American Postal Workers Union Printed Ephemera Collection 1969-2003


American Postal Workers Union Printed Ephemera Collection, 1969-2003

American Postal Workers Union Printed Ephemera Collection 1969-2003

The American Postal Workers Union Printed Ephemera Collection is an artificial collection, collected and assembled by the Tamiment Library over the course of several decades. The collection consists of agreements, contracts, constitutions, and convention proceedings, as well as printed ephemera, such as fliers, circular letters, newspaper clippings, pamphlets and other publications. In general, material in the collection comes from the national body of the union, however there is material from the New York Metro Postal Union, as well as from various rank and file committees. NOTE: This collection is housed offsite and advance notice is required for use.

1.0 linear feet; (1 boxes)

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