Shaun Maloney papers, 1932-2000  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Maloney, Shaun, 1911-1999
Title
Shaun Maloney papers
Dates
1932-2000 (inclusive)
Quantity
35.29 cubic ft. (38 boxes)
Collection Number
5255
Summary
Papers of a longtime activist in Pacific Northwest maritime and longshore unions as well as in the broader labor movement
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Open to all users.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Shaun Maloney was a fiery union activist and advocate for workers' rights whose involvement in the labor movement spanned eight decades.

Shaun McGillin Maloney was born on Sept. 10, 1911, in Minneapolis. His natural father deserted the family before Maloney's birth. As a youth he was known as John or Jack Severson, adopting the name of his stepfather. He reverted to using Maloney in about 1936 when he was issued a social security card. He was called Shaun by his longshore associates, but remained Jack to those who had a Minnesota connection and John to a handful of relatives.

Maloney was introduced to labor activism and radical politics as a youth. His mother was a fierce Irish nationalist. His stepfather, a Teamster who was blacklisted after an unsuccessful Teamsters strike in 1917, was an early member of the Industial Workers of the World. The Severson home was the scene of frequent Wobblie gatherings.

Maloney left school after the eighth grade. Through the 1920s and early 1930s, he worked driving delivery wagons—initially horse-drawn wagons and eventually trucks. When hauling work was unavailable, he sailed on the Great Lakes and worked in the fields, following the harvest north from the southern plains to the Dakotas. It was during the late 1920s that Maloney joined the Wobblies and his first union, General Drivers, Helpers and Inside Workers Union (Teamsters) Local 574 of Minneapolis. Through his union activities he became acquainted with noted socialists such as Karl Skoglund and V.R. and Miles Dunne.

In May 1934 Local 574, spurred on by a successful strike against area coal companies, began what was to be a long and bitter general trucking strike. Seven weeks into the strike armed police fired into the crowd of strikers. Two strikers were killed and dozens of others, including Maloney, were injured on what came to be known as "Bloody Friday." Martial law was declared and federal mediators were sent in to lead negotiations. The union won the strike and approved a contract in August. Maloney, who was elevated from picket line captain to the negotiation committee after the strike's primary leaders were arrested, appeared on the front page of a local Minneapolis paper casting his vote in favor of the contract.

After the 1934 strikes, Maloney organized truckers in South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska. In fall 1937, he joined the drive to organize the then-neglected over-the-road drivers and bring them under a single area contract. As a member of the North Central District Drivers Council, he helped negotiate the first area contract covering an 11-state area and tens of thousands of drivers. The area contract set up the structure that turned the Teamsters from a loose confederation of provincial outposts to a powerful national union.

In the course of a 22-week strike leading up to the contract, a bakery delivery truck traveling across the Iowa-Minnesota border was destroyed, and the company blamed the union. Maloney, who had been assigned to work with Local 383 in Sioux City, Iowa, and several other union organizers closest to the scene were rounded up and charged with interference with interstate commerce. Maloney was convicted and entered the federal penitentiary in Sandstone, Minn., in June 1940.

A draft notice was awaiting Maloney upon his release from prison in Mar. 1942. To avoid fighting in a war that he opposed, Maloney traveled to New York and joined the merchant marine. He found a berth on the SS Samuel Chase , which turned out to be part of a convoy delivering supplies to Murmansk, Russia. Just days after departing from a layover in Iceland, the convoy was attacked and suffered heavy casualties. The Samuel Chase limped into the Russian port of Molotovsk, where she remained for several months and was presumed lost. Of the original 35 vessels of Convoy PQ-17, only three, including the Samuel Chase , survived both the sailing to Russia and the return voyage across the Atlantic.

Maloney returned from Russia in the fall of 1942 and came to the West Coast. After a brief stay in San Francisco, he made his way to Seattle, from where he sailed the relatively safe Alaska run for the duration of the war. After the war Maloney continued sailing throughout the Pacific and took an active part in the Sailors' Union of the Pacific (SUP) until he became involved in the Mahoney Beef in 1949.

John Mahoney was expelled from the SUP in June 1949 for questioning the leadership's attempt to break a strike by the Canadian Seamen's Union, which the leadership viewed as Communist-influenced. Over 30 of his supporters, including Maloney and his half-brother Jim Severson, would be expelled over the course of 12 months. Maloney was not initially part of the so-called Mahoney gang; the collection of a small fund for the family of a deceased shipmate led union leaders to suspect Maloney and his shipmates of financially supporting Mahoney's defense. Maloney became a key member of the Mahoney Defense Committee and helped coordinate the efforts of the expelled sailors who filed suit for reinstatement. The court battles dragged on for several years. Mahoney's case eventually worked its way up to the Washington State Supreme Court, which affirmed the lower court's order of reinstatement. Maloney and his co-plaintiffs also won reinstatement, but were again expelled.

After his expulsion from the SUP, Maloney did not return to sea. He and many of the other expelled sailors found work as longshoremen while contesting their expulsions. Maloney gained membership in the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union in Apr. 1953. With its reputation for militancy and rank-and-file democracy, the longshore union seemed a good fit for Maloney. He quickly became active in Seattle's Local 19. He was elected vice president of the local in 1956, was appointed to the area committee in 1957 and sat on the Executive Board. He frequently opposed positions taken by ILWU President Harry Bridges and was critical of the controversial "Mechanization and Modernization" Agreement of 1960.

In the post-war years, pressure to speed up cargo handling made mechanization an attractive option to shipowners and waterfront employers seeking to increase profitability. Mechanization would naturally result in the loss of waterfront jobs. The longshore union was divided on how to confront this issue. While many members resisted change in the industry, the union leadership concluded that mechanization was inevitable and sought to ameliorate its effects. The M&M agreement allowed shipowners and stevedoring contractors to introduce labor-saving machinery and work practices in return for a guarantee against layoffs and increased wages and benefits.

Maloney was elected president of Local 19 in Dec. 1970 and served five terms, the first person to do so. When Maloney took over as Local 19 president, the ILWU was still dealing with the consequences of the M&M agreement of 1960. Of growing concern to the union was the spread of the employers' practice of hiring "steady men" equipment operators who were assigned work outside the normal dispatch procedure. Contract negotiations were at an impasse, and on July 1, 1971, the longshoremen went on strike. Only after a 134-day strike (interrupted by a court-imposed "cooling off" period) was a settlement reached. The issue of steady men nevertheless remained a source of tension. In the fall of 1972, Local 19 was embroiled in a dispute locally with employers over hiring of steady men crane operators. The waterfront employers hit the union, and Maloney personally, with a lawsuit accusing the union of an illegal work slowdown.

Maloney retired from the ILWU in 1976, but remained active in union affairs. He regularly attended membership meetings and served as an advisor to the more militant wing of the local union membership. He also remained an active figure in the wider labor movement, in which he was better known for his role in the 1934 Teamsters strike. He cultivated a circle of correspondents around the country and campaigned on behalf of union solidarity.

Maloney died in Seattle on Dec. 19, 1999.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Shaun Maloney papers document Maloney's involvement in the West Coast maritime and longshore unions as well as the broader labor movement, his World War II service in the merchant marine, his political philosophy and his personal life. Although there is frequent mention of his work with the Teamsters in the 1930s, Maloney's papers from those years are not part of this accession. The collection contains biographical material, correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, speeches and writings, notes, assorted publications, a limited number of photographs, video and audio cassette tapes, ephemera and clippings.

The "General Correspondence" series, measuring 5 cubic ft., includes newspaper and magazine articles on which Maloney has commented but which never reached their intended recipient. Maloney maintained an extraordinarily wide circle of correspondents. It included his large family, friends and colleagues from his early years in Minnesota, fellow sailors and longshoremen along the Pacific Coast, and successive generations of union activists. During his time at sea, Maloney corresponded with several women in various Asian port cities. The letters cover a period of six decades and touch upon a wide range of topics in often-colorful language. They contained news of family members or mutual friends, the recounting of Maloney's work for the Teamsters, the status of ILWU affairs, and discourses on developments in the labor and socialist movements. Correspondence relevant to the subgroups can also be found in the "General Correspondence" series.

Maloney had several correspondents of note. He maintained a long-running correspondence with Farrell Dobbs. The materials in the collection date from Maloney's time in prison, by which time Dobbs, the leader of the Teamsters' area-wide organizing drive, had left the union to work for the Socialist Workers Party. Their letters contain recollections of Teamsters organizing activities, discussions of current developments in the labor and socialist movements, and updates on mutual acquaintances. Maloney's correspondence with Frank Lovell, another leading socialist whom Maloney knew from the days of the Mahoney Beef, covers similar topics. In his correspondence with Asher Harer, a socialist and San Francisco longshoreman who also opposed the M&M agreement, Maloney and Harer trade opinions on the contract and changes facing the longshore industry.

Other major correspondents include siblings Dorothy Weinreich and Don Severson, fellow Teamsters organizers Lou Miller and Jack Wirth, longshoremen Bob Murray, Art Almeida, and John "Sarge" Ransome, Minnesota labor activist Dave Riehle, and John Mahoney.

Dobbs' reliance on Maloney's sharp memory is evidenced in the "Manuscripts of Others" series, which includes Dobbs' books of Teamster history. The "Speeches and Writings (of Others)" series includes the work of Dobbs, as well as Frank Lovell.

The "Publications" series documents Maloney's wide range of interests and includes everything from transportation industry journals to newsletters from fringe left-wing organizations. The collection retains mostly political and labor publications, many of which are quite obscure, that shed light on Maloney's political sympathies and causes. Some of the more mainstream political, labor and trade publications were separated from the collection and offered to other sections of the Libraries or discarded.

The "Subject Series" materials hint at Maloney's wide range of interests and involvements. Maloney was a self-described revolutionary socialist but never a member of the Communist or Socialist parties. The "U.Com" file contains what appear to be notes taken by Maloney during the 1954 hearings in Seattle of the House Un-American Activities Committee. The "S.W.P-related" and "S.W.P. vs. FBI" files touch on Socialist Worker Party matters. The only organized political movement with which Maloney was affiliated appears to have been Labor Party Advocates and the resulting Labor Party, which is documented in the Labor Party Advocates Subgroup.

Other subject files of interest are "Convoy to Russia," which includes materials recalling Maloney's harrowing voyage to Russia during World War II, and the "Hoffa Film," which contains Maloney's assessment of the accuracy of the biographical film of James R. Hoffa, Teamsters president from 1957 to 1967.

The "Clippings" series represents only a small fraction of such items collected by Maloney, a voracious reader of newspapers and journals from the mainstream press as well as trade and leftist political publishers. The files in the collection include those which were already gathered by subject and those on a very few other representative subjects. Due to volume and lack of organization, the majority of clippings and their photocopies were discarded during processing.

The "Videotapes" series includes recorded interviews with Maloney in which he recalls his early years in Minnesota and his voyage aboard the Samuel Chase . The collection also contains approximately 200 audio cassette tapes, a great many of which are unidentified. They include recorded interviews with Maloney, taped telephone conversations Maloney had with Farrell Dobbs and with Frank Lovell, and recordings of television and radio broadcasts such as the President's State of the Union address.

The Teamsters subgroup contains materials collected by Maloney over the years beginning in the 1950s regarding the Teamsters union. Maloney withdrew from the union in the early 1940s, but he continued to closely follow union developments and supported factions seeking greater democracy within the union in the 1980s and 1990s. The subgroup includes several issues of publications of rival "pro-democracy" factions, Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU) and PROD, and newsletters from TDU and its Evergreen Chapter.

The materials in the Sailors' Union of the Pacific (SUP) subgroup date largely from the second half of the 1940s and document Maloney's activism in the union. The "General Correspondence" files include Maloney's reports to the union on conditions at sea. Among the "Miscellany" files is one containing Maloney's ideas for improving conditions for SUP sailors. The jurisdictional disputes between maritime unions in the late 1940s and early 1950s are documented in the assorted maritime union publications, the subject series file "Tonnsina", and a draft by an unknown author of an open letter to SUP members in "Speeches and Writings."

Files generated by Maloney, John Mahoney and others are collectively grouped as the Mahoney Defense Committee subgroup. These materials, which date from the late 1940's to the middle of the 1950s, document the expulsion of Mahoney and his supporters from the SUP and their legal fight to win reinstatement. Among the publications are issues of The Defender , the voice of the Mahoney Defense Committee, and the West Coast Sailors Journal , the paper of the SUP rank and file. The "Case Files" series appears to have been generated by the attorneys handling the suits of the expelled seamen. "Manuscripts of Frank Lovell" includes the history of the Mahoney Beef. The John Mahoney Papers are Mahoney's files that do not relate to the Mahoney Beef, but are related to his work as an SUP patrolman.

