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LABOR

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The category “Labor” is used for material pertaining to the general subject of non-Federal labor, employment status, unemployment, wage rates, earnings, labor statistics, matters relating to arbitration, national and independent labor unions, and labor-management relations.

LA

LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS

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Boxes 1 - 2

Material pertaining to union elections, manpower needs, Fair Labor Standards Act and Amendments, employment and unemployment, labor disputes and settlements, President’s Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy, repeal of Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act, and collective bargaining.

LA 1

Boards (Labor)

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Box 2

One cross reference in the executive file; general file contains materials related to the appointment of, functioning, and reports of emergency arbitration boards. Arranged alphabetically by name of board.

LA 1/Railroad Special Board – 7/18/67

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Box 2

Contains material on the functioning of this special board and its report to the President.

LA 1/Railroad Special Panel. [ 4/22/67 ]

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Boxes 2 - 3

Material on the appointment, operations, and report of this railroad dispute panel.

LA 1-1

Emergency Boards-Commissions.

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Box 3

Material on the creation of emergency boards and commissions by Presidential emergency orders, appointment of members, operations of, and reports of these boards. Arranged alphabetically by name of industry involved and subdivided by name of board or commission.

LA 1-1/Airline/American Airlines, Inc. and Transportation Workers Union of America .

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Box 3

Emergency Board #167 created by Executive Order 11291.

LA 1-1/Airline/Braniff Airlines, etc.

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Box 3

Emergency Board #158 created by Executive Order 11131, 12/11/63, for dispute between Braniff, Continental, Eastern, National, and Trans World Airways and International Association of Machinists.

LA 1-1/Airline/Five Carriers Negotiating Committee.

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Box 3

Emergency Board #166 created by Executive Order 11276, 4/21/66, for dispute between Eastern, National, Northwest, TWA, and United Airlines and International Association of Mechanics and Aerospace Workers.

LA 1-1/Airline/Pan American.

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Box 3

Emergency Board #168 created by Executive Order 11308, 9/30/66 , for dispute between Pan American and TWU.

LA 1-1/Railroad.

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Box 3

Material on emergency boards for strikes of Order of Railroad Conductors and Brakemen ( 1/15/69 ) and Brotherhood of Signalmen ( 1/16/69 ).

LA 1-1/Railroad, Atchison , Topeka , and Santa Fe .

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Box 3

Emergency Board #165 created by Executive Order 11243, 9/25/65 , for dispute with Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.

LA 1-1/Railroad/Eastern, Western, and Southeastern Carrier’s Conference Committees, etc.

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Box 3

Emergency Board #159 created by Executive Order 11135, 1/3/64 , for dispute with Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen.

LA 1-1/Railroad/Florida East Coast Railway Company.

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Box 3

Emergency Board #157 created by Executive Order 11127, 11/9/63 , for dispute with eleven Cooperating Railway Labor Organizations.

LA 1-1/Railroad/Illinois Central Railroad Company, etc.

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Box 3

Emergency Board #172 created by Executive Order 11433, 11/6/68, for dispute between Louisville and Nashville Company, and Belt Railway Company of Chicago with Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.

LA 1-1/Railroad/Long Island Railroad.

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Box 4

Emergency Board #170 created by Executive Order 11343, 4/12/67 , and Emergency Board #173 created by Executive Order 11442, 12/27/68 , for disputes with Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.

LA 1-1/Railroads/National Labor Conference.

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Box 4

Emergency Boards #160, 161, 163, 166, 169, and 171 for disputes between carriers of National Railway Labor Conference and railroad labor unions.

LA 1-2

Inquiry, Boards of.

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Box 4

Material on the creation of boards of inquiry by Presidential executive orders, appointment of members, operations of, and reports of these boards. Arranged alphabetically by name of industry involved. Includes list of times President Johnson invoked the Taft-Hartley Act.

LA 1-2/Maritime.

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Box 5

9/30/68 Executive Order 11431 for dispute between Maritime Industry of Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and International Association of Longshoremen; and 9/30/64 Executive Order 11181.

