1943 
 17. Seymour to Matles Regarding Staff Finances, July 3, 1943 
 18. Seymour to Leo Jandreau Regarding Wages and White Collar Workers, December 15, 1943 
 19. Fred Simonian to Delmond Garst Regarding Injury with July 12, 1946, Garst Letter to Fitzgerald and July 16, 1946, Joseph Dermody Memo to Fitzgerald, July 5, 1946 
 20-21. Lilyan Sumners to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 23-August 12, 1952 
 22. Sumners to David Ratner Regarding Supplies, August 15, 1952 
 23. Sumners to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 15, 1952 
 24. Sumners to UE Regarding Finances, October 31, 1952 
 25. Sumners to Emspak Regarding Finances and International Harvester Strikes, November 17, 1952 
 26. Sumners to Janet Barish Regarding Change of Address, March 10, 1953 
 27. Sumners to Barish Regarding Staff Finances with May 6, 1953, Matles Letter to Newell, May 4, 1953 
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Local 201 Outgoing Correspondence, January 20, 1941-February 1, 1954 26
 1. James Vasi to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding North Shore Council, October 30, 1945 
 2. Henry Wall to James Carey Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance with Tickets, January 20, 1941 
 3. Wall to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, January 20, 1941 
 4. Wall to James Matles Regarding Local 201 Annual Dance, January 20, 1941 
 5. George Walsh to Earl Riley Regarding Local 201, IUE and General Electric Collective Bargaining, April 28, 1953 
 6. Walsh to Fitzgerald Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry and Lynn General Electric Elections, December 22, 1953 
 7-8. Arthur Wood to Matles Regarding Supplies, April 2-May 6, 1941 
 9. Jake Zeramby to Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 1, 1954 
 10. Unsigned Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 201 Officer Elections, October 8, 1941 
 11. Vincent Murray et al to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Secession, November 2, 1949 
 12. Local 201 to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances, December 14, 1953 
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Local 201 Correspondence, June 2, 1943-July 1, 1949 27
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Local 201 Lynn Correspondence and UE 201 News, February 26, 1958-June 30, 1964 28
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Local 201 Lynn Correspondence and Forms, November 18, 1946-January 3, 1968 29
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Local 201 Financial Correspondence, Alfred Couthard, December 12, 1940-October 20, 1941 30
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Local 201 Financial Correspondence, Alfred Couthard, November 18, 1941-January 9, 1942 31
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Local 201 Receipts, September 20, 1938-November 27, 1939 32
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Local 201 Receipts, January 3-August 21, 1940 33
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Local 201 Per Capita Reports, August 1938-July 1940 34
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Local 201 Per Capita Reports, May-July 1950 35
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Local 201 Supply Requisitions, August 29, 1938-August 19, 1940 36
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Local 201 Subsidy Receipts, August 24, 1950-July 20, 1953 37
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Local 201 Notice, Correspondence and Ledger, 1940-1953 38
 1. Shipping Notice, August 21, 1940 
 2. Norman Craven Expense Report, January 21, 1950 
 3. Janet Barish Memo to Julius Emspak, December 15, 1953 
 4. Charles Newell to David Ratner, December 17, 1953 
 5. Ledger, 1953 
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Local 201 Organizational Reports, May 22, 1941 39
 1-2. United Shoe Machinery, May 22, 1941 
 3. Lynn, Massachusetts, May 22, 1941 
 4. Surrette Battery, May 22, 1941 
 5. Turner Tanning Machine, May 22, 1941 
 6. International Box Machine, May 22, 1941 
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Local 201 Gardner Disability Case, May 16, 1941-June 5, 1942 40
 1. Case of Authur Gardner, May 16, 1941 
 2. Conference with Management, May 21, 1941 
 3. Meeting of Sub-Committee, May 24, 1941 
 4-5. Conference with Management, June 13-24, 1941 
 6. Alfred Coulthard to Julius Emspak with Coulthard Letter to William Burrows, July 2, 1941 
 7. Executive Board Case, May 5, 1942 
 8-10. Conference with Management, May 8-24, 1942 
 11. Coulthard to Emspak, June 5, 1942 
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Local 201 Supercharger Sitdown, January 1943 41
 1. Richard Linsley to James Matles, January 4, 1943 
 2. All-out Production Plan, January 1943 
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Local 201 Little Steel Formula Committee, June 27, 1944 42
 1. Earl Riley to Julius Emspak, June 27, 1944 
 2. Resolution 
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Local 201 Nadworny vs Emery, UE/IUE Lawsuit, September 11, 1950-June 11, 1952 43
 1. Memorandum, September 11, 1950 
 2. Allan Rosenberg to David Scribner with Press Release, September 12, 1950 
 3. Second Amendment to Stipulation to Make Strike Funds Available, September 18, 1950 
 4. Amendment to Stipulation to Make Strike Funds Available, September 18, 1950 
 5. Memorandum, February 13, 1951 
 6. Rosenberg to Scribner, June 5, 1951 
 7. Memo, June 8, 1951 
 8. Petition for Attachment for Contempt, June 8, 1951 
 9. Rosenberg to Scribner, June 29, 1951 
 10. Dan Tormey to James Matles, June 1951 
 11. Rosenberg to Albert Fitzgerald with April 11, 1952, Finding and Order, April 17, 1952 
 12-13. Rosenberg to Scribner, May 7-13, 1952 
 14. Memorandum, May 29, 1952 
 15. Rosenberg to Albert Goldman with Stipulation, June 10, 1952 
 16. Rosenberg to Scribner, June 11, 1952 
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Local 201 National Labor Relations Board Election, March 4-December 7, 1953 44
 1. Questionnaire with March 17, 1953, Summary of Replies to Questionnaire, March 4, 1953 
 2. Statement by Albert Fitzgerald, April 1953 
 3. Charles Newell Report, May 16, 1953 
 4. Report, May 25, 1953 
 5. Newell to Janet Barish, May 27, 1953 
 6-7. Report, June 1-6, 1953 
 8. Newell to James Matles, June 9, 1953 
 9. Statement, June 15, 1953 
 10. Newell to Matles, June 16, 1953 
 11. Newell to Matles with Assignments, August 1, 1953 
 12. George Goldstein to Newell, October 23, 1953 
 13. Goldstein to Newell with Goldstein Letter to Guy Farmer, November 3, 1953 
 14. Emma Memo to Lila, November 10, 1953 
 15. Ruth Newell to Matles, November 16, 1953 
 16. Joseph Dermody to UE Staff Members with Dermody Letter to John Callahan, December 5, 1953 
 17. Fitzgerald to Philip Bowker, December 17, 1953 
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Local 201 Alex Gregory Dismissal, 1954 45
 1. Alexander Gregory to Albert Fitzgerald, April 1, 1954 
 2. Fitzgerald to Gregory, April 8, 1954 
 3. Grievances, 1954 
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Local 201 Correspondence, Notices, Election Results, Mailing List and Memorandum, December 1940-January 1953 46
 1. Maintenance and Buildings, December 1940 
 2. Julius Emspak to General Electric Locals Regarding Seniority and General Electric Collective Bargaining with May 28, 1941, Alfred Coulthard Letter to Emspak, June 5, 1941 
 3. Starting Rates, June 19, 1941 
 4. Proposals Covering the Lynn Matter, 1941 
 5. Richard Linsley to James Matles Regarding Pattern Maker League of North America Inter-union Rivalry, March 20, 1943 
 6. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, No-strike Pledge and Anti-communism with Mills Statement, June 9, 1943 
 7. Albert Fitzgerald to Clayton Rock Regarding Leave of Absence, June 28, 1943 
 8. Linsley to Fitzgerald Regarding District 2, July 29, 1943 
 9. District 2 Meeting Notice, October 5, 1943 
 10. Paul Seymour to Emspak Regarding Address, November 20, 1943 
 11. Seymour to Emspak Regarding District Conference, January 25, 1944 
 12. Seymour to Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployment and Austiral, April 5, 1944 
 13. Matles Telegram to Donald Tormey Regarding Veterans, November 9, 1945 
 14. Seymour to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, July 15, 1946 
 15. J. Hashian Telegram to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, October 1, 1948 
 16. Tormey to Matles Regarding Local 201 Officers, November 16, 1949 
 17. Matles to Tormey Regarding Finances, November 29, 1950 
 18. Tormey to Matles Regarding Local 201 Executive Council, January 5, 1951 
 19. Unsigned Letter to Matles, April 10, 1951 
 20. Emma Memo to David Ratner Regarding Lynn General Electric National Labor Relations Board Election and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, August 1, 1951 
 21. Tormey to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 30, 1951 
 22. Tormey to Matles Regarding Lynn General Electric National Labor Relations Board Elections, IUE Inter-union Rivalry, Diesinker Conference Board and American Federation of Labor, December 21, 1951 
 23. Results of January 3, 1952, Election 
 24. Mailing List 
 25. Memorandum 
 26. Charles Newell to Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, January 9, 1953 
 27. Memo, June 11, 1943 
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Local 201 Newspaper, Electrical Union News, January 9, 1941-November 28, 1952 47
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Local 201 Newspaper, UE 201 News, February 16, 1950-September 10, 1953 48
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Local 201 Newspaper, The Spotlight, November 24, 1951-March 22, 1952 49
 1.  The Spotlight with November 30, 1951, Charles Newell Letter to James Matles, November 24, 1951 
 2-5.  The Spotlight, December 8, 1951-January 1, 1952 
 6.  The Spotlight with January 21, 1952, Note to Matles, January 19, 1952 
 7.  The Spotlight, March 22, 1952 
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Local 201 Newspaper, Score, April 11, 1952-March 2, 1954 50
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Local 201 Pamphlets, August 2, 1942-July 21, 1949 51
 1. Report to the Membership on the Wage Question, August 2, 1942 
 2.  Fifteen Years with 201 
 3-4.  Voice of the UE, July 14-21, 1949 
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Local 201 Leaflets, 1949-1953 52
 1. "Tomorrow Important Meeting," May 26, 1949 
 2. "What's Happening in Local 201?," May 1949 
 3. "Attention! Attention!," 1951 
 4. Notice, 1951 
 5. Caucus Meeting "Rank and File Committee", November 25, 1952 
 6. "Dear General Electric Employee," February 18, 1953 
 7. "IUE Cracking at the Seams," March 17, 1953 
 8. "United Negotiations Still the Issue," March 24, 1953 
 9. "Dear Sister or Brother" Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, June 30, 1953 
 10. "While," November 4, 1953 
 11. "An Open Letter," November 8, 1953 
 12. "Dear General Electric Employee," November 20, 1953 
 13. "A Message From Lynn General Electric Workers," 1953 
 14. "Piece Work Slashes Begin!!," 1953 
 15. "Hugh McManus Jr. For Business Agent," 1953 
 16. "Walk-out of Building 74" 
 17. "You Are Being Asked For" 
 18. Testimonial Banquet Ticket 
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Local 201 Radio Broadcast, May 13, 1950 53
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Local 201 Newspaper Clippings, March 1941-February 1947 54
 1.  Electrical News, March 6, 1941 
 2.  Lynn Daily Evening Item, February 1947 

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Local 202 Constitution 55
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Local 202 Officers Lists, November 1, 1944-August 29, 1950 56
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Local 202 Membership Resolutions, February 20, 1949 57
 1. Resolution Regarding Factionalism, February 20, 1949 
 2-3. Resolution Regarding Factionalism 
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Local 202 Incoming Correspondence, November 4, 1940-February 24, 1947 58
 1. William Cahn to Arthur Batchelder Regarding Westinghouse Strikes and Veterans, January 23, 1946 
 2. Cahn to Batchelder Regarding Westinghouse Strikes, March 2, 1946 
 3. Cahn to Batchelder Regarding Publicity, April 5, 1946 
 4. Cahn to William McDonald Regarding Publicity with "Joe Worker", February 24, 1947 
 5. Cahn to McDonald Regarding Publicity, March 13, 1947 
 6. Julius Emspak to Claude Cuddihy Regarding 1940 Presidential Elections, November 4, 1940 
 7. Emspak to Cuddihy Regarding White Collar Workers, February 26, 1941 
 8. Emspak to Matthew Campbell Regarding UE News and Factionalism, April 4, 1941 
 9. Emspak to J.C. Almeida Regarding Westinghouse and Wages, July 10, 1941 
 10. Emspak to William Liberman Regarding Local 202 Picnic with Two Tickets, July 17, 1941 
 11. Emspak to Julius Almeida Regarding Mailing List, October 8, 1941 
 12. Emspak to Almeida Regarding War Conversion, March 5, 1942 
 13. Emspak to Almeida Regarding Finances, June 3, 1942 
 14. Emspak to Almeida Regarding Supplies, June 4, 1942 
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Local 202 Incoming Correspondence, September 18, 1942-November 29, 1949 59
 1. Julius Emspak to J. Almeida Regarding Supplies, December 7, 1942 
 2. Emspak to Richard Linsley Regarding Finances, July 13, 1943 
 3. Emspak to Joseph Orenstein Regarding Local 202 Annual Ball, October 6, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Almeida Regarding Political Action Committee, October 17, 1944 
 5. Emspak to Leo Benoit Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 23, 1945 
 6. Emspak to Arthur Batchelder, November 2, 1945 
 7. Emspak Telegram to Batchelder, April 1, 1946 
 8. Emspak to Batchelder Regarding Westinghouse Strikes, April 26, 1946 
 9-10. Emspak to William Lieberman Regarding The Black Book, February 20-March 4, 1947 
 11. Emspak to Benoit Regarding Local 202 Westinghouse Contracts and Women, July 21, 1947 
 12. Emspak to Benoit Regarding Political Action Committee, November 7, 1947 
 13. Albert Fitzgerald to Almeida Regarding Local 202 Constitution, September 18, 1942 
 14. Fitzgerald Telegram to Benoit Regarding Productivity, July 23, 1943 
 15. Fitzgerald to Orenstein Regarding Local 202 Annual Ball, September 29, 1943 
 16. Fitzgerald to Almeida Regarding Addresses, January 7, 1944 
 17. Fitzgerald to Almeida Regarding 1944 UE Convention, October 26, 1944 
 18. Fitzgerald to Ernest Stone Regarding Cimino Testimonial, October 31, 1945 
 19. Fitzgerald Telegram to Anthony Cimino Regarding Cimino Testimonial, November 29, 1945 
 20. Fitzgerald to Lieberman Regarding Women and Seniority, January 26, 1949 
 21. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Marie Sutton, March 4, 1949 
 22. Fitzgerald to Fred Piucz Regarding Local 202 Officers and Factionalism, November 29, 1949 
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Local 202 Incoming Correspondence, March 18, 1941-March 29, 1949 60
 1. Albert Fitzgerald to William Lieberman Regarding Women, Seniority and Local 617 with September 15, 1948, C.D. Moore Letter to Thomas Flanagan and March 29, 1949, Fitzgerald to Paul Seymour, March 29, 1949 
 2. Leo Jandreau to Leo Benoit Regarding Arbitration, Steel Workers Organizing Committee and American Locomotive, July 26, 1943 
 3. James Matles to Julius Almeida, March 18, 1941 
 4. Matles to Matthew Campbell Regarding Local 202 Westinghouse Contracts, April 26, 1941 
 5. Matles Telegram to Almeida, April 28, 1941 
 6. Matles to Almeida Regarding Westinghouse Service, June 11, 1941 
 7. Matles to Lieberman, July 28, 1941 
 8. Matles to Almeida Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, Wages and Women, September 18, 1941 
 9. Matles' Secretary to Almeida, January 8, 1942 
 10. Matles Telegram to Almeida Regarding General Electric Conference Board, January 16, 1942 
 11. Matles to Almeida Regarding Westinghouse Contracts and White Collar Workers, January 19, 1942 
 12. Matles to Almeida, January 29, 1942 
 13. Matles Telegram to Almeida Regarding War Labor Board, February 24, 1942 
 14. Matles to Benoit, March 18, 1942 
 15. Matles Telegram to Almeida, April 17, 1942 
 16. Matles to Almeida Regarding General Electric Conference, June 8, 1942 
 17. Matles to Almeida Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining and United Front, June 24, 1942 
 18. Matles to Almeida Regarding Grievances and White Collar Workers with June 16, 1942, W.G. Marshall Letter to Matles, June 29, 1942 
 19. Matles to Thomas Wilson Regarding Wages and Women, July 17, 1942 
 20. Matles Telegram to Almedia with Army-Navy Production Award Banquet Invitation, January 19, 1943 
 21. Matles to Joseph Orenstein Regarding Local 202 Annual Ball, October 4, 1943 
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Local 202 Incoming Correspondence, January 8, 1946-August 16, 1948 61
 1. James Matles to Arthur Batchelder Regarding Westinghouse Strikes, January 8, 1946 
 2. Selma Kaslick to Batchelder Regarding Local 202 Westinghouse Strike, March 2, 1946 
 3. Matles to Batchelder, May 29, 1946 
 4. Matles to William Lieberman Regarding House Un-American Activities Committee, February 11, 1947 
 5. Matles to Lieberman Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, February 13, 1947 
 6. Kaslick to Lieberman Regarding Wage, Inflation and Profits, March 5, 1947 
 7. Matles to Lieberman Regarding Factionalism and 1947 UE Convention, October 24, 1947 
 8. Matles to Lieberman Regarding Factionalism and Association of Catholic Trade Unionists with October 18, 1947, Labor Leader Reprint, December 8, 1947 
 9. Selma Trauber to Anthony Cimino, May 10, 1948 
 10. Matles to Local 202 Regarding Factionalism, June 24, 1948 
 11. Matles to Leo Benoit Regarding Factionalism, August 16, 1948 
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Local 202 Incoming Correspondence, October 26, 1939-May 27, 1949 62
 1. Edward Matthews to Leo Benoit Regarding Factionalism and Stewards Meeting, June 25, 1948 
 2. Matthews to William Leiberman Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board and Factionalism, May 27, 1949 
 3. James Moriarty to Matthew Campbell Regarding Minimum Wage and Aerovox with October 30, 1939, Campbell Letter to James Matles, October 26, 1939 
 4. Russ Nixon to Benoit Regarding Stewards Council, August 27, 1947 
 5. Nixon to Benoit Regarding Political Action Committee, October 8, 1947 
 6. David Scribner to Arthur Batchelder, November 12, 1945 
 7. Scribner to Batchelder Regarding Veterans and Seniority, November 17, 1945 
 8. Scribner to Batchelder Regarding Home Owners Loan Corporation, April 12, 1946 
 9. A.N. Townsen to Julius Almeida Regarding Wages, June 10, 1941 
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Local 202 Outgoing Correspondence, November 1, 1940-October 14, 1944 63
 1. Julius Almeida to James Carey Regarding Factionalism and 1940 Elections, November 1, 1940 
 2. Almeida to James Matles Regarding Wages and White Collar Workers, March 5, 1941 
 3. Almeida to Matles Regarding Military Conversion, White Collar Workers, Mansfield Westinghouse and Unemployment with August 29, 1941, Almeida Letter to Eli Oliver, September 2, 1941 
 4. Almeida to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, January 5, 1942 
 5. Almeida to Matles Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Conference Board, January 7, 1942 
 6. Almeida to Matles Regarding Inflation, January 13, 1942 
 7. Almeida to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Conference Board, February 4, 1942 
 8. Almeida Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, February 11, 1942 
 9. Almeida Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, June 4, 1942 
 10. Almeida Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, July 30, 1942 
 11. Almeida to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding 1942 Constitutions, September 16, 1942 
 12. Almeida to Matles Regarding Dues, September 24, 1943 
 13. Almeida to Fitzgerald Regarding Address Change, December 30, 1943 
 14. Almeida to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, February 21, 1944 
 15. Almeida to Fitzgerald Regarding Resignation with August 3, 1944, Almeida Letter to Leo Benoit, August 7, 1944 
 16. Almeida to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism with Stewards Council Resolution, October 5, 1944 
 17. Almeida to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 14, 1944 
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Local 202 Outgoing Correspondence, August 10, 1942-April 29, 1947 64
 1. Julius Almeida Telegram to James Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts 
 2. Almeida Telegram to Matles Regarding Overtime 
 3. Almeida Telegram to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts 
 4. Almeida Telegram to Julius Emspak 
 5. Arthur Batchelder to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Military Personnel and Readers Digest, November 3, 1944 
 6. Batchelder to Emspak, November 1, 1945 
 7. Batchelder to David Scribner Regarding Veterans and Seniority, November 5, 1945 
 8-11. Batchelder to Fitzgerald Regarding Westinghouse Strikes, January 26-February 2, 1946 
 12. Batchelder to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Strikes with Batrchelder Letter to Local 202 Members, February 27, 1946 
 13. Batchelder Telegram to Matles Regarding General Electric Contracts, March 14, 1946 
 14. Batchelder to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and 1944 UE Convention, August 26, 1946 
 15. Batchelder to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 202 Officers, October 30, 1946 
 16. Batchelder Telegram to Fitzgerald, November 12, 1946 
 17. Batchelder to Matles Regarding Factionalism, December 16, 1946 
 18. Batchelder Telegram to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1947 
 19. Leo Benoit to Matles Regarding Factionalism, March 16, 1942 
 20. Benoit Telegram to UE Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Contracts, August 10, 1942 
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Local 202 Outgoing Correspondence, October 7, 1944-May 24, 1949 65
 1. Leo Benoit to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Almeida Banquet, October 7, 1944 
 2. Benoit to Julius Emspak Regarding Almeida Banquet with Ticket, October 7, 1944 
 3. Benoit to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, December 7, 1944 
 4. Benoit to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 16, 1945 
 5. Benoit Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Westinghouse White Collar Workers Strike, November 1945 
 6. Benoit to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and UE Convention with August 23, 1945, Harry Black Letter to Benoit, August 27, 1945 
 7. Benoit to Emspak Regarding Women and Seniority with Resolution, July 18, 1947 
 8. Benoit to Russ Nixon Regarding Stewards Council and Political Action Committee, August 23, 1947 
 9-10. Benoit to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, September 4-November 6, 1947 
 11. Benoit to Emspak Regarding United Packinghouse Workers Strike, April 28, 1948 
 12. Benoit to David Ratner Regarding Finnaces, August 24, 1948 
 13. Benoit to Fitzgerald Regarding Women and Seniority with Local Supplement Number Fourteen, November 24, 1948 
 14. Benoit to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Westinghouse Conference Board, May 24, 1949 
 15. Benoit Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 202 Officers 
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Local 202 Outgoing Correspondence, October 31, 1940-October 26, 1949 66
 1. Matthew Campbell Telegram to UE News Regarding 1940 Presidental Elections, October 26, 1940 
 2. Campbell to James Matles Regarding Wages, December 6, 1940 
 3. Campbell Telegram to Joseph Mascucci, April 14, 1941 
 4. Campbell to Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, April 29, 1941 
 5. Lucy Carmel to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism and 1949 UE Convention, October 26, 1949 
 6. Claude Cuddihy to Emspak Regarding 1940 Presidential Elections, October 31, 1940 
 7. Anthony Delizia to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Cimino Testimonial Dinner, November 5, 1945 
 8. William Lieberman to Emspak Regarding Local 202 Annual Outing, July 15, 1941 
 9. Lieberman to Matles Regarding Local 202 Annual Outing, July 15, 1941 
 10. Lieberman to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 202 Officers, November 4, 1946 
 11. Lieberman to Matles Regarding Inflation, February 28, 1947 
 12. Lieberman to Fitzgerald Regarding Women and Seniority with Local Supplement Number Fourteen, January 12, 1949 
 13. Lieberman Telegram to Matles Regarding Unemployment 
 14. Lieberman Telegram to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board 
 15. William McDonald to UE News Regarding Publicity, February 19, 1947 
 16. McDonald to William Cahn Regarding Publicity, March 8, 1947 
 17. Joseph Orenstein to Emspak Regarding Local 202 Annual Ball with Tickets, September 22, 1943 
 18. Orenstein to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 202 Annual Ball, September 22, 1943 
 19. Orenstein to Matles Regarding Local 202 Annual Ball, September 22, 1943 
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Local 202 Outgoing Correspondence, June 12, 1941-March 2, 1949 67
 1. Ernest Stone to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Cimino Testimonial Dinner, October 29, 1945 
 2. Marie Sutton to Fitzgerald Regarding Women and Seniority, March 2, 1949 
 3. Charles V. Venzio to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 12, 1945 
 4. Local 202 to General Executive Board Regarding Matthew Campbell Death, June 12, 1941 
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Local 202 Salary and Expense Letters, April 2, 1941-January 9, 1942 68
 1. Karan, April 2, 1941 
 2-10. Julius Almeida, May 3, 1941-January 9, 1942 
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Local 202 Finances, May 4, 1941-December 6, 1952 69
 1. Bond Form, May 7, 1941 
 2. Paul Barletta to Julius Empsak, December 6, 1952 
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Local 202 Batchelder Reservations, November 3-4, 1943 70
 1. Edward Matthews Telegram to Prince George Hotel, November 3, 1943 
 2. Prince George Hotel to Matthews, November 4, 1943 
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Local 202 Insurance, May 15-22, 1046 71
 1. Arthur Batchelder to Julius Emspak, May 15, 1946 
 2. Empsak to Batchelder, May 16, 1946 
 3. Batchelder to Emspak, May 21, 1946 
 4. Emspak Secretary to Albert Olsen, May 22, 1946 
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Local 202 Elections, November 1946 72
 1. Local 202 Officers Letter to Paul Seymour, November 9, 1946 
 2. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram to Leo Benoit, November 12, 1946 
 3. Seymour and David Scribner Report, November 14, 1946 
 4. Telephone Discussion with Benoit, November 14, 1946 
 5. Conversation with Benoit, November 16, 1946 
 6. Resolution Regarding Local 202 Elections with November 27, 1946, Allan Haywood Letter to Fitzgerald, November 1946 
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Local 202 Factionalism, August-September 1948 73
 1. "The Members Run This Union!" with August 5, 1948, Leo Benoit Letter to James Matles, August 1948 
 2. Telephone Call Digest with William Lieberman, September 17, 1948 
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Local 202 Per Capita Reports, September 26-October 27, 1950 74
 1. Per Capita Report, September 26, 1950 
 2. Hugh Harley to Julius Emspak, October 24, 1950 
 3. Emspak to Harley with Ray Memo to Paula, October 27, 1950 
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Local 202 Correspondence and Meeting Proceedings, February 6, 1942-July 22, 1943 75
 1. W.G. Marshall to James Matles Regarding Westinghouse Contracts, February 6, 1942 
 2. Meeting Proceedings of Local 202 Representatives and Management Representatives, May 21, 1942 
 3. Army-Navy Excellence Award in Production, January 21, 1943 
 4. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues and Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, July 22, 1943 
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Local 202 Correspondence, War Labor Board Ruling and Resolution, 1944-1950 76
 1. War Labor Board Ruling Regarding Wages and Tool Designer with May 30, 1944, Jack Simon Letter to Edward Matthews, May 1944 
 2. Mass Meeting Resolution Regarding Factionalism with March 1, 1949, Leo Benoit Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, February 20, 1949 
 3. Matthews Telephone Conversation Digest Regarding Factionalism, October 10, 1949 
 4. Hugh Harley to Matthews Regarding Address Change, 1950 
 5. Harley to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 1, 1950 
 6. Ray Memo to Kathleen Regarding Local 202 Officers 
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Local 202 Newspaper, The United Front, October 30, 1940-July 8, 1949 77
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Local 202 Newspaper, 202 Election Beacon, October 4, 1948 78
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Local 202 Newspaper, UE United Front, March 23, 1950-February 13, 1951 79
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Local 202 Pamphlet, Who Runs UE, 1949 80
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Local 202 Leaflets, 1946-1949 81
 1. "It's No Secret" Regarding Factionalism, 1946 
 2. James Matles Open Letter to Local 202 Regarding Factionalism, June 24, 1948 
 3. "What About" Regarding Factionalism, 1949 
 4. "Thank You! Tony Cimino" Regarding Factionalism, 1949 
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Local 202 Newspaper Clippings, October 6, 1947-October 4, 1948 82
 1. "UE Trying to Rule Locals White Charges," Springfield Union, October 6, 1947 
 2. "Big Gain for Anti-red Forces Seel in Results of Westinghouse Vote," Springfield Union, October 10, 1947 
 3. "Defense of UE Leaders Hit by Cimino," Springfield Union, October 18, 1947 
 4. "Sign Loyalty Affidavit", October 24, 1947 
 5. "National UE Leader Dodges Red Issue at Union Meeting Here!," Springfield Union, January 14, 1948 
 6. "Short Work Week Again Considered", June 12, 1948 
 7. "UE Leaftist Hotly Denies Commie Link," Daily News, June 18, 1948 
 8. "Matles Says General Electric Negotiations Ask 25 Cents Pay Cut," Springfield Republican, June 19, 1948 
 9. "Sign of Some Restlessness in UE Circles," Springfield Union, Augsut 26, 1948 
 10. "Lieberman: Why No Words Against Soviet in UE Paper", September 10, 1948 
 11.  September 11, 1948 
 12. "They Don't Want Anything Red", September 12, 1948 
 13. "Tired of Criticism", September 13, 1948 
 14. "Westinghouse Union Leftist Opens Campaign," Springfield Union, September 27, 1948 
 15. "UE Members of Democratic Action Goals are Outlined by Chairman," Springfield Union, October 2, 1948 
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Local 202 Newspaper Clippings, October 15, 1948-April 29, 1949 83
 1. "Westinghouse UE Leader Hits at Red Smear," Springfield Union, October 15, 1948 
 2. "Left Winger Defeat Encourages Union," Springfield Daily News, December 28, 1948 
 3. "Wallace Becker is Out as Head of Large Unit of UE," Springfield Union, December 28, 1948 
 4. "Cimino Claims UE Right-wrong Win No Up Set," Springfield Daily News, December 19, 1948 
 5. "Cimino Critical in Statement," Springfield Union, December 30, 1948 
 6. "Lieberman and Benoit are Defeated as of Today," Springfield Union, December 31, 1948 
 7. "UE Right Wing Policies Backed by Group Here", 1948 
 8. "Benoit Elected to Conference Board", February 22, 1949 
 9. "Mrs. Sutton Didn't Talk Married Women Issue at Mass Meeting", February 22, 1949 
 10. "Westinghouse UE Local Also Rejects Agent," Springfield Republican, February 22, 1949 
 11. "Death Blow to UE Left Wingers Believed Dealt," Springfield Union, February 22, 1949 
 12. "Commie Resolve Attracts Comment," Springfield Union, February 22, 1949 
 13. "Westinghouse Delegates Republican Reversed," Springfield Union, February 26, 1949 
 14. "Westinghouse Union Chief Hits at Indiscriminate Lay-offs and Cost Cutting," Springfield Union, April 8, 1949 
 15. "Westinghouse Shorter Week is Goal," Springfield Daily News, April 29, 1949 
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Local 202 Newspaper Clippings, 1949 84
 1. "What's the Score?," Springfield Daily News, May 9, 1949 
 2. "UE's Leaflets Hit Hysteria Over Leaflet," Springfield Daily News, May 10, 1949 
 3. "UE Delegate Paid Own Way is Cimino Reply to Forsstrom," Springfield Union, May 11, 1949 
 4. "Prove UE Heads are Red, is Forsstrom's Challenge," Springfield Union, May 13, 1949 
 5. "600 Furloughs Reel Lowdown on Slowdown," Springfield Daily News, May 23, 1949 
 6. "Westinghouse Crew Told Pay out of Line Now," Springfield Daily News, May 27, 1949 
 7.  Springfield Daily News, May 28, 1949 
 8. "Left Wing Sponsor for Matles Talk," Springfield Daily News, June 15, 1949 
 9. "Matles Rally Sponsor is Not UE Union Man," Springfield Daily News, June 16, 1949 
 10. "Contract Said to Bar Discussion Benefits Now," Springfield Daily News, June 16, 1949 
 11. "What Does Matles Direct," Springfield Union, June 16, 1949 
 12. "Unemployment UE Member Loses Right to Vote," Springfield Union, June 20, 1949 
 13. "Matles Chat is Explained by Mrs. Sutton," Springfield Union, June 21, 1949 
 14. "Holyoke UE Picks Holliday as it's Envoy," Springfield Union, July 11, 1949 
 15. "Westinghouse UE is Urged to Vote Right Wing," Springfield Union, July 11, 1949 
 16. "Left Wingers Losing Ground in UE Unions," Springfield Daily News, July 11, 1949 
 17. "Right Wingers in UE Achieve New Victory," Springfield Daily News, July 12, 1949 
 18. "Westinghouse Union Elect Right Wingers," Springfield Union, July 12, 1949 
 19. "UE Leader Branded, Praised in Hot Battle of Leaflets," Springfield Union, July 14, 1949 
 20. "Westinghouse Union Chiefs Ignore Claim," Springfield Daily News, September 27, 1949 
 21. "UE is Criminal of Clostand on Married Girls", 1949 
 22. "Married Women Again Issue at Westinghouse", 1949 

