Milwaukee-Downer College Records, 1840-1964

Container Title
M82-161
Part 4 (M82-161): Additions, 1918-1964
Physical Description: 12.4 c.f. (12 record center cartons and 1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1918-1964, of correspondence, contracts, negotiation material, and agreements with Milwaukee area manufacturing businesses and automotive shops. Also present are IAM convention material, newsletters, and other printed materials.
Series: Correspondence, Agreements, and Other Records
Arrangement of the Materials: By Company.
Box   1
Algoma Foundry, 1948
Box   1
Allis Chalmers, 1934-1949
Box   1
Allis Chalmers - supercharger plant, 1943-1949
Box   1
American Can, 1950
Box   1
American Railway Express, 1940
Box   1
American Thermo Appliance, 1952
Box   1
Ampco Metal, 1937-1942
Box   1
Axt Brothers Adjustable Level, 1939
Box   1
Bayley Blower, 1937
Box   7
Blackhawk Manufacturing Company, 1937-1952
Box   6
Blackhawk Manufacturing Company, 1937-1952
Box   6
Bradley Washfountain, 1937-1952
Box   1
Continental Can, 1950
Box   1
CRC Engineering, 1945
Box   1
Delta Manufacturing, 1940
Box   2
Economy Electric, 1941-1947
Box   2
Edwards Motors, 1934
Box   2
Empire Level Manufacturing, 1937-1952
Box   2
Evinrude, 1945-1958
Box   2
Froemming Brothers Shipbuilding, 1944-1945
Box   2
Galland-Henning Manufacturing, 1944
Box   2
General Hardware, 1942-1943
Box   2
M.A. Gerrett Corporation, 1955
Box   2
Globe Seamless Steel Tubes agreement, 1918
Box   2
Graham Transmissions, 1951-1952
Box   2
Herzberg Corporation, 1954
Box   2
Holeproof Hosiery, 1954
Box   2
Hoyer Engineering, 1937-1946
Box   2
Hummel and Downing, 1949
Box   2
Interstate Drop Forge, 1935-1937
Box   2
K.W. Cooperage, 1945-1948
Box   2
Kendall Corporation, 1941-1958
Box   3
Klubertanz Company, 1939-1943
Box   3
Krantz Wire, 1949
Box   3
L.M. & S. Company, 1945
Box   3
Lindemann and Hoverson strike, 1935-1936
Box   3
Machinery Engineering, 1945
Box   3
Machine Tool Rebuilders, 1945
Box   3
Manufacturers Equipment, 1944-1946
Box   3
Metal Products Corporation, 1941-1955
Box   3
Milcor Steel, 1938-1945
Box   3
Milwaukee Brush, 1941
Box   3
Milwaukee Cooperage, 1939-1954
Box   3
Milwaukee Electric, 1934-1936
Box   3
Milwaukee Electric Tool, 1947
Box   3
Milwaukee Equipment, Division of Food Machinery, 1953
Box   3
Milwaukee, City of, 1930-1946
Box   3
Milwaukee Gas Specialty, 1935-1958
Box   4
Milwaukee Gas Specialty, 1935-1958 (continued)
Box   4
Milwaukee Manufacturing, 1943
Box   4
Milwaukee Power Equipment, 1940
Box   4
Mueller Furnace Company, 1935
Box   4
Mulder Scraping and Machine, 1953
Box   4
Nash Kelvinator, 1939
Box   4
Nash Motors/Seaman Body - United Automobile Workers (UAW) Jurisdiction, 1934-1939
Box   4
National Enameling and Stamping Company (NESCO), 1937-1954
Box   4
Never-Fail Service, 1941-1944
Box   4
Non-Breakable Button, 1941
Box   4
Paulsen Company, 1950-1952
Box   4
Peterson Cutting Die, 1936-1958
Box   5
Peterson Cutting Die, 1936-1958 (continued)
Box   5
Phoenix Hosiery, 1935-1953
Box   5
Pittsburgh Plate Glass, 1937-1953
Box   5
Red Star Yeast, 1949
Box   5
Charles Schott Machine Company, 1945-1946
Box   5
Seaman Motors, 1945-1950
Box   5
Signal Battery Company, 1944-1945
Box   5
J.W. Speaker Corporation, 1942-1945
Box   5
Standard Brass, 1938-1942
Box   5
Standard Tool and Gage, 1942-1949
