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Guide to the Daniel Nilva Negatives PHOTOS 067

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Collection processed by Maneesha Patel and Erika Gottfried, 2004-2007, with the assistance of Emily Brewer-Yarnell, Stephina Fisher, Bridget Hartzler, Mieke Duffly, Benjamin Hatch, and Shelley Lightburn.

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on September 19, 2018
Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Daniel Nilva Negatives
Dates [inclusive]: 1934-1975, (Bulk 1950-1960)
Dates [bulk]: 1950-1960
Abstract: The collection is comprised of 6,827 black and white negatives shot by photographer Daniel Nilva. These images reflect Nilva's personal and professional involvement with trade unions, as well as his political interests and affiliations. Union photographs include images shot for the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, and International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, among others. While many of the images record routine meetings and banquets, a significant part of the collection documents strikes and demonstrations, and a small but significant splinter group of the Communist Party of the U.S., the Communist Party (Opposition). NOTE: This collection is housed offsite and advance notice is required for use.
Quantity: 5.25 Linear Feet
Quantity: 6,827 35mm, 120, 616, 3x5, and 4x5 black and white negatives
Call Phrase: PHOTOS 067

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Historical/Biographical Note

Daniel Nilva was born in New York City on March 7, 1914, the only child of Joseph Nilva and Eva Bloom, Russian Jewish immigrants. Joseph Nilva worked as a painter-in a shipyard, and gilding and painting moldings of buildings--and as a pushcart peddler. Eva Nilva worked as a fan dancer on the popular stage; she taught Nilva to dance and he performed on stage with her as a child. Nilva's parents were divorced by the time he was in his teens, and may have separated earlier. In any case, it appears that between the ages of six and thirteen he was moved around considerably, living with each of his parents in turn, and then sent to board with and attend school with friends in the Midwest, in Omaha and Chicago, and finally to a farm in Roscoe, New York, where he lived until he completed high school. Nilva became close to the farm family and a lifelong friend of Leon Becker (later a criminal court judge), who also boarded at the farm. It was here that Nilva acquired his first camera, a Brownie box camera.

The 1930s were a formative time in Nilva's life- personally, politically, and professionally. He returned to New York City, where he attended Cooper Union, studying engineering for four years, although he did not graduate. He married Alice Mildred ("Millie") Elkes and became friends with three men to whom he remained close the rest of his life--Bernard Seaman, a labor cartoonist, Morris Stone, later an official with the American Arbitration Association, and Dr. Valentine Gregory Burtan, a heart specialist who had been imprisoned on a counterfeiting charge. Nilva also joined the Communist Party Opposition (a splinter group of the Communist Party, led by Jay Lovestone), and in early 1933 he went to work as a photographer for the Education Department of Local 22, Dressmakers, of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (ILGWU). Millie Nilva appears also to have been associated with Local 22 and may have worked there. Nilva documented functions and activities of the Local with his camera and photographed for the ILGWU newspaper, Justice. He did freelance work for the Bookkeepers Stenographers and Accountants Union's newspaper,  The Ledger,as well. His primary cameras were a Leica Model G and a 4x5 Speed Graphic.

In 1937, Nilva's employment with Local 22 came to an end. The following year he sat for and passed New York City's civil service examination for photographers. At the recommendation of Jay Lovestone, he applied directly for a job with the president of the Civil Service Commission, but evidently was not successful. Nilva was rejected for military service in World War II because of his extremely poor eyesight. During the war, he worked in New Orleans at an aircraft factory. After that he had considerable difficulty finding work before landing a full-time job at the New York Public Library in an unknown capacity. By the 1950s, however, Nilva was working full-time as a freelance photographer in New York City, and maintained a studio at at least one address (Broadway and 27th Street). His clients included a variety of labor unions and progressive organizations.

Nilva's marriage to Millie Nilva did not last long. The couple had no children and were separated for nearly twenty years before divorcing. Nilva met his second wife, Sheila Cole, a writer, in 1957, when she was 27 years old. They married in 1964. Their daughters, Daniella and Stephanie, were born in 1965 and 1966. The family lived in a townhouse at 222 E 11th Street in Manhattan. Daniel and Sheila Nilva's early years together were a financial struggle; they had difficulty paying medical bills when he suffered a heart attack. Moreover, because of the heart attack's toll on his health, he was forced to cut back on his photography. By the mid-1960s, however, Sheila Nilva had opened an antique shop, which they then both ran -- featuring cameras and photographica, among other items -- that eventually became successful enough to support the family. The Nilvas -- partly underwritten by Sheila Nilva's freelance assignments as a travel writer for the New York Times,  Harpers Bazaar, and  Ladies Home Journal--traveled extensively in North Africa and Europe (as well as throughout the United States and the Caribbean). Nilva died September 15, 1984, of a heart attack, at the age of seventy.

Nilva's photographs appear in the collections of the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives at Cornell University, and in the Manuscripts Department of the Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Sources:

  • Telephone interview by Erika Gottfried with Sheila Cole Nilva February 5, 2001.
  • 1960-1984 Daniel Nilva typed reminiscences, by Sheila Nilva, March 2001 (at Tamiment Library).
  • 1920 United States Federal Census, Manhattan Assembly District 18, New York (Microfilm roll: T625-1218, p. 2A, lines 76-78). Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.
  • 1930 United States Federal Census, Manhattan, New York. (Microfilm roll: 1571, pg. 3A, Enumeration District 801, Image 280.0). Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.
  • [Log of the MS Hurricane.] Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Year: 1951. (Microfilm Roll: T715-8038, pg. 142, line 18). National Archives Microfilm Publication T715. Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
  • Draft Registration Card for Joseph Nilva, ca. 1942. United States Selective Service System, "Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration; Local Board: New York, NY. Microfilm Roll: WW2 - 236840.
  • Nilva, Sheila Cole. "Upstate Dude Ranch Roundup." New York Times, October 9, 1977; p.XX9
  • Schiro, Anne-Marie. "Gift Baskets for All Seasons." New York Times, December 20, 1983; p. B14.
  • Imported Face Masks Help Keep Boys Warm. New York Times, January 26, 1965, p.30.
  • Gift for Green Thumbs: 1,200 Live Ladybugs. New York Times, December 23, 1971, p. 14.
  • Display Ad 228-No Title. (in "Situations Wanted-Male-Commercial-Miscellaneous): "Photographer, experienced…". New York Times, December 19, 1937, p. 184.
  • Obituary-("NILVA, Alice Mildred (nee Elkes)", New York Times, October 4, 1989.
  • Entry for Daniel Nilva. United States Social Security Administration Death Index, Master File.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection is comprised of 6,827 black and white negatives divided into 570 separate shoots.

The images reflect Daniel Nilva's photographic work for labor unions, as well as his political interests and affiliations. Union photographs include images Nilva shot (mainly in New York City) for the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union; American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees; Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union; International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers; Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union; the International Longshoreman's Association, and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. While many of the images are of meetings and banquets, a significant part of the collection also documents strikes and demonstrations; of particular interest among these images are the 1951 New York waterfront wildcat strike, surveillance photographs shot during a strike, the Teamsters' Ketcham strike of 1955, the Seafarers Strike of 1950, a 1956 civil rights rally in Madison Square Garden, a public meeting supporting the Hungarian revolution of 1956, a demonstration by dressmakers in the 1950s, and May Day parades of the 1930s. Nilva's photographs that relate to the Communist Party (Opposition)--a splinter group of the U.S. Communist Party--are especially noteworthy and include images of a CPO-related meeting at its headquarters at the New Workers School, in which striking murals by Diego Rivera are visible as background. The collection also includes images of and events sponsored by progressive organizations such as the Harlem Labor Center and the American Veterans' Committee. The collection contains a sampling of Nilva's non-union clients, which included charitable organizations such as the Deborah Hospital and Sanitorium and the City of Hope (both founded to treat and eliminate tuberculosis) that received considerable support from trade unions.

Individuals are documented as well--either in portraits or group photographs, including David Dubinsky, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jay Lovestone, George Meany, Harvey Olnick, Bertram Wolfe, Charles Zimmerman, New York City Mayor Robert Wagner, and friends Bernard Seaman and Val Burtan. Nilva also occasionally made copy shots of historical labor-union or political photographs. These images have been retained in the collection as they may no longer exist in other collections and may now represent unique photographic documents.

Each series is comprised of "shoots." A shoot is a group of photographic images shot by the photographer of one event--usually, but not always, on the same day. Each shoot has a unique identifying number (selected individual images within shoots have also been assigned individual numbers). The container list for this finding aid includes a complete list of shoot-level descriptions for all the images in the Collection; in the container list, shoot numbers are listed in the column for "item." Shoot descriptions include Nilva's original captions, as well as clarifications, corrections, identifications, and additional visual details provided by the processing archivists. These additions are enclosed within square brackets, so that they may be distinguished from the original caption information.

Selected shoots or portions of shoots have been microfilmed (R-7850) to provide reference access and must be viewed in this format; original negatives not microfilmed may also be viewed by researchers. To see a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers, click on this link.

You can also click on the link within the shoot record itself in the container list below. Those shoots in which some (or occasionally all) negatives have been microfilmed are indicated in the Container List by: Microfilm. Researchers wishing to know if a complete shoot has been microfilmed can compare the number of images in a given shoot (in the Table of Contents below) with the number of images from that shoot they find microfilmed.

