Interviews of Earl and Emily Kidder, 1983-1985

Contents List

Container Title
Part 1 (film call numbers): Films
Physical Description: 98 films (16 mm), 4 films (35 mm), and 1 videorecording 
Series: AFL-CIO General Union Films
CC 566
1968: Labor's Year of Challenge
Note: An AFL-CIO COPE film.
CC 510
1970: The Big One
Note: A film produced for the Committee on Political Education (COPE) stressing the importance of voting in Congressional elections. Film features Al Barkan and George Meany. Meany talks about what it takes to have a successful election; he mentions the COPE voter registration drives, encourages members to donate to COPE, and to vote on election day.
CC 511
AFL-CIO Endorses Mondale, circa 1983
Note: Footage of the AFL-CIO convention where Walter Mondale is endorsed. Also includes footage of Mondale talking to people and answering their questions about the economy, the need for more jobs, housing concerns, and concerns of union-busting.
DD 113
A Conversation at the White House, 1968
Note: AFL-CIO leader George Meany and President Lyndon Johnson in a 1967 discussion at the White House. Topics include: labor issues, educational programs, health care, urban renewal, and foreign policy towards Vietnam.
AB 905
A Personal Commitment, 1970
Note: Film details the step-by-step procedure for conducting an effective voter registration campaign.
CC 567
A Political Message, 1971
Note: An AFL-CIO COPE film produced by Maurer, Fleisher, Zon & Associates. Film critiques Nixon for not keeping his promises and failing working people; discusses how unemployment rates and violent crime rates increased during his administration. Film encourages viewers to vote against Nixon in the 1972 election.
DD 688
A Time of Challenge, 1981
Note: This film was made for the centennial of the AFL-CIO in 1981. It contained a history of the unions, including many early events and leaders.
FH 290
Controlling Interest
CC 568
COPE: Good Work for Democracy
Note: An AFL-CIO COPE film; created and directed by James D. Rogers; narrated by Ned Beatty; and produced by Maurer, Fleisher, Zon & Associates. Film discusses who COPE is, how it came to be, how it operates, and what it hopes to accomplish.
FE 537
Deadline for Action
DD 126
Democracy on Display, 1960
Note: This film documents the Union Industry Show, held in Cleveland, Ohio in 1960. The Show includes manufacturers of food, appliances for the home and industry as well as the products of tradesmen and craftsmen.
AB 925
Each for All, 1959
AC 349
Farm Workers Demonstration
Note: Shots of picketers in front of the Biltmore Hotel.
AC 495
Fight for My Union? Damn Right I Would!, 1978
Note: The intensified campaign of corporate and right-wing forces to break unions and elect anti-labor candidates is described in this film. The rise of corporate political action committees and the implications of the Supreme Court decision permitting the use of corporate treasury funds for political purposes are spelled out. The film outlines ways that union members can organize to fight against these destructive forces.
DD 659
George McGovern biography
DD 112
History of IATSE, circa 1956
CC 484-CC 485
How to Get a Job, Parts 1-2, 1979
Note: From WNET New York, Ford Foundation, Bill Moyers introduction, Series: Bill Moyers Journal. A group of people in a class learn how to get a job.
CB 082
Hubert H. Humphrey, 1977
Note: Labor film with excerpts of Hubert Humphrey's last speech before a union audience at the Minnesota AFL-CIO Convention on September 19, 1977. The Humphrey-Hawkins Bill is featured in the speech.
CC 483
Ill Winds
Note: From the UFCW Department of Education. A Report by the Committee on Public Works, the United States Senate, 89th Congress 2nd? Session (1965-1967); congressional committee meeting about air pollution.
CB 075
Jimmy Carter Speaks to Labor, 1976
Note: Labor film of speeches by George Meany and Democratic nominee Jimmy Carter addressing workers' issues before the AFL-CIO General Board meeting in Washington D.C. on August 31, 1976 to plan strategy for Carter's election.
DD 660
John F. Kennedy's Last Words to Labor, 1963
AE 270
Meany Statement on Repeal of Section 14(b), 1966 January
Note: Statement by AFL-CIO President George Meany on the repeal of Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act. Meany expresses strong opposition to Section 14(b) and believes it should be repealed. Two versions spliced together: one version is about 1 minute; the other version is about 3 minutes.
FE 278
Milestone in Unity: 30th Convention of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, 1966
Nixon: Broken Promises, 1972
Note: COPE film discussing Nixon's failure to keep his campaign promises.
CA 990
First copy
CB 078
Second copy
CC 512
People and Politics, 1962
Note: President George Meany as narrator; film discusses early labor efforts; the Depression; 1932; FDR; Social Security; Taft-Hartley Act; Truman election; right to work laws; Landrum-Griffin; The People's Lobby; registration and voting (old methods, before computers); COPE activities; phone bank; and President Kennedy. Film stresses the importance of voting.
CC 513
Politics of, by and for the People, circa 1960
Note: Film covers several subjects including: politics and rigged tax returns; legal loopholes; capital gains; depreciation allowances; stock option gimmicks; and concludes that individuals must turn to political action to elect legislators to change tax laws.
CA 991
Poverty in the Land of Plenty
Note: Dramatization of a strike at the DiGiorgio Farms in the San Joaquin Valley of California. AFL produced film is an exposé of unfair farm labor practices. Farm laborers have no rights to unemployment compensation, old age, and health benefits. Film shows dramatization of workers beginning to organize.
CC 514
Precincts, People and Power: The Arithmetic of Politics 1966, 1966
Note: Film stresses the importance of voting in Congressional elections. It discusses the progress made after the 1964 election but cautions against voter apathy in non-presidential elections. It also cautions about extremist groups like the KKK and John Birch Society. Film encourages viewers to be politically involved in activities such as voter registration/get out the vote drives; to volunteer in political campaigns; to donate to COPE; and to vote on election day.
DD 661
Presidential Elections 1913-1940s, circa 1948
Note: Film discusses the policies of presidents who served between 1913 and 1940. The film portrays the successes of Democratic administrations and the hardships the nation faced under Herbert Hoover. Film includes election speeches and inaugural footage of Presidents Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, and Governor Thomas Dewey.
CB 080
Right Wing Machine, 1978
Note: Labor film informing union members of the threat from right wing organization and their mouthpieces in Congress. Richard Viguerie, Joseph Coors, Ronald Reagan, and others are singled out for their roles.
CA 662
So You Work in New York, 1950
Note: Explanation of the law in New York for workmen's compensation and disability compensation.
AC 485
Support Stronger Social Security, 1966
Note: Speech by President Lyndon B. Johnson urging people to support recommended legislation increasing and broadening social security benefits. George Meany introduces and concludes film.
FH 295
The Advocates: “Philadelphia Plan,” circa 1970s
Note: An episode from The Advocates, a television show which presented debates on social issues. In this episode the Philadelphia Plan is discussed; the plan was intended to increase the number of minorities employed in construction jobs. This episode is moderated by Michael Dukakis. Leonard Davies, guest advocate, argues in favor of expanding the Philadelphia Plan to all federal and federally-assisted construction projects. Davies is joined by James Jones (UW Law Professor) and Herbert Hill (from the NAACP). Howard Miller argues against expanding the plan; he is joined by Donald Clement, Director of the Office of Civil Rights (AFL-CIO), and Bayard Rustin, civil rights leader and Director of the A. Phillip Randolph Institute.
FE 535
The Awesome Servant, 1961
Note: A film aired on ABC as part of an unidentified series about the impact of automation on meatpacking and automobile industries. Shows Cudahy plant in Omaha, unemployment problems in Detroit, IBM plant and CEO Watson, and members of International Office Workers. Arthur Goldberg and Walter Reuther are interviewed.
CC 486
The Best Is Yet to Be
CC 487
The Endless Harvest
FH 291
The Inheritance (long version), 1964
Note: Describes the history of the labor and civil rights movements in the first half of the twentieth century. Topics addressed include: immigration from Europe, working conditions for children, labor strikes in the 1910s, World War I, the rise of the KKK and the anti-communist Palmer Raid, social reforms of the 1920s, the Great Depression, veterans' protests in Washington, D.C., the rise of the CIO, the rise of the Nazi party in Germany, World War II, and the civil rights protests.
CB 074
The Phony Issue, the Real Issue, and You, 1976
Note: Labor film discussing the phony issue of big government, the real issues facing working Americans, and the role of local committees on political education in mobilizing voters.
FH 292
The Willmar Eight
CC 488
This Union Cause
CB 072
Victims of Veto, 1974
Note: Labor film demonstrating how President Nixon has hurt the American people by using the executive veto and the need to elect a veto proof Congress. George Meany asks union members to work hard and contribute to COPE toward this goal.
AE 283
We Come to Bat, circa 1970
Note: An AFL-CIO COPE film. Film discusses the state of the economy and job markets in the United States, and encourages viewers to elect politicians that AFL-CIO, Committee on Political Education (COPE) supports.
CC 489
We Didn't Want It to Happen This Way
CC 541
We're On Our Way, 1982
Note: The film discusses different sources of energy including coal, nuclear, oil, and natural gas, and increased energy demands. A family is seen using different types of energy at home and at work; and the parents take their daughter to a museum to learn about different energy sources and talk about electrical cars in the future.
CB 073
We the People, 196?
Note: Labor film affirming the unions' position opposing right to work laws and guarding the workers' right to unite.
AE 284
When Wallace Got the Vote, circa 1972
Note

An AFL-CIO COPE film.

Discusses the impact of George Wallace's candidacy on the 1968 presidential election, and urges voters not to support Wallace's bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972. States that Wallace's policies are not favorable to organized labor, and that voting for Wallace will result in Richard Nixon's re-election.

FH 293
With Babies and Banners: Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade, 1978
Note: Film combines archival footage and interviews with participants to trace the role of women in the formation of the United Auto Workers and their involvement in the General Motors Sit-Down strike in 1936-1937.
Series: Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America (AMCBWNA)
AB 926
Chicago International Headquarters Building of the Amalgamated
AC 351
Meat Cutters Union
Note: Shots of union training and interior and exterior shots of the union building.
CC 490-CC 492
Pace Rating, Segments One-Three
FH 294
Stockyards: End of an Era, 1971
Note: Documentary film on the 105-year history of the stockyards in Chicago. The AMCBW together with WTTW (Chicago public TV station) produced the film through a grant from the Amalgamated; the union was led by Patrick Gorman, secretary-treasurer.
Series: Barbers, Beauticians, and Allied Industries International Association (BBAIA)
Note: Films, circa 1970s, are part of a training series designed by the Education Department of the Barbers and Beauticians union. Some films include an introduction and conclusion by the union president, Dick Plum. Films feature an international guest artist/hairstylist who demonstrates how to do different hairstyle techniques (e.g. haircuts, hair coloring). Several films directed by Charles Anfuso, with photographer Greg Croy.
CC 493
Advanced Razor Cut
CC 494
Creative Design in Cut and Color
CC 495
Designing Long Hair
CC 496
International Cut
CC 497
Look Younger - Hair Coloring
Note: Frank Lilley, international guest artist, demonstrates how to do hair coloring. Film explains the benefits of adding hair coloring services to the barber shop.
CC 498
Men's Perm - Greek God Look
CC 499
The Southern Belle
Note: Larry Bryant, guest hairstylist, demonstrates how to do the Southern Belle, a type of wedge cut.
CC 500
The Wedge Theme
Note: Peter Piccolo, guest hairstylist, demonstrates how to do his version of a wedge cut.
Series: Retail Clerks International Union (RCIU/RCIA)
HA 764-HA 766
A Watch for Joe, 1951
Note: The benefits of union membership as told by two men: one belongs to RCIA, one does not. Non-union man loses pay after illness and tries to form union.
DD 002-DD 003
Convention Story: Democracy at Work, 1959
Note: Proceedings of the 23rd international convention. Speakers are shown and part of each speech is included.
DD 005
Democracy in Action, 1963
Note: Film of the 1963 annual convention of the RCIA, marking the union's 75th anniversary. The speakers are all shown and excerpts from some speeches.
George Meany addresses the RCIA, circa 1959
Note: Footage of Meany address to the 23rd RCIA convention, to be used for Convention Story.
AB 898
Archival positive
AB 955
Magnetic sound track (16 mm)
AB 903
Governor Nelson Rockefeller greeting to RCIA, circa 1962
Alternate Format: VBA 685 viewing copy.

Note: New York Governor Rockefeller addresses the RCIA convention on their 75th anniversary.
CA 657
Groundbreaking for RCIA headquarters (Suffridge Building), 1967
Note: Groundbreaking in October 23, 1967 for the Suffridge Building, the Retail Clerks International Association headquarters. The international president (James A. Suffridge) and the vice-president of the union give short speeches.
FE 270
In Order to Form a More Perfect Union, 1967
Note: Footage from the 25th convention of the Retail Clerks International Association. Includes speeches by George Meany (AFL-CIO President), Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, and Secretary of Labor Willard Wirtz.
CA 659
Nixon Visits the RCIA Headquarters, 1970
FE 274
One More Harvest, One More Home: The Odyssey of the American Migrant Worker, 1960
Alternate Format: VHB 687 viewing copy.

Note: Produced for the RCIA.
AB 924
Sears Boycott, 1957
GA 182
Sears Boycott: Lima, Peru, 1957
Note: Picket line in Lima, Peru showing signs with anti-Sears slogans in Spanish. Balloon with anti-Sears slogans handed out to children.
CA 658
Senators' Greetings to the RCIA, 1967
Note: Prerecorded messages to the convention featuring Edmund Muskie, Walter Mondale, Gaylord Nelson, and others.
Senators' Speeches on Unions, 1959
Note: Footage of senatorial speeches to the 23rd RCIA convention taped in their D.C. offices, only a portion of each appeared in Convention Story. Featured are Kuchel, Engle, Morse, Estes Kefuaver, Smathers, John F. Kennedy, Wayne Morse, Stuart Symington, Franck Church, Jacobs Javits, Vance Hartke, and Hugh Scott.
DD 004
Archival positive
DD 123
Magnetic sound track (16 mm)
Series: United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)
DD 131
UFCW meetings and conferences, 1956-1968
CB 067
Kennedy Speaks to Labor, 1960
Note: Film sponsored by the Labor Committee for Kennedy and Johnson. U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy speaks to the 1960 convention of the Chemical Workers' Union. Film includes a short speech by James Roosevelt (son of FDR).
Series: United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPWA)
AB 943
Election, UPWA (Camden, New Jersey) and Campbell Strike
Alternate Format: VBA 685 viewing copy.
AB 907
Ernest Lee addresses the ORIT Labor Seminar, circa 1962
Factory farms, circa 1958
DD 001
First copy
FE 536
Second copy
AB 928
Iowa Beef, circa 1969
Alternate Format: VBA 685 viewing copy.

Note: NBC news film about scabs and UPWA workers on strike at Dakota City, Nebraska. Shows food arriving for strikers at building with UPWA sign.
AB 939
Iowa Farmers Union Parity Expedition, circa 1958
AB 953
National conference: United Packinghouse Workers of America, undated
Note: Silent footage of seated delegates, perhaps at the Palmer House, and speakers from the floor.
AB 927
Parity, 1969
CA 996
People, Automation and Security, circa 1964
Note: UPWA President Ralph Helstein discusses the upcoming contract negotiations with the major meat packing companies.
