Snohomish County Central Labor Council records, 1915-2014  PDF

Overview of the Collection

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Snohomish County Central Labor Council
Title
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records
Dates
1915-2014 (inclusive)
Quantity
approximately 26.47 cubic feet (25 boxes)
Collection Number
3531
Summary
Records of the Council
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
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University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
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Historical NoteReturn to Top

Overview and Organization Structure

Throughout its history, beginning in 1901 with the formation of the Everett Trades Council, the organization that became the Snohomish County Central Labor Council in 1957 has supported affiliated unions in contract disputes with employers, organized new unions, advocated for labor interests, and served as a center for union members. When the Council judged that an employer had violated a contract, it sanctioned strikes called by member unions and it informed members and the community by a “Do Not Patronize” list. Political action, particularly in the state legislature, was advanced through affiliation with the statewide labor body, the Washington State Federation of Labor, organized in 1902, and its successor, the Washington State Labor Council. Political action also meant endorsing local, state and congressional candidates, educating union members about candidates and issues, and promoting voting in support of labor interests. Over time, labor interests broadened steadily as council officers became influential in many facets of regional affairs, including business, education, social welfare, and relations with state and federal agencies.

The oldest document in the collection that states the aims and the procedures of the Everett Central Labor Council, the successor of the Everett Trades Council, is its 1926 Constitution and By-Laws. “[The Council’s] object shall be to unite the various Trades Unions of Everett and vicinity, to assist in the formation of Labor Unions, to mould public opinion in favor of the cause of labor, to hold mass meetings for that purpose, to discuss and examine all questions affecting the interests of the working classes, to act as arbitrators between Unions affiliated with this order and their employers, and to do any other work for the benefit of wage earners.” 1 The document declares that strike “action must be concurred in by the Council before it becomes operative as in relation to other affiliated Unions.” 2 The goals and strike statement were repeated when the Constitution was republished in 1944 and 1950. The 1944 Constitution was the first to list the committees in the Everett Central Labor Council. In addition to those for council procedures, the list included civilian defense, education, legislative, political welfare and Union Label.

The merger of the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations in 1955 provided a new Constitution and list of objectives for the renamed Snohomish County Central Labor Council. The 1969 version of the document, showing amendments approved by AFL-CIO President George Meany, lists “Objects” as furthering federation policies, exchanging information, supporting local unions, supporting or opposing legislation affecting labor interests and encouraging member registration, voting and exercising “their full rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and to perform their rightful part in the political life of the local, state and national communities.” 3

The labor group emphasized legislative lobbying and political education of its members throughout its history. In early decades, much of that work was conducted by the Washington State Federation of Labor, although not always with the support of the Everett group. In March 1922, the Trades Council secretary told the president of the Washington State Federation of Labor, “I was instructed to ask you where you get the authority and information to voice the sentiments of the Labor movement of the state in such an important matter.” 4 In 1946, the Everett Central Labor Council endorsed Henry M. Jackson for Congress despite the state federation’s distrust of his postwar advocacy of continuing wage and price controls. Jackson, who later became a long-serving U.S. senator, was supported by the Everett unions for his nearly perfect support of labor, “notwithstanding the fact that he has made an error in supporting legislation unfavorable to organized labor...." 5 Jackson later opposed the Taft-Hartley Act with its restrictions on organized labor and earned very high ratings from the AFL-CIO. 6

The Depression, World War II and passage of Taft-Hartley accelerated attention to political interests in local labor councils. When the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations merged in December 1955, they joined their political action groups into the Committee for Political Education (COPE), centered in Washington, D.C., and organized for effective local action throughout the U.S. 7 As COPE was being organized, the Snohomish County Labor Council argued for separate management of councils and political action. The plea was rejected by the AFL-CIO. The Council president and financial officer were assigned the same roles in the council COPE. 8 The Council’s COPE rules adopted December 21, 1977, require a two-thirds vote of delegates to endorse a candidate or recommend an endorsement. Criteria include “capability, intelligence, unqualified integrity and the past record of the individual” and demonstration of “support of the objectives to which the AFL-CIO is dedicated.” 9

The Council was integral to Everett and Snohomish County from the outset. In addition to its actions on behalf of unions, the Council used the national Union Label program to bolster its ties to the community. 10 By 1906, the Women’s Union Label League was meeting weekly in the Labor Temple. 11 On the eve of World War II, the Council promoted a boycott of German and Japanese products by urging customers to demand goods with a union label, a shop card or a service button. 12 In 1978, the Council took over the assets and records of the Everett Card and Label Council and assumed its management. 13