In order to help researchers quickly ascertain what this large Collection includes, a Collection Table of Contents listing all the Collection's series and clients, with their date ranges and the total number of images they contain, has been provided as a convenient overview (in contrast to the detailed, shoot-level descriptions in the Container List) of collection contents:

COLLECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS

 SERIES I: UNIONS

AFSCME, Local 1707/District 1707; 1940s-1961; 122 negs
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of Americas--Laundry Workers; 1950s - 1960s; 17 negs
American Transport Union; 1956; 29 negs
Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers International Union, Local 3; 1950s; 8 negs
Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers International Union, Local 262; 1950s; 12 negs
Bookkeepers, Stenographers and Accountants Union, Local 12646; 1911 - 1940s; 36 negs
Chefs, Cooks, Pastry Cooks and Assistants Union, Local 89; 1956; 14 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union; 1950 - 1960s; 36 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, Local 1; 1956; 29 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, Local 6; 1950; 17 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, Local 11; 1950s; 48 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union - Bartenders, Local 15; 1964; 3 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, Local 16; 1950-1951; 9 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union, Local 144; 1951; 23 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union - Cafeteria Employees, Local 302; 1964; 2 negs
Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union - Waiters, Local 325; 1951; 4 negs
Industrial Insurance Employees Union; 1950; 6 negs
Industrial Insurance Employees Union, Local 1706; 1950s - 1951; 30 negs
Industrial Workers of the World; 1914; 1 neg
International Association of Machinists, District 15; 1956; 3 negs
International Brotherhood of Longshoremen; 1955; 3 negs
International Brotherhood of Teamsters; 1960; 16 negs
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 1343; 1950s; 4 negs
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union; 1930s - 1962; 123
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Local 62; 1960; 34 negs
International Longshoremen's Association; 1940s - 1954; 358 negs
International Longshoremen's Association, Local 99; 1962; 4 negs
International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots; 1940s; 12 negs
International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, and Machine Workers; 1940s - 1958; 73 negs
International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, and Machine Workers, Local 441; 1950; 10 negs
Office Employees International Union, Local 153; 1950s; 2 negs
Playthings and Novelty Workers Union; 1950s; 11 negs
Retail Clerks International Association; 1949; 3 negs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union; 1947 - 1951; 34 negs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, Local 1-S; 1950s - 1961; 126 negs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, Local 3; 1940s; 1 neg
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, Local 338; 1948 - 1955; 69 negs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, Local 474; 1950s; 6 negs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, Local 1102; 1950s; 2 negs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, Local 1250; 1940s; 1 neg
Seafarers' International Union; 1940s - 1950s; 78 negs
Textile Workers Union of America; 1950s - 1956; 18 negs
Transport Workers Union of America; 1949 - 1962; 101 negs
Transport Workers Union of America, Local 501; 1960s; 34 negs
United Automobile Workers of America; 1950s-1960; 37 negs
United Automobile Workers of America, District 65; 1956 - 1961; 215 negs
United Furniture Workers of America; 1950s - 1958; 30 negs
United Furniture Workers of America, Local 76B; 1952 - 1958; 165 negs
United Furniture Workers of America, Local 102; 1953; 6 negs
United Shoeworkers of America; 1950s; 27 negs
United Store and Allied Products Workers; 1955; 3 negs
United Textile Workers of America; 1956; 86 negs
United Textile Workers of America, Local 229; 1957; 18 negs

 SERIES II: LABOR ORGANIZATIONS

AFL; 1935 - 1955; 108 negs
AFL-CIO; 1950 - 1961; 380 negs
American Commission on Africa; 1959; 232 negs
American Labor Education Service; 1955; 3 negs
CIO; 1930s - 1951; 105 negs
Harlem Labor Center; 1950s; 4 negs
Histadrut; 1950s - 1975; 109 negs
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions; 1940s - 1960s; 12 negs
International Workers Front against War; 1930s; 142 negs
Jewish Labor Committee; 1949 - 1961; 96 negs
League for Industrial Democracy; 1946 - 1957; 8 negs
New York City Central Labor Council; 1950s; 7 negs
Trades Union Congress; 1955; 22 negs
Women's Trade Union League; 1957; 3 negs

 SERIES III: POLITICAL PARTIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

American Labor Party; 1936 - 1940s; 64 negs
British Labour Party; 1960s; 1 neg
Independent Communist Party; [early 1930s] - 1940s; 322 negs
Liberal Party; undated; 10 negs

 SERIES IV: DEMONSTRATIONS/RALLIES/PARADES

Demonstrations/Rallies/Parades; 1930s - 1961; 1193 negs

 SERIES V: STRIKES

Strikes; 1886; 1950s; 141 negs

 SERIES VI: MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS

Miscellaneous Events; 1930s-1958; 153 negs

 SERIES VII: PERSONALITIES/PORTRAITS

Baron, Murray; 1958; 4 negs
Beam, Gus; 1950s; 2 negs
Bloom, Max; 1950; 6 negs
Bloom, Mel; 1956; 2 negs
Burtan, Val; 1958 - 1961; 9 negs
Carey, James; 1950; 10 negs
Cole, David L.; 1950s; 2 negs
Columbia, Lara; 1950; 2 negs
Culbertson, Ely; 1946; 1 neg
Davis, Lester; 1960s; 3 negs
DeDefler, Linda; 1960; 3 negs
Eisenhower, Dwight D.; 1940s; 4 negs
Farrell, James; 1950s; 1 neg
Friedman, Carl J.; 1946; 1 neg
Goldberg, Arthur; 1959; 2 negs
Goldsmith, Gene; 1956; 3 negs
Hall, Paul; 1953; 20 negs
Harrison, George; 1950s; 2 negs
Iushewitz, Morris; 1950; 6 negs
Jaffe, Arnold; 1951; 3 negs
Jessel, George; 1950s; 24 negs
Kalster, Arthur; 1948; 6 negs
Koening, Murray; 1951; 2 negs
LaGuardia, Fiorello; 1938; 3 negs
Lawrence, Mort; 1959; 2 negs
Lewis, John L.; 1930s; 1 neg
Lovestone, Jay; 1934 - 1940s; 31 negs
Manson, Jules; 1956 - 1957; 8 negs
Mieblum, R.; 1950s; 1 neg
Mooney, Thomas; 1930s; 7 negs
Mozen, John; 1950s; 2 negs
Nehama, Saby; 1950; 2 negs
Newman, Oscar; 1946; 5 negs
O'Dwyer, William; 1946; 6 negs
Olnick, Harvey; 1949 - 1954; 8 negs
Persands, L.; 1920s; 1 neg
Pesotta, Rose; 1960; 15 negs
Richardson, Bob; 1960; 4 negs
Riebo, Richard; 1950s; 6 negs
Rogan, Larry; 1950s; 3 negs
Roosevelt, Eleanor; 1940s; 12 negs
Samovodin, Milton; 1951; 6 negs
Scharfman, I.; 1951; 5 negs
Schukin, Dave; 1960s; 3 negs
Seaman, Bernard; 1949 - 1954; 104 negs
Sepsin, Ralph; 1950s; 2 negs
Seymour, Horatio; 1952; 4 negs
Smith, Frances; 1957; 2 negs
Snyder, C.; 1957; 5 negs
Springer, Enrich; 1955; 4 negs
Steinbock, Max; 1950s; 1 neg
Steinburg, Julie; 1949; 1 neg
Tolstoy, Lydia; 1951; 6 negs
Wagner, Robert F., Jr.; 1950s; 1 neg
Watson, Arthur K.; 1950s; 5 negs
Welsh, E.; 1934; 2 negs
Welsh, Edward K.; 1957; 6 negs
Wishengrad, Morton; 1950; 4 negs
Wolfe, Bertram D.; 1934-1950s; 3 negs
Woll, Matthew; 1950s; 3 negs
Yagoda, Lou; 1959; 12 negs
Zimmerman, Charles; 1940s-1950s; 3 negs

 SERIES VIII: OTHER CLIENTS

American Veterans Committee; 1956 - 1962; 39 negs
Jewish Consumptive Relief Association; 1951 - 1962; 606 negs
Leather Craft Guild; 1940s; 16 negs
New York State Department of Labor; 1950s; 3 negs
Produce Exchange; 1950 - 1959; 12 negs
Rural Schools; 1955; 5 negs
WEVD Radio; 1930s - 1938; 7 negs

 SERIES IX: PERSONAL

Personal; 1930s - 1950s; 245 negs

NOTE: This collection is housed offsite and advance notice is required for use.

Arrangement

The Unions, Labor Organizations, Political Parties and Organizations, Personalities/Portraits, and Other Clients series are arranged in alphabetical order by client (that is, the name of the organization or individual that engaged the photographer to cover a particular event) and then chronologically within clients. The remaining series are arranged chronologically. The Unions series is further divided by internationals, district councils and then locals.

Organized into 9 series:

Missing Title

  1. I, Unions
  2. II, Labor Organizations
  3. III, Political Parties and Organizations
  4. IV, Demonstrations/Rallies/Parades
  5. V, Strikes
  6. VI, Miscellaneous Events
  7. VII, Personalities/Portraits
  8. VIII, Other Clients
  9. IX, Personal

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962. -- |v Portraits
  • Zimmerman, Charles S., 1896-1983 -- |v Portraits
  • Seaman, Bernard--Portraits.
  • Wagner, Robert F. (Robert Ferdinand), 1910-1991
  • Wolfe, Bertram David, 1896-1977.
  • Lovestone, Jay.
  • Olnick, Harvey--Portraits.
  • Nilva, Daniel.
  • Nilva, Sheila Cole

Document Type

  • Negatives (photographic)

Subject Organizations

  • Communist Party of the United States of America -- History
  • AFSCME. District Council 1707
  • City of Hope National Medical Center (U.S.)
  • Communist Party U.S.A. (Opposition)
  • Hotel & Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union
  • International Longshoremen's Association
  • International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers
  • Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union
  • Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
  • Independent Communist Labor League (U.S.)
  • International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union
  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters

Subject Topics

  • Working class -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
  • Wildcat strikes |y 1950-1951.
  • Strikes and lockouts.
  • Labor unions -- New York (State) -- New York -x Parades.
  • Labor Day |y 1960-1970.
  • Labor Day |y 1950-1960.
  • May Day (Labor holiday) |y 1940-1950.
  • Demonstrations |y 1940-1950.
  • May Day (Labor holiday) |y 1930-1940.
  • Demonstrations |y 1930-1940.

Subject Places

  • New York (N.Y.)

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Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

Materials are open without restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Any rights (including copyright and related rights to publicity and privacy) held by Daniel Nilva were transferred to New York University in 1994 and 1997 by Sheila Cole Nilva. Permission to publish or reproduce materials in this collection must be secured from Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives. Please contact tamiment.wagner@nyu.edu.

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date; Collection name; Collection number; box number; folder number;
Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012, New York University Libraries.