AB 904
Sanitation: Lettuce and Tomatoes, 1959
CA 993
They Met at the Fair, 1951
Note: Uses the county fair as a backdrop for talking about low earnings for farmers and poor housing conditions for meat packers. The film points to packinghouse management as the cause of farmers' and packinghouse workers' oppression.
CB 066
The Tom Thumb Union Labor Story, circa 1965
Note: Silent footage of union meeting and dinner. Speakers are Tony Dow of Downs Food Company and Sandy Keith, candidate for lieutenant governor of Minnesota (“Presented by United Packinghouse”).
AB 942
They Said Labor Didn't Count, 1947
Alternate Format: VBA 685 viewing copy.

Note: Shows a statewide labor stoppage by CIO union in Iowa in April 22, 1947 as a demonstration of opposition to an anti-union bill before the legislature. Produced by UPWA.
AB 893
They Said Labor Didn't Count, circa 1959
Alternate Format: VBA 685 viewing copy.

Note: UPWA locals #62 and 605 on strike against Wilson Company. Footage of picket lines, Christmas party, meetings, and bargaining sessions.
DD 561
To Serve the People, 1965
Note: Documentary by the United Packinghouse, Food, and Allied Workers Union of America. The union points out the problems causing unemployment and the solutions to create better job security.
CA 995
Uno, Veinticinco, circa 1961
Note: Film about striking farm workers produced by AFL-CIO with cooperation from AWOC and UPWA. Striking farm workers in California's Imperial Valley demand $1.25 per hour wages. Shows picket signs in Spanish, growers trying to stop organizing, and substandard living conditions.
AB 940-AB 941
UPWA District 3 #1-2, circa 1959
DD 662
Wilson & Company strike (UPWA's strike against Wilson & Company), 1959
Note: This silent film focuses on the United Packinghouse Workers of America's strike against Wilson & Company. Picket lines, shacks, the welfare office, and food rations being distributed are shown.
Audio 1379A
Part 2 (Audio 1379A): Audio Recordings
Physical Description: 1604 tape recordings, 36 disc recordings, and 26 wire recordings 
Note: See also Audio Recordings appendix.
1379A/088
#1, undated
1379A/290
#16 Bonus, Russell; at SMI, Full Track, 12:54, undated
1379A/289
#2 Report from RCIA, Full Track, "Working off the Clock," undated
1379A/083
#8, Morning Session, 1959 December 3
1379A/634
1 and 2 Local Union Problems, BA's Institute, 1972 December 2
1379A/796
11 to 12, undated
1379A/1537
12th Constitutional Convention, "Telephone remarks of Senator Hubert H. Humphrey," 1977 December 8
1379A/015
"13 Dollar Stella," 1982 November 11
1379A/1538
13th Constitutional Convention, keynote speech of George Meany, president, 1979 November 15
1379A/758-761
1st Civil rights conference, Atlanta, 1971 December 1-4
1379A/809
1st evaluation, Business Agents Institute, undated
1379A/185
1st Friday of Month Class, 1961 March
1379A/566
27th Convention Beepers, 1977 July
1379A/810
2nd evaluation, Business Agents Institute, undated
1379A/164
393 ETA?, undated
1379A/312
4:28, Bonus Side, Report from RCIA #18, full track, undated
1379A/811
4th evaluation, Business Agents Institute, undated
1379A/814
4th Institute - group process, undated
1379A/813
7th evaluation, Business Agents Institute, undated
1379A/812
8th evaluation, Business Agents Institute, undated
1379A/840-841
A&P, 1963 June 10
1379A/860
A&P, 1964 January 21
1379A/130
A.B.C., Crossler, Seattle, Washington, 1959 November
1379A/129
A.B.C., Lipman, Seattle, Washington, 1959 November 9
1379A/1597-1598
Active Ballot Club, Ronald Reagan radio address, 1948
1379A/235
Adjournment, 1951 January 12
1379A/890
Administration, Professor Andrew H. Spencer, undated
1379A/884
Administration, Wagner and Poole, undated
1379A/817-824
Advanced Officers Training Institute, Chicago, 1971 February 1-5
1379A/825-831
AFL-CIO Education Directors Conference - motivation research, 1958
1379A/082
Afternoon Session, 1959 December 1
1379A/080
Afternoon Session, 1959 November 30
1379A/154
Afternoon Session, Southern Division, reel #3, 1959 October 31
1379A/1379
Albany "Answer person" and "Classroom," undated
1379A/1140-1143
AMC and BW Convention on merger with RCIU, 1979 June 5
1379A/627
AMC and BWNA Convention Bal Harbor, Florida, 1972 August 8
1379A/682
Amcope, Wednesday, undated
1379A/064
American Economic Scene (continued), 1958 January 26
1379A/1646
American Report #17, 1972 August 28-September 2
1379A/1647
American Report #18, 1972 September 11-16
1379A/1648
American Report #19, 1972 October 2-7
1379A/1649
American Report #20, 1972 October 9-14
1379A/1650
American Report #21, 1972 October 30-November 4
1379A/1651
American Report #22, 1972 November 6-11
1379A/1652
American Report #23, 1972 November 27-December 2
1379A/1653
American Report #24, 1972 December 11-16
1379A/1654
American Report #25, 1972 December 18-23
1379A/1655
American Report #26, 1973 January 1-6
1379A/1661
"An Album of Original Melodies" by Patrick E. Gorman, Amalgamated Meat Cutter and Butchers, undated
1379A/024
Annual Conference, 1957
1379A/025
Annual Conference afternoon session, Dr. Sweigel, McDevitt, 1957
1379A/023
Annual Conference afternoon session: Swigert, McDevitt, 1957
1379A/022
Annual Conference, Earl Jimerson, Patrick E. Gorman, Leon Kyserlink, 1957
1379A/652
Arbitration Methods and Procedures, Lee Burkey, 1976 February 3
1379A/902
Arbitration, Joe Jacobs, undated
1379A/901
Arbitration, Moe Ratner, undated
1379A/1380
Arkansas Country Pride actualities, undated
1379A/662
Attitudes and Myths Affecting Relationship between Majority and Minority Groups in Society, undated
1379A/049
Automation - Politics - Strong, undated
1379A/882
Automation and Mechanical, Paul Hampel, undated
1379A/058
"Automation" "Panel Discussion," 1958 February 1
1379A/684
BA and Their Problems, Duane Beeler, undated
1379A/099-100
BA Collective Bargaining II, first session, Joel Seidmann, undated
1379A/101
BA Collective Bargaining II, Steve Harris, undated
1379A/630
BA Institute Mark Arbitration, Alston and Delancy, 1972 December 1
1379A/672
BA Institute, Contract Negotiations by the Business Representatives, Alan Lee, 1977 February 8
1379A/673
BA Institute, Fringe Benefits and How to Cost Them, Jeffrey MacDonald, 1977 February 9
1379A/671
BA Institute, Harry Pools, Pat Gorman, 1977 February 8-11
1379A/666
BA Institute, How to Hold Successful Meetings, Meyer Stoingart, 1977 February 7-11
1379A/664
BA Institute, Operating Effective Local Unions, Joseph Talerico, 1977 February 7-11
1379A/668
BA Institute, Organizing, C. Hayes, 1977 February 7
1379A/665
BA Institute, Problems of the Retail Locals, Anthony "Bud" Lutty, 1977 February 7-11
1379A/124
BA Institute, Servicing Plants and Markets, Paul Hampel Instructor, 1975 March 17
1379A/669
BA Institute, The Business Representative and Their Problems, Harry Kurshenbaum, 1977 February 7-11
1379A/674
BA Institute, Trends in Collective Bargaining, Steve Beckman, 1977 February 9
1379A/670
BA Institute, Union In Perspective, Sam Talarico, 1977 February 7-12
1379A/675
BA Institute, What's Happening in the Packinghouse Field, Charles Fisher, 1977 February 7-11
1379A/667
BA Representative, Updating the Arbitration Process, Lee Burkey, 1977 February 7-11
1379A/230
Baker and Graves; Suffrage Organization, 1951 January 12
1379A/043
Bargaining Under Depression Conditions, 1975 September 24
1379A/1381
Barkley's, Alben, farewell address, 1956 April 30
1379A/157
Ben Crossler, reel #6, 1959 November 1
1379A/852
Bettendorf/Rapp, 1963 August 1
1379A/845-847
Bettendorf/Rapp, 1963 June 20
1379A/862
Bettendorf/Rapp, 1964 January 27
1379A/899
Better Member Participation, H.F. Kern, 1958 May 25
1379A/701
Biography in Sound - John L. Lewis; Highlights 2nd Constitutional Convention, CIO, 1957 December
1379A/420
Bob Karmel, Bob Sewell, Karmel chairs Q&A, undated
1379A/302
Bonus- Local 692, Full Track, Report from RCIA, "A New Organizing Tool," 1973 May
1379A/056
"Brackets and Patterns," John Powderly, 1958 January 31
1379A/084
Broadcast "Watch for Joe," 1958 April 20
1379A/748-754
Business Agent Institute, 1970 November-December
1379A/713
Business Agent Institute - technological changes - John Powderly, 1963 December 13
1379A/785-786
Business Agent Institute, Chicago, 1973 February 7
1379A/787-791
Business Agent Institute, Chicago, 1974 January 7-11
1379A/1539
Bussie, Vic, remarks on right to work, Louisiana, 1979 December 8
1379A/001
Butch, Your Union button, undated
1379A/014
California Black Spots, undated
1379A/832
California Conference - arbitration by Sam Kagle, 1962
1379A/429
Carl Taylor introduction, Housewright Q&A, undated
1379A/425
Carl Taylor, Roland Davis, Herd Galton, undated
1379A/1124
Carolina Food spot, Jesse Jackson announcement, 1994 August
1379A/1383
Carolina Foods Worker Spots, #1-#4, undated
1379A/1125
Carolina Foods, #1, 2, 3 and JJ #4, undated
1379A/188
Central Cutting Conference, 1968
1379A/149-150
Central Division Conference #2-#3, undated
1379A/148
Central Division Conference tapes (Plopper, Crossler, Lippman, Karmel, Meyers, Lipsen), 1959 November 12-13
1379A/151
Central Division Conference, Charles Lipsen, ABC, 1959 November 13
1379A/424
Chairman Miller, undated
1379A/002
Checks in the Mail, 1987 April 6
1379A/480
Chicago Codaphone #1, #5, undated
1379A/349
Chicago High Low Campaign, undated
1379A/640
Collective Bargaining by the Business Representative - Leon Schachter, 1975 March 18
1379A/095
Collective Bargaining II and III, Marvin Hook and Jack Lloyd, undated
1379A/098
Collective Bargaining, Lieberman, undated
1379A/094
Collective Bargaining, Pete Henle, undated
1379A/1626
Columbine Room meeting, 1985 April 10
1379A/360
Committee for National Health Insurance, undated
1379A/359
Committee for National Health Insurance, "The Cost of NHI," Rashi Fein Ph.D., undated
1379A/686
Communication, Professor Hunryaje?, undated
1379A/904
Community Relations - Keller, undated
1379A/215
Composition of RCOA- Forms- Suffrage, 1951 January 10
1379A/1273
Conference, undated
1379A/186
Conference, 1961 May 22
1379A/038
Constitution Committee, 1972 August 2
1379A/040
Constitution Committee, 1972 August 3
1379A/039
Constitution Committee meeting, 1972 August 4
1379A/036
Constitution Committee Meeting Monday, 1972 July 31
1379A/037
Constitution Committee, Americana Hotel, Bal Harbour, Florida, undated
1379A/062
"Contract Clauses" - Jim Wishart, 1958 February 2
1379A/639
Contract In Life of the Local, G. Kanyok, 1975 March 18
1379A/906
Convention, 1959
1379A/1262-1272
Convention, undated
1379A/907-908
Convention, 1960 April 25
1379A/909-910
Convention, 1960 April 26
1379A/911-912
Convention, 1961 May 22
1379A/914
Convention, 1963 June 25
1379A/913
Convention, 1967 July 17
1379A/915
Convention, 1967 July 17
1379A/916-918
Convention, 1967 July 18
1379A/919
Convention, 1967 July 19
1379A/920-921
Convention, 1967 July 20
1379A/922
Convention, 1967 July 21
1379A/932-933
Convention, 1968 July 10
1379A/948
Convention, 1968 July 10-11
1379A/934-935
Convention, 1968 July 11
1379A/936
Convention, 1968 July 11-12
1379A/937-940
Convention, 1968 July 12
1379A/949
Convention, 1968 July 12
1379A/941-942
Convention, 1968 July 2
1379A/943
Convention, 1968 July 3
1379A/944
Convention, 1968 July 5
1379A/945
Convention, 1968 July 6
1379A/923-926
Convention, 1968 July 8
1379A/927-931
Convention, 1968 July 9
1379A/946
Convention, 1968 July 9
1379A/947
Convention, 1968 July 9-10
1379A/968-974
Convention, 1972 August 10
1379A/975-978
Convention, 1972 August 11
1379A/950-954
Convention, 1972 August 7
1379A/955-960
Convention, 1972 August 8
1379A/961-967
Convention, 1972 August 9
1379A/979-983
Convention, 1976 June 1
1379A/984-990
Convention, 1976 June 2
1379A/991-994
Convention, 1976 June 3
1379A/995
Convention, 1976 June 3-4
1379A/996-1000
Convention, 1976 June 4
1379A/1148-1152
Convention, 1979 June 7
1379A/1153-1156
Convention, 1979 June 8
1379A/1194-1195
Convention, 1990 October 28
1379A/1196-1217
Convention, 1990 October 29
1379A/1218-1237
Convention, 1990 October 30
1379A/1241-1242
Convention, 1993 July 26
1379A/1243-1248
Convention, 1993 July 27
1379A/1249-1252
Convention, 1993 July 28
1379A/1253-1258
Convention, 1993 July 29
1379A/1259-1261
Convention, 1993 July 30
1379A/1193
Convention, Admiral Gene LaRocque Speech, 1983, 1993
1379A/1384
"Cookout" and "Bacon" spots, 1985 April 5
1379A/120
COPE Conference, 1963 May 15
1379A/121
COPE First Day, 1963 May 15
1379A/610
Cope Report, 1971 August
1379A/614
Cope Report, 1971 December
1379A/609
Cope Report, 1971 July
1379A/613
Cope Report, 1971 November
1379A/612
Cope Report, 1971 October
1379A/611
Cope Report, 1971 September
1379A/621
Cope Report, 1972 August
1379A/616
Cope Report, 1972 February
1379A/615
Cope Report, 1972 January
1379A/620
Cope Report, 1972 July
1379A/617
Cope Report, 1972 March
1379A/618
Cope Report, 1972 May
1379A/622
Cope Report, 1972 September
1379A/608
Cope Report, AFL/CIO, 1971 May
1379A/619
Cope Report, AFL-CIO President George Meany, 1972 June
1379A/551
Copy #1, Delegate Richard Merca, 1972 July 26
1379A/571
Copy #2, Peter L. Hall - Organizing Committee Report, 1972 July 26
1379A/1127
Copy AEO broadcast tape, Dakota City, Iowa, from I.B.P organizing election campaign, undated
1379A/374
