Series 2, Subseries 5. National War Labor Board files, 1943-1946.

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Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977. Series 2, Subseries 5. National War Labor Board files, 1943-1946.

Series 2, Subseries 5. National War Labor Board files, 1943-1946.

Include correspondence, hand-written notes, documents, reports, and memoranda relating to the National War Labor Board (NWLB)(1943-1946), including materials on the Northern Textile Commission of the NWLB, the NWLB Steel Commission (1944), and the NWLB Milk Commission.

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