Related Material

Daniel Nilva Papers. (Tamiment #272)

Daniel Nilva Photographs. (Photographs #262)

Daniel Nilva, Photographer--Garment industry photographs. (Collection# P-5969, UNITE Archives, Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation, Cornell University)

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The materials in Series 1 through 9 were purchased by the Tamiment Library, NYU from Sheila Cole Nilva on November 30, 1994. The accession numbers associated with this gift are 1994.029 and NPA.1995.013. The materials in Series 10 (unprocessed) were donated by her in 1997. The accession number associated with this gift is NPA.1997.023.

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Container List

Series I: Unions.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Subseries I:A: AFSCME, Local 1707/District Council 1707, Community and Social Service Agency Employees Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 1074 District 65; Textile Workers; AFSCME Local 1707 -- Alice and J. Price
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 1073 Textile Workers; District 65; AFSCME Local 1707 [Meeting? Also includes possibly unrelated shots of a park.]
[1940s?]
Box: 1 Item : 760 Art Show
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 746 Local 1707

General note

Microfilm

Sep 24, 1954
Box: 2 Item : 932 [Pickets on Centre Street, Lower Manhattan -- City Hall Area]

General note

Microfilm

May 26, 1955
Box: 1 Item : 745 Corrections Officers Meeting with Mayor Wagner

General note

Microfilm

Oct 24, 1955
Box: 1 Item : 747 Executive Board

General note

Microfilm

Dec 07, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 748 [Meeting at Headquarters?]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 19, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 749 Membership Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Jan 21, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 750 Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Apr 17, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 751 Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Dec 02, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 752 Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Jan 7, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 707 Picketing Federation of Handicapped
Jan 8, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 706 Local 1707
Apr 12, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 755 Installation [Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York]

General note

Microfilm

Apr 13, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 753 Symposium: June Weling[?]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 1, 1959
Box: 4 Item : 647 Strike [Signs: "We Want a Contract"]

General note

Microfilm

[1960s?]
Box: 2 Item : 927 [District Council] 1707: Strike Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Feb 18, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1868 CSME-INON: Strike Meeting [Separated as Damaged]
Feb 18, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 756 Memorial Meeting: G. Armstrong Guild Headquarters

General note

Microfilm

May 12, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 757 [District Council] 1707: Membership Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Jan 12, 1961
Box: 2 Item : 933 Pickets at Theatre Benefit
May 5, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 758 Local Party

General note

Microfilm

Jun 24, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 759 [Meeting in a small room (possibly in the Brooklyn Labor Lyceum) of what appears to be union officials with members or potential members, many of them women, some African-American.]

General note

Microfilm

Jul 6, 1961

Subseries I:B: Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America: Laundry Workers.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 798 Laundry Workers Health Center 222 E. 34 Street

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 799 Laundry Workers Installation [meeting at hotel]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 797 Laundry Workers Joint Board, Cong. [Congressman?] E. Allan

General note

Microfilm

Oct 8, 1956

Subseries I:C: American Transport Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 642 [American Transport Union Protest Rally at New York City Hall][Signs: "American Transport Union Mass Rally;" "Quill Has Got to Go;" "ATU Demands Real Bargaining Election for Representation"]

General note

Microfilm

May 23, 1956

Subseries I:D: Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers International Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 708 Local 3 H.I.P. [Health Insurance Plan] L.I.C.
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 761 Local 3 H.I.P. [Health Insurance Plan] L.I.C.

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 992 [Local 262 Strike: Krispy Kernels]
[1950s?]

Subseries I:E: Bookeepers, Stenographers and Accountants Union, Local 12646.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 536 [Copy negative of print] [Bookkeepers, Stenographers, Accountants Union]
1911
Box: 4 Item : 602 Globe Strike

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 4 Item : 541 [Pickets during a lockout by the Margon Corporation, in front of its headquarters at 235 Spring Street, New York City]

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]

Subseries I:F: Chefs, Cooks, Pastry Cooks and Assistants Union, Local 89.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 801 H.I.P. [Portraits of unidentified men (probably union officers)]
May 16, 1956

Subseries I:G: Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union (HERE).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 768 Bartenders Membership Meeting

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 935 Hotel and Restaurant Workers Glucksterns Picketing

General note

Microfilm

Oct 19, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 767 Bartenders Thanksgiving

General note

Microfilm

Nov 1, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 763 Hotel and Restaurant [?] [Three men (possibly union officials) posed standing and chatting in an office.]

General note

Microfilm

[1960s?]
Sub-subseries 1: HERE, Local 1
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 648 [Strike: protest "Strike Breakers" outside NBC Studios]
Jan 9, 1956
Box: 1 Item : 769 Union Label: Mayor Wagner, Lyman G [New York City Mayor Robert Wagner posed with "Miss Union Maid" and her female attendants, inside his office at City Hall, and on the steps outside City Hall; Wagner posed in his office with men (probably union officials) and a proclamation.]

General note

Microfilm

Aug 29, 1956
Sub-subseries 2: HERE, Local 6
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 941 Mrs. Felton 3340 Perry Ave., Bronx, wheel chair
Dec 7, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 762 Mrs. Felton 3340 Perry Ave., Bronx, wheel chair

General note

Microfilm

Dec 7, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 764 Sherry Netherland Party

General note

Microfilm

Dec 10, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 766 Hughes [?] Contract Signing

General note

Microfilm

Dec 11, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 765 Basketball Team, Commerce High School

General note

Microfilm

Dec 11, 1950
Sub-subseries 3: HERE, Local 11
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 770 Mike Ancone[?] Childs Contract

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 709 [Portraits]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 771 Meeting, Fraternal Club

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Sub-subseries 4: HERE, Local 15 (Bartenders)
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 672 Webster Hall, Kennedy and Wagner
Sep 20, 1964
Sub-subseries 5: HERE, Local 16
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 772 Johnston Shop Meeting [Group portrait: men and women, African American and white]
Jun 13, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 773 [Membership? Shop? meeting; speakers and audience.]

General note

Microfilm

Oct 5, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 774 California Signs [Billboard advertising a restaurant called The Californian as "the most fabulous restaurant on the Great White Way!"]

General note

Microfilm

Jan 15, 1951
Sub-subseries 6: HERE, Local 144
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 775 [Mass meeting at Capitol Hotel, New York City, in an auditorium with a circular balcony; images include speakers on stage, audience]

General note

Microfilm

May 31, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 940 Hotel Front Service Employees Union: Membership Meeting, End of Strike

General note

Microfilm

Jun 8, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 939 Hotel Front Service Employees Union: Picket line, 25 E. 77th St.
Jun 21, 1951
Sub-subseries 7: HERE, Local 302 (Cafeteria Employees)
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 670 [Cafeteria Employees Union] 25th Anniversary, Hotel Diplomat
Feb 4, 1964
Sub-subseries 8: HERE, Local 325 (Waiters)
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 1018 City of Hope: [presentation of check and awards]

General note

Microfilm

Jun 26, 1951

Subseries I:H: Industrial Insurance Employees Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 780 Local 1706 [Mass meeting in an auditorium; images include speakers on stage, audience.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 776 Insurance Agents [Union]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 28, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 777 Local 1706 Membership Meeting[?]

General note

Microfilm

Mar 29, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 779 Local 1706 [Mass meeting at Hotel Diplomat, New York City]

General note

Microfilm

Jul 13, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 778 Local 1706 [Mass meeting at Capitol Hotel, New York City]

General note

Microfilm

Nov 8, 1951

Subseries I:I: Industrial Workers of the World.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 582 Carlo [Tresca] IWW Meeting at Union Square [copy negative of print]

General note

Microfilm

Feb 11, 1914

Subseries I:J: International Association of Machinists, District 15.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 969 H.I.P. [Health Insurance Plan]: Portrait of Thomas Carey
Aug 24, 1956

Subseries I:K: International Brotherhood of Longshoremen.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 783 John Dwyer with Carey[?] and [Walter] Reuther; B. Slaughter[?] with McGowan[?]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 8, 1955

Subseries I:L: International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 782 Local 1343: March of Dimes

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 781 [Madison Square] Garden Meeting: James R. Hoffa

General note

Microfilm

Mar 14, 1960

Subseries I:M: International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 643 ILGWU 91 Show Stage Unity House [play]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 551 Dressmakers

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 1 Item : 537 Dressmakers

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 102 ILGWU Delegation 40th Anniversary

General note

Microfilm

[1940?]
Box: 4 Item : 645 Housing [Opening of Co-op Buildings on Grand St[?] on Lower East Side, New York City. Leaders and other Dignitaries include: David Dubinsky, Eleanor Roosevelt]

General note

Microfilm

Oct 22, 1955
Box: 4 Item : 646 Local 62: Boat Ride

General note

Microfilm

Aug 12, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 754 M. Gross sworn in on Mayor's Commission (Wagner)
Jun 8, 1962

Subseries I:N: International Longshoremen's Association.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 674 Breakwater Beef

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 675 Gene Sampson

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 677 [Independent ILA General Meeting at Madison Square Garden]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 4 Item : 673 ILA
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 784 Street Scene, Office of ILA

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 710 ILA District 65 Textile Workers AFSCME Local 1707 [Patients waiting and being examined at ILA-NYSA Medical Center, and medical and dental personnel at work]
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 945 New York Waterfront Strike; "Wildcat" Longshore Strike

General note

Microfilm

1951
Box: 4 Item : 669 Communion Breakfast

General note

Microfilm

Apr 26, 1953
Box: 4 Item : 676 AFL: Election, 250 Hudson St.

General note

Microfilm

Dec 22, 1953
Box: 4 Item : 678 AFL: IWD Brooklyn Vote; NLRB[?] Vote

General note

Microfilm

Dec 23, 1953
Box: 4 Item : 671 ILA: Communism [Although the caption doesn't indicate it, these are evidently surveillance photographs. They are shot through the windows of an automobile, hidden behind a newspaper (visible in some of the images) and through from the inside of a plate glass window--possibly a store or office--on what appears to be the second story of a building. The images are mostly of a group of burly men in front of a cafeteria or cafe, probably in Brooklyn, possibly by the waterfront.]