Corpus Christi, Texas, Union Interview members pertaining to Health Care, undated
1379A/416
Country Music, undated
1379A/227-228
Crossler Organization, 1951 January 11
1379A/229
Crossler Organization Concluded; Baker and Graves, 1951 January 12
1379A/1385
Cub Store Radio Spots, undated
1379A/1330
Cumberland, Maryland (UFCW Local 692), undated
1379A/487
D5, Senator Humphrey speech, 1971 May 27
1379A/488
D7, Housewright opening welcome, undated
1379A/1295
Dallas Codaphone, undated
1379A/633
Delany, BA's Institute, Safety, OHSA, 1972 December 1
1379A/1601
Democratic National Convention, Geraldine Ferraro Speech, 1984 July 19
1379A/1600
Democratic National Convention, New York Governor Mario Cuomo speech, 1984 July 16
1379A/1599
Democratic National Convention, Sol C. Chaiken, "Seconding Speech for President Carter," undated
1379A/1287-1288
Denver Actualities, undated
1379A/199
Denver Conference, 1968 March 11
1379A/189
Denver Conference on Iowa Beef Park, 1968 March 12
1379A/1286
Denver Master, 15 60-second spots, undated
1379A/398-400
Denver, Colorado UFCW #7 - Actualities, undated
1379A/346-347
Denver, E. Kennedy, Health Care hearings, 1971
1379A/325
Department State Employees Union #100, Kennedy Hearing, Discussion (continued), 1971 May 17
1379A/326-327
Department State Employees Union #100, Kennedy Hearing, Hearing Witnesses (continued), 1971 May 17
1379A/070
Discussion "Role of Industrial Relations People," 1958 January 29
1379A/019
Discussion on Foreign Trade, undated
1379A/1604
Donahue, Phil, "The Last Word," 1983 January 31
1379A/045
Dr. Baum, 1974 May 23
1379A/631-632
Dr. Bernard Baury?, BA's Institute, 1972 December 1
1379A/021
Dr. Hirming? second time, 1959 April 24
1379A/050
Dr. Philip Foner "Labor, Past-Present-Future," 1966 January 13
1379A/757
E.V. Debs award presentation to Patrick Gorman, 1970 September 17
1379A/514
E5, Housewright-McGovern introduction, 1972 October
1379A/660
Economic and Social Factors Affecting Minority Groups in Society, undated
1379A/048
Education Committee, undated
1379A/794
Education Committee, undated
1379A/721
Educational Committee, 1964?, 1964 July 14-15
1379A/647
Effective Procedure In the Operation of a Local Union, S. Talarico, 1975 September 25
1379A/1658
El Paso, undated
1379A/194
Eric Fromm, 1958 May 7
1379A/073
Evaluation - North West, undated
1379A/873
Evaluation Communications Institute, 1959 January 31
1379A/874
Evaluation Session, Instructors Training Institute, 1969 April 24
1379A/905
"Evaluation Session," 1958 February 3
1379A/112
Evaluation, 1st B.A. Institute, undated
1379A/113
Evaluation, 5th Instructors Training Institute, undated
1379A/1275
Executive Board, 1982
1379A/1276
Executive Board, 1984 February 7
1379A/762-763
Executive Board - introduction of Senator Humphrey and speeches, 1971 May 27
1379A/1277
Executive Board introduction, undated
1379A/515
F3, RCIA 400, sixteen 30-second radio spots, undated
1379A/516
F5, People Drug Election, undated
1379A/517
F6, Peoples Spots, undated
1379A/798
Feinglass dinner, undated
1379A/1641
"Film Publishers," undated
1379A/119
Final Session, Organizers Conference, 1959 May
1379A/179
First section; 14. We Shall Not Be Moved; 15. Roll the Union on; 16. Which Side Are You on, undated
1379A/175-177
Flinglass Alinner?, 1956 October 26
1379A/1386-1387
Flory, Gordon, speech on Idaho's right to work fight, 1981
1379A/047
"Food for Thought" Union Industrial Show, undated
1379A/1238-1240
Food Marketing Institute, Convention, 1990
1379A/853
Fooke Fur, 1963 August 17
1379A/842
Fooke Fur, 1963 June 20
1379A/1374
Fort Smith Actualities, undated
1379A/1373
Fort Smith Actualities - Dayton Actualities, undated
1379A/1388
Fruit of labor: workers want fairness campaign, undated
1379A/445-446
Ft. Smith - Sparks, Local 1583, 1-33, undated
1379A/1372
Ft. Smith, Edited Actualities, undated
1379A/294
Full Track, 11:50, RCIA Report #24?, undated
1379A/295
Full Track, 7:41, Report from RCIA #23, undated
1379A/301
Full Track, RCIA #1, 14:35, Judith Hentges, 1972 May
1379A/496
G10, Baltimore Fact Fone, Tracks 15-19, undated
1379A/481
G12, Muir, Baltimore, Fact Fone, undated
1379A/492
G13, Baltimore Codafone, Local 192, undated
1379A/493
G2, Baltimore Fact Fone, Takes 19-23, undated
1379A/485
G3, Baltimore Codaphone, undated
1379A/503
G3, Baltimore Fact Fone, Takes 15-18, undated
1379A/504
G6, RCIU 692 Baltimore, undated
1379A/501
G8, RCIU 692 Baltimore, undated
1379A/502
G9, Baltimore Fact Fone, Takes 15-19, undated
1379A/807
George McGovern accepts Democratic nomination for president, undated
1379A/1274
"Get on the Bus," Remarks by Dr. Bernie Mitchell to 5th Regular Convention, 2003 August 1
1379A/1478
Getting a grip on a growing problem, undated
1379A/009
Girl Friday Institute the Thinking Process (How To Think), 1965 November 29-December 3
1379A/1639
"Good Men and True," United Hatters, Cap and Millinery Workers International Union, undated
1379A/802-803
Gorman, undated
1379A/207
Gorman conversation with Orear, undated
1379A/678-680
Gorman Speech, Amalgamated Meat Cutters AFL-CIO, undated
1379A/623-625
Gorman, Endorsement of McGovern, 1972
1379A/085
Governor Meyner, undated
1379A/1281-1282
Grand Junction, Colorado City Markets Actualities, undated
1379A/337
Grand Union (New York) - Actualities for Miami, undated
1379A/342
Grand Union Takes, Locals discuss benefits, undated
1379A/655
Grievance Procedures and Union Duties Under Labor Legislation, Charles Orlove, 1976 February 4
1379A/885
Group Discussion - Warnock, undated
1379A/889
Group Leader - Seymour Mandell, undated
1379A/883
Group Process - Agnes Douty, undated
1379A/894
Group Process - Reel 2, Bess Sondel and Frank McCallister, undated
1379A/888
Group Process - Reel 4, Bess Sondel - Part 1, undated
1379A/1645
"Guarding Our Funds," Textile Workers' Union of America, undated
1379A/663
H. Kern, the Power of the Presidency, undated
1379A/692
H. Kern, The Power of the Presidency, The Economy, P. Hampel, undated
1379A/486
H5, Chicago Codaphone #1, undated
1379A/509
H6, Chicago Fact Fone, 4 spots, undated
1379A/510
H7, Chicago Fact Fone, 4 spots, undated
1379A/234
Hanson, Negotiations; Suffrage comments, 1951 January 12
1379A/805
Harold Russell, undated
1379A/209
Harry Acker, editorial reply, 1977 August 15
1379A/1134
Harvest of Shame, undated
1379A/075
Health and Welfare, undated
1379A/059
"Health and Welfare Plans" - Dr. Abrams, 1958 February 1
1379A/114
Health and Welfare, Mike La Rose, undated
1379A/096
Health and Welfare, Roy Munts, undated
1379A/1389
Health Care Radio Spot #1, 1994 July 19
1379A/1390
Health reform spots 1 and 2, undated
1379A/1640
"Healthy, Wealthy and Wise," UPA, 1946
1379A/699
Helumth Kern - introductory remarks on ed. Program of Intl., 1950s
1379A/799
Henry Baze, "Labor in Politics," undated
1379A/1602
Henry Howell campaign for governor of Virginia political spots, undated
1379A/389
Henry Howell for Governor, Virginia Spots, undated
1379A/426
Herb Galton, undated
1379A/1157-1158
Highlights: UFCW Conference, Washington, D.C., 1980 August 25-27
1379A/736
Hilton Hanna address, Memorial to John Swift, Irish Bakers Convention, Dublin, 1966
1379A/213
History, Vail, 1951 January 10
1379A/214
History, Vail; Composition of RCOA, Suffrage, 1951 January 10
1379A/1549-1550
Hormel, undated
1379A/066
"Hormel Annual Wage Plan" - Leonard Lesser and Sam Weiner, 1958 January 27
1379A/1548
Hormel Company - Union TV Discussion, 1977 October 20
1379A/715-716
Hotel and Restaurant Workers, 1963 October 24
1379A/1391
"House of Horrors," undated
1379A/1126
Housewright, McGovern introduction, undated
1379A/1581
Housewright - New York, undated
1379A/385
Housewright on KOKR, channel 13, Rochester, undated
1379A/418
Housewright, Bob Karmel, Joe Finley, undated
1379A/388
Houston, Texas - Actualities, Union Members discuss Health Plan, undated
1379A/381
Houston, Texas - Actualities, Wengarten employees discuss health care, undated
1379A/871
How Management views collective bargaining - Fayette Sherman, 1958 January 27
1379A/091
How to Activate the Member, Agnes Douty, undated
1379A/646
How to Be a Business Representative, Henry Kurshenbaum, 1975 March 21
1379A/690-691
How to Get Reelected, Harry Kurshenbaum, undated
1379A/1643
"How to Handle a Grievance," University of Michigan Extension, undated
1379A/018
How to Handle Plant Closings - Layoffs - Harold Stark (Community Services), undated
1379A/1133
How to Pierce Propaganda Bull/P. Hampel, undated
1379A/891
How to Read Better and Faster, Professor J. Louis Cooper, 1957 June 20
1379A/650
How to Run Local Union, S-T - Pres., 1975 September 23
1379A/111
How to Talk Politics, undated
1379A/105
How to Tell the Union Story, Public Relations, undated
1379A/877
How to Think, Jacob Hirning, 1959 January 24
1379A/895
How to Work with Groups Effectively, Frank Hayman, undated
1379A/896
How to Work with Groups II, Agnes Douty, undated
1379A/1341
Icaza Actuality, UFCW Local 770, undated
1379A/1540
Idaho right to work, 1981
1379A/074
III - Evaluation; Industrial Union Show Skits, 1957 May 13
1379A/382-384
Illinois (Chicago and Vicinity) actualities, members discuss benefits, undated
1379A/1392
"In Memorian," undated
1379A/1637
"In Pursuit of Health," Labor Education Division, Roosevelt College, Chicago, undated
1379A/863
Ind. Retail, 1964 January 28
1379A/836-837
Independent, 1963 June 17
1379A/838-839
Independent, 1963 June 18
1379A/865
Independent, 1964 February 3
1379A/1336
Indianapolis 723, undated
1379A/1337
Indianapolis 725, undated
1379A/1340
Indianapolis 725, undated
1379A/442-443
Indianapolis Actuality Takes, undated
1379A/1635
"Individual Output," Film #3 Vocafilm Supervisory Development Program, New York City, 1946
1379A/401
Individuals discuss career, social benefits relating to their Union membership, undated
1379A/174
Industrial Skit, undated
1379A/170
Industrial Union Show Skit, undated
1379A/173
Industrial Union Skit Show, undated
1379A/459
Indy copy, 8 spots, Too fast, undated
1379A/1335
Indy Introductions, Local 725, undated
1379A/1339
Indy Local 725, undated
1379A/1393
Ingredients - UFCW women, undated
1379A/626
Installation of Interim President Joseph Belsky, 1972 January 3
1379A/782
Installation of president Belsky, Chicago, 1972 January 3
1379A/815-816
Instructors Institute - learning process by Dr. Ruby Franklin, 1969 April
1379A/196
Instructors Meeting, 1957
1379A/731-734
Instructors Training Institute, 1966 February 6-11
1379A/241-242
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, afternoon session, 1977 June 13
1379A/246-247
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, afternoon session, 1977 June 14
1379A/238-240
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1977 June 13
1379A/243-245
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1977 June 14
1379A/248
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1977 June 15
1379A/256
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1979 June
1379A/253
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1979 June 15
1379A/255
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1979 June 15
1379A/254
Insurance Workers International Union 10th Constitutional Convention, morning session, 1979 June 16
1379A/257-259
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 14
1379A/262
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 14
1379A/260-261
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 15
1379A/263-267
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 15
1379A/268-271
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 16
1379A/249-252
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 17
1379A/272-273
Insurance Workers International Union 11th Constitutional Convention, 1979 May 17
1379A/093
Insurance, Pensions, J. Sullivan; Collective Bargaining, J. Wishart, undated
1379A/1662
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, "The Dangers of the Kennedy-Ervin Bill"; J. Hoffa, undated
1379A/107
International Conference, Tape #3, 1961 May 22
1379A/108
International Conference, Tape #4, 1961 May 22
1379A/1394
International Day of Solidarity, Sol C. Chaiken, 1982 January 31
1379A/1551
International Ladies Garment Workers, undated
1379A/773-778
International Meat Workers Conference, Chicago, 1971 May 11-13
1379A/338
Interview of James Housewright, president UFCW, undated
1379A/379
Interviews of Union members, Advocating Union Membership, undated
1379A/422
Introduction by Carl Taylor, Chairman Ed Miller, undated
1379A/212
Introduction - Suffrage History, Vail, 1951 January 10
1379A/1627-1628
Iowa Beef Strike Meeting, Sioux City, undated
1379A/380
Item Price Market Legislation, undated
1379A/1395-1396
It's the Jobs, Stupid!, 1993 December 10
1379A/635
J. Hormel, BA's Institute, 1974 January 3
1379A/1139
J.F. Kennedy on R.C.I.A. (dubbed from sound track of 1963 convention film), circa 1963
1379A/482
J1, Take at Stairs - Lowthers, undated
1379A/484
J15, Dallas Codaphone, undated
1379A/494
J19, RCIU 1460 announcement for newscasts, undated
1379A/483
J2, At Your Service, KMOX St. Louis, undated
1379A/518
J20, AFL-CIO Disney World Commercial, undated
1379A/491
J22, JFK on RCIA, undated
1379A/489
J3, Housewright Indiana, undated
1379A/495
J9, Johnny Got His Gun, undated
1379A/697-698