By 1944, war conditions had led to creation of a “civilian defense” committee in the Council. The 1944 Constitution is the first to show that the Council had a member serving on the board of the Everett Chamber of Commerce. 14 After the war, committees were added for the school board, veterans’ welfare, and senior citizens’ welfare. Correspondence from that time speaks frequently of interests in the junior chamber of commerce, the Community Chest (later United Way) charity drive, and the Boy Scouts of America. In 1967, P. L. Cope, council secretary, was appointed by county commissioners to the Community Health Board created to establish the Snohomish County Mental Health Clinic. 15 The continued expansion of community involvement was suggested in 1994 by Mike Sells, secretary, as he listed his activities: Everett stadium upgrade, candidate steering committees, economic development council, chamber of commerce, communities in schools program, Everett Housing Authority, Partners for Youth, Council on Family, Youth and Justice, and “letters to The Herald,” the Everett daily newspaper. 16 Sells also managed the American Federation of Teachers Local 1690. 17 Council secretaries met some opposition from union officers for those activities, often with the complaint that the groups did not use union suppliers or contractors. In one case, Sells countered: ”Every time we sit in a meeting you’ll find non-union and in some cases anti-union employers. Since we’re all in the organization for the same reason, it is one place where we bury the hatchet so we can meet a common goal.” 18

The Council was integral to Everett and Snohomish County from the outset. In addition to its actions on behalf of unions, the Council used the national Union Label program to bolster its ties to the community. By 1906, the Women’s Union Label League was meeting weekly in the Labor Temple. On the eve of World War II, the Council promoted a boycott of German and Japanese products by urging customers to demand goods with a union label, a shop card or a service button. In 1978, the Council took over the assets and records of the Everett Card and Label Council and assumed its management.

The Council headquarters is the Everett Labor Temple, 2810 Lombard Avenue. The building is on the site of the wood-frame structure that housed the Everett Trades Council, beginning in 1902. That year, member unions planned a permanent building, a structure with the name used by organized workers across the country, a Labor Temple. Within the year, the unions incorporated the Everett Trades Building Association, sold stock to unions and workers to finance purchase of a site and construct the building dedicated on Labor Day that year. The Everett Labor Temple was the first on the West Coast they believed. 19 The building in use now was completed in 1929, extensive remodeling was done in 1943, and an annex was added in the 1950s. 20

History

In 1900, several American Federation of Labor (AFL) unions formed the Everett Trades Council. The council structure had been adopted in four other Washington cities where, like Everett, unions faced organized employer resistance to recognizing new unions and reforming wages, job safety, and the length of the work week. Everett Trades Council included unions for many of the crafts that defined community life at the start of the century: carpenters, cooks, laundry workers, plumbers, printers, ironworkers, musicians and machinists. In the two previous decades, union officers in Everett, like others in Western Washington, had moved gradually toward regional union cooperation and away from independent unions. The economic depression of 1893-4 had shattered “the very fiber of Everett.” 21 The region’s economic turbulence still denied workers stable working conditions as the Trades Council took shape.

The Trades Council in Everett was at the center of a volatile Snohomish County economy based on logging and milling of lumber and shingles. Yet many of its members were narrowly defined by the crafts they pursued, and the Trades Council’s early history reflected the national federation’s disinterest in union organization that spanned industries such as logging and forest products or in organizing the new immigrants from Eastern Europe who were moving into the Puget Sound in significant numbers. 22 In that void, the International Workers of the World (IWW), supported after 1911 by growing numbers of socialist union members, provided a disruptive intervention in Snohomish County by 1916. 23

The largest and the strongest union in the Trades Council was the International Shingle Weavers Union, formed from several AFL locals. 24 From its formation to World War I, the Trades Council’s efforts to get contracts or agreements with mill owners were led by the International Shingle Weavers and its executive secretary for much of that period, Ernest P. Marsh. (Marsh was president of the Trades Council in 1901-1902, a co-owner and editor of the weekly Everett newspaper, The Labor Journal , from 1909 to 1915, and president of the Washington State Federation of Labor from 1913 to 1918.) 25 The financial power of the mill owners repeatedly frustrated the union’s efforts to gain wage agreements. “Forty mills circled the high ground [in Everett in 1910], darkening the sky with smoke and cinders as they turned out lumber and shingles twenty-four hours a day.” 26