General note

Microfilm

May 19, 1954
Box: 1 Item : 785 Local 99: Education Luncheon, Astor Hotel

General note

Microfilm

Feb 14, 1962

Subseries I:O: International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 540 Al O'Brien Marine Engineers Benevolent Association, 117 Maiden Lane

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]

Subseries I:P: International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, and Machine Workers.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 539 NLRB Hearings

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 1 Item : 796 [Meeting]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 786 State Hearing

General note

Microfilm

Feb 3, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 790 G.E. Conference, Belmont Plaza

General note

Microfilm

Mar 3, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 787 Westinghouse Conference

General note

Microfilm

Apr 20, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 943 Elizabeth, New Jersey, Singer Plant [Includes shots of strike picket line; speakers on street in front of plant, reporters and news photographers.]

General note

Microfilm

Aug 30, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 942 [General Electric] Strike Conference, Belmont Plaza, Arthur Riordan[?]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 1, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 788 Sylvania[?] Contract [signing]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 11, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 789 Convention

General note

Microfilm

Sep 20, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 791 Belmont Plaza

General note

Microfilm

Aug 6, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 792 Conference -- Belmont Plaza
Oct 16, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 793 Conference Belmont Plaza, Lexington -- Sylvania Large Group

General note

Microfilm

Sep 16, 1952-Sep 17, 1952
Box: 1 Item : 794 Conference, Belmont Plaza

General note

Microfilm

Apr 18, 1953
Box: 1 Item : 795 Carey at Jewish Labor Committee 10th Israel Anniversary, Town Hall

General note

Microfilm

May 19, 1958

Subseries I:R: Office Employees International Union, Local 153.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 937 Office Workers Demonstration
[1950s?]

Subseries I:S: Playthings and Novelty Workers Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 800 [Portraits of an unidentified man (probably a union officer)]
[1950s?]

Subseries I:T: Retail Clerks International Association.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 52 Bonwit Teller Leaflet Distribution

General note

Microfilm

Sep 14, 1949

Subseries I:U: Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 51 Annual Ball, St. Nicholas Arena

General note

Microfilm

Nov 30, 1947
Box: 1 Item : 802 Contract Negotiators

General note

Microfilm

Jul 11, 1951
Sub-subseries 1: RWDSU, Local 1-S
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 821 Local 1-S Membership Meeting

General note

Microfilm

[Oct 1950?]
Box: 1 Item : 803 Local 1-S, 125 West 33rd St.: NYC Att. Dick Pastor [Meeting in a hotel suite]

General note

Microfilm

Feb 20, 1951
Box: 4 Item : 804 Local 1-S, Macy's New Yorker (No. Ballroom) [Speaker at podium.]
Oct 9, 1956
Box: 1 Item : 805 Local 1-S: Macy's Membership Meeting; Welfare Checks Manhattan Center

General note

Microfilm

Jan 8, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 806 Local 1-S: Macy's Arbitration

General note

Microfilm

Feb 26, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 809 Local 1-S: Macy's Headquarters, 290 7th Ave.

General note

Microfilm

Jun 18, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 807 Local 1-S: Macy's Arbitration Check and Credit Union

General note

Microfilm

Sep 20, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 808 Local 1-S Macy's Credit Union and Dupe "million $" check [Meeting in a private office; ceremonial presentation of check at Credit Union offices.]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 24, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 810 Local 1-S Talent Group

General note

Microfilm

Jul 9, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 811 Local 1-S: COPE [Committee on Political Education] Prizes

General note

Microfilm

Aug 15, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 812 Local 1-S: Membership Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Jan 6, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 813 Local 1-S: Social Services Graduation

General note

Microfilm

Mar 2, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 814 Local 1-S: Macy's Stewards Meeting, New Yorker

General note

Microfilm

Mar 10, 1959
Box: 4 Item : 699 Local 1-S Pickets: Beth David Hospital Workers Strike

General note

Microfilm

May 20, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1869 Local 1-S: Macy's Strike Arbitration [Separated as Damaged]
Jun 26, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 815 Local 1-S: Bond Winner

General note

Microfilm

Jul 8, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 816 Local 1-S: Credit Union Committee

General note

Microfilm

Jun 15, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 817 Local 1-S: Congolese Visitors

General note

Microfilm

Aug 26, 1960
Box: 2 Item : 994 Local 1-S: Augustine Tompkins

General note

Microfilm

Sep 21, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 818 Local 1-S: Leaflet Distribution, Macy's

General note

Microfilm

Mar 23, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 819 Local 1-S: Macy's Negotiating Committee

General note

Microfilm

Mar 28, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 820 Local 1-S: Macy's Contract Vote, Manhattan Center

General note

Microfilm

Apr 8, 1961
Sub-subseries 2: RWDSU, Local 3
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 550 Bloomingdales Local 3, Office Door and Two Men

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Sub-subseries 3: RWDSU, Local 338
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 55 Al Levy, Local 338

General note

Microfilm

1948
Box: 1 Item : 56 Arbitration--NY Delicatessen; Local 338

General note

Microfilm

1948
Box: 1 Item : 57 Local 338; Harlem Groups; [Meeting; interior: group portrait of men (union officers?) in front of panel or banner emblazoned with legend, "Laundry Workers."]
Mar 18, 1948
Box: 2 Item : 977 Local 338, Mr. Midgen Portrait

General note

Microfilm

May 5, 1948
Box: 1 Item : 59 Local 338; Brooklyn [Meeting: speakers and audience]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 1, 1948
Box: 1 Item : 60 Leo Holtzer; Local 338 [Portrait]

General note

Microfilm

Nov 17, 1948
Box: 1 Item : 58 Local 338; Harlem Party

General note

Microfilm

Oct 27, 1949
Box: 1 Item : 824 Local 338 [Fruit and Vegetable Employees Strike]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 832 Local 338 [Portraits]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 825 Local 338 Harlem Opening [celebration]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 823 Local 338 [Worksite] [Food store scene; grocery store clerk waiting on customer.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 836 Local 338 Comedy Show

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 827 Local 338 Me[?] Ornstein [Portrait]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 828 Local 338 Meeting

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 826 Local 338 Al Levy Rand Stores Card Party

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 830 Local 338 [Portrait of unidentified man.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 831 Local 338 Arbitration [New Yorker Delicatessen]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 833 Local 338 [Appears to be union officers and members meeting.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 973 Local 338; Al Levy

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 822 Local 338 Retail, etc
Feb 16, 1955
Sub-subseries 4: RWDSU, Local 474
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 882 Local 474 [Meeting in ballroom and auditorium in hotel; portrait and group shots at same event.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Sub-subseries 5: RWDSU, Local 1102
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 835 Local 1102, 204 W 55 St [Meeting]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Sub-subseries 6: RWDSU, Local 1250
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 538 [Locals 1250 and 5] [Office Door 2 Men]

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]

Subseries I:V: Seafarers' International Union.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 843 [Copy shots of demonstrators (probably union members) clashing violently with police.]
undated
Box: 4 Item : 649 Seafarers

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 599 Barcelona SIU

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 1 Item : 54 Seafarers' International Union Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Apr 23, 1947
Box: 1 Item : 838 [Two identical copy shots of a street scene. Appears to show workers during a strike or labor disturbance. Smoke (possibly teargas), a policeman on horseback, and people running.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 839 [Copy Shots -- Seafarers, Interior of Ship.] [Worksite. Interior of a ship, seamen. Includes duplicates. Probably shot to illustrate poor living and working conditions on shipboard.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 840 [Copy shot -- men, bunk beds.]
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 948 [Copy shots of] Strike 1950 S.I.U. ties up 9 ships at Staten Island Piers
1950
Box: 1 Item : 846 Copy shots -- Seafarers [The ship "Oregonian" docked at pier; men sitting on the dock in front of the ship.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 842 [Copy shot of print -- Maritime Federation Kitchen No. 1]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 711 SIU [Exterior. Two men descending stairs/gangplank on side of a docked freighter.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 844 [Copy shots of prints: New York Port Society -- Street Scene]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 845 [Copy shots -- Seafarers -- Street demonstration]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 847 [Two identical copy shots of men fighting on a wharf--possibly strikebreakers against union members.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 841 [Copy shot of print: people -- men in mess hall]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]

Subseries I:W: Textile Workers Union of America.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 850 [Union officers meet with rank and file members? Members examine TWUA literature.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 849 Pollack and Stevenson [Meeting in hotel suite. Principally showing two men—presumably Pollack and (Adlai?) Stevenson.]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 1956
Box: 1 Item : 848 Christmas Party for Children

General note

Microfilm

Dec 22, 1956

Subseries I:X: Transport Workers Union of America.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 61 IT Award [Man being presented award.]