Jack Lloyd, Pat Gorman, Jim McDevitt, Senator Humphrey, Election of Officers, 1960 June 27-30
1379A/695
Jack Lloyd; Pat Gorman, 1960 May 20, 1960 May 31
1379A/206
James Moffa, undated
1379A/1397-1399
Jesse Jackson, 1990
1379A/808
Jesse Jackson speaks for the International Pension Fund, Miami, undated
1379A/276
Jingle Master, UFCW Song, 1982 August 6
1379A/055
"Job Classification, Description, Evaluation," 1958 January 31
1379A/1400
Job Stress: the hazards and the hopes, 1984
1379A/1479
Job Stress: the hazards and the hopes, undated
1379A/020
Joch? Lloyd, Administrative Institute, 1960 December 9
1379A/419
Joe Finley, Steve Vladeck, undated
1379A/181
John Dunlap-Harvard University, Organizers Conference, 1959 May 19
1379A/1355
John Ingles, Actuality, Local 1059, undated
1379A/792
John Ingles, Local 1059, 1980 July 10
1379A/741-742
John Powderly farewell speech, 1969 January
1379A/1119
Kamber Group - 2 spots, 1985 April 5
1379A/345
Karen Benson, medical technology, undated
1379A/319-320
Kennedy - Hughes Hearing, Des Moines, 1971 May 16
1379A/329-331
Kennedy Hearings #1-#3, undated
1379A/1146
Keynote address, William H. Wynn, 1979
1379A/1605
KMPC Radio, "Hilly Rose, Rick Icaza, Unions Program," 1981 December 2
1379A/835
Kroger, 1963 June 11
1379A/858
Kroger, 1964 January 14
1379A/724
Kroger pension meetings, Local 546, Chicago, 1964 December 13
1379A/723
Kroger pension meetings, Local 546, Chicago, 1964? November 22
1379A/512
L13, monitor spots 153-160, undated
1379A/511
L15, monitor spots 143-150, undated
1379A/513
L16, monitor spots 151, 11 AM news, 1974 February 23
1379A/1588
Labor History - Hawaii, 1977 - Music Only, 1977
1379A/1402
Labor History, Music Only, undated
1379A/1552
Labor Institute of Public Affairs, undated
1379A/1553
Labor Institute of Public Affairs, "It Takes a Union," undated
1379A/126
Labor Law, RCIA Legal Council, Organizing, 1959 November 6
1379A/657
Labor Laws Affecting Internal Union Operations, L. Asher, 1976 February 5
1379A/642
Labor Laws and Business Representative, Les Asher, 1975 March 19
1379A/1401
Labor's Challenge, undated
1379A/1636
"Labor's Challenge," American Federation of Teachers and Jewish Labor Committee, undated
1379A/1403
Land O' Lakes Skuyler Division Actualities, 1984 March 1
1379A/044
Leadership Conference, Chicago, Political Process and Labor, Dick Scammon, 1973 February 5-8
1379A/764-772
Leadership Seminar, Chicago, 1971 October 4-8
1379A/628-629
Leadership Seminar, Chicago, 1973 February 5-8
1379A/784
Leadership Seminar, Chicago, 1973 February 5-8
1379A/797
Legal discussion panel; evaluation, Rase - Hook, undated
1379A/755-756
Legislative and political conference, Washington, D.C., 1970 September 28-30
1379A/726-727
Legislative Conference, Washington, D.C., 1965 June 8-10
1379A/681
Legislative, Monday, undated
1379A/052
Leon Despres, "The Right to Work Laws and Their Effect on Collective Bargaining," 1958 February 3
1379A/033
Les Archer, Argomjen? Conference, 1959 May 5
1379A/683
Les Asher, Labor Laws, BA, NLBB, undated
1379A/218-220
Lippman, 1951 January 11
1379A/221-225
Lippman, Q&A, reading, 1951 January 11
1379A/226
Lippman, Q&A; AM, Crossler, Organization, 1951 January 11-12
1379A/804
Lloyd, 1958
1379A/694
Lloyd; Gorman Convention; Monie Speech - 1st copy; German movie speech III - 1st copy, 1960 June 9
1379A/1353-1354
Local 1059, undated
1379A/1356-1357
Local 1059 - Fact Fone, Columbus, Ohio, undated
1379A/393
Local 1552 FactFone, spots in favor of ratifying contract, undated
1379A/1375-1376
Local 1564, Albuquerque, New Mexico Actualities, undated
1379A/1303
Local 222, Sioux City, Iowa, undated
1379A/376
Local 368 Fact Fone, Texas, undated
1379A/1304
Local 400 Peoples Spots, undated
1379A/1306
Local 400, People's Election, undated
1379A/1308
Local 418, undated
1379A/1313
Local 428 Slide Show, 1982 October 14
1379A/1315-1318
Local 431, undated
1379A/1285
Local 44, 7 Audition spots, undated
1379A/1665
Local 444, 60-second spots, undated
1379A/390
Local 455 Radio Spots, undated
1379A/1321
Local 455, Strike at Guoue?, undated
1379A/1322
Local 462, Lac Cruces, New Mexico, Actualities, undated
1379A/1323
Local 464A Strike, Pathmark Grand Union, undated
1379A/1326
Local 641, Greeley, Actualities, 1989 February 28
1379A/412
Local 692 (Cumberland) #1-5, undated
1379A/1283
Local 7, 1-9, undated
1379A/1284
Local 7, Denver, Colorado, undated
1379A/1342
Local 770 Commercial, undated
1379A/122
Local 78, 1963
1379A/711-712
Local 88 retail contract meeting, 1963 July
1379A/1344
Local 880 Radio Com #1, 2, 3, undated
1379A/1349
Local 899 Actualities, undated
1379A/1348
Local 899, Goleta, California A.M.I. Hospital Program Radio Spots, undated
1379A/1347
Local 899, Goleta, California Actualities, undated
1379A/1350
Local 951 - Introduction #1, undated
1379A/1351
Local 951, Grand Rapids, Michigan Fact Fone, undated
1379A/1404
Local Jingles, 1980 May 28
1379A/800
Local? 595, undated
1379A/404
"Looking Good '83," Local 400, undated
1379A/1405-1427
Louisiana right-to-work fight, undated
1379A/453
Louisiana RTW, Regent to Idaho Union, undated
1379A/057
Ludner; Hy Fish, 1957 January 31
1379A/506
M4, RHV evatone recording, Williamsport III, undated
1379A/507
M5, RHV evatone recording, Williamsport II, undated
1379A/508
M6, RHV evatone recording, Williamsport I, undated
1379A/500
M8, RHV spots - Norfolk, undated
1379A/497-498
M9, RHV evatone, undated
1379A/499
M9, RHV evatone copy, undated
1379A/017
Maintaining Member Loyalty During Trying Times, 1975 September 25
1379A/1120-1122
Mama Campaign, undated
1379A/1431-1445
"Mama" spots with Vicki Lawrence, circa 1986
1379A/1428-1430
"Mama" spots with Vicki Lawrence, 1986
1379A/1446
"Many faces, One Voice: Making a Difference," undated
1379A/843-844
Mar Meat, 1963 June 20
1379A/1447-1448
Marshall, Ray, 1981 March 13
1379A/072
Marvin Hook - Discussion on Strike Organization and Preparation - California Conference, 1962
1379A/417
Maryland - Peoples Store, undated
1379A/539
Master #1, Delegate - Announcement regarding Heart Attack Victim, 1983 August 1
1379A/559
Master #1, Fanfare, 1979 June 5
1379A/583
Master #1, Fanfare, David McDonald, 1977 July 25
1379A/572
Master #1, J.T. Housewright, 1972 July 24
1379A/558
Master #1, J.T. Housewright - Opens Session, 1972 July 26
1379A/550
Master #1, J.T. Housewright - Opens Session, 1972 July 27
1379A/554
Master #1, J.T. Housewright - Opens Session, 1972 July 28
1379A/592
Master #1, President Housewright - Opens Session, 1977 July 29
1379A/562
Master #1, Walter Davis, Special Assistant to the President UFCW, 1979 June 7
1379A/573
Master #10, Demonstration (continued), 1983 August 2
1379A/606
Master #11, President Wynn - Opens Session, 1983 August 3
1379A/538
Master #12, Admiral Gene R. LaRocque, 1983 August 3
1379A/574
Master #13, President Wynn - Introduction to Senator John Glenn, 1983 August 3
1379A/601
Master #14, Report of Constitutional Committee, 1983 August 3
1379A/602
Master #15, President Wynn - Opens Session, 1983 August 4
1379A/535
Master #16, Senator Alan Cranston (continued), President Wynn - Thanks, 1983 August 4
1379A/536
Master #17, Report of Constitution Committee (continued), 1983 August 4
1379A/603
Master #18, Louis Laberge, President, Quebec Labor Federation, 1983 August 4
1379A/604
Master #19, President Wynn, 1983 August 4
1379A/565
Master #2, Al Barkan (continued), 1977 July 29
1379A/589
Master #2, Labor History Presentation, 1977 July 26
1379A/560
Master #2, Mr. McDavid - Remarks, 1979 June 5
1379A/581
Master #2, P.L. Hall - Organization Committee Report, 1972 July 26
1379A/575
Master #2, President Carter - Address, 1979 June 7
1379A/578
Master #2, President Housewright - Keynote Address, 1977 July 25
1379A/555
Master #2, Report of Constitution Committee, 1972 July 27
1379A/549
Master #2, Resolution Committee Report, 1972 July 27
1379A/590
Master #2, Robert Harbrant, 1977 July 28
1379A/569
Master #2, William H. Wynn, President, UFCW, 1983 August 1
1379A/605
Master #20, Mr. McDavid (continued), 1983 August 4
1379A/595
Master #21, President Wynn - Opens Session, 1983 August 5
1379A/596
Master #22, President Wynn - Introduction to Senator Gary Hart, 1983 August 5
1379A/597
Master #23, Report of education and Research Committee, 1983 August 5
1379A/598
Master #24, after Multi-Media to End, 1983 August 5
1379A/593
Master #3, Constitution Committee Report, 1972 July 26
1379A/588
Master #3, Constitution Committee Report, 1977 July 28
1379A/567
Master #3, Earl McDavid (continued), 1972 July 27
1379A/570
Master #3, Mr. Mondale (continued), 1983 August 1
1379A/607
Master #3, Mr. Otero - Remarks (continued), 1979 June 5
1379A/540
Master #3, Mr. Wynn - Keynote Speech, 1979 June 7
1379A/585
Master #3, President Housewright, 1977 July 25
1379A/584
Master #3, Report of International and Foreign Affairs Committee, adapted, 1977 July 26
1379A/557
Master #3, Senator Thomas F. Eagleton, 1972 July 27
1379A/579
Master #3, Thanks Committee Report and Show, 1977 July 29
1379A/564
Master #4, J.T. Housewright - Opens Afternoon Session, 1972 July 25
1379A/556
Master #4, J.T. Housewright - Opens Afternoon Session, 1972 July 27
1379A/544
Master #4, Mr. Hall - Remarks, 1979 June 7
1379A/600
Master #4, Mr. Mc Dermott (continued), 1983 August 1
1379A/599
Master #4, Mr. Wynn - Opens Session, 1979 June 6
1379A/582
Master #4, Norman Hill – Address, 1977 July 25
1379A/580
Master #4, President Housewright - Last part of Introduction, 1977 July 28
1379A/563
Master #5, Delegate Williams Nominates William McGuire for Sec. Treasurer, 1972 July 25
1379A/568
Master #5, J.T. Housewright - Introduction to Pat Greason, 1977 July 27
1379A/545
Master #5, Kathleen O'Reilly, Consumer Federation of America, 1979 June 7
1379A/561
Master #5, Mr. Wynn - Comments, 1979 June 6
1379A/548
Master #5, Nominations continue, 1977 July 26
1379A/586
Master #5, President Housewright, 1977 July 28
1379A/594
Master #5, President Wynn - Regarding Multi-Media History of UFCW, 1983 August 1
1379A/552
Master #6, Constitution Committee Report, 1972 July 27
1379A/576
Master #6, Mr. Lutty - Open Session, 1983 August 2
1379A/587
Master #6, Report of Constitution Committee, 1977 July 28
1379A/553
Master #7, Constitution Committee Report, 1972 July 27
1379A/591
Master #7, Report of Constitution Committee, 1977 July 28
1379A/537
Master #8, Mr. Perkins (continued), 1983 August 2
1379A/577
Master #9, President Wynn Opens Afternoon Session, 1983 August 2
1379A/546
Master A, Mr. Wynn - Opens Session, 1979 June 8
1379A/542
Master B, Althea Simmons, NAACP - Remarks, 1979 June 8
1379A/543
Master C, Mr. Wynn, Introduction to Ralph Nader, 1979 June 8
1379A/547
Master D, Caesar Chavez, Farm Workers Union, 1979 June 8
1379A/541
Master E, "Labor: the Untold History," 1979 June 8
1379A/1542
Meany, George, last speech and Lane Kirkland's eulogy of Meany, undated
1379A/879
Meat Packaging, undated
1379A/092
Mediation and Conciliation, George Bennett, undated
1379A/341
Medical technicians, ambulance paramedics, Duluth, interviews, 1975
1379A/795
Meeting of Iowa beef strikers/Hart/Lloyd, undated
1379A/090
Member Responsibility, Chuck Sturgeon, undated
1379A/738-739
Membership Relations Strike Program (Picket Line), Local 429, 1968 August 18
1379A/392
"Message from the President," William Wynn, undated
1379A/372-373
Michigan, Meijers Organizing Campaign, undated
1379A/344
Minnesota Pharmacists Actualities, undated
1379A/661
Minority Groups Before the Law, undated
1379A/659
Minority Groups within our International Union, undated
1379A/1346
Missouri - Delta Community Hosp. Local 896 - WKSM - Sikeston, Montana, 1978 August 21
1379A/012
Missouri Review radio spots, undated
1379A/1449-1457
Missouri right-to-work fight, undated
1379A/1458-1460
Mofort organizing drive, 1980
1379A/1371
Molim? - No. 1-7, undated
1379A/200
Morning, 1963 May 17
1379A/081
Morning Session, 1959 December 1
1379A/079
Morning Session, 1959 November 30
1379A/198
Morning, G. Mennem Williams, afternoon session, 1963 May 17
1379A/1325
Moufort - Local 641, Greeley, Colorado, undated
1379A/053
Mozart Ratner - Arbitration Part II, undated
1379A/118
Mozart Ratner, Organizer's Conference, 1959 May 5
1379A/1638
"Mr. Fraud - The-Right-to-Work Man," AFL Department of Education, undated
1379A/534
Mr. Lutty Introduction to Shirley Carr, Vice President, 1983 August 2
1379A/1666
"Musical Gems" album set; selected Patrick Gorman Compositions arranged by William "Billy" Taylor; Tower Records, undated
Physical Description: 5 10-inch discs 
1379A/490
N1, RCIA in Vancouver, undated
1379A/505
N1, RCIA in Vancouver, undated
1379A/651
National Packinghouse Conference Pick - Congress Hotel, 1976 January 22
1379A/745-746
National pension plan meeting, 1969 May 16
1379A/728-730
National Retail Conference, 1966 September 9-11
1379A/833-834
National Tea, 1963 June 5
1379A/859
National Tea, 1964 January 16
1379A/645
New BA Institute, B.A. and Their Problems, D. Beeler, 1975 March 21
1379A/649
New Frontiers for the Labor Movement, James Kennedy, 1975 September 23
1379A/127
New Labor Law, RCIA - Legal Council, 1959 November 6
1379A/117
New Methods in Organizing, Allan Kistler, undated
1379A/1461
New Mexico right-to-work fight, undated
1379A/1462-1464
