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Guide to the John A. Hogan Papers, 1949-1975

Collection number: MC 42

Size: 37 boxes (13 cu.ft.)

About John A. Hogan

John Arthur Hogan was born in Idaho in 1909 and educated at the University of Washington and Denver University. He received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1952. In 1947 he became Associate Professor of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire; from 1963 to 1974 he was Carter Professor of Economics at the Whittemore School at UNH. During his years as a labor arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association. Hogan died in 1981, seven years after his retirement from UNH.

About the John A. Hogan papers

The collection consists of transcripts of arbitration proceedings, fact-finders’ reports, union literature, collective bargaining agreements and other material relevant to Hogan’s cases. The cases span the years from 1949-1975.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John A. Hogan papers, 1949-1975, MC 42, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donated by: Professor John A. Hogan, Aug 24-Dec 17, 1974 (Accession number: 26)

Collection Arrangement

The collection is arranged into series that reflect either the name of the parent company involved in the arbitration (and then more or less chronologically) or where that is unfeasible, by the date of the proceedings. An index listing the parties involved follows the folder listings.

Collection Contents

Series I: A.C. Lawrence Leather Co., 1949-1965

(7 boxes)

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1 United Textile Workers of America (AFL Local 35, Providence, RI) and Lister Worsted Co. (Stillwater, RI), March 25, 1949
Box 1, Folder 2 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union (LWIU), Local 2, October 27, 1950
Box 1, Folder 3 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2 briefs, 1949-1950
Box 1, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2, Grievance of C. Forcier, March 14, 1952
Box 1, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2, Grievance of S. Baronski, March 14, 1952
Box 1, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2, Briefs regarding Baronski case, 1952
Box 1, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2, March 5, 1953
Box 1, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2, March 19, 1953
Box 1, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2. Grievance with H. Oski, 1949-1953
Box 1, Folder 10 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2. Brief regarding Oski grievance, 1949-1953
Box 1, Folder 11 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2. Grievance of George Aslin, pt.1, Dec 15, 1953
Box 1, Folder 12 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 2. Grievance of George Aslin, pt. 2, Jan 20, 1954
Box 1, Folder 13 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Disciplinary action, Wet Wheelers Sheepskin Division, undated
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, Wet Wheelers Sheepskin Division, Disciplinary case, March 21, 1958
Box 2, Folder 2 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Briefs regarding Sizes-SSUL, undated
Box 2, Folder 3 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, Sizes-SSUL, May 20, 1958
Box 2, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, Sizes-SSUL, May 22, 1958
Box 2, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Briefs regarding measuring in the Sheepskin Division, Oct, 1958
Box 2, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, measuring job in the Sheepskin Division, Oct 21, 1958
Box 2, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Dec 1958
Box 2, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Jan 26, 1959
Box 2, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Jan 28, 1959
Box 2, Folder 10 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Feb 3, 1959
Box 2, Folder 11 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Feb 10, 1959
Box 2, Folder 12 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Feb 19, 1959
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, March 5, 1959
Box 3, Folder 2 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, March 16, 1959
Box 3, Folder 3 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, March 17, 1959
Box 3, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, March 26, 1959
Box 3, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, April 23 and 30, 1959
Box 3, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, May 12, 1959
Box 3, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, June 8, 1959
Box 3, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, June 25, 1959
Box 3, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, June 26, 1959
Box 3, Folder 10 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Aug 6, 1959
Box 3, Folder 11 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Aug 7, 1959
Box 3, Folder 12 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Arbitration, standards, Aug 20, 1959
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Stehling Put-Out Grievance, March 20, 1958
Box 4, Folder 2 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. George Kline, discipline, April 3, 1958
Box 4, Folder 3 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. George Kline, discipline, April 3, 1958
Box 4, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Measure, Wash and Pile Method of Pay, May 22, 1958
Box 4, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Charles Kalambakos Grievance, 1958
Box 4, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Charles Kalambakos Grievance, 1958
Box 4, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Turner Plating Standards, 1958
Box 4, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Turner Plating Standards, 1958
Box 4, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Houldens and McLaughlin Average of Earnings, Aug 21, 1958
Box 4, Folder 10 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Buffing Job, Sheepskin Division, Average Earnings, Aug 22, 1958
Box 4, Folder 11 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Buffing Job, Sheepskin Division, Average Earnings, Aug 22, 1958
Box 4, Folder 12 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, SSUL Aulson Seasoning Case, Sept 1959
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, SSUL Aulson Seasoning Case, Sept 1959
Box 5, Folder 2 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33, Calfskin Division-Aulson Seasoning Case, June 23 and 24, 1959
Box 5, Folder 3 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33, Calfskin Division-Aulson Seasoning Case, June 23 and 24, 1959
Box 5, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Calfskin Stripping, June 24-Aug 21, 1959
Box 5, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. (Winchester, NH) and Leather Workers International Union, Local 33. Calfskin Pasting Room Strippers, June 24, 1959
Box 5, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Calfskin Staking Job Evaluation, June 24, 1959
Box 5, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Machine Time Calfskin Graining, Standard 129A, Dec 1 and 3, 1959
Box 5, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, No.2 Spray Machine, Dec 3 and 10, 1959
Box 5, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Aulson Calfskin Base Rate, April 28, 1960
Box 5, Folder 10 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Girl Trimmers, Sheep, May 20, 1960
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, F. Fosdick Case, Seniority, undated
Box 6, Folder 2 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Toggling, Patent Leather, Change of Operation, Oct 4, 1960
Box 6, Folder 3 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Toggling, Patent Leather, Change of Operation, part II, Oct 18, 1960
Box 6, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Discipline, March 6, 1962
Box 6, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Discipline, March 6, 1962
Box 6, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Several Grievances, transcripts (vol.1), April 12, 1962
Box 6, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Several Grievances, transcripts (vol.2), April 13, 1962
Box 6, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, “A Case for Union management Cooperation”, transcript (vol.1) and brief, June 14, 1962
Box 6, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, “A Case for Union management Cooperation”, transcript (vol.1) and brief, June 198, 1962
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1 Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Incentive Standards, transcripts (vol.1), Aug 23, 1962
Box 7, Folder 2 Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Incentive Standards, transcripts (vol.2), Aug 24, 1962
Box 7, Folder 3 Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Incentive Standards, transcripts (vol.3), Aug 28, 1962
Box 7, Folder 4 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Frank Scale Disciplinary Action, Aug 28, 1962
Box 7, Folder 5 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Assignment of Work, March 6, 1963
Box 7, Folder 6 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Job Evaluation, transcript (vol.1), March 12, 1963
Box 7, Folder 7 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Job Evaluation, transcript (vol.2), April 17, 1963
Box 7, Folder 8 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Standards, transcript (vol.1)e, April 18, 1963
Box 7, Folder 9 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Standards, transcript (vol.2), April 18, 1963
Box 7, Folder 10 A.C. Lawrence Leather Co. and LWIU, Local 33, Settlement, Job Evaluated Rate, March 15, 1965

