Records, 1938-1953.

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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Local 776 (Charleston, S.C.). Records, 1938-1953.

Records, 1938-1953.

Records include correspondence concerning the Charleston Building and Construction Trades Council, the Charleston Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, and business affairs of Local 776; agreements of Local 776 with various companies, including the Charleston Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, the Charleston Mill of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, and the Charleston Power Company; a report of a conference between the Charleston Shipbuilding and Drydock Company and several union organizations; proceedings of the 1946 and the 1948 conventions of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; pamphlets of agreements, 1946-1952; copies of minutes; items pertaining to disputes and other matters involving the Charleston Building and Construction Trades Council; an address by James F. Barrett, AFL publicity director for the South; and minutes, 1939-1942, of meetings of Local 776.

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