New Orleans, Louisiana, actualities, undated
1379A/134-140
New York Division Conference #2-#8, undated
1379A/848-850
Night Men, 1963 June 27
1379A/377
Nixon Resignation Speech, undated
1379A/676
NlRR Elections - Les Asher, Organizers Institute, 1977 March 31
1379A/203
No Drugs!, NIMH Anti-Drug Abuse Radio Spots, undated
1379A/296
No. 4, Jelleff Employees, RCIA Report #4, 1972 August
1379A/128
Northwestern Division Conference Tapes, Seattle, Washington (O'Keefe, Lipsen, Lippman, Crosser), 1959 November 9-10
1379A/1609
NPR, 2003 August 1
1379A/1608
NPR WAMU Radio, 1987 May 4
1379A/1606
NPR WAMU Radio, 1990 October 22
1379A/1607
NPR WAMU Radio, 1992 June 16
1379A/1611
NPR, Perdue Chicken and Repetitive Motion Syndrome, 1989 March 4
1379A/1610
NPR, Steelworkers vs. Food Workers, undated
1379A/1465
O Canada, undated
1379A/1554
Off Center, 1994 Spring
1379A/1555
Off Center, 1994 Summer
1379A/1556
Off Center, 1994 Winter
1379A/1557
Off Center, 1995 Summer
1379A/1543
Ohio proceedings, 1980 June-July
1379A/1466
Olwell, Bill, Interview, undated
1379A/703
One-day community services institute, Local 547, 1958 March
1379A/063
Opening Orientation; American Economic Scene, 1958 January 25
1379A/078
Opening Session, 1971 May 11
1379A/211
Operation Success, undated
1379A/233
Organization Concluded; Hanson, Negotiations, 1951 January 12
1379A/142-144
Organizational Conference, 1959 October 24
1379A/700
Organizers conference - speeches by Jimerson, Gorman, Poole Ratner, 1957
1379A/779-781
Organizers Conference, Chicago, 1971 December 6-7
1379A/116
Organizers Conference, Wages and Workloads, J. Powderly, 1959 May
1379A/892-893
Organizing - Irving Stern, undated
1379A/071
Organizing - Marvin Hook, undated
1379A/876
Organizing - Strikes - No. 11, Harry Poole, undated
1379A/875
Organizing - Strikes, Harry Poole, 1959 March 5
1379A/1474
Organizing Update, undated
1379A/1467-1473
Organizing Update, No. 1-No. 8, undated
1379A/644
Organizing, H. Poole, 1975 March 20
1379A/864
Outstate, 1964 February 2
1379A/869
P.E.G. before B.A. of Union Administration, 1960 December 8
1379A/1136
P.E.G. COPE (Support McGovern), undated
1379A/1138
P.E.G. Film No. 1, undated
1379A/1137
P.E.G. first movie - copy, undated
1379A/1616
Packing Conference, 1981 October 22
1379A/1625
Packing Conference, 1981 October 22
1379A/1623-1624
Packing Conference, 1981 October 23
1379A/076
Packinghouse, May 23
1379A/089
Packinghouse Conference, 1968
1379A/897
Parliamentary Procedure, Sig Moody, undated
1379A/696
Pat Gorman, 1960 February 26
1379A/339
Patchoke? A&P and Industy, Hook and Cohn, undated
1379A/205
Patrick E/ Gorman Dedication, Weizman Institute, 1966
1379A/737
Patrick Gorman and Meyer Weisgal (Weizman Institute), Chicago, 1967
1379A/735
Patrick Gorman, dedication at Weizman Institute, Rehovoth, 1966
1379A/237
Paul Harvey, 1950 October 16
1379A/236
Paul Milling, Transcribed Action Meeting, Webster Hall, undated
1379A/097
Pension and Health and Welfare, Ted Russell, 1960 December
1379A/060
"Pension Plans" - Hans Lehman, 1958 February 1
1379A/011
People at Read's Speak Retail Store Employees Union Local 692, undated
1379A/887
Personnel and Staff Problems, Yoxall, Inland Steel, 1960 December
1379A/693
PES III Film Original, 1960 June 9
1379A/343
Pharmacists support California union locals 391, 770, undated
1379A/867-868
Planning and Preparation - Kern, B.A., 1960 December
1379A/028
Planning for Local Financing During An Economic Crisis, 1975 September 22
1379A/1612
PLRS radio station, David Ryan Interview, Akron, Ohio, undated
1379A/1179-1182
Political and Women's Affairs Conference, 1982 September 23
1379A/1183-1185
Political and Women's Affairs Conference, 1982 September 24
1379A/1186-1188
Political and Women's Affairs Conference, 1982 September 25
1379A/1189-1192
Political and Women's Affairs Conference, 1982 September 26
1379A/013
Political Information Committee of Louisiana Unions, undated
1379A/1314
Political Outtakes, Members of UFCW Local 431, undated
1379A/658
Political Process as MNS of Improving Stat. Minority Groups, undated
1379A/1475
Portland, Oregon, Meyers Actualities, undated
1379A/725
Position on ballot for confidential 21st International Convention, 1964 June 7
1379A/1476-1477
Poultry exercise, tape 1-2, undated
1379A/029
Prep for White House Visit, undated
1379A/031
Prep Visit to White House, undated
1379A/638
Preparation For a Good Contract - J. Proston, New BA, 1975 March 18
1379A/051
Preparation, Organizing Conference, Handbills - Ken Young, 1969 May 6
1379A/654
Preparing Arbitration Cases - Chuck Orlove, 1976 February 4
1379A/643
Preparing for Strikes and Layoffs, 1975 March 20
1379A/195
Presidency announcement, 1957 October 14
1379A/324
Press Conference on National Health Security Act, 1971 January 20
1379A/1541
Press Conference, Boise, Idaho, 1981 November 19
1379A/067
Problem and Its Background; Workshops on how to draw on special resources, 1958 January 28
1379A/197
Professor Kissinger, 1959 December 2
1379A/747
Professor Moab - problem solving; Paul Hampel - servicing plants and markets, 1969 September 13
1379A/743-744
Professor Samkey - use of questions in group discussion; Bess Sondel, 1969 April
1379A/881
Public Relations - Irwin Klass, undated
1379A/102
Public Relations and How to Tell the Union Story, Saul Miller, undated
1379A/103-104
Public Relations, Arnold Mayer, undated
1379A/806
Q&A session about unions, undated
1379A/900
Questioning Methods, Sklar, undated
1379A/878
Questions - Frank McCallister, 1959 April 20
1379A/168
R. Delany?, undated
1379A/133
R.C.I.A. Meeting, New York Division Conference, 1959 November 23
1379A/1001
R1, 1976 December 20
1379A/439-440
R1, Joliet, 1453, WJOL Radio, undated
1379A/457
R10, Fact Fone Local 951, Lansing Michigan #2, undated
1379A/1062
R100, Disney World Slide Show, undated
1379A/1063
R101, Fess Parker Ad Lib, undated
1379A/1064
R102, Perdue Workers Organizing Committee, undated
1379A/414
R103, URW Fact Fone #16-22, undated
1379A/1065
R107, Labor History Corrected, 1981 July 20
1379A/1066
R108, Disney World Slide Show, undated
1379A/458
R11, Fact Fone 751, Ann Arbor, Michigan, undated
1379A/1067
R110, UFCW Local 328A, undated
1379A/1068
R111, UFCW Local 328A, undated
1379A/408
R112, Phil Rosenthal - various instrumentals master, undated
1379A/430
R112, Phil Rosenthal, Mix of Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, undated
1379A/1069-1070
R112, Various Instrumentals, undated
1379A/405
R113, Disney World (Parker), undated
1379A/1071
R114, Disney World (Parker), undated
1379A/1072
R116, "Washington Ronald McDonald House," 1982 January 11
1379A/1073
R117, Local One, Local 770 cuts, undated
1379A/1074
R118, UFCW Local 1 and Local 770, undated
1379A/1075
R119, Music for Local One, Local 770 spots, undated
1379A/1002
R12, Gravel Spot Package, undated
1379A/455
R12, RCIU 951 Meijers organizing Campaign Fact Fone, undated
1379A/469
R12, RCIU Meijers organizing campaign Fact Fone, undated
1379A/1076
R120, United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1, undated
1379A/1077
R121, UFCW Local 44, undated
1379A/1078
R122, Local 328, undated
1379A/407
R122, UFCW Local 328, undated
1379A/1079
R123, UFCW Local 1288, undated
1379A/1080
R124, UFCW Local 1288, undated
1379A/1081
R125, Roley 1-7, Local 1288, undated
1379A/1082
R126, UFCW Local 40, undated
1379A/1083
R127, UFCW Local 271, undated
1379A/1084
R128, Local 271, undated
1379A/1085
R129, UFCW Local 234, undated
1379A/447
R13, Foodway (Winn-Dixie) actualities Boycott, undated
1379A/1086
R130, UFCW Local 234, undated
1379A/1087
R133, UFCW Local 655, 1983 January 6
1379A/1088
R134, UFCW Local 1439, undated
1379A/1089
R135, UFCW Local 1687, 1983 January 21
1379A/1090
R136, Local 428, undated
1379A/1091
R137, Local 428 Slide Show, undated
1379A/1092
R138, Local 428 Slide Show, undated
1379A/448
R14, Foodway (Winn-Dixie) actualities Boycott, undated
1379A/1093
R140, UFCW Boise, undated
1379A/1094
R141, UFCW Radio (Boise), undated
1379A/1095
R142, UFCW "Locals 1614 and 368A," 1983 January 21
1379A/1096
R143, IBP Beepers, undated
1379A/1097
R144, IBP Beeper, undated
1379A/1098
R145, UFCW Music Master Tape, undated
1379A/1099
R146, UFCW Canada Local 1600, 1983 January 6
1379A/1100
R147, UFCW Canada Local 1600, 1983 January 6
1379A/1101
R148, UFCW Jingle 1-4, undated
1379A/1102
R149, Local 40, undated
1379A/449
R15, Foodway (Winn-Dixie) actualities Boycott, undated
1379A/1103
R150, UFCW Local 40, undated
1379A/1104
R151, Saginaw UFCW, undated
1379A/1105
R152, Flint UFCW, undated
1379A/1106
R153, Flint UFCW Local 40, undated
1379A/1107
R154, UFCW Locals 40 and 539, undated
1379A/1108
R155, UFCW Local 7 (Grand Junction, Colorado), undated
1379A/1109
R156, UFCW Local 7, undated
1379A/1110
R157, UFCW Local 7, undated
1379A/1111
R158, City Markets - Local 7, undated
1379A/409
R158, UFCW local 7 (city markets leftovers), undated
1379A/1112
R159, UFCW Soup Cassette, undated
1379A/450
R16, Foodway (Winn-Dixie) actualities Boycott, undated
1379A/1113
R160, Benjamin Hooks - UFCW Conference, 1982 September 24
1379A/1114
R161, UFCW-VOC Coordinators Meeting, 1982 June 26
1379A/1115
R162, UFCW and SEIU Press Conference, 1983 January 27
1379A/451
R17, Foodway (Winn-Dixie) actualities Boycott, undated
1379A/452
R18, Foodway (Winn-Dixie) actualities Boycott, undated
1379A/463-464
R19, RCIU 1540 Radio Spots, undated
1379A/478
R19, RCIU 1540 Radio Spots, undated
1379A/465
R20, RCIU 896 Radio Spots, undated
1379A/477
R20, RCIU 896 Radio Spots, Marion, Illinois, undated
1379A/1003
R21, Local 7, undated
1379A/1004
R22, Local 7, undated
1379A/436
R23, Denver Local 7 Radio, Spots 1-15, undated
1379A/1005
R23, Local 7, undated
1379A/438
R24, Mouton Beepers (jobs, industry, tax freeze), undated
1379A/456
R25, AFL-CIO labor Studies, undated
1379A/468
R26, "A History RCIA and American Labor," undated
1379A/460
R26, "A History: RCIA and America Labor," 1977 June
1379A/467
R27, RCIA 725 Indianapolis Radio Spots, undated
1379A/441
R29, RCIU 1583, FT. Smith Actualities, undated
1379A/479
R29, RCIU 1583, Ft. Smith, Arkansas Sparks Hospital Campaign, undated
1379A/466
R3, RCIA Consumer Corner, undated
1379A/461-462
R31, RCIU 1470, Moline, Illinois, Lutheran Hospital Organization campaign, undated
1379A/1006
R33, Local 896, undated
1379A/1007
R34, Local 44, undated
1379A/437
R35, Local 1552 Fact #22-23, undated
1379A/1008
R35, Locals 1552 and 430, undated
1379A/1009-1010
R36, Missouri R.T.W Spots, undated
1379A/1011
R38, Wyoming State AFL-CIO, undated
1379A/1012
R39, Wendell Young Actualities, undated
1379A/476
R39, Wendell Young actualities, Local 1357 jingle, undated
1379A/475
R4, RCIU 1552 Rikes Elections, undated
1379A/1013
R41, Right to Work - New Mexico, undated
1379A/1014
R42, Right to Work - New Mexico, undated
1379A/1015
R44, PIC Message on Radio Campaign, undated
1379A/1016
R45, Poodle Chandler; RTOC Jonesboro, Louisiana, undated
1379A/1017
R46, Advisory Committee, undated
1379A/1019
R48, Children's? Hospital; David Reines?, Jeff, undated
1379A/1018
R48, Louisiana Review, 1980 March 5
1379A/473-474
R5, RCIU 725, Consumer Corner, undated
1379A/1020
R50, Local 692, undated
1379A/1021
R51, Mausfield Local 31, undated
1379A/1022
R52, Local 1059, undated
1379A/1023
R53, Local 1059, undated
1379A/1024
R54, Local 1059, undated
1379A/1025
R55, Local 1059, undated
1379A/1026
R56, Local 1059, undated
1379A/1027
R57, Local 1059, undated
1379A/1028
R59, Nardliuper? Beeper, undated
1379A/472
R6, RCIU 725 organizing spots, undated
1379A/1029
R60, Radio 7 Labor, 1980 June 6
1379A/1030
R61, Radio 7 Labor, 1980 June 6
1379A/1031
R62, Local 462, undated
1379A/1032
R63, UFCW Local 462, undated
1379A/1033
R64, Local 1564 Radio, undated
1379A/1034-1035
R66, Local 431, undated
1379A/1036
R69, UFCW Conference "Highlights," 1980 September 4
1379A/471
R7, RCIA slide program/audio portion, 1977 April 19
1379A/1037-1038
R70, UFCW Conference, undated
1379A/1040
R71, Retail Food Conference Review, undated
1379A/1041
R72, Retail Food Conference Review, undated
1379A/1039
R73, The Plastic Record I, undated
1379A/1042
R74, UFCW Seminar for Chief Executive Officers, undated
1379A/1043
R75, Retail Food Conference Workshop, undated
1379A/413
R76, Garman poem on FDR, undated
1379A/432
R78, Guitar Music, labor songs master, 1980 August 15
1379A/454
R8, RCIU labor history presentation (Wm. Wynn), undated
1379A/470
R8, RCIU labor history presentation (Wm. Wynn), undated
1379A/1044
R80, Local 899, undated
1379A/1045
R81, Local 899, undated
1379A/1046
R82, Local 899, undated
1379A/1047
R83, Local 899, undated
1379A/1048
R84, Local 899, undated
1379A/1049
R85, Local 899, undated
1379A/1050-1051
R86, Local 899, undated
1379A/1053
R87, Local 899, undated
1379A/1052
R88, Local 899, undated
1379A/1054
R90, undated
1379A/1055
R91, UFCW/Local 322, undated
1379A/1056
R92, UFCW Local 385, undated
1379A/1057
R93, Edwin Schmidt, Director, 1980 December 16
1379A/1058
R94, David Ryan, undated
1379A/1059
R95, "A Businessman Talks About and Labor - Management? Consultant," undated
1379A/1060
R96, "A Businessman Talks About and Labor - Management? Consultant," undated
1379A/1061
R97, AFL-CIO Labor New Conference, undated
1379A/433