The International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU) subgroup is comprised largely of material dating from 1970 and earlier, i.e., prior to his election as Local 19 president. However, for certain series the subgroup contains materials from later time periods to simplify access to them. Agreements, caucus and convention files, ILWU financial reports and Local 19's newsletter, The Hook , for all dates can be found in this subgroup. (It should be noted that there are many gaps, sometimes of several years, in the issuance of The Hook .) Also included in this subgroup are the bound volumes of handwritten minutes of Local 19 from 1941-1946 and 1955-1984 that were found among Maloney's papers.

These materials document Maloney's growing influence in the ILWU. The major correspondent is Martin Jugum, president of Local 19 in the mid-1960s, to whom Maloney suggests courses of action for dealing with the waterfront employers. The Penalty Cargo Subcommittee and Safety Subcommittee subgroups contain materials from his service on these committees in 1967-1968. These committees were charged with negotiating changes in safety rules and rates for penalty cargo.

The government's anti-Communist campaigns in decades following World War II are also recalled. Evidence of the attempt to purge the waterfront of leftists can be found in the "Subject Series" file on Screening. Internal union conflict against this backdrop is documented in the "Transcripts" series, which covers the union trial of an ILWU Local 3 official.

ILWU Local 19 subgroup consists of files created during Maloney's five years as local president. The "General Correspondence," "Minutes," and "Subject Series" files, which retain Maloney's own folder headings, provide a glimpse of the day-to-day operations of the local, as well as the union's response to changes in the industry confronting the union. Documentation of the 1971 coast-wide strike can be found throughout this subgroup. Among the newsletters are strike bulletins from Local 19 and other locals. News articles on the strike are included among the clippings. Minutes of the Joint Local Negotiating Committee relate the progress of negotiations. Files regarding "9.43," the section of the contract dealing with steady men, can be found in "Negotiations" and "Subject Series." Pacific Maritime Association's suit against Local 19 is documented in the "Court Papers" and "Transcripts" files.

The Post-Retirement ILWU subgroup documents Maloney's continuing influence within the union after his retirement in 1976 up until the year before his death. The materials consist largely of photocopies of letters to and from ILWU local and international officials (identified as "Outgoing Letters"), minutes of various longshoremen's meetings, and Maloney's drafts of correspondence and statements which he wrote for his political allies within Local 19. This subgroup also contains a large number of files identified as "Notes." Many of these files include the contents of spiral-bound notebooks in which Maloney used in the last years of his life to write recollections or drafts of letters.

The "Subject Series" files include materials on issues to which Maloney directed his energies post-retirement. They included the issues of the dispatching of casual foremen, Liverpool dockworkers' strike, and the reinstatement of Burt Nelson, a member of Local 19 who was expelled for his political views. On the issues of pension benefits ("SPD/Pension History") and the grievance of Local 19 officials Pat Vukich and Wayne Erickson ("G.P. 1372"), Maloney, in addition to drafting correspondence and statements, collected supporting material that he collated into packets of "evidence."

The Rose Mary Meecham Gordon subgroup consists of seven microcassette tapes and transcripts of interviews with Maloney conducted by Gordon in 1999. In all, Gordon conducted ten interviews. The transcripts include notes of the interviews which were not tape-recorded. The bracketed numbers in the transcripts correspond to locations on the respective microcassette tape. In the interviews Maloney discusses his experiences with the Wobblies, the events leading to the 1934 Teamsters strike, and the battles among the West Coast maritime unions. Also included are the transcripts from an oral history interview of Maloney and his half-brother Don Severson conducted in 1988 by Sal Salerno as part of a project documenting 20th-century radicalism in Minnesota. Maloney discusses working conditions for unskilled laborers in the 1920s, the 1934 Teamsters Strike in Minneapolis, and his union associates from that period. The tabs indicate topics which are covered in Gordon's interviews and stem from her efforts to reconcile inconsistencies between these two sets of interviews and other sources.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

Listen to select interviews from this collection on the Libraries Digital Collections site.

Restrictions on Use

Literary rights to the Shaun Maloney papers have been transferred to the University of Washington.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 5255-001: Shaun Maloney papers, 1932-2000Return to Top

35.08 cu. ft. (37 units); 261 sound cassette tapes; 10 videocassettes (VHS); 1 sound tape reel; 7 sound cassette tapes (microcassettes)

Scope and Content: Correspondence, minutes, speeches and writings, ephemera, publications, photographs, tape recorded interviews and interview transcripts, video tapes, clippings, and numerous other materials resulting from his friendships with other labor activists; 1932-2000. Includes records of his various union affiliations, including the Teamsters, 1947-1996; Sailors Union Of The Pacific, 1935-1955; International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union, 1937-1998; and International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union Local 19, 1962-1975 (bulk).

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use: Shaun Maloney's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries. Rose Mary Gordon's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Estate of Shaun Maloney c/o Dallas Delay, Seattle, Washington.