Local 203 

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Local 203 Officers Lists, February 10, 1944-March 6, 1950 85
 1-3. Lists, February 10-August 5, 1944 
 4. List with January 23, 1947, Julius Emspak Letter to Louis Santoianni, January 3, 1947 
 5-10. Lists, April 23, 1947-March 6, 1950 
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Local 203 Incoming Correspondence, September 13, 1940-September 9, 1949 86
 1. William Cahn to Josephine Willard Regarding Political Action and General Electric Strikes, February 15, 1946 
 2. Cahn to Willard, February 25, 1946 
 3. Cahn to Willard Regarding White Collar Workers and General Electric Strike, June 6, 1946 
 4-5. Cahn to Ellis Brooks Regarding UE News, May 31-June 1, 1949 
 6. Cahn to Brooks Regarding Publicity with Sample Letter to Editor, July 13, 1949 
 7. Cahn to Brooks Regarding Publicity, September 9, 1949 
 8. J.W. Coburn to P.J. Koons Regarding Women and Grievances, February 14, 1949 
 9. Josephine Dermody to Koons Regarding Wages, White Collar Workers and War Labor Board, September 30, 1944 
 10-14. Julius Emspak to John Doelling Regarding UE News, September 13, 1940-June 20, 1941 
 15. Emspak to Joseph Julianelle Regarding Staff Members, November 3, 1942 
 16. Emspak to Julianelle Regarding Local 203 General Electric Collective Bargaining, November 25, 1942 
 17. Emspak's Secretary to Julianelle Regarding General Electric Collective Bargaining, Productivity and Conscription, November 1, 1942 
 18. Emspak to Frank Fazekus Regarding Political Action, March 10, 1943 
 19. Emspak to Fazekus Regarding Speed-up and Safety with Mrs. Terry Brewster Letter to UE, August 28, 1943 
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Local 203 Incoming Correspondence, March 10, 1943-November 3, 1949 87
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Vicinanza Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 9, 1946 
 2. Emspak to John Bucko Regarding Local 203 General Electric Strike, March 4, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Fred Bylcher Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 23, 1946 
 4. Emspak Telegram to Joseph Julianelle, April 16, 1947 
 5-6. Emspak to John Bucko Regarding Finances, May 27-July 23, 1947 
 7. Emspak Telegram to Julianelle Regarding Finances, July 25, 1947 
 8. Emspak's Secretary to Julianelle, August 19, 1947 
 9. Emspak to Julianelle Regarding Finances, September 2, 1947 
 10-11. Emspak to Ellis Brooks Regarding Finances, January 13-February 3, 1948 
 12. Emspak to Reinier Bosch Regarding Finances, March 16, 1948 
 13. Emspak to Brooks Regarding UE News, May 27, 1949 
 14. Albert Fitzgerald to Frank Fazekus Regarding Connecticut UE Legislative Conference, March 10, 1943 
 15. Fitzgerald to Walter Clarke Regarding District Council Meeting, May 10, 1944 
 16. Fitzgerald to Terry Brewster, May 10, 1944 
 17. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Walter Clarke Regarding Membership Meeting, May 16, 1944 
 18. Ray Klausner to Philip Koons, June 20, 1944 
 19. Fitzgerald to Harry Peklowsky Regarding Local 203 Constitution, October 26, 1944 
 20. Fitzgerald to Blycher Regarding Political Action and Congress of Industrial Organizations, September 12, 1945 
 21. Fitzgerald to Blycher Regarding Dues, November 13, 1946 
 22. Fitzgerald to Harold Kollmannsperger, November 3, 1949 
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Local 203 Incoming Correspondence, August 15, 1939-September 28, 1949 88
 1. Leo Jandreau to Philip Koons Regarding Stewards, January 19, 1944 
 2. Jandreau to Koons Regarding Wages, Schenectady General Electric and War Labor Board, January 21, 1944 
 3. Jandreau to Frank Fazekas, June 2, 1943 
 4. Jandreau Telegram to Fazekas Regarding General Electric Collective Bargaining, July 19, 1943 
 5. Jandreau to Fazekus Regarding Seniority, September 23, 1943 
 6. Jandreau to Fazekus Regarding Contracts, December 14, 1943 
 7. James Matles to Joseph Julianelle Regarding Factionalism and Grievances Procedure, August 15, 1939 
 8. Matles to Julianelle Regarding War Manpower Commission, February 19, 1943 
 9. Matles to Frederick Blycher Regarding Local 203 General Electric Strike, January 30, 1946 
 10. Selma Kaslick to Frederick Mensch Regarding Local 203 Stewards Banquet, April 29, 1946 
 11. Stephen Rosner to Ellis Brooks Regarding Publicity, September 28, 1949 
 12. Benjamin Riskin to Jake Goldring, August 8, 1946 
 13. A.N. Towsen to Koons Regarding Wages and Schenectady and Fort Wayne General Electric, May 20, 1944 
 14. Joseph Turkowski to Koons Regarding Grievances, September 6, 1944 
 15. Turkowski Telegram to Koons Regarding Grievances 
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Local 203 Outgoing Correspondence, January 20, 1943-March 22, 1949 89
 1. Oliver Arsenault to Julius Emspak Regarding Mailing List, January 20, 1943 
 2. Dorothy Babey to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 24, 1947 
 3. Sigrid Billing to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Unemployment and Factionalism, March 22, 1949 
 4. Frederick Blycher to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Grievances, General Electric Contract and War Labor Board, July 2, 1944 
 5. Blycher to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 1, 1945 
 6. Blycher to Joseph Dermody Regarding White Collar Workers, April 14, 1945 
 7. Blycher to Paul Seymour Regarding UE Officers, Constitution, and Finances, August 2, 1945 
 8. Blycher to Fitzgerald Regarding Political Action, August 28, 1945 
 9. Blycher Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Wages, November 16, 1945 
 10. Blycher to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 14, 1946 
 11. Blycher to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, October 15, 1946 
 12. Blycher to Fitzgerald Regarding Dues, November 12, 1946 
 13. Blycher to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 23, 1946 
 14. Blycher to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 17, 1946 
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Local 203 Outgoing Correspondence, February 11, 1943-September 16, 1949 90
 1. Reinier Bosch to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 10, 1948 
 2. Terry Brewster to UE Regarding Speed-up and Safety, August 12, 1943 
 3. Brewster to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Grievances and Political Action, May 8, 1944 
 4. Ellis Brooks to UE Regarding Supplies, June 24, 1948 
 5.  September 16, 1949 
 6. John Bucko to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 9, 1947 
 7. Walter Clarke to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meetings, May 15, 1944 
 8. Frank Fazekas to Emspak Regarding General Electric Contracts, Wages and Overtime with S.T. Powell 48-hour Working Schedule Notice, February 11, 1943 
 9. Fazekas to Emspak Regarding Connecticut UE Legislative Congress, March 4, 1943 
 10. Fazekas to Fitzgerald Regarding Connecticut UE Legislative Congress, March 4, 1943 
 11. Fazekas to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, May 14, 1943 
 12. Fazekas to Leo Jandreau Regarding Leave of Absence with General Electric Re-employment as New Employee Pledge, September 7, 1943 
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Local 203 Outgoing Correspondence, 1939-1944 91
 1-2. Frank Fazekas to Julius Emspak Regarding Wages and Runaway Shops, September 25-October 4, 1943 
 3. Fazekas to Emspak Regarding Danbury General Electric, October 7, 1943 
 4. Fazekas to UE Regarding Local 203 Officers, December 27, 1943 
 5. H. Hoffner to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Political Action, 1944 
 6. Joseph Julianelle to James Matles Regarding Boycotts, August 9, 1939 
 7. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Job Classifications and General Electric Conference Board, August 27, 1942 
 8. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Lunch Hours and General Electric Conference Board, August 27, 1942 
 9. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Women, Wages and General Electric Conference Board, September 30, 1942 
 10. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Hours, Organization and Overtime, October 7, 1942 
 11. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, October 28, 1942 
 12. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Apprentices and War Manpower Commission, November 19, 1942 
 13. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Recreation and Political Action with "To Young Men of the Bridgeport Works" Leaflet and November 20, 1942, Bridgeport Work News Article "Head General Electric Youth's Club," November 24, 1942 
 14. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Productivity, Conscription and General Electric Conference Board, November 27, 1942 
 15. Julianelle to Major W.H. Martell Regarding Guards and Military, December 5, 1942 
 16. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Local 203 Officers with January 8, 1943, Matles Letter to Julianelle, December 22, 1942 
 17. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Overtime, December 5, 1942 
 18. Julianelle to UE Regarding Address Change, January 2, 1943 
 19. Julianelle to Matles Regarding War Manpower Commission, February 12, 1943 
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Local 203 Outgoing Correspondence, September 2, 1943-March 7, 1950 92
 1. Joseph Julianelle Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 16, 1947 
 2. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, August 18, 1947 
 3. Julianelle to Albert Fitzgerald, September 5, 1947 
 4. Julianelle Telegram to Emspak Regarding Unemployment 
 5. Julianelle to Emspak Regarding Staff Member 
 6. Harold Kollmannsperger to James Matles Regarding Unemployment and Local 203 Officers Elections, November 1, 1949 
 7. Philip Koons Telegram to Leo Jandreau Regarding Stewards, January 19, 1944 
 8. Koons to Jandreau Regarding Wages, Schenectady General Electric and Tool Makers, January 19, 1944 
 9. Koon to J.W. Coburn Regarding Women, February 12, 1944 
 10. Koon to Emspak Regarding Address Change, February 18, 1944 
 11. Koon to Joseph Dermody Regarding Wages, May 17, 1944 
 12. Koon to Fitzgerald Regarding Executive Order 9250, June 16, 1944 
 13. Koon to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Political Action, June 16, 1944 
 14. Koon to Joseph Turkowski Regarding White Collar Workers, September 7, 1944 
 15. Michael Marinaccio Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 203 Officers, December 17, 1947 
 16. Marinaccio to Maurice Reid Regarding Local 203 Officers, March 7, 1950 
 17. Frederick Mensch to UE Regarding Stewards Banquet, April 26, 1946 
 18. Andy Norvak to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, July 31, 1947 
 19. Harry Pelkowsky to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Political Action Committee, September 20, 1944 
 20. Pelkowsky to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 203 Constitutions, October 23, 1944 
 21. Peter Ross to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, September 2, 1943 
 22. Jo Willard to William Cahn Regarding General Electric Strikes with January 31, 1946, Cahn Letter to Willard, January 30, 1946 
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Local 203 Salary and Expense Letters, John Doelling, December 13, 1940-January 9, 1942 93
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Local 203 Notices of Deliquency and Suspension, August 1946-January 1948 94
 1. Suspension with August 21, 1946, Julius Emspak Letter to Richard Linsley, August 1946 
 2-3. Suspension, October-November 1946 
 4-7. Delinquency, April 10-September 8, 1947 
 8. Suspension, September 15, 1947 
 9. Delinquency, October 6, 1947 
 10. Suspension with Emspak Letter to Albert Smith, October 22, 1947 
 11-13. Deliquency, October-November 1947 
 14. Suspension, November 14, 1947 
 15. Deliquency, November 21, 1947 
 16. Suspension with Emspak Letter to Smith, December 22, 1947 
 17. Delinquency, December 1947 
 18. Suspension with January 22, 1947, Emspak Letter to Joseph Caiazza, January 1948 
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Local 203 National Labor Relations Board Petitions, June 1944 95
 1. Tool Designers Certification, June 26, 1944 
 2. Draftsmen Certification, June 1944 
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Local 203 Expulsions, February 6-November 16, 1947 96
 1. Joe Caiazza Local 203 Stewards Council Report to James Matles, February 6, 1947 
 2. Special District Council Meeting Minutes with Report and Recommendations of Appeals Committee of UE District 2, June 21, 1947 
 3. Joseph Julianelle to Julius Emspak, August 18, 1947 
 4. Emspak to Julianelle, September 2, 1947 
 5. Emspak to Albert Smith, September 15, 1947 
 6. Joseph Dermody Report to Local 203 Membership Meeting, November 16, 1947 
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Local 203 Expulsions, UE vs. Beresick Plantiff Memo, 1947 61
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Local 203 Bridgeport General Electric, Santionianni et al vs. UE et al, January 10-November 20, 1950 2
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Local 203 Bridgeport General Electric, Fitzgerald vs. Santoianni et al, April 10-March 31, 1950 3
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Local 203 Program, Correspondence, Lists, Statements and Proposals, June 17, 1942-July 24, 1949 4
 1. Suggestions on Operations of War Production Committees, June 17, 1942 
 2. Explanation of Agreement Regarding Local 203 General Electric Contract, 1942 
 3. J.W. Coburn Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Grievances, April 15, 1943 
 4. Organizational Program with Charles Rivers Letter to James Matles and "What Does GE Local 203 Mean to You?" Leaflet, September 1943 
 5. Rivers to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, May 12, 1944 
 6. Memo Regarding Women and Wages, 1944 
 7. Memo Regarding Wages and Job Classification, 1944 
 8. UE Convention Delegate List, September 1944 
 9. Joseph Dermody to Julius Emspak, July 19, 1946 
 10. Albert Smith to David Ratner Regarding Finances and 203 News, March 5, 1948 
 11-12. Berescik Statement, July 24, 1949 
 13. General Electric Collection of Union Dues Proposed Routine Draft 
 14. Mailing List 
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Local 203 Newspapers, 203 News, April 16, 1948-February 17, 1949 5
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Local 203 Leaflets, 1944-1948 6
 1. Slate Card, 1944 
 2. "James Kelly" Regarding Local 203 Officers Elections, 1944 
 3. "Vote Yes" Regarding Local 203 Officers Elections, 1944 
 4. "An Important Message to All General Electric Employees" Regarding Taft-Hartly, July 1947 
 5. "Our Union Almost Died in 1947" Regarding Factionalism, September 16, 1947 
 6. "UnAmerican Committee Stooges for Taft-Hartly Slave Labor Bill," 1947 
 7. "UnAmerican Committee Uses Company Stooges Against Unions," 1947 
 8. Voting Machine Instruction Ballot, December 1948 
 9. "General Electric's Responsibility to Bridgeport," March 7, 1949 
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Local 203 Newspaper Clippings, 1944-1947 7
 1. "Shop Steward Backs Mrs. Luce," Bridgeport Telegram, August 9, 1944 
 2. "Communist Victory," 1947 

Local 204 

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Local 204 Officers Lists, May 1-September 21, 1944 8
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Local 204 Incoming Correspondence, May 21, 1943-November 10, 1955 9
 1. Julius Emspak to Donahue Regarding Finances, May 21, 1943 
 2. Emspak to William Saunders Regarding General Electric Contracts, June 23, 1943 
 3. Emspak to Financial Secretary Regarding Address, October 2, 1944 
 4. Emspak to Beatrice Farrell Regarding Supplies, November 20,1948 
 5. Emspak to Harry Cooper Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Cooper Regarding Dues, January 13, 1947 
 7. Emspak to Mary Lewis Regarding Dues, January 17, 1947 
 8. Emspak to Philip Reilley Regarding Finances, February 18, 1948 
 9. Emspak to Fred Wyatt Regarding Staff Finances, August 3, 1948 
 10. Emspak to Joseph Kay Regarding Finances, August 28, 1950 
 11. Emspak to John Singleton Regarding Finances with Statement, October 12, 1950 
 12. Emspak to Kay Regarding Finances with Statement, October 26, 1950 
 13. James Matles to Singleton Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry and National Labor Relations Board Elections, August 11, 1954 
 14. Matles to Francis Casey Regarding Finances and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, September 24, 1954 
 15. Matles Telegram to William Murdock Regarding Inter-union Rivalry, November 10, 1955 
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Local 204 Outgoing Correspondence, June 18, 1943-September 19, 1955 10
 1. Frank Caetano to UE Regarding Local 204 Officers, October 13, 1944 
 2. Caetano to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances with July 1, 1944, Audit, January 3, 1945 
 3. Harry Cooper to Emspak Regarding Local 204 Officers, February 25, 1946 
 4. Cooper to Emspak Regarding Educational Materials, July 31, 1946 
 5. Cooper to Emspak Regarding Dues, December 23, 1946 
 6-7. Mildred Donahue to Emspak Regarding Local 204 Officers, September 23, 1943-February 18, 1944 
 8. Donahue Telegram to Emspak Regarding General Electric Contracts, March 9, 1944 
 9. Beatrice Farrell to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 14, 1945 
 10. Eleanor Iues to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strikes, October 3, 1952 
 11. Iues to UE Regarding Staff Finances with Receipt, September 27, 1955 
 12. Joseph Lichacz to Emspak Regarding Publicity with May 20, 1948, Emspak Letter to Lichacz, May 19, 1948 
 13. William Saunders to Emspak Regarding General Electric Contracts, June 18, 1943 
 14. John Singelton to David Ratner Regarding Staff Finances, January 20, 1953 
 15-17. Frederick Wyatt to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 12, 1948-July 13, 1950 
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Local 204 Correspondence, January 7, 1957-February 2, 1965 11
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Local 204 Taunton General Electric Correspondence, February 23, 1981-May 16, 1986 12
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Local 204 Organization, May 2-21, 1943 13
 1. Donald Bollen to Julius Emspak, May 2, 1943 
 2. Bollen to James Matles, May 17, 1943 
 3. Emspak to John Murphy, May 21, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Bollen, May 21, 1943 
 5. Emspak to Richard Linsley, May 21, 1943 
 6. Pete Mosele to UE with May 17, 1943, Raymond Moody Letter to Congress of Industrial Organization, May 21, 1943 
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Local 204 Financial Aid, February 16-20, 1946 14
 1. James Matles to Paul Seymour, February 16, 1946 
 2. Seymour to Matles, February 20, 1946 
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Local 204 Finances, March 13-July 21, 1950 15
 1. Harry Fishman to Julius Emspak, March 13, 1950 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Fishman, March 14, 1950 
 3. Emspak to Fishman, March 20, 1950 
 4. Fishman to Emspak, July 17, 1950 
 5. Emspak to Fishman, July 21, 1950 
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Local 204 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, May 21-June 19, 1970 16
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Local 204 Dues, September-October 1951 17
 1. Harvey Iues to UE, September 1951 
 2. Julius Emspak to Harry Fishman, October 15, 1951 
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Local 204 Legislative Committee and Political Action, May 5, 1971 18
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Local 204 Joseph Curran vs. Local 204, January 14, 1976 19
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Local 204 Correspondence and Report, July 13, 1943-September 24, 1954 20
 1. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak Regarding 1943 UE Convention, July 13, 1943 
 2. Martin Williams Organizers Daily Report Regarding Local 204 General Electric Strike, February 18, 1946 
 3. Don Tormey to James Matles Regarding Finances, September 24, 1954 

Local 205 

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Local 205 Incoming Grant Reeves Correspondence, January 31, 1941-February 6, 1951 21
 1. Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 31, 1941 
 2. Emspak Regarding Ohio Brass Strike and National Defense Meditation Board, August 26, 1941 
 3. Emspak Regarding Wages and American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, September 12, 1941 
 4. Emspak Regarding Hearing, Walsh-Healey Act and AFL, October 22, 1941 
 5. Emspak Regarding AFL Inter-union Rivalry, November 10, 1941 
 6. Emspak Regarding Bendix, Foreign Workers and 1941 UE Convention Proceedings, November 10, 1941 
 7. Emspak Regarding Bendix, Leaves of Absence and General Electric Contracts, December 2, 1941 
 8. Emspak Regarding National Association of Manufacturers Contracts, January 5, 1942 
 9. Emspak Regarding Mile, Mill and Smelter Workers Strikes, February 9, 1942 
 10. Emspak Regarding Address, March 19, 1943 
 11. Emspak Letter, May 25, 1943 
 12. Emspak Regarding Local 205 Charter Expansion, December 3, 1943 
 13. Emspak Regarding Renwal and Lombard Governor Organization, December 17, 1943 
 14. Emspak Regarding Grievances and War Labor Board, December 21, 1943 
 15. Joseph Dermody Regarding General Electric Conference Board and Telechron Contracts, May 27, 1944 
 16. Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 19, 1944 
 17. Emspak Regarding Warren Telechron and White Collar Workers, June 1, 1945 
 18. Ray Klausner Regarding Telechron Organization, October 9, 1946 
 19. Emspak Regarding Taxation, February 7, 1947 
 20. Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 12, 1949 
 21. Emspak Regarding UE Constitution with List of Locals Voting Against Amending Article Fifteen, November 29, 1950 
 22. Emspak Regarding Dues, February 6, 1951 
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Local 205 Incoming Grant Reeves Correspondence, December 10, 1940-March 24, 1948 22
 1. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Conscription, January 21, 1943 
 2-3. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 205 Constitutions, April 9-May 21, 1943 
 4. Nat Geller Regarding Supplies, March 31, 1943 
 5. Leo Jandreau Regarding Local 205 Collective Bargaining, Telechron and Wages, January 21, 1944 
 6. Jandreau's Secretary Regarding Inflation, Incentive and General Electric Conference Board, February 23, 1944 
 7. Jandreau's Secretary Regarding Incentive, War Labor Board and General Electric Conference Board, March 6, 1944 
 8. Frederick Livingston Regarding Staff Finances, May 8, 1945 
 9. James Matles Regarding Local 205 Telechron Collective Bargaining, December 10, 1940 
 10. Matles Regarding Local 205 Telechron Contracts, January 14, 1941 
 11. Matles Regarding Telechron Worker Organization, March 24, 1948 
 12. David Scribner Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Wages, October 8, 1945 
 13. A.N. Towsen Regarding Wages, Clock Industry and War Labor Board, October 25, 1943 
 14. Towsen Regarding Wages and General Electric, November 2, 1943 
 15. Towsen Regarding Grievances, Contracts and Stewards, December 21, 1943 
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Local 205 Outgoing Grant Reeves Correspondence, December 14, 1940-May 26, 1943 23
 1. Grant Reeves to James Matles Regarding Local 205 Telechron Collective Bargaining, December 14, 1940 
 2. Reeves to Matles Regarding Local 205 Telechron Contracts, January 6, 1941 
 3. Reeves to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 25, 1941 
 4. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Local 205 Officers, February 19, 1941 
 5. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Local 747 Ohio Brass Strike, August 23, 1941 
 6. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Contracts and Local 205 Constitution, September 9, 1941 
 7. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Local 205 Constitution, October 25, 1941 
 8. Reeves to Emspak Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry and Wages, October 25, 1941 
 9. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Wages, Bendix, 1941 UE Convention Proceedings and Foreign Workers, November 7, 1941 
 10. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Philadelphia Bendix and United Auto Workers, November 24, 1941 
 11. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Leaves of Absence, November 26, 1941 
 12. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Contracts and National Association of Manufacturers, December 27, 1941 
 13. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Strikes, February 5, 1942 
 14. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Local 205 Officers, February 14, 1942 
 15. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Telechron and Wages, March 13, 1942 
 16. Reeves to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 205 Constitution, November 2, 1942 
 17. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Conscription, January 13, 1943 
 18. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 16, 1943 
 19. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Address, March 17, 1943 
 20. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, March 27, 1943 
 21. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Local 205 Constitution, April 2, 1943 
 22. Reeves to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 205 Constitution, April 20, 1943 
 23. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 205 Constitution, May 19, 1943 
 24. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Addresses, May 26, 1943 
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Local 205 Outgoing Grant Reeves Correspondence, August 2, 1943-November 25, 1946 24
 1. Grant Reeves to Julius Emspak Regarding Publicity and Local 205 Telechron Contracts, August 2, 1943 
 2. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Wages, War Labor Board and Local 205 Officers, October 21, 1943 
 3. Reeves to A.N. Towsen Regarding Wages, Cincinnati Time Recorder and War Labor Board, October 29, 1943 
 4. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Ashland Organization, November 29, 1943 
 5. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Fenwal and Lombard Governor Organization, December 7, 1943 
 6. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Grievances and Stewards, December 7, 1943 
 7. Reeves to Towsen Regarding Wages and General Electric, December 10, 1943 
 8. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Wages, Local 205 Telechron Collective Bargaining and Women, January 17, 1944 
 9. Reeves to Leo Jandreau Regarding Incentive, Inflation and General Electric Conference Board, February 17, 1944 
 10. Reeves to Eleanor Holdern Regarding Incentive, Inflation and General Electric Conference Board with January 26, 1944, Reeves Letter to Jandreau, March 4, 1944 
 11. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Address, April 28, 1944 
 12. Reeves to Joseph Dermody Regarding Membership Maintenance, General Electric Conference Board, Wages and War Labor Board, May 15, 1944 
 13. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 15, 1944 
 14. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 206, December 18, 1944 
 15-16. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, March 20-April 25, 1945 
 17. Reeves to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, May 22, 1945 
 18. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Wages, Job Classification and National Labor Relations Board, September 29, 1945 
 19. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Worcester and Lowell Telechron, Jewelry Workers Inter-union Rivalry and General Electric Strikes, February 27, 1946 
 20. Reeves to Donald Tormey Regarding Local 205 General Electric Contracts and Worcester Telechron, August 21, 1946 
 21. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Commercial Street Telechron, October 4, 1946 
 22. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Worcester Telechron and Finances with November 25, 1946, Emspak Letter to Reeves, November 4, 1946 
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Local 205 Outgoing Grant Reeves Correspondence, June 20, 1947-August 29, 1953 25
 1. Grant Reeves to Julius Emspak Regarding Taxation, January 20, 1947 
 2. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Publicity, March 1, 1947 
 3. Reeves to James Matles Regarding Worcester Telechron, March 12, 1948 
 4. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Political Action, May 18, 1948 
 5. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 8, 1848 
 6. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee and Factionalism with August 26, 1948, Emspak Letter to George Blamire and August 11, 1948, Blamire Letter to Emspak, January 17, 1949 
 7. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Finances with May 19, 1949, Emspak Letter to Arthur Noyes, May 14, 1949 
 8. Reeves to Emspak Regarding UE Constitution and Finances, November 22, 1950 
 9. Reeves to Emspak Regarding General Cable, Marathon and GHR Strikes, August 31, 1952 
 10-11. Reeves to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strikes, November 4-December 12, 1952 
 12. Reeves to Emspak Regarding Local 1114 Strike with September 16, 1953, Receipt, August 29, 1953 
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Local 205 Incoming Correspondence, October 14, 1940-December 20, 1954 26
 1. Julius Emspak to Louis DeMarini Regarding Finances, October 14, 1940 
 2. Emspak to DeMarini Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1940 
 3. Emspak to Ole Durmer Regarding General Electric Contracts, May 11, 1943 
 4-5. Emspak to George Blamire Regarding Finances, June 17, 1947-September 16, 1948 
 6. Emspak to WIlliam Cloonan Regarding Finances with Copy, October 30, 1950 
 7-9. Emspak to Blamire Regarding Finances, May 4, 1951-December 20, 1954 
 10. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Durmer Regarding General Electric Contracts, May 6, 1943 
 11. James Matles Telegram to Durmer Regarding Headquarters Opening with Tickets, July 23, 1943 
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Local 205 Outgoing Correspondence, October 28, 1940-April 30, 1951 27
 1. George Blamire to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 30, 1951 
 2. Louis DeMarini to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, October 28, 1940 
 3-4. DeMarini to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, January 9-November 22, 1941 
 5. DeMarini to Emspak Regarding General Electric Conference Board, Wages and Clock Industry, January 10, 1944 
 6. Ole Durmer to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 205 Telechron Collective Bargaining and General Electric Conference Board, May 4, 1943 
 7-8. Local 205 Telegram to Emspak, January 20, 1943-July 10, 1945 
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Local 205 Jerry Steinberg Correspondence 28
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Local 205 Ashland Correspondence, February 23, 1956-November 8, 1967 29
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Local 205 Salary and Expense Letters, Louis DeMarini, February 3-December 5, 1941 30
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Local 205 General Electric Ownership, December 23, 1943-January 10, 1944 31
 1. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak, December 23, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Linsley, January 4, 1944 
 3. Leo Jandreau to Linsley, January 10, 1944 
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Local 205 Election, November 8-10, 1945 32
 1. Ralph Chickitto to Julius Emspak with "Vote for Frank Hall" Leaflet, November 8, 1945 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Paul Seymour, November 10, 1945 
 3. Emspak's Secretary to Chicketti, November 10, 1945 
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Local 205 Strike, May-November 1945 33
 1. 48 Hour Work Limit Ballot, May 1945 
 2. Jack Simon Telephone Call Strike Procedure, November 5, 1945 
 3. Grant Reeves to Julius Emspak with Strike Petitions, November 19, 1945 
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Local 205 Strike, November 26-27, 1945 34
 1. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Grant Reeves, November 26, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Reeves, November 27, 1945 
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Local 205 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, October 17, 1966-March 10, 1970 35
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Local 205 Ashland General Electric Strike, August 12-November 28, 1966 36
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Local 205 General Electric Strike Data, 1966-1969 37
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Local 205 Worcester Organization, October 2-29, 1946 38
 1. Paul Seymour to James Matles with August 14, 1946, Grant Reeves to Seymour Letter Excerpts, October 2, 1946 
 2. Reeves to Julius Emspak, October 4, 1946 
 3. Donald Tormey to Emspak, October 7, 1946 
 4. Ray Klausner to Seymour, October 9, 1946 
 5. Seymour to Emspak, October 29, 1946 
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Local 205 Telechron Contracts, 1963-1977 39
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Local 205 Telechron Contracts, 1980-1989 40
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Local 205 Telechron Correspondence, Clippings and Leaflets, December 13, 1978-October 21, 1992 41
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Local 205 Telechron Pensions, March 16, 1979-March 30, 1992 42
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Local 205 Ashland Telechron, June 24, 1980-February 23, 1989 43
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Local 205 Ashland General Electric Trade Assistance, July 1, 1974-October 22, 1975 44
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Local 205 Legislative Committee and Political Action, January 11, 1972-February 14, 1972 45
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Local 205 Factionalism, April-October 1949 46
 1. George Blamire to UE, April 1949 
 2. Blamire to Julius Emspak, July 20, 1949 
 3. Blamire to UE, August 20, 1949 
 4. Paul Seymour to Emspak, September 12, 1949 
 5. Seymour to Ray Klausner, October 5, 1949 
 6. Emspak to Blamire, October 10, 1949 
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Local 205 Dues, December 28, 1949-February 1, 1950 47
 1. George Blamire to Julius Emspak, December 28, 1949 
 2. Paul Seymour to Emspak, January 25, 1950 
 3. Arthur Kinoy to Blamire, February 1, 1950 
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Local 205 Per Capita, December 19-26, 1950 48
 1. George Blamire to Julius Emspak, December 19, 1950 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymor, December 26, 1950 
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Local 205 Subsidies and Other Monies, January 19, 1957-January 13, 1967 49
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Local 205 Ashland General Electric Company Literature, September 5, 1962-July 5, 1972 50
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Local 205 Ashland General Electric UE Leaflets, January 10, 1972-April 9, 1975 51
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Local 205 Ashland General Electric IUE Leaflets, 1963 52
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Local 205 Union Flyers, May 15, 1969-January 19, 1978 71
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Local 205 Company Bulletins, May 12, 1969-October 26, 1978 2
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Local 205 Clippings, April 1962-November 21, 1978 3
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Local 205 Active Supplements, October 10, 1973-March 29, 1978 4
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Local 205 Obsolete Supplements, March 27, 1970-March 3, 1975 5
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Local 205 Correspondence, January 8-April 19, 1951 6
 1. James Matles to Paul Seymour Regarding Dues and Factionalism with December 30, 1951, Grant Reeves Letter to Local 406, Postcard and Envelope, January 8, 1951 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues, January 31, 1951 
 3. Emspak to Seymour Regarding UE News with March 24, 1951, George Blamire Letter to UE, April 19, 1951 
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Local 205 Correspondence, 1941-1957 7
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Local 205 Correspondence, December 21, 1967-December 18, 1979 8
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Local 205 Correspondence, October 27, 1967-August 30, 1978 9
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Local 205 Correspondence, September 11, 1958-January 13, 1978 10
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Local 205 Correspondence, February 24, 1975-November 21, 1978 11