LA 1-2/Military Aircraft Engine Industry.

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Box 5

Board created by Executive Order 11321, 12/19/66 , for dispute between Union Carbide Corporation and United Steelworkers of America.

LA 1-2/Military Aircraft Industry, etc.

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Box 5

Board created by Executive Order 11344, 4/15/67, for dispute between AVCO Corporation and International Union of United Auto, Aerospace, and Agriculture Implement Workers of America.

LA 1-2/Military Jet Engines Industry, etc.

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Box 5

Board created by Executive Order 11314, 1/17/66, for dispute between GE Company and International Union of Automobile, Aerospace, and Agriculture Implement Workers of America.

LA 1-2/Shipbuilding and Repair Industries

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Box 5

Board created by Executive Order 11329, 3/2/67, for West Coast shipyard labor dispute between Pacific Coast Shipbuilders Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

LA 2

Conditions-Employment-Unemployment

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Boxes 6 - 14

Material on the effect of automation on labor conditions, manpower, development and training, vocational education program, and employment-unemployment, including: Fair Labor Standards Act; President’s 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969 Manpower Reports; 4/65 Report of the President’s Science Advisory Committee-Panel on Scientific and Technical Manpower; Report of President’s Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy; President’s Committee on Manpower; Private Industry-Government Pilot Program (Test Project) 1967; President’s Committee on Health Manpower; 11/1/66 Report of Task Force of President’s Committee on Manpower; President’s 1968 Test Program for Job Development; Reports from Joint Commission on Correctional Manpower & Training; states’ vocational education programs; Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution; employment/unemployment statistics, including Negro unemployment, minority employment, veterans’ employment, hard-core unemployment, and youth; job discrimination; and government employment programs, including: work incentive programs, Concentrated Employment Programs, Manpower Development and Training Act, Economic Opportunity Act, Project Outreach, Youth Opportunity Centers, Social Security Amendments, Medicare, Apprenticeship Programs, Job Corps, VA programs, and NAB’s job programs and summer youth employment programs (see also WE 9). (Previously opened for Education 1/72).

LA 2-1

Aged.

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Box 14

Executive file contains 3 cross references; general file contains material on employment and unemployment of senior citizens, retired persons, and business executives over 40, including age discrimination in government employment.

LA 2-2

Child.

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Boxes 14 - 15

Material on youth employment programs, including summer jobs, dropout programs, migrant children, disadvantaged youth, and vocational training; youth unemployment; and child labor standards in the Fair Labor Standards Act.

LA 2-3

Handicapped.

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Box 15

Material on employment and rehabilitation programs for the handicapped, including 2/68 Labor-HEW Report on Developing More Meaningful Employment Opportunities for Handicapped Citizens, and 12/6/65 Report of the President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped.

LA 2-4

Statistics.

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Box 15

Executive file contains Labor Department employment statistics; general file contains statistics on Florida ’s labor market trends.

LA 2-5

Youth Opportunity Campaign 6/8/65 .

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Boxes 15 - 16

Material on youth employment programs, including HEW summer job program; Task Force on Youth Opportunity; local councils on youth opportunity programs; Neighborhood Youth Corps’ programs; and organization, operations, and results of President’s Youth Opportunity Campaign.

LA 3

Fair Labor Standards.

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Boxes 16 - 17

Material on right to work laws, closed vs. open shop, Fair Labor Standards Act, National Mediation Board cases, union vs. non-union matters, Fair Labor Standards Act of 1966 Amendments, and minimum wage.

LA 4

Investigations.

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Box 17

Material on investigations of labor racketeering practices, union elections, and union practices and policies.

LA 5

Migratory-Seasonal Labor.

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Boxes 17 - 19

Material on government policies and problems pertaining to migratory-seasonal labor, including coverage of agricultural labor under Fair Labor Standards Act; Mexican bracero issue in California; laws governing importation of foreign nationals for farm labor; farm labor shortage; OEO migrant program; farm labor strikes; President’s 1967 five point program for aid to migrant workers; and 1965 Department of Labor Report on Seasonal Farm Labor.