In 1915, as prices for timber products dropped sharply, the Everett mills reduced wages 20 percent and said they would hire without attention to union membership. When shingle weavers rejected the offer, the mills closed down. 27 Ernest Marsh, working through his offices in the Shingle Weavers, the Trades Council and the state federation, could not stop union members from taking the reduced wages and shifting their memberships to the IWW. When the Shingle Weavers tried to picket the mills that had locked them out, they were enjoined by the Snohomish County Superior Court. 28 A year later, the shingle weavers’ effort to restore the wage scale they had lost the previous year was roundly rejected by the mills. The union struck, and its members were replaced with strikebreakers, backed by city police. IWW members moved into Everett, “at first by the dozen and then by the score.” 29 On November 5, six days after 40 Wobblies were beaten and some nearly killed by police, 250 IWW members crowded onto the Verona in Seattle bound for the Everett docks. As the boat’s lines were secured in Everett, and the sheriff and deputies approached, shots were fired from both the boat and the shore. At least five of the Wobblies were killed and 31 were wounded. On the dock, two died and 21 were wounded. The violence, known thereafter as “the Everett Massacre,” introduced a period of community conflict and soul-searching that lasting through the decade.

As the nation prepared for war, the federal government pre-empted union organization in forest products by creating a government-run union, the Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen. One hundred thousand woodworkers in the Northwest abandoned both the IWW and the AFL. 30 By 1920, the Trades Council had only 10 AFL locals in its membership, while other locals were dying, unable to pay their dues. The historian Norman Clark described the aftermath of the tumultuous decade: “By 1921, there was no significant labor movement in Everett at all. 31

In the 1920s the weakened unions in Everett continued to struggle against the anti-labor policies of Governor Roland Hill Hartley, former mayor and owner of mills that had thwarted labor in the years leading up to the World War. After two unsuccessful runs for governor, Hartley was elected in 1924, and soon alienated Republicans, state agencies and organized labor. Despite an attempt to recall him, which was supported by the Everett Labor Council, he was elected to a second term, then ran unsuccessfully two more times. 32 Norman Clark argues that Hartley did not understand the difference “between government and primitive capitalism.” Consequently, “he never accepted a society that was learning to protect those least able to survive in an industrial wilderness.” 33

Early in 1936, the Washington Commonwealth Federation (WCF) held its second annual convention in Everett. The WCF had evolved from state and national groups responding to the devastating effects of the Depression. The group aspired to unite a number of diverse interest groups into “a strong and unified federation with sufficient power to bring social, political and economic reform to the Pacific Northwest.” 34 The Washington State Federation of Labor aligned with WCF and urged councils to participate. The Everett Central Labor Council affiliated January 11, 1936. 35 The “diverse groups” in WCF included some with Communist Party members, an issue raised in the Everett convention that returned over time to engage the Everett Central Labor Council.

One of those “diverse groups” was the Workers Alliance, the state’s affiliate of a national assortment of predominantly socialist and communist-led unemployment councils and leagues. When Works Progress Administration workers struck at the Everett airport and other projects, Workers Alliance told the Everett Council that it had taken over the strike. 36 Two years later, apparently a consequence of FBI monitoring of Workers Alliance, William Green, president of the AFL, ordered the Everett Council to break completely with WA, which he said was dominated by the Communist Party. 37 Green had responded to a letter from H. G. Walter, executive secretary of the Everett council, reassuring the AFL that WA members had been allowed to attend meetings, but “with neither a voice nor a vote.” Walters insisted that members were capable of processing any radical ideas WA members might offer. 38

The collection documents the turbulent history of unionization of workers in the many mills in Everett, particularly from 1935 to 1955. H.G. Walter, who later served as secretary of the Labor Council, organized sawmill workers in 1933, then won quick approval from the AFL to take in loggers as well as mill workers. The union name was amended to Sawmill & Timber Workers Union. 39 Many of its members moved to a new Congress of Industrial Organizations union, International Woodworkers of America, after 1937, in reaction to the STW’s parent union, the Brotherhood of Carpenters. Both unions worked to organize the big Everett mills, but only the IWA gained contracts with Weyerhaeuser and other mills in 1940. Weyerhaeuser’s contract, which rejected the STW wage demand, provided the settlement standard that ended a two-week strike against Everett mills at the end of 1940. 40

