ILGWU. Local 98 records, 1938-1983.

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ILGWU. Local 98 records, 1938-1983.

Contains meeting minutes of Local 98's Executive Board from1938 to 1970, Manager Herbert Pokodner's correspondence, and company files thatdocument the union's organizing and service efforts. Also included arecorrespondence, notes, and related National Labor Relations Boardmaterials.

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