LA 6

Strikes-Work Stoppages

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Boxes 19 - 20

Material on compulsory arbitration, collective bargaining, repeal of Section 14(b) of Taft-Hartley Act, economic effects of strikes, National Labor Relations Act’s coverage of strikes, roles of National Mediation Board and Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, and strike situations and potential labor disputes.

LA 6/Aerospace.

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Box 20

Material on 1968 strike by International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers against Boeing and Lockheed, and 1965 McDonnell Aircraft negotiations.

LA 6/Agriculture.

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Box 20

Material on strike activities of National Farmers Organization, California grape strike, strike against Campbell Soup Company, and Duluth , Minnesota , grain dealers’ dispute.

LA 6/Aircraft.

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Box 20

Material on 1967 settlement of AVCO-UAW dispute, and strikes against McDonnell Aircraft, Boeing, Douglas Aircraft Company, and Long Island Sperry Gyroscope Company.

LA 6/Airlines.

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Boxes 20 - 23

Material on 1964-1967 airlines strikes, economic impact of these strikes, especially on defense and wage guidelines, and public reactions to these disputes.

LA 6/Atomic Energy.

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Box 23

Material on strikes at atomic energy plant at Hansford , Washington , and at test site (AEC) in Nevada .

LA 6/Automobile.

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Box 23

Material on United Auto Workers’ strikes against the major automobile companies and their economic impact.

LA 6/Cans.

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Box 24

Material on 1965 strike of United Steelworkers of America against American Can Company and Continental Can Company.

LA 6/Cement.

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Box 24

Material on 1966 walkout of Houston Cement Finishers and 1965 lockout of employees at Oklahoma Chemical Company.

LA 6/Chemical Workers.

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Box 24

Executive file was not used; general file contains requests for Presidential intervention in strikes by International Chemical Union and United Steelworkers of American against Sperry Rand, Union Carbide, and Nevada Mercury Plant.

LA 6/Construction.

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Box 24

Material on 1965-1967 construction strikes, wage disputes, and collective bargaining.

LA 6/Copper.

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Box 24

Material on 1967-1968 copper strike, including negotiations by government-appointed mediation panel, requests for Presidential intervention, and CEA, Commerce, and Labor reports on the economic effects of this strike.

LA 6/ Electric.

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Box 25

Material on International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ strikes and wage disputes with General Electric, Westinghouse , Illinois Bell Telephone, and Essex Wire Corporation; effect on wage-price guidelines; and requests for Presidential intervention.

LA 6/Entertainment.

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Box 25

Material on labor disputes between American Federation of Musicians and National Association of Orchestra Leaders and National Symphony Orchestra.

LA 6/Firefighters.

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Box 25

Executive file was not used; general files contain material on dispute between Atlanta Firefighters Union and City of Atlanta .

LA 6/Glass.

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Box 25

Material on strikes by Glass Bottle Blowers Association against Glass Container Manufacturers, Rolland Glass Company, Adamston Flat Glass Company, and United China and Glass Company.

LA 6/Hotel and Restaurant Employees.

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Box 25

Executive file was not used; general file contains 6/3/66 correspondence charging violations of National Labor Relations Act by picket of Sheraton Hotel in Oklahoma City .

LA 6/Insurance.

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Box 25

Material on strikes of Insurance Workers International Union.

LA 6/Lumber.

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Box 25

Executive file was not used; general file was not used.

LA 6/Maritime.

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Boxes 25 - 26

Material on dock strikes affecting East, West, and Gulf coasts; President’s invoking of Taft-Hartley Act; disputes involving personnel provision for U.S. flag vessels, especially S.S. Elizabeth Lykes; economic effects of maritime strikes; and closing of St. Lawrence Seaway.

LA 6/Metropolitan Opera.

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Box 26

Executive and general files were not used.

LA 6/Mining.

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Box 26

Material on United Mine Workers strikes against coal, nickel, and copper industries.

LA 6/Missile and Space Sites.

