Series 4, Subseries 4. Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association cases, 1966-1977.

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Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977. Series 4, Subseries 4. Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association cases, 1966-1977.

Series 4, Subseries 4. Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association cases, 1966-1977.

Include over 250 cases arbitrated by Cole between the Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (MEBA) and numerous companies. Significant cases include those between MEBA and the following: United States Line Company (1968-1977) on issues of insubordination, dismissal, employee failure to perform assigned work, violation of work rules, lockout, and wage rates; Tanker Service Committee (1967-1977) on issues of job duties, insubordination, overtime pay, company contribution to pension plan, dismissal, and job performance; Pacific and Far East Lines and Atlantic Steamship Company (1968-1977) on the issue of grievance procedure; Maritime Service Commission (1970-1977) on issues of overtime pay, wage rates, and pension plan; United States Steel (1977) on the issue of grievance procedure; Cleveland Tankers (1976-1977) on issues of grievance procedures and manning decisions; Seafarers' International Union of North America (1968) on the issue of union representation; Interlake Steamship Company (1977) on the issue of manning codes; Prudential Steamship Lines (1972-1977) on issues of portal to portal pay, discrimination, back pay, early retirement, dismissal, and insubordination; other cases. Also includes correspondence, hand-written notes, copies of agreements, and transcripts of hearings.

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National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association.

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United States Line Company.

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Cole, David L. (David Lawrence), 1902-1978

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Independent abitrator and member of numerous state and federal advisory boards, including the National War Labor Board. From the description of David Lawrence Cole series 7. Speeches, writings and lecture materials, 1949-1972, bulk 1949-1969. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64091483 Independent arbitrator and member of numerous state and federal advisory boards, including the National War Labor Board. From the description of Series 6. Profession...

United States Steel Corporation

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American Steel & Wire Co., descendant from Washburn & Moen, acquired by U.S. Steel in 1901 and became its American Steel & Wire Division; employed 4000 workers during 1940s; facilities expansion at South Works plant in 1957-1958; ceased operations in Worcester in 1977. From the description of United States Steel Corporation photograph collection, 1940-1970 (bulk 1957-1958). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70965884 On June 30, 1960, U.S. Steel Corporat...

Cleveland Tankers.

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Pacific and Far East Lines.

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Maritime Service Commission.

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Seafarers' International Union of North America

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The Historical Research Department of the Seafarers International Union (SIU) kept extensive files on Joseph Curran, president of the NMU from 1937 until his death in 1981. “Big Joe” Curran, then an inactive member of the conservative International Seaman’s Union, founded the Seaman’s Defense Committee during a wildcat strike in 1936 on the Panama Pacific Line's S.S. California. The Committee was renamed the National Maritime Union in 1937, and Curran became its first president. He ...

Tanker Service Committee.

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Prudential Steamship Lines.

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Atlantic Steamship Company.

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