General note

Microfilm

Aug 11, 1949
Box: 4 Item : 682 [Broadcast on WOR-TV Channel 9 (press conference?) with Michael Quill and others (TWU officials? members? some appear to be uniformed bus drivers or subway conductors) seated at a table, with a Transport Workers Union of America banner on wall behind them. Television camera and a microphone are visible in some shots.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 4 Item : 681 [Victory Celebration]

General note

Microfilm

[1960s?]
Box: 4 Item : 700 [Local 501: American Airlines Strike]

General note

Microfilm

[1960s?]
Box: 4 Item : 680 [Interviews]

General note

Microfilm

Jan 12, 1962

Subseries I:Y: United Automobile Workers of America.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 976 Homer Martin, President

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 962 [Richard Frankensteen?]
[1950s?]
Sub-subseries 1: District 65
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: not specified Item : 10147 District 65 Textile Workers; AFSCME Local 1707 [film wallet 3-3] [nitrate]
undated
Box: not specified Item : 10145 District 65 Textile Workers; Local 1707 [film wallet #3-1] [nitrate]
undated
Box: not specified Item : 10146 District 65 Textile Workers; AFSCME Local 1707 [Film wallet 3-2] [nitrate]
undated
Box: not specified Item : 10149 District 65 Textile Workers; AFSCME Local 1707 [film wallet 3-6] [nitrate]
undated
Box: not specified Item : 10148 District 65 Textile Workers; AFSCME Local 1707 [film wallet #3-4] [nitrate]
undated
Box: 1 Item : 717 District 65: Ralph Bellamy Interview
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 712 District 65: Interview with Sammy Davis Jr. Gotham Hotel, 136 W. 55th
Jul 24, 1956
Box: 1 Item : 829 District 65, International Teachers [group visiting (?) at District 65 headquarters]
Aug 3, 1956
Box: 1 Item : 851 District 65: Medical Society Luncheon

General note

Microfilm

Jun 20, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 713 District 65: N.A.A.C.P.
Nov 5, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1871 District 65: Retiree Violet Baily; [Separated as Damaged]
Oct 2, 1959
Box: 4 Item : 679 District 65 [RWDSU on Strike]

General note

Microfilm

[1960s?]
Box: 3 Item : 1870 District 65: Stern's Registration [Separated as Damaged]

General note

Microfilm

Feb 18, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1867 District 65; by Meeting; St Ann's Church [Separated as Damaged]

General note

Microfilm

Feb 19, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1872 District 65; Rehearsal; Barbizon Plaza

General note

Microfilm

Feb 22, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 852 District 65: Community Conference on Race Relations

General note

Microfilm

Mar 11, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 714 District 65:Youth Conference Headquarters
Mar 13, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 853 District 65: On Way to Forand Bill Meeting [At Manhattan Center]

General note

Microfilm

Mar 23, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 854 District 65: Shop Presentation of Plaque

General note

Microfilm

May 25, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 716 District 65: Pre Labor Day T.V. Broadcast
[Sep 4, 1960?]
Box: 1 Item : 715 District 65: Women's Committee Cocktail Party
Sep 9, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 855 District 65: Neuberger[?] Speaks to NY Society for Ethical Culture
Oct 19, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 856 District 65 Dance Class, Roseland

General note

Microfilm

Apr 14, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 857 District 65: Congressman [Emanuel] Celler's Office

General note

Microfilm

Apr 21, 1961

Subseries I:Z: United Furniture Workers of America (UFWA).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 860 [Small meeting of union officers? Includes group portrait.]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 858 First Retired Members

General note

Microfilm

Jun 11, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 859 Craftsmen at Scala Shop

General note

Microfilm

Jun 26, 1958
Sub-subseries 1: UFWA, Local 76B
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 861 Furniture Local 76B Dance

General note

Microfilm

Feb 8, 1952
Box: 2 Item : 862 Local 76 Picketing Plant -- Mass Picketing 102 St. 5 Ave.

General note

Microfilm

Mar 19, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 863 Local 76 Labor Board Election, Chesterfield Furniture

General note

Microfilm

Mar 27, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 864 Local 76B Installation

General note

Microfilm

Apr 22, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 865 Local 76: M. Singer [& Sons] Strike

General note

Microfilm

Sep 23, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 866 Local 76 Committees

General note

Microfilm

Dec 8, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 868 Local 76B Committtees

General note

Microfilm

Nov 1956
Box: 2 Item : 877 Local 76[B] Election

General note

Microfilm

[Jan 16, 1956?]
Box: 2 Item : 867 Local 76: Tony Vitrone [Portrait]
Sep 11, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 869 [Local 76B portraits] De Cicco
Mar 28, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 870 [Local 76B] De Cicco Testimonial

General note

Microfilm

Apr 6, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 871 Local 76: Ben Kreiselman Signs [members displaying informational picket signs.]

General note

Microfilm

May 23, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 872 [Local 76B]: Blood Bank

General note

Microfilm

Aug 1, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 873 Local 76[B] Committee

General note

Microfilm

Mar 4, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 875 Local 76: Blood Bank

General note

Microfilm

Apr 10, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 874 Local 76[B]: Signing Contract

General note

Microfilm

Apr 16, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 876 Local 76[B]: Strike Meeting

General note

Microfilm

Sep 4, 1958
Sub-subseries 2: UFWA, Local 102
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 878 Local 102: Steinway Lodge Pension Checks

General note

Microfilm

Mar 31, 1953

Subseries I:AA: United Shoeworkers of America.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 879 [Large meeting or conference] Joint Council #13

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]

Subseries I:BB: United Store and Allied Products Workers.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 891 Store Workers: New Yorker [Hotel], J. Carey Speaking
Sep 21, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 880 Store Workers [constitutional convention]: New Yorker [Hotel], J. Carey Speaking

General note

Microfilm

Sep 21, 1955

Subseries I:CC: United Textile Workers of America.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 881 [United Textile Workers of America convention at] Hotel McAlpin, NYC

General note

Microfilm

Oct 22, 1956
Box: 1 Item : 718 Local 229 Christmas Party, Regional Office, 129 Lexington
Dec 21, 1957

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Series II: Labor Organizations.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Subseries II:A: American Federation of Labor.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 97 AFL Convention Atlantic City

General note

Microfilm

1935
Box: 2 Item : 883 [Broadcast] 58th St. Studio [at A.B.C. Studio]

General note

Microfilm

May 29, 1947
Box: 1 Item : 53 Broadcast; 58th St. Studio

General note

Microfilm

May 29, 1947
Box: 4 Item : 686 Statler-NY [Appears to be have been shot at the AFL-CIO merger convention at the Statler-Hilton Hotel in New York City. Includes numerous union leaders (negative 686-30 shows David Dubinsky, for example).]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 1, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 884 AFL convention (1--13) 12-1 (1--12) 12-2

General note

Microfilm

Dec 1, 1955-Dec 2, 1955
Box: 6 Item : 12058 United Garment Workers of America Nashville Convention

Historical Note

United Garment Workers of America union was affiliated with the American Federal Labor.

1914

Subseries II:B: American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 885 Meeting, Commodore Hotel

General note

Microfilm

Jun 8, 1950
Box: 4 Item : 687 United Labor Commission, AFL-CIO Election UJZ TV

General note

Microfilm

Nov 3, 1952
Box: 2 Item : 886 AFL-CIO Convention 1st Day; Labor Daily AFL- CIO Convention 2nd Day; AFL-CIO Convention 3rd Day; AFL-CIO Convention 4th Day; Radio Liberator; End Empty Hall; Unity Convention Eleanor Roosevelt; Puerto Rican Delegates; City of Hope, Zimmerman and Williams; Kenosha[?] Labor K, Att. Harold J. Newton
Dec 5, 1955-Dec 8, 1955
Box: 4 Item : 688 AFL-CIO Convention [Speakers include: Eleanor Roosevelt, George Meany]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 7, 1966-Dec 8, 1966
Box: 2 Item : 887 AFL-CIO Unemployment Office
Jun 25, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 888 AFL-CIO Meeting Manhattan Hotel on Behalf of G.E. Strike, IUE District 4[?]
Oct 19, 1960
Box: 2 Item : 890 AFL-CIO Eastern Region Education Conference Shelbourne Hotel
Apr 25, 1961

Subseries II:C: American Commission on Africa.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 683 American Commission on Africa: Arrival of Students
Sep 10, 1959

Subseries II:D: American Labor Education Service.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 947 Eleanor Roosevelt, American Labor Education Service; E.R. Addressing Lucilee Conn, Chairman of Board, Hotel Shelbourne

General note

Microfilm

Nov 14, 1955

Subseries II:E: Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 586 [Meeting in an auditorium or hotel ballroom, mainly speakers shown. Banners include legend, "CIO" and slogans "Organize the Unorganized White Collar Worker" "Hail the work of the CIO."]
[1930s?]
Box: 2 Item : 892 Furniture Salesmen, CIO Local 853
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 893 CIO Steel Hearings
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 719 CIO Convention
1951
Box: 2 Item : 950 [CIO Convention, Hotel Commodore, New York City. Includes Michael Quill and Philip Murray.]

General note

Microfilm

Nov 1, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 889 CIO Convention, NYC
Nov 5, 1951-Nov 11, 1951

Subseries II:F: Harlem Labor Center.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 894 [Harlem Labor Center meeting]
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 895 [Meeting; Includes door labeled "Painters DC 9." Mostly African-American audience. Harlem Labor Center?]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]

Subseries II:G: Histadrut.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 912 Histadrut Luncheon, Hotel Astor
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 896 Histadrut Meeting, Hotel Astor
Dec 6, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 897 Histadrut, City Hall
Apr 4, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 898 Histadrut Luncheon for Moshe Bartal; Histadrut Representative to U.S. ; Kruzo [Pincus Caruso], Paole Zion; J. Schlossberg; Sarah Surchin, Pioneer Women; Cecil Human, Isr. Con.; Moshe Bartal, Histadrut; Dr. Begun, Chairman; J. Breslan; I. Nagler; Eddie Euro; I. H. Goldberg, Hatters
May 10, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 900 Histadrut Dinner, Sheraton Astor
Sep 18, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 901 Histadrut, Phil Murray Luncheon, Commodore
Sep 24, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 902 Histadrut, J. Avidor [sp?], Israeli Ambassador to USSR, and Wife
Oct 10, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 903 Histadrut Conference, Commodore Hotel
Oct 27, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 904 Histadrut, Israeli Entertainers, Josefa Schocken, Shimon Finkel
Nov 19, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 905 Histadrut, Bessarabian [?] Committee, Hist. Hqtrs.
Jan 2, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 906 Histadrut, [Annual] Service Luncheon, Park Plaza
Jan 6, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 907 Histadrut, Picker Equipment
Jan 10, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 908 Histadrut, Luncheon, Astor Hotel
Jan 16, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 909 Histadrut, Branch 400
Feb 1, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 910 Histadrut, District 65 Contribution
Oct 28, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 911 Histadrut, Books for Israel, Marty Cohn Donor
Dec 2, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 899 Histadrut, Check from Local 10
May 16, 1975

Subseries II:H: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 913 Free Trade Union Committee, ICFTU Luncheon: Francis, Edward, Tachin, Merison, Lovestone, Zimmerman; J. McLarin, Sleeping Car Porters; Noah Walters, Workmans Comp.; Maida Springer, Local 22 Laundry Workers; Ed Welsh, Rubber Workers; Louis Nelson, Local 155; Charles Zimmerman, Local 22; Gilbert and Jonas (Information Associates)
[1960s?]