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Box 26

Material on 1964-1965 strikes at Nevada test site, Goddard Space Center , Cape Kennedy , and Land Air Corporation.

LA 6/Newspapers.

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Box 26

Material on newspaper strikes in Washington , New York City, Detroit , Boston , and Baltimore .

LA 6/Office and Store Employees.

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Box 26

Executive file not used; general file contains requests for Presidential intervention in strikes by Office Employees International Union and in disputes in the food industry.

LA 6/Oil.

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Box 26

Material on the 1968-69 strike by the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union against petroleum refining companies, the 1965 strike against Shamrock Oil and Gas Corporation, and 1966 oil strike negotiations.

LA 6/Paper.

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Box 27

Executive file was not used; general file contains material on the strike against Southern Kraft Division of International Paper Company.

LA 6/Plumbers, Pipe Fitters.

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Box 27

Material on 1966-1968 strikes by the International Union of Plumbers and Steamfitters.

LA 6/Printers.

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Box 27

Executive file was note used; general file contains 10/18/67 request for Presidential intervention in New York City printers’ strike.

LA 6/Railroads.

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Boxes 27 - 29

Material on the mediation and negotiation of railway labor disputes, including appointments of emergency boards, collective bargaining, court injunctions, Presidential statements, role of National Mediation Board, Railway Labor Act, railroad strike legislation, Railroad Work Rules dispute, and economic effects of these strikes. (See also LA 1-1/Railroad.)

LA 6/Sanitation Workers.

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Box 29

Material on the New York City sanitation workers strike.

LA 6/School (Teachers, etc.)

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Box 29

Material on teachers’ strikes in New York City and Florida . Includes Harold Howe’s 1967 statement on teacher strikes.

LA 6/Shipbuilding and Repairs.

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Box 29

Material on settlement of West Coast shipyards strike.

LA 6/Steel.

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Boxes 29 - 30

Material on the mediation and negotiation of steel labor disputes, including wage-price negotiations, President’s meetings with steel executives, guideposts, economic impact of steel strikes, contract settlements, requests for Presidential intervention in specific strikes, and public opinion relating to labor-management positions.

LA 6/Textile.

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Box 30

Executive file not used; general file contains requests for Presidential intervention in Textile Union of America strike against Lone Star Textile Plant in Cuero , Texas .

LA 6/Tire Industry.

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Box 30

Material on 1967 tire strike.

LA 6/Transit.

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Box 30

Material on the negotiations and settlements of the transit strikes in New York City and Washington , D.C.

LA 6/Truckers.

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Box 30

Material on the negotiations, settlement, and economic effects of the 1967 teamsters strike against Trucking Employers, Inc.

LA 6/Upholsters.

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Box 30

Executive and general files were not used.

LA 6/Utilities.

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Box 30

Material on Communications Workers of America, Telephone Workers Union, Commercial Telegraphers Union, and IUE strikes against utilities companies.

LA 6/Weapons-Ordnance-Munitions.

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Box 30

Executive file was not used; general file contains requests for Presidential intervention in 1967 copper strike and Colt Industries strike.

LA 7

Unions.

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Boxes 31 - 32

Material on union labor contracts, strike negotiations and settlements, elections, and investigations; White House meetings with union leaders, economists and research directors; Fair Labor Standards Act and its amendments; repeal of section 14(b) of Taft-Hartley Act; collective bargaining; wage guidelines; and NLRB decisions, rules, and regulations.

LA 7/MC

Unions/Meetings.

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Box 32

Material on 5/4/64 , 7/24/64 , and 9/1/64 White House meetings with labor leaders.

LA 8

Wages/Hours.

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Boxes 32 - 34

Material on wage-price negotiations and guidelines; minimum wage legislation; Fair Labor Standards Act; unemployment compensation; 1967 Commission on Guaranteed Minimum Income; income maintenance; wage garnishment; and Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act.

LA 9

Welfare-Pensions-Retirement.

