Newspaper Guild. Local 22 (Detroit, Mich.)
- Existence: 1934
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Newspaper Guild Local 22: Detroit Records
Abstract The Newspaper Guild, a national organization, initially began with the intent to be a professional organization more than a union. As such, the 1933 founders chose to call the group a “guild.” The Newspaper Guild Local 22 was an early local, established in 1934. Organizers were successful in establishing this local in Detroit by using sit-down strikes across the entire state. The Detroit Times and the Detroit Free Press were first to win bargaining recognition: The Times was first certified...
Dates: 1933 - 2007
Robert and Anne Musial Papers
Abstract The Robert and Anne Musial Papers is a collection of correspondence, newsclippings, reports, and other materials that document the Detroit Newspaper Strike, by Robert Musial, one of the striking workers.
Dates: 1987 - 2004
UAW Vice President's Office: Douglas Fraser Records
Abstract Subjects include: collective bargaining and working conditions in the automobile industry; Canadian labor relations; automobile safety; Detroit economic development; international trade; Democratic Party politics; Michigan State Development Authority; Newspaper Guild Local 22; retired workers; UAW Community Action Program; UAW Chrysler Department
Dates: 1953 - 1977; Majority of material found within 1970 - 1977