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    Political: Labor Leaders and Labor Movements (52 items)

    We last updated our site on 17-Sep-2017. The next update is scheduled for 14-Oct-2017.

    The items on this list relate to various labor movements, unions, Department of Labor and labor leaders such as Meany and Lewis.

     

    A3075
    Labor: Three items relating to the United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America, 1937 Constitution & Laws; 1944 Constitution and By-laws, Pittsburgh District Council; plus their by-laws & rules for the Sick and Accident Fund, 1949. $7.00


    Item A2157JItem A2157J
    Labor: George Meany. President of AFL-CIO. Packet of newspaper coverage of Jan 16, 1980 funeral of George Meany, along with three 8" x 10" glossy prints of the funeral, one of new AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland giving the eulogy for Meany, also of Mrs. Meany at the casket and of dignitaries in front row of services, including President Carter, Mrs. Humphrey, Vice President and Mrs. Mondale. Great labor-related grouping. $25.00


    Item A2157DItem A2157D
    Labor: George Meany. President of AFL-CIO. Two items. Glossy photo of George Meany at Podium. Also, 1966 letter signed by George Meany and addressed to Marcella and Eddie. (Edward Leonard, VP of AFL-CIO). Also envelopes. $75.00


    Item A2157CItem A2157C
    Labor: Heavy 3" commemorative bronze token. Embossed images of George Meany and William Schnitzler, names below images w/titles. Meany was President and Schnitzler Secretary and Treas. Around top, "Aces for Labor" At bottom, "Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workers of North America A. F. of L." Felt has been affixed to bottom so probably intended to be used as a paperweight. Nice labor item. Rare. $30.00


    Item A2157FItem A2157F
    Labor: George Meany. President of AFL-CIO. Printed caricature of George Meany as an artist, personally autographed "To Marcella and Eddie from George Meany" (referring to Edward Leonard and his wife; Leonard was VP of AFL-CIO). $75.00


    Item A2157EItem A2157E
    Labor: George Meany. President of AFL-CIO. Two items. Birthday party program for George Meany w/caricature of Meany on cover and signed by both George Meany and his wife, Eugenia Meany. Also, a letter from George Meany to Marcella Leonard, signed by George Meany, referring to the birthday party. Marcella Leonard was the wife of Edward Leonard, VP of the AFL-CIO. $85.00


    Item A2157HItem A2157H
    Labor: George Meany. President of AFL-CIO. Two 8" x 10" glossy prints featuring the clay sculpture of George Meany produced by Frank Zuccette of Giannetti Studios (shown in both photos). Photos taken at the Union-Industries Show at the National Guard Armory, Washington, D.C. in May 1960. $12.00


    Item A2142Item A2142
    Labor: For those who collect Christmas cards from celebrities. 1967 Christmas card (plus envelope) from Mr. and Mrs. George Meany, president of AFL-CIO. $15.00


    Item LK1244Item LK1244
    Labor: "The Amazing Frameup of Mooney and Billings," by Marcet Haldeman-Julius. How California has stolen 13 years from these labor leaders. 1931. 113p. Scarce. $25.00


    Item A6191C8Item A6191C8
    Labor: Booklet. Constitution, United Transportation Union. 1975.76+ pages; plus, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen Membership Benefits booklet. $3.00


    M1322
    Labor: "The Carpenter," Sept 1942. "Buy U.S. War Bonds and Stamps" a monthly journal published by the United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America. 68p illus. $4.50


    LK1670
    Labor: R/W/B cloth ribbon, 6-1/2" gold trim. "Protection Means Prosperity" at top. Nation's capitol design. "National Working Men's Protective Tariff League, Washington, D.C. April 20-21, 1894." $15.00


    Item CH0044CItem CH0044C
    Labor: 1908 post card "published by the Roosevelt Boys Club, San Francisco" with space for address. Reverse side has printed typed prohibition message, in part, "...whiskey is the greatest foe of the working man and the trades unionist. It muddles his brain and he can't work as he ought, it ruins his body, it swallows up his salary and he goes home on pay night with no money to buy food for hungry mouths and coal for winter fire. It is one of the greatest questions the working man has to think about. Vote for prohibition." Great item. $8.00


    Item CH0045CItem CH0045C
    Labor: 1940 FDR re-election postcard. "Join the Roosevelt Volunteers of the American Labor Party. I volunteer my services to work for the re-election of President Roosevelt"...return this card to your union office or your Labor Party Club w/space to write name/address/union. $10.00