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Box 34

Material on union pension funds, private and government pension and retirement plans; Railroad Retirement Act and its amendments, public assistance programs under Social Security laws, and self-employed pension funding. Includes reports from: President’s Committee on Corporate Pension Plans, Funds and Other Retirement and Welfare Programs (“Public Policy and Private Pension Programs”), Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy (Pension Plan Report), and SEC (Report on Private Noninsured Pension Funds.)

LABOR

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Container List

Container Number

Folder Title

Inclusive Dates

1

Ex LA Labor-Management Relations

Gen LA

11/22/63-5/24/65

2

Gen LA

5/25/65-4/5/68

Ex LA 1 Boards (Labor)

Ex LA 1/Railroad Special Board-7/18/67

Gen LA 1Boards (Labor)

Gen LA 1/Railroad Arbitration Board No. 282

3

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad Special Panel

Gen LA 1-1/Railroad Special Panel

Ex LA 1-1 Emergency Boards-Commissions

Gen LA 1-1

Ex LA 1-1/Airline/American Airlines, Inc. & Transport Workers Union of America

Ex LA 1-1/Airlines/Braniff Airlines, etc.

Ex LA 1-1/Airlines/Five Carriers Negotiating Committee

Gen LA 1-1/Airlines/Five…

Ex LA 1-1/Airlines/Pan American World Airways

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad

Gen LA 1-1/Railroad

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad/Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad/Eastern, Western, and Southeastern Carrier’s Conference Committees, etc.

Gen LA 1-1/Railroad/Eastern…

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad/Florida East Coast Railway Co.

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad/Illinois Central Railroad Co. etc.

Gen LA 1-1/Railroad/Illinois Central…

4

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad/Long Island Railroad

Ex LA 1-1/Railroad/National Railway Labor Conference 11/23/63-12/31/64

Gen LA 1-1/Railroad/National…

Ex LA 1-2 Inquiry, Boards of

Gen LA 1-2

5

Ex LA 1-2/Maritime

Ex LA 1-2/Military Aircraft Engine Industry

Ex LA 1-2/Military Aircraft Industry, etc.

Gen LA 1-2/Military Aircraft Industry, etc.

Ex LA 1-2/Military Jet Engines Industry, etc.