Series II: 1950-1960

(8 boxes)

Box 8
Box 8, Folder 1 International Association of Machinists, Lodges, 1088 and 1142 and Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Co., Providence, Dec 15, 1950
Box 8, Folder 2 Chase Brass and Copper Workers Union, Local 1565, UAW, CIO and Chase Brass and Copper Co., Job Evaluation and Job Description, Jan 17 and 22, 1952
Box 8, Folder 3 International Fur and Leather Workers Union, and Locals 20, 21, 22 and Massachusetts Leather Manufacturers’ Association, Wage Revision Dispute, April 28, 1952
Box 8, Folder 4 United Mine Workers of America, District 50, Local 12431 and Providence Gas Co., May 26, 1952
Box 8, Folder 5 International Shoe Co., Lake Street Plant, Nashua, N.H. and United Shoe Workers of America, CIO, Local 128A, Discharge, transcript, July 14, 1952
Box 8, Folder 6 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Local 128A, Discharge, transcript, Aug 12, 1952
Box 8, Folder 7 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Aug-Dec 1952
Box 8, Folder 8 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Local 128A, Several Grievances, transcript, Aug. 18, 1953
Box 8, Folder 9 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Local 128A, Aug. 18, 1953
Box 8, Folder 9 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Local 128A, wages, April 28, 1954
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Local 128A, Several Issues, Aug 13, 1952
Box 9, Folder 2 International Shoe Co. and United Shoe Workers of America, Local 128A, Aug 13, 1952
Box 9, Folder 3 Post Publishing Co. and the Newspaper Guild of Boston, May 20, 1954
Box 9, Folder 4 Textile Workers Union of America, CIO and Baxter Woolen Co., July 16, 1953
Box 9, Folder 5 Fieldcrest Mills, Inc. and TWUA, Local 317, Dec 18, 1953
Box 9, Folder 6 Anchor Manufacturing Co. and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Jan 28, 1954
Box 9, Folder 7 Slatersville Finishing Co. and TWUA, May 11, 1954
Box 9, Folder 8 Royal Industrial Union, Local 937, UAW-CIO and Royal Type-Writer Co., Inc., June 11, 1954
Box 9, Folder 9 Royal Industrial Union, Local 937 and Royal Type-Writer Co., Inc., Employees in Assembly Division, May 17, 1955
Box 9, Folder 10 Royal Industrial Union, CIO and Royal Typewriter Co., Assignment of Workers, June 1955
Box 9, Folder 11 Royal Industrial Union, CIO and Royal Typewriter Co., Assignment of Workers, undated
Box 9, Folder 12 Royal Industrial Union, CIO and Royal Typewriter Co., Assignment of Workers, undated
Box 9, Folder 13 Royal Industrial Union, CIO and Royal Typewriter Co., Assignment of Workers, undated
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1 Saco-Lowell Shops and TWUA, CIO, Oct 1953
Box 10, Folder 2 Saco-Lowell Shops and TWUA, CIO, Hourly Job Evaluation Plan, Oct 1953
Box 10, Folder 3 Saco-Lowell Shops and TWUA, CIO, 1954
Box 10, Folder 4 Saco-Lowell Shops and TWUA, Discipline and Contractual Interpretation Cases, Oct 1954
Box 10, Folder 5 Saco-Lowell Shops and TWUA, Oct 30, 1956
Box 10, Folder 6 Saco-Lowell Shops and TWUA, Oct 27, 1957
Box 10, Folder 7 International Union of Electrical and Machine Workers and General Electric Co., transcript, Dec 16, 1954
Box 10, Folder 8 IUEMW and General Electric Co., transcript, Dec 15, 1954
Box 10, Folder 9 Unity Lodge, Local 405, United Automobile Workers, CIO and Niles-Bemont-Pond Co., April 21, 1955
Box 10, Folder 10 Beacon Supply Co. and TWUA, General Wage Adjustments, 1955
Box 10, Folder 11 Capitol City Lodge, No. 354, International Association of Machinists and Veeder-Root, Inc., Proper Pay for Group Incentive Employees in Dept. 14, May 24, 1955
Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1 Allen Manufacturing Co. and Local 518, UAW-CIO, Grievance of Roland Eckhart, June 6, 1955
Box 11, Folder 2 Providence Engineering Works Corp., Co. and District No.64, International Association of Machinists, AFL, Local Lodge 147, grievance of Robert Jackson, Sept 22, 1955