From 1935 to 1955, the Council and its affiliates, such as the Lumber and Sawmill Workers, faced a succession of movements toward industrial unions. The IWW had offered a model in logging and milling, but was preempted by the federal government during the first World War. Industrial unionism emerged in the 1930s in the federal government’s recovery program. In the 1930s, John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, promoted the model in the Committee of Industrial Organizations within the AFL. The 1935 convention of the AFL split the supporters of craft unions and industrial unions. The federation was attacked for failing to organize a major share of the country’s workers. 41 A year later, the AFL expelled 10 unions that had joined the industrial union committee. 42 The dissident unions were joined in the Congress of Industrial Organizations. The two labor groups continued their strife until after World War II when they realized the conflict crippled a movement that needed solidarity in the face of growing political resistance. The 1955 merger forced reconciliation at the state level as well. The agreement that joined the Washington State Federation of Labor and the State CIO Council provoked opposition from the Everett Council on three issues: representation in the merged Executive Board based on congressional districts, carry over of officers, and the amount of the per capita tax. 43

In the war years, Council leaders managed issues both familiar and new to their experience. The War Manpower Commission imposed controls on industry wages, raising concerns in the Council's unions. Congressman Henry M. Jackson passed on a letter from Paul V. McNutt, chairman of the Commission, that assured Jackson that unions would not be adversely affected. 44 The collection includes extensive correspondence involving the Council, the War Manpower Commission and members of Congress. 45 Indeed, the Council officers corresponded regularly with all members of the state congressional delegation. After the war, the Council advocated return to the county of the dock at Mukilteo, south of Everett, which had been used by the military for ammunition storage. In opposition to claims from the State Parks Department, the Council supported commercial development by the Everett Port Commission, but the state acquired the dock in 1954 for a state park. 46

In 1983, council attention turned to a strike of 600 employees at the E. A. Nord Co. factory on the Everett waterfront. The maker of doors assembled from the region’s Douglas fir and hemlock helped it prosper in the first years after the war ended. However, record door production in 1950 in Washington and Oregon was followed in two years with a drop to one-third the 1950 production level. The industry simply failed to meet the demand for new homes. In addition, the Nord panel doors, distinctive Northwest designs requiring vertical stiles and horizontal rails to allow combinations of panels, faced growing competition from makers of “flush doors,” thin sheets of veneer over hollow frames. 47 By the early 1980s, the company cut pay and then broke with other manufacturers and rejected the terms of a new contract with the Lumber, Production and Industrial Workers Union.

The Nord Door Co. answered a strike on July 13, 1983, by 600 employees by replacing them with 700 non-union workers, whose wages were about half what union workers had received. 48 Banks, holding loans to Nord, pressured for more cuts in the work force. 49 Nord, with anti-union guidance from West Coast Industrial Relations, obtained several injunctions, including one against the Labor Council, which was removed, but at a cost of $7,131. 50 Backing the striking union, the Council targeted suppliers of Nord and outlets for its products and provided unions across the country with strike updates and requests for help for the strikers. 51 As the strike continued into 1985, an administrative judge for the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the company had violated the National Labor Relations Act and set a new certification election. The Lumber, Production and Industrial Workers Local 1054 was certified as the sole bargaining agent at Nord by the NLRB in 1987 but the company had declared bankruptcy a year earlier and had been sold to Jeld-Wen, an Oregon company that also refused to bargain with the union. 52 In the strike aftermath, and closing of Weyerhaeuser mills in Everett, the ranks of union members in woodworking declined sharply. Mike Sells, the Council secretary-treasurer, told The Herald, the city’s newspaper, that the community failed to see the need for unions. “We want to get labor involved in as many phases (of the community) as possible. That will help us get more respect, get things done, and build a more viable political force.” 53

A proposal in 1984 to create a US Navy Home Port in Everett prompted meetings that led to an endorsement 54 and frequent letters to and from members of Congress, including many from other states. 55 Washington Senator Slade Gorton assured the Council in August, 1986, that “Locally, the Navy will provide a large, steady contribution to the economy.” 56 A month later, Ohio Senator John Glenn said the Home Port proposal “makes little strategic sense.” 57 The Port’s carrier pier was formally opened in 1992.

In the 1990s, the Council again addressed the challenges it had faced since 1901. Michael S. Sells, the Council’s effective secretary-treasurer for many years, asked the executive board to meet and assess the Council’s strengths and weaknesses. Ramp up union member participation, increase political education, train better and communicate more effectively, the participants told Sells. 58

This historical overview was written by University of Washington professor Roger Simpson.