Container(s) Description Dates
Personal Papers
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-3 5255-001
Biographical Features
1942, 2000
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/4 5255-001
Abella, Ampora "Maria"
1949-1950
1/5 5255-001
Almeida, Arthur and Irene
1965, 1973-1997, n.d.
1/6 5255-001
Anderson, James E. and Dee
1953-1955, n.d.
1/7 5255-001
Bailey, Bill and Michael
1989, 1995, n.d.
1/8 5255-001
Barbara, Frank
1957
1/9 5255-001
Bayspoole, Sam
1950, 1980-1984
1/10 5255-001
Bogle and Gates
1959, 1985
1/11 5255-001
Bowen, Jim B.
1965
1/12 5255-001
Breitman, George and Dorothea
1980-1982, 1989, n.d.
1/13 5255-001
Brodsky, Arthur
1953, 1962
1/14 5255-001
Brown, Archie
1974-1977, 1989, n.d.
1/15 5255-001
Brown, Robert J.
1982
1/16 5255-001
Bull, Tas and Carmen
1974
1/17 5255-001
Burke, Eddie
1995, n.d.
1/18 5255-001
Burton, Leigh
1973-1974
1/19 5255-001
Business Service Checklist
1956-1957
1/20 5255-001
Butler, Lester
1951
1/21 5255-001
Carlson, Gilbert
1940-1942
1/22 5255-001
Carpenter, Earl and Nettie
1942-1945
1/23 5255-001
Casey, Robert (Bob)
1960
1/24 5255-001
Castle, Del
1997
1/25 5255-001
Caughlin, John
1985
1/26 5255-001
Chan, Betty
1949-1951
1/27-29 5255-001
Christian, Richard J.
1947-1962, 1986, n.d.
1/30 5255-001
Coleman, Carl A.
1964, n.d.
1/31 5255-001
Connelly, Pat
1965
1/32 5255-001
Conway, Steve
ca. 1986
1/33 5255-001
Coover, Oscar
1943
1/34-35 5255-001
Cote, Phillip and Marie
1959-1982, n.d.
1/36 5255-001
Cummins, Dick
1965
1/37 5255-001
Curcio, Jim
1962
1/38-42 5255-001
Davenport, Harry T.
1953-1984, n.d.
1/43 5255-001
Dean, C.W.
1978
1/44 5255-001
Dean, James
1986
1/45 5255-001
DeBoer, Harry and Pauline
1962-1992
1/46 5255-001
DeGraff, John
1981
1/47 5255-001
Delay, Dallas
1980-1998, n.d.
1/48 5255-001
DeMarco, Donald (Tony)
1949, 1965, n.d.
1/49-56 5255-001
Dobbs, Farrell
1941-1980, n.d.
1/57-58 5255-001
Dobbs, Marvel
1944-1969
1/59 5255-001
Dobbs, Sharon, Carol and Mary Lou
n.d.
1/60 5255-001
Doerr, Augusta (Dolly)
1968-1980, n.d.
1/61 5255-001
Door, Kenneth
1965
1/62 5255-001
Downs, Larry
1963, 1983
1/63 5255-001
Duggan, Bob
1985, n.d.
2/1 5255-001
Dunne, Miles
1941
2/2 5255-001
Dunne, V.R. "Ray"
1957, 1962
2/3 5255-001
Ede, Everett
1970
2/4 5255-001
Edwards, Herb M.
1972
2/5 5255-001
Engels
1997
2/6 5255-001
Esquire magazine
1978
2/7 5255-001
Evergreen State College. Labor Center
1991-1994, n.d.
2/8 5255-001
Fairbanks, Pete
1972, n.d.
2/9 5255-001
Frechin, Douglas and Karen
1994-1996
2/10 5255-001
Frosig, George
1938-1949
2/11 5255-001
Furst, Gillian
1984-1994
2/12 5255-001
Gagnon, Dorothy
1964-1965
2/13 5255-001
Gano, Judy
1963-1964
2/14 5255-001
General Drivers, Helpers and Insider Workers Union, Local No. 544
1942-1947
2/15 5255-001
Gerschon, Perry
1950-1951
2/16 5255-001
Glass, Patti
General Notes: See also Weinreich, Patti.
1966-1992, n.d.
2/17 5255-001
Glynn, Huey
1959-1965
2/18 5255-001
Good, Laurel
1948-1955, 1996
2/19 5255-001
Gorton, Slade
1984-1986
2/20 5255-001
Gratz, Louisa
1997
2/21 5255-001
Groves, Gale C.
1952-1953, n.d.
2/22 5255-001
Gundlach, Jean
1958, 1996, n.d.
2/23 5255-001
Gundlud, Sean
1987
2/24 5255-001
Hamel, Clarence
1942-1943
2/25 5255-001
Hansen, Inez and Emil
1958-1964, n.d.
2/26-29 5255-001
Harer, Asher
1956-1998, n.d.
2/30 5255-001
Hasegawa, Bob (and Committee to Re-elect Bob Hasegawa)
1989, 1994
2/31 5255-001
Heatlie, Dave and Jody
1965-1969
2/32 5255-001
Hesiler, Francis
1956
2/33 5255-001
Heyman, Jack
1987-1997, n.d.
2/34 5255-001
Hicks, Ed
1980
2/35 5255-001
Hoffa, James R.
1965-1966
2/36 5255-001
Holland, Ed
1966
2/37 5255-001
Holler, John
1980-1988, n.d.
2/38 5255-001
Honey, Michael
1991
2/39 5255-001
Hopkins, Pat and Mark
1965-1997, n.d.
2/40 5255-001
Hudson, Carlos
1939, 1943
2/41 5255-001
ILWU-PMA Benefit Plans
1976-1998
2/42 5255-001
Jackson, Henry M.
1946
2/43 5255-001
James, Ralph C. ("Professor James")
1963-1966
2/44 5255-001
Jarman Shoe Company
1977
2/45 5255-001
Jarrett, Sid
1942, 1945
2/46 5255-001
Jeffreys, Fritz
1949
2/47 5255-001
Johnson, Blaine
1991-1995, n.d.
2/48 5255-001
Johnson, Roy W. "Bacon"
1964-1965
2/49 5255-001
Johnston, Curt
1965-1966
2/50 5255-001
Jones, Everett "Red"
1967
2/51 5255-001
Kawamura, Michi
1964
2/52 5255-001
Kerry, Karolyn and Tom
1966
2/53 5255-001
Kiernan, Jim
1978-1979, n.d.
2/54 5255-001
Kindred, Steve
1980
2/55 5255-001
Kramer, Shelley
1979
2/56-57 5255-001
Krieger, Bruce
1970-1998, n.d.
2/58 5255-001
Labor Center Advisory Committee
1991
2/59 5255-001
Lacey, William J.
1956, 1996
2/60 5255-001
Lelli, Philip
n.d.
2/61 5255-001
Leonard, Tom
1965
2/62 5255-001
Love, M.G.
1943
2/63-68 5255-001
Lovell, Frank
1950-1997
2/69 5255-001
Lovell, Joan
1998
2/70 5255-001
Lozoski, Paul
1945-1949
2/71-72 5255-001
Lozoski, Walter
1952-1966
2/73 5255-001
Lucio, Tony
1952-1954
2/74 5255-001
Mack, Charles, Jr. "Sonny"
1998, n.d.
2/75 5255-001
Mack, Margaret "Marge" and Charles, Sr.
1941, 1961
2/76 5255-001
Mack, Midge
1997
2/77 5255-001
Magden, Ron
1993
3/1-3 5255-001
Mahoney, John
1935-1996
3/4 5255-001
Mattingly, Bob
1992-1994
3/5 5255-001
Mayo Clinic
1956-1958
3/6 5255-001
McKenzie, Gladys
1996-1997
3/7 5255-001
Miller, Gwen
1957-1990, n.d.
3/8-16 5255-001
Miller, Louis "Lou"
1942-1979
3/17 5255-001
Miller, Louis Jr. "Tony"
1957, 1991
3/18 5255-001
Miller, Marvel Kummer
1957-1966, 1980
3/19 5255-001
Mills, Herb
1975-1998, n.d.
3/20 5255-001
Mink, Art
1965, n.d.
3/21 5255-001
Moork, Dick
1963-1995, n.d.
3/22 5255-001
Moreau, Larry
1974-1975
3/23 5255-001
Morgan, Robert W. and family
1949-1950
3/24 5255-001
Murname, Francis
1966-1968
3/25-27 5255-001
Murray, Robert "Bob"
1975-1993, n.d.
3/28 5255-001
National Organization of Master Mates and Pilots of America
1946, n.d.
3/29 5255-001
Nelson, Burt
1972-1983
3/30 5255-001
New York City Central Labor Council. Shorter Work Week and Automation Committee
1962
3/31 5255-001
Newton, Sharon Weinreich
1964-1969, n.d.
3/32 5255-001
Norton, James
1991-1992, n.d.
3/33 5255-001
Oster, Harry
1946-1955. n.d.
3/34 5255-001
Otis, John
1951-1952
3/35 5255-001
Pacific Maritime Association
1962
3/36-37 5255-001
Paff, Eugene
1950-1962, n.d.
3/38 5255-001
Palmquist, Rose
1975-1996, n.d.
3/39 5255-001
Palomino Lopez, Angel
1975-1976
3/40 5255-001
Parker, Harry
1950-1952
3/41 5255-001
Phillips, Diane
1984-1985
3/42 5255-001
Pioneer Publishers
1950-1965
3/43 5255-001
Piper, Frank
1951-1952
3/44 5255-001
Poth, Philip
1944-1955
3/45 5255-001
Rachleff, Peter
1993, n.d.
3/46-47 5255-001
Ransome, John "Sarge"
1961-1985, n.d.
3/48-50 5255-001
Riehle, Dave
1985-1998, n.d.
4/1 5255-001
Rohrscheib, Luke and Louise
1982, 1996, n.d.
4/2 5255-001
Rooke, Rob
1987-1990
4/3-6 5255-001
Roseland, Bernice
1942-1947,n.d.
4/7 5255-001
Rosenberg, Sam
1984, 1996
4/8 5255-001
Rousch, M.E. "Rusty" and Ma
1941-1966
4/9 5255-001
Rubio, Rudy
1982-1985, n.d.
4/10 5255-001
Russel, Alfred "Greek"
1943-1975
4/11 5255-001
Scholl, Clifford
1962, 1965
4/12 5255-001
Scholl, Reuben
1943
4/13-14 5255-001
Schroeter, Leonard
1960-1973, 1998, n.d
4/15 5255-001
Selloria, Priscilla "Sally"
1949-1958
4/16-17 5255-001
Severson, Donald
1939-1996, n.d.
4/18 5255-001
Severson, Donald, family
1944-1964, n.d.
4/19 5255-001
Severson, Donna
1975-1997
4/20 5255-001
Severson, Elizabeth "Betty"
1940-1969
4/21-22 5255-001
Severson, James "Jim"
1936-1983
4/23 5255-001
Severson, Katherine
1941-1952
4/24 5255-001
Severson, Ole
1946-1948
4/25 5255-001
Shaw, Rita
1984-1988, n.d.
4/26 5255-001
Sholl, Michele "Micki" (Severson)
1950-1994, n.d.
4/27 5255-001
Sholl, Wendy
1982-1985, n.d.
4/28 5255-001
Skoglund, Carl
1954, 1960
4/29 5255-001
Slater, W.K.
n.d.
4/30 5255-001
Snyder, Fred "Fritz"
1965-1973, 1991
4/31 5255-001
Souza, Ralph
1966-1998
4/32 5255-001
Sparrow, Ray
1956-1965
4/33 5255-001
Stiles, Warren
1950
4/34 5255-001
Synestby, Helen
1944-1964, n.d.
4/35 5255-001
Synestby, Jane, Kristi, and Ruby
1944-1964, n.d.
4/36 5255-001
Takeda, Nobuko
1949-1950
4/37 5255-001
Tarcliff, Hank and Georgia
1948, 1974-1975
4/38 5255-001
Teamsters for a Democratic Union
1989-1995
4/39 5255-001
Trainor, Larry and Gustie
1945-1997
4/40 5255-001
Turtletaub, Carole
1969
4/41 5255-001
UAW-CIO, Ford Local 600
4/42 5255-001
U.S. Coast Guard
1951-1954, n.d.
4/43 5255-001
U.S. Justice Department
1946
4/44 5255-001
U.S. Labor Department
1953, 1964
4/45 5255-001
U.S. War Shipping Administration
1943
4/46 5255-001
Uran, Don
1948-1953
4/47 5255-001
Uran, Marshall
1992-1997
4/48 5255-001
Valenzuela, Al
n.d.
4/49 5255-001
Vukich, Pat
1988, 1995, n.d.
4/50 5255-001
Walthew, John
1950-1953
4/51 5255-001
Ward, Robert
1964
4/52 5255-001
Weinreich, Alfred Jr., Sharon, and family
1956-1964
4/53-54 5255-001
Weinreich, Dorothy
1952-1997, n.d.
4/55 5255-001
Weinreich, Hugh
1964
4/56 5255-001
Weinreich, Michael
1964
4/57 5255-001
Weinreich, Patti
4/58 5255-001
Weinreich, Robert
1964, 1985, n.d.
5/1 5255-001
Weinreich, Sharon
General Notes: See also Newton, Sharon.
1959-1964, n.d.
5/2 5255-001
Weinreich, Susie
1964
5/3 5255-001
Weinreich, Theodore
1963
5/4 5255-001
Weir, Stan
1985-1994
5/5 5255-001
Williams, David
1961
5/6 5255-001
Windoffer, Melba
1971-1986
5/7 5255-001
Wing, Larry
1970-1982, n.d.
5/8 5255-001
Wirth, John "Jack" and Genevieve
1948-1984
5/9 5255-001
Wooding, Kenneth
1961
5/10-11 5255-001
Yamamoto, Yoshiko "June"
1949-1957, n.d.
5/12 5255-001
Zeiger, Bernard
1969, 1974
5/13 5255-001
Zehnder, Cindy
1982-1986
5/14 5255-001
Miscellaneous A
1944-1997, n.d.
5/15 5255-001
B
1953-1992, n.d.
5/16 5255-001
C
1940-1998, n.d.
5/17 5255-001
D
1944-1994
5/18 5255-001
E
1968-1984
5/19 5255-001
G
1962-1982, n.d.
5/20 5255-001
H
1948-1992, n.d.
5/21 5255-001
I
1947-1998
5/22 5255-001
J
1938-1991
5/23 5255-001
K
1965-1997, n.d.
5/24 5255-001
L
1953-1995, n.d.
5/25 5255-001
M
1951-1998, n.d.
5/26 5255-001
N
1961-1993, n.d.
5/27 5255-001
O
1948-1991, n.d.
5/28 5255-001
P
1961-1993, n.d.
5/29 5255-001
R
1950-1988, n.d.
5/30 5255-001
Sa-Se
1942-1995, n.d.
5/31 5255-001
Sh-Su
1938-1994, n.d.
5/32 5255-001
T
1947-1984, n.d.
5/33 5255-001
U
1948-1996, n.d.
5/34 5255-001
V
1966, n.d.
5/35 5255-001
W
1951-1996, n.d.
5/36 5255-001
Y
1951, 1981, n.d.
5/37 5255-001
First name only
1946-1995, n.d.
5/38 5255-001
Recipient unknown
1978-1996, n.d.
5/39 5255-001
Sender unknown
n.d.
5/40 5255-001
Davenport Small Claims
1980
5/41 5255-001
Travelers Insurance Co.
1954
5/42 5255-001
Re: Elizabeth Severson
1969
Box/Folder Accession
5/43-51 5255-001
Financial Records
1942-1956, 1995, n.d.
5/52-57 5255-001
Medical Records
1939-1987, n.d.
5/58 5255-001
Transcripts (of Interviews)
1987
Transcripts (of Interviews) with Others
Box/Folder Accession
5/59 5255-001
Dobbs, Farrell
1976
5/60 5255-001
Godfredson, Svend
1976, 1986
5/61 5255-001
Welch, Robert
1961
Box/Folder Accession
5/62 5255-001
Logs
1939
Court Papers
Box/Folder Accession
5/63 5255-001
Schneider v. Roland & U.S.C.G.
1967
5/64 5255-001
Stark v. Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction
1975-1976
5/65 5255-001
McCracken v. Babcock & Wilcox
1977
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
5/66 5255-001
"A Tribute: Farrell Dobbs and Marvel Scholl"
1984
5/67 5255-001
"Jack Wirth, 1930s Teamster Organizer"
1978
5/68 5255-001
"The 1934 Strikes and What Needs To Be Done Today"
1994
5/69 5255-001
Miscellaneous Tributes
1984
Speeches and Writings of Others
Box/Folder Accession
6/1 5255-001
Almeida, Art
1984, 1992
6/2 5255-001
Arneson, Eric
1987
6/3 5255-001
Dembo, Jonathan
1986
6/4-5 5255-001
Dobbs, Farrell
1963-1979, n.d.
6/6 5255-001
Expelled SWP Members
1982-1983
6/7 5255-001
Fraser, Clara
1972
box:oversize
34 5255-001
Goodman, Irvin and John Caughlan
1950
Box/Folder
6/8 5255-001
Harer, Asher
1993
6/9 5255-001
Kling, Howard
1996
6/10 5255-001
Lang, Frederick [i.e., Frank Lovell]
1943
6/11-12 5255-001
Lovell, Frank
1973-1997, n.d.
6/13 5255-001
McCloud, Janet
1978
6/14 5255-001
Moody, Kim
n.d.
6/15 5255-001
Rachleff, Peter
1986, 1991-1996
6/16 5255-001
Redfield, Sandra
1984
6/17 5255-001
Riehle, David
1992-1994
6/18 5255-001
Schlossberg, Stephen
1994
6/19 5255-001
Walker, Charles
1985, 1994-1996
6/20 5255-001
Weir, Stan
1985-1986
6/21 5255-001
Wells and Stodder
n.d.
6/22 5255-001
Yeghissian, Patricia
1975-1978
6/23 5255-001
Miscellaneous and Unknown Authors
1974-1996, n.d.
Manuscripts of Others
Box/Folder Accession
6/24-31 5255-001
Dobbs, Farrell
1972-1979
6/32-33 5255-001
Magden, Ron
1991
6/34 5255-001
Unknown
n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
6/35 5255-001
Conference and Convention Files
1995
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
6/36 5255-001
BRAC
1981
6/37 5255-001
Boycott
1991, n.d.
6/38 5255-001
Centralia Mural Project
General Notes: Includes oversized poster.
1997
6/39 5255-001
Convoy to Russia
1992, n.d.
7/1 5255-001
Cuba/Castro
1960-1963
7/2 5255-001
Davis Tour
1958
7/3 5255-001
El Salvador
