ILGWU. Paintings, photographs, and memorabilia, 1952-1979.


ILGWU. Paintings, photographs, and memorabilia, 1952-1979.

This collection contains correspondence, memoranda, and reports relating to the Political Department's lobbying activities in Washington, D.C. Also contained in this collection are letters and receipts documenting campaign contributions, alphabetical files on states, as well as files on local unions, joint boards, and regional departments. The records of the Political Department also contain ephemeral printed material relating to political campaigns, including pamphlets, posters, and fliers.

6.8 linear feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 7904404

Cornell University Library

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