Records of various labor union negotiation hearings, 1947-1952 (inclusive).


Selekman, Benjamin M. (Benjamin Morris), 1893-1962,. Records of various labor union negotiation hearings, 1947-1952 (inclusive).

Records of various labor union negotiation hearings, 1947-1952 (inclusive).

Transcripts of hearings relating to negotiation of contracts and settlement of grievances with Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Shipbuilding Division (1947), Lever Brothers (1948-1949), Republic Steel Corporation's Gadsden Plant (1951), and West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company (1948-1952). Also documents of Westvaco Chemical Division of Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation and a scrapbook of press releases and clippings.

2 linear ft. (2 cases, 3 v.)

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Kirstein Professor of Labor Relations, Harvard Business School. From the description of Papers, 1944-1961 (inclusive). (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 269608063 ...

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