Box 11, Folder 3 Industrial Trade Union of America and Verdun Manufacturing Co., April 26, 1956
Box 11, Folder 4 United Auto Workers, AFL-CIO, Local 1010 and Lycoming Division Avco Manufacturing Co., transcript (vol.1), June 7, 1956
Box 11, Folder 5 United Auto Workers, AFL-CIO, Local 1010 and Lycoming Division Avco Manufacturing Co., transcript (vol.2), June 28, 1956
Box 11, Folder 6 Metal Products Workers Union, UAW, Local 1645 and Torrington Co., Change of Job Specifications, June 15, 1956
Box 11, Folder 7 Fitchburg Yarn Co., Watatic Spinning Mills, Inc. and Wachusett Spinning Mills, Inc. and TWUA, June 21, 1956
Box 11, Folder 8 United Textile Workers of America and Great Falls Bleachery and Dye Works, Inc., June 22, 1956
Box 11, Folder 9 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America and Lichtman Tanning Corporation, July 25, 1956
Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1 J.F. McElwain Co., Nashua, N.H. and New Hampshire Shoe Workers Union of Nashua, employee Classification, Feb 19, 1957
Box 12, Folder 2 Truck-drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers Union, Local 340 and Carriers Employers Group, Inc., Holiday Pay, March 18, 19573
Box 12, Folder 3 Tekwood Division of U.S.Plywood Corp., Lakeport, N.H. and District 50, United Mine Workers of America, Region 5, Discharge and Holiday Pay, April 11, 1957
Box 12, Folder 4 Bird and Son, Inc. and United Paperworkers of America, AFL-CIO, Local 1330, Suspension and Discharge, March 18, 1957 and May 22 1957
Box 12, Folder 5 UAW, Local 1251 and A.H.Wells Co., Inc., Incentive Standards, May 29, 1957
Box 12, Folder 6 UAW, Local 1251 and A.H.Wells Co., Inc., Incentive Standards Discharge, May 29, 1957
Box 12, Folder 7 UAW, Local 1251 and A.H. Wells Co., Inc., Incentive Standards, May 29, 1957
Box 12, Folder 8 CBS-HYTRON, a division of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, Local 270, Automatic Step Increases, June 21, 1957
Box 12, Folder 9 Fairbanks, Morse, and Co, St. Johnsbury Works and United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Union of America and Local 234, Entitled Pay, July 24, 1957
Box 12, Folder 10 Brotherhood of Utility Workers of New England, Local 310 and Naragansett Electric Co., Discharge of Worker, Aug 1, 1957
Box 12, Folder 11 Brotherhood of Utility Workers of New England, Local 310, and Naragansett Electric Co., Discharge of Worker, 1957
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1 C. A. Lund and Co. and United Steelworkers of America, Layoff of Worker, Oct 3, 1957
Box 13, Folder 2 International Association of Machinists and Hammel-Dahl Co., Discharge of Employee, Oct 8, 1957
Box 13, Folder 3 Leather Workers International Union, Local 295, and J. O. Whitten Co., Refusal to Allow Employee Back to Work, Oct 15, 1957
Box 13, Folder 4 American Screw Co., Willimantic, Conn., and United Steelworkers of America, Disciplinary Layoff, Sept 15, 1957
Box 13, Folder 5 Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union and Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates, Work Duties, Job Description, transcripts, Nov 14, 1957
Box 13, Folder 6 Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union and Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates, Work Duties, Job Description, transcripts, Nov 14, 1957
Box 13, Folder 7 Workers Independent Union and Merrimack Manufacturing Co., Reporting When Work is Not Available, Nov 21, 1957
Box 13, Folder 8 Gaychrome Co. and United Steelworkers of America, and Local 5412, Discharge for Working Past Time at a Competition Job, Dec 2, 1957
Box 13, Folder 9 Tubular Rivet and Stud Co. and Granite Lodge, No. 1451, International Association of Machinists, Alcohol Related Discharge, Jan 6, 1958
Box 13, Folder 10 Joy Manufacturing Co. and United Steelworkers of America, McLelland-Lewko Grievance, Jan 23, 1958
Box 13, Folder 11 Clifford Manufacturing Co and International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, Local 274, Seniority, Feb 18, 1958
Box 13, Folder 12 Clifford Manufacturing Co. and International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, March 5, 1958
Box 13, Folder 13 Utility Workers Union of America and Boston Edison Co., Contracting Out Work, April 18, 1958
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1 Utility Workers Union of America and Boston Edison Co., Contracting Out Work, April 18, 1958
Box 14, Folder 2 Heywood-Wakefield Co. and United Workers of America, Discharge, June 19, 1956
Box 14, Folder 3 Heywood-Wakefield Co. and United Furniture Workers of America, Male/Female Jobs, July 17, 1953
Box 14, Folder 4 Heywood-Wakefield Co. and United Furniture Workers of America, Reinstatement of Worker, Oct 30, 1958
Box 14, Folder 5 Heywood-Wakefield Co. and United Furniture Workers of America, Discharge, Jan 29, 1954
Box 14, Folder 6 Wyandotte Worsted Co., Waterville, Maine, and Textile Workers Union of America, Right to Change Work Assignments, undated
Box 14, Folder 7 Scott and Williams, Inc. and United Steelworkers of America, Local 4524, Suspension on Discipline, Dec 15, 1958
Box 14, Folder 8 United Steelworkers of America, Local 4171, and Hume Pipe of New England, Discharge, transcript (vol.1), Dec 18, 1958
Box 14, Folder 9 United Steelworkers of America, Local 4171,and Hume Pipe of New England, Discharge, transcript (vol.2), Jan 6, 1959
Box 14, Folder 10 Textile Workers Union of America and Continental Mills, Lewiston, Maine, Change in Assignments, Jan 8, 1959
Box 14, Folder 11 Bates Division, Bates Manufacturing Co, Lewiston, Maine, and Textile Workers Union of America, Work Assignment Case, Feb 17, 1959
Box 14, Folder 12 Bates Division, Bates Manufacturing Co, Lewiston, Maine, and Textile Workers Union of America, Work Assignment Case, Feb 17, 1959
Box 14, Folder 13 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1027, and Westinghouse Electric Corp, Seniority and Reduction in Force, May 21, 1959
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1027, and Westinghouse Electric Corp, Seniority and Reduction in Force, transcript, May 21, 1959
Box 15, Folder 2 American Sugar Refinery Co., Boston, Mass., and Sugar Refinery Workers, Seniority, June 18, 1959
Box 15, Folder 3 Insurance Workers International Union and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Termination of Agent, transcript (vol.1), Jan 14, 1960
Box 15, Folder 4 Insurance Workers International Union and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Termination of Agent, transcript (vol.2), Feb 18, 1960
Box 15, Folder 5 Insurance Workers International Union and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Termination of Agent, transcript (vol.3), Feb 19, 1960
Box 15, Folder 6 Insurance Workers International Union and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Termination of Agent, transcript (vol.4)March 3, 1960
Box 15, Folder 7 Insurance Workers International Union and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Termination of Agent, transcript (vol.5), March 4, 1960
Box 15, Folder 8 Insurance Workers International Union and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Termination of Agent, transcript (vol.6), March 17, 1960

Series III: Bethlehem Steel, Co., 1959-1962

(3 boxes)

Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Robert Veronese Regarding Work Classification, May 23, 1961
Box 16, Folder 2 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of John E. Williams regarding reclassification, June 10, 1959
Box 16, Folder 3 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Richard Taylor Regarding Reclassification, Sept 9, 1959
Box 16, Folder 4 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Norman Dutra Regarding Reclassification, 1961 1960
Box 16, Folder 5 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of A. Yoerger, April 21, 1961
Box 16, Folder 6 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Wyman Regarding Reclassification, June 21, 1961
Box 16, Folder 7 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Dorrer Regarding Reclassification, May 23, 1961
Box 17
Box 17, Folder 1 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Joseph Fasci Regarding Merit Increase, May 24, 1961
Box 17, Folder 2 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of McLelland Regarding Reclassification, June 13, 1961
Box 17, Folder 3 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Assistant Engineers of Department 87, Plant Maintenance, June 14, 1961
Box 17, Folder 4 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Counting “X” Time in Overtime Calculation, June 21, 1961
Box 17, Folder 5 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Pay for Grievance Time, June 26, 1961
Box 17, Folder 6 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Holiday Pay for April 19, 1961, Dec 20, 1961
Box 17, Folder 7 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Number of Apprentices, Feb 14, 1962
Box 17, Folder 8 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Retention of J. Frasse Out of Seniority, Feb 23, 1962 and May 1, 1962
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Ray Osgood, May 23, 1961
Box 18, Folder 2 Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. and Insurance Workers International Union, Termination of Edward Fickers, June 28, 1960
Box 18, Folder 3 Scovill Local 1604, United AutoWorkers, and Scovill Manufacturing Co., Foreman Doing Bargaining Unit Work, Sept 28, 1961
Box 18, Folder 4 Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 263, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Payments, May 15, 1962
Box 18, Folder 5 Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 263, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Coverage for Doris Small, May 15, 1962
Box 18, Folder 6 Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 263, Plant Closings, Dec 20, 1961
Box 18, Folder 7 Newspaper Guild of Boston and Lowell Sun Publishing Co., Dual Employment, Feb 6, 1974
Box 18, Folder 8 Avco Everett Research Laboratory, Everett, Mass., and Independent Union of Plant Protection Employees, Local 32, Re-assignment of Worker, July 17, 1964
Box 18, Folder 9 IAM, AFL-CIO, Lodge 354 and Lodge 19 and Veeder-Root, Inc., Grievance of James Dannahey, April 14, 1965
Box 18, Folder 10 IAM, AFL-CIO, Lodge 354 and Lodge 19 and Veeder-Root, Inc., Grievance of James Dannahey, transcript, May 14, 1965
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1 Bethlehem Steel Co. and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, Grievance of Ray Osgood, May 23, 1961
Box 18, Folder 2 Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. and Insurance Workers International Union, Termination of Edward Fickers, June 28, 1960
Box 18, Folder 3 Scovill Local 1604, United AutoWorkers, and Scovill Manufacturing Co., Foreman Doing Bargaining Unit Work, Sept 28, 1961
Box 18, Folder 4 Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 263, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Payments, May 15, 1962
Box 18, Folder 5 Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 263, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Coverage for Doris Small, May 15, 1962
Box 18, Folder 6 Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc. and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Local 263, Plant Closings, Dec 20, 1961
Box 18, Folder 7 Newspaper Guild of Boston and Lowell Sun Publishing Co., Dual Employment, Feb 6, 1974
Box 18, Folder 8 Avco Everett Research Laboratory, Everett, Mass., and Independent Union of Plant Protection Employees, Local 32, Re-assignment of Worker, July 17, 1964
Box 18, Folder 9 IAM, AFL-CIO, Lodge 354 and Lodge 19 and Veeder-Root, Inc., Grievance of James Dannahey, April 14, 1965
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1 Local 3657, United Steelworkers of America and International Union of United Steelworkers of America, Transfer of Worker to Lower Paying Job, transcript (vol.1), Nov 9, 1966
Box 19, Folder 2 Local 3657, United Steelworkers of America and International Union of United Steelworkers of America, Transfer of Worker to Lower Paying Job, transcript (vol.2), Nov 9, 1966
Box 19, Folder 3 Local 3657, United Steelworkers of America and International Union of United Steelworkers of America, Transfer of Worker to Lower Paying Job, brief for Local 3657, Nov 9, 1966
Box 19, Folder 4 Local 463, United Papermakers and Paperworkers, and Federal Paper Board Co., New Haven Board Mill, Reduction of Jobs and Changes in Duties, Sept 22, 1967
Box 19, Folder 5 United Papermakers and Paperworkers, and Federal Paper Board Co., New Haven Board Mill, Reduction of Jobs and Changes in Duties, Feb 28, 1968
Box 19, Folder 6 Local 463, United Papermakers and paperworkers, and Federal Paper Board Co., New Haven Board Mill, Reduction of Jobs and Changes in Duties, April 16, 1971
Box 19, Folder 7 Local 463, United Papermakers and Paperworkers, and Federal Paper Board Co., New Haven Board Mill, Reduction of Jobs and Changes in Duties, May 12, 1971
Box 19, Folder 8 Local 463, United Papermakers and Paperworkers, and Federal Paper Board Co., New Haven Board Mill, Reduction of Jobs and Changes in Duties, June 25, 1971
Box 19, Folder 9 Swift and Co. and United Packing House Food and Allied Workers of America, Grievance of Vincent Simeone regarding Pay, May 15, 1968
Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1 Mobil Oil Corp., New England Division, and Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union, Local 8-766, Disciplining of William J. Porter, Dec 4, 1968
Box 20, Folder 2 Amalgamated Lace Operatives of America and Valley Lace Co., Grievance Regarding Vacation Pay, transcript (vol.1), Jan 8, 1969
Box 20, Folder 3 Amalgamated Lace Operatives of America and Valley Lace Co., Grievance Regarding Vacation Pay, transcript (vol.2), Jan 8, 1969
Box 20, Folder 4 Local 837, United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of America and Ross and Roberts, Inc., transcript, undated
Box 20, Folder 5 IUE, Local 260, and Ingraham Industries, Mechanization of Jobs, July 31, 1969
Box 20, Folder 6 IUE, Local 260, and Ingraham Industries, Incentive Rates, April 15, 1971
Box 20, Folder 7 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, Oct 1, 1969

Series IV: Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, 1969-1974

(10 boxes)

Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass.of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Oct 9, 1969
Box 21, Folder 2 Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Oct 10, 1969
Box 21, Folder 3 Bay Transportation Authority and International Association of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Oct 16, 1969
Box 21, Folder 4 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Oct 31, 1969
Box 21, Folder 5 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Nov 3, 1969
Box 21, Folder 6 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Nov 3, 1969
Box 21, Folder 7 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Nov 24, 1969
Box 21, Folder 8 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Jan 21, 1970
Box 21, Folder 9 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, 1970
Box 21, Folder 10 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript (pt. 1), Jan 22, 1970
Box 21, Folder 11 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript (pt. 2), Jan 22, 1970
Box 21, Folder 12 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, corrections, Jan 22, 1970
Box 21, Folder 13 Mass. Bay Transp. Auth. and Int. Ass. of Machinists and Aero. Workers, Boston Lodge 264, Wages Hours and Working Conditions, transcript, Jan 23, 1970
Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1 Lodge 19, District 26, IAMAW and Arrow-Hart, Inc., Oct 3, 1969
Box 22, Folder 2 Metropolitan Boston Transit Authority and IAM Lodge 264, Wages, Nov 10, 1969
Box 22, Folder 3 Local 90, Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, AFL-CIO and General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, transcript, March 9, 1970
Box 22, Folder 4 Local 90, Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, AFL-CIO and General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, transcript, March 10, 1970
Box 22, Folder 5 Local 90, Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, AFL-CIO and General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, transcript, March 10, 1970
Box 22, Folder 6 Local 90, Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, AFL-CIO and General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, Elimination of Lighting Inspections, transcript, June 9, 1972
Box 22, Folder 7 Local 90, Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, AFL-CIO and General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, Elimination of Lighting Inspections, briefs, undated
Box 22, Folder 8 Trustees for the Sheet Metal Local 40 Vacation fund (Union Trustees) and Trustees for the Sheet Metal Local 40 Vacation Fund (Employer Trustees), March 13, 1970
Box 22, Folder 9 General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, May 26, 1970
Box 23
Box 23, Folder 1 General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, transcript, Nov 4, 1970
Box 23, Folder 2 General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, transcript, Nov 5, 1970
Box 23, Folder 3 General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division, and American Federation of Technical Engineers, Local 151, transcript, May 26, 1970
Box 23, Folder 4 International Moulders and Allied Workers Union, Local 163 and Monsanto Co., Promotion and Arbitrability of Grievance, Oct 22, 1970
Box 23, Folder 5 City of Everett and Everett Police Betterment Association, Collective Bargaining Agreement, July 19, 1971
Box 23, Folder 6 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, March 10, 1972
Box 23, Folder 7 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, March 10, 1972
Box 23, Folder 8 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, March 10, 1972
Box 23, Folder 9 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, transcript, March 10, 1972
Box 23, Folder 10 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, transcript, March 10, 1972
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, transcript, March 10, 1972
Box 24, Folder 2 Wellesley Teachers Association and Wellesley School Committee, Continuing Education Position, transcript, March 10, 1972
Box 24, Folder 3 United Papermakers and Paperworkers, Local 84, and Statler Industries, June 27, 1972
Box 24, Folder 4 Boston Teacher’s Union, Local 66, and School Committee of the City of Boston, Fact Finder’s Report, 1971
Box 24, Folder 5 Taunton Police Association and City of Taunton, Plainclothes Assignments, July 6, 1972
Box 24, Folder 6 Taunton Police Association and City of Taunton, Plainclothes Assignments, Aug 5, 1972
Box 24, Folder 7 Norwalk Teachers Association and Norwalk Board of Education, Interest on With-held Wages and Benefits Increases Nov 3, 1972
Box 24, Folder 8 Speidel Co. and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Right to Require a Physical Exam, Oct 17, 1973
Box 24, Folder 9 Allegheny Ludlum Industries, Inc. and United Steelworkers of America, Local Union 2242, Application of Contract on Hazards Clause, April 9, 1973
Box 24, Folder 10 United Auto Workers, Local 376 and Hartford Division, Emhart Corporation, Discharge and Promotion, April 13, 1973
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1 J. J. O’Donnell Woolens, Inc. and United Textile Workers, Local 93, Problem of Successor Company and Previous Collective Bargaining Agreement, April 19, 1973
Box 25, Folder 2 Robert Menery and City of Lawrence, Rate of Pay When Working Out of Assignment, April 25, 1973
Box 25, Folder 3 International Association of Machinists Local 1396 and Atlantic Wire Co., Discharge Due to Theft, transcript (vol.1), May 4, 1973
Box 25, Folder 4 International Association of Machinists Local 1396 and Atlantic Wire Co., Discharge Due to Theft, transcript (vol.2), May 4, 1973
Box 25, Folder 5 International Association of Machinists Local 1396 and Atlantic Wire Co., Discharge Due to Theft, transcript (vol.3), May 4, 1973
Box 25, Folder 6 International Association of Machinists Local 1396 and Atlantic Wire Co., Discharge Due to Theft, May 4, 1973
Box 25, Folder 7 Jewell Brook Woolen Co, Ludlow, Vermont, and Textile Workers Union of America, CIO, Pick Rate for Weavers, June 11, 1973
Box 25, Folder 8 Morgan Memorial, Inc. and International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Local 82, Discharge for Threats of Harm, June 19, 1973
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1 Morgan Memorial, Inc. and International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, Local 82, Discharge for Threats of Harm, transcript, June 19, 1973
Box 26, Folder 2 International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers and St. Regis Paper Co., Attleboro, Mass., Vacation Time, June 22, 1973
Box 26, Folder 3 Hartford Board of Education and Hartford Federation of Teachers, Yard Duty and Contractual Requirements, July 13, 1973
Box 26, Folder 4 East Hartford Education Association and East Hartford Board of Education, undated
Box 26, Folder 5 New Bedford Gear Division, Borg-Werner Corp. and United Auto Workers, Local 899, Allowable Number of Stewards, Aug 1, 1973
Box 26, Folder 6 Amalgamated Transit Union, Division 281 and The Connecticut Co., Pension Eligibility, Aug 8, 1973
Box 26, Folder 7 Amalgamated Transit Union, Division 281 and The Connecticut Co., Pension Eligibility, Aug 8, 1973
Box 26, Folder 8 Amalgamated Transit Union, Division 281 and The Connecticut Co., Pension Eligibility, Aug 8, 1973
Box 26, Folder 9 Warren Pumps and International United Electrical, Local 250, Job Evaluation, Sept 24, 1973
Box 26, Folder 10 Filene’s Sons Co. and Retail Clerks International Association, Local 711, Discharge for Alleged Theft, Oct 3, 1973
Box 26, Folder 11 Newspaper Guild of Greater Boston, Local 32, and North East Publishing, Inc., Dismissal and Retroactive Pay in Light of Dismissal, Oct 5, 1973
Box 26, Folder 12 Newspaper Guild of Greater Boston, Local 32, and North East Publishing, Inc., Dismissal and Retroactive Pay in Light of Dismissal, Oct 5, 1973
Box 26, Folder 13 United Paperworkers International Union and Brown Co., Discipline, Nov 8, 1973,

Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1 Textile Workers Union of America,Granite State Joint Board and Malden Mills, Inc., Barre Plant of Warren Fabrics Division, Seniority and Job Vacancy, Nov 19, 1973
Box 27, Folder 2 Teamsters, Local 112, and August A. Busch and Co. of Massachusetts, Inc., Discharge, transcript (vol. 1),Dec 13-14, 1973
Box 27, Folder 3 Teamsters, Local 112, and August A. Busch and Co. of Massachusetts, Inc., Discharge, transcript (vol. 2),Dec 13-14, 1973
Teamsters, Local 112, and August A. Busch and Co. of Massachusetts, Inc., Discharge, Dec 13-14, 1973
Box 27, Folder 5 Teamsters, Local 112, and August A. Busch and Co. of Massachusetts, Inc., Discharge, Dec 13-14, 1973
Box 27, Folder 6 Teamsters, Local 112, and August A. Busch and Co. of Massachusetts, Inc., Discharge, Dec 13-14, 1973
Box 27, Folder 7 United Auto Workers, Local 1187, and Hartford Universal Co., Discharge for Assault, Dec 5, 1973
Box 27, Folder 8 American Steel and Aluminum Corp., Worcester, Mass., and United Steelworkers of America, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Coverage of an Injured Worker, April 18, 1974
Box 27, Folder 9 Detroit Strip Division, Detroit Steel Corp., New Haven Plant, and United Steelworkers of America, Promotion, April 22, 1974
Box 27, Folder 10 Teamsters, Local 83, and United Metro, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona, Layoff and Recall, April 30, 1974
Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1 United Paperworkers International, Locals 1290 and 403, and Eastern Fine Paper, Inc., Participation in Profit Sharing, May 14, 1974
Box 28, Folder 2 United Paperworkers International, Locals 1290 and 403, and Eastern Fine Paper, Inc., Participation in Profit Sharing, May 14, 1974
Box 28, Folder 3 Sugar Refinery Workers, Local 1660, and Amstar Corp., Job Vacation Allowance, transcript, June 4, 1974
Box 28, Folder 4 Sugar Refinery Workers, Local 1660, and Amstar Corp., Job Vacation Allowance, June 4, 1974
Box 28, Folder 5 United Paperworkers International Union, AFL-CIO, and Key Container Corp., Discharge of Calvin Ford, June 18, 1974
Box 28, Folder 6 Holyoke Water Power Co., and Local 455 of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Discharge of William F. Moynihan, June 2, 1974
Box 28, Folder 7 Anchor Electric Division, Manchester, N.H., and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1621, Discipline, June 27, 1974
Box 28, Folder 8 Massachusetts Collective Bargaining Law, July 1, 1974
Box 28, Folder 9 Truck Drivers Local 170 and Atlas Distributing Co., Discharge, July 2, 1974
Box 28, Folder 10 Town of Brookline and Local 950, International Association of Firefighters, AFL-CIO, General Wage Increase, July 3, 1974
Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1 Town of Brookline and Local 950, International Association of Firefighters, AFL-CIO, General Wage Increase, July 3, 1974
Box 29, Folder 2 Town of Brookline and Local 950, International Association of Firefighters, AFL-CIO, General Wage Increase, July 3, 1974
Box 29, Folder 3 Town of Brookline and Local 950, International Association of Firefighters, AFL-CIO, General Wage Increase, July 3, 1974
Box 29, Folder 4 United Paperworkers International Union, Local 1247, and Fraser Paper Ltd., Aug 2, 1974
Box 29, Folder 5 United Steelworkers of America, Local 12924 and Connecticut Natural Gas Corp., Hartford, Aug 28, 1974
Box 29, Folder 6 Textile Workers Union of America, Local 1869 and Bretmar Fabrics, Ltd., Sept 13, 1974
Box 29, Folder 7 Textile Workers Union of America and Chelsea Industries, undated
Box 29, Folder 8 International United Electrical, Local 210, and American Can Co., Sept 23, 1974
Box 29, Folder 9 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, transcript (vol.2), Nov 7, 1974
Box 29, Folder 10 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, transcript (vol.3), Nov 7, 1974
Box 29, Folder 11 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, transcript (vol.4), Nov 7, 1974
Box 30
Box 30, Folder 1 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, transcript (vol.5), Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 2 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, transcript (vol.6), Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 3 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, Fact Finders Report, Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 4 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, exhibits, Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 5 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 6 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 7 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 8 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and The City of Lawrence, Massachusetts, Nov 7, 1974
Box 30, Folder 9 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1795, and The City of Lawrence, Massachusetts, Oct 16, 1974
Box 30, Folder 10 Hampshire Regional Teachers Association and Hampshire Regional School Committee, Jan 24, 1975

Series V: 1975

(7 boxes)