Local 206 

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Local 206 Officers List, December 31, 1940-November 23, 1949 12
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Local 206 Membership Lists, August-September 1940 13
 1. List, August 1940 
 2. List with September 26, 1940, Emil Claus Letter to Julius Emspak, September 1940 
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Local 206 Incoming Correspondence, June 26, 1939-May 25, 1943 14
 1. Neil Brant to Walter Meissner Regarding Overtime and War Labor Board, May 25, 1943 
 2. James Carey Telegram to Emil Claus Regarding Foreign Workers, October 9, 1940 
 3. Julius Emspak to Local 206 Regarding Finances, June 26, 1939 
 4. Emspak to Claus Regarding UE News, September 13, 1940 
 5-6. Emspak to Claus Regarding Mailing List, October 10-21, 1940 
 7. Emspak to Claus Regarding Supplies, October 21, 1940 
 8. Emspak to Claus Regarding Mailing List, November 6, 1940 
 9. Emspak to Frank Broderick Regarding Staff Members, November 27, 1940 
 10. Emspak to Broderick Regarding Organization, December 23, 1940 
 11. Emspak to Broderick Regarding Government Contracts and Unfair Labor Practices, January 7, 1941 
 12. Emspak to Claus Regarding Conscription, March 22, 1941 
 13. Emspak to Broderick Regarding United Front, April 4, 1941 
 14. Emspak to Broderick Regarding Evansville Servil Organization, August 8, 1941 
 15. Emspak to Ralph Chicketti Regarding Factionalism with August 30, 1941, Louis McCarty Letter to Emspak and September 3, 1941, Emspak's Secretary Letter to McCarty, September 17, 1941 
 16. Emspak to Broderick Regarding Factionalism, October 1, 1941 
 17. Emspak to Claus Regarding Mailing List, January 12, 1942 
 18. Emspak to Walter Meissner Regarding United Construction Workers Organizing Committee, February 18, 1942 
 19. Emspak to Chicketti Regarding Factionalism with Emspak Letter to Michael Marek, September 25, 1942 
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Local 206 Incoming Correspondence, November 8, 1941-December 21, 1948 15
 1. Julius Emspak to Ralph Chicketti Regarding Supplies, April 23, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Wallace Kennedy Regarding Finances with National City Bank Statement, March 29, 1945 
 3-4. Emspak to William Sullivan Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 28-June 1, 1945 
 5. Emspak to Frank Hall Regarding Dues, November 12, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Ralph Frosstrom Regarding Taft-Hartley, July 17, 1947 
 7. Emspak to Frosstrom Regarding White Collar Workers, April 27, 1948 
 8. Emspak to Frosstrom Regarding Dues, December 20, 1948 
 9. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram to Frank Broderick, November 8, 1941 
 10. Fitzgerald Telegram to Broderick Regarding Local 206 Officers, December 9, 1941 
 11. Fitzgerald to Chicketti Regarding Wages and Factionalism with Thomas McGovern Letter to Fitzgerald, January 5, 1943 
 12. Fitzgerald to McGovern, January 5, 1943 
 13. Fitzgerald to Robert Spaulding Regarding Local 206 Officers, December 16, 1943 
 14. Fitzgerald to Broderick Regarding Factionalism, February 3, 1944 
 15. Fitzgerald to Broderick Regarding Membership Meeting, July 12, 1944 
 16. Fitzgerald to Frosstrom Regarding Stock Purchases, October 1, 1946 
 17. Fitzgerald to Frosstrom Regarding Membership Meeting, October 16, 1946 
 18. Fitzgerald to Frosstrom Regarding Dues and UE Constitution, November 12, 1946 
 19. Fitzgerald to Frosstrom Regarding UE Constitution and Factionalism, March 18, 1947 
 20-21. Fitzgerald to Richard Brown Regarding Local 206 Officers, December 5, 1947- December 21, 1948 
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Local 206 Incoming Correspondence, June 6, 1941-June 9, 1949 16
 1. James Matles to Ralph Chicketti Regarding General Electric and Westinghouse Contracts, June 6, 1941 
 2. Matles to Chicketti Regarding Contracts, September 11, 1941 
 3. Matles to Ralph Frosstrom Regarding Collective Bargaining, June 9, 1949 
 4. A.N. Towsen to Frank Broderick Regarding Local 206 American Bosch Contracts, May 23, 1944 
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Local 206 Outgoing Correspondence, July 7, 1939-December 9, 1950 17
 1-2. Frank Broderick to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, November 15-Deceember 10, 1940 
 3. Broderick to Emspak Regarding National Defense Advisory Committee and Government Contracts, December 30, 1940 
 4. Broderick to Emspak Regarding Government Contracts, January 10, 1941 
 5. Broderick to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Local 206 Officer Elections, November 4, 1941 
 6. Broderick to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, February 7, 1944 
 7. Broderick to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, July 8, 1944 
 8. Broderick Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 206 Officers, December 9, 1950 
 9. Richard Brown to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 26, 1946 
 10. Brown to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 206 Officers, December 3, 1947 
 11. Ralph Chicketti to Emspak, April 23, 1943 
 12. Chicketti to Emspak Regarding Addresses, June 24, 1943 
 13. Emil Claus Telegram to James Carey Regarding Foreign Workers, October 9, 1940 
 14. Claus to Emspak Regarding Local 1108 Century Strike and Mailing List, October 25, 1940 
 15. Claus to Emspak Regarding Finances, Organization and Supplies, March 19, 1941 
 16. Claus to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 12, 1941 
 17. Claus to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 24, 1942 
 18. Claus to Emspak Regarding Dues, April 16, 1943 
 19. John Daly to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 28 , 1947 
 20. Mary Dukow to UE Regarding Dismissals, Grievances and War Manpower Commission with February 15, 1944, Norma Gould Letter to Richard Linsley, February 9, 1944 
 21. Louis Durant to Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 7, 1939 
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Local 206 Outgoing Correspondence, January 8, 1942-March 29, 1950 18
 1. Ralph Frosstrom to Julius Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Strikes, May 6, 1946 
 2. Frosstrom to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Stock and 1946 UE Convention, September 22, 1946 
 3. Frosstrom to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, September 22, 1946 
 4. Frosstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, October 15, 1946 
 5. Frosstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Dues, UE Constitution and Factionalism, November 6, 1946 
 6. Frosstrom to Fitzgerald, December 5, 1947 
 7. Frosstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Finances and Factionalism, March 3, 1947 
 8. Frosstrom to Emspak Regarding Taft-Hartley, June 26, 1947 
 9. Frosstrom to Fitzgerald Regarding Immigration and Factionalism, November 17, 1947 
 10. Frosstrom to Emspak Regarding White Collar Workers, April 14, 1948 
 11. Frosstrom to Emspak Regarding Dues, December 17, 1948 
 12. Frosstrom to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, May 17, 1949 
 13. Frosstrom to Matles Regarding Wages, Unemployment and Factionalism, June 3, 1949 
 14. Frosstrom Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, October 18, 1949 
 15. Frosstrom to Matles Regarding Mailing List, March 29, 1950 
 16. Frank Hall to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 206 Officers, July 12, 1945 
 17. Hall to Emspak Regarding Dues, November 4, 1946 
 18. Thomas McGurren to Fitzgerald Regarding Wages and Factionalism, December 21, 1942 
 19. Michael Manek to UE Regarding World War II, Productivity and Factionalism, September 11, 1942 
 20. Walter Meissner Telegram to UE Regarding Howers and Seniority, January 8, 1942 
 21. Meissner to Emspak Regarding Civil Rights Defense Committee and Socialist Workers Party, February 16, 1942 
 22. Meissner to Emspak Regarding Second Front and John L. Lewis, July 1, 1942 
 23. Meissner to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 206 Constitutions, July 3, 1943 
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Local 206 Outgoing Correspondence, November 1, 1942-May 31, 1945 19
 1. Patrick O'Shaunghessy to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Dues and Local 206 Officers, November 1, 1942 
 2. Robert Spaulding to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 206 Officers, December 14, 1943 
 3. William Sullivan to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 25, 1945 
 4. Sullivan to Emspak Regarding Supplies, May 31, 1945 
 5. Local 206 Investigating Committee Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism 
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Local 206 Factionalism, October 23-November 1, 1941 20
 1. Ralph Chickette Telegram to Julius Emspak, October 23, 1941 
 2. Emspak Telegram to Chickette, October 24, 1941 
 3. Emil Claus to Emspak, October 28, 1941 
 4. Emspak to Claus, November 1, 1941 
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Local 206 Subcontracting Factional Dispute, February 3-March 3, 1944 21
 1. Albert Fitzgerald to Richard Linsley with Frank Broderick Letter to Fitzgerald, February 3, 1944 
 2. Fitzgerald to Linsley with February 7, 1944, Broderick Letter to Fitzgerald, February 9, 1944 
 3-4. Linsley to Fitzgerald, February 16-March 3, 1944 
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Local 206 Dues Increase, November 18-December 5, 1946 22
 1. Ralph Frosstrom to Albert Fitzgerald, November 18, 1946 
 2. Frosstrom to Julius Empsak, November 19, 1946 
 3. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Frosstrom, November 20, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Frosstrom, November 26, 1946 
 5. Frosstrom to Fitzgerald, December 5, 1946 
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Local 206 White Collar Organization, April 19-23, 1948 23
 1. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour with April 14, 1948, Ralph Frosstrom Letter to Emspak, April 19, 1948 
 2. Seymour to Emspak, April 23, 1948 
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Local 206 Correspondence, April 23, 1943-April 14, 1952 24
 1. Richard Linsley Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 23, 1943 
 2. Albert Smith Memo to James Matles Regarding Factionalism and Local 206 American Bosch Collective Bargaining, May 20, 1947 
 3. Jack Davis to Emspak Regarding Dues and Factionalism, July 21, 1949 
 4. Paul Seymour to Emspak Regarding Charter Removal, April 14, 1952 
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Local 206 Leaflets, 1945-1947 25
 1. "Bosch Beacon," 1945 
 2. "Report to the Membership" 1947 
 3. "It's Convention Time Once Again," 1947 
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Local 206 Newspaper Clippings, 1948 26
 1. "Bosch Workers Urged to Battle Reds in UE", 1948 
 2. "Bosch Local Resents Defy by Frosstrom," September 9, 1948 
 3. "More About UE Resolutions at New York Parley", September 13, 1948 

Local 207 

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Local 207 Incoming Correspondence, October 14, 1940-May 10, 1955 27
 1. Julius Emspak to James Dougherty Regarding Finances, October 14, 1940 
 2. Emspak to Dougherty Regarding Mailing List, December 18, 1940 
 3-4. Emspak to Dougherty Regarding Finances, January 15-February 17, 1941 
 5. Emspak to Arthur Williams Regarding Finances, May 20, 1941 
 6. Emspak to Nicholas Tomasetti Regarding New Britain Organization, July 17, 1941 
 7. Emspak to Tomassetti Regarding Local 232 and Dues, February 5, 1942 
 8. Emspak to Tomassetti Regarding Supplies and Finances, November 26, 1943 
 9. Emspak to Mary DeRainge Regarding Finances, November 24, 1943 
 10. Emspak to Paul Montenieri Regarding Veterans and Finances, March 26, 1945 
 11. Emspak to Montenieri Regarding Finances, September 24, 1945 
 12. Emspak to Joseph Falis Regarding Staff Finances, April 6, 1953 
 13. Emspak to Falis Regarding Local 207 Strike and Local 164F, April 26, 1955 
 14. Emspak to Falis Regarding District 1 and Landers Strike with Emspak Letter to Peter Besch, April 26, 1955 
 15. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Locals 307 and 908, and District 6, April 27, 1955 
 16. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and District 7 with April 26, 1955, Sterling Neal Letter to Emspak, April 29, 1955 
 17. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 218 and 190F, May 2, 1955 
 18. Emspak to Falis Regarding Lander Strike and Locals 107, 218, 601N, 1004 and 1012, May 9, 1955 
 19. Emspak to Falis Regarding Local 107, May 4, 1955 
 20. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 237 and 243, May 6, 1955 
 21. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 277 and 1227, May 6, 1955 
 22. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, May 10, 1955 
 23. Emspak to Falis Regarding Local 259, May 10, 1955 
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Local 207 Incoming Correspondence, May 12-June 24, 1955 28
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 1 and Locals 233, 295, 274, 298, 277 and 396, May 12, 1955 
 2. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 107, May 13, 1955 
 3. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 294, 735, 919 and 167F, May 16, 1955 
 4. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 218 and 1105, May 18, 1955 
 5. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 259 and 271, May 19, 1955 
 6. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 107, 155 and 633, May 20, 1955 
 7. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 212, 218, 224, 259, 279 , 612 and 639, May 23, 1955 
 8. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 205, 758 and 1111, May 25, 1955 
 9. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Local 277 and District 1 with Emspak Letter to Peter Besch, May 26, 1955 
 10. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 274 and 295, May 27, 1955 
 11. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 271 and 277, May 31, 1955 
 12. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 237, June 1, 1955 
 13. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 218, 259 and 295, June 6, 1955 
 14. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Local 209 and District 1, June 7, 1955 
 15. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Locals 107 and 601N and Districts 3, 4, and 6, June 13, 1955 
 16. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Local 295 and District 1, June 14, 1955 
 17. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 218, 262, 610 and 623, June 15, 1955 
 18. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 212, 274, 277 and 1421 with June 14, 1955, Clara Fiering Letter to Emspak, June 16, 1955 
 19. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 107, 209 and 271, June 17, 1955 
 20. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 257, 277, 639, 947 and 957, June 20, 1955 
 21. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 224, 294 and 295, June 21, 1955 
 22. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 610, June 22, 1955 
 23. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 209, 277 and 612, June 23, 1955 
 24. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Local 107 and District 1, June 24, 1955 
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Local 207 Incoming Correspondence, June 27-August 10, 1955 29
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Falis Regarding Landers Strike and District 6, June 27, 1955 
 2. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 277 and 610, June 29, 1955 
 3. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 234, June 30, 1955 
 4. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 1 and Locals 107, 274, 295, 297, 735 and 1012, July 1, 1955 
 5. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 6 and Locals 618 and 1008, July 5, 1955 
 6. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 209, 218 and 262, July 7, 1955 
 7. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 107, 610 and 733, July 8, 1955 
 8. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 6 and Locals 120 and 295, July 11, 1955 
 9. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 625 and 707, July 13, 1955 
 10. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 1 and Locals 506 and 610, July 14, 1955 
 11. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 6 and Locals 107, 143, 475 and 1138, July 18, 1955 
 12. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 119F, 146, 601N and 610, July 20, 1955 
 13. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 10 and Locals 224 and 751, July 22, 1955 
 14-15. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, July 22-29, 1955 
 16. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 271, 622 and 1146, July 25, 1955 
 17. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 6, and Locals 107, 259, 610, 629 and 1412, July 26, 1955 
 18. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 143, 218, 195 and 1004, July 28, 1955 
 19. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, Districts 1 and 4, and Locals 333, 918 and 919, July 29, 1955 
 20. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 6 and Locals 145F, 274, 475, 618 and 813, August 1, 1955 
 21. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 3 and Locals 295, 298, 307 and 610, August 3, 1955 
 22. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 5 and Local 277, August 4, 1955 
 23. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 107, 228, 287, 310, 931 and 1421, August 5, 1955 
 24. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike, District 6 and Locals 271, 279, 735 and 919, August 8, 1955 
 25. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 610, August 9, 1955 
 26. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 279, August 10, 1955 
 27. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 107 and 211, August 10, 1955 
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Local 207 Incoming Correspondence, May 7, 1941-June 17, 1955 30
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 271, 308 and 1421, August 11, 1955 
 2. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 237, 514, 521, 720 and 751, August 16, 1955 
 3. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 107, 115, 125, 306, 325 and 708, August 19, 1955 
 4. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 310 and 326, August 22, 1955 
 5. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 919, August 23, 1955 
 6. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Locals 523 and 754, August 26, 1955 
 7. Emspak to Falis Regarding Landers Strike and Local 309, September 15, 1955 
 8. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Marcello Tiano Regarding Servicemen's Benefit Show, March 30, 1945 
 9. Fitzgerald to Paul LeBrun Regarding New Britain Machine, January 2, 1948 
 10. Fitzgerald to Stanley Burz Regarding Factionalism, March 2, 1948 
 11. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Sally Sulik, May 19, 1952 
 12. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Sulik Regarding National Women's Conference, May 19, 1952 
 13. John Gojack to Falis Regarding Strikes, June 17, 1955 
 14. James Matles to Nicholas Tomassetti Regarding Staff Finances, May 7, 1941 
 15. Matles Telegram to Tomassetti Regardung Supplies, July 21, 1941 
 16. Norma Gould to Tomassetti, May 12, 1942 
 17. Russ Nixon to Joseph David Regarding Political Action Committee, November 6, 1947 
 18. Ernest Thompson to Sulik Regarding Racial Discrimination, April 30, 1954 
 19. Emspak to William Brown Regarding Local 216 and Master Schedule, May 19, 1953 
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Local 207 Outgoing Correspondence, July 3, 1941-October 6, 1953 31
 1. Claire Bringtman to Julius Emspak Regarding United Packinghouse Workers Strike, February 8, 1949 
 2. Stanley Burz Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Congress of Industrial Organizations, January 28, 1948 
 3. Normand Carlson to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, December 4, 1947 
 4. Joseph David to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 30, 1947 
 5. Margaret Dolinski to Emspak Regarding PAC, October 18, 1946 
 6. Joseph Falis to Emspak Regarding General Cable Strike and Local 601, August 20, 1952 
 7. Falis to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 15, 1952 
 8. Falis to Emspak Regarding Strikes with November 3, 1952, Falis Letter to Local 207 Members, November 4, 1952 
 9. Falis to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, December 5, 1952 
 10. Falis to Emspak Regarding Brad Foote and American Gear Strikes with August 31, 1953, Receipt, August 28, 1953 
 11. Paul LeBrun to Paul Brant Regarding American Screw Machine National Labor Relations Board Elections, July 19, 1944 
 12. LeBrun to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 207 New Britain Machine Strike, December 30, 1947 
 13. Ladislaus Michalowski to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 24, 1943 
 14. Sally Sulik to Fitzgerald, May 14, 1951 
 15. Sulik to Fitzgerald Regarding National Women's Conference, May 8, 1953 
 16. Sulik to James Matles Regarding Women with October 6, 1953, Matles Letter to Sulik, October 1953 
 17. Sulik to Matles Regarding Women, October 1953 
 18. Juillian Brown to Sir Regarding Local 216, May 12, 1953 
 19. Falis to Emspak Regarding Local 207 and International Harvester Strike, November 21, 1952 
 20. Sulik to Matles Regarding Women, October 1953 
 21. Marcello Tiano to Fitzgerald Regarding Servicemen's Benefit Show and New Britain, March 29, 1945 
 22-23. Nicholas Tomassetti to Matles Regarding New Britain, July 3-19, 1941 
 24. Tomassetti to Emspak Regarding Local 232 and Supplies, February 2, 1942 
 25. Tomassetti to Matles Regarding New Britain and New Britain Machine, May 8, 1942 
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Local 207 New Britain Correspondence, August 27, 1956-February 10, 1972 32
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Local 207 Salary and Expense Letter, James Dougherty, December 13, 1940 33
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Local 207 Landers, Frary and Clark Strike, April 18-May 24, 1955 34
 1. Joseph Falis to Julius Emspak with Letter Draft, April 18, 1955 
 2. Falis to All UE Locals, April 20, 1955 
 3. Peter Besch to Emspak, May 6, 1955 
 4. Strike Benefit Dance Program, May 6, 1955 
 5. Stanley Yousavich to Emspak, May 18, 1955 
 6. Emspak to Falis, May 23, 1955 
 7. Falis to Brothers and Sisters with May 11, 1955, Receipt, May 24, 1955 
 8. Francis O'Brien to Landers Strikes, May 29, 1955 
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Local 207 Landers, Frary and Clark Strike, June 4-July 20, 1955 35
 1. Joseph Falis to UE with May 23, 1955, Julius Emspak Letter to Falis, June 4, 1955 
 2. Emspak to Falis, June 10, 1955 
 3. Peter Besch to Emspak, June 15, 1955 
 4. Falis to UE with June 15, 1955, Emspak Letter to Falis, June 16, 1955 
 5. Frank Greene to Falis, June 20, 1955 
 6. James Matles to General Executive Board Members, June 22, 1955 
 7-8. Sterling Neal to Falis, June 23-27, 1955 
 9. Hoyte Thomas to Falis, June 28, 1955 
 10-11. Neal to Falis, July 5-13, 1955 
 12. Matles to Nicholas Tomassetti, July 20, 1955 
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Local 207 Landers, Frary and Clark Strike, July 21-August 19, 1955 36
 1-2. Sterling Neal to Joseph Falis, July 21-22, 1955 
 3. Eleanor Helfand to Julius Emspak, July 25, 1955 
 4. Note on Checks for Local 207, July 27, 1955 
 5. Emspak to Ralph Mavilla with July 26, 1955, Mavilla Letter to UE, July 28, 1955 
 6. Helfand to Emspak, July 28, 1955 
 7. William Hurst to District Council Number Two, July 28, 1955 
 8. John Alonge to Emspak, July 28, 1955 
 9. James Payne to Emspak, July 29, 1955 
 10. Emspak to Joseph Smith, July 29, 1955 
 11. Emspak to Daniel Nadeau with July 29,1955, Nadeau Letter to Emspak, August 1, 1955 
 12. Mavilla to UE, August 1, 1955 
 13. Neal to Falis, August 1, 1955 
 14. Falis Letter to UE, August 4, 1955 
 15. Emspak to Edwin Silveira, August 4, 1955 
 16. Emspak to George with August 3, 1955, Harris Letter to Emspak, August 4, 1955 
 17. Peter Breier to Local 207, August 11, 1955 
 18-19. Lewis Smith to Emspak, August 18-19, 1955 
 20. John Butler to Falis, August 1955 
 21. Local 207 Strike Donations 
 22. Union's Minimum Terms for Settlement of Strike Issues 
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Local 207 New Britain 710 Forms, February 14, 1949-October 13, 1967 37
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Local 207 Correspondence, 1941-1944 38
 1. Muriel Memo to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, 1941 
 2. Janet Hovedskov to Emspak Regarding Address, September 8, 1943 
 3. Nicholas Tomassetti to Emspak Regarding Local 232 and Finances, November 1943 
 4. Issac Abraham to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 24, 1944 
 5. Abraham to Emspak Regarding Local 207 Officers and Landers Reconversion, August 21, 1944 
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Local 207 Newspaper, Strike Bulletin, May 17-26, 1955 39
 1.  Strike Bulletin with May 26, 1955, Joseph Falis Letter to James Matles, May 17, 1955 
 2-7.  Strike Bulletin, May 18-26, 1955 
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Local 207 Newspaper, Local 207 News, December 1955 40
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Local 207 Leaflets, 1951-1955 41
 1. "For the Information of UE Local 206 Members" Regarding Dues, July 16, 1951 
 2. "Give to the Landers Strike," 1955 
 3. "This is Happening Here," 1955 

Local 208 (Springfield) 

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Local 208 (Springfield) Officers Lists, January-March 1944 42
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Local 208 (Springfield) Incoming Correspondence, June 18, 1943-June 27, 1944 43
 1. Janet Barish to Charles Zinkarue Regarding Finances, May 31, 1944 
 2. Julius Emspak to Parker Regarding Finances, June 18, 1943 
 3. Emspak to Owen Madden Regarding Mailing List and Finances, March 9, 1944 
 4. Emspak to Madden Regarding Finances, June 27, 1944 
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Local 208 (Springfield) Outgoing Correspondence, January 28-May 27, 1944 44
 1. Elsie Carter to UE Regarding Address, January 28, 1944 
 2. Owen Madden to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Finances, February 27, 1944 
 3. Madden to Emspak Regarding Finances and UE News, June 22, 1944 
 4. Mrs. George Parter to UE Regarding Local 208 Officers, January 28, 1944 
 5. Charles Zinkarue to UE Regarding Supplies and Finances, May 27, 1944 
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Local 208 (Springfield) Finances, 1943-1945 45
 1. Charter Supplies, June 18, 1943 
 2. Per Capita Report, February 24, 1944 
 3. Ledger, 1943-1944 
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Local 208 (Springfield) Organization, June 8-18, 1943 46
 1. Charles Flaherty to John Murphy, June 8, 1943 
 2. Julius Emspak to Leonard Lewin, June 15, 1943 
 3. Flaherty to Emspak, June 17, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Murphy, June 18, 1943 
 5. Emspak to Flaherty, June 18, 1943 
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Local 208 (Springfield) Correspondence, August 23, 1944-February 13, 1945 47
 1. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley Regarding Address, August 23, 1944 
 2. Harley to Emspak Regarding Charter 
 3. Linsley to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 12, 1945 

Local 208 (Keene) 

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Local 208 (Keene) Officers Lists, December 14, 1946-October 2, 1955 48
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Local 208 (Keene) Incoming Correspondence, April 19, 1946-January 7, 1957 49
 1. William Cahn to Hugh LaClair Regarding Publicity, February 13, 1948 
 2. Julius Emspak to Gerald Stone Regarding Veterans and Finances, April 19, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Albert Graham Regarding Dues with Envelope, October 23, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Alfred Croteau Regarding Withdrawal Card, March 4, 1947 
 5. Emspak to Croteau Regarding Finances, April 11, 1949 
 6. Emspak to Joseph Vitosky Regarding Finances, January 7, 1957 
 7. James Matles to Edward LaFarge Regarding Finances, August 12, 1954 
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Local 208 (Keene) Outgoing Correspondence, April 22, 1946-November 6, 1952 50
 1. Alfred Crotrau to Julius Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 30, 1946 
 2. Crotrau to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Withdrawal Card, February 28, 1947 
 3. Cleo Frechette to UE Regarding Finances 
 4. Hugh LaClair to Emspak Regarding Publicity, Februray 1948 
 5. Edward LaFargue Telegram to Emspak Regarding Local 208 Strike, October 2, 1950 
 6-9. Malina Punt to UE Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 12-November 6, 1952 
 10. Gerald Stone to UE Regarding Local 208 A. Kenkel Organization and Collective Bargaining with Charter Supplies, March 14, 1946 
 11-12. Stone to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 22-November 12, 1946 
 13. Stone to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 9, 1947 
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Local 208 (Keene) Organization, March 20-21, 1946 51
 1. Charter Application with March 14, 1946, General Stone Letter to UE 
 2. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, March 20, 1946 
 3. Emspak to W.F. McNair, March 21, 1946 
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Local 208 (Keene) Henkel Strike and Subsidy, August 25, 1950-August 3, 1954 52
 1. Jake Zeraby to James Matles, August 25, 1950 
 2. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, October 2, 1950 
 3. Matles to Don Tormey, June 21, 1954 
 4. Seymour to Matles with 1954 Spring Budget, August 3, 1954 
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Local 208 (Keene) Correspondence, Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 5, 1949 53
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Local 208 (Keene) Newspaper Clippings, August 16-18, 1950 54
 1. "Workers at A. Henkel Manufacturing Go Out on Strike!," Keene Evening Sentinel, August 16, 1950 
 2. "Union Official Charges Wages Below Average!," Keene Evening Sentinel, August 17, 1950 
 3. "Henkel Officials Reply to Claims Made By Union," Keene Evening Sentinel, August 18, 1950 

Local 209 

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Local 209 Constitution 55
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Local 209 Officers Lists, April 15, 1943-April 13, 1944 56
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Local 209 Incoming Correspondence, October 14, 1940-May 27, 1949 57
 1-2. William Cahn to Harley DeLong Regarding UE News, January 31-March 19, 1946 
 3. Cahn to DeLong Regarding Publicity and Local 209 Strike, April 22, 1946 
 4. Julius Emspak to C.S. Kinsman Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1940 
 5. Emspak to DeLong Regarding Grievances and White Collar Workers, July 17, 1941 
 6. Emspak to Kinsman Regarding Taxation, May 18, 1942 
 7. Emspak to Kinsman Regarding Westinghouse Locals with Westinghouse Locals List, June 4, 1942 
 8. Emspak to Kinsman Regarding Supplies, October 17, 1942 
 9. Emspak to DeLong Regarding Finances, March 4, 1943 
 10. Emspak to Kinsman Regarding Westinghouse Locals with Westinghouse Locals List, June 3, 1943 
 11. Ray Klausner to Florence Herzog Regarding Dues, April 9, 1945 
 12. Emspak to Edward Green Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 18, 1945 
 13. Emspak to Anthony Dzorka Regarding Dues, January 18, 1946 
 14. Emspak to Green Regarding Local 209 Strike, April 4, 1946 
 15. Emspak to Dzurka Regarding Local 209 Strike, April 26, 1946 
 16. Emspak to Dzurka Regarding Factionalism, July 2, 1946 
 17. Emspak to Green Regarding Dues, November 13, 1946 
 18. Emspak to Steve Sebestyen Regarding Local 209 Officers, January 6, 1947 
 19. Emspak to Green Regarding Supplies, May 29, 1947 
 20. Emspak to Katherine McCarthy Regarding Local 209 Organization, June 2, 1947 
 21. Emspak to Green Regarding Finances, June 6, 1947 
 22. Emspak to Arthur Desrosiers Regarding Bridgeport and UE News, May 27, 1949 
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Local 209 Incoming Correspondence, February 9, 1942-December 22, 1955 58
 1. Julius Emspak to Edward Green Regarding Finances, October 26, 1950 
 2. Emspak to Arthur Desrosiers Regarding UE Constitution, October 26, 1950 
 3. Emspak to Desrosiers Regarding Finances with April 7, 1952, Receipt, May 2, 1952 
 4. Emspak to Desrosiers Regarding Supplies, March 9, 1955 
 5. Emspak to Desrosiers, December 19, 1955 
 6. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary Telegram to Harley DeLong, February 9, 1942 
 7. Fitzgerald to Anthony Dzurka Regarding Conventions, August 30, 1945 
 8. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Dzurka Regarding Finances, May 11, 1948 
 9. Fitzgerald to Albert Cioffari Regarding Stewards Council, September 4, 1953 
 10. Nat Geller Telegram to C.S. Kinsman Regarding Finances, March 5, 1942 
 11. Geller to DeLong Regarding Finances, October 7, 1942 
 12. James Matles to DeLong Regarding Production Council, April 29, 1942 
 13. Matles to DeLong Regarding Westinghouse Collective Bargaining, June 16, 1942 
 14. Matles to Kinsman Regarding Apprenticeship and Tool and Die Makers, July 9, 1942 
 15. Matles to George Johnson Regarding Wages and Women, July 17, 1942 
 16. Matles to Kinsmen Regarding War Production Board, July 30, 1942 
 17. Matles to Dzurka Regarding Locals 203 and 209 Westinghouse Strikes, January 30, 1946 
 18. Matles to Dzurka Regarding Factionalism, June 19, 1946 
 19. Matles' Secretary to Desrosiers Regarding Stewards Council, August 17, 1953 
 20-22. Matles to Desrosiers Regarding Finances, February 11-December 22, 1955 
 23. Edward Matthews to Louis Lopez Cepen Regarding Publicity, March 10, 1949 
 24. Tom Neil to Steve Sebestyen, February 19, 1946 
 25. A.N. Towsen to Kinsmen Regarding Inspectors, Wages and War Labor Board, October 18, 1943 
 26. Fitzgerald to Cioffori Regarding Stewards Banquet, March 18, 1955 
 27. Emspak to Falis Regarding Check, August 4, 1955 
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Local 209 Outgoing Correspondence, May 24, 1939-March 11, 1955 59
 1. Amanda Byxbee to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies with Dues and Initiation Stamp Statement, May 24, 1939 
 2. Albert Cioffari to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Council, September 3, 1953 
 3. Cioffari to Emspak Regarding Stewards Banquet, March 11, 1955 
 4. Cioffari to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Banquet, March 11, 1955 
 5. Cioffari to James Matles Regarding Stewards Banuqet, March 11, 1955 
 6. Harley DeLong to Matles Regarding Grievances and White Collar Workers, July 10, 1941 
 7. DeLong to Matles Regarding Production Council, March 17, 1942 
 8. DeLong to Matles Regarding Production Council and Local 209 Officers, April 17, 1942 
 9. DeLong Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 209 Bryant Hemco Collective Bargaining, May 25, 1942 
 10. DeLong to Matles Regarding Local 209 Bryant Hemco Collective Bargaining, June 11, 1942 
 11. DeLong to Matles Regarding Factionalism, August 13, 1942 
 12. DeLong to Matles Regarding Finances, September 17, 1942 
 13. DeLong to Matles Regarding Mailing List, September 15, 1943 
 14. DeLong to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 3, 1943 
 15. DeLong to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 209 Officers, December 9, 1943 
 16. DeLong to Matles Regarding Local 209 Bryant Hemco Strike and Women with December 13, 1945, Matles Letters to Richard Linsley and DeLong, December 5, 1945 
 17-18. DeLong to William Cahn Regarding Publicity and Local 209 Bryant Hemco Strike, April 20-24, 1946 
 19-21. Arthur Desrosiers to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 14-November 14, 1952 
 22. Desrosiers to Peter Abbondi Regarding Supplies with Membership Cards, March 4, 1955 
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Local 209 Outgoing Correspondence, December 22, 1943-December 4, 1950 60
 1. Anthony Dzurka to Edward Matthews Regarding Local 209 Officers, December 27, 1943 
 2. Dzurka to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding UE Convention, August 29, 1945 
 3. Dzurka to Fitzgerald Regarding Dues and Local 209 Bryant Hemco Strike, January 17, 1946 
 4. Dzurka to Julius Emspak Regarding Factionalism, June 15, 1946 
 5. Dzurka to James Matles Regarding Factionalism, June 15, 1946 
 6. Dzurka to Matles Regarding Staff Members with November 14, 1947, Matles Letter to General Executive Board Members, 1947 
 7. Dzurka to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 7, 1948 
 8. Dzurka to Emspak Regarding Locals 268 and 614 Strikes, October 20, 1948 
 9. Dzurka to Fitzgerald Regarding 1949 UE Convention Delegates, August 12, 1949 
 10. Dzurka to Emspak Regarding Local 203 and Factionalism, November 3, 1949 
 11. Leroy Feagler to Singer Sewing Machine Regarding Singer Strikes, October 6, 1949 
 12. Edward Green to Emspak Regarding 1944 UE Convention, June 30, 1944 
 13. Green to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 15, 1945 
 14. Green to Emspak Regarding Dues, November 12, 1946 
 15. Green to UE Regarding Supplies, May 27, 1947 
 16. Green to UE Regarding Remington Rand Strikes, August 20, 1947 
 17. Green to UE Regarding Finances, May 29, 1947 
 18-19. Green to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 25-December 4, 1950 
 20. Arthur Kandetzki to Emspak Regarding Local 209 Constitution, December 22, 1943 
 21-22. Andrew Kaza to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 28, 1944-November 8, 1946 
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Local 209 Outgoing Correspondence, February 9, 1942-March 28, 1947 61
 1. C.S. Kinsman Telegram to James Matles Regarding Local 209 Contracts, February 9, 1942 
 2. Kinsman to Julius Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Local Officers and Apprenticeship, May 25, 1942 
 3. Kinsman to Matles Regarding Local 209 Officers, May 29, 1942 
 4. Kinsman to Matles Regarding Apprenticeship, July 3, 1942 
 5. Kinsman to Matles Regarding War Production Board and Productivity with War Production Board Press Release, July 17, 1942 
 6. Kinsman to Matles Regarding Local 209 Bryant Contract with Telegram to W.G. Marshall, August 12, 1942 
 7. Kinsman to Matles Regarding Address, September 16, 1942 
 8. Kinsman to Emspak Regarding Finances with Notice of Delinquency Form, October 12, 1942 
 9. Kinsman to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 29, 1943 
 10. Kinsman to Emspak, August 28, 1943 
 11. Kinsman to Matles Regarding Dues, September 27, 1943 
 12. Kinsman to Emspak Regarding Inspectors and Miami, October 15, 1943 
 13. Kinsman to Emspak Regarding Westinghouse Locals, May 29, 1943 
 14. Katherine McCarthy to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, July 26, 1946 
 15-16. McCarthy to Emspak Regarding Bryant Hemco, January 13-March 28, 1947 
 17. Steve Sebestyen to Tom Neil Regarding Political Action and Veterans, February 18, 1946 
 18. Sebestyen to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 209 Officers, December 31, 1946 
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Local 209 Correspondence, June 4,1968-September 21, 1979 62
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Local 209 Bridgeport Correspondence, November 26, 1956-January 26, 1966 63
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Local 209 Bryant Electric Closure, January 2, 1986-February 13, 1987 64
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Local 209 Finances, October 9, 1941-November 16, 1948 65
 1. C.S. Kinsman Salary and Expense Letter, October 9, 1941 
 2. Receipt, November 16, 1948 
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Local 209 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, April 12, 1956-September 6, 1979 66
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Local 209 Apprenticeship, March 16-August 14, 1942 67
 1. Procedure for Training Apprentices in Tool and Die Making and Plastic Mold Die Making Trades, March 16, 1942 
 2. Charles Newell to James Matles, August 14, 1942 
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Local 209 Organization Drive, January 14-22, 1947 81
 1. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour with Januayr 13, 1947, Katherine McCarthy Letter to Emspak, January 14, 1947 
 2. Seymour to Emspak, January 22, 1947 
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Local 209 Albert Cioffori Temporary Organization, September 28, 1976-October 11, 1979 2
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Local 209 Bridgeport Bryant Electric, July 3-September 10, 1981 3
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Local 209 Inter-union Rivalry, April 5-11, 1950 4
 1. Arthur Desrosiers to Edward Matthews, April 5, 1950 
 2. Albert Fitzgerald to Albert Smith, April 11, 1950 
 3. Smith to Fitzgerald, April 17, 1950 
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Local 209 Legislative Committee and Political Action, April 5, 1971-January 9, 1973 5
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Local 209 Correspondence, April 26, 1941-January 6, 1947 6
 1. James Matles to Charles Rivers Regarding Local 209 Bryant Contracts, April 26, 1941 
 2. Rivers to James Matles Regarding Finances, October 9, 1942 
 3. Florence Herzog to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues, April 3, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Joseph Caiazza Regarding Factionalism and Local 209 Officer Election with December 31, 1946, Steve Sebestyen Letter to Emspak, January 6, 1947 
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Local 209 Newspaper, Local 209 News, March 30, 1954 7
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Local 209 Leaflet, "Union Negotiations Four Dollar Weekly Minimum Raise," April 1941 8
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Local 209 Pamphlet, Who Runs UE with July 13, 1949, Al Cioffari Statement, 1949 9
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Local 209 Newspaper Clipping, "Union President Barred For Year" 10

