Central Labor Union records, 1912-1962 (bulk 1940s-1950s).

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Central Labor Union of Minneapolis and Hennepin County. Central Labor Union records, 1912-1962 (bulk 1940s-1950s).

Central Labor Union records, 1912-1962 (bulk 1940s-1950s).

Topical subject files (46 boxes), chronologically-ordered miscellaneous files (1919-1962; 13 boxes), and financial and other records (2 boxes) of an American Federation of Labor (AFL)-affiliated organization comprised of delegates from local trade and labor organizations affiliated with the AFL or affiliated with national or international unions chartered by the AFL.

26.0 cu. ft. (61 boxes, including 6 v.).

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