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Lewis Graham Hines papers, 1916-1959

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BOX 10-11 Speeches and Writings File, 1933-1956
Speeches, writings, and congressional testimony by Hines.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 10 1933-1947
(12 folders)
BOX 11 1948-1956, undated
(4 folders)
BOX 11-26 Subject File, 1916-1959
Correspondence, reports, minutes, personnel lists, application forms, press releases, expense sheets, handwritten notes, draft materials, typewritten manuscripts, petitions and resolutions, and miscellaneous printed and near-print matter.
Arranged according to agency or organization and therein alphabetically by topic or type of material. Miscellaneous subjects arranged alphabetically at the end of the file.
BOX 11 United States Employment Service in Pennsylvania
1931-1932, Nov.
(8 folders)
BOX 12 1932, Dec.-1933, Mar.
(2 folders)
Department of Highways, personnel strength, 1932
Job applications, 1931-1933
(2 folders)
Lists of disabled veterans eligible for unemployment (from United States Department of Labor), 1931
Lists of unemployed veterans available for road work, 1931-1933
(2 folders)
Pinchot-Hines controversy, 1932
Reports, 1931-1933
Pennsylvania Federation of Labor
Annual convention reports
BOX 13 1938-1943
Central Labor Union of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa., 1940
Labor directory and minutes of Mar. 1938 meeting
Clippings, 1938
“Report of Proceedings of the Special Convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor”, Apr. 7-9, 1938
(3 folders)
Special convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, 1938
Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry
CIO and Communism
(3 folders)
BOX 14 Investigative files, 1940-1942
(6 folders)
Investigative report on Pittsburgh Workers School, Pittsburgh, Pa., circa 1939
Personnel lists
(2 folders)
Printed matter, 1938-1943
Resolutions, petitions, and charges of unfair labor practices against Hines, 1940-1941
BOX 15 UC Reporter 1939-1942
Miscellaneous resolutions, affidavits, and personnel lists, 1939-1942
Eighth National Conference on Labor Legislation, 1941
Final Messages of Governor Arthur H. James to the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1943
News releases, 1939-1940
Pennsylvania Labor and Industry Review, 1939-1940
Questionnaires concerning a dispute between Hines and the Social Security Board over civil service matters, 1941
Telegrams protesting dismissal of civil service workers, May-June 1939
Union resolutions calling on Hines to inform aliens of the state law requiring them to register, Dec. 1939
Union resolutions condemning Hines's anti-union order, Feb. 1940
Union resolutions denouncing Hines as a union buster, Oct.-Dec. 1939
BOX 16 Union resolutions protesting Hines's dismissal of state employees, May 1939
Miscellaneous memoranda and reports, 1939-1942
Wendell L. Willkie campaign for president, 1940
Correspondence, Aug.-Nov.
(2 folders)
Pennsylvania Labor, Labor Committee of Pennsylvania for the Election of Wendell L. Willkie and Charles L. McNary
Republican convention, clippings
(3 folders)
BOX 17 (1 folder)
Typewritten speeches and news releases and miscellaneous printed matter
Metal Polishers, Buffers, Platers and Helpers
International Union
Metal Polisher, Buffer and Plater, 1938-1949
(2 folders)
Our Journal, 1929
20th biannual convention, June 21-24, 1943
21st biannual convention, Sept. 8-10, 1947
22nd International convention, Sept. 12-17, 1955
Miscellaneous reports, resolutions, and proceedings, 1943-1953, undated
BOX 18 American Federation of Labor
Absenteeism, 1943
AFL and postwar planning, 1943
AFL organizers and war production, 1944-1945
Alaska, H.R. 3859 and S. 1446, 1947
Antiracketeering Act (Hobbs bill), 1943
Arkansas State Federation of Labor, 1938
Artists Local Union 20329, membership list, circa 1944
Bicycle Institute of America, 1953-1954
Brass mill production, 1945
Chinese Exclusion Act amendment, H.R. 1882, 1943
CIO Communism and the Mundt-Nixon and Mundt-Ferguson bills, 1947-1949
Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report, 1949
(2 folders)
Closed shops, 1943
Consumers, 1944
Convention report, 1944
Fair Employment Practices Committee, 1944, 1949
Federal Trade Commission, financial report series, 1942, 1947
Fisheries industry, H.R. 1766 and S. 687, 1943
Fish, regulation of, circa 1945
BOX 19 Government employees, H.R. 1860 and S. 575, 1943
Home Owners Loan Corp., 1942-1943
Home training of the Organized Reserve Corps, 1946-1947
“In the Matter of National Biscuit Company,” report of the proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, 1946
Jews, H.R. 418 and 419, 1944
List of locals of international unions in Pennsylvania, 1937
Lobbying, registration forms and expenditures, 1946-1949
Meany, George, copies of correspondence, 1954-1955
Manpower during World War II, 1944-1945
National Child Labor Committee, 1944
National Health bill, 1947
National Council of Cement Workers, convention reports, 1938-1939National insurance legislation, circa 1944
Naval amphibious warfare, 1944
NRA hearings on complaints against Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Co., 1934
Pattern Makers Journal, 1958-1959
Peacetime conscription, H.R. 115, 1945
BOX 20 Personal expense accounts, 1943-1949
Political matter, Williams, McDevitt, and Green controversy, 1938
Price Control Act, 1944
Right-to-work laws, 1953-1955
Selective service training and the War Department, 1944-1945
Selective service training, S. 1864, 1944
Social security, circa 1943
Taft-Hartley bill, 1947-1953
Universal military training, 1947-1949
BOX 21 Veterans benefits
National Committee on Service to Veterans Minutes, 1948-1949
Printed matter
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