Subseries II:I: International Workers Front Against War.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 78 International Workers Front against War Convention

General note

Microfilm

Oct 1, 1939
Box: 2 Item : 914 [International Workers Front against War (possibly affiliated with Communist Party Opposition), Meeting at Marxist Center. Diego Rivera murals are visible on the walls in the background.]

General note

Microfilm

ca.1939

Subseries II:J: Jewish Labor Committee (JLC).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 68 Jewish Labor Council [Jewish Labor Committee?] Luncheon, Astor

General note

Microfilm

Feb 12, 1949
Box: 1 Item : 720 Jewish Labor Committee: [Meeting or conference (possibly on the topic of discrimination in housing and education) held at a resort (probably the ILGWU's Unity House).
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 926 JLC Mural Presented to Workmen's Circle
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 915 Ceil Chapman, JLC, 530 7th Ave [Group photograph of workers in a shop and a meeting in an office. Ceil Chapman was a women's clothing designer. Perhaps this was her workshop and perhaps she is pictured in the meeting in the office.]

General note

Microfilm

Apr 27, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 916 Jewish Labor Committee, Mayor Wagner Swearing in, Charles Zimmerman, City Hall

General note

Microfilm

Jan 19, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 917 JLC, [Photograph of a painting of B. Charney Vladeck speaking]

General note

Microfilm

Oct 27, 1955
Box: 3 Item : 1072 Rand School [Conference called by the National Trade Union Committee for Racial Justice on the problems of African-American workers; at the Rand School, 7 East 15th Street, New York City]

General note

Microfilm

Nov 11, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 918 Jewish Labor Committee, AFL-CIO Convention: Averell Harriman and Charles Zimmerman. [Also, Zimmerman with Adlai Stevenson; Gov. G. Menner Williams. In all four shots the men are posed in front of a sign that reads: "United House of Labor."]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 6, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 919 Jewish Labor Committee, Weekend Conference [National Trade Union Conference on Civil Rights], Belmont Plaza

General note

Microfilm

May 4, 1956-May 6, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 920 Jewish Labor Committee: Hungarian Protest Meeting [Madison Square Garden], Averell Harriman [In shot #9, additional caption reads, "Pat and Schnitzler." "Pat" probably refers to JLC's Jacob Pat.]

General note

Microfilm

Nov 8, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 921 Jewish Labor Committee Emergency Conference, Belmont Plaza
Nov 30, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 922 Jewish Labor Committee [at?] (Housing Meeting), [AFSCME, Local 1707]

General note

Microfilm

Jun 23, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 923 Jewish Labor Committee, William Green Plaque
Feb 5, 1959
Box: 2 Item : 924 JLC, [Dedication of William Green Human Relations Library]
Apr 20, 1959
Box: 2 Item : 925 Jewish Labor Committee, Mayor's Office
Apr 17, 1961

Subseries II:K: League for Industrial Democracy.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 67 Student League for Industrial Democracy; [Meeting or lecture in auditorium; group portrait shot at a branch of the Workmen's Circle.]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 27, 1946
Box: 2 Item : 929 Luncheon Awards to Luis Munoz Marin, of Puerto Rico

General note

Microfilm

Apr 13, 1957

Subseries II:L: New York City Central Labor Council.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 651 Central Trades Council Rump Meeting for Judge Ferdinand Pecora, McAlpin [Hotel]
[Oct 27, 1950?]

Subseries II:M: Women's Trade Union League.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 931 WTUL [Women's Trade Union League], Scholarships

General note

Microfilm

Jun 11, 1957

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Series III: Political Parties and Organizations.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Subseries III:A: American Labor Party.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 555 La Guardia [Madison Square Garden] [Signs/banners include slogans: American Labor Party/Re-elect La Guardia]

General note

Microfilm

[1938?]
Box: 4 Item : 236 American Labor Party (Top Officials): [Alex] Rose, Jacob Potofsky, Luigi Antonini, Louis Hollander, Andrew Armstrong, C. Strebel
1936
Box: 4 Item : 89 American Labor Party, Madison Square Garden Meeting

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 1 Item : 69 American Labor Party, Roosevelt, Wallace and Mead

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]

Subseries III:B: British Labour Party.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 725 British Labour Party, Herbert Morrison
[1960s?]

Subseries III:C: Independent Communist Labor League.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 222 [Independent Communist Labor League], Meetings and Personalities [6th National Convention, Communist Party Opposition]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 4 Item : 220 [Communist Party Opposition], Convention: Labor Day Weekend

General note

Microfilm

Sep 1, 1935
Box: 4 Item : 219 [Communist Party Opposition], Washington's Birthday Weekend

General note

Microfilm

Feb 1936
Box: 1 Item : 584 [Communist Party Opposition, 6th National Convention]
1936
Box: 4 Item : 12052 [Independent Communist Labor League] 1937 National Convention of the ICLL or 1938 National Convention of the ICLL, or the 1938 New York District meeting of the ICLL.
1937, 1938
Box: 4 Item : 641 [Independent Communist Labor League], 7th National Convention, New York City, ICLL Headquarters, 131 W. 33rd St.; District 65, Textile Workers, AFSCME 1717 [Signs include: "Hail Iberian Communist Youth," "P.O.U.M." (Workers Party of Marxist Unification) [Copy shot of document in German, Spanish and French, dated November 1939, translated: "Platform of International Workers Front Against War"]

General note

Microfilm

Jul 4, 1938
Box: 4 Item : 223 [Independent Communist Labor League] ICLL Meetings and Personalities
[1940s?]

Subseries III:D: Liberal Party.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 4 Item : 542 Liberal Party
undated

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Series IV: Demonstrations.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 596 [May Day Parade, 30-34th St. and 8th Ave.; "Bronx County Committee Communist Party"; [Signs: "Join the Communist Party Opposition USA"; "The CIO made Morgan Settle"; "Down with Imperialist War!"; "Free Mooney and Billings"; "Hail International Brigade"; "Support Anti-Lynching Bill"; "Workers School"; "Unity"; "Lincoln Battalion . . . Fighting in Spain."]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 594 [Parade at Union Square. 1937?][Signs: "The Union for All Office Workers Join the BS&AU" (Bookkeepers Stenographers, and Accountants Union); "Communist Party Opposition"; "Communist Party of New York State Workers of the World Unite!"]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 590 [Mass meeting in a stadium or large indoor auditorium; sign: "Federation German Workers Clubs of Greater New York--Hitler is Not Germany."]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 589 [Anti-William Randolph Hearst banner at a parade (perhaps May Day?): "Keep Hearst Out of Schools]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 588 [Speaker; banner: (Oppose the?) (Internati?)onal fascist offensive"]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 587 [Anti-Fascist convention; in background a banner/sign showing image of man wrenching swastika. Microphones show the speeches are being broadcast on radio station WEVD.]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 4 Item : 228 [Unlabeled. Street gathering? protest? demonstration?]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 40 Austrian Demonstration

General note

Microfilm

1934
Box: 1 Item : 42 May Day

General note

Microfilm

1934
Box: 4 Item : 12051 May Day parade, 1935, New York City.
1935
Box: 4 Item : 85 May Day

General note

Microfilm

May 1, 1936
Box: 4 Item : 86 May Day

General note

Microfilm

May 1, 1937
Box: 4 Item : 106 Ford Demonstration

General note

Microfilm

Dec 24, 1937
Box: 4 Item : 87 May Day

General note

Microfilm

May 1, 1938
Box: 4 Item : 600 Czech Demonstration, Columbus Circle/C.P.M.

General note

Microfilm

Mar 5, 1939
Box: 2 Item : 1003 Charles Zimmerman [Two identical copy shots of an unidentified demonstration]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 696 May Day

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 1 Item : 585 [Labor Demonstration, includes sign: "This is What We Demand for Xmas"]

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 98 May Day

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 105 May Day

General note

Microfilm

[1940?]
Box: 4 Item : 212 May Day

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: not specified Item : 549 San Francisco, Waterfront fight started when some members of the AFL Sailors Union of the Pacific Coast fought their way through a picket line established by the CIO Ship Scalers and Painters Union.

General note

Microfilm

Oct 15, 1940
Box: 4 Item : 691 [Dressmakers Demonstration]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 4 Item : 698 [Local 1-S DSWU--RWDSU May's Protest]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 4 Item : 690 Civil Rights Rally [Madison Square Garden] Celeb.

General note

Microfilm

May 24, 1956
Box: 1 Item : 721 Labor Day
Sep 1, 1959
Box: 4 Item : 693 Labor Day

General note

Microfilm

Sep 1, 1959
Box: 4 Item : 697 Pickets: South African Embassy [Anti-Apartheid Protest]

General note

Microfilm

Mar 30, 1960
Box: 4 Item : 694 Labor Day
Sep 5, 1960
Box: 1 Item : 722 Labor Day, S.I.U.
Sep 5, 1960
Box: 4 Item : 692 Kennedy Rally: Garment District

General note

Microfilm

Oct 27, 1960
Box: 2 Item : 934 District 65 Kennedy Rally: Garment District
Oct 27, 1960
Box: 4 Item : 695 [Labor Day]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 1, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 723 Labor Day
Sep 1, 1961

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Series V: Strikes.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 936 [Copy shot] Trolley Strike
1886
Box: 1 Item : 553 [Copy shots of:] Labor/Seaman's Strike? England/Lining up for Strike Benefits

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 497 [Copy shots of:] Strike: 11/24/36 "We are prepared to fight to the finish"; "Protesting imprisonment of 7 seamen convicted of possessing dynamite during tanker strike 20 months earlier. Building is San Francisco Standard Oil"; 11/18/36 Strike bound S.S. Washington sails. Picketing US lines; Picketing Matson Piers, San Francisco 11/5/36; San Francisco "Three a Day" 12/7/36; Began May 9, 1936;

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 1 Item : 66 Strikes: International Seafarers Union Members on Strike

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 1 Item : 50 [Copy shots of:] Strike: Houston, Texas; Wilbur Dickey Dumped, Dickey Patrolman M.F.O.W.