Box   5
Sterling Tool, 1945-1949
Box   5
Sturdy Bilt Equipment Corporation, 1943-1945
Box   5
Superior Steel Productions, 1950
Box   5
J.C. Theilacker Company, 1946-1947
Box   5
United Maintenance Engineering Service, 1946
Box   5
Vilter Manufacturing Company, 1939-1943
Box   5
Western Level, 1938-1940
Box   5
Western Machine, 1937
Box   5
Whirlwind, Inc., 1951-1952
Box   5
David White Company, 1937-1948
Box   5
Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing, 1942
Box   5
Wisconsin Tool and Machinery, 1941-1944
Series: Miscellaneous Files
Box   7
National Recovery Act - letters on affidavits, 1933
Box   7
Piecework, 1944-1945
Box   7
La Follette Senate Civil Liberties Committee, 1933-1937
Box   7
Legislative file, 1934-1940
Box   7
Legislation - problems and aids in drafting legislation, undated
Box   7
Machinists' 50th anniversary, 1938
Box   7
Foremen, 1943-1945
Box   7
Industrial Commission - general orders, 1939
Box   7
Hotel and Restaurant Employees v. Wisconsin Employment Relations Board, undated
Box   7
Cases - various, 1942-1945, undated
Box   7
Miscellaneous, 1942-1946, undated
Box   7
Educational conference notes, 1945-1946
Box   7
Metal Trades Council, 1920, 1936-1938
Box   7
Agreements/acknowledgements, 1940-1949
Box   7
New Holstein, Wisconsin, 1937
Box   8
Railway matters, 1921-1940
Box   8
Natural gas matters, 1939-1940
Box   8
Working rules - Maintenance and Erection Machinists, 1922-1972
Box   8
District 10 office correspondence, 1941-1942
Box   8
Reconversion policy, 1945
Box   8
Grand Lodge correspondence (Washington, D.C. office), 1944-1949
Box   8
Harley F. Nickerson correspondence, 1925-1937
Box   8
National War Labor Board decisions, 1943-1944
Box   8
National Labor Relations Board decisions, 1934-1938
Box   8
Chicago Regional Labor Board, National Labor Relations Board, 1934-1936
Box   8
Piecework legislation - State of Wisconsin, 1943-1944, undated
Box   8
Joseph Padway correspondence, 1937
Box   8
Wisconsin Federation of Labor, 1934-1937
Box   8
United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics - current wage developments, 1948-1949
Box   8
Union shop signs (including notebook with handwritten minutes, 1920, by J. Friedrick), 1938-1939
Box   8
Baseball, undated
Box   8
Grand Lodge correspondence, 1938-1939
Box   8
Correspondence - other lodges and unions, 1938-1939
Box   8
General correspondence, 1938
Box   8
Correspondence on National Labor Relations Act, 1939
Box   8
National labor laws, 1937-1939
Box   8
Grand Lodge correspondence - old, 1942-1945
Box   8
Letters, 1942
Box   8
Bureau of Labor Statistics - job descriptions - metalworking industries, second round, June 9, 1944
Box   8
District 10 correspondence, 1939-1941
Box   9
Agreements for attorney's approval, 1948
Box   9
Union agreements and retirement plans, 1951-1959, undated
Box   9
International Association of Machinists (IAM) - leadership school (second year) - resource manual, undated
Box   9
Pamphlets and brochures, 1926, 1937, undated
Box   9
National Labor Relations Board - handbook/rules and regulations, 1939, undated
Box   11
Miscellaneous, 1947-1948
Box   11
Federated Trades Council - meetings, 1937-1940
Box   11
Unemployment compensation
Box   11
Meeting notices, 1949-1959
Box   12
Meeting notices, 1960-1963
Box   12
Notices of hearings, 1948
Box   12
