Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the records of International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union 190. The records of agreements, correspondence, meeting minutes, and strikes and pickets range in date from 1950 to 1980. The parts of the collections donated by Rohrer are clearly marked.
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 documentation on a variety of IBT local unions and joint councils.
This collection contains bound ledger books from Teamsters Local Unions 14, 366, 572, 606, 686, 700, and 864; earlier Teamsters ledgers collectively list multiple rather than individual Local Unions. Included are cash books, day books, dues books, minutes books, expense books, membership directories, and welfare books. The ledgers date from 1903-1973, with the bulk dating from 1930-1960.
This collection contains minutes,correspondences,financial records,conference records, photographs and publications created by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Member Groups. Currently, this collection amasses material relating to the Teamsters Women's Caucus and the National Black Caucus. The material dates from 1991-2008.
This collection contains yearly reports. The material dates from 1955-1957. These are the yearly reports of the Michigan Conference of Teamsters, a regional governance body in the structure of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
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 materials produced by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Office of the General President. Included are IBT Constitutions and Community Service Surveys. These materials date from 1883-2001.
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.
Series 1 of this collection houses the scripts, correspondence, and production files relating to the IBT sponsored film A Bench in the Park. Legislative and Political Action Dept. head Sid Zagri headed up this project on the Teamsters side.
Series 2 of this collection houses miscellaneous materials from the IBT Political and Legislative Action Department as well as the legislative and Political Education Department.
This collection contains correspondence, clippings, and photos for possible use in The International Teamster. Some letters are to James R. Hoffa, some to Harold Gibbons or to Allen Biggs (Director of Public Relations). 1962-1967.
This collections contains the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Research Department records dating from 1941-1983. The majority of the material pertains to research conducted by the IBT's Research Department into various companies and their contracts. The materials include correspondence, copies of labor contracts, statistics, reports, news clippings, hearing transcripts.
This collection contains meeting minutes, legal documents, agreements, and reports. The material dates from 1946-2001. These are the records of the Southern Conference of Teamsters, a regional governance body in the structure of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
This collections contains the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Trade Division and Conference records dating from 1942-2003.
This collections contains the records of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Training & Development department dating from 1986-2009.
This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, legal documents, financial records, programs, pamphlets, and reports. The material dates from 1940-2008. These are the records of the Western Conference of Teamsters, a regional governance body in the structure of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
These records contain the history of The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Local #160, North America's oldest rail labor union, before they merged with the Teamsters in 2004. Founded in 1863 and initially named the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. It is the oldest transportation labor organization in North America having celebrated its 150th anniversary in May 2013. The records include financial documents, meeting minutes, and memorabilia dating from 1873 to 1989.
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.
This collection consists of materials relating to the ILRF's work in monitoring the labor components of American trade agreements with other countries. Materials include reports, legislation, correspondence and publications pertaining to labor relations and workers' rights in the countries of trading partners.
This collection contains material amassed by Jerome T. Barrett pertaining to his career as a labor mediator and commissioner and director of the Office of Technical Services of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. There are also materials related to the United States Consilitation Service (USCS) founded in the Department of Labor in 1913.
The material dates between 1913-2013.
Collections contains the moving image and audio recordings produced or held by the National Education Association. The collection contains three series reflecting the recording's purpose. The three series are:
Conventions; Educational Material; and Promotional Material.