Box 31
Box 31, Folder 1 Hampshire Regional Teachers Association and Hampshire Regional School Committee, Jan 24, 1975
Box 31, Folder 2 Hampshire Regional Teachers Association and Hampshire Regional School Committee, Jan 24, 1975
Box 31, Folder 3 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Locals 2222, 2320, 2327, and New England Telephone and Telegraph Co, Jan 28, 1975
Box 31, Folder 4 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Locals 2222, 2320, 2327, and New England Telephone and Telegraph Co, Jan 28, 1975
Box 31, Folder 5 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Locals 2222, 2320, 2327, and New England Telephone and Telegraph Co, Jan 28, 1975
Box 31, Folder 6 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Locals 2222, 2320, 2327, and New England Telephone and Telegraph Co, Jan 28, 1975
Box 31, Folder 7 Darien Education Association and Darien Board of Education, Jan 31, 1975
Box 31, Folder 8 Darien Education Association and Darien Board of Education, Jan 31, 1975
Box 32
Box 32, Folder 1 Maremont Corp., New England Division and Textile Workers Union of America, Local 406, Departmental Promotion and Progression, transcript, May 13, 1975
Box 32, Folder 2 Maremont Corp., New England Division and Textile Workers Union of America, Local 406, Departmental Promotion and Progression, May 13, 1975
Box 32, Folder 3 Maremont Corp., New England Division and Textile Workers Union of America, Local 406, Departmental Promotion and Progression, 1975
Box 32, Folder 4 Maremont Corp., New England Division and Textile Workers Union of America, Local 406, Departmental Promotion and Progression, 1975
Box 32, Folder 5 Massachusetts Hospital Workers, Local 880, Service Employees International Union and Jordan Hospital, Plymouth, Mass, May 20, 1975
Box 32, Folder 6 Massachusetts Hospital Workers, Local 880, Service Employees International Union and Jordan Hospital, Plymouth, Mass, May 20, 1975
Box 32, Folder 7 Massachusetts Hospital Workers, Local 880, Service Employees International Union and Jordan Hospital, Plymouth, Mass, May 20, 1975
Box 32, Folder 8 Town of Amesbury and Amesbury Police Officers Association, July 15, 1975
Box 32, Folder 9 Town of Amesbury and Amesbury Police Officers Association, July 15, 1975
Box 33
Box 33, Folder 1 Town of Amesbury and Amesbury Police Officers Association, July 15, 1975
Box 33, Folder 2 Stratford Education Association and Stratford Board of Education, July 30, 1975
Box 33, Folder 3 Middleton School Committee and Middleton Education Association, Middleton, Rhode Island, Aug 1, 1975
Box 33, Folder 4 Middleton School Committee and Middleton Education Association, Middleton, Rhode Island, Aug 1, 1975
Box 33, Folder 5 Middleton School Committee and Middleton Education Association, Middleton, Rhode Island, Aug 1, 1975
Box 33, Folder 6 Middleton School Committee and Middleton Education Association, Middleton, Rhode Island, Aug 1, 1975
Box 33, Folder 7 Middleton School Committee and Middleton Education Association, Middleton, Rhode Island, Aug 1, 1975
Box 33, Folder 8 Middleton School Committee and Middleton Education Association, Middleton, Rhode Island, Aug 1, 1975
Box 33, Folder 9 Greenwood Convalescent Home and National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, Aug 8, 1975
Box 34
Box 34, Folder 1 Barre Education Association and Barre School Board, Barre, Vermont, Aug 13, 1975
Box 34, Folder 2 Barre Education Association and Barre School Board, Barre, Vermont, Aug 13, 1975
Box 34, Folder 3 Barre Education Association and Barre School Board, Barre, Vermont, Aug 13, 1975
Box 34, Folder 4 Barre Education Association and Barre School Board, Barre, Vermont, Aug 13, 1975
Box 34, Folder 5 Barre Education Association and Barre School Board, Barre, Vermont, Aug 13, 1975
Box 34, Folder 6 Orleans Central Education Association and Orleans Central Supervisory Union, Sept 22, 1975
Box 34, Folder 7 Orleans Central Education Association and Orleans Central Supervisory Union, Sept 22, 1975
Box 34, Folder 8 Orleans Central Education Association and Orleans Central Supervisory Union, Sept 22, 1975
Box 34, Folder 9 Orleans Central Education Association and Orleans Central Supervisory Union, Sept 22, 1975
Box 34, Folder 10 United Electrical, Local 218, and Bryant Grinder Corp., Oct 7, 1975
Box 35
Box 35, Folder 1 United Electrical, Local 218, and Bryant Grinder Corp., Oct 7, 1975
Box 35, Folder 2 United Electrical, Local 218, and Bryant Grinder Corp., Oct 7, 1975
Box 35, Folder 3 United Electrical, Local 218, and Bryant Grinder Corp., Oct 7, 1975
Box 35, Folder 4 New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Discharge for Accepting Favors, transcript, Oct 17, 1975
Box 35, Folder 5 New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Discharge for Accepting Favors, Oct 17, 1975
Box 35, Folder 6 New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Discharge for Accepting Favors, exhibits, Oct 17, 1975
Box 35, Folder 7 New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Discharge for Accepting Favors, Oct 17, 1975
Box 35, Folder 8 United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO, Local 12003, and Boston Gas Co., Oct 29, 1975
Box 35, Folder 9 Town of Chelmsford and International Brotherhood of Police Officers, Oct 31, 1975
Box 35, Folder 10 Board of Education of Dover Public Schools and Dover Teachers Association (NH), Nov 3, 1975
Box 36
Box 36, Folder 1 Barrington Teachers Association and Barrington School Committee (NH), Nov 10, 1975
Box 36, Folder 2 Barrington Teachers Association and Barrington School Committee (NH), Nov 10, 1975
Box 36, Folder 3 Holbrook Drop Forge Co. and United Steelworkers of America, Local 2936, Dec 11, 1975
Box 36, Folder 4 Dorr Woolen Co. and Textile Workers Union of America, Dec 12, 1975
Box 36, Folder 5 International Association of Firefighters, Local 1297, and Town of Arlington, Aug 11, 1974
Box 36, Folder 6 International Association of Firefighters and Town of Brookline, Aug 23, 1974
Box 36, Folder 7 International Association of Firefighters and Town of Brookline, agreements and amendments to agreements
Box 36, Folder 8 International Association of Firefighters and Town of Brookline, recommendations and exhibits, Oct 29, 1975
Box 36, Folder 9 International Association of Firefighters, miscellany
Box 37
Box 37, Folder 1 International Association of Firefighters, miscellany
Box 37, Folder 2 International Association of Firefighters, miscellany
Box 37, Folder 3 International Association of Firefighters, miscellany
Box 37, Folder 4 Dedham Firefighters, International Association of Firefighters, Local 1735, and Town of Dedham
Box 37, Folder 5 Dedham Firefighters, IAF, Local 1735, and Town of Dedham
Box 37, Folder 6 International Association of Firefighters and Town of Amesbury
Box 37, Folder 7 International Association of Firefighters and Town of Amesbury
Box 37, Folder 8 International Association of Firefighters and Town of Amesbury
Box 37, Folder 9 International Association of Firefighters, Local 2038, and Town of Danvers

