Greater Buffalo Industrial Union Council records, 1937-1958.


Greater Buffalo Industrial Union Council records, 1937-1958.

Include general administrative records, materials relating to labor legislation, relations with member organizations, relations with New York State Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and the national CIO, relations with international labor organizations and with the public.



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