Local 210 

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Local 210 Officers Lists, June 1941-January 1949 11
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Local 210 Incoming Correspondence, December 30, 1940-May 27, 1949 12
 1. Julius Emspak to Betty Koppelman Regarding Local 210 Constitution, December 30, 1940 
 2. Emspak to Koppelman Regarding Finances, November 7, 1941 
 3. Emspak to Michols Regarding Finances, July 28, 1943 
 4-5. Emspak to J.W. Hungadi Regarding Finances, March 31, 1944-October 18, 1945 
 6. Emspak to Josephine Mirlos Regarding Political Action Committee, February 19, 1948 
 7. Emspak to Peter Iannuzzi Regarding Bridgeport and UE News, May 27, 1949 
 8. Hugh Harley to Iannuzzi Regarding Veterans, Febuary 7, 1945 
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Local 210 Outgoing Correspondence, August 31, 1944-November 6, 1945 13
 1-2. Evelyn Brunner to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 27-November 6, 1945 
 3. Henry Johnson to Emspak Regarding Address Change and Local 252, August 31, 1944 
 4. Peter Iannuzzi to Emspak Regarding Supplies, February 31, 1945 
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Local 210 Salary and Expense Letters, Betty Koppelman, December 26, 1940-November 18, 1941 14
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Local 210 Bonding Form, February 4, 1941 15
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Local 210 Charter, July 8-28, 1943 16
 1-2. Julius Emspak to Charles Rivers, July 8-14, 1943 
 3. Henry Johnson to Emspak, July 19, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Johnson, July 28, 1943 
 5. James Matles Memo to Rae 
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Local 210 F-Dyne Capacitor Contracts, June 7, 1953-June 5, 1990 17
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Local 210 F-Dyne Capacitor Correspondence and Clippings, August 9, 1977-September 12, 1991 18
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Local 210 Bridgeport F-Dyne Planting, April 20-June 17, 1981 19
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Local 210 F-Dyne Capacitator Organization, June 23, 1977-February 4, 1978 20
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Local 210 Correspondence, October 29, 1938-September 22, 1941 21
 1. Local 210 Dues and Initiation Stamps, October 29, 1938 
 2. Julius Emspak to Charles Rivers Regarding Membership, September 22, 1941 
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Local 210 Correspondence, April 23, 1979 22

Local 211 (New Haven) 

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Local 211 (New Haven) Outgoing Correspondence, Mike Kusmit to James Matles Regarding MB Manufacturing, September 8, 1943 23
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Local 211 (New Haven) Finances, 1943-1945 24
 1. Charter Supplies, July 20, 1943 
 2. Ledger, 1943-1945 
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Local 211 (New Haven) Organization, July 1943 25
 1. Charles Flaherty to James Matles, July 1943 
 2. Julius Emspak to Flaherty, July 14, 1943 
 3. Flaherty to Matles, July 1943 
 4. Flaherty to Emspak, July 1943 
 5. Emspak to Flaherty, July 20, 1943 
 6. Emspak to John Murphy, July 20, 1943 
 7. Emspak to Kusmit, July 20, 1943 
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Local 211 (New Haven) Staff Members, October 6-8, 1943 26
 1. Julius Emspak to Charles Rivers, October 6, 1943 
 2. Rivers to Emspak, October 8, 1943 
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Local 211 (New Haven) Finances, August 24-28, 1944 27
 1. Michael Amato to Janet Barish, August 24, 1944 
 2. Barish to Amato, August 28, 1944 

Local 211 (Meriden) 

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Local 211 (Meriden) Officers Lists, March 25, 1946 28
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Local 211 (Meriden) Finances, 1946-1947 29
 1. Charles Supplies, March 25, 1946 
 2. Ledger, 1946-1947 
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Local 211 (Meriden) Organization, March 21-25, 1946 30
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Blair, March 21, 1946 
 2. Blair to Emspak, March 22, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Blair, March 25, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Paul Seymour, March 25, 1946 

Local 211 (Bridgeport) 

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Local 211 (Bridgeport) Organization, March 20, 1952-March 20, 1956 31
 1. Julius Emspak to Michael Marinaccio, March 20, 1952 
 2. Emspak to Albert Smith, March 20, 1956 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, March 20, 1952 
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Local 211 (Bridgeport) Correspondence, May 2, 1956-October 23, 1963 32
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Local 211 (Bridgeport) Correspondence, March 16, 1970-August 7, 1978 33
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Local 211 (Bridgeport) General Electric Company Powerhouse, June 21, 1980-March 7, 1983 34
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Local 211 (Bridgeport) Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Michael Marinaccio Regarding Finances, February 17, 1954 35
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Local 211 (Bridgeport) Legislative Committee and Political Action, May 5, 1971 36

Local 212 

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Local 212 Incoming Correspondence, August 12, 1943-October 20, 1947 37
 1. Julius Emspak to Sible Regarding Finances, August 12, 1943 
 2. Emspak to R.H. McCoy Regarding Boston Auto Gage, May 26, 1944 
 3. Emspak to John Boschetti Regarding Finances and Veterans, July 10, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Boschetti Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
 5. Russ Nixon to Boschetti Regarding Political Action Committee, October 20, 1947 
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Local 212 Outgoing Correspondence, April 17, 1944-August 21, 1951 38
 1. John Boschetti to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Veterans, July 3, 1945 
 2. Boschetti Telegram to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, October 14, 1947 
 3. Aldo Gaspardi to UE Regarding Finances with August 15, 1951, Emspak Letter to Gaspardi, August 14, 1951 
 4. Gaspardi to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 21, 1951 
 5. Roger McCoy to Emspak Regarding Boston Auto Gage, April 17, 1944 
 6. McCoy to Emspak Regarding Boston Auto Gage and Finances, May 18, 1944 
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Local 212 Pittsfield Correspondence, April 24, 1957-July 18, 1966 39
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Local 212 Correspondence, February 26, 1963-November 18, 1976 40
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Local 212 Organization, August 3-18, 1943 41
 1. Hugh Harley to Julius Emspak, August 3, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Harley, August 18, 1943 
 3. Emspak to John Murphy, August 18, 1943 
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Local 212 E.D. Jones and Sons Company, March 1, 1980-February 14, 1985 42
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Local 212 E.D. Jones Strike, November 26-December 12, 1945 43
 1. E.D. Jones Memo to Local 212 Negotiating Committee, November 26, 1945 
 2. Notification of Pending Disagreement, December 6, 1945 
 3. Julius Emspak to Gerald Steinberg, December 12, 1945 
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Local 212 Correspondence, November 9, 1944-August 13, 1951 44
 1. Frederick Livingston to Gerald Steinberg Regarding Insurance, November 9, 1944 
 2. Allan Rosenberg to David Scribner Regarding Litigation, Check-off and IUE Inter-union Rivalry, January 15, 1951 
 3. Frances King to UE Regarding Finances, August 13, 1951 
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Local 212 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, December 3, 1980-April 5, 1983 45

Local 213 

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Local 213 Constitution, March 1942 46
 1. Constitution, March 1, 1942 
 2. Constitution with March 9, 1942, John Jekot Letter to Julius Emspak, March 1942 
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Local 213 Officers Lists, April 9, 1937-August 9, 1949 47
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Local 213 Incoming Correspondence, September 21, 1939-April 26, 1943 48
 1. Neil Brant Telegram to Thomas Ferriter Regarding US Conciliation Service, War Labor Board and Local 213 Van Norman Tool Collective Bargaining, June 20, 1942 
 2. Brant to L.S. Locke Regarding War Labor Board, Executive Order 9238 and Wages, April 26, 1943 
 3. Julius Emspak to Emil Carlson Regarding Finances, September 21, 1939 
 4. Emspak to Local 213 Regarding Finances, August 14, 1939 
 5. Emspak to John Tortorello Regarding Mailing List, September 26, 1940 
 6. Emspak to Tortorello Regarding Finances, February 17, 1941 
 7. Emspak to Ferriter Regarding Women and Ladies Auxiliaries, March 4, 1941 
 8. Emspak to Roy Peterson Regarding Films, March 13, 1941 
 9. Emspak to Gilbert Moline Regarding Factionalism and United Front, April 4, 1941 
 10. Emspak to Ferriter Regarding Contracts, April 19, 1941 
 11. Emspak Telegram to Moline, May 7, 1941 
 12. Emspak to Ferriter Regarding Stone and Allied Products Workers, May 8, 1941 
 13. Emspak to Tortoriello Regarding Finances, May 9, 1941 
 14. Emspak to Frederick Pyne Regarding UE News, June 16, 1941 
 15. Emspak to Ferriter Regarding United Auto Workers, September 30, 1941 
 16. Emspak to Ferriter Regarding Local 213 Constitution, November 7, 1941 
 17. Emspak to John Jekot, December 5, 1941 
 18. Emspak to Jekot Regarding Mailing List, December 10, 1941 
 19. Emspak to Jekot Regarding Local 213 Constitution, April 6, 1942 
 20. Emspak to Jekot, June 8, 1942 
 21. Emspak Telegram to Ferriter, June 18, 1942 
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Local 213 Incoming Correspondence, April 2, 1941-July 21, 1944 49
 1. Albert Fitzgerald to Thomas Ferriter Regarding Local 213 Officers, December 23, 1941 
 2. Fitzgerald Telegram to Ferriter, June 19, 1942 
 3. Fitzgerald to Helen Bushow Regarding Local 213 Officers, January 5, 1943 
 4. Fitzgerald's Secretary to John Jekot Regarding Local 213 Sixth Anniversary Celebration, June 9, 1943 
 5. Fitzgerald Telegram to Lawrence Locke Regarding Ferriter Farewell Dinner, August 12, 1943 
 6. Nat Geller to Tom Cahill Regarding Dues Check-off, October 6, 1942 
 7. James Matles to Gilbert Moline, April 2, 1941 
 8. Matles to Jekot Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Machine Tool Contracts, September 4, 1941 
 9. Matles Telegram to Ferriter, January 14, 1942 
 10. Matles to Ferriter Regarding Overtime, October 8, 1942 
 11. Matles to Locke Regarding Overtime, April 15, 1942 
 12. Matles to Locke Regarding Overtime and Dictograph Sales, July 7, 1943 
 13. Nat Spero to Harry McIntire Regarding Holidays and War Labor Board, July 21, 1944 
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Local 213 Outgoing Correspondence, August 21, 1939-November 5, 1949 50
 1. Helen Burshaw to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 213 Officers, December 21, 1945 
 2. Emil Carlson to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 21, 1939 
 3. Thomas Ferriter to Emspak Regarding Women and Ladies Auxiliary, March 1, 1941 
 4. Ferriter to James Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, May 5, 1941 
 5. Ferriter to Emspak Regarding Quarry Workers Union, May 7, 1941 
 6. Ferriter to Emspak Regarding Local 214 Van Norman Contracts, July 17, 1941 
 7. Ferriter Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Collective Bargaining, August 9, 1941 
 8. Ferriter to Emspak Regarding United Auto Workers, August 21, 1941 
 9. Ferriter to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 213 Constitution and Dues, October 27, 1941 
 10. Ferriter to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 4, 1941 
 11. Ferriter to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 213 Officers, December 9, 1941 
 12. Ferriter to Emspak Regarding Local 213 Officers, December 9, 1941 
 13. Ferriter Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding No Strike Pledge and War Labor Board, March 14, 1943 
 14. John Jekot to Emspak Regarding Political Action, August 21, 1941 
 15. Jekot to Emspak Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Contracts, August 28, 1941 
 16. Jekot to Emspak Regarding Local 213 Officers, December 2, 1941 
 17. Jekot to Emspak Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Collective Bargaining and Union Shop, April 17, 1942 
 18. Jekot to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Local 213 Officer Elections, June 3, 1942 
 19. Jekot to Matles Regarding Wages, December 29, 1942 
 20. Jekot Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 213 Anniversary Celebration, June 9, 1942 
 21. Jekot to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, November 5, 1949 
 22. Jekot to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Strike, May 25, 1948 
 23. Jekot to Leo Hunderup Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Strike, May 26, 1948 
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Local 213 Outgoing Correspondence, February 27, 1941-December 11, 1944 51
 1. Lawrence Locke to James Matles Regarding War Labor Board and Local 213 Van Norman Collective Bargaining, March 18, 1943 
 2. Locke to Matles Regarding Political Action, Little Steel Formula and Inflation with Press Release, April 11, 1943 
 3. Locke to Matles Regarding Executive Order 9246, Overtime and Political Action, June 17, 1943 
 4. Locke to Matles Regarding 1943 UE Convention, June 21, 1943 
 5. Locke Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Conscription and Ferrister Testimonial, August 1943 
 6. Locke Telegram to Matles Regarding Conscription and Ferriter Testimonial, August 1943 
 7. Locke Telegram to Julius Emspak Regarding Conscription and Ferriter Testimonial, August 1943 
 8. Locke to Fitzgerald Regarding Conscription and Ferriter Testimonial, August 10, 1943 
 9. Locke to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Reconversion, September 2, 1943 
 10. Harry McIntire to Emspak Regarding Holiday, July 20, 1944 
 11. McIntire to Emspak Regarding Staff Finances, December 11, 1944 
 12. Gilbert Moline to Matles Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Collective Bargaining, March 27, 1941 
 13. Moline to Matles, April 9, 1941 
 14. Moline to Emspak Regarding 1941 UE Convention, July 9, 1941 
 15. Moline Telegram to Emspak 
 16. Roy Peterson to Emspak Regarding Films, March 11, 1941 
 17-18. Estelle Stadnicki to Emspak Regarding Local 213 Officers, October 16-November 9, 1943 
 19. Stadnicki to Emspak Regarding 1944 UE Convention, July 26, 1944 
 20. John Tortoriello to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 27, 1941 
 21. Tortoriello to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, May 23, 1941 
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Local 213 Salary and Expense Letters, December 26, 1940-January 9, 1946 52
 1. Emil Carlson, December 26, 1940 
 2-13. Jack Tortoriello, February 19-December 1, 1941 
 14. Roy Peterson, January 9, 1946 
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Local 213 Collective Bargaining, May 15-17, 1941 53
 1. Thomas Ferriter to Emspak with Proposed Contract and Company Offer, May 15, 1941 
 2. Emspak to Ferriter, May 17, 1941 
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Local 213 Collective Bargaining, July 14-16, 1941 54
 1. Thomas Ferriter to Julius Emspak with 1942 Proposed Agreement, July 14, 1941 
 2. Emspak to Ferriter, July 16, 1941 
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Local 213 Productivity, September 23-October 21, 1943 55
 1. Lawrence Locke to Julius Emspak with "Memo on the Full Utilization of the Production Facilities of Van Norman Machine Tool" and "List of Machines at Van Norman Machine Tool," September 23, 1943 
 2. Emspak Letter to Locke, October 21, 1943 
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Local 213 Per Capita, July 24-August 7, 1944 56
 1. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak, July 24, 1944 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Linsley, August 7, 1944 
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Local 213 Van Norman, October 13, 1949-November 16, 1950 57
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Local 214 Correspondence, September 24, 1941-January 14, 1942 58
 1. George Addes to Julius Emspak Regarding Springfield, September 24, 1941 
 2. Telephone Call Memo to Thomas Ferriter Regarding Prices, January 14, 1942 
 3. James Matles Telegram to John Steelman Regarding Local 213 Van Norman Tool Collective Bargaining, January 14, 1942 

Local 214 

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Local 214 Officers Lists, September 12, 1943-April 6, 1954 59
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Local 214 Incoming Correspondence, October 8, 1943-February 17, 1954 60
 1. Julius Emspak to Flora Foley Regarding Finances, October 8, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Lewis Lehman Regarding Holtzer-Cabot, October 15, 1943 
 3. Emspak to Foley Regarding Organization, June 1, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Charles Beckwith Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
 5. Emspak to Leo Driscoll Regarding Finances, December 16, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Beckwith Regarding Per Capita Payments, January 8, 1947 
 7. Emspak to Beckwith Regarding Finances, January 9, 1947 
 8. Emspak to Irene Deleor Regarding Finances, October 30, 1950 
 9. Emspak to Francis Kepple Regarding Finances, February 17, 1954 
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Local 214 Outgoing Correspondence, September 21, 1943-July 5, 1949 61
 1. Charles Beckwith to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 13, 1944 
 2. Beckwith to Emspak Regarding Finances 
 3. J. Leo Driscoll to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 4, 1946 
 4. Driscoll to Emspak Regarding Finances with July 13, 1949, Emspak Letter to Driscoll, July 5, 1949 
 5. Flora Foley to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, September 21, 1943 
 6. Foley to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 5, 1944 
 7. Foley to Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Unfair Labor Practices and Dismissals 
 8. Lewis Lehman to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 5, 1943 
 9. Eleanor Snyder to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, April 1946 
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Local 214 Financial Secretary Reports, October 1943-October 1945 62
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Local 214 Financial Secretary Reports, October 1946-July 1951 63
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Local 214 Organization, September 2-20, 1943 64
 1. Allan McNeil to Julius Emspak, September 2, 1943 
 2. Emspak Telegram to McNeil, September 7, 1943 
 3. McNeil Telegram to Emspak, September 7, 1943 
 4. Emspak to McNeil, September 20, 1943 
 5. Emspak to John Murphy, September 20, 1943 
 6. Emspak to McNeil, September 20, 1943 
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Local 214 McGillicuddy Firing, May 7-15, 1945 65
 1. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley with Flora Foley Letter to Emspak, May 7, 1945 
 2. Linsley to Ray Klausner, May 15, 1945 
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Local 214 Membership Meeting, January 19-27, 1954 66
 1. Paul Seymour to Albert Fitzgerald, January 19, 1954 
 2. Fitzgerald to Seymour, January 27, 1954 
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Local 214 IUE Inter-union Rivalry, December 2-6, 1954 67
 1. Donald Tormey to James Matles, December 2, 1954 
 2. Matles to Tormey, December 6, 1954 
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Local 214 Correspondence, May 22, 1946-February 9, 1955 68
 1. Donald Tormey to Julius Emspak Regarding Unemployment, May 22, 1946 
 2. Paul Seymour to James Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry and Check-off, February 9, 1955 

Local 215 

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Local 215 Officers Lists, April 12, 1937-January 15, 1949 69
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Local 215 Incoming Correspondence, November 12, 1940-May 28, 1946 70
 1-5. Julius Emspak to Godfrey Prout Regarding Mailing List, November 12, 1940-December 11, 1941 
 6. Emspak to George MacRae Regarding Supplies, January 19, 1943 
 7. Emspak to Margaret Young Regarding Consolidated Lamp, May 20, 1943 
 8. Emspak to Prout Regarding Finances, March 7, 1945 
 9. Emspak to Muriel Archer Regarding Finances, March 19, 1946 
 10. Emspak to Doris Reichardt Regarding Finances and Veterans, May 28, 1946 
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Local 215 Outgoing Correspondence, November 21, 1941-March 9, 1946 71
 1. Muriel Archer to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 215 Officers, March 9, 1946 
 2. George MacRae to James Matles Regarding Overtime, January 15, 1943 
 3. MacRae to Emspak Regarding Local 215 Officers, January 15, 1943 
 4. Godfrey Prout to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 21, 1941 
 5. Roger Thompson to Emspak Regarding Local 215 Officers, October 5, 1942 
 6. Margaret Young to Emspak Regarding Local 215 Officers, April 22, 1943 
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Local 215 Salary and Expense Letters, Godfrey Prout, April 2-October 6, 1941 72
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Local 215 Volcan Electric Financial Report, December 1943 73
 1. David Bennett to Julius Emspak, December 1943 
 2. A.N. Towsen to Bennett, December 14, 1943 
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Local 215 Federated Council of Lynn, December 1, 1943-May 15, 1944 74
 1. Margaret Young to Julius Emspak, December 1, 1943 
 2. David Bennett to Emspak, December 1943 
 3. Emspak to Richard Linsley, December 13, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Bennett, December 13, 1943 
 5. Young to Emspak, December 14, 1943 
 6. Bennett to Emspak, December 1943 
 7. Emspak to Linsley, December 17, 1943 
 8. Emspak to Young, December 21, 1943 
 9-10. Emspak to Harry Kinney, December 21, 1943-January 6, 1944 
 11. Kinney to Emspak, March 8, 1944 
 12. Young to Emspak, March 13, 1944 
 13. Bennett to Emspak, March 15, 1944 
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Local 215 Political Action Committee, September 24-October 16, 1946 75
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak, September 24, 1946 
 2. Elinore Parnes to Emspak, October 1, 1946 
 3. Munel Bollen to George Rettinger, October 16, 1946 

Local 216 

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Local 216 Incoming Correspondence, August 17, 1939-May 19, 1953 76
 1. Julius Emspak to Ralph Kinney Regarding Supplies with Ledger and Statement on Unemployment, Dues and Initiation Stamps, August 17, 1939 
 2. Emspak to Jack Schubert Regarding Organization, February 28, 1941 
 3. Emspak to George WIlson Regarding Thompson Gibbs, March 18, 1941 
 4. Emspak to John Grant Regarding Mailing List, May 16, 1941 
 5. Emspak to Albert Metzger Regarding Local 216 Thompson Gibb Contracts and Local 216 Constitution, October 31, 1941 
 6. Emspak to Thomas Gooley Regarding Finances, March 26, 1945 
 7. Emspak to Charles Keller Regarding Veterans and Finances, August 9, 1945 
 8. Emspak to Vincent Kent Regarding Per Capita Payments, January 21, 1947 
 9. Emspak to George Grant Regarding Finances, October 17, 1951 
 10. Emspak to William Brown Regarding UE Fighting Fund, November 10, 1952 
 11. Emspak to Brown Regarding Finances, May 19, 1953 
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Local 216 Outgoing Correspondence, March 13, 1941-May 12, 1953 77
 1. William Brown to UE Regarding Finances, May 12, 1953 
 2. George Grant to UE Regarding Finances, April 22, 1948 
 3. Grant to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, October 6, 1951 
 4. Charles Keller to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, August 3, 1945 
 5. Harry Kinney to Emspak Regarding Finances and Lynn Federated Council, December 8, 1943 
 6. Kinney to Emspak Regarding Local 216 Officers and Finances, January 15, 1944 
 7. Gill McLoughlin to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Wages, July 26, 1948 
 8. Albert Metzgen to Emspak Regarding Local 216 Thompson Gibb Contracts, October 19, 1941 
 9. George Wilson to Emspak Regarding Finances and Thompson Gibb, March 13, 1941 
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Local 216 Salem Correspondence, January 28, 1957-January 17, 1972 78
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Local 216 Salary and Expense Letters, John Grant, May 5-23, 1941 79
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Local 216 Lynn 710 Forms, February 5, 1948-May 19, 1971 80

Local 217 

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Local 217 Officers Lists, March 24, 1944-October 1, 1949 81
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Local 217 Incoming Correspondence, October 20, 1943-October 26, 1944 82
 1. Julius Emspak to Meuse Regarding Finances, October 20, 1943 
 2. Emspak to William Marchall Regarding Finances, October 26, 1944 
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Local 217 Outgoing Correspondnece, February 1-October 29, 1944 83
 1. William Marchall to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, Finances and Conscription, February 1, 1944 
 2. Marchall to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 29, 1944 
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Local 217 Organization, October 18-20, 1943 84
 1. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak, October 18, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Linsley, October 20, 1943 
 3. Emspak to John Murphy, October 20, 1943 
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Local 217 Financial Arrangements, October 11-November 2, 1944 85
 1-2. Donald Tormey to Julius Emspak, October 11-20, 1944 
 3. Ray Klausner to Tormey, October 23, 1944 
 4. Emspak to Albert Olsen, November 2, 1944 
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Local 217 Elliot Rosenberg Address, February 5-8, 1951 86

Local 218 

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Local 218 Officers, Lists, November 14, 1944 87
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Local 218 Incoming Correspondence, January 3, 1944-December 12, 1945 88
 1. Janet Barish to Harold Hastings Regarding Finances, November 16, 1945 
 2. Barish to Albert Burton Regarding Finances, December 12, 1945 
 3. Julius Emspak to Clair Cook Regarding Finances, January 3, 1944 
 4. Emspak to Fred Snow Regarding Finances, February 11, 1944 
 5. Emspak to Snow Regarding Local 218 News, Finances and Staff Members, September 12, 1944 
 6. Emspak to Snow Regarding Fellows Gear Shaper, September 1, 1944 
 7. Emspak Telegram to Snow Regarding 1944 UE Convention, September 19, 1944 
 8. Emspak to K.A. Bladyka Regarding Finances, October 5, 1944 
 9. Emspak to Snow Regarding Finances, October 13, 1944 
 10. Emspak to Snow Regarding Local 218 Officers and Finances, October 24, 1944 
 11. Emspak to Snow Regarding Local 218 News and Fellows Gear Shaper, October 25, 1944 
 12. Ruth Shubert to George Tully Regarding West Coast Migration, November 24, 1944 
 13. Emspak to Cook Regarding Finances, November 30, 1944 
 14. Emspak's Secretary to Cook Regarding Finances, December 15, 1944 
 15-18. Emspak to Cook Regarding Finances, December 21, 1944-February 7, 1945 
 19. Emspak to Cook Regarding Veterans and Finances, February 13, 1945 
 20. Emspak to Cook Regarding Finances, February 20, 1945 
 21. Shubert to Cook Regarding Publicity, March 3, 1945 
 22. Emspak to Cook, April 2, 1945 
 23. Emspak to Tully Regarding Finances, May 8, 1945 
 24. Emspak to Hastings Regarding Finances, July 9, 1945 
 25. Emspak to Tully Regarding Finances, July 25, 1945 
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Local 218 Incoming Correspondence, August 18, 1944-March 3, 1955 89
 1. Julius Emspak to George Tully, July 31, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Albert Burton Regarding Finances and Organization, May 24, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Harold Hastings Regarding Mailing List, December 27, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Henry Hicks Regarding Finances, July 30, 1947 
 5. Emspak to Ralph Howard Regarding Political Action Committee, October 8, 1947 
 6. Emspak to Hastings Regarding Political Action Committee, October 15, 1947 
 7. Emspak to Hastings Regarding Finances, November 27, 1950 
 8-9. Emspak to Robert Green Regarding UE Fighting Fund, November 5-18, 1952 
 10. Albert Fitzgerald to Mrs. Walter Curtis Regarding Membership Transfer, January 16, 1948 
 11. James Matles to Burton Regarding Finances and Organization, June 4, 1946 
 12. Matles to Burton Regarding Finances, July 16, 1946 
 13. Matles to Hicks Regarding Finances and Factionalism, October 10, 1947 
 14. Matles to Harold Hayes Regarding Finances, November 3, 1947 
 15. Matles to Hicks Regarding Local 218 Collective Bargaining and Membership Meeting, March 3, 1955 
 16-18. Russ Nixon to Hicks Regarding Political Action Committee, October 8-November 17, 1947 
 19. Don Pinkston Telegram to Hicks Regarding Publicity, April 10, 1947 
 20. Jack Simon to Constantine Bladyka Regarding National Labor Relations Board, August 18, 1944 
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Local 218 Outgoing Correspondence, September 22, 1944-April 22, 1948 90
 1. K.A. Bladyka to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, September 22, 1944 
 2. Barbara Brown to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 22, 1948 
 3. Albert Burton to Emspak Regarding Finances and Mailing List, August 1945 
 4. Burton to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, November 27, 1945 
 5. Burton to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, May 10, 1946 
 6. Burton to Emspak Regarding Morre and Thompson Organization, May 1946 
 7. Burton to James Matles Regarding Organization and Finances, May 29, 1946 
 8. Burton to UE Regarding Organization and Unemployment, August 1946 
 9. Burton to Emspak Regarding Organization with July Expenses, September 10, 1946 
 10. Burton to UE Regarding Organization and Jones and Lamson National Labor Relations Board Elections, October 1946 
 11. Burton to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 18, 1946 
 12. Clair Cook to Emspak Regarding Finances with Bills, October 27, 1944 
 13. Cook to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Finances, November 14, 1944 
 14. Cook to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 20, 1944 
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Local 218 Outgoing Correspondence, December 1, 1944-October 2, 1952 91
 1. Clair Cook to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, December 1, 1944 
 2. Cook to UE Regarding Staff Finances, December 7, 1944 
 3. Cook to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 22, 1944 
 4-5. Cook to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 10-February 9, 1945 
 6. Cook to UE Regarding Publicity, February 26, 1945 
 7. Mrs. Walter Curtis to UE Regarding Injuries and Transfers, January 13, 1948 
 8. Harold Hastings to Emspak Regarding Finances, Dues and Local 218 Jones and Lawson and Vermont Foundries Collective Bargaining, July 3, 1945 
 9. Hastings to Emspak Regarding Twin State Labor News, December 5, 1946 
 10. Hastings to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 2, 1949 
 11. Henry Hicks to Emspak Regarding Supplies, April 2, 1947 
 12. Hicks to Emspak Regarding Finances with June 12, 1947, Supply Request, July 11, 1947 
 13. Hicks to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, September 18, 1947 
 14. Hicks to James Matles Regarding Finances and Factionalism, October 2, 1947 
 15. Hicks to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 17, 1947 
 16. Hicks to Matles Regarding Finances and Factionalism, October 20, 1947 
 17. Hicks to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee, November 13, 1947 
 18-19. Hicks to Emspak Regarding PAC, November 18-December 11, 1947 
 20. Hicks to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 3, 1949 
 21. Hicks to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 2, 1952 
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Local 218 Outgoing Correspondence, February 9, 1944-April 26, 1945 92
 1. Fred Snow to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 218 Officers, February 9, 1944 
 2. Snow to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 28, 1944 
 3. Snow to Emspak Regarding Fellows Gear Shaper, August 15, 1944 
 4. Snow to Emspak Regarding Finances and Fellows Gear Shaper, September 8, 1944 
 5. Snow Telegram to UE Regarding 1944 UE Convention, September 15, 1944 
 6. Snow to UE Regarding Local 218 News and Finances, October 17, 1944 
 7. Snow to UE Regarding Local 218 Officers, October 19, 1944 
 8. Snow to UE Regarding Finances, October 20, 1944 
 9. Snow to UE Regarding Finances and Factionalism, October 26, 1944 
 10. George Tully to UE Regarding West Coast Migration, November 22, 1944 
 11. Tully to Emspak Regarding Fellows Gear Shaper, July 31, 1945 
 12. Tully to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 26, 1945 
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Local 218 Springfield Correspondence, May 27, 1956-January 23, 1967 93
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Local 218 Correspondence, November 1, 1966-March 16, 1973 94
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Local 218 Correspondence, September 5, 1973-December 18, 1979 95
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Local 218 Correspondence, January 13, 1967-December 6, 1977 96
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Local 218 Correspondence, September 26, 1969-April 28, 1975 97
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Local 218 Organization, October 16-December 2, 1943 98
 1. Hugh Harley to Julius Emspak, October 16, 1943 
 2-3. George Dear to Emspak, November 13-16, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Dear, November 23, 1943 
 5. Emspak to Paul Seymour, November 23, 1943 
 6. Harley to Emspak, November 24, 1943 
 7. Emspak to Harley, December 2, 1943 
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Local 218 Fellows Gear Shaping Organization, August 19, 1944-February 9, 1945 99
 1. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley with August 15, 1944, Fred Snow Letter to Emspak, August 19, 1944 
 2. Linsley to Emspak, August 28, 1944 
 3. Ray Klausner to Linsley, November 13, 1944 
 4. Ruth Shubert to Linsley with George Tully Letter to Emspak, February 9, 1945 
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Local 218 Jones and Lawson Overtime, June 14-18, 1945 100
 1. Jerry Steinberg to Frederick Livingston, June 14, 1945 
 2. Livingston to Steinberg, June 18, 1945 
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Local 218 Jones and Lawson Strike and Constitutions, October 6, 1959-November 14, 1968 101
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Local 218 Springfield Bryant Grinder Strike, November 22, 1968-April 8, 1969 102
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Local 218 Subsidies, Strikes and Other Monies, March 4, 1980 103
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Local 218 Subsidies and Other Monies, Decembe 3, 1956-October 11, 1966 104
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Local 218 Twin State Labor News, December 12-24, 1946 105
 1. Ray Klausner to Paul Seymour, December 12, 1946 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak, December 24, 1946 
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Local 218 Legislative Committee and Political Action, March 20-April 20, 1972 91
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Local 218 Correspondence, July 3, 1945-August 29, 1951 2
 1. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour Regarding Rutland Electric Products, July 3, 1945 
 2. Albert Smith to James Matles Regarding Paper Workers Inter-union Rivalry and Moore and Thompson National Labor Relations Board Elections, August 9, 1948 
 3. Memo Regarding Liquidometer Organization, August 29, 1951 
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Local 218 Correspondence, September 19, 1984-June 19, 1986 3
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Local 218 Springfield, July 4, 1980-January 10, 1985 4
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Local 218 Publications, 1945-1955 5
 1.  UE 218 Strike Bulletin, April 9, 1955 
 2.  UE News, 1945 

