International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, calendars, legal documents, personnel files, financial records, programs, brochures, and reports. The material dates from 1957-95.
This collections contains the records of the Internation Brotherhood of Teamsters Communications Department dating from 1958-1983. Included are publications distibuted by the department dating from 1977-1983 and minutes of the General Executive Board from 1958-1959.
This collection contains the records of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Graphic Communications Conference dating from 1902-2006. Specifically it contains Willims Moody's research files when he was editor of the Graphic Communicator, journal of the Graphic Communications International Union. and records of Pressmen's Local 22, Denver, Colorado.
The collection consists mainly of agreements and correspsondence with companies with whom IBT Local 279 bargained.
This collection contains records created by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 544. Included are correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, working agreements and drafts, personnel and grievance records, handbooks, constitutions, by-laws, rosters, ledgers, brochures and pamphlets, photographs, and ephemera. The material dates from 1930-2013.
This collection currently hold one scrap book - containing news articles and commentary about the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union 456. The article range from news articles on labor disputes, to the election of Teamster officals. The dates range from 1946 to 1960. The scrap book is 34 pages.
This collection consists of agreements between Local Union 995 in Las Vegas, Nevada and various employers, as well as the minutes of the Local's meetings.
This collection contains newspapers and newsletters published by IBT locals, joint councils and other Teamsters organizations from 1904-2009. The bulk of the materials are IBT local and joint council periodicals from a number of different cities, including New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Denver, Milwaukee, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C.
This collection consists of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Office of the General Executive Board records. These range in date from 1958-1986.
This collection contains the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Office of the General Secretary-Treasurer records. Included are rosters dating from 1957-2009.
This collection consists of Teamsters and Meat Cutters Joint Organizing Committee records, and general organizing materials, manuals and tools.
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America records: digital edition produced from microfilm
The digital edition of the records of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America consist of the correspondence files of the I.B.T. executive office covering the years 1904-1952, with the major portion of the material originating in the 1940's.
This collection is comprised of materials produced by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters' International Conventions dating from 1906-2011. The materials include organizational logistics, convention programs, delegate lists, material produced by Convention committees, transcripts of speeches, proceedings for each convention, proposed and adopted Constitutions, and reports.
The Joint Western Area Committee (JWAC) was one of four area conferences of the Teamsters, and served as a semi-autonomous intermediary organization between the local units of the IBT, and the national organization. The collection contains agendas, minutes, and proceedings from the Joint Western Area Committee (JWAC) of the Western Conference of Teamsters Freight Division for the period from 1965 until 2004.
This collection consists of material relating to the United Brewery Workers Union. Included are historical material, convention proceedings, General Executive Board minutes and general correspondence microfilm, and newspapers. These range in date from 1888-1977.