Labor movement -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
F. J. Patrick McCartney Papers
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1933-1971; union files, 1933-1972; subject files, 1937-1969; and personal files, 1940-1974; documenting McCartney's involvement in the AFL-CIO, including his work with George Meany.
Frank Duffy Speeches and articles
Scope and Content Speeches and articles from The Carpenter (a trade union magazine); concerning labor-management issues from a strongly pro-labor position, with emphasis on the importance of persistence in the labor wars and of union membership.
Peter Ernest Dietz Correspondence
Scope and Content Letters from John W. Cavanaugh, CSC, Nicholas Dietz, James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop John Glennon, and Frederick P. Kenkel to Peter E. Dietz; concerning Dietz's work in support of organized labor and his interest in social service and social reform; with material on the Militia of Christ and the American Federation of Labor. Also correspondence between Dietz and officers of the Catholic Central Verein concerning cooperation between the Verein and the American Federation of...