Papers. 1934-1976.

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DeNucci, G. George, 1902-1979. Papers.

Papers. 1934-1976.

Convention proceedings, union consultations and contracts and assorted pamphlets and books on labor activities. Two scrapbooks on DeNucci's career as a labor leader. Founder of Ohio Industrial Union Council and worked for National CIO; associated with United Mine Workers, United Steelworkers, Ohio AFL-CIO, and the Ohio Council of Senior Citizens. Contact repository for more information.

2.25 cubic feet.

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