Irwin L. DeShelter papers, 1933-1971.

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Irwin L. DeShelter papers, 1933-1971.

Correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, reports, memoranda, notes, financial materials, membership lists, convention proceedings, office files, and other materials relating to Irwin DeShetler's activities as president of the Window Glass Cutters League of Toledo and as Assistant Regional Director of Region 22, AFL-CIO. Includes material relating to: Walter Reuther, Cesar Chavez, Adolph Germer, James B. Carey and Wyndham Mortimer. Important subjects covered in the collection are: AFL-CIO, AFL and CIO merger, Farm Workers Organizing, Trade-unions and politics.

56.5 linear ft. (113 boxes)

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