R98, Idaho AFL-CIO RTW Spots 1-20 master, undated
1379A/434
R99, Idaho State AFL-CIO tags, undated
1379A/1482
Radio and Labor, 1980 June 6
1379A/1302
Radio Spots UFCW Local 340, undated
1379A/1338
Radio Spots: 4 Local 725, 4 Consumer Corner, 3 dramatized, 2 actualities, undated
1379A/1483
Raley's organizing drive radio spots, undated
1379A/1362
Raley's ULP 1-7, undated
1379A/1484
Ramsey, Mildred, super supervisor, 1989
1379A/034
Ratner #2, undated
1379A/300
RCIA #3, 9:42, Housewright on payboard, 1972 July
1379A/315
RCIA #8, 1, 9:23; 2, 5:12, 1972 December 1
1379A/519-522
RCIA 26th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1972 July 24
1379A/526
RCIA 26th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1972 July 24
1379A/523-525
RCIA 26th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1972 July 25
1379A/527-528
RCIA 26th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1972 July 28
1379A/529
RCIA 27th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1977 July 25
1379A/530-531
RCIA 27th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1977 July 26
1379A/532
RCIA 27th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1977 July 27
1379A/533
RCIA 27th Constitutional Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1977 July 28
1379A/411
RCIA in Madison, Local 1401, #1-4, undated
1379A/1587
RCIA Jingle, 1956
1379A/1307
RCIA News, Local 400/Peoples, undated
1379A/298
RCIA Report #13, 8:40, 7:18 Bonus, 1973 May 8
1379A/1664
RCIA special monitor spots, undated
1379A/274
RCIA, 1 and 3, 9:23; 2 and 4, 5:12, 1972 December 1
1379A/336
RCIA, 10:30, 1972 July 24
1379A/335
RCIA, Traat 1-3 Report #5 12:20, 2-4 "Bonus" 7:51, 1972 August 17
1379A/311
RCIA, Two Track, 1 #20, 9:15, 2 #21, 5:38, 1974 May 20
1379A/1589
RCIU 27th Convention Music for WVU Labor History, undated
1379A/375
Read Stores employee testimony, undated
1379A/1328
Reads Organizing Campaign, Local 692, Baltimore, Maryland, undated
1379A/444
Reads Organizing, Barbara Cherry and Co., Al C? Q&A, El Paso Recording, undated
1379A/1485
Reagan vs. Reagan, undated
1379A/1332
Reeds - 1 Cherry and Co., 2 A Kinan? Q&A, 3 El Paso, undated
1379A/369
Reeds Actualities Local 192, undated
1379A/1331
Reed's Drugstore Campaign Baltimore, undated
1379A/421
Reel #5 - Half Track, undated
1379A/003
Register to Vote, 1987 April 6
1379A/145-147
Religion and Labor Foundation Dinner and 1958 Social Justice Award, 1958 November 13
1379A/1147
Remarks of President Jimmy Carter, 1979 June 7
1379A/279
Report #10, 1 and 3, 8:40; Bonus 2 and 4, 6:07, 1973 February 5
1379A/402
Report from Local 7, undated
1379A/1575
Report from RCIA, undated
1379A/1582
Report from RCIA, undated
1379A/306
Report from RCIA #11, 1973 March
1379A/299
Report from RCIA #12, 7:30, 1973 April
1379A/303
Report from RCIA #13, 8:40, "Mel Stack on the ADVOCATE," 1973 May
1379A/291
Report from RCIA #14, "Public Assistance for Strikers," 7:51, undated
1379A/282
Report from RCIA #15, Full Track, 8:50, undated
1379A/284
Report from RCIA #16, RCIA Scholarships, Full Track, 5:37, undated
1379A/285
Report from RCIA #17, Full Track, undated
1379A/286
Report from RCIA #18, Full Track, undated
1379A/287
Report from RCIA #19, Full Track, "New Monitor Approach," undated
1379A/288
Report from RCIA #20, "New Fringe Benefits," Full Track, 9:15, undated
1379A/305
Report from RCIA #21, "NHI - When and What?," full track, 5:38, undated
1379A/304
Report from RCIA #22, The Professional Division, full track, 4:48, undated
1379A/1561
Report from RCIA #4, 1972 August
1379A/1562
Report from RCIA #4, Jelleff Employees, undated
1379A/1563
Report from RCIA #5, 1972 September
1379A/309
Report from RCIA #5, 12:20, edited for Canada, Housewright at Convention, 1972 September
1379A/1564
Report from RCIA #6, 1972 October
1379A/1565
Report from RCIA #7, 1972 November
1379A/314
Report from RCIA #7, 5:32, Famous Quotes About Unions, 1972 November
1379A/310
Report from RCIA #9, 8:00, Membership Benefits Department, 1973 January
1379A/415
Report From RCIA Bonus, "Talkin' RCIA," 7:51, #5, undated
1379A/1568
Report from RCIA No. 10, 1973 February
1379A/1569
Report from RCIA No. 11, 1973 March
1379A/1570
Report from RCIA No. 12, 1973 April
1379A/1571
Report from RCIA No. 13, 1973 May
1379A/1572
Report from RCIA No. 14, Public Assistance for Striker, undated
1379A/1573
Report from RCIA No. 15, Kroger at SMI, undated
1379A/1566
Report from RCIA No. 8, 1972 December
1379A/1567
Report from RCIA No. 9, 1973 January
1379A/1585
Report from RCIA, "Two Revolutions," undated
1379A/1577
Report from RCIA, ABC Reports, undated
1379A/1583
Report from RCIA, Automated Checkstand, undated
1379A/281
Report from RCIA, Bonus, 5:12, 1972 December
1379A/297
Report from RCIA, Bonus, 6:15, 1973 January
1379A/283
Report from RCIA, Bonus, Humphrey, 7:40, undated
1379A/1584
Report from RCIA, John Stanley ... Bo Peep, Gunga Din, undated
1379A/1580
Report from RCIA, lone version, undated
1379A/1576
Report from RCIA, Monitor Report, Codaphone, undated
1379A/1579
Report from RCIA, New Fringe Benefits, NHI - When and What?, undated
1379A/1578
Report from RCIA, New Monitor Approach, undated
1379A/1586
Report from RCIA, Professional Division, undated
1379A/1574
Report from RCIA, RCIA Scholarships, Russell at SMI, undated
1379A/123
Report Session, 1963 May 16
1379A/004
Respect, 1987 April 5
1379A/1656-1657
Retail Clerks International Association Singing Commercial, 1956 August 7
1379A/333
Retail Clerks International Association, Report from RCIA, 1972 April 10
1379A/323
Retail Clerks International Association, Washington Hilton, ABC Membership and Funds Region 3, 1972 January 27
1379A/328
Retail Clerks International Association, Washington Hilton, Current Legislative and Political Issues Seminar, Region 3, 1972 January 27
1379A/332
Retail Clerks International Association, Washington Hilton, Current Legislative and Political Issues, Region 2, 1972 January 27
1379A/321-322
Retail Clerks International Association, Washington Hilton, Registration and Get-out-the-vote Seminar, 1972 January 27
1379A/1560
Retail Clerks International Union Report, 1972 July
1379A/1559
Retail Clerks International Union Report, 1972 June
1379A/1558
Retail Clerks International Union Report #1, 1972 May
1379A/010
Retail Clerks Singing commercial, 1956
1379A/1663
"Retail Clerks Spots," undated
1379A/1660
Retail Clerks Union Speech, Shreveport, 1960 September 22
1379A/334
Retail Clerks, Working Off the Clock, 1972 May 9
1379A/705-710
Retail Conference, 1961 May 23
1379A/183
Retail Conference; afternoon session, 1961 May 23
1379A/1329
Retail Food Conference Review, undated
1379A/1159-1162
Retail Food Conference, Houston, Texas, 1980
1379A/677
Rev. Jesse Jackson, UFCW Conference, 1982 September 24
1379A/1486
Ricker Boston Demonstration, undated
1379A/366-368
Rikes Stores Unionization, Dayton, Ohio, undated
1379A/427
Ro Davis, Howard Simonoff, undated
1379A/068
Robben Fleming; "Report Session," 1958 January 28
1379A/370-371
Robert Hall Village Union Conflict, undated
1379A/069
"Role of Industrial Relations People," 1958 January 29
1379A/162
"Role of International Union," 1958 January 29
1379A/054
Role of Local Union - Part II, 1958 January 29
1379A/035
Role Playing, 3 Step, undated
1379A/740
Roy Wilkins, merger, Ed. Comm. Report, 1968 August 9
1379A/1487
Safeway, undated
1379A/386
Salem Mall - Rikes Store, Dayton Rikes Radio Spots, undated
1379A/851
Salesmen, 1963 July 16
1379A/855
Salesmen, 1963 September 24
1379A/1613
Sane Media Productions, "Consider the Alternatives: the Deindustrialization of America," undated
1379A/156
Saturday Afternoon; Sunday Morning, reel #5, 1959 October 31-November 1
1379A/131
Saul Lipman, "Labor," 1959 November 10
1379A/861
Schnucks, 1964 January 22
1379A/1488
Schulze, Max Gregory, UFCW songs, 1987
1379A/1489-1491
Seattle, Washington, actualities and interview, 1989
1379A/132
Seattle, Washington, Ben Crossler, 1959 November 10
1379A/653
Selecting An Arbitrator, Lee Burkey, 1976 February 3
1379A/318
Senator E[dward "Ted"] Kennedy, Representative M[artha?] Griffiths, Speaking of National Health Security Act, 1971 April
1379A/718
Senior citizens, 1964 April 2
1379A/1590
Service Trades Council, Fess Parker, Comments on Disney, undated
1379A/1591-1593
Service Trades Council; Disney World Narration, undated
1379A/648
Services to Members and Their Costs, Joyce Miller, 1975 September 23
1379A/636-637
Servicing Plants and Markets, P. Hampel, 1975 March 17
1379A/030
Seymour Melman, undated
1379A/717
Seymour Melman, "Strategy for Peace," 1964 January 24
1379A/115
Slide Rule, undated
1379A/110
Slide Rule Film, undated
1379A/1492
Smitty ad, undated
1379A/428
Socoloff, Carl Taylor, Ro Davis, discussion and Q&A, undated
1379A/1493
Solidarity [labor music], undated
1379A/141
Southeastern Division Conference tapes, Columbus, Ohio, 1959 October 23-24
1379A/155
Southern Division Conference #4, undated
1379A/152
Southern Division Conference tapes, (Hall, Meyers, Lipsen, Lippman, O'Keefe, Crossler), 1959 October 31-November 1
1379A/158-161
Southern Division, Hall and Crossler, reel #7-#10, 1959 November 1
1379A/153
Southern Division, reel #7, 1959 October 31
1379A/1594
Southern Labor History Conference Panel Discussion, 1978 May 4
1379A/125
Southwestern Division Conference Tapes, Meyers, Crossler, Hansen, 1959 November 6
1379A/719
Special general membership meeting, 1964 April 19
1379A/801
Speech to Dakota Strikers, undated
1379A/1130
"Spotlight on World Events" Norman Thomas interviewing Nash, undated
1379A/1128
"Spotlight on World Events" Norman Thomas interviewing Robert Alexander, undated
1379A/1129
"Spotlight on World Events" Norman Thomas interviewing Tucker, undated
1379A/193
Staff Meeting and Film Preview, 1959 August 21
1379A/201
Staff Reports No. I and II, 1963
1379A/180
Stanley Ritenberg, Evaluation Starts, 1960 February 26
1379A/032
Start Final Comm, undated
1379A/656
State of the Union, P.E.G., 1975 September 25; 1976 January 5
1379A/641
State of the Union, S-T, Pat Gorman, 1975 March 21
1379A/163
Stewards Etc., 1959 September 15
1379A/854
Store Bombing, 1963 September 22
1379A/216
Suffrage Forms Concluded, 1951 January 10
1379A/231-232
Suffrage Organization, Q&A, 1951 January 12
1379A/1533
Sweeny, Wynn, undated
1379A/202
T.H. Law and Collective Bargaining, L. Asher, 1958 February 4
1379A/217
Taft-Harley, Lippman, 1951 January 11
1379A/1280
Talarico Actuality, UCFW Local 1, undated
1379A/109
Talk Politics to Fellow Worker, Hampel; Summer Workshop II, undated
1379A/1494
Talking union, undated
1379A/702
Tape for movie, 1958 December 17
1379A/722
Tape taken off Channel 4 News Report, 1969 June
1379A/423
Ted Sachs, Carl Taylor, Sachs on Buchwald, Taylor on Housewright, Gilbert and Schwartz on Q&A Panel on Q&A, Audience on Q&A, undated
1379A/720
Telephone Conversation President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1964 July 14
1379A/061
"The Arbitration Process" - Pearce Davis, 1958 February 2
1379A/1319
The Local 431 Story, Davenport, Iowa, undated
1379A/016
The Retail Food Industry - How the Union Sees It, undated
1379A/1481
The Retail Food Industry: How the Union Sees It, 1975 April
1379A/1131-1132
"The Upton Sinclair Story," interview by Harry W. Flannery, 1960 April 9
1379A/1632
"This is the RCIA," for slide presentations, 1977 June 22
1379A/783
Thomas J. Lloyd testimonial dinner, Chicago, 1972 January 29
1379A/886
Training - Leadership, undated
1379A/898
Trends in Meat Industry: Retail - N. Chapilicki, Side 1, 1958 January 26
1379A/870
Trends in the Meat Industry: Packing - A. Wolfe, Side 1, 1958 January 26
1379A/065
Trends in the Meat Industry: Poultry, undated
1379A/008
Two Revolutions, undated
1379A/1633
"Two Revolutions," for slide presentations, undated
1379A/275
U.F.C.W. Theme Song, 1982 August 6
1379A/1145
UCFW - United Retail Workers press conference, Chicago, Illinois, undated
1379A/688
UCFW, 2 x 60, undated
1379A/1629
UFCW, 1991 July 8
1379A/793
UFCW - VOC coordinators meeting, Washington, D.C., 1982 June 29
1379A/1352
UFCW #1011 - 60-second spots, undated
1379A/1327
UFCW #655, undated
1379A/007
UFCW "MAMA," 1985 July 8
1379A/403
UFCW 1222, Target Boycott Spot, undated
1379A/1311
UFCW 425, 1983 September 26
1379A/1309
UFCW 425, 1983 September 27
1379A/1310
UFCW 425, 1983 September 28
1379A/435
UFCW and URW Fact Fone spots, 1981 June
1379A/1382
UFCW Boise, Jingle 1-4, undated
1379A/1630
"UFCW Fanfare," undated
1379A/1536
UFCW Foot Wear Tape, undated
1379A/1617
UFCW Health Care Radio, "The Politicians Just Don't Get It," undated
1379A/1619
UFCW Health Care Radio, "Think Again, Support H.C. Reform," undated
1379A/1618
UFCW Health Care Spot, 1994 July 22
1379A/1289
UFCW Local #23, undated
1379A/1369
UFCW Local 1428 Radio Commercials, undated
1379A/1370
UFCW Local 1444, "Choosing Smart" Participation, undated
1379A/1301
UFCW Local 157, undated
1379A/1378
UFCW Local 1614 Actualities, Boise, Idaho, 1982 September 11
1379A/1377
UFCW Local 1614 Actualities, Boise, Idaho, 1982 September 12
1379A/1294
UFCW Local 40 Radio Spots, undated
1379A/1290-1293
UFCW Local 40, Flint, Michigan Actualities, undated
1379A/1621
UFCW Local 400, undated
1379A/1305
UFCW Local 400, "Turkey Busters," undated
1379A/1312
