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International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America

 Organization

Found in 399 Collections and/or Records:

UAW Local 598 Records

 Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: U-V Box 14, Folder: 7
Identifier: LR000834
Abstract Subjects include: Fisher Body Plant No. 2 (Flint, Michigan)

UAW Local 599 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000210
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 599 represented workers in the Buick plant in Flint, MI and is noted for its involvement in the anti-Martin struggles during the early years of its existence. The records of the local reflect routine operations.

UAW Local 65 Records

 Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: U-V Box 14, Folder: 3
Identifier: LR001855
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 65 represented workers at the Murray, Ohio Manufacturing Company in Cleveland, OH. Their records consist of meeting minutes.

UAW Local 650 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000177
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 650 grew out of Local 182 in Lansing, MI representing Reo Motors employees. The local survived a company bankruptcy and reorganization in the late 1930s and early 1940s and numerous company-union conflicts in the post WWII period. The records of the local reflect its operations and activities upon behalf of its members.

UAW Local 662 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000095
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 662 was organized to service the General Motors plant, Delco-Remy Division in Anderson, IN, absorbing the former UAW Local 146. Records reflect activities, including a women's auxilliary, that occurred mainly following the local's 1939 charter.

UAW Local 664 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000235
Abstract Established in 1939 when the International Executive Board revoked the charter of pro-Martin Local 118, United Auto Workers Local 664 serviced members at Fisher Body, Chevrolet, and Prophet Company in North Tarrytown, NY. The records reflect the Martin controversy, strikes, conferences, and other activities of the local.

UAW Local 678 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000451
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 678 originally serviced the Chevrolet plant and parts warehouse in Baltimore, MD. before merging in 1969 with Local 239, Fisher Body. The records relate to activities and operations prior to the merger.

UAW Local 7: Nick DiGaetano Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LP000023
Abstract Reports, UAW materials, posters, and memorabilia form the bulk of Mr. DiGaetano's papers. There are copies of Economic Outlook (1943-50); Ammunition (political supplements from the 1940s); Labor's Monthly Survey (1947-52); and Striking Workers Local 7 Bulletins and circulars from the Chrysler plants (1948-50). Mr. DiGaetano, a long-time union man, has also donated chief stewards' grievance books; various agreements and constitutions; a collection of union pins, neckties, and hats; and a few IWW...

UAW Local 7 Records

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Identifier: LR000187
Abstract Subjects include: Chrysler Jefferson Avenue assembly plant (Detroit); absenteeism; civil rights; 1950 Chrysler strike; factionalism; fair employment practices; skilled trades; Taft-Hartley Act.

UAW Local 75 Records

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Identifier: LR000536
Abstract Subjects include: automobile industry and collective bargaining in Milwaukee; American Motors Corp.; Nash-Kelvinator Corp.; Hudson Motor Car Co.; Seamon Body Plant.

UAW Local 78 Records

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Identifier: LR000645
Abstract Subjects include: Kelsey-Hayes (Detroit)

UAW Local 80 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000008
Abstract Records of the United Auto Workers Local 80 reflect its administration and activities in the Detroit area.

UAW Local 833 Records

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Identifier: LR000377
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 833 has had divisive history between workers at the Kohler Co. in Kohler, WI and their employers. First organized in 1933 by the American Federation of Labor, workers were soon embroiled in a jurisdictional dispute with a company-formed union, the Kohler Workers' Association (KWA). Following a strike, the KWA won the bid from the NLRB to represent workers, but leadership soon became dissatisfied and voted in 1952 to join the UAW.

UAW Local 870 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000472
Abstract Subjects include: Ford Motor Co. (Dallas)

UAW Local 879 Records

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Identifier: LR000684
Abstract UAW Local 879 represents workers at the Twin City Ford Motor Company plant in St. Paul, Minnesota. It was chartered in 1941 following the recognition of the UAW by the Ford Motor Company. During the late 1940's and the 1950's, Local 879 participated in the Minnesota State CIO Farm Labor Relations Program. To demonstrate the relationship between farmers and labor, Local 879 and other CIO-affiliated unions set up booths and other displays at various Minnesota county fairs. Subjects include:...

UAW Local 887 Records

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Identifier: LR000138
Abstract Local 887 of the United Auto Workers was borne out of labor struggles between its predecessor union, UAW-CIO Local 683, and North American Aviation in Los Angeles, CA shortly before American involvement in WWII. Because of the company's production of military aircraft, the federal government has historically been closely involved with labor disputes affecting Local 887's members. The records of UAW Local 887 reflect the union's long struggle with management over such issues as wages and union...

UAW Local 889 Records

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Identifier: LR000040
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 889 was chartered in 1940 to service white collar workers at Chrysler plants and suppliers in southeastern Michigan. The records of the local reflect the activities of its many units including Amplex, Auto Equipment Co., Hudson Sales, Kaiser-Frazer, King-Seeley, Tank Plant, Jefferson-Kerchival, Dodge Main, Marysville Parts, Mopar, Dodge Truck, and John R-Highland Park.

UAW Local 904 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000523
Abstract Local 904 represents the workers of the Vincent-McCall Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin.

UAW Local 932 Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000415
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 932 was chartered in 1961, providing service to the Minneapolis-Moline Division of Motec Industries, Inc. in Minneapolis, MN. The local was embroiled in an intense rivalry many years prior to its chartering, between the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America and the UAW over who had the rights to service the local.

UAW Local 988 Records

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Identifier: LR000383
Abstract United Auto Workers Local 988 was chartered to service employees of International Harvester Company Plant in Memphis, TN. Its records primarily document the meetings of the local's various units.

UAW National War Labor Board and National Labor Relations Board Records

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Identifier: LR000634
Abstract Soon after Pearl Harbor, the UAW and other unions voluntarily pledged to forego strikes for the war’s duration. To compensate, the federal government agreed to control prices, but wage increases were also limited. The National War Labor Board was established late in 1941 (formally, by executive order in January of 1942) to administer wage control in national industries such as automobiles, shipping, railways, airlines, telegraph lines, and mines. It ceased operating in 1946, and thereafter...

UAW Oral Histories

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Identifier: LOH002229
Abstract In the fall of 1959, the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, a joint body of the University of Michigan and Wayne State University, formally began an oral history project on the "Development of Unionism in the Automobile Industry." The project's aims were to provide additional historical sources for scholars working on the history of auto unionism, to capture the recollections of those who played a key role in this story, and to discover additional archival materials on labor...

UAW Organizing Leaflets

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Identifier: LR000480
Abstract Union organizing campaign materials.

UAW Political Action Department: Roy Reuther Records

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Identifier: LR000191_PAD
Abstract Subjects include: civil rights; Detroit elections; Michigan Congressional elections; UAW factionalism

UAW President's Office: Douglas Fraser Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR001116
Abstract Douglas A. Fraser was elected UAW President in 1977 following the retirement of Leonard Woodcock. As UAW President Fraser presided over the emergence of Japanese auto imports into the previously US dominated auto industry, growing concerns over air quality, worker safety issues, and job re-training. In 1981 Fraser successfully reunited the UAW with the AFL-CIO after a 13 year absence. Fraser was also instrumental in assisting Chrysler Motor Company’s federal bailout loan to avoid the company’s...