1981
7/4 5255-001
Grain Belt
1975
7/5 5255-001
Hoffa Film
1992
7/6 5255-001
Impeachment
1973-1974
7/7 5255-001
Ind[ependent] Soc[ialist] Data
1958
7/8 5255-001
IWW Songs
n.d.
7/9 5255-001
Initiative 394
1981, n.d.
7/10-11 5255-001
John's [i.e., John Mahoney's] case
1957-1961, n.d.
7/12 5255-001
Lori Lakshas
1976
7/13 5255-001
Mahoney v. State of Alaska
1975-1978
7/14 5255-001
Maloney v. ESD
1952-1956
7/15 5255-001
Maloney v. Johnson Line
1953-1957
7/16-20 5255-001
Maloney v. PMA
1977-1979
7/21 5255-001
NMU Manning
1952
7/22 5255-001
Public Health Care Coalition
1971
7/23 5255-001
P-9
1986-1987, n.d.
7/24 5255-001
SWP v. FBI
1950, 1981
7/25 5255-001
SWP-related Matters
1948-1963, n.d.
7/26 5255-001
U. Com
1950-1955
7/27 5255-001
Washington State Labor Council
1996
Clippings
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
7/40 5255-001
Against the Current; Atwesasne Notes
7/41 5255-001
American Labor
1983-1986
7/42 5255-001
American Socialist
1955-1959
7/43-44 5255-001
Bulletin in Defense of Marxism
1984-1991
7/45 5255-001
Bulletin of International Socialism
1964-1966
7/46 5255-001
Bulletin of the Open World Conference for the World Workers International
1991
7/47 5255-001
Convergence
1982-1984
7/48 5255-001
Dissent
1961-1962
8/1 5255-001
Dollars and Sense
1977-1987
8/2 5255-001
Forum; Fact
1966, 1983
8/3 5255-001
Freedom Socialists
1981, 1984, 1991
8/4 5255-001
Guardian, The
1983
8/5 5255-001
Honduras; Independent Political News
1984, 1998
8/6 5255-001
Industrial Worker
1974-1983
8/7 5255-001
Internal Information Bulletin
1952, 1964, 1989
8/8 5255-001
International Socialist Review
1983
8/9 5255-001
LPON Newsletter
1992-1993
8/10 5255-001
Labor Education & Research Project Publications
1979, n.d.
8/11-12 5255-001
Labor Notes
1980-1998
8/13 5255-001
Labor's Voice
1996-1998
8/14 5255-001
El Malcrido
1970-1973
8/15 5255-001
Michigan Militant
1960-1961
8/16 5255-001
Militant
1956-1996
8/17 5255-001
Mill Hunk Herald
1985-1986
8/18 5255-001
Organizer
1991, 1996
box:oversize
34 5255-001
Official Year Book of Organized Labor
1932
Box/Folder
8/19 5255-001
Pacific Peacemaker
1984
8/20 5255-001
Peoples World
1985-1997
8/21 5255-001
Pioneer Publishers Publications
1947-1957, n.d.
8/22 5255-001
Radical Women Publications
1973-1980
8/23 5255-001
SWP Discussion Bulletin
1963
8/24 5255-001
Solidarity Organizing Committee
1991-1995
8/25 5255-001
UAW Solidarity
1962
8/26 5255-001
Union Advocate
1996-1998
8/27 5255-001
United Irishman
1975
8/28 5255-001
United World Organizer
1978
8B 5255-001
West Coast Sailors
1950-1997 (incomplete)
8/29 5255-001
U.S. Department of Labor Publications
1956-1968
8/30-39 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1957-1997, n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
8/40 5255-001
Pamphlets
1986, n.d.
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
8/41 5255-001
Bulletin of Citizen's Emergency Committee for Kerbiozen
1961
8/42 5255-001
Irish Republican Movement
1973
8/43 5255-001
Sanity Now
1973
8/44 5255-001
Politics for Workers
1977
8/45 5255-001
Committee for Justice for Domingo and Viernes
1981-1982
8/46 5255-001
Women in the Workforce
1983
Box/Folder Accession
8/47-50 5255-001
Flyers
1949-1998, n.d.
8/51 5255-001
Maps
n.d.
8/52 5255-001
Calenders
1969-1988
9/1 5255-001
Business Cards
n.d.
9/2-4 5255-001
Notes
1996, n.d.
9/5-9 5255-001
Photographs
1933-1996, n.d.
box:oversize
33 5255-001
Photographs
n.d.
Box/Folder
9/10-12 5255-001
Ephemera
American Civil Liberties Union. Southern California Branch
Box/Folder Accession
9/13 5255-001
General Correspondence
1950-1953
9/14-15 5255-001
Newsletters
1950-1952
Box/Folder Accession
9/16 5255-001
Irish Heritage Club
1985-1987
Labor Party Advocate
Box/Folder Accession
9/17 5255-001
General Correspondence
1992-1996, n.d.
9/18 5255-001
Miscellany
1992-1996, n.d.
9/19-20 5255-001
Publications
1992-1997
Box/Folder Accession
9/21-22 5255-001
Marine Workers Historical Association
1993-1999
9/23 5255-001
Northwest Committee Against Repressive Legislation
1967, 1972
9/24 5255-001
Pacific Coast Maritime History Committee
1995-1997
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America
Box/Folder Accession
9/25-28 5255-001
Organizational Features
1947-1994, n.d.
9/29 5255-001
General Correspondence
1991-1996
Outgoing Letters (of Others)
Box/Folder Accession
9/30 5255-001
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
1993-1994
9/31 5255-001
Teamsters for a Democratic Union
1993
9/32 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1978-1994
Box/Folder Accession
9/33-35 5255-001
Agreements
1970-1994, n.d.
9/36 5255-001
Resolutions
n.d.
9/37-41 5255-001
Reports
1961-1996
Speeches and Writings (of Others)
Box/Folder Accession
9/42 5255-001
Benson, Herman
1992
9/43 5255-001
Hammer, Richard
1974
9/44 5255-001
Hitts, Brian
n.d.
9/45 5255-001
James, Ralph and Estelle
1963
9/46 5255-001
Leiter, Robert
1957
9/47 5255-001
Lens, Sidney
1956
9/48 5255-001
Walker, Charles
1994
9/49 5255-001
Williams, Tony and Martinez, Selvio
n.d.
9/50 5255-001
Memoranda
1978
Box/Folder Accession
9/51 5255-001
Campaign Material
1983
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
9/52-53 5255-001
Convoy Dispatch
1981-1995
9/54 5255-001
Highway Evangelist
1975
9/55 5255-001
History of the Western Conference of Teamsters
n.d.
9/56 5255-001
Local 174 Teamsters Times
1992-1998
9/57 5255-001
Prod Dispatch
1978
9/58 5255-001
TDU-10 Years and Going Strong
1985
9/59 5255-001
Cleaning Up Our Union, Building Teamster Clout
1995
9/60 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1953-1964
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
9/61 5255-001
TDU
1983-1994
9/62 5255-001
TDU Evergreen Chapter
1988-1996
9/63 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1994-1995
Box/Folder Accession
9/64 5255-001
Press Releases
1994
9/65 5255-001
Conferences and Conventions
1994
9/66 5255-001
Training Material
n.d.
9/67-69 5255-001
Flyers
1972-1996, n.d.
9/70-72 5255-001
Notes
1994, n.d.
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
9/73 5255-001
174 Election
Sept. 1994
9/74 5255-001
174 Election
Nov.-Dec. 1994
9/75 5255-001
Container Rider
1981
9/76 5255-001
NW Transport
1993
Box/Folder Accession
10/1-2 5255-001
Miscellany
1993-1994, n.d.
10/3-7 5255-001
Clippings
1962-1994, n.d.
Sailors Union of the Pacific
Box/Folder Accession
10/8 5255-001
Organizational Features
n.d.
10/9 5255-001
General Correspondence
1946-1951
10/10 5255-001
General Correspondence of Others
1948
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
10/11 5255-001
Special Committee
1946
10/12 5255-001
Northwest Committee for Maritime Unity
1946
10/13 5255-001
National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards. Seattle
1952
Box/Folder Accession
10/14-16 5255-001
Agreements
1941-1953
10/17-18 5255-001
Rules and Regulations
1945, n.d.
10/19 5255-001
Financial Records
1942-1945
10/20 5255-001
Bulletins
1948-1949
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
10/21 5255-001
Black Gang News
1951-1955
10/22 5255-001
Canadian Sailor
1950
10/23 5255-001
Harbor
10/24 5255-001
Marine Engineer
1952
10/25 5255-001
Marine Fireman
1949-1952
10/26 5255-001
MCS Voice
1952
10/27 5255-001
Seafarer's Log
1949, 1952
10/28 5255-001
Sextant
1955
box:oversize
34 5255-001
Seamen's Journal
1936
Box/Folder
10/29 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1941-1953, n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
10/30 5255-001
Legislation
1935, 1947
10/31 5255-001
Hatch Book - Alaska Steamship Co.
n.d.
10/32 5255-001
Speeches and Writings
1945
10/33 5255-001
Speeches and Writings-Author Unknown
1946
10/34 5255-001
Notes
1948
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
10/35 5255-001
AB Seaman Questionnaire
n.d.
10/36 5255-001
Addresses of Note
n.d.
10/37 5255-001
H.Q.
1944, n.d.
10/38 5255-001
Island Mail-India Voyage #1
1949-1950
10/39 5255-001
Tonnsina, etc
1953-1955
10/40 5255-001
Marine News and Information
1945, n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
10/41-43 5255-001
Miscellany
1942-1952, n.d.
10/44 5255-001
Ephemera
1948, n.d.
Mahoney (John) Defense Committee
Box/Folder Accession
10/45 5255-001
General Correspondence of John Mahoney
1949-1952
10/46 5255-001
General Correspondence of Others
1946-1951
10/47-51 5255-001
Minutes
1948-1950, n.d.
10/52-56 5255-001
Reports
1948-1949
10/57-59 5255-001
Court Papers
1950-1954, n.d.
10/60 5255-001
Resolutions
1949, n.d.
10/61 5255-001
Petitions
1949
10/62 5255-001
Statements of John Mahoney
1949, n.d.
10/63 5255-001
Union Book of Joe Mattsen
1950
10/64 5255-001
Financial Records
1949-1950, n.d.
10/65-66 5255-001
Lists
n.d.
10/67 5255-001
Indices - West Coast Sailors
n.d.
10/68-69 5255-001
Manuscripts of Frank Lovell
n.d.
10/70 5255-001
Notes of John Mahoney
n.d.
10/71-72 5255-001
Publications
1949-1952
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
10/73 5255-001
M/V Mail-Crew Expelled
1949-1953
10/74 5255-001
Canadian Seamen's Union 1949 Strike
1949
10/75 5255-001
Wage Agreements
n.d.
10/76 5255-001
Wage Agreements
n.d.
10/77 5255-001
Wage Schedules and Computations
n.d.
10/78 5255-001
West Coast Sailor Index
n.d.
Case Files
Box/Folder Accession
10/79 5255-001
Mahoney v. SUP
1949-1952
11/1-26 5255-001
Mahoney v. SUP
1951-1954
11/27 5255-001
Butler, Lester
1950
11/28 5255-001
Coombs, Norman
n.d.
11/29 5255-001
Davenport v. SUP
1952, n.d.
11/30-35 5255-001
Flindt et al. v. SUP
1948-1955
11/36 5255-001
Gillard v. SUP
1949
11/37 5255-001
Kolence et al. v. SUP
1952
11/38 5255-001
Kongele, Ben
1949, n.d.
11/39 5255-001
Kongele v. SUP
1950-1952, n.d.
11/40 5255-001
Maloney et al. v. SUP
1949-1951
11/41 5255-001
McDonough et al. v. SUP
1949-1950
11/42 5255-001
Paff v. Dombroff
1949
11/43 5255-001
SUP v. Lovell et al.
1949-1951
11/44 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1948-1954, n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
12/1-2 5255-001
Clippings
1949-1955
John Mahoney Papers
Box/Folder Accession
12/3 5255-001
General Correspondence
1946-1952, 1962
12/4 5255-001
Outgoing Letters of SUP
1948, 1952
12/5 5255-001
Intra-organizational Correspondence of SUP
1947-1953
12/6 5255-001
Minutes - Sailor's Union of the Pacific. Seattle
1947
12/7-9 5255-001
Reports
1946-1952, n.d.
12/10-11 5255-001
Writings
1947, 1955
12/12 5255-001
Statements
1948
12/13 5255-001
Forms
n.d.
12/14 5255-001
Agreements
1946-1952
12/15 5255-001
Resolutions
1952
12/16-20 5255-001
Bulletins
1946-1956, n.d.
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
12/21 5255-001
West Coast Sailors
1952-1953
12/22 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1952-1955, n.d.
box:oversize
34 5255-001
Maclean's
1955
Box/Folder Accession
12/23 5255-001
Lists
1954
12/24 5255-001
Subject Series - Mahoney v. PMA
1962
12/25 5255-001
Applications
1940
12/26-27 5255-001
Miscellany
1951-1956
12/28 5255-001
Ephemera
1952-1953, n.d.
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU)
Box/Folder Accession
12/29 5255-001
Organizational Features
n.d.
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
12/30-31 5255-001
Fisher Flouring Mills Co.
1962, 1967-1968
12/32 5255-001
Jugum, Martin
1953-1966
12/33 5255-001
ILWU Local 13 Velasquez
1965
12/34 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Welfare Officer
1963
12/35 5255-001
Vacations
1965
12/36 5255-001
Willows Case
1967
Box/Folder Accession
12/37 5255-001
General Correspondence of Local 19
1965-1967
Outgoing Letters of Others
Box/Folder Accession
12/38 5255-001
ILWU
1962-1968
12/39 5255-001
PMA
1953
Box/Folder Accession
12/40 5255-001
Draft Correspondence of Others
1961
12/41 5255-001
Memoranda
1961
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
13 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Minute Books
1941-1946, 1955-1984
12/42 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Executive Board
1970
12/43 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Membership
1968-1970
12/44 5255-001
ILWU International Executive Board
1966
12/45 5255-001
Conference of Arbitrators
1968-1969
12/46 5255-001
Joint Longshore Labor Relations Committee, Los Angeles - Long Beach
1967
12/47 5255-001
Pensioners
1968
Box/Folder Accession
12/48 5255-001
Indices to Coast Labor Relations Committee Minutes
1965
Agreements
Box/Folder Accession
12/49 5255-001
Coastwide Rules
1984
12/50 5255-001
Foremen's Agreement
1950
12/51 5255-001
ILWU/International Association of Machinists
n.d.
12/52-75 5255-001
ILWU/PMA
1951-1996
12/76 5255-001
ILWU/Western Conference of Teamsters
1961
12/77 5255-001
ILWU/Seattle Stevedoring Co.
1975
12/78 5255-001
ILWU/Northland Marine Lines
1976
12/79 5255-001
ILWU Canadian Area/B.C. Maritime Employers
1973
12/80 5255-001
ILWU Local 19/OEPEIU Local 8
1987, 1996
12/81-83 5255-001
ILWU Local 19/PMA
1975-1998
12/84 5255-001
