Series 4. Documents of various international associations, 1936-1965.

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Series 4. Documents of various international associations, 1936-1965.

Consist chiefly of correspondence with officers of international labor organizations. Include a file on the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) (1951-1958) with correspondence of J.H. Oldenbroek (general secretary, ICFTU) on the AFL-CIO tour of Latin America, Oldenbroek on ICFTU-ORIT relations, general Latin American politics and labor movement; and Otero Borlaff on Chilean politics and communism. Also, minutes and reports of various conferences. International Labour Office materials (1936-1961) include correspondence chiefly of Bernardo Ibanez during his term of office (1952-1961); and of Luis Monge on the International Labour Organisation (ILO)-ORIT-ICFTU relations, Monge's activities in the ILO, and labor and political issues. Also, articles and addresses presented by Romualdi at various international conferences. ORIT documents (1951-1961) include correspondence of Alberto Colotuzzo and Arturo Jáuregui on relations between various Latin American labor organizations and on the Point IV plan; of Hermes Horne on routine ORIT business; of Jáuregui and Luis Monge on Confederación Interamericana de Trabajadores relations (CIT) relations with the ICFTU and the international labor movement. Also, reports on international labor congresses, and the Cuban revolution. Also, correspondence, statements, and reports from the following: American Institute for Free Labor Development (1963-1965); Confederación Latinoamericana de Sindicalistas Cristianos/Latin American Confederation of Christian Trade Unionists (CLASC) (1960); and Inter-American Association for Democracy and Freedom (1950-1957).

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International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.

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Monge, Luis Alberto

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Romualdi, Serafino, 1900-1967.

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Labor editor, lecturer, and expert in Latin American affairs, Romualdi was Inter-American representative of the A.F. of L. and AFL-CIO, co-founded the Inter-American Regional Organization of Workers and the American Institute for Free Labor Development, and held various posts for the U.S. government. From the description of Serafino Romualdi. Series 7. Lectures, 1955-1967. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63890989 From the description of Series 2. Correspond...

Colotuzzo, Alberto.

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Jauregui, Arturo.

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American Institute for Free Labor Development

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Confederación Latinoamericana de Sindicalistas Cristianos.

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ORIT (Organization)

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International Labour Office.

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Oldenbroek, J H

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Borlaff, Otero.

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Inter-American Association for Democracy and Freedom

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