Local 219 

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Local 219 Officers Lists 6
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Local 219 Incoming Correspondence, October 10, 1946-June 17, 1947 7
 1-3. Janet Barish to Kathleen Iffland Regarding Finances, January 9-August 7, 1946 
 4. Barish to Iffland Regarding Mailing List, June 17, 1947 
 5. Neil Brant to Leo Kane Regarding War Labor Board, Seniority and Arbitrations with War Labor Board Correspondence, October 12, 1942 
 6-7. Julius Emspak to William Dixon Regarding Mailing List, October 10-14, 1940 
 8. Emspak to W. Frobel Regarding Finances, January 28, 1941 
 9. Emspak to Frobel Regarding Mailing List, October 10, 1941 
 10. Emspak's Secretary to Kane, July 16, 1942 
 11. Emspak to Kane Regarding Finances, November 27, 1944 
 12. Emspak to Iffland Regarding Disbanding, March 19, 1945 
 13-14. Emspak to Catherine Mitchell Regarding Finances, April 18-30, 1945 
 15-17. Emspak to Iffland Regarding Finances, September 10-November 6, 1946 
 18. Ray Klausner to Kane Regarding Anniversary Dinner, January 15, 1945 
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Local 219 Incoming Correspondence, February 10, 1941-February 6, 1946 8
 1-3. Nat Geller to Catherine Mitchell Regarding Finances, April 4-July 5, 1945 
 4-6. Geller to Kathleen Iffland Regarding Finances, August 8, 1945-February 6, 1946 
 7. Frederick Livingston to Leo Kane Regarding Overtime Piecework, October 2, 1944 
 8. James Matles to W.C. Frobel Regarding Yale and Towne, February 10, 1941 
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Local 219 Outgoing Correspondence, June 16, 1939-February 28, 1946 9
 1. William Dixon to Julius Emspak Regarding Organization, June 16, 1939 
 2. Dixon to Emspak Regarding Supplies, Finances and Organization, September 7, 1939 
 3. W.C. Frobel to James Matles Regarding Yale and Towne with February 5, 1941, Stamford Advocate Clipping, February 10, 1941 
 4-5. Katheleen Iffland to Nathan Geller Regarding Finances, January 2-28, 1945 
 6. Iffland to Emspak Regarding Disbanding with Property List, March 19, 1945 
 7-9. Iffland to Geller Regarding Finances, August 7-October 2, 1945 
 10. Iffland to Geller Regarding Finances with October 6, 1945, Melville Taff Letter to Local 219, November 3, 1945 
 11-12. Iffland to Geller Regarding Finances, November 30, 1945-February 28, 1946 
 13. Iffland to Emspak Regarding International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry and National Labor Relations Board Elections, March 11, 1946 
 14-15. Iffland to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, August 6-September 24, 1946 
 16. Leo Kane to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, July 14, 1942 
 17. Kane to UE Regarding Supplies, May 29, 1944 
 18. Kane to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 25, 1944 
 19. Kane to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 219 Anniversary Dinner, January 11, 1945 
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Local 219 Outgoing Correspondence, March 28, 1945-July 16, 1946 10
 1-5. Catherine Mitchell to Nat Geller Regarding Finances, March 28-June 25, 1945 
 6. Clarence Sieglebaum to Julius Emspak, July 16, 1946 
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Local 219 Correspondence, January 24, 1959-November 8, 1977 11
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Local 219 New Bedford Correspondence, March 27-June 12, 1959 12
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Local 219 Salary and Expense Letters, Walter Frobel, January 10-August 22, 1941 13
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Local 219 Finances, 1937-1945 14
 1. Statement on Dues and Initiation Stamps with Ledger and August 23, 1939, Julius Emspak Letter to Fred Bernard, 1937-1939 
 2. Stamps, July 28, 1943 
 3-4. Per Capita Report, February-March 1945 
 5. Ledger, 1944-1945 
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Local 219 New Bedford Columbia Electronic Cables Contracts, July 1, 1970-July 27, 1991 15
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Local 219 New Bedford Columbia Electronic Cables Pensions, March 31, 1981-November 11, 1988 16
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Local 219 New Bedford Columbia Electronic Clippings, August 27, 1970-January 30, 1990 17
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Local 219 New Bedford Freetown Screw Manufacturing Company, August 7-October 11, 1988 18
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Local 219 War Labor Board Case, August 27-28, 1942 19
 1. Neil Brant to Wayne Morse, August 27, 1942 
 2. Brant to War Labor Board, August 27, 1942 
 3. Morse to Brant, August 28, 1942 
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Local 219 Disbanding, March 18-19, 1945 20
 1. Special Meeting Minutes, March 18, 1945 
 2. Julius Emspak to Samuel Gruber, March 19, 1945 
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Local 219 Rechartering, March 11-April 30, 1946 21
 1. Kathleen Iffland to Julius Emspak, March 11, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Richard Linsley, March 18, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Albert Smith, March 25, 1946 
 4. Petition, March 1946 
 5. Linsley to Emspak, April 11, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Linsley, April 30, 1946 
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Local 219 Correspondence, Fred Taff to UE Regarding Rent, July 17-31, 1946 22
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Local 219 Insurance, June 6-28, 1947 23
 1. Julius Emspak to Brennan-Tooher Agency, June 6, 1947 
 2. Brennan-Tooher Agency to UE, June 28, 1947 
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Local 219 Mailing List, March 20, 1945 24

Local 220 

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Local 220 Officers Lists, May 1944-January 1949 25
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Local 220 Incoming Correspondence, August 25, 1939-December 4, 1944 26
 1. Julius Emspak to Local 220 Regarding Finances, August 25, 1939 
 2-3. Emspak to William Hamel Regarding Finances, January 21-April 2, 1941 
 4. Emspak to E.W. Andrews Regarding Finances, May 2, 1941 
 5-6. Emspak to Roger Newell Regarding Finances, March 7-December 4, 1944 
 7. Richard Linsley to Leo Messier Regarding Local 220 Package Machine Collective Bargaining, June 26, 1944 
 8. A.N. Towsen to Peter Soja Regarding Time Study and National Metal Trades Association, December 9, 1943 
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Local 220 Outgoing Correspondence, October 4, 1939-October 5, 1948 27
 1. E.W. Andrews to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, April 29, 1941 
 2. Andrews to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 220 Package Machinery Contracts, September 8, 1941 
 3. Andrews to James Matles Regarding Local 220 Package Machinery Union Shop Collective Bargaining, November 12, 1941 
 4. Andrews to Matles Regarding Wages, October 13, 1942 
 5. Andrews to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 220 Constitution, January 23, 1943 
 6. Clifton Boyden to UE Regarding Supplies, October 4, 1939 
 7. Mason Ingram to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Productivity, March 9, 1942 
 8. Ingram to Franklin Roosevelt Regarding Wages and Inflation, April 12, 1943 
 9. Peter Soja to UE Regarding Executive Order 9240 with Soja Letter to James Byrnes, June 1, 1943 
 10. Soja to Fitzgerald Regarding National Metal Trades Association and Time Study, December 1, 1943 
 11. Mildred Verespy to UE Regarding Local 220 Officers, October 5, 1948 
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Local 220 Salary and Expense Letters, William Hammel, July 10-December 5, 1941 28
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Local 220 Credit Bill, August 18, 1939 29
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Local 220 Bonding, May 7-July 16, 1941 30
 1. E.A. Andrews to Julius Emspak with Bond Application, May 7, 1941 
 2. Emspak to Andrews, May 9, 1941 
 3. Andrews to Emspak, May 15, 1941 
 4. Bonding Form, May 29, 1941 
 5. Albert Olson to Andrews, July 16, 1941 
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Local 220 Ingram Political Action Letters, May 13-25, 1943 31
 1. Mason Ingram to Springfield Union, May 13, 1943 
 2. Ingram to UE, May 13, 1943 
 3. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Ingram, May 14, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Ingram, May 25, 1943 
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Local 220 Collective Bargaining, April 5, 1943-April 3, 1944 32
 1. Peter Soja to Albert Fitzgerald, March 31, 1944 
 2. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Soja, April 3, 1944 
 3. Fitzgerald's Secretary to Paul Seymour with Fitzgerald's Secretary Letter to Soja, April 3, 1944 
 4. Leonard Lewin to John Steelman, April 5, 1943 
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Local 220 Newspaper Clipping, "Caporale to Oppose Messier in Election," 1947 33

Local 221 

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Local 221 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, October 20, 1960-November 2, 1979 34

Local 221 (Newton) 

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Local 221 (Newton) Officers Lists, May 31, 1945 35
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Local 221 (Newton) Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Lola Dunivan Regarding Finances, January 6-14, 1944 36
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Local 221 (Newton) Outgoing Correspondence, Lola Dunivan to Lawrene Duffy Regarding Wages, Teamsters, Ray Theon Organization and No Strike Pledge, December 21, 1943 37
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Local 221 (Newton) Charter Supplies, December 30, 1943 38
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Local 221 (Newton) Organization, December 30, 1943-May 8, 1945 39
 1. Julius Emspak to Regina Wasserman, December 30, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour, December 30, 1943 
 3. Memo to Richard Linsley, 1943 
 4. Memo, 1943 
 5. Rayna Wasserman to Russ Nixon with Misuse of Manpower at Raytheon Production, February 10, 1944 
 6. Nat Shelman to Julius Emspak, May 25, 1944 
 7. Emspak to Shelman, June 2, 1944 
 8. Shelman to Emspak, April 27, 1945 
 9. Emspak to Shelman, May 8, 1945 
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Local 221 (Newton) Leaflet, "Until the Real Thing Comes Along..." Regarding Incentive, War Labor Board and Wages 40

Local 221 (Pownal) 

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Local 221 (Pownal) Officers Lists, June 4, 1952-June 29, 1953 41
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Local 221 (Pownal) Incoming Correspondence, May 27, 1952-August 26, 1954 42
 1. Julius Emspak to James Sinclitico Regarding Chartering, May 27, 1952 
 2. Emspak to Walter Pollert Regarding Finances, August 12, 1954 
 3. James Matles to Rufus Walker Regarding Local 221 Warren Wire Strike, August 26, 1954 
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Local 221 (Pownal) Outgoing Correspondence, February 6, 1953-August 18, 1954 43
 1. Raymond Marcoux to UE Regarding Supplies and Change of Address, February 6, 1953 
 2. Marcoux to UE Regarding Local 221 Officers, July 1953 
 3. Walter Pollert to UE Regarding Local 221 Warren Wire Strike, August 18, 1954 
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Local 221 (Pownal) Finances, May 27-29, 1952 44
 1. Charter Supplies, May 27, 1952 
 2. Supply Form, May 29, 1952 
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Local 221 (Pownal) Organization, May 26-27, 1952 45
 1. Frank Allen to Julius Emspak, May 26, 1952 
 2. Emspak to Allen, May 27, 1952 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 27, 1952 
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Local 221 (Pownal) Strike, May 13-December 2, 1954 46
 1. Report of Strike, April 2, 1954 
 2. Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 4, 1954 
 3. Nat Spero to Dominick Sbarra, May 13, 1954 
 4. James Matles' Secretary to James Nobel, May 13, 1954 
 5. Don Tormey to Matles, July 20, 1954 
 6. Matles to Hugh Harley with Matles Letter to Rufus Walker, July 27, 1954 
 7. E.L.M. Memo to Janet, August 24, 1954 
 8. Matles to Harley, August 26, 1954 
 9. E.L.M Memo to Janet, August 26, 1954 
 10. Tormey Memo, September 10, 1954 
 11. Matles to Harley, September 14, 1954 
 12. Matles to George Frenberg, December 2, 1954 

Local 222 

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Local 222 Incoming Correspondence, January 6, 1944-March 21, 1955 47
 1. Janet Barish to Douglas Nelson Regarding Finances, March 11, 1954 
 2. Julius Emspak to Beverly Still Regarding Finances, January 6, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Chester Williams Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 26, 1946 
 4. Emspak to All Local Unions Regarding Wages and Publicity, May 25, 1948 
 5. Emspak to Chester Williams Regarding Finances, October 29, 1948 
 6. Emspak to Charles Hansen Regarding Finances, June 15, 1949 
 7-8. Emspak to William Brady Regarding Finances, February 2, 1951-May 26, 1952 
 9-10. Emspak to Margaret Cronin Regarding Finances, October 9, 1952-March 21, 1955 
 11. James Matles to Nelson Regarding Finances, March 23, 1954 
 12. Russ Nixon to Williams Regarding Political Action Committee, November 3, 1947 
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Local 222 Outgoing Correspondence, January 12, 1948-March 8, 1954 48
 1. William Brady to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 222 Officers, May 21, 1951 
 2-3. Douglas Barrett to Emspak Regarding National Strike Fund, October 13-December 9, 1952 
 4. Barrett to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24, 1953 
 5. Douglas Nelson to James Matles Regarding Finances, March 8, 1954 
 6. Chester Williams to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee with 1947-1948 List of PAC Contributions, January 12, 1948 
 7. Williams to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 1, 1949 
 8. Williams to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, December 19, 1949 
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Local 222 Constitution Correspondence with Constitution, December 15, 1959-March 5, 1973 49
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Local 222 Correspondence, January 26, 1967-November 23, 1981 50
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Local 222 Salem Correspondence, May 10, 1956-January 18, 1967 51
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Local 222 Finances, 1943-1945 52
 1. Charter Supplies, December 30, 1943 
 2. Stamps, January 3, 1944 
 3. Ledger, 1943-1945 
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Local 222 Organization, April 25-May 1, 1946 53
 1. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, April 25, 1946 
 2. Donald Tormey to Emspak, April 29, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Seymour, May 1, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Beatrice Kimball, May 1, 1946 
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Local 222 Subsidy, February 19-March 11, 1954 54
 1. Boris Block to David Ratner, February 19, 1954 
 2. James Matles to Block, March 2, 1954 
 3. Paul Seymour to Matles, March 8, 1954 
 4. Block to Matles, March 8, 1954 
 5. Matles' Secretary to Block, March 11, 1954 
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Local 222 Correspondence, October 10, 1947-February 16, 1953 55
 1. Charles Hanson to Congress of Industrial Organizations Political Action Committee Regarding PAC, October 10, 1947 
 2. William Brady to UE Regarding Finances, January 27, 1951 
 3. Strike Fund Receipt Letter, February 16, 1953 
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Local 222 Newspaper, The Lamplighter, January 1948 56

Local 222 (Wakefield) 

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Local 222 (Wakefield) Organization, December 7-30, 1943 57
 1-2. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley, December 7-22, 1943 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour December 30, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Linsley, December 30, 1943 
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Local 222 (Wakefield) Dues, January 1944 58
 1. Donald Tormey to Julius Emspak, January 1944 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Tormey, January 18, 1944 

Local 223 

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Local 223 Officers Lists, October 1944-September 1949 59
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Local 223 Incoming Correspondence, July 5, 1944-January 17, 1947 60
 1. Julius Emspak to Maude Beach Regarding Mu Switch Organization and Finances, July 5, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Muriel Russell Regarding Dues, January 17, 1947 
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Local 223 Correspondence, February 6, 1967-December 11, 1974 61
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Local 223 Taunton Correspondence, April 5, 1963-February 20, 1964 62
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Local 223 Bonding Bill, June 17, 1947 63
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Local 223 Organization, January 18-June 26, 1944 64
 1. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley, January 18, 1944 
 2. Linsley Memo to Emspak, January 22, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, January 25, 1944 
 4. Emspak to Linsley, January 25, 1944 
 5. Antonio DiPinto to Emspak, June 26, 1944 
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Local 223 New Bedford Senco Manufacturing Corporation, January 7, 1980-October 11, 1988 65
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Local 223 Correspondence, March 3, 1948 66
 1. Douglas Barrett to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 223 Officers, March 3, 1948 
 2. Ray Memo Regarding Disbanding 

Local 224 

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Local 224 Incoming Correspondence, June 16, 1946-February 17, 1954 67
 1. Janet Barish to Tom O'Malley Regarding Staff Finances, June 16, 1949 
 2. Julius Emspak to E.B. Hausen Regarding Veterans and Finances, Mah 28, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Eleanora DeAngelis Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
 4. Emspak to O'Malley Regarding Supplies and Dues, January 30, 1947 
 5. Emspak to O'Malley Regarding Local 224 Officers, April 23, 1947 
 6. Emspak to O'Malley Regarding Wages and Publicity, July 2, 1948 
 7. Emspak to O'Malley Regarding Publicity, July 19, 1948 
 8. Emspak to O'Malley Regarding Staff Finances, October 25, 1948 
 9. Emspak to Rose Quinton Regarding Dues Check-off and Finances, August 28, 1950 
 10. Emspak to O'Malley Regarding Finances, March 23, 1951 
 11. Emspak to Quinton Regarding FInances, February 17, 1954 
 12. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Theresa Mullowney, November 21, 1946 
 13. James Matles to Mullowey Regarding Grievances, November 29, 1946 
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Local 224 Outgoing Correspondence, January 5, 1945-November 10, 1952 68
 1. Margot Clark to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 15, 1946 
 2. E.B. Hansen to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 5, 1945 
 3. Hansen to UE Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 21, 1946 
 4. Tom O'Malley to Emspak Regarding Dues, January 23, 1947 
 5. O'Malley to Emspak Regarding Address Change, April 5, 1947 
 6. O'Malley to Emspak, July 27, 1947 
 7-8. O'Malley to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 22, 1948 
 9-10. O'Malley to Emspak Regarding Finances, September 29, 1948-March 13, 1951 
 11. O'Malley to UE Regarding Per Capita, September 15, 1951 
 12. O'Malley to James Matles Regarding Finances, January 18, 1952 
 13-15. O'Malley to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 10-November 10, 1952 
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Local 224 East Boston Correspondence, January 18, 1949-January 29, 1976 69
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Local 224 Finances, 1950-1955 70
 1. Financial Statement, 1950 
 2. Goldenberry and Young Memo with Check and Insufficient Funds Notice, November 14, 1955 
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Local 224 Organization, April 8-May 1, 1944 71
 1. Rayna Wasserman to Julius Emspak, April 8, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Leonard Lewin, May 1, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 1, 1944 
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Local 224 Springfield Milton Bradley Machine, July 26, 1937-February 2, 1938 72
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Local 224 Political Action Committee, Margot Clarke to Julius Emspak, September 3-November 6, 1946 73
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Local 224 Grievances, November 15-25, 1946 74
 1. Theresa Mullowney to James Matles, November 15, 1946 
 2. J. Turkowski Memo to Matles, November 25, 1946 
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Local 224 Correspondence, May 31, 1944-November 23, 1955 75
 1. Rayna Wasserman to Julius Emspak Regarding Address Change, May 31, 1944 
 2. Theresa Mullowney to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, November 15, 1946 
 3. Thomas O'Malley to Emspak, October 27, 1948 
 4. O'Malley Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Atomic Energy Commission and Anti-communism, October 29, 1948 
 5. Emspak's Secretary to Allen Rosenberg Regarding Finances with June-August 1951 Notices of Delinquency and Suspension, January 23, 1952 
 6. Gerald Steinberg to Emspak Regarding Dues and Finances, November 23, 1955 

Local 225 

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Local 225 Officers Lists, September 14, 1944 76
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Local 225 Incoming Correspondence, February 7, 1945-May 15, 1947 77
 1. Janet Barish to Ruth Gallagher Regarding Finances, February 6, 1946 
 2. Julius Emspak to Gallagher Regarding Veterans and Finances, September 12, 1945 
 3. Helen Lief to Bert Csaky Regarding Finances, April 4, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Csaky Regarding Dues, Check-off and White Collar Workers, September 19, 1946 
 5. Emspak to Csaky Regarding Finances, December 3, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Csaky, May 15, 1947 
 7. Hugh Harley to Frank Fear Regarding Supplies and Veterans, February 7, 1945 
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Local 225 Outgoing Correspondence, March 25, 1946-June 21, 1947 78
 1. Bert Csaky to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 25, 1946 
 2. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Veterans, April 4, 1946 
 3. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Dues, May 4, 1946 
 4. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Supplies, June 3, 1946 
 5. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off and Foremen, September 17, 1946 
 6. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Dues, October 14, 1946 
 7. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Finances, December 2, 1946 
 8-9. Csaky to Emspak Regarding Disbanding, May 12-June 21, 1947 
 10. Louis Desien to Emspak Regarding Unemployment, Feburary 17, 1947 
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Local 225 Finances, March 13, 1945-June 21, 1947 79
 1. Stamps, March 13, 1945 
 2. Per Capita Form, June 21, 1947 
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Local 225 Organization, April 25-May 30, 1944 80
 1. Charles Rivers to Julius Emspak, April 25, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Rivers, May 9, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 30, 1944 
 4. Emspak to Rivers, May 30, 1944 
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Local 225 Arbitration Fee, February 15-August 8, 1946 81
 1. Ralph Bischoff to John Driscoll, February 15, 1946 
 2. Driscoll to Julius Emspak, March 6, 1946 
 3. Bischoff to Emspak, May 17, 1946 
 4. Helen Lief to Bischoff, May 27, 1946 
 5. Janet Barish to Richard Linsley, May 27, 1946 
 6. Bischoff to Emspak, June 14, 1946 
 7. Emspak to Bischoff, June 27, 1946 
 8. Emspak to Louis Desien, June 27, 1946 
 9. Linsley to Barish, July 30, 1946 
 10. Emspak to Linsley, August 8, 1946 
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Local 225 Disbanding, January 30-March 15, 1947 82
 1. Bert Csaky to Julius Emspak with Note of Delinquency, January 30, 1947 
 2. Csaky to Emspak, January 30, 1947 
 3. Emspak to Joseph Caiazza with Emspak Letter to Csaky and January 30, 1947, Csaky Letter to Emspak, February 4, 1947 
 4. Louis Desien to Emspak, February 17, 1947 
 5. Emspak to Caiazza, February 28, 1947 
 6. Emspak to Albert Smith with May 12, 1947, Csaky Letter to Emspak, May 15, 1947 
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Local 225 Correspondence and Notice, August 16, 1944-May 31, 1946 83
 1. Samuel Grober to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 225 Constitution, August 16, 1944 
 2. Grober to David Scribner Regarding Factionalism, Expulsions and Dismissals, January 4, 1945 
 3. Scribner to Grober Regarding Arbitrations and Factionalism, January 26, 1945 
 4. Maguire Industries Notice to All Employees Regarding Unemployment, May 31, 1946 

Local 226 

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Local 226 Officers Lists, November 15, 1944-February 2, 1949 84
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Local 226 Incoming Correspondence, November 15, 1944-December 10, 1946 85
 1. Julius Emspak to I. Hollander Regarding Finances, November 15, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Frances Lee Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
 3. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Mrs. John Rathbone Regarding Southern Organization, January 31, 1946 
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Local 226 Outgoing Correspondence, Mrs. John Rathbone to UE Regarding Chapel Hill, January 25, 1946 86
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Local 226 Correspondence, February 6, 1967-March 15, 1976 87
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Local 226 Organization, May 17-21, 1944 88
 1. Charles Rivers to Julius Emspak, January 17, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Rivers, May 21, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 21, 1944 
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Local 226 Stamford Baer Brothers, June 4-August 17, 1937 89
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Local 226 Per Capita, April 25, 1946-January 22, 1947 90
 1. Antonio D. Pinto to Julius Emspak, April 25, 1946 
 2. Joseph Lovely to Emspak, July 31, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Lovely, August 2, 1946 
 4. Lovely to Emspak, January 22, 1947 
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Local 226 Bacon Felt Company Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, August 10, 1984 91
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Local 226 Transfers, May 9-10, 1949 92
 1. Joseph Elkins to UE News, May 9, 1949 
 2. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Elkins, May 10, 1949 
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Local 226 Disbanding, May 16-June 23, 1949 93
 1. Betty Scanlon to Julius Emspak, May 16, 1949 
 2. Emspak to Harry Kaplan, May 23, 1949 
 3. Kaplan to Emspak, June 23, 1949 

Local 227 

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Local 227 Officers Lists, March 28- 1947-April 5, 1948 94
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Local 227 Incoming Correspondence, October 22, 1945-October 14, 1949 95
 1. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Tom Williams, October 22, 1945 
 2. Emspak to John Tomasko Regarding Local 227 Officers, April 23, 1947 
 3. Emspak to Philip DiLeo Regarding Retirees and Pensions, September 11, 1947 
 4. Emspak to DiLeo Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike and United Steel Workers of America Local 3764 Strike, May 26, 1949 
 5. Emspak to Michael Spinelli Regarding UE News and Bridgeport, May 27, 1949 
 6-13. Emspak to DiLeo Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike, July 13-August 24, 1949 
 14. Emspak to Williams Regarding Finances, August 24, 1949 
 15. Emspak to Williams Regarding Dues, September 6, 1949 
 16-17. Emspak to DiLeo Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike, September 9-12, 1949 
 18. Emspak Telegram to Williams Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike, October 14, 1949 
 19. Emspak to Williams Regarding 227 Singer Strike 
 20. Albert Fitzgerald to Williams, May 10, 1946 
 21. Fitzgerald to Williams Regarding Back Pay with Leo Behr Letter to Fitzgerald, June 10, 1946 
 22-23. Fitzgerald to Williams, July 23-August 20, 1946 
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Local 227 Outgoing Correspondence, October 15, 1945-September 29, 1949 96
 1. Philip DiLeo to UE Regarding Retirees, September 6, 1947 
 2. Tom Williams to UE Regarding Bridgeport and Political Action, October 15, 1945 
 3. Williams to Harold Briney Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike and Local 610, August 1, 1949 
 4. Williams to Emspak Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike and Finances, August 22, 1949 
 5. Williams to Emspak Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike and Dues, August 31, 1949 
 6. Williams to UE Regarding Finances, September 29, 1949 
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Local 227 Organization, June 24-July 11, 1944 97
 1. Henry Johnson to Julius Emspak, June 24, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour, July 11, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Johnson, July 11, 1944 
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Local 227 Community Organization, October 18-November 5, 1945 98
 1. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley with October 15, 1945, Tom Williams Letter to UE, October 18, 1945 
 2. James Matles Telegram to Linsley, October 25, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Linsley, November 1, 1945 
 4. Linsley to Emspak, November 5, 1945 
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Local 227 Stamford Yale and Towne, May 29-November 27, 1937 99
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Local 227 Bridgeport Singer, December 7, 1949-June 12, 1951 100
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Local 227 Correspondence, May 8, 1946-October 14, 1949 101
 1. Albert Fitzgerald to Leo Behr Regarding Back Pay, May 8, 1946 
 2. Caiazza Telephone Message Regarding Local 227 Singer Strike and Factionalism, October 14, 1949 
 3. Local 227 Elections Memo 

Local 228 

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Local 228 Incoming Correspondence, April 25, 1946-November 18, 1952 102
 1. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Milton Elliot, April 25, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Howard White Regarding Veterans and Finances, August 29, 1946 
 3. Emspak to White Regarding Dues, October 22, 1946 
 4-6. Emspak to Frank Trefethen Regarding Finances, December 24, 1946-January 13, 1947 
 7. Emspak to Trefethen Regarding Political Action Committee, November 20, 1947 
 8. Emspak to Charles Woodward Regarding Finances, March 29, 1948 
 9-10. Emspak to John Williams Regarding National Strike Fund, November 18, 1952-October 15, 1956 
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Local 228 Outgoing Correspondence, November 27, 1946-November 15, 1952 103
 1. Frank Trefether to UE Regarding Finances, November 27, 1946 
 2. Trefether to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 9, 1947 
 3. Trefether to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 24, 1947 
 4. John Williams to UE Regarding Local 228 Paragone Gear Strike, November 31, 1947 
 5-6. Williams to UE Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 10-November 15, 1952 
 7. Charles Woodward to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 21, 1948 
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Local 228 Correspondence, January 31, 1951-December 3, 1979 104
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Local 228 Correspondence, February 5, 1964-October 23, 1975 105
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Local 228 Bill, June 17, 1947 106
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Local 228 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, April 23, 1982 107
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Local 228 Organization, May 27, 1946 108
 1. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 27, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Antonio D. Pinto, May 27, 1946 
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Local 228 Taunton Industrial Tool and Engineering Corporation, July 3, 1980-June 17, 1983 109
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Local 228 Paragon Gear, January 31, 1978 110
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Local 228 Paragon Gear Amalgamation, October 18-November 25, 1946 111
 1. Merrill Lewis to Julius Emspak, October 18, 1946 
 2. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Paul Seymour, October 24, 1946 
 3. Seymour to Ray Klausner, October 29, 1946 
 4. Seymour to Klausner, November 25, 1946 
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Local 228 Paragon Gear Strike, November 15-26, 1947 112
 1. Harry Fishman to Julius Emspak, November 15, 1947 
 2. Albert Smith to Emspak, November 17, 1947 
 3. Emspak to Fishman, November 26, 1947 

Local 228 (Lowell) 

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Local 228 (Lowell) Incoming Correspondence, Ray Klausner to Josephine Hogan Regarding Constitution, December 18, 1944 113
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Local 228 (Lowell) Outgoing Correspondence, Josephine Hogan to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, November 13, 1944 114
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Local 228 (Lowell) Finances, 1944 115
 1. Charter Supplies, July 17, 1944 
 2. Ledger, 1944 
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Local 228 (Lowell) Organization, July 19, 1944 116
 1. Julius Emspak to Richard Linsley, July 19, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour, July 19, 1944 
 3. Emspak to James Marino, July 19, 1944 
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Local 228 (Lowell) Correspondence, Joseph Turkowski Memo regarding Unemployment and Plant Closure, October 4, 1944 117

Local 229 

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Local 229 Officers Lists, April 13, 1943-April 23, 1948 118
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Local 229 Incoming Correspondence, December 12, 1940-June 2, 1944 119
 1. Julius Emspak to William Clearn Regarding Mailing List, December 12, 1940 
 2. Emspak to Steve Lew Kowicz Regarding Finances, November 7, 1941 
 3. Emspak to James Marella Regarding Bridgeport Organization and Amalgamation of Bassick, Casco, Producto, and Remington Rand, February 2, 1942 
 4. Emspak to Marella Regarding Finances, February 19, 1942 
 5. Emspak to Sarah Griffin Regarding Local 299 Officers, April 16, 1942 
 6-10. Emspak to Maraella Regarding Finances, June 16-November 16, 1942 
 11-12. Emspak to John MacRae Regarding Finances, December 16, 1942-February 17, 1943 
 13-24. Emspak to Herman Bergerhoff Regarding Finances, March 11, 1943-April 19, 1944 
 25. Emspak to Agnes Meyers Regarding Finances, June 2, 1944 
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Local 229 Incoming Correspondence, September 29, 1942-May 27, 1949 120
 1. Julius Emspak to Agnes Meyers Regarding Finances, July 14, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Meyers Regarding Dues and Bassick, October 9, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Meyers Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 27, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Mark Sloves Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 27, 1945 
 5. Emspak to Meyers Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Meyers Regarding Dues, January 8, 1947 
 7. Emspak to Ben Frankel Regarding Dues, April 10, 1947 
 8. Emspak to James Seymour Regarding Local 229 Jurisdiction at Bassick, Producto and Sprague Meter, April 24, 1947 
 9. Emspak to Seymour Regarding Bassick Jursidiction Change, April 29, 1947 
 10. Emspak to Local 229 Regarding Factionalism, July 7, 1947 
 11. Emspak to Lee Johnston Regarding Finances, February 3, 1948 
 12. Emspak to Ralph Sayball Regarding UE News and Bridgeport, May 27, 1949 
 13. James Matles to James Marella Regarding Finances, September 29, 1942 
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Local 229 Outgoing Correspondence, February 17, 1942-January 23, 1947 121
 1. Herman Bergerhoff to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, May 22, 1943 
 2. Harley DeLong to Emspak Regarding Bridgeport, January 25, 1945 
 3. Ben Frankel to UE Regarding Bassick, March 24, 1947 
 4. Frankel to Emspak Regarding Local 229 Unit Withdrawls, Producto and Sprague Meter, April 28, 1947 
 5-6. Sarah Griffin to Emspak Regarding Local 229 Constitution, March 30-April 16, 1942 
 7. Lee Johnston to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, January 23, 1947 
 8. Johnston to Emspak Regarding Remington Rand and Local 229 Factionalism with June 12, 1947, Resolution, June 17, 1947 
 9. Thomas Jones to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Auto Ordinance Separate Charters, May 25, 1944 
 10. John MacRae to James Matles Regarding Finances, January 26, 1943 
 11. MacRae to Emspak Regarding Allison Organization, February 1, 1943 
 12. James Mataella to UE Regarding Finances, February 17, 1942 
 13. Mataella to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 23, 1942 
 14. Mataella to Matles, September 24, 1942 
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Local 229 Outgoing Correspondence, May 17, 1944-April 18, 1947 122
 1. Agnes Myers to UE Regarding Supplies, May 17, 1944 
 2-3. Myers to Julius Emspak Regarding Auto Ordinance Separate Charters, May 25-26, 1944 
 4. Myers to Emspak Regarding Dues and Bassick, September 20, 1944 
 5. Myers to Emspak Regarding UE News, Dues and Bassick, September 23, 1944 
 6-7. Myers to Emspak Regarding Finances and Staff Members, October 16, 1944 
 8. Myers to Emspak Regarding Dues, December 27, 1946 
 9. Myers to Emspak Regarding Supplies and Local 229 Officers, March 27, 1947 
 10. Myers to Emspak Regarding Sprague Meter and Producto Machine Charters, April 18, 1947 
 11. Mark Sloves Letter Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 24, 1945 
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Local 229 Salary and Expense Letters, William Cleary, December 26, 1940-July 28, 1941 123
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Local 229 Amalgamation, January 22-28, 1942 124
 1. Harry Kaplan to Julius Emspak, January 22, 1942 
 2-3. Emspak to Kaplan, January 23-28, 1942 
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Local 229 Auto Ordinance Contract Publicity, June 1942 125
 1. Harry Kaplan to James Matles, June 23, 1942 
 2. Matles' Secretary to Kaplan, June 24, 1942 
 3. Kaplan to Matles, June 1942 
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Local 229 Auto Ordinance Steward Election, November 23-December 2, 1943 126
 1. J.A. DeBell to Jenry Johnson, November 23, 1943 
 2. Michael Quaka to General Executive Board, November 27, 1943 
 3. Julius Emspak to John MacRae, December 1, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Quaka, December 1, 1943 
 5. Quaka to Emspak, December 2, 1943 
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Local 229 Auto Ordinance Factionalism, February 21-23, 1944 127
 1. Eddie Doyle to Congress of Industrial Organizations, February 21, 1944 
 2. Albert Fitzgerald to Charles Rivers with Doyle Letter to Congress of Industrial Organizations, February 23, 1944 
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Local 229 Staff Members, October 9-29, 1944 128
 1. Julius Emspak to Hugh Harley, October 9, 1944 
 2. Samuel Gruber to Emspak, October 26, 1944 
 3. Harley to Emspak, October 29, 1944 
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Local 229 Factionalism and Lost Time, December 1946 129
 1. Agnes Myers to James Matles, December 6, 1946 
 2. Selma Memo to Sylvia, December 1946 
 3. Julius Emspak to Myers, December 19, 1946 
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Local 229 Bridgeport Bassick, May 19, 1937-May 20, 1938 130
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Local 229 Bridgeport Bassik, UE vs. Seymour, November 2-December 8, 1949 131
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Local 229 Factionalism at Producto, Bassick, and Sprague Meter Locations, January 31-June 27, 1947 101
 1. Agnes Myers Telegram to James Matles, January 31, 1947 
 2. James Seymour Telegram to Matles, February 3, 1947 
 3. Matles Telegram to J. Seymour, February 4, 1947 
 4. J.D. Persily to Matles, February 13, 1947 
 5. Producto Secession Petitions with Grazio Vacchio Letter to Julius Emspak, March 18, 1947 
 6. Albert Smith to Emspak, March 19, 1947 
 7. Frank Arlio to Emspak, March 1947 
 8. Emspak to Paul Seymour, April 3, 1947 
 9. Smith to Emspak, April 7, 1947 
 10-11. P. Seymour to Emspak, April 8-9, 1947 
 12. Emspak's Secretary to Smith, April 25, 1947 
 13. Smith to Emspak, April 28, 1947 
 14. Smith to Matles with July 9, 1947, Selma Memo to Ray, June 26, 1947 
 15. Matles Memo to Emspak, June 27, 1947 
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Local 229 Correspondence, Questionnaire, Meeting Minutes and Membership Card, March 10, 1942-November 9, 1949 2
 1. Bonding Questionnaire, March 10, 1942 
 2. Raymond Denicker to Julius Emspak Regarding War Labor Board and Producto Contracts, January 13, 1943 
 3. Herman Bergerhoff to James Matles Regarding Finances, May 19, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Bergerhoff Regarding Finances, May 21, 1943 
 5. Auto Ordinance Memo to Supervisors Regarding Contracts, June 2, 1943 
 6. Auto Ordinance Memo Regarding Grievances, Wages and Speed-up, July 6, 1943 
 7. Auto Ordinance Memo Regarding Grievances and Wages, July 6, 1943 
 8. Auto Ordinance Memo Regarding Grievances, Wages and Speed-up, July 22, 1943 
 9. E.Tator and Michael Quaka Memo Regarding Employment and Factionalism, August 25, 1943 
 10. Minutes of Shop Committee Meeting, September 19, 1943 
 11. Auto Ordinance General Manager Memo Regarding Working Conditions, September 28, 1943 
 12. Anssel Maguire Memo to Auto Ordinance Workers Regarding Production, October 20, 1943 
 13. Dunnigan Memo to Heffernan Regarding Auto Ordinance, Grievances and Factionalism, October 28, 1943 
 14. Samuel Gruber to Emspak Regarding Staff and Finances, March 13, 1944 
 15. Agnes Myers Telegram to Emspak Regarding Remington Rand, December 19, 1948 
 16. Myers Telegram to UE, February 12, 1945 
 17. Matles Telegram to Local 220 Regarding Winston-Salem Bassick, August 29, 1946 
 18. Myers Telegram to Matles Regarding Bassick Separate Local, December 12, 1946 
 19. Local 229 Membership Card, January -March 1948 
 20. Emspak to Albert Smith Regarding Finances, March 24, 1949 
 21. James Seymour Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 229 Bassick, June 2, 1949 
 22. Harry Kaplan to Emspak Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, November 9, 1949 
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Local 229 Leaflets, 1943-1947 3
 1. "To Employees of the Auto Ordinance Corporation" Regarding Racism, July 14, 1943 
 2. "Mass Meeting" Regarding Local 229 Bassick Collective Bargaining, June 4, 1947 
 3. "UE Wins More Than Fifteen Cents" Regarding Local 1154 Stewart-Warner Collective Bargaining and Factionalism, 1947 
 4. "The New Contract" Regarding Local 229 Bassick Contract and Factionalism, June 16, 1947 