ILWU Local 19/Port of Seattle
1968-1997
12/85 5255-001
ILWU Local 19/Drummond Lighterage
1966
12/86 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Miscellaneous
1997, n.d.
12/87 5255-001
ILWU Various Locals
1967-1996, n.d.
12/88 5255-001
New York Longshore and Dock Agreement
1954, 1957
12/89 5255-001
Sublease-Foss Alaska
1986
14/1 5255-001
Toyota Auto Contract
1971
14/2-7 5255-001
Working and Dispatch Rules
1952-1988
Box/Folder Accession
14/8-17 5255-001
Financial Reports
1966-1998
14/18-34 to 15/1-29 5255-001
Caucus and Convention Files (includes Minutes)
1958-1998
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
16/1 5255-001
Banana Dock
1955
16/2 5255-001
Bridges Letter
1956, 1960
16/3 5255-001
CIO Charges and Rebuttal
1949-1950
16/4 5255-001
Coda Phone
1965
16/5 5255-001
ILWU
1955, 1964-1965
16/6 5255-001
ILWU-PMA Welfare Fund
1953-1968
16/7 5255-001
Local 9
1965-1968
16/8 5255-001
Local 13 Wilmington Earning System Data
1963
16/9 5255-001
P.A. Travel
1964
16/10 5255-001
Petitions ... Short Gangs
n.d.
16/11 5255-001
Portland
n.d.
16/12 5255-001
Portland Beef
June 1970
16/13 5255-001
Rule Changes for Bull Drivers
1956
16/14 5255-001
S/S Fortuna
1964
16/15 5255-001
Safety
1967, n.d.
16/16 5255-001
Screening
1949-1958
16/17 5255-001
Special Caucus Velasquez
1965
16/18 5255-001
Time Wage Loss Study
1964
16/19 5255-001
Velasquez, Pete
1965, 1969
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
16/20 5255-001
ILWU
1951-1963
16/21 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1943-1964, n.d.
box:oversize
34 5255-001
Maritime Strike Pictorial
1937
34 5255-001
Maritime Reporter
1961
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
16/22-23 5255-001
The Hook
1950-1997
16/24 5255-001
North Bend Breezes
1953-1956
16/25 5255-001
Waterfront Citizen
1964
Box/Folder Accession
16/26 5255-001
Bulletins
1950-1956, n.d.
16/27 5255-001
Speeches and Writings
1961
16/28 5255-001
Directories
1967
16/29 5255-001
Financial Records (of Proceedings)
1955-1965, n.d.
Transcripts (of Proceedings)
Box/Folder Accession
16/30 5255-001
ILWU Local 3 Trial
1955
16/31 5255-001
1966 Caucus Excerpt
1966
Box/Folder Accession
16/32-34 5255-001
Reports
1956-1970
16/35-36 5255-001
Legislation
1957-1969
16/37 5255-001
Regulations
1969
16/38 5255-001
News Releases
n.d.
16/39 5255-001
Petitions
n.d.
16/40 5255-001
Resolutions
1957, n.d.
16/41 5255-001
Claims
1962-1968
16/42 5255-001
Claims of Others
1962
16/43-44 5255-001
Flyers
1953-1967, n.d.
16/45-48 5255-001
Notes
1964-1967, n.d.
16/49-56 5255-001
Miscellany
1952-1968, n.d.
16/57 5255-001
Clippings
1966
Block for Port Commissioner Committee
Box/Folder Accession
16/58 5255-001
Invoices
1965
16/59 5255-001
Miscellany
1965
Penalty Cargo Subcommittee
Box/Folder Accession
16/60 5255-001
General Correspondence
1966-1967
16/61 5255-001
Minutes
1966
16/62-63 5255-001
Agreements
1967
16/64, 17/1-7 5255-001
Negotiations
1966-1967
17/8-9 5255-001
Transcripts
1967
17/10 5255-001
Reports
1967
17/11-13 5255-001
Notes
1966, n.d.
Safety Subcommittee
Box/Folder Accession
17/14 5255-001
Agreements
1949, 1967
17/15-20 5255-001
Negotiations
1966-1967
17/21 5255-001
Notes
1967
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Local 19
Organizational Features
Box/Folder Accession
17/22 5255-001
ILWU Constitution
1971
17/23 5255-001
Puget Sound Council
1971
17/24 5255-001
Amendments to Local 19 Constitution
n.d.
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
17/25 5255-001
Bennet, Mike O.
1971-1975
17/26 5255-001
Bridges, Harry
1970-1976
17/27 5255-001
Grudin, D.A.
1973-1974
17/28 5255-001
Huntsinger, Fred
1970-1972, 1974-1975
17/29 5255-001
McMillan, J.A.
1972-1974
17/30 5255-001
Schroeter, Leonard W.
1973-1975, n.d.
17/31 5255-001
Shields, James R.
1971-1975
17/32 5255-001
Ward, William T.
1965-1996, 1971-1975
17/33 5255-001
Weber, Carl G.
1971-1976
17/34 5255-001
A-G
1971-1975
17/35 5255-001
H-K
1971-1975
17/36 5255-001
L-O
1971-1975
17/37 5255-001
P-S
1971-1975
17/38 5255-001
T-Z
1971-1975
17/39 5255-001
Unidentified
1971-1975, n.d.
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
17/40 5255-001
Shields, James R. "J.R."
1971-1974
17/41 5255-001
Weber, Carl G. "C.G"
1972-1974
18/1 5255-001
"Brothers" or "All Locals"
1963, 1971-1975
18/2 5255-001
A-D
1971-1975
18/3 5255-001
E-L
1971-1975
18/4 5255-001
M-Z
1971-1975
18/5-6 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1975, n.d.
18/7 5255-001
Unidentified
1971, n.d.
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
18/8 5255-001
Alaska Steam / Western Steve[dore] - Pier 46
1971-1972
18/9 5255-001
American Mail Lines / Western Stevedore Co.
1972
18/10 5255-001
Appenzeller, Muriel
1968-1974
18/11 5255-001
Benson, Henry A. Commissioner of Labor, Alaska Dept. of Labor
1971-1972
18/12 5255-001
Bentley, Helen Delieter
1971
18/13 5255-001
Bond - Port Angeles
1973
18/14 5255-001
Clark, Larry Apple Ships / Lauritzen Line
1974
18/15 5255-001
Clark Letters, Peas
1982
18/16 5255-001
Class "A," Low Hours, Welfare Eligibility
1974
18/17 5255-001
Columbia Star, Western Steve., Horse Meat
1974
18/18 5255-001
Container Movements and Data
1973
18/19 5255-001
Container Stevedoring Steady Men
1972
18/20 5255-001
Container Stevedoring Co.
1972
18/21 5255-001
Contracts
1971-1972
18/22 5255-001
Crane Positions
1972
18/23 5255-001
Crescent Wharf & Warehouse Co.
1970-1971
18/24 5255-001
Department of Labor and Industry re: Speeding on Docks
1972-1973
18/25-31 5255-001
Employers' Complaints
1970-1975
18/32 5255-001
Employers' Complaints Not Dealt With
1971-1972
18/33 5255-001
Forrester, William
1971
18/34 5255-001
Foss Alaska Lines - Pier 115, Safety on Car Racks, etc.
1974
18/35 5255-001
Foss Alaska Lines - T. Letter Roll on Roll Off
1974
18/36 5255-001
Foss Launch & Tug Co.
1973
18/37 5255-001
Foss Launch & Tug - Reliable Line Service Earnings
1974
18/38 5255-001
Fox, Frank
1975
18/39 5255-001
Fry, Howard
1972
18/40 5255-001
Grain Millers, Local 9, Krumm
1974
18/41 5255-001
Hoisting Pulp, Patent Slings Forrester Award, Cranston Co., OSHA
1971, 1974
18/42 5255-001
Howard, Joe S.
1965
18/43 5255-001
Hulm, Bernard C. Alaska Report, Organization
1975
18/44 5255-001
Japanese Council Allied Enterprise Hydraulic Winches
n.d.
18/45 5255-001
Kagel Award
July 5, 1972
18/46 5255-001
Krumm, Wilford
1974
18/47 5255-001
Levias, Nelson
1973
18/48 5255-001
Local 94, Foreman Contract, San Pedro, CA
n.d.
18/49 5255-001
Massey, Will Dept. Commissioner - U.S. Dept of Labor re: Employees Compensation
1972
18/50 5255-001
Meyers, Grant
1975
18/51 5255-001
Miniken, Don
1967, 1972-1973
18/52 5255-001
Miniken, Don to Gleason
1974
18/53 5255-001
Nickson, Roy
1972
18/54 5255-001
Pacific Molasses Co.
1971
18/55 5255-001
Parks, John
1971
18/56 5255-001
Pension Qualifying Years 100 Hours etc. No Average
1974
18/57 5255-001
Pension Schedule
1975-1977
18/58 5255-001
Pensioners
1972
18/59 5255-001
Reliable Lines
1975
18/60 5255-001
Rental Costs PMA
1972
18/61 5255-001
Robot T-Manning, Kagel Decision on B/D
1972
18/62 5255-001
Ross, Rinaldi, Travelers Insurance, Sea Land
1971
18/63 5255-001
Runaway Containers and Freight Stations
1975
18/64 5255-001
Ryuko Maru - Sound
1971-1972
18/65 5255-001
Safety Engineers, G.E., Starporter Cranes
1974
18/66 5255-001
Scindia Steam Navigation Company
1971
18/67 5255-001
Sea-Land Injunction
1975
18/68-72, 19/1 5255-001
Seattle. Port
1971-1974, n.d.
19/2 5255-001
Seattle. Port 19, 9
1973
19/3 5255-001
Seattle. Port / Captain Bennett
1971
19/4 5255-001
Smith, Mel Clarklift Straddles
1974
19/5 5255-001
SS Buckeye Atlantic / Buckeye Steamship Co.
1971-1972
19/6 5255-001
SS Greenwave
1971-1972
19/7 5255-001
Straddle Trucks
1973-1974
19/8 5255-001
St. Germaine, Bill Straddle Trucks
1974-1975
19/9 5255-001
Tallow Manning
1962
19/10 5255-001
Tallow & Logs to Hook, Teamsters Under Gear & Hook
1967-1968
19/11 5255-001
Tallow to Hook & Ship, Western Steve. 5/28/72, Crescent 11/19/71
1967, 1971-1972
19/12 5255-001
Unemployment Compensation
1975
19/13 5255-001
Butch Urhan, Training
1974
19/14 5255-001
Western Stevedore Company
1967-1972
19/15 5255-001
Western Steve. - Bum Equipment
1973-1974
19/16 5255-001
Western Steve. - Pier 25, 42 C.F.S.
1974
19/17 5255-001
Western Steve. - APL - Pier 25 Continuous Operation Yard Bull
1975
19/18 5255-001
Western Steve. - Pier 25, Lift Truck Container in Yard
1973-1975
19/19 5255-001
Western Steve. - Steady Men Letters
1972-1974
Box/Folder Accession
19/20-21 5255-001
Draft Correspondence
1973-1975, n.d.
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
19/22 5255-001
ILWU International
1971-1975
19/23 5255-001
Local 19
1975-1977, 1979-1980
19/24 5255-001
Pacific Maritime Association (PMA)
1965, 1968-1974
19/25 5255-001
Seattle. Port
1972, 1974-1975
19/26 5255-001
Various ILWU Locals
1968-1975
19/27 5255-001
A - R
1970-1975, 1979
19/28 5255-001
S - Z
1970-1975
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
19/29 5255-001
Anacortes Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1973-1974
19/30 5255-001
Bellingham Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1973
19/31-35 5255-001
Coast Labor Relations Committee
1960-1975
19/36 5255-001
Discussions with Local 19 re: 7 Day Dispatch and 6:00 pm start
1971-1972
19/37 5255-001
Everett Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1973-1974
19/38 5255-001
Foreman's Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1973
19/39 5255-001
Grays Harbor, Port of, Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1973
19/40-41 5255-001
ILWU International Executive Board
1971-1974
19/42 5255-001
ILWU Jurisdictional Committee
1974
19/43 5255-001
ILWU Union Committee
1973
19/44 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Disciplinary Committee
1972
19/45-46 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Executive Board Meetings
1969, 1971-1975, n.d.
19/47 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Membership Meetings
1971-1975
19/48 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Strike Committee
1971-1972
19/49 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Working Rules Negotiations
1971
19/50 5255-001
ILWU Local 52 Membership Meetings
1971
19/51 5255-001
ILWU Puget Sound Council
1972, 1975
19/52 5255-001
Joint Checker Labor Relations Committee of San Francisco
1975
19/53 5255-001
Joint ILWU - IUOE Meeting
1974
19/54 5255-001
Joint Labor Management Meetings
1972
19/55 5255-001
Joint Local Negotiations
1971-1975
19/56 5255-001
Joint Port Labor Relations Committee for the Port of Tacoma
1963, 1973
19/57 5255-001
Meeting with Local 19 re: 7 Day Dispatch and Steady Men
1972
19/58 5255-001
Meeting with Sea-Land
1971
19/59 5255-001
Olympia Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1973
19/60 5255-001
Oregon Area Labor Relations Committee
1971
19/61 5255-001
Port Angeles Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1974
19/62 5255-001
Port Gamble Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1974
19/63-64 5255-001
Puget Sound Area Labor Relations Committee
1951, 1963-1966, 1975
19/65 5255-001
Safety Meetings
1975
19/66 5255-001
Seattle Clerks Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1972-1973
19/67 5255-001
Seattle Clerks Joint Port Labor Relations Committee and Seattle Longshore Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1972
19/68 5255-001
Seattle Job Level Safety Committee
1967
19/69-73 to 20/1-4 5255-001
Seattle Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1960, 1965, 1968-1975
20/5 5255-001
Seattle Mayor's Maritime Advisory Board
1971-1972
20/6 5255-001
Seattle. Port. ILWU Local 19 Labor Relations Committee
1970-1971
20/7 5255-001
Seattle. Port. Labor Management Committee
1974
20/8 5255-001
Seattle. Port. Port Commission Meetings
1971-1973
20/9 5255-001
Seattle Straddle Truck Joint Port Training & Promotions Committee
1964
20/10 5255-001
Special Union Area Labor Relations Meeting
n.d.
20/11 5255-001
Washington Area Joint Accident Prevention Committee
1971, 1975
20/12 5255-001
Washington Area Labor Relations Committee
1971-1974
20/13 5255-001
Washington Area Labor Relations Committee Draft Minutes
1973
20/14 5255-001
Unidentified
1972, 1974, n.d.
Agenda
Box/Folder Accession
20/15 5255-001
Governor's 22nd Annual Safety Conference
1971
20/16 5255-001
Pacific Northwest Labor History Conference
n.d.
20/17 5255-001
Seattle Rank and File Labor Committee
1974
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
20/18 5255-001
7-Day
n.d.
20/19 5255-001
7-Day Dispatch
1971-1972, 1974
20/20 5255-001
8 for 9 Hour Day
1956
20/21 5255-001
9.43 - PMA
1972
20/22 5255-001
1966 Contract - Dispatcher Supplement
1966
20/23 5255-001
1971 Strike
1971
20/24 5255-001
Aetna Pensions
1964, 1972, n.d.
20/25 5255-001
Alcohol
1971
20/26 5255-001
Alcohol Preventive Program
n.d.
20/27 5255-001