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 1 Item : 49 Strike: Meeting in Lyceum Hall

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 1 Item : 48 [Copy shots of:] Union Square mass meeting of waterfront workers 12/12/36 Strike began October 29, 1936

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 1 Item : 41 Registering for Picket Duty

General note

Microfilm

1936
Box: 4 Item : 601 Lang News Strike

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 215 Met News Strike

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 213 Cohn Hall Marx Strike

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 2 Item : 938 Strike?: Roosevelt Home Hyde Park, NY
[1950s?]

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Series VI: Miscellaneous Events.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 593 [Unlabeled Convention]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 591 [An unidentified man (almost certainly New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia) speaking at a podium at mass meeting or convention, his speech being broadcast on radio stations WEVD and WMCA; also, General Hugh Johnson]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 4 Item : 702 Welcome to Soviet North Pole [Air] Flyers [Sign: "Soviet Pioneers of the Air"]
[1930s?]
Box: 4 Item : 216 Banquet for Bob Edwards

General note

Microfilm

Jun 23, 1938
Box: 4 Item : 644 Gen. Eisenhower Museum of Art
Apr 1, 1946
Box: 1 Item : 498 Hyde Park ,Roosevelt

General note

Microfilm

Sep 7, 1946
Box: 1 Item : 724 Delegation to Hyde Park -- Eleanor Roosevelt
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 928 Cora Bacor, Winner of UN Essay Contest Mayor Wagner, Eleanor Roosevelt
Oct 24, 1957
Box: 4 Item : 701 News Alliance Capitol Funeral
May 6, 1958
Box: 6 Item : 12053 Haym Salomon Home Annual Meeting
1970
Box: 6 Item : 12054 Unidentified speaker addressing a crowd of spectators at an outdoor meeting
undated
Box: 6 Item : 12055
Box: 6 Item : 12056
Box: 8 Miscellaneous Events

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Series VII: Personalities.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 556 Alsop[?], J. H.S.

General note

Microfilm

[Oct 1946?]
Box: 2 Item : 951 Murray Baron [?]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 9, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 952 Gus Beam; R. Elber[?]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 953 Max Bloom

General note

Microfilm

Oct 18, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 954 Mel Bloom
May 15, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 955 Boklaw [?] Family
Aug 5, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 726 Burton [Burtan?] Family
Sep 19, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 956 Val Burtan
Sep 24, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 957 Burtan, V.G. [Val Burtan?]
Oct 1, 1961
Box: 2 Item : 958 CIO James Carey
Jun 1, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 959 David L. Cole [Director of Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service]
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 1004 Lara Colombia T.U. Head [Meeting (luncheon?) in a small conference room]
1950
Box: 1 Item : 47 Ely Culbertson [speaking at a dinner]

General note

Microfilm

1946
Box: 1 Item : 727 Lester Davis
[1960s?]
Box: 2 Item : 960 Linda DeDefler [sp?]
May 1, 1960
Box: 4 Item : 704 Dwight D. Eisenhower

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 2 Item : 964 Eisenstadt
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 966 James Farrell
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 961 Flynn [Board of Education?]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 45 Carl J. Friedman of Howard University

General note

Microfilm

1946
Box: 2 Item : 967 Arthur Goldberg (Speaks -- Jewish Labor Committee)

General note

Microfilm

Jun 18, 1959
Box: 2 Item : 963 Gene Goldsmith

General note

Microfilm

Oct 1, 1956
Box: 4 Item : 703 Paul Hall
Sep 23, 1953
Box: 2 Item : 965 [Copy shots of] George Harrison, President, Railway and Steamship Clerks, AFL
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 971 Morris Iushewitz
Aug 1, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 652 WLIB [Radio], Arnold J. Jaffe
Mar 14, 1951
Box: 4 Item : 705 G. [George?] Jessel
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 46 Arthur Kalster, Carnegie Hall Meeting

General note

Microfilm

1948
Box: 4 Item : 226 Dr. Karl [?]

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 2 Item : 968 Murray Koening
Nov 27, 1951
Box: 3 Item : 1670 Political; La Guardia; Thomas Dewey; Alex [Rose]; Dewey and Luigi Antonini

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 2 Item : 970 Mort Lawrence, Gawdy 26 Bway
Oct 22, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1674 John L. Lewis; Anti-Nazi Meeting; Madison Square Garden; Note DD Johnson [David Dubinsky in corner]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 62 Jay Lovestone

General note

Microfilm

1934
Box: 4 Item : 227 [Jay Lovestone]

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 603 [Jay Lovestone]

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 2 Item : 974 J. J. [Jules?] Manson Portrait

General note

Microfilm

Nov 23, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 975 J. J. [Jules?] Manson Portrai

General note

Microfilm

Feb 17, 1957
Box: 1 Item : 44 Mr. Midgen Portrait

General note

Microfilm

1948
Box: 2 Item : 1008 R. Mieblum [? Nieblux?]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 1005 [Copy shots] Minkoff [?] -- Parents
[1950s?]
Box: 3 Item : 1673 Tom Mooney; New[bold?] Morris and T. M.; Antononi and T. M.; Welcome in [Madison Square Garden]

General note

Microfilm

[1930s?]
Box: 2 Item : 1007 John Mozen [Urzan?]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 1006 Saby Nehama
Nov 9, 1950
Box: 1 Item : 65 [A man (Oscar Newman?) accompanying a delegation of women and one child on a visit to Franklin D. Roosevelt's home, Hyde Park.]

General note

Microfilm

Sep 26, 1946
Box: 2 Item : 1009 O'Donnel and Schwartz Accident
May 21, 1951
Box: 4 Item : 544 Mayor William O'Dwyer

General note

Microfilm

[Jun 1946)
Box: 1 Item : 75 Harvey Olnick

General note

Microfilm

Jun 1, 1949
Box: 2 Item : 1010 Harvey Olnick Passport

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 728 Harvey Olnick
Feb 19, 1954
Box: 1 Item : 735 Alex W. -- L. Persands [?] [Exterior, man posed with two women]
[1920s?]
Box: 1 Item : 729 Rose Pesotta Family
Sep 10, 1960
Box: 2 Item : 1012 Bob Richardson

General note

Microfilm

Jan 6, 1960
Box: 2 Item : 979 Bob Richardson
Mar 17, 1960
Box: 2 Item : 1011 Richard Riebo [?]
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 980 Rogan, Larry, Textile [Textile Workers?] C.I.[O?]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 4 Item : 543 Eleanor Roosevelt

General note

Microfilm

[1940s?]
Box: 6 Item : 12057 Franklin D. Roosevelt, Portrait
undated
Box: 2 Item : 1001 Samovodin [Samorodin?], Milton; Swearing in by [Judge] Matt Levy

General note

Microfilm

Dec 29, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 981 I. Scharfman at L.A.S. Affair[?]
Jan 31, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 982 Schukin, Dave
[1960s?]
Box: 2 Item : 983 Seabury
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 74 Bernard Seaman [Portaits]

General note

Microfilm

May 1, 1949
Box: 2 Item : 987 Seaman [Bernard Seaman's Daughter]
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 986 [Bernard Seaman with family]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 984 [Bernard Seaman -- labor cartoonist -- Friend of Daniel Nilva's]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 730 [Bernard] Seaman
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 732 [Bernard Seaman Family]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 733 [Bernard Seaman and Family]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 837 [Bernard] Seaman, [Croton?] Meeting
Nov 25, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 985 Bernard Seaman
Feb 19, 1954
Box: 1 Item : 731 B. [Bernard] Seaman
Oct 1, 1954
Box: 2 Item : 988 [Copy shots] Dr. Ralph Sepsin
[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 989 Horatio [?] Seymour; Tammany Club; 364 W 23 St.

General note

Microfilm

Jan 31, 1952
Box: 2 Item : 990 Frances Smith
Jan 24, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 991 Dr. C. Snyder
Sep 12, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 972 Enrich [?] Springer. [Springer appears to be an African-American office-holder.] Judge Matt Levy Swearing in [? on Bible?]

General note

Microfilm

Oct 24, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 993 AFL-CIO Max Steinbock [Steinbach?]
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 64 Julie Steinberg

General note

Microfilm

Dec 1, 1949
Box: 2 Item : 978 Lydia Tolstoy
Mar 20, 1951
Box: 1 Item : 77 Trare [sp?] Leimpkin

General note

Microfilm

1934
Box: 2 Item : 949 [New York City Mayor Wagner presents Miss Union Maid with a bouquet.]

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 995 Arthur K. Watson. VP -- IBM World Trade Corp
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 63 E. Welsh [Labor]

General note

Microfilm

1934
Box: 2 Item : 997 Edward K Welsh, 82 W. Montcalm, Detroit, Mich.
Jan 11, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 996 Morton Wishengrad at typewriter

General note

Microfilm

Jul 19, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 998 [Bertram D.] Wolfe
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 76 [Bertram] D. Wolfe

General note

Microfilm

1934
Box: 2 Item : 1000 Matthew Woll

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]
Box: 2 Item : 999 [Matthew] Woll and Eric Jonston
[1950s?]
Box: 1 Item : 734 Lou Yagoda
Nov 24, 1959
Box: 2 Item : 1002 Zimmerman, Charles

General note

Microfilm

[1950s?]

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Series VIII: Other Clients.

Scope and Contents note

Shoots that have been microfilmed (R-7850) are indicated by Microfilm links under the title of those shoots in the container list. These links will open a complete list of shoots from this collection that have been microfilmed, with reel and frame numbers. (Note that in the container list below, a shoot is listed in the column for "item.")

Subseries VIII:A: American Veterans Committee.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 1013 [American Veterans Committee]; Dinner Gross, Tyler and Goldsmith, Michael Straight; Belmont Plaza

General note

Microfilm

Oct 12, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 1014 Eleanor Roosevelt; NY [American Veterans Committee. 14th National Convention.]