    Item W1479Item W1479
    Labor: Very nice heavy bronzed paperweight in shape of a horse shoe. 2-3/4" wide. Inside shoe is solid w/logo and name, "Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of N.A., orgd. Jan 26, 1897. Showy labor piece. $9.50


    Item W1480Item W1480
    Labor: Very nice heavy pewter paperweight in shape of a horse shoe. 2-3/4" wide. Inside shoe is solid w/logo and name, "Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of N.A., orgd. Jan. 26, 1897." Showy labor piece. $9.50


    CH0001A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC April 15, 1939. "Green Corrects Senator Wagner's Wrong Interpretation of Two Labor Act Amendments sponsored by A.F. of L.," "Broader Boycott of German Products is Urged by Green", "Organized Labor's Controversy with University of Missouri" $3.00


    CH0002A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC April 22, 1939. "$800,000,000 More For Low-Cost Housing Favored by A.F. of L.", "Auto Workers Seek A.F.L. Affiliation". $3.00


    CH0003A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC April 29, 1939. "Destruction of Craft Unions Prevented by A.F. of L. Amendments to Labor Relations Act; Company Unions Banned by A.F. of L. Amendments to Labor Relations Act" $3.00


    CH0005A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC May 13, 1939. "Peace in Organized Labor Family Visioned by Green", "A.F.of L. Wins Union Agreement for N.Y. World's Fair Concessions", "Fox Heads United Textile Workers" $3.00


    CH0006A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC May 20, 1939. "A.F.of L. Council Opposes Arab Control of Palestine", "WPA Baby Health Stations", "A.F.of L.'s Indictment of Labor Relations Board Is Unanswerable" $3.00


    CH0009A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jun 10, 1939. "A.F.of L. Favors La Follette Bill Banning Oppressive Labor Practices", "U.S. Circuit Court Condemns Labor Board's Favoiritism For the C.I.O. and Its Prejudice Against the A.F. of L." $3.00


    CH0011A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jun 24, 1939. "Exclusion of Many Thousands From Social Security Act Hit by A.F. of L.", "Woll Declares Lewis Bars Peace in Labor Movement; Charges C.I.O. Head with Break-Up of the Conferences with the A.F. of L. Group and an Affront to President Roosevelt" $3.00


    CH0012A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jul 1, 1939. "A.F.of L. Charges Lewis with Wrecking Peace Talks", "Watt Attacks Hitler for Questioning President Roosevelt's Peace Efforts" $3.00


    CH0013A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jul 8, 1939. "World Peace Parley Urged by Workers Delegates to Geneva Labor Conference", "Wage Earners and Their Dependents Deprived of Adequate Medical Care" $3.00


    CH0014A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jul 15, 1939. "A.F. of L. Takes WPA Wage Cut To the President and Congress", "Abolition of Prevailing Wage Rates on WPA Projects Condemned by Green" "10,600,000 are Hit by Unemployment" $3.00


    CH0015A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jul 22, 1939. "Government Contracts Should Not be Given to Violators of Labor's Rights" "Fire Fighters in Nation's Capital Win Rights to Join A.F. of L. Union", "Health Insurance for Many Millions with Low Incomes Urged by A.F. of L." $3.00


    CH0016A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Jul 29, 1939. "American Federation of Labor Defends Gompers' Philosophy, Green Declares", "Green Urges Congress to Pass Four Labor Measures Before Adjournment" $3.00


    CH0017A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Aug 5, 1939. "What Editor's Say About Lewis's Attack on Vice President Garner", "Craft Unions Menaced by Labor Board Ruling in American Can Company Case" "10,400,000 Are Still Looking for Jobs" $3.00


    CH0018A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC Aug 12, 1939. "AFL Council Meets in Atlantic City", (17 member Executive Council of AFL pictured on front page) $3.00


    CH0020A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Aug 26, 1939. "American Federation of Labor Wins Decision Eliminating `Loan Shark'", "Hollywood Producers Sign 5 Year Contract With Stage Employees Union" $3.00


    CH0023A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Sep 16, 1939. "Green Presents A.F. of L. Charter To Cement, Lime & Gypsum Workers", "Reds are Linked with the C.I.O.", "World Labor Unit Lauds Democracy" $3.00


    CH0025A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Sep 30, 1939. "A.F. of L. Textile Workers Union Seeks Twenty Percent Wage Raise", "C.I.O. Strike Against Morrell Packing Co. Was Complete Fizzle", "War on Profiteers Pledged by Green" $3.00