Index of Companies and Unions

  • A.C. Lawrence Leather Co.
  • A.C. Lawrence International Union of American Leather Workers
  • Allegheny Ludlum Industries, Inc.
  • Allen Manufacturing Co.
  • Amalgamated Lace Operatives of America
  • Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America
  • Amalgamated Transit Union
  • American Can Co.
  • American Federation of Technical Engineers
  • American Screw Co.
  • American Steel and Aluminum Corp.
  • American Sugar Refinery Co.
  • Amesbury, Town of
  • Amesbury Police Officers Association
  • Amstar Corp.
  • Anchor Electric Division
  • Anchor Manufacturing Co.
  • Atlas Distribution Corp.
  • Avco Everett Research Laboratory
  • Barre Education Association
  • Barre School Board
  • Barrington School Committee
  • Barrington Teachers Association
  • Bates Division, Bates Manufacturing Co.
  • Baxter Woolen Co.
  • Beacon Supply Co.
  • Bethlehem Steel Co.
  • Bird and Son, Inc.
  • Borg Warner Corp.
  • Boston, City of, School Committee
  • Boston Edison Co.
  • Boston Gas
  • Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co.
  • Boston Teachers’ Union
  • Bretmar Fabrics Ltd.
  • Brookline, Town of (Fire Dept.)
  • Brotherhood of Utility Workers of New England
  • Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Co.
  • Brown Co.
  • Bryant Grinder Corp.
  • Busch and Co.
  • CBS-Hytron
  • Carriers Employers Group, Inc.
  • Chase Brass and Copper Co.
  • Chase Brass and Copper Workers Union
  • Chelmsford, Town of
  • Chelsea Industries
  • Clifford Manufacturing Co.
  • Connecticut Co.
  • Connecticut Natural Gas Corp.
  • Continental Mills
  • Danvers, Town of
  • Darien Board of Education
  • Darien Education Association
  • Dedham, Town of
  • Detroit Strip Division, Detroit Steel Corp.
  • Dorr Woolen Co.
  • Dover Public Schools, Board of Education
  • Dover Teachers Association
  • Eastern Fine Paper, Inc.
  • Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates
  • Eastern Tool and Stamping Co., Inc.
  • East Hartford Board of Education
  • East Hartford Board of Education Association
  • Emhart Corp.
  • Everett, City of
  • Everett Police Betterment Association
  • Fairbanks, Morse and Co.
  • Federal Paperboard Co.
  • Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
  • Filene’s Sons Co.
  • Fitchburg Yarn Co.
  • Fraser Paper, Ltd.
  • Gaychrome Co.
  • General Dynamics Corp., Quincy Division
  • General Electric Co.
  • Great Falls Bleachery and Dye Works, Inc.
  • Greenwood Convalescent Home
  • Hammel-Dahl Co.
  • Hampshire Regional School Committee
  • Hampshire Regional Teachers Association
  • Hartford Board of Education
  • Hartford Federation of Teachers
  • Hartford Universal Co.
  • Heywood-Wakefield Co.
  • Holbrook Drop Forge Co.
  • Holyoke Water Power Co.
  • Hume Pipe of New England, Inc.
  • Independent Union of Plant Protection Employees
  • Industrial Trades Union of America
  • Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America
  • Ingraham Industries
  • Insurance Workers International Union
  • International Association of Firefighters
  • International Association of Machinists
  • International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
  • International Brotherhood of Police Officers
  • International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers
  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America
  • International Fur and Leather Workers Union
  • International Moulders and Allied Workers Union
  • International Shoe Co., Nashua, N.H.
  • International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers
  • International Union of United Steelworkers of America
  • Jewell Brook Woolen Co.
  • John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.
  • Jordan Hospital
  • Joy Manufacturing Co.
  • Key Container Corp.
  • Lawrence, City of
  • Lawrence Leather Co.
  • Lawrence Leather Workers International Union of America
  • Leather Workers International Union
  • Lichtmann Tanning Corp.
  • Lister Worsted Co.
  • Lowell Sun Pub. Co.
  • Lund and Co. (C.A. Lund and Co.)
  • Lycoming Division, Avco Manufacturing Corp.
  • McElwain Co. (J.F. McElwain Co.), Nashua, N.H.
  • Malden Mills, Inc.
  • Maremont Corp.
  • Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority
  • Massachusetts Collective Bargaining Law
  • Massachusetts Hospital Workers
  • Massachusetts Leather Manufacturer’s Association
  • Merrimack Manufacturing Co.
  • Metal Products Workers Union
  • Metropolitan Boston Transit Authority
  • Middleton Education Association
  • Middleton School Committee
  • Mobil Oil Corp.
  • Monsanto Co.
  • Morgan Memorial, Inc.
  • Narragansett Electric Co.
  • National Union of Hospital and Health care Employees
  • New England Telephone and Telegraph Co.
  • New Hampshire Shoeworkers Union
  • Newspaper Guild of Boston
  • Newspaper Guild of Greater Boston
  • Niles-Bemont-Pond Co.
  • North East Publishing, Inc.
  • Norwalk Board of Education
  • O’Donnell Woolens, Inc.
  • Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union
  • Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union
  • Orleans Central Education Association
  • Orleans Central Supervisory Union
  • Post Pub. Co.
  • Providence Engineering Works Corp.
  • Providence Gas Co.
  • Retail Clerks International Association
  • Robert Menery
  • Ross and Roberts, Inc.
  • Royal Industrail Union
  • Royal Typewriter Co., Inc.
  • Saco-Lowell Shops
  • St. Regis Paper Co.
  • Scott and Williams, Inc.
  • Scovill Manufacturing Co.
  • Slatersville Finishing Co.
  • Speidel Co.
  • Statler Industries
  • Stratford Board of Education
  • Stratford Education Association
  • Sugar Refinery Workers
  • Swift and Co.
  • Taunton, City of
  • Taunton Police Association
  • Tekwood Division of United States Plywood Corp.
  • Textile Workers Union of America
  • Torrington Co.
  • Truck Drivers Local 170
  • Truckdrivers, Warehousemen and Helpers Union
  • Tubular Rivet and Stud Co.
  • United Auto Workers
  • United Furniture Workers of America
  • United Metro, Inc.
  • United Mine Workers of America
  • United Packing House Food and Allied Workers of America
  • United Papermakers and Paperworkers
  • United Paperworkers International Union
  • United Paperworkers of America
  • United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastics Workers of America
  • United Shoe Workers of America
  • United Steelworkers of America
  • United Textile Workers of America
  • Utility Workers Union of America
  • Valley Lace Co.
  • Veeder Root, Inc.
  • Verdun Manufacturing Co.
  • Wachusetts Spinning Mills, Inc.
  • Warren Pumps
  • Watatic Spinning Mills, Inc.
  • Wellesley, Town of
  • Wellesley School Committee
  • Wellesley Teachers Association
  • Wells and Co.
  • Westinghouse Electric Corp.
  • Whitten Co.
  • Workers’ Independent Union
  • Wyandotte Worsted Co.