UFCW Local 425, undated
1379A/307-308
UFCW Local 431 #1-5, full track, undated
1379A/292-293
UFCW Local 431, #1-5, full track, undated
1379A/313
UFCW Local 431, Political Comments, undated
1379A/277
UFCW Local 431, Voice-over only, 20 spots, Four Phone Numbers, undated
1379A/1296-1298
UFCW Local 44, Seattle, undated
1379A/1620
UFCW Local 711, "My Mom Works Hard," undated
1379A/1333
UFCW Local 711, "My Mom Works Hard," 1995 October 25
1379A/1334
UFCW Local 711, "Sam's Club Audio" Raw VO takes, 1995 August 18
1379A/1343
UFCW Local 876 Radio Spots (Saginaw and Flint, Michigan), undated
1379A/1279
UFCW Local One, undated
1379A/1320
UFCW Locals 1167 and 439, undated
1379A/1278
UFCW Planning Committee Meeting, 1980 January 8
1379A/1116-1118
UFCW Solidarity, 1981 October 8
1379A/394-396
UFCW Song, undated
1379A/1495
UFCW song and jingles (Wynn, Lutty, Davis), undated
1379A/397
UFCW Song for continuous loop, undated
1379A/685
UFCW Song, Wynn, Lutty, UFCW Song and Jingles, Wynn, Davis, undated
1379A/280
UFCW Theme Song, 12 variations, Paul Christianson producer, undated
1379A/278
UFCW Theme, 1 minute with Walter Davis, undated
1379A/1622
UFCW Washington Beef, undated
1379A/387
UFCW Washington Report, Walt Davis - Announcer, undated
1379A/317
UFCW, 1 Bass, 2 Guitar, 3 Dobro, 4 Banjo, 5 Mandolin, 6, 7 Harmony Vocal, 8 Lead Vocal, 1982 May 5
1379A/689
UFCW, Missoula, 1990 June 22
1379A/1480
UFCW: A Union for Working Women, undated
1379A/106
Unemployment and Workmen's Compensation, Conducted by CSC for Local 271, Omaha Institute, undated
1379A/903
Union Administration Leadership, B.A. Institute, Harry Poole, undated
1379A/027
Union Executive Institute, 1974 May 20
1379A/026
Union Executive Institute, Johnson II, Peter Henle, 1974 May 21
1379A/042
Union Executives Seminar; Russell Johnson- Conflicts and Problems in Decision Making; Organization Effectiveness of the Union Executive, undated
1379A/041
Union Leadership by Objectives, Legal Responsibilities of Top Offices, undated
1379A/1634
"Union Shop: The Moral Issue;" Address by John Snyder, Jr., undated
1379A/1631
Union theme songs, 1983 July 20
1379A/005
Union Yes Go-second spots, undated
1379A/006
Union Yes Spanish radio spots, undated
1379A/1496
"Union Yes" Spanish Radio Spots, undated
1379A/406
Unions United to Boycott Target, undated
1379A/1497-1498
Unions united to boycott Target Rally, undated
1379A/086
Unit Meeting of General Sales People, 1957 April 5
1379A/1595
United Federation of Teachers Martin Luther King Conference, 1963 Spring
1379A/1345
United Food and Comm. Local 880 3 spots c/r Rubber City Radio Group, undated
1379A/1364
United Food and Commercial Workers, undated
1379A/316
United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Theme Song, 1982 July 30
1379A/687
United Foods, Q: Poultry I.D. Required, undated
1379A/431
URW Fact Fone - #1-5, undated
1379A/410
URW Fact Fone #16-22, undated
1379A/1144
URW merger talks, undated
1379A/704
V.P. Hook's and Cohn's report, 1959 April 29
1379A/340
Vice President Lyndon Johnson speech before 24th Convention of RCIA, 1963 June 25
1379A/872
Vocabulary - C.E.O Watson, undated
1379A/1361
Von's 1-3 Area Standards, Von's 1-3 ULP, Raley's 1-7, Local 1288, undated
1379A/1358
Von's 1-6, Raley's 1-7, Local 1288, undated
1379A/1360
Von's Area Standards, Local 1288, undated
1379A/1359
Von's ULP 1-3, Local 1288, undated
1379A/1324
W. Penn Pro Union Murray Steaks? Spots, Meatcutters Local 593, undated
1379A/1123
Walt Davis organizing update, 1990 July 25
1379A/1644
Walter Reuther, WESX, Salem, Massachusetts, 1955 May 18
1379A/1614
Washington Report, election spoofs, 1984
1379A/1363
Wendell Young - Actuality, #1357, undated
1379A/1135
"We're the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Women" Song, undated
1379A/1499
West Virginia spots, undated
1379A/1596
Western Reserve Historical Society, labor songs and speeches, undated
1379A/866
Where to Get Assistance - Poole, B.A., 1960 December
1379A/856-857
Wholesale, 1963 October 1
1379A/714
Wholesale meat, 1963 July 15
1379A/1615
WHYY on NAFTA, Wendell W. Young III and William Orne, 1993 November 1
1379A/1534
William Wynn Speech, undated
1379A/1500-1515
Winn-Dixie, undated
1379A/361
Winn-Dixie Boycott, undated
1379A/1299-1300
Wisconsin Meat Packing, 73-A, undated
1379A/1163-1169
Women's Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action Conference, 1980 August 25
1379A/1178
Women's Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action Conference, 1980 August 25-27
1379A/1170-1174
Women's Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action Conference, 1980 August 26
1379A/1175-1176
Women's Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action Conference, 1980 August 27
1379A/1177
Women's Affairs, Civil Rights and Political Action Conference, William H. Wynn, undated
1379A/1516
Women's Network Mother's Day spot, undated
1379A/391
Woody Stores; Local 400, 2 Spots, undated
1379A/880
Writing - Memos and Notes, Thomas Sandke, undated
1379A/1517
WVR, Carlton, Maggie, 2002 August 20
1379A/1518
WVR, Jordan, Chad, 2002 June 11
1379A/1519
WVR, Levitt, Marty, 2002 August 6
1379A/1520
WVR, Rosen, Ellen, 2002 August 18
1379A/1521
WVR, Sam's Club and Wal-Mart workers, 2002 November 5
1379A/378
WWDC Empathy Program, undated
1379A/1535
Wynn Interview, 1982 November 11
1379A/1528-1531
Wynn, William, speeches and interviews, undated
1379A/1532
Wynn/Labor History, 1981 July 20
1379A/1522-1527
Wyoming Actualities, undated
1379A/1546
Wyoming AFL Radio Spots #1-14, undated
1379A/1544
Wyoming radio spots, 1980
1379A/1545
Wyoming radio spots, undated
1379A/1547
Wyoming radio spots, undated
1379A/1366-1368
Young Actualities, undated
1379A/1365
Young Actualities, Philadelphia, 1980 March 6
1379A/1603
Young, Wendell for Congress radio spots, undated
1379A/1642
"Your Vote - A Priceless Heritage," Labor's League for Political Education, Washington, D.C., technical supervisions by AFL Workers Education Bureau, undated
1379A/046
unidentified, undated
1379A/077
unidentified, 1970 July 14, 28
1379A/087
unidentified, undated
1379A/165-167
unidentified, undated
1379A/1659
unidentified, undated
1379A/169
unidentified, undated
1379A/171-172
unidentified, undated
1379A/178
unidentified, undated
1379A/182
unidentified, undated
1379A/184
unidentified, undated
1379A/187
unidentified, undated
1379A/190-192
unidentified, undated
1379A/204
unidentified, undated
1379A/208
unidentified, undated
1379A/210
unidentified, undated
1379A/348
unidentified, undated
1379A/350-358
unidentified, undated
1379A/362-365
unidentified, undated
M85-252
Part 3 (M85-252): Additions, circa 1956-1982
Physical Description: 11.0 cubic feet (11 records center cartons) 
Scope and Content Note: Convention and negotiation materials, reports, minutes, correspondence, publications, and audio tapes regarding the Insurance Workers International Union convention, circa 1956-1982.
Box   1
Convention proceedings, Insurance Agents International Union, 1959-1977
Note: 7 books
Box   1
Agreements and contracts
Box   1
Publications, 1976-1981
Box   2
Publications, 1979-1982
Box   2
American Federationist, 1957 June
Box   2
Company-Union agreements, Richmond, 1958
Box   2
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Missouri, 1959
Box   2
Allstate campaign, Ohio, 1956-1957
Box   2
Convention, Cleveland, 1957
Box   2
Metropolitan negotiations, 1959
Box   2
Insurance Workers IU Convention, 1981
Note: 4 volumes.
Box   2
Prudential negotiations, 1975
Box   2
Home Life, petitions, decertification, 1980
Prudential
Box   3
End of contract revocations, 1979
Box   3
Negotiations, key contact people, 1979
Box   3
Proposals, tips, 1979
Box   3
Suggestions, 1979
Box   3
Prudential negotiations, 1979
Box   3
John Hancock negotiations, 1960
Box   3
Minutes, General Executive Board meetings, 1976
Box   3
Prudential grievances, 1980-1982
Box   3
Prudential negotiations, 1977
Box   3
Area 13 information, 1960
Box   3
President's reports to General Executive Board, 1963-1975
Box   3
Officers' reports to General Executive Board, 1979
Box   3
Negotiations with Prudential
Box   3
Agreement forms
Box   3
IWIU Constitutions, 1953, 1975, 1979
Box   3
Prudential negotiations, 1979
Box   3
Lebanese insurance agents
Box   3
Meeting with British union officials, 1979
Box   3
Foreign labor delegations
Box   3
Directory of foreign labor organizations
Box   3
Puerto Rican minimum wage conference, 1976
Box   3
Job Content study, Vol. 1, 1960
Box   4
Prudential negotiations, 1959
Box   4
Prudential ratification, 1977
Box   4
Prudential negotiations, 1979
Box   4
Prudential negotiations, statistical data, 1979
Box   4
People's Life, Penn. District
Box   4
Met negotiations, 1977
Box   4
Working file, proceedings of convention, 1975
Box   4
Convention, 1977
Box   5
Convention, 1977 (continued)
Box   5
Prudential ratification tally, 1961
Box   5
Master contract, OEIU Local 2 and AFL-CIO
Box   5
Job Content study, Vol. 2, 1960
Box   5
Office Employees International Union, Local 2
Box   5
Convention, 1979
Box   5
Home Life Apartments, Ratification, 1976
Box   6
Metropolitan negotiations, 1978
Box   6
Independent Life and Accident Insurance Company negotiations, 1974
Box   6
Metropolitan negotiations, 1981
Box   6
Monumental negotiations, 1981
Box   6
Supreme Life negotiations, 1979
Box   6
Union Labor Life (ULL) ratification
Box   6
ULL proposals, 1980
Box   6
ULL negotiations, 1980
Box   6
Independent Life, Orlando
Box   6
Unity Life negotiations, 1972-1974
Box   6
Unity revised agreement, 1974
Box   6
Referendum, 1976
Box   6
Referendum, Metropolitan, 1978
Box   6
Referendum, Hancock, 1980
Box   6
Referendum, Hancock agreement, with IBM
Box   6
Met clerk's negotiations, 1978
Box   6
Unity Mutual weekly negotiations, 1974, 1976
Box   7
Working file, Independent Life negotiations
Box   7
Unity Mutual negotiations, 1976
Box   7
Unity Mutual negotiations, 1978, 1981
Box   7
Articles and statistics
Box   7
Resolutions
Box   7
Unsolicited proposals
Prudential
Box   7
Schedule Q
Box   7
Negotiations, proposals, results, 1975
Box   7
Negotiations, important
Box   7
Initial proposals, 1975
Box   7
Pension PIP information, 1973-1974
Box   7
Negotiations, language, 1977
Box   7
Contract language, 1975
Box   7
Pollack's notes
Box   7
Opening statement, 1975
Box   7
Miscellaneous convention tallies
Box   7
IWIU convention, 1981
Box   8
Met negotiations, 1977
Box   8
Convention, 1975
Box   8
Life of Virginia
Box   8
Prudential negotiations, 1975
Box   8
Invitations to speakers, past conventions
Box   8
Convention rules
Box   8
Convention, 1971, 1973
Box   9
Political contacts
Box   9
ANICO correspondence
United Mutual
Box   9
Clerk and customer service negotiations, 1981
Box   9
Agents' negotiations, 1981
Box   9
Agents, 1978-1980
Box   9
Convention, review of Service Rep program, 1977
Union Labor Life
Box   9
Negotiations, 1977
Box   9
Negotiations, second ballot, 1980
Box   9
Convention, 1979, 1981
Box   9
Department of professional employees, 1979
Box   9
United Steelworkers Union new hire handbook
Box   9
Prudential negotiations
Box   9
IWIU General Executive Board minutes, 1961-1963
Box   9
Miscellaneous IWIU agreements
Replacement board member
Box   9
Area 1, 1964
Box   9
Area 4
Box   9
Area 8
Box   9
Area 4, 1974
Box   9
Area 13
Box   9
General Executive Board meeting minutes, 1957, 1959-1961, 1963-1973
Box   9
Prudential negotiations, 1977
Box   9
Strike preparations
Box   9
Background material
Box   9
CFB #1
Box   9
Prudential negotiations, Pollack's notes, 1977
Box   10
Prudential responses, proposals, negotiations, 1977
Box   10
Area strike committee, Prudential negotiations, 1977
Box   10
Hotel arrangements, 1977
Box   10
Statistical data, 1977
Box   10
Comparison, AFL-CIO vs. Canadian agreement
Box   10
Union proposals, drafts
Box   10
Responses of state mediation agencies
Box   10
Prudential proposals, 1977
Box   10
Merkle Press, Joe Kucera
Box   10
Convention
Box   10
Officers' reports, convention
Box   10
Columbian Mutual negotiations, 1973-1974, 1976, 1979
Box   10
Golden Eagle negotiations, 1978-1979, 1981
Box   10
Benefit Administration Corporation, contract, 1979
Box   10
Benefit Administration Corporation, negotiations, 1982
Box   10
Chelbay Company negotiations, 1978, 1980, 1982
Box   10
Columbian Mutual negotiations, 1982
Box   10
United negotiations, 1975
Box   10
Golden Eagle-IWIU agreement, 1980
Box   10
Convention proceedings, IWIU, 1979
Box   10
Metro Life agreements, 1956, 1959, 1962-1971
Box   10
American National contract, 1972
M85-344
Part 4 (M85-344): Additions, circa 1940s-1950s, undated
Physical Description: 1.4 cubic feet (1 records center carton and 1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Materials from the office of Walter Davis, including versions of audio scripts for the film Labor: The Untold History; production materials; scripts about the history of RCIU; correspondence relating to the production and use of the film; reports, speeches, correspondence relating to automated supermarket check-out; radio scripts from the 1940s and 1950s; handbills and organizing literature; and a report from the Beverly Employees Cooperative Action and Reform Effort.