Alcoholic Program
n.d.
20/28 5255-001
Allende, Madame
n.d.
20/29 5255-001
BALMA Local 10 Building
1972-1974
20/30 5255-001
Banana Dock
n.d.
20/31 5255-001
Bull Cooking
1968, 1974
20/32 5255-001
Cargill - Grain Dock Local Working Agreement
1973-1974
20/33 5255-001
Carrothers, Art
1972
20/34 5255-001
Chassis on Pier 25
1973
20/35 5255-001
Checkers
1972
20/36 5255-001
Clerks Data, 1 Day Turnover, Port of Seattle Arbitration 3/16/72
1971-1972
20/37 5255-001
Clerks' Test
1973
20/38 5255-001
Clerks on Turnover
1967-1969, 1972-1973
20/39 5255-001
Cold Storage Stairway Petition to City
1972
20/40 5255-001
Container Freight Stations OSHA v. State Compensation
1974, 1976
20/41 5255-001
Contract Vote 1975
1975
20/42 5255-001
Crane Positions Seattle
1970-1975
20/43 5255-001
Crane Training
1973
20/44 5255-001
Cutchlow - Williams
n.d.
20/45 5255-001
Data - S/L Actions
1972
20/46 5255-001
Dental Plan / Drug Plan
1970
20/47 5255-001
Disagreements Referred to the Area Labor Relations Committee
1972-1973
20/48 5255-001
Dispatch Procedure
1975
20/49 5255-001
Don Page Original
1973
20/50 5255-001
Dues: Various Locals & 19 Costs
n.d.
20/51 5255-001
Duwamish Basin Development Committee - Phylis Lamphere
n.d.
20/52 5255-001
Duwamish Project
n.d.
20/53 5255-001
Earnings "A"
1973
20/54 5255-001
Elwell, Lee Port of Seattle
1974
20/55 5255-001
Engelhard Exhaust Purifier, Monoxide Control, Bulls, etc.
n.d.
20/56 5255-001
Equipment
1972
20/57-58 5255-001
Extended Shifts, Gear Violation
1961-1964, 1968-1974
20/59 5255-001
Federal Harbor Workers Comp.
n.d.
20/60-61 5255-001
File on Steadies Rule 4, Kagel Awards History & Complaints by C/O
1972-1974
20/62 5255-001
Filipino Seamen, SS Silvertone
1972
21/1 5255-001
Gang Quotas P.S. Area CLRC #24
1963, 1975
21/2 5255-001
Hansford, Joe Geo. Bush
1972
21/3 5255-001
Harbor Workers Compensation Act 1/25/73
1973
21/4 5255-001
Holiday Knockoff Xmas - New Years
1966-1972
21/5 5255-001
Honda Freight Sheets
1971
21/6 5255-001
Howard Cooper Wagner Front Grabs
n.d.
21/7 5255-001
Hyster, Clark, Lift Trucks, Foss Alaska Line
n.d.
21/8 5255-001
ILA CONASA New York Contract
1972
21/9 5255-001
ILA Contracts
1972
21/10 5255-001
ILA Data
1973
21/11 5255-001
ILWU - PMA Pension Plan
1968
21/12 5255-001
Industrial Hygienists and Sounds
n.d.
21/13 5255-001
July 4th Holiday Pay
1973-1974
21/14 5255-001
Labor for Peace
1972
21/15-17 5255-001
Line Service
1966, 1973
21/18 5255-001
Line Service - Line Accounts
1972
21/19 5255-001
Line Service - Line Gang Earnings
1967, 1971-1973, n.d.
21/20 5255-001
Line Service - Lines & Gear Contracts
1964, 1971-1972, n.d.
21/21 5255-001
Line Service - Lineman's Agreement
1966, 1972
21/22 5255-001
Line Service - Local 10 Lines, Misc.
1972, n.d.
21/23 5255-001
Local 10
1974
21/24 5255-001
Local 40
1975
21/25 5255-001
Log Exports
1973
21/26 5255-001
Love Award
1973
21/27 5255-001
Manpower Survey
1975
21/28 5255-001
Matson Monster
n.d.
21/29 5255-001
Miscellaneous Items for LRC
1972-1973
21/30 5255-001
NASA
1971-1972
21/31 5255-001
NLRB 2nd Case Contract - Tariff
1970
21/32 5255-001
Noise - Pressman's Brief
1972
21/33 5255-001
Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1970
1970
21/34 5255-001
Original Arbitrators Award (Appendix #11)
1934
21/35 5255-001
OSHA - Cap Skolman
1972
21/36 5255-001
OSHA Portland
1974
21/37 5255-001
Out Port Travel
n.d.
21/38 5255-001
Penalties - Background and Arbitration
1973
21/39 5255-001
Pension, H & W, Dental, etc.
1972
21/40 5255-001
PMA Offer - Vote 12
1971
21/41 5255-001
Pool Hours
1970
21/42 5255-001
Portland Arbitration - Labor Day
1974
21/43 5255-001
Portland Gear Locker Agreement
1973
21/44 5255-001
Portland Toyota - Rivergate, Scope of Work
1972
21/45 5255-001
Port of Seattle
Jan. 1, 1973
21/46 5255-001
Ralph Parsons Company
1974
21/47 5255-001
Rank & File Committee
1971
21/48 5255-001
Rausch - Glasses
1972
21/49 5255-001
R.I.S. Shortage
1971-1972
21/50 5255-001
Runaway Container Freight Sta. Portland
1975
21/51 5255-001
San Francisco
Oct. 25, 1972
21/52 5255-001
Seattle King County Plan Proposal #2
1974
21/53 5255-001
Seattle Port Rules, Other Than in Port Working and Dispatcher Rules
1967
21/54 5255-001
Seattle Stevedore SS Hoegh Miranda
1972
21/55 5255-001
Senate Bill 1033 re: Log Exports
1973
21/56 5255-001
Shrink Pack Beef
1973
21/57 5255-001
Shrink Pack, State Lines
1975
21/58 5255-001
Steady Crane Operators
1972
21/59 5255-001
Steady Men - 9.43 & Steady Men Mills
1973
21/60 5255-001
Steady Men - Kagel on Steady Men
1972
21/61-62 5255-001
Steady Men File
May 1974
21/63 5255-001
Strict Products Liability Streatch v. Associated Container Transp. Ltd.
1975
21/64 5255-001
Strike Committee
1972
21/65 5255-001
Strike Votes
1971-1972
21/66 5255-001
T. 143 SS San Francisco
1968-1969, 1974
21/67 5255-001
Terminal 102 Headmarks v. Sub-Marks
Mar. 18, 1975
21/68 5255-001
T-Letter #108, 113
1967-1974
21/69 5255-001
T-Mannings
1969
21/70 5255-001
Tote
1975
21/71 5255-001
Travel
1963, 1973
21/72 5255-001
U.S. Customs
n.d.
21/73 5255-001
Vacation, Pension Qualifications
1973-1974
21/74 5255-001
Vining, Dave Superintendent, Port of Seattle - Docks, Whse.
1974
21/75 5255-001
Wage Control - Auburn College
1972
21/76 5255-001
Wage Surveys
1974-1975
21/77 5255-001
Walden, T.
1971-1972
21/78 5255-001
Washington District Annual Longshore Payrolls
n.d.
21/79 5255-001
Welfare & Retirement Plans
1966, n.d.
21/80 5255-001
Workmen's Compensation
1972
21/81 5255-001
World Container Ports
1973
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
21/82 5255-001
Remarks at ILWU Convention
1971
21/83 5255-001
KIRO
1972
21/84-85 5255-001
Drafts
n.d.
Speeches and Writings of Others
Box/Folder Accession
21/86 5255-001
Bridges, Harry
1966-1973
21/87 5255-001
ILWU Local 19
1971, n.d.
21/88 5255-001
ILWU Local 40
1975
21/89 5255-001
Mills, Herb
n.d.
21/90 5255-001
Nelson, Burt
1971
21/91 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1940, 1966, 1970-1975
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
22/1 5255-001
Accident
1972
22/2 5255-001
Annual Report - Legal Committee, Pacific Coast Association of Port Authority
1975
22/3 5255-001
Coast Contract Negotiations
n.d.
22/4-5 5255-001
Coast Labor Relations Committee
1974, n.d.
22/6 5255-001
Copier Costs
1972
22/7 5255-001
N.T. Nemetz
1972
22/8 5255-001
PMA Annual Report
1974
22/9 5255-001
Port of Butte
n.d.
Reports of Others
Box/Folder Accession
22/10 5255-001
Perry, Hugh J. - Noise Consulting for the Port of Seattle Planning and Research Department
1975
22/11-13 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1975, 1994, n.d.
Agreements
Box/Folder Accession
22/14 5255-001
ILWU & PMA
1972
22/15 5255-001
ILWU Local 19/Port of Seattle
1972, n.d.
22/16-17 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1969-1970, 1975
Case Files
Box/Folder Accession
22/18 5255-001
Ajay Enterprises
1970-1972
22/19 5255-001
NLRB v. Mechanists Local 289 I.A.M.
Sept. 6, 1975
22/20 5255-001
NLRB International Container Service Inc. v. Local 19
1972
22/21 5255-001
NLRB Seattle-Rothschild Stevedoring Co. v. Local 19
1971
Box/Folder Accession
22/22 5255-001
Affidavits-Peeler
n.d.
22/23 5255-001
Legal Documents
1971
Court Papers
Box/Folder Accession
22/24 5255-001
ILWU - Canadian Area BC Workers Comp. Board
1973
22/25 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 & Int'l Container Sve. (NLRB)
1971
22/26 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 & Machinists 289 (NLRB)
1975
22/27 5255-001
Labor Board
1971-1973
22/28 5255-001
NLRB v. Fluor Engineers & Construction
1974
22/29 5255-001
NLRB v. ILWU Local 50
1974
22/30 5255-001
NLRB v. Sternoff Metals
1974
22/31 5255-001
PMA v. ILWU Local 19
1972
22/32 5255-001
PMA v. ILWU Local 19 (First Action)
1972
22/33 5255-001
PMA v. ILWU Local 19 (Second & Later Actions)
1972
22/34 5255-001
Port of Seattle v. PMA
1974
22/35 5255-001
Roth & ILWU Local 19 (NLRB)
1972
22/36 5255-001
Subpoena
1967, 1974
22/37 5255-001
Miscellaneous
n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
22/38-39 5255-001
Legislation
1971, 1973-1975
22/40-41 5255-001
Regulations
1965-1974
Resolutions
Box/Folder Accession
22/42 5255-001
December Caucus
n.d.
22/43-46 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1973, 1975, n.d.
Resolutions of Others
Box/Folder Accession
22/47 5255-001
State of Washington
1972
Box/Folder Accession
22/48 5255-001
Petitions
n.d.
Negotiations
Box/Folder Accession
22/49 5255-001
Foss Alaska
1971
22/50 5255-001
Foss Launch & Tug Co.
1971-1973
22/51 5255-001
9.43
1970-1972
22/52 5255-001
W/O Rules
n.d.
22/53-63 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1975, n.d.
Arbitration Decisions
Box/Folder Accession
22/64 5255-001
Appeal W-8-73
1973
23/1 5255-001
Area Arbitrator
1969-1977, 1988
23/2 5255-001
Car Ships; Hatch Boards; Rigging Ramps; Button Men; Elevators
1970, 1972, 1974
23/3 5255-001
Coast Arbitrator
1970
23/4 5255-001
Container Freight 102
n.d.
23/5 5255-001
July 5, 1972
1972
23/6 5255-001
Love Award, Containers
1971
23/7 5255-001
Love Award - Kagel Opinion; Forrester - Decision re: Eyhres Transfer Co.
1971
23/8 5255-001
Rigging; Auto Ramps
1970, 1974
23/9 5255-001
Steady Men
1971
Indices to Arbitration Awards
Box/Folder Accession
23/10 5255-001
1934-1960
n.d.
23/11 5255-001
1961-1970
n.d.
23/12 5255-001
1972-1973
n.d.
23/13 5255-001
California
1973, 1974, n.d.
23/14 5255-001
Oregon Area
1973, 1974, n.d.
23/15 5255-001
Washington Area
1973, 1974, n.d.
Complaints
Box/Folder Accession
23/16 5255-001
Crane
1973
23/17 5255-001
S/Land - Shortage Driver Complaints
1971
Employer Complaints
Box/Folder Accession
23/18 5255-001
Santa Monica
1972
23/19 5255-001
S.S. Blankenstein
1972
23/20 5255-001
Wooding, K.
n.d.
23/21 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1973
Grievance Files
Box/Folder Accession
23/22 5255-001
S.S. Akarita Seattle Stevedore Co. Pier 91 5/6/74
1974
23/23 5255-001
Canada Mail
1972
Claims
Box/Folder Accession
23/24 5255-001
Union
1975
23/25 5255-001
Union - Shrink Pack; Building 45 States Line; Nor-Pac
1973
23/26 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971
Box/Folder Accession
23/27 5255-001
Referrals - To Joint Coast LRC
1973, 1994, n.d.
23/28 5255-001
Elections
General Notes: Includes oversized.
1970-1975
Directories
Box/Folder Accession
23/29-31 5255-001
ILWU
1973-1974
23/32 5255-001
Labor Organizations
n.d.
23/33 5255-001
PMA Member Companies
1968
23/34 5255-001
Ships, Agents, Piers
n.d.
23/35 5255-001
Washington State Cranes & Grain Spouts
1974
23/36 5255-001
Unidentified
n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
23/37 5255-001
Lists
1973
Rosters
Box/Folder Accession
23/38 5255-001
B-Men 2nd Group
n.d.
23/39 5255-001
B-Men Low Earnings
1973-1974
23/40 5255-001
B-Men No Hours
1973
23/41 5255-001
Bull Board
n.d.
23/42 5255-001
Bull, Deck, Trucker Lists
n.d.
23/43 5255-001
Bull Lists
1975
23/44 5255-001
Crane Earnings
1972
23/45 5255-001
Crane Operators
1972
23/46 5255-001
Crane Operators - 4th Quarter, 1st Draft of Printout
n.d.
23/47 5255-001
Crane Operators and Straddle Operators
June 14, 1972
23/48-49 5255-001
Crane Operators Recap
1973-1974, n.d.
23/50 5255-001
Crane & Straddle Certified Operators
1972
23/51 5255-001
Day & Night
1973
23/52 5255-001
Day - Night - Boards
n.d.
23/53 5255-001
Deck Lists
1975, n.d.
23/54 5255-001
Foreman's Agreement
n.d.
23/55 5255-001
Gang Lists
1972-1973
23/56 5255-001
ILWU Locals Washington
n.d.
23/57 5255-001
John Leppa; Crane Straddle Breakdown
n.d.
23/58 5255-001
Low Earnings A & B
1971
23/59 5255-001
Manpower
1963, n.d.
23/60 5255-001
Manpower; Gang Structure
1973-1974
23/61 5255-001
New Members 1/17/74
Jan. 17, 1974
23/62 5255-001
Out Port Visitors Tacoma, Everett
1975
23/63 5255-001
Seattle Crane Operators
1965-1968, 1970-1973
23/64 5255-001
Straddle Operators
1972
23/65-68 5255-001
Unidentified
1972, 1973-1975, n.d.
Logs
Box/Folder Accession
23/69 5255-001
Sea Land
1972
23/70-73 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1972
Box/Folder Accession
23/74 5255-001
Dispatch Records
1975
Schedules
Box/Folder Accession
23/75 5255-001
7-Day Dispatch; Dispatcher
Aug. 25, 1974
23/76 5255-001
Wage
1975-1976; n.d.
Notes
Box/Folder Accession
23/77 5255-001
Negotiations
1971
23/78 5255-001
Re: Alyeska
1974
23/79 5255-001
Re: Williams Hearing
1974
23/80-97 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1975, n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
24/1 5255-001
Calendars - Clerks & Foreman
1972
24/2-3 5255-001
Business Cards
n.d.
24/4 5255-001
Project Descriptions of Others
n.d.
Photographs
ca. 1972-1973
Box/Folder Accession
24/6 5255-001
Form Letters
n.d.
Personnel Files
Box/Folder Accession
24/7 5255-001
Pension Eligibility
n.d.
Financial Records
Box/Folder Accession
24/8-9 5255-001
Financial Study
Mar. 13-15, 1973
