George Novack. "Unity caucus on the railroads.", 1946-1949.
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The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, founded in 1863, recognized the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen in 1874. The combined Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen (BLF & E) represented a wide spectrum of railroad occupations in labor negotiations. In 1969, it merged with other industry unions to form the United Transportation Union. From the description of Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen journals, 1874-1968 (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). ...
Union representing the needs and concerns of locomotive engineers. From the description of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers records, 1906-1971. (Wyoming State Archives). WorldCat record id: 166428920 The Brotherhood of the Footboard was founded in 1863 and in 1864 changed its name to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (BLE). The General Committee of Adjustment for each railroad system is comprised of all the general chairmen on that particular railroad and is respons...