M88-250
Part 5 (M88-250): Additions, circa 1950-1975
Physical Description: 0.5 cubic feet (511 photographs, 2 negatives, and 6 pieces of ephemera) 
Scope and Content Note: Photographs including images of meetings, dinners, strikes, and individuals, circa 1950-1975, relating to the Insurance Workers International Union.
M89-094
Part 6 (M89-094): Additions, 1948-1976
Physical Description: 1.4 cubic feet (1883 photographs, 2 negatives, and 4 pieces of ephemera) 
Scope and Content Note: Black and white photographs of the Union's general conventions, held every four years, 1948-1976
M89-317
Part 7 (M89-317): Additions, 1974-1978
Physical Description: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1974-1978, consisting of comparisons between the International Representatives Association and the General Organizers Association (GAO) and agreements between the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America and GAO.
M93-092
Part 8 (M93-092): Additions, circa 1939-1981
Physical Description: 6.0 cubic feet (4 records center cartons, 2 flat boxes, and 2 archives boxes) 
Scope and Content Note: Membership records for the Retail Clerks and UFCW, circa 1939-1981, compiled by the Organizing Department of each union. Generally the statistics are organized by division, thereunder by state, and thereunder by city and local.
Box   1
Reports on local membership, 1941-1948
Scope and Content Note: Organized by region and state and thereunder by city and local number, including remittance amount, number of members in good standing, number of members delinquent, and the total.
Box   1
Regional organizing reports, 1939-1950
Scope and Content Note: Arranged by region and sometimes by city and including membership information for each local and the gain or loss since the previous month.
Box   2
Reports on local membership, 1930-1938 and 1942-1949
Scope and Content Note: Arranged by division or state and thereunder by city and local number and providing statistics on remittance and the number of members in good standing, delinquent status, and total.
Box   2
Membership figures for Boston, 1978-1979
Box   2
UFCW local membership printout, 1976-1980
Box   3
Comparative membership analysis reports, 1950-1981
Scope and Content Note: Provides membership statistics by region with comparisons to the same month or time period in the previous year.
Box   3
Retail Clerks election results, 1949-1964
Scope and Content Note: Includes election statistics by district and store.
Box   4
Membership standing reports, 1939-1940
Note: This set of reports precedes those in Box 1.
Box   4
Comparative analysis of membership, 1977-1981
Scope and Content Note: Arranged by region and giving the rise and fall in membership as compared with the previous year.
Box   4
Membership reports, 1970-1980
Box   4
Election results, 1952-1957
Box   4
Jurisdictional infringement reports, 1955-1960
Box   4
Membership reports, 1950-1968
Scope and Content Note: Provides a month-by-month breakdown of membership by division.
Miscellaneous records
Scope and Content Note: A small quantity of miscellaneous records for the Sheep Shearers Union of North America (Amalgamated Meat Cutters), Fur Dressers' Union Locals 2 and 4 (International Fur Workers Union), by-laws of the United Packinghouse Workers Local 117, and a manual of common procedures for use of local unions affiliated with the Amalgamated Meat Cutters.
Box   5
Membership statistics, 1966-1978
Arrangement of the Materials: Printouts arranged by region, city, and local.
Box   5
Local assessment record books, 1958-1978
Arrangement of the Materials: Arranged by state and thereunder by city and local number providing billing to the local per month.
Box   6
Membership statistics, 1944-1949
Arrangement of the Materials: Arranged by year, thereunder by region, and thereunder by state and local number.
Box   6
Membership report, 1969-1970
Box   7
Retail Clerks membership report, 1962-1980
Arrangement of the Materials: Three volumes that are arranged by division and thereunder by state and local. These are a rough copy that were apparently used to compile the "Membership Book."
M95-271
Part 9 (M95-271): Additions, circa 1960s
Physical Description: 0.1 cubic feet (29 photographs) 
Scope and Content Note: Photographs, circa 1960s?, of the Insurance Workers Union, consisting mainly of group shots of international and local union officials, some of which contain identifying information. There are also two images of picket lines: one at the Prudential company and the other at Metropolitan Life. A few images appear to be AFL-CIO conventions, since Patrick Gorman (President of AMCBW) is among those seated.
M96-124
Part 10 (M96-124): Additions, 1960-1984
Physical Description: 1.2 cubic feet (1 records center carton and 1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Insurance Workers International Union correspondence with local unions, 1960-1984. Also included are copies of constitutions, by-laws, and merger agreements. Arranged by local number.
Box   1
Locals 36-125
Box   2
Locals 126-136
M99-008
Part 11 (M99-008): Additions, 1970-1984
Physical Description: 0.6 cubic feet (2 archives boxes) and 0.2 cubic feet of photographs (1 folder and 1 oversize folder) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1970-1984, consisting of materials from the Retail Clerks Attorneys Conference (1976); the Public Affairs and Communications Department report (1980); reports of union election programs for the 1976 and 1984 elections; proceedings of UGWA special convention (1984); guest book from the dedication of the Suffridge Building (1970); mimeograph materials concerning department stores and legal actions of unions; and photographs of conventions and union leaders.
M2000-002
Part 12 (M2000-002): Additions, 1941-1994
Physical Description: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1941-1994, including several record books of the Retail Clerks International Association Local 736 of Carbondale, Illinois.
Box   1
Folder   1
"Individual Output" leader's guide, 1948
Box   1
Folder   2
"Mr. Fraud - The Right-to-Work Man" script, AFL Department of Education, undated
Box   1
Folder   3
Union Shop: the Moral Issue, script, 1958, undated
Note: Also address by John Snyder, Jr.
Retail Clerks International Association Local 736, Carbondale, Illinois
Box   1
Folder   4
Dues book, 1941-1943
Box   1
Folder   5-8
Minute books, 1941 October-1956 September, 1973 March-1978 April
M2013-068
Part 13 (M2013-068): Additions, 1893-2004 (bulk 1950-2004)
Physical Description: 17.6 cubic feet of papers and photographs (19 archives boxes, 7 records center cartons, 4 flat boxes, 2 card file boxes, and 1 oversize folder), 103 reels of microfilm (3 half records center cartons), 105 videotapes (1 Betacam SP, 45 U-matic tapes, 24 VHS, 25 1/2-inch open reel, 10 1-inch open reel), and 5 compact discs 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1893-2004 (bulk 1950-2004), consisting of records of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union and its predecessor unions, including materials relating to the initial merger of the Retail Workers International Union and the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen and subsequent mergers with other unions. Materials include constitution and merger agreements, convention materials, minutes, photographs of meetings, strikes, workers on the jobs, executives, political conventions; tape recordings of conferences and promotional spots; microfilm, scrapbooks, posters, and artifacts of UFCW, the predecessor unions and their respective locals. The video portion of this accession pertains primarily to the AFL-CIO, Retail Clerks International Union, United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, and the United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPWA). Subjects filmed include press coverage, conventions, a civil rights seminar, and other activities. Integrates M88-193, M94-221 and part of M89-437. This accession now includes video tapes from M85-210, M86-285, M86-453, and M2002-002.
Series: Merger
Box   1
Folder   1-2
Meat Cutters-Retail Clerks Joint Committee, 1957, I-II
Box   1
Folder   3
Documents and information to be exchanged relative to merger discussions, 1977
Merger agreement drafts and memos
Box   1
Folder   4
1978 August
Box   9
Folder   1-2
1978 September
Box   1
Folder   5-16
1978 October-1979 February
Box   1
Folder   17
Attorneys' comments, 1979 May
Constitution
Box   1
Folder   18
Drafts, 1978 November
Box   1
Folder   19
Constitution, 1979 January
Box   1
Folder   20
Constitution and merger agreement, 1979, 1983
Box   10
Folder   1
Merger ephemera, undated
Box   1
Folder   21
Barbers-Cosmetologists division report to international executive board, circa 1981
Box   1
Folder   22
Policies on public issues, 1982
Box   1
Folder   23-24
First convention report and proceedings, 1983
Box   2
Folder   1
Information prepared for Washington State Nurses Association for affiliation consideration, 1989
Box   2
Folder   2-4
UFCW and United Garment Workers of America, Special Merger Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1994
Box   2
Folder   5-6
UFCW and United Textile Workers of America, Special Merger Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1995
Box   9
Folder   3
UFCW and International Chemical Workers Union, Special Merger Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1996
Box   2
Folder   7
UFCW and National Apparel, Garment and Textile Workers Council Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1996
Box   2
Folder   8
UFCW and Council of the Textile Workers Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2000
Series: Conferences and Programs
Box   2
Folder   9
Basic organizing report: federal beef processors, 1993
Box   2
Folder   10
Contract costing system manual, 1992
Box   2
Folder   11
Education conferences, 1990
Box   2
Folder   12
First USA-Japan Commercial and Food Workers' conference, 1993
Box   9
Folder   4
Focus: PSECU Voices on the Line newsletters, 1997
Box   2
Folder   13
Leadership development series: the union steward
Box   2
Folder   14
Leadership for the 21st century: retail food conference, 1990
Box   2
Folder   15
Leadership for the 21st century: retail food conference, remarks of William J. Olwell, 1990
Box   2
Folder   16
Nursing home organizing and bargaining manual, 1993
Box   2
Folder   17
Organized nursing homes workshops, 1994
Box   3
Folder   1
Policy and practice in the changing U.S. health-care delivery system, 1992
Box   3
Folder   2
Perspectives of the UFCW manufacturing industries in the 1980s and 1990s
Box   3
Folder   3
Prescription for organizing health care workers, 2000
Box   3
Folder   4
Presentation for the ICWU, 1995
Box   3
Folder   5
Presentation before the RWDSU six-state conference, 1995
Box   3
Folder   6
Professional Hair Care and Beauty Trades Division organizing manual, 1987
Box   3
Folder   7
Region 5 education conference, 1985
Box   3
Folder   8-10
Region 8 Organizers Forum, 1997
Box   3
Folder   11-12
Region 13 Health care conference, 1988
Research office presentations
Box   3
Folder   13
Collective bargaining representatives training program, 1993
Box   3
Folder   14
The Warehouse Club Industry and its Competitive Impact on the Supermarket Industry, 1993
Box   3
Folder   15
Stewards manual, Local 899, circa 1982
Box   3
Folder   16
Trades conference program, 1997
Box   3
Folder   17
Train-the-trainer program, 1990
Series: Administrative
Box   3
Folder   18
Active Ballot Club, Carter endorsement, 1980
Box   3
Folder   19
Attorneys' conference, 1980
Box   3
Folder   20-21
Olwell, William J. correspondence, 1983-1985, I-II
Box   4
Folder   1-5
Olwell, William J. correspondence, 1983-1985, III-VII
Box   4
Folder   6
Poole, Harry, 1982
Box   11
Folder   1
Posters and proclamations
Box   4
Folder   7
Programs, ephemera, 1978-1979
Box   4
Folder   8
"We do not wish to stand in the way of progress: the Milwaukee meat cutters union, place and technological change," Paul Ferree-Gilmore, 1996
Box   4
Folder   9
Wynn, William H. address to Eugene Debs Foundation, 1984
Series: Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen
Box   10
Folder   2
50TH anniversary prints
Box   4
Folder   10
Anniversary publications, 1971, 1983
Box   4
Folder   11
Collective bargaining agreement, Local 56
Box   4
Folder   12
COPE manual for COPE coordinators, pre-1979
Box   4
Folder   13
Education pamphlets
Box   10
Folder   2
Ephemera
Box   4
Folder   14
History, 1947-1953
Labor history
Box   4
Folder   15
Instructor's outline on labor history
Box   4
Folder   16
Pamphlets
Box   4
Folder   17
Story of labor in American history
Box   4
Folder   18
Structure of the AFL-CIO
Box   4
Folder   19
Organizers' Institute, 1977
Box   4
Folder   20
Peyton Packing Company news clippings, 1959
Box   4
Folder   21
Roosevelt University Labor Education Division : Labor leadership in a dynamic society: a 32-week certificate program for the academic year, 1964-1965
Box   5
Folder   1
Roosevelt University Labor Education Division: training agendas, 1955-1961
Stewards training
Box   5
Folder   2
General
Box   5
Folder   3
Handling grievances
Box   5
Folder   4
Processing the workers' grievances
Box   5
Folder   5
You must follow the contact when you settle a grievance
Box   5
Folder   6
Union meeting manual, undated
Box   5
Folder   7-10
"What's new in retail" reports and surveys, 1970-1976
Box   5
Folder   11
"Your union welcomes you," circa 1975
Series: Barbers Unions
Box   11
Folder   2
Barbers journals, 1898-1899
Box   9
Folder   5-7
Barbers minutes, Local 318, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1927-1971
Box   11
Folder   12
Journeymen Barbers International Union ephemera, undated
Series: International Chemical Workers Union
Box   11
Folder   13
35th convention, 1994
Box   11
Folder   14
Chemical Workers Connection, 1996
Box   11
Folder   15
Region 8 contract survey, 1995
Box   11
Folder   16
"Why Merger? Why Now" PowerPoint presentation, 1994
Series: International Union of Life Insurance Agents
Box   12
Folder   1
Prudential strike scrapbook
Box   5
Folder   17
Constitution and by-laws, 1947-1955
Box   5
Folder   18
Prudential agreements, 1946-1959
Box   5
Folder   19
Grievance procedures, undated
Series: Retail Clerks International Union
Constitution and constitution committee
Box   5
Folder   20
Constitution, 1935, 1939
Box   5
Folder   21-22
Constitution and benefit changes, 1977
Box   5
Folder   23
Retirement plan changes, 1977
Conferences and Programs
Box   5
Folder   24
11th Convention souvenir, 1903
Box   5
Folder   25
24th Conference joint report, 1963
Box   9
Folder   8
26th Convention, 1972
Box   9
Folder   9
27th Convention, 1977
Box   5
Folder   26
Advocate, 25th anniversary and 16th convention, 1915
Box   5
Folder   27
Department store seminar, 1970
Diamond jubilee
Box   5
Folder   28
"75 Years of minding the store," hand-drawn proofs and booklet mockup, 1963
Box   11
Folder   3
Proclamation, 1963
Box   5
Folder   29
Education seminars, 1965-1977, I
Box   6
Folder   1
Education seminars, 1965-1977, II
Box   6
Folder   2
Equal pay survey, 1974
Box   6
Folder   3
Ergonomic analysis report for IBP, 1989
Box   6
Folder   4
Executives' seminar, 1959
Box   6
Folder   5
Health care contract, 1976
Box   6
Folder   6
Independent union meeting, Washington, D.C., 1977
Box   6
Folder   7
Intra-division seminar, Central-northwestern divisions, Chicago, Illinois, 1972
Box   6
Folder   8
Membership analysis, division expenses and activities, 1978
Box   6
Folder   9
Membership control seminar, 1970
Box   6
Folder   10
Organizing literature, 1975-1977
Box   6