General note

Microfilm

May 1961
Box: 4 Item : 689 Eleanor Roosevelt. Convention [American Veterans Committee] [Commodore Hotel]
May 1961
Box: 2 Item : 1015 [American Veterans Committee]; Award to Adlai Stevenson at US Mission to UN
Apr 20, 1962

Subseries VIII:B: Jewish Consumptive Relief Association.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 1016 City of Hope; Tuvim Dinner; Richard Wright [Assistant Secretary of State]

General note

Microfilm

Apr 21, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 1017 City of Hope; Torch of Hope Award to M. Tobin Waldorf Astoria

General note

Microfilm

May 9, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 1019 City of Hope [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Luncheon CIO NY Director

General note

Microfilm

Sep 21, 1951
Box: 2 Item : 1020 City of Hope [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]
Feb 10, 1952
Box: 3 Item : 1862 Deborah Sanitorium Luncheon; Waldorf-Astoria; [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] [Damaged negatives separated]
Jun 17, 1954
Box: 3 Item : 1036 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Patient [from?] -- Holland. Idlewild [Airport?]
Aug 14, 1954
Box: 3 Item : 1864 Deborah Hospital; Knitgoods Industry; [Separated as Damaged]; [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]

General note

Microfilm

Dec 26, 1954
Box: 2 Item : 1021 City of Hope Luncheon [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Hotel Pierre Roof. George Jessel [speaker?] and [Jennie] Grossinger
Jun 16, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 1022 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]. Mrs. Henry [?] Epstein wife of Deputy Mayor
Sep 14, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 1023 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]. Hotel Astor 8th Floor Ballroom; Honoring Ben[?] Paul; Belt Industry Fabulous Belts; Henry Schwartz, Local 40, Nathan Mintz, Ben Mintz, DC

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Oct 27, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 1024 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Plaza Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Epstein
Nov 15, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 1025 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association], Bill Schnitzler Dinner Commodore
Nov 22, 1955
Box: 2 Item : 1026 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Portrait of unidentified man]
Oct 4, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 1027 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] [Award to J. Irwin Shapiro.] Waldorf-Astoria

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Nov 14, 1956
Box: 2 Item : 1028 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] [Award to] Walter Reuther; Commodore Hotel

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May 10, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 1029 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Belt Industry, Commodore; Herb Novick
Oct 24, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 1030 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] [Banquet at] Waldorf-Astoria

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Dec 22, 1957
Box: 2 Item : 1031 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Copy Neg Aerial View Hospital
Feb 17, 1958
Box: 2 Item : 1032 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumpitve Relief Association] Groups [Group shots of women presenting a "Heart of Gold" certificate to another woman.]
Mar 13, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1033 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Exec. Comm. Hotel Astor
Apr 27, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1034 Deborah Sanitorium . [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]. Starks[?] Office [Group of people displaying a New York City mayor's proclamation; group includes shots of a little boy and a performer with a ventriloquist's dummy.]

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Apr 28, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1037 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Women's Comm. Hqtrs

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Jun 2, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1035 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Mayor's Office, Paul Winchell

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Jun 18, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1056 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Meeting; Waldorf
Oct 2, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1039 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Assocation]; Belt Industry; [Banquet at Hotel] Commodore
Oct 26, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1038 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] [Bronx] County

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Oct 30, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1047 Deborah Sanitorium; Waldorf-Astoria
Nov 11, 1958
Box: 3 Item : 1040 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]. Van Arsdale Dinner; Hotel Commodore
Dec 4, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 736 Deborah Sanitorium WEVD [Radio] [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association.]
Dec 20, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 737 Deborah Sanitorium; Waldorf-Astoria [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association.]
Dec 21, 1958
Box: 1 Item : 738 Deborah Sanitorium; Ehler's Coffee [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association.]
Jan 29, 1959
Box: 1 Item : 739 Deborah Sanitorium; Jacob Weiss Returns to Israel [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association.]
Mar 10, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1041 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]. Coffee Industry Luncheon

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Mar 10, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1042 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]. Queens Chapter Meeting

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Mar 26, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1043 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Mayor's Office
Apr 21, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1866 Deborah Sanitorium; Israeli and Mother; Headquarters; [Separated as Damaged]; [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]
Jul 1, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1865 DeborahSanitorium; Ehlers Dinner; [Damaged Negatives Separated]; [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]
Sep 28, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1044 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Assocation] [Bronx] Section; Concourse Plaza; Sullivan Dinner
Oct 21, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1045 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Dinner; Belt Industry;

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Oct 29, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1048 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Conf. Grain Co. [?] [Award to Rene Fribourg]
Oct 30, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1046 Deborah Sanitorium Knitgoods Industry Committee
Nov 1, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1863 Deborah Sanitorium; Knitgoods Committee [Separated as damaged]; [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]
Nov 10, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1861 Deborah Sanitorium; Police Donation; [Separated from Damaged Negs]
Dec 18, 1959
Box: 3 Item : 1071 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Copy Neg; Sanitorium; Thomas Mackell
[1960s?]
Box: 3 Item : 1053 Deborah [ Hospital and Sanitorium] [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Poster ["Your Deborah Tree of Life … Give It Life"]

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Jan 8, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1860 Deborah [Hospital] Copy Neg; [Separated as Damaged]
Feb 17, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1859 Deborah Hospital; Copy Neg; Head and Painting; [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; [Separated as Damaged]
Mar 4, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1052 Deborah Sanitorium and Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Annual Convention; Statler Hilton
Apr 25, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1050 Deborah Sanitorium and Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Proclamation [Mayor's] Stark[?]
Apr 26, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1049 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Deborah Square; 4 Neg [Group of people poses on wooden platform erected at Times Square (with Hotel Astor visible in background) below a street sign that reads: "Deborah Square."
May 16, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1051 Deborah Sanitorium and Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Members Meeting
May 19, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1055 Deborah Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Luncheon; Waldorf

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Jun 21, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1058 Deborah Sanitorium and Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Rosenberg -- Quillers[Quillins?]

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Jun 22, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1057 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Astor Luncheon

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Jun 22, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1059 Deborah Sanitorium and Hosptial [Jewish Consumptive Rellief Association]; Wolf Testimonial Dinner; Waldorf-Astoria

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Sep 29, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1054 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Commodore; Belt Industry

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Oct 18, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1060 Deborah Sanitorium and Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Conc. Plaza; [Award presented to Abraham] Bernstein; State Senator [Community Service Award]

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Nov 19, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1061 Deborah Sanitorium and Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Knitgoods Industry, Waldorf

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Nov 23, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1062 Deborah Hospital and Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Annual Affair; Waldorf-Astoria

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Dec 18, 1960
Box: 3 Item : 1063 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]; Jacob Hoffman and Wife; Exodus--"Rider"
Apr 25, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1064 Deborah Hospital and Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Mayor's Proclamation
May 1, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1065 Deborah Hospital and Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] 34 Luncheon; Commodore

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Jun 20, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1066 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Queens Village; Arthurs [? Autumn?]; State Senator Mackell
Jun 22, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1067 Deborah Hospital and Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Abbey Rosenberg Dinner; Waldorf-Astoria

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Oct 4, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1068 Deborah Hospital and Sanitorium [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Belt Industry; Commodore
Oct 17, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1069 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Mintz; Ukranian Jewish Meeting; Woodstock Hotel

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Oct 25, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 740 Deborah Sanitorium; Knitgoods Committee Meeting, New Yorker [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association.]
Nov 14, 1961
Box: 3 Item : 1070 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] 39th Anniversary Dinner; Commordore Hotel
Dec 17, 1961
Box: 1 Item : 741 Deborah Sanitorium; Mayor's Proclamation, Molly Picon [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association]
Apr 23, 1962
Box: 1 Item : 742 Deborah Hospital; Commodore, Molly Picon Table[?] [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] "Award to [Molly Picon]; M.P. Speaking; M.P. husband…..."
Jun 21, 1962
Box: 1 Item : 743 [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] Deborah Hospital, Queens Banquet; Sam [?sky] [Shots include three union officials receiving the Deborah Hospital "Heart of Gold" award certificates: Louis L. Levi
Jun 23, 1962
Box: 1 Item : 744 Deborah Hospital [Jewish Consumptive Relief Association] [Fan] Ziskin
Jul 15, 1962

Subseries VIII:C: Leather Craft Guild.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 552 Leather Craft Guild [?] 25 W. 53 St.

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[1940s?]

Subseries VIII:D: New York State Department of Labor.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 930 NY State Department Noah Walter, 80 Center [Centre?] NYC
[1950s?]

Subseries VIII:E: Produce Exchange.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 2 Item : 944 Mort Lawrence, Produce Exchange, Interiors and Headshots
Oct 30, 1950
Box: 2 Item : 946 Produce Exchange [party or reception]

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Nov 24, 1959

Subseries VIII:F: Rural Schools.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 650 Rural Schools Luncheon, Hotel Commadore
Nov 19, 1955

Subseries VIII:G: WEVD Radio.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 598 [WEVD] [2 men doing a radio broadcast?]

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[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 554 Political / La Guardia/Thomas Dewey/ Alex Rose/ Dewey & Antonini [WEVD Radio]

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1938

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Series IX: Personal.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Item : 668 H. Fox Frances and Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva, Daniel Nilva's first wife]
[1930s?]
Box: 1 Item : 665 Mildred [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva] at Piano
Dec 1, 1939
Box: 1 Item : 666 Mildred Nilva [copy shot of image of Mildred Nilva as a young girl]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 664 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 663 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva, ] [Outside (?) Summer Portraits]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 662 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 661 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 659 Millie [Nilva?] [Portrait with 3 other women and 1 man]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 658 Edie, Jimmy, Dan [Nilva?], Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 657 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva]
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 656 Dan [Nilva?], Edie, Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva], Jimmy
[1940s?]
Box: 4 Item : 655 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva]
[1940s?]
Box: 1 Item : 667 Millie [probably Alice "Millie" Nilva] [copy shot of letter written in French]
Sep 7, 1949
Box: 4 Item : 660 Self [Daniel Nilva?] and Drh[?] [Possibly Daniel Nilva, and dog; Portrait: unidentified man -- "Drh"?]
[1950s?]

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Series X: Unprocessed Materials

Container 1     Title Date
Box: 5 Unprocessed 35mm, 120, 2 1/4, and 4 x 5 negatives.
Box: 6 Unprocessed 5 x 7 and 8 x 10 Negatives

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