Local 230 

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Local 230 Incoming Correspondence, April 3, 1945-December 3, 1952 4
 1-8. Julius Emspak to Andrew Musta Regarding Finances, April 3, 1945-December 9, 1946 
 9. Emspak to Musta Regarding Strike Fund, October 9, 1952 
 10-15. Emspak to Thomas Shanahan Regarding National Strike Fund, October 24-December 3, 1952 
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Local 230 Outgoing Correspondence, August 12, 1946-March 18, 1949 5
 1. Frank Leskiak to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 18, 1949 
 2. Andrew Musta to Emspak Regarding Finances, August 12, 1946 
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Local 230 Correspondence, June 1, 1960-May 31, 1979 6
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Local 230 Organization, November 21, 1944-January 23, 1945 7
 1. Joseph Caiazza to Julius Emspak, November 21, 1944 
 2. Emspak to Caiazza, December 13, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, December 13, 1944 
 4. Caiazza to Emspak, January 4, 1945 
 5. Emspak to Caiazza, January 23, 1945 
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Local 230 New Haven Marlin Arms, May 17, 1937-September 19, 1938 8
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Local 230 Meriden Charles Parker Manufacturing Company, July 12, 1983 9
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Local 230 Membership Meeting, February 16-March 5, 1054 10
 1. James Matles to Andrew Musto, February 16, 1954 
 2. Matles to Nicholas Tomassetti with Matles Letter to Musto, March 5, 1954 
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Local 230 Legislative Committee and Political Action, May 5, 1971 11
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Local 230 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, July 11, 1983 12
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Local 230 Correspondence and Report, March 30, 1945-December 31, 1952 13
 1. Joseph Caiazza to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 30, 1945 
 2. Charles Parker Manufacturing Auditors Report, December 31, 1951-December 31, 1942 
 3. Memo to Kathie 

Local 231 

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Local 231 Constitution 14
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Local 231 Officers Lists, January 6, 1946-January 21, 1954 15
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Local 231 Incoming Correspondence, April 23, 1945-October 6, 1955 16
 1. Julius Emspak to Vanson Ronco Regarding Veterans and Finances, April 23, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Ronco Regarding Wincherdon Organization, August 20, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Ronco Regarding Finances, October 8, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Arthur Marsh Regarding Dues, November 25, 1946 
 5. Emspak to Ronco Regarding Political Action Committee, November 14, 1947 
 6. Emspak to Robert Kidder Regarding Finances, March 20, 1950 
 7. Emspak to Kidder Regarding National Strike Fund, December 30, 1952 
 8-9. Emspak to Kidder Regarding Local 231 Disbanding, June 22-October 6, 1955 
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Local 231 Outgoing Correspondence, November 1946-June 1955 17
 1. Robert Kidder to District 2 Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 3, 1952 
 2. Kidder to UE Regarding Plant Closure and Local 231 Disbanding, June 1955 
 3. Arthur Marsch to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues, November 1946 
 4. Vanson Ronco to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, April 20, 1945 
 5. Ronco to Emspak Regarding Chendon Organization, August 7, 1945 
 6. Ronco to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 4, 1945 
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Local 231 Organization, January 26-February 21, 1945 18
 1. Donald Tormey to Julius Emspak with Charter Application, January 26, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Tormey, January 29, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, January 29, 1945 
 4. Emspak to William Teto, February 19, 1945 
 5. Teto to Emspak, February 21, 1945 
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Local 231 Disbanding, June 9-September 29, 1955 19
 1. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, June 22, 1955 
 2. Emspak to Robert Kidder, June 22, 1955 
 3. Kidder to Boris Block, September 16, 1955 
 4. Block to Emspak, September 29, 1955 
 5. Kidder Letter, June 9, 1955 
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Local 231 Correspondence, March 17, 1950-November 26, 1952 20
 1. Nat Shelman to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, March 17, 1950 
 2. Paul Seymour to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 26, 1952 

Local 232 

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Local 232 American Hardware Contracts, April 21, 1944 21
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Local 232 Officers Lists, March 23, 1943-May 3, 1948 22
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Local 232 Incoming Correspondence, April 14, 1939-July 7, 1948 23
 1. Julius Emspak to Local 232 Regarding Supplies, August 14, 1939 
 2. Emspak to Ladislaus Michalowski Regarding Mailing List, October 16, 1940 
 3. Emspak to Michalowski Regarding Finances, December 26, 1940 
 4. Emspak to Robert Barrows Regarding UE News, June 17, 1941 
 5. Emspak to Michalowski Regarding Mailing List and Finances, July 13, 1942 
 6-9. Emspak to Michalowski Regarding Finances, December 31, 1942-April 5, 1943 
 10. Emspak to Clement Woja Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 25, 1945 
 11. Emspak to Woja Regarding Political Action Committee, January 14, 1948 
 12. Emspak to Arthur Hayes Regarding American Hardware, June 29, 1948 
 13. Nathan Geller to Mary DeRainge Regarding Finances, June 8, 1944 
 14. James Matles to Issac Abraham Regarding Publicity, April 8, 1943 
 15. Matles to Henry Kosinki Regarding Organization, June 25, 1941 
 16. Matles to Michalowski Regarding Dues and Finances, November 28, 1942 
 17. David Ratner to Cloria Vierira Regarding Finances, October 27, 1947 
 18. David Scribner to Kosinki Regarding Arbitration, December 13, 1945 
 19. Albert Smith to Kosinki Regarding Finances, July 7, 1948 
 20. A.N. Towsen to Robert Barrows Regarding Wages, April 9, 1944 
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Local 232 Outgoing Correspondence, October 26, 1940-September 29, 1948 24
 1-2. Issac Abraham to James Matles Regarding American Hardware Organization, March 31-April 10, 1943 
 3. Robert Barrows to Julius Emspak Regarding UE News, North American Strike and Factionalism, June 8, 1941 
 4. Barrows to Emspak Regarding Mailing List and Wages, April 1, 1944 
 5. Barrows to Emspak Regarding War Labor Board, American Federation of Labor and District 2 Wage Conference, May 17, 1944 
 6. Barrows to Emspak Regarding Rally, Reconversion and United Auto Workers, September 10, 1945 
 7. Mary DeRainge to Nat Geller Regarding Finances, May 31, 1944 
 8. Arthur Hayes to Emspak Regarding Political Action and Factionalism, October 26, 1940 
 9. Henry Kosinki to Matles Regarding Local 232 Officers, June 21, 1941 
 10. Kosinki to Matles Regarding New Britain Organization, July 5, 1941 
 11. Kosinki to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 11, 1945 
 12. Kosinki to David Scribner Regarding Arbitration, December 8, 1945 
 13. Kosinki to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 18, 1946 
 14. Kosinki to Emspak Regarding Finances, January 19, 1948 
 15. Kosinki to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, Feburary 9, 1948 
 16. Kosinki to Emspak Regarding Local 232 Strikes, American Hardware, and Inter-union Rivalry with International Association of Machinists and United Auto Workers, July 15, 1948 
 17. Kosinki to Emspak Regarding American Hardware, September 29, 1948 
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Local 232 Outgoing Correspondence, August 16, 1939-October 15, 1947 25
 1. Ladislaus Michaloswki to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies and Organization, August 22, 1939 
 2. Michaloswki to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, September 16, 1940 
 3. Michaloswki to James Matles Regarding Local 232 Officers, May 23, 1941 
 4. Michaloswki to Emspak Regarding Finances, Mailing List and 1942 UE Convention, July 9, 1942 
 5. Michaloswki to Matles Regarding New Britain Organization, November 14, 1942 
 6. Michaloswki to Matles Regarding Local 232 American Hardware Collective Bargaining, Membership Maintenance, Dues and Finances, November 19, 1942 
 7. Michaloswki to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 232 Constitutions, January 13, 1943 
 8. Michaloswki to Emspak Regarding American Hardware, January 13, 1943 
 9. Michaloswki to Emspak Regarding New Britain Machine, April 7, 1943 
 10. Gloria Vierira to Emspak Regarding Finances, October 15, 1947 
 11. Clement Woja to UE Regarding Local 232 Officers, March 25, 1944 
 12. Woja to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 232 Constitution, March 25, 1944 
 13. Woja to General Executive Board Regarding Veterans and Finances, January 24, 1945 
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Local 232 Salary and Expense Letters, Ladislaus Michalowski, October 28-November 18, 1941 26
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Local 232 Financial Ledger, 1946-1948 27
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Local 232 Polish Language and Organization, March 8-13, 1941 28
 1. Arthur Hayes to Julius Emspak, March 8, 1941 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Hayes, March 10, 1941 
 3. Emspak to Charles Rivers, March 13, 1941 
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Local 232 New Britain Machine, July 31-December 29, 1942 29
 1. Janet Hovedskov Telegram to Julius Emspak, July 31, 1942 
 2. UE Telegram to Hovedskov, July 31, 1942 
 3. Hovedskov Telegram to UE, July 31, 1942 
 4. Hovedskov to James Matles with "Effects of Presidents Executive Order on Calculation of Hour Paid for Overtime," October 28, 1942 
 5. Matles to Hovedskov, November 5, 1942 
 6. Charles Rivers to Matles, December 10, 1942 
 7. Matles to Rivers, December 18, 1942 
 8. Rivers to Matles, December 29, 1942 
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Local 232 New Britain American Hardware, June 24, 1937-February 17, 1938 30
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Local 232 American Hardware Organization, April 1943 31
 1. James Matles to Nicholas Tomassetti, April 6, 1943 
 2. Tomassetti to Matles, April 1943 
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Local 232 American Hardware Arbitration Case, Analysis and Decision, May 23, 1945 32
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Local 232 American Hardware Arbitration Case, July 27-August 23, 1945 33
 1-2. Henry Kosinki to H.C. Jackson, July 27-30, 1945 
 3. Jackson to Kosinki, July 31, 1945 
 4. Writ, August 13, 1945 
 5. Kosinki to David Scribner, August 17, 1945 
 6. Scribner to Kosinki, August 23, 1945 
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Local 232 American Hardware Strike, June 2-July 12, 1948 34
 1. Report of Strike, June 2, 1948 
 2. American Hardware to Our Employees with June 12, 1948, Arthur Hayes Letter to Emspak, June 10, 1948 
 3. Termination of Strike, June 25, 1948 
 4. Julius Emspak to Gloria Vierira, July 12, 1948 
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Local 232 Disbanding, May 2-9, 1949 35
 1. Nicholas Tomassetti to Julius Emspak, May 2, 1949 
 2. Emspak to Tomassetti, May 9, 1949 
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Local 232 Correspondence and Notice, August 14, 1943-June 11, 1948 36
 1. Janet Hovedskov to Russ Nixon Regarding Tool Industry, Unemployment, Productivity and War Labor Board, August 14, 1943 
 2. Andrew Smith Notice to P.F. Corbin Division Regarding Strike, June 11, 1948 

Local 233 

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Local 233 Officers Lists, January 8-Februray 12, 1944 37
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Local 233 Incoming Correspondence, October 10, 1939-January 22, 1948 38
 1. Julius Emspak to Nadia Kramski Regarding Supplies, October 19, 1939 
 2. Emspak to Kramski, February 23, 1942 
 3. Emspak to Beatrice Moylan Regarding Finances, January 4, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Moylan Regarding Address Change, January 6, 1943 
 5. Emspak to Hazel Blum Regarding Peck, Stow & Wilcox, May 26, 1945 
 6. Emspak to Julius Urban Regarding Finances, March 26, 1945 
 7. Emspak to Urban Regarding Veterans and Finances, October 29, 1945 
 8. Emspak to Urban Regarding Finances, January 22, 1948 
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Local 233 Outgoing Correspondence, September 1939-January 22, 1948 39
 1. Nadia Krimski to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 1939 
 2. Krimski to UE Regarding Conscription and Finances, February 1942 
 3. Beatrice Moylan to Emspak Regarding Local 223 Officers, January 24, 1943 
 4. Julius Urban to UE Regarding Finances, August 1944 
 5. Urban to UE, January 22, 1948 
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Local 233 Terryville Correspondence, August 17, 1950-July 16, 1965 40
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Local 233 Southington Peck, Stowe & Wilcox, July 13, 1937-January 3, 1938 41
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Local 233 Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Charles Rivers Regarding Mailing List, September 14, 1941 42

Local 234 

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Local 234 Incoming Correspondence, March 30, 1945-November 24, 1953 43
 1. Julius Emspak to Frank Mullally Regarding Dues, March 30, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Frank Courtney Regarding Dues Check-off, February 17, 1950 
 3. Emspak to F.H. Scott Regarding Local 208 and 234 Strikes, November 17, 1950 
 4. Emspak to F.C. Quellette Regarding Local 234 Fairbanks Morse Strike, November 24, 1953 
 5-7. Russ Nixon to Sylvia Wachs Regarding Political Action Committee, August 29-September 30, 1947 
 8. Nixon to Wachs, October 2, 1947 
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Local 234 Outgoing Correspondence, March 13, 1945-December 31, 1952 44
 1. Frank Courtney to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 234 Fairbanks Morse Contract and Dues Check-off, October 20, 1949 
 2. Courtney to Emspak Regarding Dues Check-off, February 14, 1950 
 3. W.F. McNair to Russ Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee and Locals 208, 218 and 234, October 6, 1947 
 4. Frank Mullally to Emspak Regarding Dues and St. Johnsbury Organization, March 13, 1945 
 5. Kenneth Smith to UE Regarding International Harvester Strike, December 31, 1952 
 6. Sylvia Wachs to Nixon Regarding Political Action Committee and Inflation, September 28, 1947 
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Local 234 St. Johnsbury Correspondence, January 13, 1956-November 10, 1966 45
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Local 234 Correspondence, June 30, 1971-May 29, 1979 46
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Local 234 Dues Check-off, January 25-February 16, 1950 47
 1. William McNair to Albert Smith, January 25, 1950 
 2-3. Smith to Julius Emspak, January 30-February 16, 1950 
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Local 234 Fairbanks Morse Strike, October 20-22, 1952 48
 1. Report of Strike, October 20, 1952 
 2. Termination of Strike, October 22, 1952 
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Local 234 Legislative Committee and Political Action, May 25, 1971 49
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Local 234 Bridgeport Harvey Hubbell, May 22, 1937-January 19, 1938 50
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Local 234 St. Johnsbury Fairbanks Morse and Company, August 18, 1979-November 19, 1984 51
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Local 234 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, October 30-December 28, 1981 52
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Local 234 Correspondence, January 23, 1985-October 15, 1986 53

Local 235 

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Local 235 Incoming Correspondence, June 26, 1939-November 28, 1945 54
 1. Julius Emspak to Local 235 Regarding Supplies, June 26, 1939 
 2-6. Emspak to Erick Marschner Regarding Mailing List, October 6, 1940-October 4, 1941 
 7. Emspak to Earle Chanbers Regarding Per Capita, May 18, 1943 
 8. Emspak to Eric Loef Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 28, 1945 
 9. Nat Geller to Ladislaus Michaloswki, February 19, 1943 
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Local 235 Outgoing Correspondence, November 20, 1940-April 24, 1945 55
 1. Eric Marschner to UE Regarding Local 235 Union Manufacturing Strike, November 20, 1940 
 2. Marschner to UE Regarding Local 235 Officers and Finances, March 18, 1941 
 3. Marschner to UE Regarding Mailing List, September 1943 
 4. Ladislaus Michalowski to James Matles Regarding War Production Board and Productivity with Michalowski Telegram to Gail Smith, December 29, 1942 
 5. Michalowski to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Organization, December 31, 1942 
 6. Michalowski to Nat Geller Regarding Dues, February 18, 1943 
 7. Michalowski to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 235 Officers, March 23, 1943 
 8. A. Wolitsky to Emspak Regarding Local 235 Officers, November 30, 1943 
 9. Wolitsky to Emspak Regarding Finances, April 24, 1945 
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Local 235 New Britain Correspondence, November 5, 1948-September 2, 1960 56
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Local 235 Salary and Expense Letters, Eric Marschner, December 26, 1940-October 6, 1941 57
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Local 235 Organization, July 1-7, 1941 58
 1. Nicholas Tomassetti to James Matles, July 1, 1941 
 2. Matles to Tomessetti, July 7, 1941 
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Local 235 Union Manufacturing Strike, August 8-14, 1941 59
 1. Nicholas Tomassetti to James Matles, August 8, 1941 
 2. Matles to Tomassetti, August 12, 1941 
 3. Tomassetti to Matles, August 14, 1941 
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Local 235 New Britain Union Manufacturing, May 31, 1937-January 15, 1938 60
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Local 235 Organization, February 20-May 2, 1942 61
 1-2. Nicholas Tomassetti to James Matles, Februray 20-March 9, 1942 
 3. Matles to Tomassetti, March 14, 1942 
 4-5. Tomassetti to Matles, March 14-April 2, 1942 
 6. Matles to Tomassetti, April 9, 1942 
 7. Tomassetti to Matles, April 15, 1942 
 8. Matles to Tomassetti, May 2, 1942 
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Local 235 Finances, UE News Balance, August 19, 1940 62

Local 236 

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Local 236 Officers List, March 10, 1953 63
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Local 236 Incoming Correspondence, December 18, 1945-October 16, 1951 64
 1. Julius Emspak to Harold Armfield Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 18, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Russell Schupp Regarding Finances, April 24, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Local Unions Regarding Publicity, November 15, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Schupp Regarding Dues, January 30, 1947 
 5. Emspak to Schupp Regarding Political Action Committee, December 17, 1947 
 6-8. Emspak to Robert Butterworth Regarding Local 236 Standard Nut and Bolt Strike, September 27-October 16, 1951 
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Local 236 Outgoing Correspondence, April 15, 1946-June 25, 1953 65
 1. Harold Armfield to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 11, 1946 
 2. Robert Butterworth to Emspak Regarding Local 236 Standard Nut and Bolt Strike and Organization, July 30, 1951 
 3-7. Butterworth to Emspak Regarding Local 236 Standard Nut and Bolt Strike, September 7-October 11, 1951 
 8. Butterworth to Emspak Regarding Local 236 Market Electric Products and Standard Nut and Bolt Strikes, October 23, 1951 
 9. Butterworth to Emspak Regarding Strikes, October 10, 1952 
 10. Butterworth to Emspak Regarding Ironrite with June 24, 1953, Emspak Letter to All UE Locals on Back, June 25, 1953 
 11. Russell Schupp to UE Regarding Finances, April 15, 1946 
 12. Schupp to UE Regarding Dues, January 24, 1947 
 13. Schupp to UE Regarding Political Action Committee and Finances, December 22, 1947 
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Local 236 Pautchet Correspondence, May 4, 1951-January 19, 1968 66
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Local 236 Finances, 1946-1953 67
 1. Ledger, 1946-1950 
 2. Financial Statement, 1953 
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Local 236 Organization, February 20, 1945 68
 1. Julius Emspak to Antonio DiPinto, February 20, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour, February 20, 1945 
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Local 236 Bridgeport Stanley Works and American Tube and Stamping, May-November 1937 69
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Local 236 Strike, August 10-October 14, 1951 70
 1. W.F. Murdock Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald, August 10, 1951 
 2. Report of Strike, August 11, 1951 
 3. Ray Memo 
 4. Termination of Strike, October 14, 1951 
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Local 236 Correspondence and Notification of Pending Disagreement, April 26, 1946-January 7, 1948 71
 1. Antonio DiPinto to Russell Schupp Regarding Finances and Staff Members, April 26, 1946 
 2. Notification of Pending Disagreement, July 9, 1946 
 3. Schupp to UE Regarding Literature, November 21, 1946 
 4. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour Regarding Dues with January 24, 1947, Schupp Letter to UE, January 30, 1947 
 5. Janet Barish to William Murdock Regarding Political Action Committee, January 7, 1948 

Local 237 

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Local 237 Officers Lists, March 31, 1944-March 7, 1946 72
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Local 237 Incoming Correspondence, October 10,1940-July 31, 1951 73
 1. William Cahn to Frank Giarelli, December 3, 1946 
 2-3. Julius Emspak to Peggy Beres Regarding Mailing List, October 10-December 10, 1940 
 4-5. Emspak to Beres Regarding Finances, February 17-March 14, 1941 
 6-8. Emspak to Beres Regarding Mailing List, March 28-April 17, 1941 
 9. Emspak to Edna Gourley Regarding Seniority, January 11, 1943 
 10. Emspak to Gourley Regarding Finances, February 23, 1943 
 11. Emspak to Renee Giotee Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 1, 1945 
 12-13. Emspak to Mark Sloves Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 6-November 10, 1945 
 14. Emspak to Giarelli Regarding Finances, September 9, 1946 
 15-16. Emspak to Enez Montani Regarding Political Action Committee, October 15-November 6, 1947 
 17. Emspak to Giarelli Regarding Political Action Committee, March 17, 1948 
 18. Emspak to Montani Regarding Finances, March 30, 1948 
 19. Emspak to Giarelli Regarding Political Action Committee and Taft-Hartley, April 6, 1948 
 20. Emspak to Gloria Del Medico Regarding Finances, July 16, 1948 
 21. Emspak to Ralph Tripp Regarding UE News and Bridgeport, May 27, 1949 
 22. Emspak to Evelyn Williams Regarding Finances, November 1, 1950 
 23. Emspak to Frederick Witham Regarding Finances, May 4, 1951 
 24. Emspak to Lloyd Willard, July 31, 1951 
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Local 237 Incoming Correspondence, June 1, 1944-July 7, 1954 74
 1. Julius Emspak to Lloyd Willard Regarding Local 237 Columbia Strike, January 16, 1952 
 2. Emspak to Michael Tyrawsky Regarding Finances, February 18, 1952 
 3. Emspak to Willard Regarding Finances, May 2, 1952 
 4. Emspak to Frederick Witham Regarding National Strike Fund, November 18, 1952 
 5-6. Emspak to Willard Regarding Finances, July 20, 1953 
 7. Emspak's Secretary to Eugene Lee, May 17, 1954 
 8. Emspak to Mary Orinick Regarding Finances, July 7, 1954 
 9. Frederick Livingston to Edna Gourley Regarding Insurance and United Office and Professional Workers of America, June 1, 1944 
 10. James Matles to Lee Regarding Finances, July 4, 1954 
 11. Nat Spero to Willard Regarding Local 237 Columbia Recording Strikes, June 20, 1951 
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Local 237 Outgoing Correspondence, March 26, 1941-April 18, 1952 75
 1. Peggy Beres to UE Regarding Mailing List and Finances, March 26, 1941 
 2. Beres to UE Regarding Finances, June 17, 1941 
 3. Edward Ciarleglio to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 237 Collective Bargaining, January 22, 1942 
 4. Edna Gourley to Emspak Regarding Seniority, January 6, 1943 
 5. Gourley to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 237 Constitution, January 12, 1943 
 6. Gourley to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 19, 1943 
 7. Frank Giarelli to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 25, 1945 
 8. Giarelli to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, February 20, 1948 
 9. Giarelli to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Dues, November 14, 1949 
 10. Gertrude Jackson to UE Regarding Address Change, May 10, 1944 
 11. Eugene Lee to Emspak Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, May 11, 1954 
 12. Enez Montani to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, October 8, 1947 
 13. Lloyd Willard to UE News Regarding Mailing List, December 4, 1946 
 14. Willard to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 237 Columbia Recording Strike, May 31, 1951 
 15. Willard to UE Regarding Local 237 Columbia Recording Strike, July 1951 
 16. Willard to Harry Kapla Regarding Factionalism, July 30, 1951 
 17. Willard to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 237 Columbia Recording Strike, Grievances, Speed-up, Wages and Pension, December 26, 1951 
 18-19. Willard to David Ratner Regarding Finances, January 26-April 18, 1952 
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Local 237 Outgoing Correspondence, April 28, 1951-October 9, 1952 76
 1. Frederick Witham to Julius Emspak Regarding FInances, April 28, 1951 
 2. Witham to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 9, 1952 
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Local 237 Bridgeport Correspondence, May 31, 1954-February 26, 1964 77
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Local 237 Salary and Expense Letters, December 26, 1940-December 19, 1941 78
 1-5. Peggy Beres, December 26,1940-May 29, 1941 
 6. Mary Marfiak, June 2, 1941 
 7-9. Beres, July 28-August 19, 1941 
 10-12. Gertrude Jackson, September 19-December 19, 1941 
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Local 237 Bridgeport Congress of Industrial Organizations Banquet, January 22-February 4, 1941 79
 1. Myron Rhamy to James Carey with Tickets, January 22, 1941 
 2. Carey to Rhamy, February 4, 1941 
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Local 237 Factionalism, July 29-August 23, 1948 80
 1. Frank Savino to Julius Emspak, July 29, 1948 
 2. Emspak to Albert Smith, August 13, 1948 
 3. Smith to Emspak, August 18, 1948 
 4. Emspak to J. Casper, August 23, 1948 
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Local 237 Finances, January 11-April 25, 1952 81
 1. Albert Smith to James Matles, January 11, 1952 
 2. Julius Emspak to Nicholas Tomasetti, February 4, 1952 
 3. Smith to Matles Excerpt, April 21, 1952 
 4. Matles' Secretary to Smith, April 25, 1952 
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Local 237 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, December 15, 1958-July 18, 1967 82
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Local 237 Correspondence and Don Tormey Report Excerpt, July 14, 1941-November 4, 1954 83
 1. WIlliam Cahn to UE News Regarding Factionalism and Foreign Policy, July 14, 1941 
 2. James Matles to Donald Tormey Regarding Finances, May 17, 1954 
 3. Tormey Report Excerpt, May 27, 1954 
 4. Memo Regarding Stewards Classes, November 4, 1954 
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Local 237 Bridgeport American Record Company, June 9, 1937-February 17, 1938 84
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Local 237 Bridgeport Columbia Records, July 26, 1967-October 22, 1984 85
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Local 237 Legislative Committee and Political Action, April 26, 1971-April 10, 1972 86
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Local 237 Leaflet, Statement of UE Local 237 Executive Board Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, 1952 87
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Local 237 Newspaper Clipping, "CIO Wins Election at Auto Ordnance Plant" 88

Local 238 

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Local 238 Finance and Correspondence, June 22, 1978-February 27, 1979 89
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Local 238 Hartford Terry Steam Turbine, May 28, 1937-July 6, 1938 90
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Local 238 East Bridgewater Murry-Carver Company Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, and 710 Forms, June 28, 1978-December 1, 1986 91

Local 238 (Springfield) 

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Local 238 (Springfield) Officers Lists, November 20, 1946-March 15, 1947 92
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Local 238 (Springfield) Incoming Correspondence, September 23, 1946-July 7, 1947 93
 1. Julius Emspak to James Kupec Regarding Veterans and Finances, September 23, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Kupec Regarding Finances, July 7, 1947 
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Local 238 (Springfield) Outgoing Correspondence, James Kupec to Julius Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, September 6, 1946 94
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Local 238 (Springfield) Per Capita Report, October 26, 1947 95
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Local 238 (Springfield) Organization, March 7-June 14, 1945 96
 1. David Bennett to Julius Emspak, March 7, 1945 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Bennett, March 20, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Bennett, March 21, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Paul Seymour, March 21, 1945 
 5. Herbert Salter to Emspak, June 13, 1945 
 6. Emspak's Secretary to Salter, June 14, 1945 
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Local 238 (Springfield) Disbanding, June 4-9, 1947 97
 1. Jack Davis to Julius Emspak, June 4, 1947 
 2. Emspak to Davis, June 9, 1947 
 3. Emspak's Secretary to Paul Seymour, June 9, 1947 
 4. Emspak to Davis, June 9, 1947 

Local 238 (Boston) 

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Local 238 (Boston) Officers Lists, November 19, 1949-February 21, 1950 98
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Local 238 (Boston) Incoming Correspondence, December 15, 1949-March 3, 1950 99
 1. Albert Fitzgerald to Earl Barbour Regarding Membership Meeting, December 15, 1949 
 2. Fitzgerald to WIlliam Wilder Regarding Membership Meeting, March 3, 1950 
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Local 238 (Boston) Outgoing Correspondence, December 14, 1949-February 27, 1950 100
 1. Earl Barbour to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting and Inter-union Rivalry, December 14, 1949 
 2. William Wilder to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, February 27, 1950 
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Local 238 (Boston) Separate Charter, July-December 1949 101
 1. Pat Walsh to Albert Fitzgerald with Petition, July 1949 
 2. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, November 14, 1949 
 3-4. Emspak to Don Tormey, November 30-December 8, 1949 
 5. Emspak to Earl Barbour, December 8, 1949 

