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Guide to the Reference Center for Marxist Studies Pamphlet Collection PE.043

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

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This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on August 30, 2018
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Container List

Labor: Waterfront (23 pamphlets)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 66 Folder : 4 A Postwar Perspective for Jobs. The International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, CIO, San Francisco, CA.
1944
Box: 66 Folder : 4 After the War- A World of Plenty: A Postwar Planning Program. Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America-CIO, Camden, NJ.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Agreement between The Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company and Local No. 16 of The Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America.
1942
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Centralized Shipping Bureau. Marine Workers Industrial Union, New York.
1934
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Constitution and By-Laws of the Seafarers' International Union of North America Atlantic & Gulf District. Sailors' Unino of the Pacific.
1938
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Curran, Joseph. Maritime Unity. Publicity-Educational Committee, National Maritime Union of America, New York, NY.
1937
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Foster, William Z. The Need for Unity Among the Maritime Workers. Waterfront Section of the Communist Party, U.S.A. (4 copies)
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Labor Spies in the N.M.U. National Maritime Union of America, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Lannon, Al and Harry Mann. The Mystery of 1000 "Vanished" Ships. Waterfront Sections of the Communist Party, U.S.A. (3 copies)
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Longshoremen, Pacific and Atlantic. International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, Seattle, Washington (2 copies).
1940
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Maritime Workers at the Crossroads. Waterfront Sections, Communist Party, U.S.A.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Morris, George. A Tale of Two Waterfronts. Daily Worker, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Rubin, Harry. In the case of Morrissey and Ibrahim vs. Joseph Curran et al. Marine Workers Historical Association, New York, NY.
1980
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Standard, William L. The Coming Ship Subsidy Scandal. National Maritime Union, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Story Told in the Words of an Old Timer Who Sailed the Pacific in Top Masters and Still Sails. National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards-CIO, San Francisco, CA.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Sure - I'm a Red! The Story of an American Longshoreman. Waterfront Section, Communist Party of U.S.A., New York, NY.
1939
Box: 66 Folder : 4 The CIO Maritime Committee Postwar Program: Full Employment and Full Utilization of Our Ships. CIO Maritime Committee, Washington, D.C.
1944
Box: 66 Folder : 4 The Maritime Commission versus the Seamen. C.I.O. Maritime Commission, Washington, DC.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 The Truth about the Waterfront. International Longshoremen's Association Local 38-79.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 This is Our Story. The Rank and File Committee International Longshoremen's Association, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 What Course, Brother? Marine Cooks and Stewards Association of the Pacific Coast, CIO.
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Why This? Instead of This? "Longshoreman," Brooklyn, NY (2 copies).
undated
Box: 66 Folder : 4 You and Your Union. Seafarers International Union.
undated

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