Gen LA 1-2/Military Jet Engines Industry, etc

Ex LA 1-2/Shipbuilding and Repair

6

Ex LA 2 Conditions-Employment-Unemployment

11/22/63-9/2/65

7

Ex LA 2

9/3/65-7/11/67

8

Ex LA 2

7/12/67-12/31/67

9

Ex LA 2

1/1/68-10/31/68

10

Ex LA 2

11/1/68-1/20/69

Gen LA 2

11/22/63-5/25/64

11

Gen LA 2

5/26/64-4/14/65

12

Gen LA 2

4/15/65-4/25/67

13

Gen LA 2

4/26/67-3/5/68

14

Gen LA 2

3/6/68-1/20/69

Ex LA 2-1 Aged

Gen LA 2-1 Aged

Ex LA 2-2 Child

15

Gen LA 2-2 Child

Ex LA 2-3 Handicapped

Gen LA 2-3 Handicapped

Ex LA 2-4 Statistics

Gen LA 2-4 Statistics

Ex LA 2-5 Youth Opportunity Campaign

11/22/63-1/8/69

16

Gen LA 2-5 Youth Opportunity Campaign

Ex LA 3 Fair Labor Standards

Gen LA 3 Fair Labor Standards

11/22/63-4/8/66

17

Gen LA 3

4/9/66-7/2/68

Ex LA 4 Investigations

Gen LA 4 Investigations

Ex LA 5 Migratory-Seasonal Labor

Gen LA 5 Migratory-Seasonal Labor

11/22/63-9/30/64

18

Gen LA 5 Migratory-Seasonal Labor

10/1/64-8/26/65

19

Gen LA 5

8/27/65-7/31/68

Ex LA 6/Strikes-Work Stoppages

Gen LA 6/Strikes-Work Stoppages

11/22/63-1/18/66

20

Gen LA 6/Strikes-Work Stoppages

1/19/66-1/25/68

Ex LA 6/Aerospace

Gen LA 6/Aerospace

Ex LA 6/Agriculture

Gen LA 6/Agriculture

Ex LA 6/Aircraft

Gen LA 6/Aircraft

Ex LA 6/Airlines

11/23/63-7/29/66

21

Ex LA 6/Airlines

7/30/66-2/9/67

Gen LA 6/Airlines

Gen LA 6/Airlines

11/23/63-7/15/66

22

Gen LA 6/Airlines

7/16/66-8/2/66

23

Gen LA 6/Airlines

8/3/66-7/6/67

Ex LA 6/Atomic Energy

Gen LA 6/Atomic Energy

Ex LA 6/Automobile

Gen LA 6/Automobile

24

Ex LA 6/Cans

Gen LA 6/Cement

Gen LA 6/Chemical Workers

Ex LA 6/Construction

Gen LA 6/Construction

Ex LA 6/Copper

Gen LA 6/Copper

25

Ex LA 6/Electric

Gen LA 6/Electric

Ex LA 6/Entertainment

Gen LA 6/Entertainment

Gen LA 6/Firefighters

Ex LA 6/Glass

Gen LA 6/Glass

Gen LA 6/Hotel and Restaurant Employees

Ex LA 6/Insurance

Gen LA 6/Insurance

Ex LA 6/Lumber

Gen LA 6/Lumber

Ex LA 6/Maritime

Gen LA 6/Maritime

11/22/63-3/31/65

26

Gen LA 6/Maritime

4/1/65-1/13/69

Ex LA 6/Metropolitan Opera

Ex LA 6/Mining

Gen LA 6/Mining

Ex LA 6/Missile and Space Sites

Gen LA 6/Missile and Space Sites

Ex LA 6/Newspapers

Gen LA 6/Newspapers

Ex LA 6/Office and Store Employees

Gen LA 6/Office and Store Employees

Ex LA 6/Oil

Gen LA 6/Oil

27

Gen LA 6/Paper

Ex LA 6/Plumbers, Pipe Fitters

Gen LA 6/Plumbers, Pipe Fitters

Ex LA 6/Printers

Gen LA 6/Printers

Ex LA 6/Railroads

Gen LA 6/Railroads

11/22/63-11/20/64

28

Gen LA 6/Railroads

11/21/64-2/20/68

29

Gen LA 6/Railroads

2/21/68-12/27/68

Ex LA 6/Sanitation Workers

Gen LA 6/Sanitation Workers

Ex LA 6/School (Teachers, etc.)

Gen LA 6/School (Teachers, etc.)

Ex LA 6/Shipbuilding and Repairs

Gen LA 6/Shipbuilding and Repairs

Ex LA 6/Steel

Gen LA 6/Steel

11/22/63-9/16/65

30

Gen LA 6/Steel

9/17/65-7/29/68

Gen LA 6/Textile

Ex LA 6/Tires

Gen LA 6/Tire Industry

Ex LA 6/Transit

Gen LA 6/Transit

Ex LA 6/Truckers

Gen LA 6/Truckers

Ex LA 6/Upholsterers

Gen LA 6/Upholsterers

Ex LA 6/ Utilities

Gen LA 6/ Utilities

Ex LA 6/ Weapons-Ordnance-Munitions.

Gen LA 6/ Weapons-Ordnance-Munitions.

31

Ex LA 7 Unions

Gen LA 7 Unions

11/22/63-9/30/65

32

Gen LA 7 Unions

10/1/65-1/18/69

Ex LA 7/MC Labor Leaders’ Meeting

Gen LA 7/MC Labor Leaders’ Meeting

Ex LA 8 Wages/Hours

11/22/63-4/4/66

33

Ex LA 8 Wages/Hours

4/5/66-8/2/68

Gen LA 8 Wages/Hours

11/22/63-2/14/66

34

Gen LA 8 Wages/Hours

2/15/66-10/9/68

Ex LA 9 Welfare-Pensions

Gen LA 9 Welfare-Pensions