Local 239 

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Local 239 Officers Lists, January 13, 1947-February 16, 1949 102
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Local 239 Incoming Correspondence, January 13, 1941-December 19, 1946 103
 1. Janet Barish to Edward Wysockie Regarding Finances, November 14, 1946 
 2. Julius Emspak to John Alberto Regarding Allis Chalmers Conference and Finances, January 13, 1941 
 3. Emspak's Secretary to Roger Fosdick, April 28, 1941 
 4-5. Emspak's Secretary to Carl Carlson Regarding Allis Chalmers Conference and Finances, November 17-December 1, 1941 
 6. Emspak's Secretary to Joseph Smith Regarding Finances, July 28, 1942 
 7-8. Emspak to Smith Regarding FInances, November 3-September 29, 1943 
 9. Emspak to Wysockie Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 7, 1945 
 10. Emspak to Smith Regarding Finances, January 31, 1946 
 11. Emspak to Helen Slowbogan Regarding Local 239 Allis Chalmers Strike, May 24, 1946 
 12. Emspak to Wyscokie Regarding Finances, August 1, 1946 
 13-25. Emspak to Slowbogan Regarding Local 239 Allis Chalmers Strike, August 26-December 19, 1946 
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Local 239 Incoming Correspondence, May 9, 1941-December 31, 1953 104
 1. Julius Emspak to Edward Ventola Regarding National Strike Fund, December 16, 1952 
 2. James Matles to Carl Carlson, May 9, 1941 
 3. Matles to Carlson Regarding Local 613 National Defense Mediation Board with May 9, 1941, Local 613 Allis Chalmers Agreement, May 14, 1941 
 4. Matles' Secretary to Carlson, November 18, 1941 
 5. Matles to Carlson Regarding Wages and Allis Chalmers Conference, November 25, 1941 
 6. Matles to Charles Wojchowski Regarding Local 239 Annual Banquet, December 31, 1953 
 7. Russ Nixon to Helen Slowbagen Regarding Political Action Committee, October 2, 1947 
 8. Nixon to Edward Wysocki Regarding Political Action Committee, November 12, 1947 
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Local 239 Outgoing Correspondence, January 3, 1941-December 21, 1955 105
 1. John Alberto to Julius Emspak Regarding Allis Chalmers Conference and Finances, January 3, 1941 
 2. Carl Carlson to Emspak Regarding Local 239 Allis Chalmers Collective Bargaining, May 6, 1941 
 3. Carlson to Emspak Regarding Allis Chalmers Conference, Finances and Congress of Industrial Organizations, November 14, 1941 
 4. Carlson to James Matles Regarding Wages, November 17, 1941 
 5. Herbert Charette to Emspak Regarding Finances, February 19, 1943 
 6. Roger Fosdick to Emspak Regarding Local 239 Allis Chalmers Collective Bargaining with April 14, 1941, R. Bechtner Letter to Carlson, April 19, 1941 
 7. Joseph Smith to Emspak Regarding Local 239 Allis Chalmers Collective Bargaining and Finances, July 26, 1942 
 8. Smith to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 11, 1942 
 9. Smith to Matles Regarding Local 239 Allis Chalmers Strike, December 19, 1946 
 10. Edward Ventola to UE Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 3, 1952 
 11. Ventola to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, November 22, 1952 
 12. Ventola to Emspak Regarding Address Change, May 27, 1954 
 13. Charles Wojchowski to Matles Regarding Local 239 Annual Banquet, December 21, 1955 
 14. Edward Wysocki to UE Regarding Finances, February 17, 1946 
 15. Wysocki to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, November 3, 1947 
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Local 239 Washington Allis-Chalmers Conference, February 14-18, 1941 106
 1. John Alberto to James Matles, February 14, 1941 
 2. Matles to Local 239, February 18, 1941 
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Local 239 Strike, May 21-26, 1941 107
 1. Carl Carlson Telegram to James Matles, May 21, 1941 
 2. Matles' Secretary to Carlson, May 26, 1941 
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Local 239 War Labor Board Case, June 24-December 28, 1942 108
 1. Local 239 Telegram to James Matles, June 24, 1942 
 2. Neil Brant to Matles, December 28, 1942 
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Local 239 Financial Problems, January 23-April 29, 1943 109
 1. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak, January 23, 1943 
 2-3. Emspak to Linsley, February 25-April 29, 1943 
 4. Unsigned Memo to Emspak 
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Local 239 Per Capita Payments, January 21-February 11, 1946 110
 1. Joseph Smith to Julius Emspak, January 21, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Jack Simon, February 1, 1946 
 3. Simon to Emspak, February 11, 1946 
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Local 239 Strike, May 1-December 4, 1946 111
 1. Donald Tormey to James Matles, May 1, 1946 
 2-3. Jim Marino to Emspak, July 16-October 5, 1946 
 4. Issues in Dispute at Boston Allis-Chalmers, October 21, 1946 
 5. Matles Telegram to Joseph Smith, December 4, 1946 
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Local 239 LaPorte Allis-Chalmers Conference, April 1-8, 1953 112
 1. James Matles to Joseph Geraneo, April 1, 1953 
 2. William Murdock Telegram to Matles, April 2, 1953 
 3. Matles to Geraneo, April 8, 1953 
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Local 239 Boston Automatic Radio, May 26, 1937-February 23, 1938 113
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Local 239 Correspondence, December 1940-July 1954 114
 1. James Matles to Jack Schubert Regarding United Auto Workers and Local 239 Officers, December 27, 1940 
 2. Roger Fosdick to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 239 Officers, March 26, 1941 
 3. Carl Carlson Telegram to Matles Regarding Allis Chalmers Conference and Finances, December 2, 1941 
 4. Carlson Telegram to Matles Regarding Allis Chalmers Collective Bargaining, 1946 
 5. Joseph Smith Telegram to Matles Regarding Allis Chalmers Conference, January 18, 1949 
 6. Smith Telegram to Local 765 Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, March 22, 1950 
 7. Local 239 Annual Banquet with Two Tickets, January 23, 1954 
 8. Charles Wojchowski to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Joseph McCarthy Hearings, July 1954 

Local 240 

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Local 240 Officers Lists, May 1947-February 1950 115
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Local 240 Incoming Correspondence, January 30, 1943-May 27, 1949 116
 1. Julius Emspak to Gordon Juliano Regarding Veterans and Finances, December 3, 1945 
 2-3. Emspak to Olga Bruchausky Regarding Dues, January 30, 1943-January 17, 1947 
 4. Emspak to Dorothy Winand Regarding Address Change, May 22, 1947 
 5. Emspak to Etta Porgamon Regarding Bridgeport UE News, May 27, 1949 
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Local 240 Outgoing Correspondence, November 1946-June 1948 117
 1. Irving Balbirer to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Dues and Organization, February 17, 1947 
 2. Peter Stritch to Alexander Wiley Regarding Political Action and Mundt Bill, June 1948 
 3. Dorothy Winard to UE Regarding Dues, November 7, 1946 
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Local 240 Organization, March 28-April 16, 1945 118
 1. Hugh Harley to Joseph Dermody, March 28, 1945 
 2. Julius Emspak to Harley, March 29, 1945 
 3. Thomas Fitzpatrick to Dermody, April 9, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Fitzpatrick, April 10, 1945 
 5. Fitzpatrick to Emspak, April 11, 1945 
 6. Emspak's Secretary to Fitzpatrick, April 12, 1945 
 7. Emspak to Harley, April 16, 1945 
 8. Emspak to Paul Seymour, April 16, 1945 
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Local 240 Dues, November 11, 1946-February 19,1947 119
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Caiazza, November 11, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour with February 17, 1947, Irving Balbirer Letter to Albert Fitzgerald, February 19, 1947 

Local 241 

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Local 241 Officers Lists, July 1946 120
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Local 241 Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Edmund Izzo, July 18, 1945 121
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Local 241 Outgoing Correspondence, Edmund Izzo to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 241 Hytron Collective Bargaining, July 12, 1945 122
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Local 241 Finances, 1945-1947 123
 1. Charter Supplies, April 15, 1945 
 2. Ledger, 1946-1947 
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Local 241 Organization, April 15-16, 1945 124
 1. Julius Emspak to Donald Bollen, April 15, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour, April 16, 1945 
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Local 241 Hartford M.H. Rhodes Incorporation, June 12-November 22, 1937 125
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Local 241 Strike, September 20-October 21, 1946 126
 1. Donald Tormey to James Matles, September 20, 1946 
 2. Julius Emspak to Tormey, September 26, 1946 
 3. Tormey to James Matles, September 30, 1946 
 4-5. Nat Shelman to Emspak, October 1-13, 1946 
 6. David Ratner to Shelman, October 21, 1946 
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Local 241 Disbanding, March 4-April 2, 1947 127
 1. Paul Seymour to Julius Emspak, March 4, 1947 
 2. Nat Shelman to Emspak, April 2, 1947 
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Local 241 Correspondence, Nat Shelman to Julius Emspak Regarding Dues, Supplies and Local 241 Officers, July 31, 1946 128

Local 242 

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Local 242 Officers Lists, August 25, 1943-April 30, 1947 129
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Local 242 Incoming Correspondence, June 26, 1939-November 12, 1945 130
 1. Julius Emspak to Local 242 Regarding Supplies, June 26, 1939 
 2. Emspak to J. Alfred Evans Regarding Supplies, August 28, 1939 
 3. Emspak to Evans Regarding Mailing List, October 14, 1940 
 4. Emspak to Joseph Minder Regarding Dues and Women, February 26, 1941 
 5. Emspak to Walter Fuchs Regarding Local 242 Officers, July 16, 1941 
 6. Emspak to Fuchs Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry, August 26, 1941 
 7. Emspak to Fuchs Regarding Time-study, Labor Law and Grievances, September 17, 1941 
 8. Emspak to Fuchs Regarding Unemployment, October 1, 1941 
 9. Emspak to Walter Zyuski Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 12, 1945 
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Local 242 Outgoing Correspondence, August 16, 1939-November 6, 1945 131
 1. Edith Balcomino to UE Regarding Local 242 Officers, October 13, 1942 
 2. J. Alfred Evans to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 16, 1939 
 3. Walter Fuchs to UE Regarding Local 242 Officers, July 11, 1941 
 4. Fuchs to Emspak Regarding Local 242 Blake Manufacturing Contracts and Local 242 Officers, July 18, 1941 
 5. Fuchs to Emspak Regarding Wages and Ever-ready Flashlight, August 1, 1941 
 6. Fuchs to James Matles Regarding American Federation of Labor, August 21, 1941 
 7. Fuchs to Emspak Regarding Time-study, Grievances and Labor Law, August 19, 1941 
 8. Fuchs to Emspak Regarding Finances and Unemployment, September 25, 1941 
 9. Fuchs to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Political Action, October 8, 1941 
 10. Walter Juszywski to UE Regarding Finances, July 6, 1945 
 11. Juszywski to UE Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 6, 1945 
 12. Joseph Minder to Emspak Regarding Women, Hours and Dues, Februray 18, 1941 
 13. Minder to Matles Regarding Local 242 Clinton Manufacturing Collective Bargaining, March 24, 1941 
 14. Maurice Sachse to Emspak Regarding Unemployment and Military Conversion, May 4, 1942 
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Local 242 Salary and Expense Letters, December 26, 1940-December 5, 1941 132
 1-2. A. Evans, December 26, 1940-September 9, 1941 
 2. Maurice Sachse, December 5, 1941 
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Local 242 Financial Ledger, 1946-1948 133
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Local 242 Retirement Plan, April 1-18, 1941 134
 1. Blake Manufacturing Cooperative Retirement Income Plan with April 8, 1941, Joseph Minder Letter to Julius Emspak, April 1, 1941 
 2. Emspak to Minder, April 18, 1941 
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Local 242 Contracts, 1941-1942 135
 1. Walter Fuchs to Julius Emspak, January 31, 1942 
 2. Emspak to Fuchs, February 18, 1942 
 3. Emspak to Richard Linsley, February 18, 1942 
 4. Contract, 1941-1942 
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Local 242 Springfield Blake Manufacturing, July 2, 1937-February 5, 1938 136
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Local 242 Memo Regarding Local 242 Secession, 1948 137
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Local 242 Leaflets, September-October 1941 138
 1. "Committee to Keep Clinton at Work," September 17, 1941 
 2. "Keep Clinton at Work Defending Democracy," October 1941 

Local 243 

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Local 243 Officers Lists, April, 1942-November 1946 111
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Local 243 Incoming Correspondence, June 27, 1942-November 9, 1953 2
 1. Julius Emspak to Vincent Romeo Regarding Local 243 Picnic, June 27, 1942 
 2. Emspak to Lillian Weissman Regarding Staff Finances, April 30, 1943 
 3. Eleanor Holden to Weissman Regarding Address Change, May 7, 1943 
 4. Emspak to Esther Lillo Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 1, 1945 
 5. Emspak to Nicholas Fortino Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 2, 1945 
 6. Emspak to Madeline Scillia Regarding Local 243 Strike, July 13, 1948 
 7. Emspak to Fortino Regarding Finances, December 6, 1949 
 8-9. Emspak to Fortino Regarding Shop Stewards Banquet, February 19-21, 1951 
 10. Emspak to Fortino Regarding Local 243 Banquet with Ticket, October 9, 1953 
 11. Emspak to Fortino Regarding Finances, November 9, 1953 
 12. Albert Fitzgerald to Harold Peters Regarding Political Action Committee, April 25, 1944 
 13. Fitzgerald to Albert Pacileo Regarding Local 242 Sargent Strikes, April 17, 1947 
 14. Fitzgerald to Fortino Regarding Membership Meeting, May 21, 1951 
 15. James Matles to Michael Mendygral Regarding Membership Meeting, April 21, 1942 
 16. Matles to Mendygral, November 23, 1942 
 17. Matles to Fortino, November 5, 1947 
 18. Matles' Secretary to Fortino Regarding Stewards Banquet, February 20, 1951 
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Local 243 Outgoing Correspondence, December 17, 1943-October 28, 1953 3
 1. Nancy Cirillo to Janet Barish Regarding Finances, December 28, 1945 
 2. Nicholas Fortino to Julius Emspak, December 17, 1943 
 3. Fortino to Tom Wright Regarding Local 243 Officers, March 16, 1944 
 4. Fortino to General Executive Board Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 29, 1945 
 5-7. Fortino to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, May 22-December 2, 1946 
 8. Fortino to James Matles, October 19, 1947 
 9-10. Fortino to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, November 20-December 12, 1947 
 11. Fortino to Emspak Regarding Local 243 Sargent Contracts, July 15, 1948 
 12. Fortino to UE Regarding Finances, December 2, 1949 
 13. Fortino to Matles Regarding Stewards Banquet, February 16, 1951 
 14. Fortino to Emspak Regarding Stewards Banquet, February 16, 1951 
 15. Fortino to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting and Wages, May 17, 1951 
 16-19. Fortino to Emspak Regarding International Harvester Strike, October 31-December 1, 1952 
 20. Fortino to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 243 Sargent Strike, July 8, 1955 
 21. Fortino to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 28, 1953 
 22. Esther Lillo to UE Regarding Supplies, May 26, 1945 
 23. Lillo to Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 15, 1951 
 24. Lillo to Fitzgerald Regarding Publicity, March 29, 1951 
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Local 243 Outgoing Correspondence, April 14, 1942-May 2, 1947 4
 1. Michael Mendygral to James Matles Regarding Local 243 Officers, April 14, 1942 
 2. Mendygral to Matles Regarding Overtime and War Labor Board, November 17, 1942 
 3. Laura Montefusco to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 243 Officers, January 18, 1943 
 4. Albert Pacileo to Matles Regarding Racism, Civil Rights Committee and Factionalism with Pacileo Letter to Philip Murray, January 17, 1947 
 5. Pacileo to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 243 Sargent Collective Bargaining, April 14, 1947 
 6. Pacileo Telegram Regarding Local 243 Sargent Strike, May 2, 1947 
 7. Harold Peters to Fitzgerald Regarding Black Workers and Political Action, April 18, 1944 
 8. Vincent Romeo to Emspak Regarding Local 243 Picnic with Tickets, June 23, 1942 
 9. Romeo to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 243 Picnic, June 23, 1942 
 10. Lilliam Weissman to Janet Barish Regarding Staff Finances, April 27, 1943 
 11. Weissman to UE Regarding Mailing Address, May 6, 1943 
 12. Weissman to Eleanor Holden Regarding Conneticut Malleable Castings Organization, May 12, 1943 
 13. Weissman to UE Regarding Local 243 Officers, May 21, 1943 
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Local 243 New Haven Correspondence, January 11, 1957-February 25, 1966 5
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Local 243 Receipts, February 3-24, 1939 6
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Local 243 Chartering, April 3-August 19, 1941 7
 1. Charles Rivers Memo, April 3, 1941 
 2. Rivers to Julius Emspak, April 3, 1941 
 3. Rivers to Stella, July 21, 1941 
 4. J.E. Lawless to Emspak, August 19, 1941 
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Local 243 Strike Mediation, November 8-10, 1941 8
 1. James Matles Telegram to John Steelman, November 8, 1941 
 2. Steelman Telegram to Matles, November 10, 1941 
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Local 243 Amalgamation, July-October 1944 9
 1. Joseph Caiazza to Julius Emspak, July 1944 
 2. Emspak's Secretary to Caiazza, July 18, 1944 
 3. Emspak to Caiazza, October 16, 1944 
 4. Caiazza to Emspak, October 17, 1944 
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Local 243 Separate Charters, May 5-June 11, 1954 10
 1. Paul Seymour Memo to Albert Fitzgerald, May 5, 1954 
 2. Janet Barish to Donald Tormey, May 26, 1954 
 3. Tormey to Julius Emspak with Letter to Emspak, May 27, 1954 
 4. Seymour Memo to Emspak, June 1, 1954 
 5. Seymour Memo, June 2, 1954 
 6. Seymour Memo to Emspak with June 2, 1954, Local 243 Board Meeting Notes and June 2, 1954, Wiliam Zimmerman Letter to Emspak, June 22, 2954 
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Local 243 New Haven Sargent Manufacturing, June 24-December 10, 1937 11
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Local 243 New Haven Sargent Lock Company, December 7, 1981-August 15, 1983 12
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Local 243 Legislative Committee and Political Action, April 24, 1971-March 7, 1972 13
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Local 243 Strikes, Subsidies and Other Monies, April 17, 1970-September 15, 1979 14
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Local 243 Corresponcence, Proposal and Ticket, December 16, 1941-October 24, 1953 15
 1. F.A. Smith to Fellow Employees Regarding Sargent National Labor Relations Board Elections, December 16, 1941 
 2. Proposals Concerning Employment Relations to Which Sargent is Willing to Agree, February 1942 
 3. Michael Kozar to James Matles Regarding Finances with March 2, 1942, Bonding Form, February 25, 1942 
 4. Peter Boryszewski to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 11, 1942 
 5. Matles to All Locals Regarding Overtime and Executive Order 9240, September 30, 1942 
 6. Martin Hovriham to Emspak Regarding Finances and Factionalism, March 8, 1943 
 7. David Scribner Memo to Emspak Regarding Local 243 Sargent Strike, April 11, 1947 
 8. Lillian Rosenberg to Albert Smith Regarding Local 243 Mettler Brothers Strike, May 29, 1951 
 9. Emma Memo to Kay Regarding Local 243 Sargent Strike and International Association of Machinists Inter-union Rivalry, September 24, 1951 
 10. Local 243 Stewards Banquet Ticket, October 24, 1953 
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Local 243 Leaflets, December 1941-February 1951 16
 1. "Sargent and Company Gos UE-CIO," December 1941 
 2. Albert Pacileo to Members Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry and Safety Car, April 2, 1948 
 3. "It Is No Secret" Regarding United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry and Safety Car, 1948 
 4. Banquent Committee to Members Regarding Local 243 Officers Banquet, February 1951 
 5. "Union Meeting Tuesday" 
 6. "Facts You Should Know" Regarding Organization 
 7. "Vote Yes" Regarding Organization 

Local 244 

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Local 244 Officers Lists, April 5, 1948-July 25, 1950 17
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Local 244 Incoming Correspondence, October 17, 1945-January 30, 1947 18
 1. Julius Emspak to George Walsh Regarding Finances and Veterans, October 17, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Walsh Regarding Finances, January 17-30, 1947 
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Local 244 Outgoing Correspondence, July 19, 1949-June 6, 1950 19
 1. Mary Foley to UE Regarding Local 244 Officers, June 6, 1950 
 2. George Walsh to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, July 19, 1949 
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Local 244 Supply Requisition, April 1945 20
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Local 244 Organization, April 16, 1945 21
 1. Donald Tormey to Julius Emspak, April 16, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Tormey, April 16, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, April 16, 1945 
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Local 244 Windsor Locks Horton Chucks, May 7-July 1, 1937 22
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Local 244 Per Capita Payments, February 2-March 9, 1949 23
 1. Donald Tormey to Julius Emspak, February 2, 1949 
 2. Emspak to Tormey, February 17, 1949 
 3. Emspak to Tormey, March 9, 1949 
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Local 244 IUE Inter-union Rivalry, October 26, 1951-March 20, 1952 24
 1-2. William Murdock to Julius Emspak, October 26-November 5, 1951 
 3. Allan Rosenberg to David Scribner, December 21, 1952 
 4. Paul Seymour to Emspak with March 25, 1952, Per Capita Report, March 20, 1952 
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Local 244 Clifford Manufacturing, January 13-March 20, 1952 25

Local 245 (North and Judd) 

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Local 245 (North and Judd) Incoming Correspondence, August 14-October 26, 1939 26
 1. Julius Emspak to Local 245 Regarding Finances, August 14, 1939 
 2. Emspak to Joseph Caiazza Regarding Supplies, October 26, 1939 
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Local 245 (North and Judd) Outgoing Correspondence, Joseph Caiazza to Emspak Regarding Supplies, September 25, 1939 27
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Local 245 (North and Judd) Notices of Delinquecy and Suspension, March 20-May 1, 1941 28
 1. Notice of Delinquency, March 20, 1941 
 2. Notice of Suspension, May 1, 1941 
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Local 245 (North and Judd) New Britain, July 22, 1937-August 30, 1938 29
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Local 245 (North and Judd) Financial Problems, April 15-June 10, 1941 30
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Caiazz, April 15, 1941 
 2. Caiazza to Emspak, May 10, 1941 
 3. Emspak to Caiazza, June 10, 1941 
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Local 245 (North and Judd) Disbanding, November 3, 1942-March 22, 1943 31
 1. Julius Emspak to Nicholas Tomassetti, November 3, 1942 
 2-3. Notes, February 8-March 22, 1943 

Local 245 (Tuttle and Bailey) 

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Local 245 (Tuttle and Bailey) Officers Lists, January 1947-April 1948 32
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Local 245 (Tuttle and Bailey) Financial Ledger, 1946-1948 33
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Local 245 (Tuttle and Bailey) Organization, April 19-May 8, 1945 34
 1-2. Nicholas Tomassetti to Julius Emspak, April 19-30, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Tomassetti, May 8, 1945 
 4. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 8, 1945 
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Local 245 (Tuttle and Bailey) Dues, December 14, 1946-January 30, 1947 35
 1. Michael Petanovich to Julius Emspak, December 14, 1946 
 2-3. Emspak to Petanovich, January 20-30, 1947 

Local 246 

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Local 246 Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to Theresa Flanagan Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 28, 1945 36
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Local 246 Outgoing Correspondence, November 14, 1945-March 8, 1946 37
 1. Theresa Flanagan to UE Regarding Veterans and Finances, November 14, 1945 
 2. Edward Phillip to UE, September 1945 
 3. Anthony Melado to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 246 Strike and Wages, March 8, 1946 
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Local 246 Finances, 1945-1946 38
 1. Charter Supplies, May 17, 1945 
 2. Stamps, May 22, 1945 
 3. Ledger, 1945-1946 
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Local 246 Organization, April 28-May 21, 1945 39
 1. Jim Marino to Julius Emspak, April 28, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Marino, May 21, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 21, 1945 

Local 247 

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Local 247 Officers Lists, March 1, 1941-June 27, 1949 40
 1-2. Lists, March 1, 1941-February 6, 1943 
 3. List with February 6, 1943, Elsie Scapin Letter to James Matles; July 9, 1943, Scapin Letter to Julius Emspak; and July 20, 1943, James Harris Letter to Emspak, July 9, 1943 
 4-10. Lists, July 20, 1943-February 3, 1949 
 11. List with Gloria Pezze Letter to Emspak, June 27, 1949 
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Local 247 Incoming Correspondence, June 26, 1939-July 6, 1945 41
 1. Julius Emspak to Local 247 Regarding Supplies, June 26, 1939 
 2. Emspak to Mary Marfiaki Regarding Finances, September 24, 1940 
 3. Emspak to Marfiaki Regarding Mailing List, November 8, 1940 
 4. Emspak to Leo Aust Regarding Finances, November 18, 1940 
 5. Emspak to Marfiaki Regarding Local 247 Contracts, March 24, 1941 
 6. Emspak to Joseph Kovack Regarding Supplies, April 6, 1942 
 7. Emspak to James Travis Regarding Local 247 Officer Elections, January 19, 1943 
 8. Emspak to Raymond Willis Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 6, 1945 
 9. James Matles' Secretary to Aust Regarding Local 247 Collective Bargaining, November 18, 1940 
 10. Matles to Aust, November 26, 1940 
 11. Matles' Secretary to Aust, January 17, 1941 
 12. Matles to Aust Regarding Local 247 Contracts, January 23, 1941 
 13. Matles to Aust Regarding Supplies, January 29, 1941 
 14. Matles to Joseph Kovach Regarding White Collar Workers and Foremen Organization, September 24, 1942 
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Local 247 Outgoing Correspondence, November 16, 1940-October 9, 1946 42
 1. Leo Aust to James Matles Regarding Finances, November 16, 1940 
 2. Aust to Matles Regarding Local 247 Union Hardware Collective Bargaining and Factionalism with Aust Letter to E.M. Jack, November 16, 1940 
 3. Aust to Matles Regarding Local 247 Union Hardware Collective Bargaining and Factionalism with November 19, 1940, Jack Letter to Local 247, November 23, 1940 
 4. Aust to Jack Regarding Local 247 Union Hardware Collective Bargaining, November 23, 1940 
 5. Aust to Matles Regarding Local 247 Union Hardware Collective Bargaining, January 16, 1941 
 6. Aust to Matles Regarding Supplies, March 15, 1941 
 7. Joseph Kovach to UE Regarding Local 247 Officers, February 12, 1942 
 8. Kovach to Matles Regarding Local 247 Union Hardware Collective Bargaining, March 23, 1942 
 9. Kovach to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 30, 1942 
 10. Kovach to Emspak Regarding Union Hardware, April 18, 1942 
 11. Kovach to Emspak Regarding 1942 UE Convention, Local 247 Union Hardware Collective Bargaining and War Labor Board, July 14, 1942 
 12. Kovach to Matles Regarding White Collar Workers and Foremen, September 18, 1942 
 13. James Travis Telegram to Matles Regarding Local 247 Officer Elections, January 15, 1943 
 14. Raymond Willis to UE Regarding Veterans and Finances, July 2, 1945 
 15. Willis to UE Regarding Political Action Committee, September 3, 1946 
 16. Willis to Political Action Committee Regarding PAC, October 9, 1946 
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Local 247 Salary and Expense Letters, December 13, 1940-December 1, 1941 43
 1-5. Mary Marfiak, December 13, 1940-July 28, 1941 
 6. Mary Julie, December 1, 1941 
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Local 247 Torrington Union Hardware Corporation, September 14, 1937-August 26, 1938 44
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Local 247 Bonding, July 8-14, 1941 45
 1. Bonding Questionnaire, July 8, 1941 
 2. Bonding Form, July 14, 1941 
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Local 247 Correspondence, January 29, 1946-November 6, 1947 46
 1. Nicholas Tomassetti to James Matles Regarding Local 247 Union Hardware with Ballot, January 29, 1946 
 2. Kathy Memo to Paula Regarding Bonding, November 6, 1947 
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Local 247 Torrington Union Hardware, November 15, 1949-November 13, 1950 47

Local 248 

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Local 248 Correspondence, February 16, 1970-October 28, 1976 48
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Local 248 Hyde Park B.F. Strutevant Company, September 10, 1937-May 20, 1938 49

Local 248 (Dorchester) 

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Local 248 (Dorchester) Incoming Correspondence, Julius Emspak to George Kowalker Regarding Organization, August 16, 1938 50
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Local 248 (Dorchester) Outgoing Correspondence, February 13-August 9, 1938 51
 1. John Boyd to UE Regarding Local 248 Officers, February 13, 1938 
 2. George Kowalker to James Carey Regarding National Labor Relations Board Elections, August 9, 1938 
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Local 248 (Dorchester) National Labor Relations Board Case, August 6-15, 1938 52
 1. NLRB Decision and Direction of Election, August 6, 1938 
 2. NLRB Motion for Rehearing Opposition, August 15, 1938 

Local 248 (Hartford) 

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Local 248 (Hartford) Finances, January 8, 1946-November 21, 1947 53
 1. Charter Supplies, January 8, 1946 
 2. Ledger, January 8, 1946-November 21, 1947 
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Local 248 (Hartford) Organization January 7, 1945-February 13, 1948 54
 1. Robert Mintz to Julius Emspak, January 4, 1946 
 2. Emspak Telegram to Mintz, January 7, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Mintz, January 17, 1946 
 4. Mintz to Emspak, January 19, 1946 
 5. Emspak to Mintz, February 5, 1946 
 6. Emspak to Paul Seymour, February 18, 1946 
 7. Emspak to Mintz, February 13, 1948 
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Local 248 (Hartford) Mailing Addresses January 30-31, 1947 55
 1. Robert Linsley to Ray Klausner, January 30, 1947 
 2. Linsley to Millie White, January 31, 1947 

Local 249 

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Local 249 Officers Lists, December, 1946-May 1949 56
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Local 249 Incoming Correspondence, December 24, 1946-April 14, 1950 57
 1. Julius Emspak to Phillip Buckley Regarding Finances, September 17, 1948 
 2. Emspak to Walter Moran Regarding Supplies and Dues, June 8, 1949 
 3. James Matles to Moran Regarding Finances, December 24, 1946 
 4. Matles' Secretary to Moran Regarding National Labor Relations Board and Finances, April 13, 1950 
 5. Bruce Wayber to Moran Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, April 14, 1950 
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Local 249 Outgoing Correspondence, December 17, 1946-April 11, 1950 58
 1. J.P. Buckley to UE Regarding Local 249 Officers, February 10, 1949 
 2. Walter Moran to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances and Organization, December 17, 1946 
 3. Moran to UE Regarding Supplies and Dues, June 6, 1949 
 4. Moran to James Matles Regarding IUE Inter-union Rivalry, Taft-Hartley Affidavits and Finances, April 11, 1950 
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Local 249 Organization, March 25-June 10, 1946 59
 1. William Conroy to Julius Emspak, March 25, 1946 
 2-3. Emspak to Robert Mintz, March 28-April 24, 1946 
 4. Emspak to Paul Seymour, June 10, 1946 
 5. Emspak to Mintz, June 10, 1946 
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Local 249 United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, January 22-24, 1949 60
 1. WIlliam Moran to Julius Emspak, January 22, 1949 
 2. Emspak to Albert Smith with January 22, 1949, Moran Letter to Emspak, January 24, 1949 
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Local 249 Correspondence, November 26, 1946-February 11, 1949 61
 1. William Conroy Telegram to David Ratner Regarding Finances, April 23, 1947 
 2. Julius Emspak to Vincent Romeo Regarding Local 249 Strike, June 4, 1947 
 3. Emspak to Robert Mintz Regarding Supplies, November 26, 1946 
 4. Conroy to Ratner Regarding Finances, June 27, 1947 
 5. Conroy to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, August 30, 1947 
 6. Conroy to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 248, January 22, 1948 
 7. Y.C. Nadeau to Conroy, September 7, 1948 
 8. Kathe Memo to Fay, February 11, 1949 

Local 249 (North Adams) 

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Local 249 (North Adams) Finances, 1938-1945 62
 1-2. Charter Supplies, March 26, 1938-July 6, 1944 
 3. Ledger, 1944-1945 
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Local 249 (North Adams) Organization, April 17-July 23, 1944 63
 1-2. Richard Linsley to Julius Emspak, April 17-May 5, 1944 
 3-4. Hugh Harley to Emspak, May 31-July 10, 1944 
 5. Emspak to Gerard Steinberg, July 11, 1944 
 6. Emspak to Paul Seymour, July 11, 1944 
 7. Harley to Emspak, July 23, 1944 
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Local 249 (North Adams) Notice of Issued Charter and Correspondence, March 26, 1938-July 24, 1945 64
 1. Notice of Issued Charter, March 26, 1938 
 2. Ray Klausner to Richard Linsley Regarding National Labor Relations Board Elections and Disbanding, July 24, 1945 

Local 250 

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Local 250 Officers Lists, March 1, 1946 65
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Local 250 Outgoing Correspondence, Andrew Mertinooke to UE Regarding Local 250 Officers, April 1946 66
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Local 250 Organization, March 4, 1946 67
 1. Julius Emspak to Nat Shelman, March 4, 1946 
 2. Emspak to Paul Seymour, March 4, 1946 
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Local 250 Disbanding, April 23-May 15, 1946 68
 1. Julius Emspak to Beatrice Kimball, April 23, 1946 
 2. Nat Shelman to Emspak, May 4, 1946 
 3. Emspak to Paul Seymour, May 8, 1946 
 4. Seymour to Emspak, May 15, 1946 