24/10-13 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1972, 1975, n.d.
Financial Reports
Box/Folder Accession
24/14 5255-001
ILWU-PMA Pension Fund
1966
24/15 5255-001
ILWU - PMA Vesting, Benefit Fund
1972
24/16 5255-001
International Longshoremen's Benevolent Fund
1975
Forms
Box/Folder Accession
24/17 5255-001
Container Forms PCL Pier 46
n.d.
24/18 5255-001
Container Forms Pier 18
n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
24/19 5255-001
Surveys
1971, n.d.
24/20 5255-001
Bulletins
1972
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
24/21 5255-001
Area Strike Bulletin
1971-1972
24/22 5255-001
BALMA (Bay Area Longshoremen's Memorial Assoc.)
1972-1974
24/23 5255-001
ILWU Local 10 Longshore Bulletin
1970-1975
24/24 5255-001
ILWU Local 10 Strike Bulletin
1971-1972
24/25 5255-001
ILWU Local 13 Strike Bulletin
1971-1972
24/26 5255-001
[ILWU] Local 21 Reports
1971-1974
24/27 5255-001
ILWU Washington Report
1971-1974
24/28 5255-001
LRC Bulletin
1972
24/29 5255-001
Seattle, Port of
1974
24/30 5255-001
Strike Bulletin [ILWU Local 19]
1971
24/31 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1975
Box/Folder Accession
24/32 5255-001
News Releases
1971
24/33 5255-001
News Releases of Others
1973-1974, 1976
Transcripts (of Proceedings)
Box/Folder Accession
24/34 5255-001
1971 Caucus
1971
24/35 5255-001
Biennial Convention
1971
24/36 5255-001
Equalization of Work Opportunities
n.d.
24/37 5255-001
ILWU v. PMA Arbitration
1979
24/38 5255-001
KIRO Editorial
1972
24/39 5255-001
Mobile Crane Arbitration
1972
24/40 5255-001
PMA v. ILWU Arbitration (Sea-Land Slowdown)
1972
24/41 5255-001
PMA v. ILWU Local 19
1972
24/42 5255-001
Seattle Joint Port LRC Discrimination Hearing
1974
24/43 5255-001
Third Caucus re: 10.24
1966
24/44 5255-001
Unidentified
n.d.
Manuals
Box/Folder Accession
24/45-46 5255-001
Payroll
1972-1973
24/47 5255-001
Payroll Manual Revisions
1971-1972, 1974
Box/Folder Accession
24/48-50 5255-001
Flyers
n.d.
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
24/51 5255-001
1964 Relative Values Studies
1964
24/52 5255-001
Harry Bridges Testimonial Dinner
1975
24/53 5255-001
Drug Abuse
1971, n.d.
24/54 5255-001
Marine Index Bureau Statistical Analysis
1974
24/55 5255-001
Maritime Worker
1974
24/56 5255-001
On the Waterfront
n.d.
24/57 5255-001
Pacific Longshore Industry 1934-1970
n.d.
24/58 5255-001
People's World
1975
24/59 5255-001
Port News
1974
24/60 5255-001
Todd Daily Maritime
1974
24/61 5255-001
Transport Worker
1973
24/62 5255-001
U.S. Department of Labor
1956-1967
24/63 5255-001
Waterfront Worker
1974
Box/Folder Accession
24/64-73 5255-001
Pamphlets
n.d.
Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
24/74 5255-001
Fact Articles
1973
24/75 5255-001
Paul Hall; SIU
1973
24/76 5255-001
1971 Strike
1971-1972
24/77 5255-001
Sea Land
1972
24/78-79 5255-001
Miscellaneous
n.d.
Miscellany
Box/Folder Accession
24/80-84 to 25/1-9 5255-001
Loose Papers
1970-1975, n.d.
25/10-31 5255-001
Foldered
1971-1974, n.d.
25/32 5255-001
Miscellaneous Vol. II
1971
25/33 5255-001
Miscellaneous Vol. I
1972
25/34 5255-001
Miscellaneous Vol. II
1972
Box/Folder Accession
25/35-36 5255-001
Ephemera
n.d.
9.43 and Steady Men Joint Negotiations Subcommittee
Negotiations
Box/Folder Accession
25/37 5255-001
9.43
1973
25/38-43 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1971-1973
International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union (Post Retirement)
Box/Folder Accession
25/44-45 5255-001
Organizational Features
1994, n.d.
Outgoing Letters of Others
Box/Folder Accession
25/46 5255-001
American President Lines
1976-1992, n.d.
25/47 5255-001
Bridges, Harry
1937, 1976
25/48 5255-001
Delay, Dallas
1979-1997, n.d.
25/49 5255-001
Duggan, Robert
1976-1992
25/50 5255-001
Eagle Marine Services
1981
25/51 5255-001
Frazier, Bob
1994
25/52 5255-001
Herman, James
1977-1990
25/53 5255-001
ILWU (International and Coast Committee)
1974-1998
25/54 5255-001
ILWU, Alaska Council
1978, n.d.
25/55 5255-001
ILWU, Local 10
1976-1998, n.d.
25/56 5255-001
ILWU, Local 13
1976-1997
26/1-3 5255-001
ILWU, Local 19
1976-1998, n.d.
26/4 5255-001
ILWU, Local 23
1981, 1998
26/5 5255-001
ILWU, Local 34
1976-1994
26/6 5255-001
ILWU, Local 37
1986
26/7 5255-001
ILWU - PMA Benefit Plans
1978-1997
26/8 5255-001
ILWU, Various Locals
1954, 1976-1998
26/9 5255-001
Lindsay, Dennis
1976, 1987
26/10 5255-001
McWilliams, Brian
1995-1998
26/11 5255-001
Moork, Dick
1976-1984, n.d.
26/12 5255-001
Munson, John
1993-1996
26/13 5255-001
National Labor Relations Board
1979-1995
26/14 5255-001
Pacific Maritime Association
1976-1997
26/15 5255-001
Seattle. Port
1979-1981
26/16 5255-001
Reinhardt, Ray
1979-1980
26/17 5255-001
Rosenburg, Sam
1978-1979
26/18 5255-001
Schwerin, Burns, Campbell & French
1995
26/19 5255-001
Seattle Joint Port Labor Relations Committee
1979-1981
26/20 5255-001
Vukich and Erickson
1995, n.d.
26/21-23 5255-001
Miscellaneous
1976-1998, n.d.
26/24 5255-001
Authors Unknown
1984, 1995, n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
26/25 5255-001
Intra-organizational Memoranda
1987-1996, n.d.
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
26/26 5255-001
1978 Negotiations
1978
26/27 5255-001
Arbitrators' Conference
1978
26/28-30 5255-001
Coast Labor Relations Committee (LRC)
1976-1997
26/31 5255-001
Everett Joint LRC
1977
26/32 5255-001
Foremen's Joint LRC
1979
26/33 5255-001
ILWU Coastwide Informal Special Longshore Meeting
1979
26/34 5255-001
ILWU-IBU Organizing Committee
1995-1998
26/35-36 5255-001
ILWU International Executive Board
1975-1996
26/37 5255-001
ILWU Joint Area Labor Relations Committee Columbia River and Oregon Coast Ports
1976
26/38 5255-001
ILWU Joint District Council Meeting
1987
26/39 5255-001
ILWU Joint Oregon-Columbia River Area LRC
1976, 1979
26/40 5255-001
ILWU Local 10 Caucus
1977
26/41-45 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Executive Board
1977-1998
26/46 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 and ILWU Local 98 LRC Meeting
1979
26/47 to 27/1-3 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Membership Meetings
1976-1998
27/4 5255-001
ILWU Local 19 Stop Work Meeting
1978
27/5 5255-001
ILWU PGP Workshop
1976
27/6 5255-001
ILWU Puget Sound Area Caucus
1981
27/7 5255-001
ILWU Puget Sound District Council
1985-1997
27/8 5255-001
ILWU Special Tri-Party Executive Board
1997
27/9 5255-001
ILWU Washington Area LRC
1977-1992
27/10 5255-001
ILWU Washington Area Longshore Division LRC
1997
27/11 5255-001
ILWU Welfare and Pension Committee
1998
27/12 5255-001
Joint Accident Prevention Committee
1987-1988
27/13 5255-001
Joint Checker LRC of San Francisco
1977, 1986
27/14 5255-001
King County Labor Council
1991
27/15 5255-001
King County Union Label and Service Trade Council
1982
27/16 5255-001
Lines Joint Port LRC
1995
27/17 5255-001
Longshore LRC of San Francisco
1994
27/18-19 5255-001
Longshore Joint Port LRC
1994-1997
27/20 5255-001
Seattle, Port of
1976, 1980
27/21 5255-001
Seattle Clerks Joint LRC
1978-1985
27/22-26 5255-001
Seattle Joint Port LRC
1976-1991
27/27 5255-001
Seattte Longshore Joint Port LRC
1991-1994
27/28 5255-001
Shop Stewards
1994
27/29 5255-001
Tripartite Joint Port LRC
1995-1998
Agenda
Box/Folder Accession
27/30 5255-001
PNW Labor Teach-in
1997
27/31 5255-001
Unidentified
n.d.
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
27/32 5255-001
87 Contract 'No'
1987
27/33-35 5255-001
APL Beef
1977-1979
27/36 5255-001
Arian, Dave
1994, n.d.
27/37 5255-001
Australia Waterfront War
1998
27/38-40 5255-001
Casual Foremen
1977-1979
27/41 5255-001
Casual Foremen
1979
27/42 5255-001
Casual Foreman Beef
1977-1979
27/43 5255-001
Centennial
1986
27/44-45 5255-001
Clerks
1973-1987, n.d.
27/46 5255-001
Control of Cargo
1972, 1978
27/47 5255-001
Dalzell Data
1984, 1996
27/48 5255-001
D/D Resolutions
1987-1992, n.d.
27/49 5255-001
Fortner, Susan, Human Rights Case
1980, n.d.
27/50-53 to 28/1-6 5255-001
GP 1372
1981-1997
28/7 5255-001
Grain Contract
1994
28/8 5255-001
Harry Bridges Institute
1993-1994
28/9-12 5255-001
Hicks Penalty Case
1979-1981, n.d.
28/13 5255-001
IBT 959 Sealand
1982
28/14 5255-001
ILWU '93 Contract
1993
28/15 5255-001
ILWU Election
1994
28/16 5255-001
Injured Workers
1983
28/17 5255-001
Justice for Janitors
1988, 1995
28/18 5255-001
Korte, Vita
1983, n.d.
28/19 5255-001
Lindsay Petition
1996
28/20 5255-001
Linemen
1968-1978
28/21-26 5255-001
Liverpool
1995-1997, n.d.
28/27 5255-001
Local 19 Executive Board Information
1992
28/28 5255-001
Logs
1987
28/29 5255-001
McCabe, Paul, Pension File
1998, n.d.
28/30 5255-001
Mukono, Rudy
1980-1981, n.d.
28/31-35 5255-001
Nelson, Burt
1964-1994
28/36 5255-001
Port
1975-1979, n.d.
28/37 5255-001
Puget Sound Regional Organizing Committee
1993
28/38 5255-001
Registration
Mar. 1985, n.d.
28/39-47 5255-001
SPD/Pension History
1953-1998, n.d.
28/48 5255-001
Safety
1973, 1994
28/49 5255-001
Seattle World Class Port Coalition
1998
28/50 5255-001
Straddle 6
1976-1977
28/51 5255-001
Straddle 6 Beef
1976-1977
28/52 5255-001
Summary on Kagel re: Rules 4
1976, 1981
28/53-54 5255-001
Van Dyke, Gretchen
1980-1981
Box/Folder Accession
28/55-59 5255-001
Indices of Arbitrator Decisions
1976-1995
29/1-8 5255-001
Reports
1980-1997, n.d.
29/9 5255-001
Invoices
1984-1985
29/10-14 5255-001
Financial Reports
1978-1996
29/15-16 5255-001
Administrative Decisions
1988, 1994
29/17-18 5255-001
Elections
General Notes: Includes oversized.
1976-1997
29/19 5255-001
Directories
n.d.
Transcripts (of Proceedings)
Box/Folder Accession
29/20 5255-001
APL Arbitration
1979
29/21 5255-001
Arbitration-Campbell v. PMA & ILWU
1991
29/22 5255-001
Arbitration-G.P. #1372
1995
29/23 5255-001
Arbitration-ILWU v. PMA
1990
29/24 5255-001
Arbitration-ILWU v. PMA
1997
29/25 5255-001
Arbitration-ILWU v. PMA
1995
29/26 5255-001
Caucus 1981
1981
29/27 5255-001
Class B Depo[sition]s
n.d.
29/28 5255-001
Deposition of Pat Vukich
1996
29/29 5255-001
Grievance Hearing-G.P. #1372
1995
29/30 5255-001
SLJPLRC Meeting Frazier Grievance
1993
29/31 5255-001
Walker, Eddie, Dep[osition]
n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
29/32-44 5255-001
Court Papers
1974-1998
Speeches and Writings of Others
Box/Folder Accession
29/45 5255-001
Brown, Archie and Lima, Albert
n.d.
29/46 5255-001
Hatch, Will
n.d.
29/47 5255-001
Hanson, Ron
1995
29/48-49 5255-001
Herman, Jim
1979, 1990
29/50 5255-001
Injured Workers United
n.d.
29/51 5255-001
Institute of the North American West
1991
29/52 5255-001
Kagel, Sam
1995
29/53 5255-001
Leonard, Norman
1967
29/54 5255-001
McWilliams, Brian
1995
29/55-56 5255-001
Mills, Herb
1974-1979
29/57 5255-001
Munson, John
1986-1996
29/58 5255-001
Nelson, Bruce
n.d.
29/59 5255-001
Parks, G. Johnny
1981
29/60 5255-001
Plant, T.G.
1940
29/61 5255-001
Report from Spain
1984
29/62 5255-001
Seattle Casual Checkers Association
1978
29/63 5255-001
Authors Unknown
n.d.
Box/Folder Accession
29/64-78 5255-001
Newsletters
1975-1998, n.d.
30/1 5255-001
Drawings
n.d.
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
30/2 5255-001
"Electing Union Officers"
1993
30/3 5255-001
ILUW Miscellaneous
1976-1997
30/4 5255-001
Seattle Longshore Centennial
1986
30/5 5255-001
ILWU Calendar
1987
Box/Folder Accession
30/6-7 5255-001
Petitions
1979, n.d.
30/8-10 5255-001
Resolutions
1981-1998, n.d.
30/11 5255-001
Grievances
1976-1997, n.d.
30/12 5255-001
News Releases
1979-1996
30/13 5255-001
Negotiations
1991, 1996
30/14 5255-001
Legislation
1977, 1994
30/15-18 5255-001
Flyers
1977-1998, n.d.
30/19-48 5255-001
Notes
1986-1997, n.d.
30/49-71 5255-001
Drafts
1977-1997, n.d.
31/1-21 5255-001
Drafts
1977-1997, n.d.
31/22-25 5255-001
Clippings
1958-1997, n.d.
31/26 5255-001
Ephemera
1984-1996, n.d.
31/27-28 5255-001
Miscellany
1983-1996, n.d.
Pacific Coast Pensioners Association
Box/Folder Accession
31/29-30 5255-001
Minutes
1997-1998
31/31-32 5255-001
Conference and Convention Files
1996-1997
31/33-35 5255-001
Newsletters
1993-1998
31/36 5255-001
Miscellany
1976-1997
Gordon, Rose Mary Meecham
Box/Folder Accession
31/37-41 5255-001
Transcripts (of Interviews)
1988, 2000
31/42 5255-001
Audio Cassette Tapes
1999
Videotapes
Box/Folder Accession
32 5255-001
Marine Workers' Historical Association Oral History Interview with Maloney, Parts 1 & 2
1991
32 5255-001
No Mob Rule - 1996 Teamster Convention
1996
32 5255-001
(ILWU) International Executive Board Meeting
1991
32 5255-001
2nd Year Bridges Chair
n.d.
32 5255-001
Waterfront Soundings Conference vol. 2
General Notes: Two copies.
1991
32 5255-001
We Are the ILWU
n.d.
32 5255-001
HBI [Harry Bridges Institute], History of
n.d.
National Conference of Black Lawyers - Thomas Nomination
1991
Box/Folder Accession
34-36 5255-001
Audio Cassette Tapes
Digital Content/Other Formats:Listen to select interviews on the Libraries Digital Collections site.