Weekly newsletters, 1944-1947
Box   12
Committee lists, 1949-1950
Box   12
Apprenticeship, 1941-1946
Box   12
Industrial Union Department (IUD) fact sheets, 1957-1964
Box   12
IUD bulletins, 1957-1964
Box   12
Comparative survey of major collective bargaining agreements, IUD Data Center, March 1973
Box   12
Relief funds/balls and dances/benefits, 1930-1938
Box   12
IAM - official circulars
IAM conventions
Box   12
Milwaukee, 1936
Box   12
21st convention, New York City, 1945
Box   13
21st convention, New York City, 1945 - Ray Bailey, lodge no. 1061
Box   13
National/Sixth Regional War Labor Board - press releases/meeting minutes, 1945
National Labor Relations Board cases
Box   13
Correspondence, 1947-1948, undated
Box   13
Cases/wage information, 1946-1947
Box   13
Cases, 1938, 1948, undated
Box   13
Employment Relations Board/Public Service Commission cases, 1946-1947
Box   13
Wisconsin State Council of Machinists - official annual conference program, 1945
Series: Automotive Shops
Box   10
A&A Auto Service, 1946-1941
Box   10
AFL Hudson Motor, 1949
Box   10
Adam Babcock Automotive Service, 1943
Box   10
Allis Auto Body, 1944-1949
Box   10
Atlas Transfer, 1941-1952
Box   10
Bartzen Cartage, 1947-1948
Box   10
Blochowiak Dairy, 1942-1949
Box   10
Central Cadillac, 1943-1948
Box   10
Clover Lane Dairy, 1942-1947
Box   10
Clybourn Street Garage, 1948-1949
Box   10
Dairy agreements, 1942
Box   10
DeBoer Motors, 1952-1953
Box   10
Edwards Motors, 1951
Box   10
Finkler Motor, 1943-1949
Box   10
Germanson Motor, 1944-1949
Box   10
Graham Transmissions, 1950-1951
Box   10
Golden Guernsey Dairy, 1935-1939
Box   10
Haber Auto Service, 1947-1951
Box   10
I.D. Hale Company, 1948
Box   10
Harnischfeger Diesel Division, 1945
Box   10
Humphrey Chevrolet, 1943
Box   10
Kuhl Motors, 1947-1948
Box   10
Kvam Motors, 1941-1948
Box   10
Otto Ladwig and Sons, 1948
Box   10
LaStoffka Buick Company, 1942-1945
Box   10
Lewer, Art, Motor Service, 1945
Box   10
Luckow Engineering, 1949
Box   10
Mack International Truck, 1950
Box   10
Martt and Kamps Service, 1946
Box   10
Dolly Madison Cake, 1948
Box   10
Mercury Motorways, 1947-1952
Box   10
Milwaukee News, 1937-1948
Box   10
Motor Truck Body, 1950
Box   10
National Ice and Coal, 1942
Box   10
Ollie's Ford Service, 1945-1954
Box   10
Packard-Milwaukee Company, 1948
Box   10
Paramount Service Trucking, 1944-1945
Box   10
W.H. Pipkorn Company, 1950
Box   10
Quality Biscuit Company, 1948-1952
Box   10
Royal Typewriter, 1950
Box   10
Pat Ryan Ford, 1949
Box   10
Al Schallock, Inc., 1949-1950
Box   10
South Side Buick, 1943-1945
Box   10
Stein Motor Company, 1949
Box   10
Steinbach-Schlei, 1942-1947
Box   10
Steve's Super Service, 1946-1947
Box   11
William H. Streek Motor Service, 1944
Box   11
Student Transportation, 1943
Box   11
Superior Body and Painting, 1944
Box   11
Phil Sutton Company, 1946
Box   11
Trans America Freight Lines, 1945
Box   11
Vliet Street Motors, 1941-1948
Box   11
Garages - miscellaneous files, 1944-1945
Agreements, 1941
Box   11
Bailey Motor Car Company
Box   11
Bob Maercklein, Inc.
Box   11
Nash West Side Company
Box   11
Schlei-Nelson, Inc.
Box   11
South Side Buick
Box   11
Automotive Mechanics Lodge No. 510 correspondence, 1934-1950
Box   11
Municipal Auto Mechanics Lodge No. 1423, 1938-1941
Box   11
Garages - War Labor Board, 1944-1946