Local 251 

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Local 251 Officers Lists, May 20, 1941-June 1, 1948 69
 1-4. Lists, May 20, 1941-March 27, 1945 
 5. List with Frank Cocheo Letter to Julius Emspak, April 24, 1947 
 6. List, June 1, 1948 
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Local 251 Membership Resolutions, March 22, 1947 70
 1. Resolution Regarding Local 1102, Operation Dixie and Factionalism with April 1, 1947, Frank Cocheo Letter to General Executive Board, March 22, 1947 
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Local 251 Incoming D.L. Zinn Correspondence, January 24, 1941-July 1, 1942 71
 1. James Carey Telegram Regarding Local 251 Hanson-Whitney Strikes, May 2, 1941 
 2. Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 22, 1941 
 3-6. Emspak Regarding Finances, March 14-28, 1941 
 7. Emspak Regarding Mailing List, December 15, 1941 
 8. Emspak Regarding National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, July 1, 1942 
 9. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram, March 5, 1942 
 10. Nat Geller Regarding Publicity, July 8, 1941 
 11. James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 14, 1941 
 12. Matles Regarding United Auto Workers, January 24, 1941 
 13. Matles Regarding Supplies, February 3, 1941 
 14-15. Matles Regarding Royal Organization and Finances, February 4-6, 1941 
 16-17. Matles Regarding Finances, February 17-25, 1941 
 18. Matles Regarding Underwood and Staff Members, February 28, 1941 
 19. Matles Regarding Royal Organization, March 3, 1941 
 20. Matles Regarding Conscription, April 28, 1941 
 21. Matles Regarding Local 251 Hanson-Whitney Strikes, May 15, 1941 
 22. Matles Regarding Local 251 Pratt and Whitney Contracts, July 2, 1941 
 23. Matles Regarding Machine Tool Industry, July 30, 1941 
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Local 251 Incoming D.L. Zinn Correspondence, September 16-October 3, 1941 72
 1. James Matles Regarding Local 251 Contracts and Arbitration, September 16, 1941 
 2. Matles, October 3, 1941 
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Local 251 Outgoing D.L. Zinn Correspondence, January 9, 1941-October 6, 1942 73
 1. D.L. Zinn to James Matles Regarding Hartford Organization, United Aircraft, Royal Typewriter, Hanson-Whitney, United Auto Workers, Colt, Taylor and Fenn, Underwood Strikes and International Association of Machinists, January 9, 1941 
 2. Zinn to Julius Emspak Regarding Supplies, January 16, 1941 
 3. Zinn to James Carey Regarding Local 251 Hanson-Whitney Collective Bargaining, January 25, 1941 
 4. Zinn to Matles Regarding Royal Organization, February 1, 1941 
 5-6. Zinn Telegram to Matles Regarding Royal Organization, February 1-3, 1941 
 7. Zinn Telegram to Matles Regarding American Federation of Labor Inter-union Rivalry and Underwood, February 27, 1941 
 8. Zinn Telegram to Matles Regarding Underwood Contracts, February 28, 1941 
 9. Zinn to Matles Regarding Finances and Royal Organization, February 28, 1941 
 10. Zinn to Matles Regarding Hanson-Whitney, March 17, 1941 
 11. Zinn to Matles Regarding Conscription, April 26, 1941 
 12. Zinn to Matles Regarding Supplies, May 20, 1941 
 13. Zinn to Matles Regarding Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Contracts and Local 251 Hanson-Whitney Collective Bargaining, July 1, 1941 
 14. Zinn to Matles Regarding Machine Tool Industry, July 23, 1941 
 15. Zinn to Emspak Regarding Local 747 Ohio Brass Strikes, August 16, 1941 
 16. Zinn to Matles Regarding Wages, Grievances and Niles Bement Pond, September 13, 1941 
 17. Zinn to Matles Regarding Billings and Spencer, October 2, 1941 
 18. Zinn to Tom Wright Regarding Mailing List and Billings and Spencer, November 17, 1941 
 19. Zinn to UE Regarding Local 407 Transfers, Februray 23, 1942 
 20. Zinn to Nat Geller Regarding Supplies, May 14, 1942 
 21. Zinn to Emspak Regarding National Committee to Abolish Poll Tax, June 29, 1942 
 22. Zinn Telegram to Matles, October 6, 1942 
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Local 251 Incoming Correspondence, September 26, 1940-October 18, 1947 74
 1. William Cahn to Lewis Kingsbury Regarding Publicity and Veterans, April 10, 1946 
 2. Cahn to Louis Kingsbury Regarding Publicity, May 24, 1946 
 3. James Carey to T.R. Molloy Regarding Local 251 Hanson-Whitney Collective Bargaining, January 21, 1941 
 4-5. Julius Emspak to Erick Borin Regarding Mailing List, September 2-October 17, 1940 
 6. Emspak to Bety Nivala Regarding Mailing List, November 27, 1940 
 7. Emspak to Borin, April 10, 1941 
 8. Emspak to Molloy Regarding Fingerprinting, March 26, 1942 
 9. Emspak to Molloy Regarding 1942 Convention Proceedings, March 26, 1942 
 10. Emspak to Martin Hogan Regarding 1943 Convention Proceedings, December 13, 1943 
 11. Emspak to Hogan Regarding 1944 UE Convention, July 27, 1944 
 12. Emspak to Thomas Shea Regarding Finances, August 31, 1944 
 13. Ray Klausner to Vincent Kotowski Regarding Local 251 Resolution, August 14, 1945 
 14. Emspak to Kotowski Regarding Local 251 Strikes, January 15, 1946 
 15. Emspak to Shea Regarding Strikes and Supplies, March 21, 1946 
 16. Emspak Telegram to Louis Conlon Regarding Bail Bond, May 1946 
 17. Emspak Telegram to James Eagan, June 14, 1946 
 18. Emspak to Frank Cocheo Regarding Films, November 8, 1946 
 19. Emspak to Cocheo Regarding American Relief For Greek Democracy, February 7, 1947 
 20. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram to Kotowski, July 30, 1946 
 21. Fitzgerald Telegram to Cocheo Regarding Local 251 Miles Bernent Pond Strikes, October 18, 1947 
 22. Nat Geller to Molloy, December 2, 1942 
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Local 251 Incoming Correspondence, December 28, 1940-May 29, 1947 75
 1. James Matles to Tom Molloy Regarding Royal Typewriter, December 28, 1940 
 2-3. Matles to Molloy Regarding Staff Members, February 6-28, 1941 
 4. Matles to James Eagen Regarding War Labor Board, November 28, 1942 
 5. Norma Gould Telegram to Molloy with Memo to Norma, February 11, 1943 
 6. Matles to Martin Hogan Regarding Conscription with July 14, 1943, Matles Letter to Local Board Three, September 21, 1943 
 7. Matles to Thomas Shea Regarding Finances and Local 251 Strikes, October 17, 1946 
 8. Matles to Frank Cocheo Regarding Factionalism with "A Great UE Victory" Leaflet, May 29, 1947 
 9. Edwart Matthews to Martin Hogan Regarding War Labor Board and Incentive, April 28, 1944 
 10. David Scribner to Hogan Regarding Contracts, May 5, 1944 
 11. Scribner to Vincent Kotowski Regarding Strike Fund and Expulsions, December 3, 1945 
 12. Jack Simon to Robert Webster Regarding Incentive, November 21, 1944 
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Local 251 Outgoing Correspondence, April 1, 1941-January 20, 1948 76
 1. Irving Atwood to James Matles Regarding Conscription with Atwood Letter, June 29, 1943 
 2. Erick Borin to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 251 Officers, April 1, 1941 
 3. Frank Cocheo to Emspak Regarding Films, November 7, 1946 
 4. Cocheo to Cliff McAvoy Regarding Political Action Committee, November 21, 1946 
 5. Cocheo to Emspak Regarding American Relief for Greek Democracy, January 28, 1947 
 6. Cocheo to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Wages, May 2, 1947 
 7. Cocheo Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 251 Niles Bement Pond Strikes, October 27, 1947 
 8. Cocheo Telegram to Albert Regarding Local 251 Niles Bement Pond Collective Bargaining, November 4, 1947 
 9. Cocheo to Maltes Regarding Factionalism and Local 251 Niless Bement Pond Collective Bargaining, November 4, 1947 
 10. Louis Conton Telegram to UE Regarding Bail Bond and Local 251 Strikes, May 10, 1946 
 11. John Dubin Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Hartford General Strikes, July 18, 1946 
 12. James Eagan to Matles Regarding War Labor Board, November 23, 1942 
 13. John Gill to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, November 14, 1941 
 14. Martin Hogan to Matles Regarding Conscription, July 8, 1943 
 15. Hogan to Matles Regarding Conscription, September 23, 1943 
 16. Hogan to UE Regarding 1943 UE Convention Proceedings, December 1, 1943 
 17. Hogan to Edward Matthews Regarding Incentive, April 17, 1944 
 18. Hogan to David Scribner Regarding Local 251 Contracts, May 4, 1944 
 19. Hogan Telegram to Fitzgreald Regarding War Labor Board and Pratt and Whitney, January 31, 1945 
 20. Henry Jean to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, October 18, 1944 
 21. Jean to Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 30, 1947 
 22. Jean to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Factionalism, March 6, 1947 
 23. Jean to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, January 20, 1948 
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Local 251 Outgoing Correspondence, November 23, 1940-July 16, 1948 77
 1. Evelyn Kamberg to UE Regarding Local 301 Transfers, October 10, 1941 
 2. Vincent Kotowski to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, July 25, 1945 
 3. Kotowski to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding National Labor Relations Board, Local 251 and Pratt-Whitney Strikes, October 23, 1945 
 4. Kotowski to Emspak Regarding Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Strikes, January 11, 1946 
 5. William Lawlor to Emspak Regarding Finances and Local 251 Collective Bargaining, January 14, 1947 
 6. Lawlor to James Matles Regarding Staff Members, January 28, 1947 
 7. Thomas Molloy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Royal Typewriter Organization, December 27, 1940 
 8. Molloy Telegram to Emspak Regarding Fingerprinting, March 24, 1942 
 9. Molloy to Emspak Regarding Supplies, November 21, 1942 
 10. Molloy to Emspak Regarding Holidays and Pratt-Whitney with December 19, 1942, H.D. Tanner Letter to Molloy and December 17, 1942, Molloy Letter to Tanner, January 1, 1943 
 11. Molloy to Emspak Regarding 1942 UE Convention Proceedings, January 4, 1943 
 12. Betty Nivala to Emspak Regarding UE News, November 23, 1940 
 13. Frank Powers to Emspak Regarding Finances, July 16, 1948 
 14. Thomas Shea to UE Regarding Finances, August 16, 1944 
 15. Shea to Emspak Regarding Supplies, March 15, 1946 
 16. Donald Wiley to Emspak Regarding Factionalism, Job Classifications and Pratt-Whitney, May 27, 1944 
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Local 251 Salary and Expense Letters, December 12, 1940-January 9, 1942 78
 1. Erik Borin, December 12, 1940 
 2. John Gill, December 19, 1941 
 3-6. Borin, January 10-March 25, 1941 
 7-11. John Gill, May 5, 1941-January 9, 1942 
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Local 251 Vouchers, D.L. Zinn, March 8-15, 1941 79
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Local 251 White Collar Organization, January 12-17, 1942 80
 1. Janet Hovedskiv to James Matles, January 12, 1942 
 2. Matles to Charles Rivers, January 17, 1942 
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Local 251 Corruption, April 17-May 11, 1944 81
 1. Thomas Molloy to Julius Emspak with Thomas LeClair Statement, April 17, 1944 
 2. Empsak to Molloy, May 11, 1944 
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Local 251 Hartford Supreme Court Unity Lodge 251 vs. IUE and UE, November 2, 1950-June 11, 1951 82
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Local 251 War Labor Board, February 1, 1945 83
 1. Ray Klausner Telegram to Richard Linsley, February 1, 1945 
 2. Linsley Telegram to Klausner, February 1, 1945 
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Local 251 Transfers, February 13-20, 1945 84
 1. Erik Borin to Julius Emspak, February 13, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Borin, February 20, 1945 
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Local 251 Financial Problems, July 25-August 29, 1945 85
 1. VIncent Kotowski to Julius Emspak, July 25, 1945 
 2. Emspak to Kotowski, August 29, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Robert Mintz, August 29, 1945 
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Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Strike, October 2, 1945-February 1, 1946 86
 1. Vincent Kotowski to National Labor Relations Board, October 2, 1945 
 2. Julius Emspak to Paul Seymour, October 4, 1945 
 3. Emspak to Robert Mintz, October 10, 1945 
 4. Mintz to Seymour, October 11, 1945 
 5. Notification of Pending Disagreement, October 12, 1945 
 6. Mintz to Emspak, October 12, 1945 
 7. Seymour to Emspak, October 18, 1945 
 8. David Scribner to Mintz, December 5, 1945 
 9. Notification of Pending Disagreement, February 1, 1946 
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Local 251 Bonding, February 6-June 26, 1946 87
 1. Wayne Stanley Indemnity Agreement, February 6, 1946 
 2. Floyd Lancaster Indemnity Agreement, February 6, 1946 
 3. Carl Johnson Bail Bond Order, May 3, 1946 
 4. Burton Root Bail Bond Order, May 31, 1946 
 5. Rene Rodrigue Bail Bond Order, May 31, 1946 
 6. William Mooney Bail Bond Order, June 3, 1946 
 7. Charles Scaskus Bail Bond Order, June 26, 1946 
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Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Contract, June-August 1946 88
 1. Company Offer, June 5, 1946 
 2. Termination of Strike with C.W. Deeds Letter to Vincent Kotowski, August 1946 
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Local 251 Factionalism, January 24-October 21, 1947 89
 1. John Glynn Job Application, January 24, 1947 
 2. David Doyle to James Matles, January 28, 1947 
 3. Charles Cadwell to James Matles, January 28, 1947 
 4. Matles to Cadwell with Matles Letter to Glynn, February 4, 1947 
 5. Matles to Richard Linsley, February 20, 1947 
 6. Henry Jean and Matles Telephone Conversation, February 20, 1947 
 7. Matles to Glynn, March 13, 1947 
 8. Frank Cocheo to Matles, May 2, 1947 
 9. Selma Trauber to Cocheo, May 13, 1947 
 10. Matles to Albert Smith, May 20, 1947 
 11. Donald Wiley to General Executive Board, June 22, 1947 
 12-13. Cocheo to Harold Conroy, September 9-10, 1947 
 14. Cocheo to Emspak, September 10, 1947 
 15. Leo Lacroix to Albert Fitzgerald, September 30, 1947 
 16. Fitzgerald to Lacroix, October 21, 1947 
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Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Collective Bargaining, October 18-November 4, 1947 90
 1. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram to Albert Smith, October 18, 1947 
 2. Smith to Fitzgerald, November 4, 1947 
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Local 251 United Auto Workers Inter-union Rivalry, November 8-December 6, 1949 91
 1. Francis Powers to David Scribner, November 8, 1949 
 2-3. Scribner to Albert Smith, November 8-15, 1949 
 4. Powers to Julius Emspak, December 1, 1949 
 5. Emspak to Smith, December 2, 1949 
 6. Smith to Emspak, December 5, 1949 
 7. Emspak to Joseph Caiazza, December 6, 1949 
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Local 251 Correspondence and Bonding Form, February 6, 1941-January 27, 1949 92
 1. Don to Charley, February 6, 1941 
 2. James Matles to Matthew Campbell Regarding Staff Members, February 6, 1941 
 3. Don Zinn to Matles Regarding Hardford and Royal Organizations, February 5, 1941 
 4. Bonding Form, March 27, 1941 
 5. James Matles to Charles Rivers Regarding Local 251 Hanson-Whitney Strikers, April 24, 1941 
 6. Unsigned Letter to UE News Editor Regarding Factionalism, August 1, 1941 
 7. John Steelman Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Collective Bargaining, July 20, 1942 
 8. UE Telegram to Zinn, July 13, 1942 
 9. Joseph Caiazza to Matles Regarding Factionalism and Local 251 Officers Elections with Election Report, January 29, 1943 
 10. Julius Emspak to Robert Mintz Regarding Per Capita, July 13, 1943 
 11. Albert Olson to Nat Geller Regarding Finances with March 24, 1943, Olson Letter to Thomas Molloy, September 2, 1943 
 12. Richard Linsley to Matles Regarding Factionalism and 1946 UE Convention, September 3, 1946 
 13. Kathy Memo Regarding Factionalism and Mailing List, March 17, 1948 
 14. Walter Barry to Emspak Regarding 1948 UE Convention and Finances, July 16, 1948 
 15. Nicholas Tomassetti to Emspak Regarding Local 251 Disbanding, January 27, 1949 
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Local 251 Leaflets, 1941-1946 93
 1. "The Old Stall" Regarding Royal Typewriter, 1941 
 2. "Royal Typewriter Workers" Regarding Royal Typewriter, 1941 
 3. "Bulletin" Regarding Local 251 Pratt-Whitney Strikes, June 27, 1946 
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Local 251 Newspaper Clippings, February 6-July 2, 1947 94
 1. "Call Strike on Pratt and Whitney," February 6, 1946 
 2. "Union Drops Wage Demand After Viewing Film's Books," July 2, 1947 

Local 252 

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Local 252 Officers Lists, February 14, 1944 95
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Local 252 Incoming Correspondence, April 5, 1943-December 10, 1946 96
 1. Julius Emspak to Pendrak Regarding Finances, April 5, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Jane Mobilio Regarding Finances, October 27, 1943 
 3. Emspak to Local 252 Regarding Finances, March 27, 1945 
 4. Emspak to John Leskovsky Regarding Finances, December 10, 1946 
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Local 252 Outgoing Correspondence, March 11, 1943-July 3, 1946 97
 1. John Leskovsky to UE Regarding Supplies, July 3, 1946 
 2. Stephen Pendrak to UE Regarding Supplies, March 11, 1943 
 3. Mano Riccardi to Julius Emspak Regarding Remington Arms Organization, October 27, 1943 
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Local 252 Salary and Expense Letters, Jane Mobilio, December 29, 1943-January 14, 1944 98
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Local 252 Ledger, 1946-1947 99
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Local 252 Organization, October 4, 1938-December 5, 1943 100
 1. James Matles to Charles Rivers, October 4, 1938 
 2. Julius Emspak to Rivers, March 12, 1943 
 3. Rivers to Emspak, March 18, 1943 
 4. Neal McGillicuddy to Emspak, March 22, 1943 
 5. Emspak to Rivers, March 22, 1943 
 6. Emspak to McGillicuddy, April 5, 1943 
 7. Emspak to John Murphy, April 5, 1943 
 8-10. McGillicuddy to Emspak, April 6-9, 1943 
 11. Emspak to McGillicuddy, April 29, 1943 
 12. McGillicuddy to Emspak, May 4, 1943 
 13. McGillicuddy to Albert Fitzgerald, July 13, 1943 
 14. Fitzgerald to McGillicuddy, July 15, 1943 
 15. McGillicuddy to Emspak, October 28, 1943 
 16. McGillicuddy to E.C. Griffith, July 17, 1943 
 17. Rivers to Emspak, November 5, 1943 
 18. McGillicuddy to Emspak, December 7, 1943 
 19. Emspak to Rivers with December 5, 1943, Albert Janasko Letter to Emspak, December 17, 1943 
 20. Application Card with "By Return Mail" Leaflet, 1943 
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Local 252 Organization, January 3-June 18, 1945 101
 1. Julius Emspak to Hugh Harley, January 3, 1945 
 2-3. Ray Klausner to Harley, May 1-June 14, 1945 
 4. Harley to Klausner, June 15, 1945 
 5. Klausner to Harley, June 18, 1945 
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Local 252 Transfers, April 27-28, 1944 102
 1. Jay Watkins to James Matles, April 27, 1944 
 2. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Watkins, April 28, 1944 
 3. Emspak's Secretary to Caroline Tangredi, April 28, 1944 
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Local 252 Financial Problems, May 1-December 27, 1944 103
 1-3. Charles Rivers to Julius Emspak, May 1-August 8, 1944 
 4. Julius Emspak's Secretary to Rivers, August 9, 1944 
 5. Rivers to Ray Klausner, August 10, 1944 
 6. Henry Johnson to Emspak, September 7, 1944 
 7-8. Hugh Harley to Emspak, December 12-27, 1944 
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Local 252 Housing, July 27-28, 1943 104
 1. Marion Danforth to Julius Emspak, July 27, 1943 
 2. Emspak to Charles Rivers with July 27, 1943, Danforth Letter to Emspak, July 28, 1943 
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Local 252 Disbanding, July 23, 1946-September 3, 1947 105
 1. Julius Emspak to Joseph Caiazza, July 23, 1946 
 2. Albert Smith Memo to Janet Barish, September 3, 1947 
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Local 252 Correspondence, Charles Rivers to Julius Emspak Regarding Staff Members, October 21, 1943 106
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Local 252 Remco News, April 24, 1942-July 12, 1943 107

Local 253 

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Local 253 Officers Lists, August 11, 1944-June 29, 1949 108
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Local 253 Membership Resolutions, March 27, 1942-July 2, 1947 109
 1. Resolution Regarding Smith-union Bill, March 27, 1942 
 2. Resolution Regarding Civil Rights Congress and Factionalism, July 2, 1947 
 3. Resolution Regarding Civil Liberties, District Four and Factionalism, July 2, 1947 
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Local 253 Incoming Correspondence, January 14, 1941-May 10, 1949 110
 1. Julius Emspak to H. DeYoung, January 14, 1941 
 2-3. Emspak to George Johnson Regarding Staff Members, February 26-November 28, 1941 
 4. Emspak Telegram to Arthur Deneen, June 1, 1942 
 5. Emspak to Forrest McNabb Regarding Navy E and Publicity, June 9, 1942 
 6. Emspak to DeYoung Regarding Veterans and Finances, August 14, 1945 
 7. Emspak to DeYoung Regarding Dues and Unemployment, June 29, 1946 
 8. Emspak to DeYoung Regarding Political Action Committee, August 1, 1946 
 9. Emspak to Carl Locke Regarding General Executive Board, March 20, 1947 
 10. Emspak to DeYoung Regarding Membership and Officers, April 30, 1947 
 11. Emspak to Locke Regarding Local 253 Anniversary, May 9, 1949 
 12. Albert Fitzgerald to Locke Regarding Withdrawls and Foremen, June 29, 1946 
 13. Fitzgerald to J.E. Mace Regarding Constitutions, January 8, 1948 
 14. Fitzgerald to Locke Regarding Local 253 Anniversary, May 6, 1949 
 15. James Matles Telegram to J.J. Conway, October 20, 1942 
 16. Matles to Conway Regarding Executive Order 9250, October 20, 1942 
 17. Matles to Conway Regarding Overtime, November 7, 1942 
 18. Matles to Conway Regarding Local 253 Submarine Signal Contracts, Wages, Overtime and Conscription, December 30, 1942 
 19. Matles to Conway Regarding Overtime, February 17, 1943 
 20. Matles to Locke Regarding Local 253 Tenth Anniversary, May 10, 1949 
 21. Russ Nixon to DeYoung Regarding Political Action Committee, September 30, 1947 
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Local 253 Outgoing Correspondence, December 28, 1940-December 19, 1947 111
 1. James Conway Telegram to UE Regarding Job Classification, Wages and War Labor Board, October 19, 1942 
 2. Conway Telegram to James Matles Regarding Overtime, October 23, 1942 
 3. Conway to UE Regarding Overtime and Executive Order 9240, October 31, 1942 
 4. Conway to UE Regarding Local 253 Submarine Signal Collective Bargaining, December 4, 1942 
 5. Conway to UE Regarding Overtime, Executive Order 9240 and War Labor Board, February 2, 1943 
 6. Conway to James Matles Regarding Local 253 Submarine Signal Collective Bargaining and Dues Check-off, February 2, 1943 
 7. Henry DeYoung to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances, January 10, 1944 
 8. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Supplies, August 3, 1945 
 9. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Dues and Unemployment, June 14, 1946 
 10. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee and Supplies, July 24, 1946 
 11-12. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, August 30-November 21, 1946 
 13. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, February 10, 1947 
 14. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Staff Members and Membership, April 25, 1947 
 15. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Finances, June 27, 1947 
 16. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Mailing List, July 2, 1947 
 17-18. DeYoung to Emspak Regarding Political Action Committee, September 10-December 19, 1947 
 19. Arthur Deneen Telegram to Emspak Regarding Membership, May 29, 1942 
 20. George Johnson to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Jurisdiction, December 28, 1940 
 21. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Staff Members, February 18, 1941 
 22. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Submarine Signal Contracts, November 10, 1941 
 23. Johnson to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 12, 1941 
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Local 253 Outgoing Correspondence, March 27, 1942-June 24, 1949 112
 1. Carl Locke to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 253 Foreman with Contract Excerpt, June 14, 1946 
 2. Locke Telegram to Emspak Regarding Southern Organizing Drive, March 17, 1947 
 3. Locke to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Southern Organizing Drive, April 21, 1947 
 4. Locke to Emspak Regarding Membership Resolutions, Inflation and Wages with July 24, 1947, Resolution Regarding Cost of Living Increase, August 1, 1947 
 5-6. Locke to UE Regarding Mailing List, August 6-26, 1947 
 7. Locke to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Resolutions with November 1947, Resolution Regarding Wages, November 25, 1947 
 8. Locke to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Officers, January 28, 1949 
 9. Locke to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Tenth Anniversary with Tickets, May 2, 1949 
 10. Locke to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 253 Tenth Anniversary, May 2, 1949 
 11. Locke to James Matles Regarding Local 253 Tenth Anniversary, May 2, 1949 
 12. Locke to Emspak Regarding Submarine Signal-Raytaeon Merger, June 24, 1949 
 13. J.E. Mace to UE Regarding Local 253 Constitution, January 6, 1948 
 14-15. Mace to Emspak Regarding Finances, November 19-22, 1948 
 16. Mace to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Officers, February 10, 1949 
 17. Forrest McNabb to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Officers, March 27, 1942 
 18. W.F. Murdock to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Officers, April 11, 1943 
 19. Murdock to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Constitutions, December 21, 1943 
 20. Murdock to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Officers, August 11, 1944 
 21. Louis Surrette to Emspak Regarding Local 253 Officers, April 1, 1948 
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Local 253 Bonding Form, May 5, 1942 113
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Local 253 Address Request, February 6-9, 1942 114
 1. Arthur Blood to UE News, February 6, 1942 
 2. Julius Emspak to Blood, February 9, 1942 
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Local 253 Supply Use, April 6-16, 1942 115
 1. H. DeYoung to Julius Emspak, April 6, 1942 
 2. Emspak to DeYoung, April 16, 1942 
 3. Emspak to Richard Linsley, April 16, 1942 
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Local 253 John Moccia Case, March 26-August 8, 1942 116
 1. Local 253 Executive Board Minutes, March 26, 1942 
 2. Nightshift Membership Meeting Minutes, April 1, 1942 
 3. Dayshift Membership Meeting Minutes, April 1, 1942 
 4. John Moccia to UE, April 17, 1942 
 5. Moccia to F.E. McNabb, April 17, 1942 
 6. Sidney Grant to Julius Emspak, April 25, 1942 
 7. Emspak to Moccia, May 1, 1942 
 8. Moccia to Emspak, May 20, 1942 
 9. General Executive Board Minutes, May 30, 1942 
 10. Empsak to John Murphy, June 1, 1942 
 11. Murphy to James McLeish, July 16, 1942 
 12-13. Emspak to McLeish, July 22, 1942 
 14. McLeish Telegram to Murphy, July 28, 1942 
 15. Murphy to McLeish, August 8, 1942 
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Local 253 John Moccia Case, September 5-6, 1942 117
 1. John McLeish Report on John Moccia, September 5, 1942 
 2. Julius Emspak to Moccia, September 6, 1942 
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Local 253 Discriminatory Hiring, May 31-June 16, 1943 118
 1. William Murdock to James Matles with Submarine Signal Application Form, Proposed Application Form, Price-list Application Form, Employment Application, Application Form, and Employer, Personal and School Confidential Inquiry Forms, May 31, 1943 
 2. David Scribner Memo to Matles, June 14, 1943 
 3. Scribner to Murdock, June 16, 1943 
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Local 253 War Labor Board Holiday Pay Case, June 5-16, 1943 119
 1. George Foley to Sidney Grant, June 5, 1943 
 2. Richard Linsley to Neil Brant with Special War-time Provision, June 8, 1943 
 3. James Matles to Brank, June 16, 1943 
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Local 253 Factionalism, June 2-August 7, 1944 120
 1. Ralph Robbins to UE, July 2, 1944 
 2. Albert Fitzgerald's Secretary to Richard LInsley with July 2, 1944, Robbins Letter to UE, July 14, 1944 
 3. Linsley to Fitzgerald, July 24, 1944 
 4. Ray Klausner to Linsley, August 7, 1944 
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Local 253 Submarine Signal and Raytheon Merger, March 2-23, 1949 121
 1. Memo, March 2, 1949 
 2. David Scribner Memo to Julius Emspak, March 23, 1949 
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Local 253 Correspondence, February 26, 1941-May 27, 1949 122
 1. Julius Emspak to Jack Schubert, February 26, 1941 
 2. James Matles to Richard Linsley Regarding Local 253 Submarine Signal Collective Bargaining with December 4, 1942, James Conway Letter to Matles, December 10, 1942 
 3. Matles to Linsley, March 16, 1943 
 4. Emspak Telegram to E.H. Lambert Regarding Leave of Absence, July 18, 1944 
 5. J. Edwin Mace to David Ratner Regarding Finances, May 27, 1949 

Local 254 

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Local 254 Officers Lists, August 15, 1944-April 28, 1949 123
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Local 254 Incoming Correspondence, March 3, 1941-May 17, 1950 124
 1. William Cahn to Ivan Lord, March 18, 1947 
 2. Joseph Dermody to Roland Mevnier Regarding Mailing List, April 29, 1944 
 3. Dermody to Lord Regarding Wages, October 2, 1944 
 4. Julius Emspak to Lord Regarding Finances, November 7, 1944 
 5. Emspak to William Cuterbertson, June 26, 1942 
 6. Emspak to Lord Regarding Dues, October 31, 1944 
 7. Emspak to Lord Regarding Veterans and Finances, June 1, 1945 
 8. Emspak to Lord Regarding Local 254 General Electric Strikes, April 20, 1946 
 9. Emspak to Henry Niedzienski Regarding Finances, June 20, 1947 
 10. Albert Fitzgerald Telegram to Lord, January 30, 1943 
 11. Fitzgerald to Lord Regarding Local 254 Anniversary Dance, April 19, 1949 
 12. Fitzgerald to Lord Regarding Seperate Chargers, May 17, 1950 
 13. James Matles to Niedzienski, March 3, 1941 
 14. Matles to Niedzienski Regarding Wages and Lynn General Electric with March 11, 1941, Alfred Coulhard Letter, March 13, 1941 
 15. Matles to Niedzienski Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Meter with Westinghouse Meter Plant Wages, March 20, 1941 
 16. Matles Secretary to Niedzienski Regarding Wages and Westinghouse Meter, April 19, 1941 
 17. Matles to Lord Regarding Finances, April 2, 1947 
 18. Davis Scribner to Lord Regarding Veterans, January 12, 1945 
 19. Albert Smith to Lord Regarding Finances, February 24, 1949 
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Local 254 Outgoing Correspondence, February 28, 1941-April 14, 1949 125
 1. Ivan Lord to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 254 General Electric Contracts, April 6, 1943 
 2. Lord to Emspak Regarding Whtie Collar Workers and Dues, October 23, 1944 
 3. Lord to Emspak Regarding Supplies, October 23, 1944 
 4. Lord to Emspak Regarding Veterans and Finances, May 29, 1945 
 5. Lord to Emspak Regarding Finances, March 20, 1947 
 6. Lord to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Local 254 Tenth Anniversary Dance, April 14, 1949 
 7. Henry Niedzianski to James Matles Regarding Wages, February 28, 1941 
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Local 254 Salary and Expense Letters, Fred Whittaker, February 25, 1941-July 28, 1942 126
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Local 254 National Labor Relations Board Elections, February 4-March 9, 1943 127
 1-2. David Scribner Memo to James Matles, February 4-20, 1943 
 3. Walter Mugford Telegram to James Matles, March 9, 1943 
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Local 254 District Loan, April 19-29, 1946 128
 1. Paul Seymour to David Ratner, April 19, 1946 
 2. Seymour to Julius Emspak, April 29, 1946 
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Local 254 Correspondence and Brochure, March 3, 1941-June 17, 1952 129
 1. James Matles Letter Regarding Wages and General Electric Pittsfield with Mailing List, March 3, 1941 
 2. Memo Regarding National Labor Relations Board Petition, August 1942 
 3. Petition Regarding Staff Members, October 7, 1942 
 4. Charles Kearney to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances with Lease, June 23, 1951 
 5. David Ratner Memo to A. Rosenberg Regarding Finances, June 17, 1952 
 6. "Patriotism vs. Common Sense" Glenford Brochure 
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Local 254 The Union News, August 21, 1941-February 20, 1942 130
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Local 254 General Electric News, February 9, 1939 131

Local 255 

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Local 255 Constitution 132
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Local 255 Constitution with Comments, 1945 133
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Local 255 Officers Lists, March 1942-December 1949 134
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Local 255 Executive Board Minutes, October 2, 1941 135
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Local 255 Incoming James Callahan Correspondence, April 20, 1942-October 29, 1949 136
 1. William Cahn Telegram Regarding Films, October 6, 1947 
 2. Joe Dermody's Secretary Regarding Grievances, July 19, 1944 
 3. Dermody Telegram Regarding Grievances, July 29, 1944 
 4. Dermody Telegram, October 25, 1944 
 5. Julius Emspak Regarding Local 255 Dance, November 18, 1943 
 6. Emspak Regarding National Labor Relations Board and War Labor Board, June 14, 1944 
 7. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Separate Charters with Emspak Letter to Warren Roserlord, September 11, 1944 
 8. Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Separate Charter with August 28, 1944, Roserlord Letter to Emspak, September 12, 1944 
 9. Emspak Regarding Finances, October 24, 1944 
 10. Emspak Regarding Dues, December 16, 1946 
 11-12. Emspak Regarding Finances, August 18-October 18, 1949 
 13. Emspak Telegram Regarding Finances, October 29, 1949 
 14. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, April 20, 1942 
 15. Fitzgerald Regarding Local 255 Hall Dedication, April 29, 1942 
 16. Fitzgerald Telegram Regarding Local 255 Victory Banquet, November 11, 1943 
 17. Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, April 25, 1944 
 18. Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Council, October 26, 1944 
 19. Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, November 29, 1944 
 20. Fitzgerald Letter, October 22, 1946 
 21. Fitzgerald Regarding Dies Committee, January 30, 1947 
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Local 255 Incoming James Callahan Correspondence, June 25, 1944-May 25, 1949 137
 1. Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, October 28, 1948 
 2. Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, Taft-Hartley Affidavits and General Electric Collective Bargaining, May 25, 1949 
 3. Seymour Linfield Regarding Patents, July 17, 1946 
 4. Frederick Livingston Regarding Grievances and National Labor Relations Board, July 25, 1944 
 5. Livingston Regarding Supplies, August 4, 1944 
 6. James Matles Regarding Holyoke General Electric, April 9, 1946 
 7. Matles Telegram, October 9, 1946 
 8. Matles Letter, February 21, 1947 
 9. Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, June 6, 1947 
 10. Matles Regarding Political Action, June 12, 1947 
 11. Paul Seymour Regarding Holyoke General Electric and Factionalism, April 9, 1946 
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Local 255 Outgoing James Callahan Correspondence, April 13, 1942-December 10, 1946 138
 1. James Callahan to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, April 13, 1942 
 2. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 255 Office Dedication, April 25, 1942 
 3. Callahan to James Matles Regarding Local 255 Office Dedication, April 25, 1942 
 4. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 255 Victory Dance, November 6, 1943 
 5. Callahan to Julius Emspak Regarding Local 355 Victory Dance, November 6, 1943 
 6. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Staff Members, April 21, 1944 
 7. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Local 255 Officers, May 5, 1944 
 8. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Bureau of National Affairs, June 2, 1944 
 9. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Local 255 Officers, June 3, 1944 
 10. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Stewards Council, October 20, 1944 
 11-12. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, November 18-December 2, 1944 
 13. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Ladies Auxiliary, February 1, 1945 
 14. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Local 255 Officers, March 12, 1945 
 15. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, December 18, 1945 
 16. Callahan Telegram to Fitzgerald Regarding Membership Meeting, March 4, 1946 
 17. Callahan to Matles Regarding Membership Resolutions and Holyoke General Electric with March 31, 1946, Resolution, April 2, 1946 
 18. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and General Electric Strikes, April 2, 1946 
 19. Callahan to Matles Regarding Membership Meeting, October 3, 1946 
 20. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Local 355 Officers, November 19, 1946 
 21. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Dues, December 10, 1946 
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Local 255 Outgoing James Callahan Correspondence, February 11, 1947-May 23, 1949 139
 1. James Callahan to James Matles Regarding Stewards Council, February 11, 1947 
 2. Callahan to Selma Trauber Regarding Mailing List, October 3, 1947 
 3. Callahan to Julius Emspak Regarding Finances with November 20, 1947, Anthony Spitaleri Letter to Niles Edlund, December 3, 1947 
 4. Callahan to Matles Regarding UE Pittsfield Pensioners Club, December 16, 1947 
 5. Callahan Telegram to Emspak Regarding Publicity, May 16, 1948 
 6. Callahan Telegram to Albert Fitzgerald Regarding Taft-Hartley Affidavits, October 15, 1948 
 7. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Wages and Finances, November 30, 1948 
 8. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and UE News, December 3 ,1948 
 9. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits, January 21, 1949 
 10. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Local 255 Officers, January 26, 1949 
 11. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism, March 23, 1949 
 12. Callahan to Fitzgerald Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits with Affidavit, May 23, 1949 
 13. Callahan to Emspak Regarding Factionalism and Taft-Hartley Affidavits with Affidavits, May 23, 1949 
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Local 255 Incoming James Casey Correspondence, December 2, 1941-March 21, 1944 140
 1. Margaret Darin Regarding Office Procedures, June 2, 1942