Accession No. 5255-002: Transcript of an oral history interview with Shaun Maloney, May 30-August 23, 1979Return to Top

.21 cubic foot including (1 box)

Scope and Content: Interview conducted May 30-August 23, 1979 by Chris Miller and partly by Martin Duffy, apparently by telephone between St. Paul, MN and Seattle, WA. Also includes copies of historical papers, notes, and written questions and responses.

Maloney discusses the Minneapolis Teamsters strike of 1934 and how he became involved in the labor movement.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Labor disputes--Pacific Coast (U.S.)
  • Labor leaders--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Labor unions and communism--United States
  • Labor unions--United States
  • Labor unions--United States--Officials and employees
  • Labor unions--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Merchant mariners--Labor unions--Pacific Coast (U.S.)
  • Naval convoys--History--20th century
  • Stevedores--Labor unions--Pacific Coast (U.S.)
  • Personal Names :
  • Almeida, Arthur A
  • Dobbs, Farrell
  • Harer, Asher
  • Lovell, Frank
  • Mahoney, John A
  • Maloney, Shaun, 1911-1999--Archives
  • Miller, Louis A
  • Murray, Bob
  • Ransome, John T
  • Riehle, Dave
  • Severson, Donald E
  • Weinreich, Dorothy
  • Wirth, John
  • Corporate Names :
  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America
  • International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
  • International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Local 19 (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Sailors' Union of the Pacific
  • Sailors' Union of the Pacific. Mahoney Defense Committee
  • Socialist Workers Party
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Clippings
  • Newsletters
  • Photographs
  • Sound recordings
  • Videocassettes
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Labor Archives of Washington (University of Washington) (creator)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)