    CH0026A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Oct 7, 1939. "59th American Federation of Labor Convention Opens With 512 Delegates", "Green Declares United States Must Not Become Involved in European War; Favors Roosevelt's Program If It Fully Safeguards American Peace; Holds C.I.O. Responsible for Labor Disunity" $3.00


    CH0027A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Oct 14, 1939. "Green is Re-Elected A.F. of L. President for Fifteenth Time; Meany is Chosen Secretary-Treasurer to Succeed Morrison", "A.F. of L. Sec-Treas Gives Up Office After Forty Years of Service (Frank Morrison) w/huge front page pic. $3.00


    CH0028A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Oct 21, 1939. "United States Must Not Enter War in Europe, A.F. of L. Declares", "Canadian Laobr Bans C.I.O. Unions", "Sec-Treas Frank Morrison's Retirement as An A.F. of L. Official" 3" taped area on front page. $3.00


    CH0029A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Oct 28, 1939. "A.F. of L. Is Victor in Fight With Dualism and Rebellion, Green Asserts", "Knight Trenchantly Describes War-Time Conditions in Europe", "French Unions Hit Russian-Nazi Pact" $3.00


    CH0030A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Nov 4, 1939. "Russian Reds Barred From International Trade Union Federation by the A.F. of L.", "Teachers' Progress is Linked With Organized Labor, Prof. Counts Says" $3.00


    CH0032A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Nov 18, 1939. "Green Declares Democracy's Strongest Bulwark Is Greater Voice for Labor", "International Labor Organization is Labor's Voice for Peace, Green Says" $3.00


    CH0033A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Nov 25, 1939. "Green Charges Assistant Attorney General Arnold with `Grave Perversion of the Law' in His Prosecution of Labor Unions Under the Anti-Trust Laws", "Padway Refutes Legality of Justice Department Suit Against Teamsters", "Pan-American Labor Federation Surveys Trade Union Movement in Latin America" $3.00


    CH0034A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Dec 2, 1939. "Solicitor General Epstein of New York Disagrees With Assistant Attorney General Arnold's application of Anti-Trust Laws to Labor", "Over Nine Million Workers Lack Jobs" $3.00


    CH0035A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Dec 9, 1939. "Election of George Meany to Office of A.F. of L. Secretary-Treasurer" w/large front page pic of Meany, "Santiago Iglesias, Labor Leader and Puerto Rican Official, Dies" w/large front page pic. $3.00


    CH0036A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Dec 16, 1939. "W.P.A. Security Wage Denounced by American Federation of Labor", "Santiago Iglesias Buried in San Juan", "Green Upholds Democracy as Greatest Protector of Liberty in all Countries." $3.00


    CH0037A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Dec 23, 1939. "Six-Hour Day and Five-Day Work Week, Without Reduction in Wages, Demanded by the American Federation of Labor", "A.F. of L. Units Warned Not to Aid Lewis's Labor's Non-Partisan League" $3.00


    CH0038A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Dec 30, 1939. "The Executive Council of the American Federation of Labor" Large individual pictures of the 17 member council take up most the front page. $3.00


    CH0039A
    Labor: American Federation of Labor Weekly News. Washington, DC. Jan 13, 1940. "A.F. of L. 1940 Legislative Program Visions Benefits for Toiling Millions", "Big Organization Drive Planned by American Federation of Labor" $3.00


    W4533A
    Labor: 2 pieces. By-Laws of Local Union No. 101. Baltimore, MD. United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, AFL-CIO 1969 booklet. And, Carpenters Pension Fund of Baltimore, Maryland. July 1968. Booklet No. 1 24p. $2.00


    Item LK0042Item LK0042
    Labor: "International Molders and Allie Workers Union Constitution and Rules of Order. Adopted at Cincinnati, Ohio July 31, 1961. 126p. Pic. of headquarters on front cover of booklet. $3.00


    Item W5394Item W5394
    Labor: "Book of Membership and Constitution, Hotel and Restaurant Employes' International Alliance and Bartenders' International League of America, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. 1917. Signed, embossed seal on signature page, place for dues stamps and has some stamps affixed to page. 68p. $5.00


    CH0141B
    Labor: Constitution of the Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America, adopted and revised at convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1913. booklet. 90p. $4.00


    CH0142B
    Labor: Constitution of the Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America, adopted and revised at convention in Montreal, Canada in 1935. Booklet. 100p. $4.00


    Item M1050Item M1050
    Labor: 2-panel 1970 labor election slate from Pittsburgh, PA, "Unity Team for Painters Local No. 6" R/W/B with flags on each side, lists whole slate, card stock. $1.00


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