Footnotes to Organizational History
  • 1. Everett Trades Council, Constitution and By-Laws, 1926, 1. (3531-001/1/2)
  • 2. Ibid., 9.
  • 3. Snohomish County Central Labor Council, Constitution of the Snohomish County Central Labor Council Chartered by AFL-CIO October 23, 1957: Approved as Amended by AFL-CIO President George Meany, July 16, 1969, 3. (3531-001/1/2)
  • 4. O.F. Wefferling to William Short, March 18, 1922. (Washington State Federation of Labor Collection, UW Library Special Collections 0301-001/9/4).
  • 5. Walter P. Benefiel, secretary, Everett Central Labor Council, to E. M. Weston, Washington State Federation of Labor, August 22, 1946. (3531-001/6/63-64)
  • 6. Robert G. Kaufman, Henry M. Jackson: A Life in Politics (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2000), 49.
  • 7. Jonathan Cottin and Charles Culhane, “Committee on Political Education,” In Political Brokers: Money, Organizations, Power and People , ed. Judith G. Smith (New York: Liveright/National Journal, 1972), 92-93.
  • 8. P.L. Cope to George Meany, April 28, 1958; “Rules Governing AFL-CIO Local Central Bodies Issued February 26, 1973,” 17. (3531-002/1/3)
  • 9. Minutes, April-December 1977, 3531-002/2/33-40.
  • 10. The AFL traced the Union Label movement to the Cigar Makers Union’s protection of the public from unsafe cigars in San Francisco in 1874. The label color changed from white to red and then to blue in 1880. In 1910, union printers promoted their work with the Allied Printing Trades Council label. American Federation of Labor Union Label Trades Department, “Together We Fight” (script of March 29, 1945; radio broadcast), (3531-001/16/????
  • 11. R. L. Polk & Co., Everett City Directory 1906 , 25 (UW Library Special Collections, 979.735 D62 1906)
  • 12. 3531-001/16/??????
  • 13. Minutes of January 18, 1978 (3531-001/11/?????)
  • 14. Everett Central Labor Council, Constitution and By-Laws 1944, (3531-001/1/2)
  • 15. 3531-001/15/40-41, 16/1. Committees, other than procedural committees, do not have minutes in the Collection; their activities are likely to be reflected in Council minutes.
  • 16. 3531-004/2/4
  • 17. The Edmonds, Washington, AFT local was chartered about 1966, and competed with Edmonds Education Association for members from the K-12 schools. In 1998, Sells represented the local in voting for a merger of the two teacher groups. That vote failed. Its records are available in UW Libraries Special Collections, Accession 580-001, American Federation of Teachers Local 1690, records, 1962-1976.
  • 18. Mike Sells to Lon Mayberry, September 20, 1989. (3531-004/1/31-32????)
  • 19. Labor Journal , March 25, 1910, p. 1.
  • 20. Snohomish County Central Labor Council, News release dated September 13, 1995 (3531-004/2/6); Frank Donovan (Everett Building Trades Association) to H. G. Walter, May 12, 1943 (3531-001/6/????
  • 21. Norman H. Clark, Mill Town : A Social History of Everett, Washington, from Its Earliest Beginnings on the Shoes of Puget Sound to the Tragic and Infamous Event Known as the Everett Massacre (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1970), p. 19. Clark provided a detailed history of labor and economic conditions in Snohomish County from the 1880s to 1916, with attention to the Everett Trades Council.
  • 22. Jonathan Dembo, Unions and Politics in Washington State, 1885-1935. (New York: Garland Publishing Co., 1983. (UW Library Special Collections HD8079 W3 D45 1983. Text online https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/handle/1773/16473 )
  • 23. Norman H. Clark, “Everett, 1916, and After,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 57:2 , 57-58.
  • 24. Harry W. Call, History of Washington State Federation of Labor 1902-1954 (), 14-15.
  • 25. Library of Congress http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88085620/
  • 26. Clark, “Everett, 1916, and After,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, April 1966, 57.
  • 27. Clark, Mill Town ,151.
  • 28. Labor Journal , April 2, 1915, 2.
  • 29. Clark, “Everett, 1916, and After”, p. 58.
  • 30. Clark, Mill Town , pp. 228-229.
  • 31. Clark, Mill Town ,230.
  • 32. Hartley’s influence on Snohomish County labor is described in Clark, Mill Town , and documented in Dembo, Jonathon, “A History of the Washington State Labor Movement, 1885-1935,” (Ph.D. thesis, University of Washington, 1978).
  • 33. Clark, Mill Town , 238-239.
  • 34. Alice Jane Kling, “A Political Press: Policies of the Washington Commonwealth Federation” (MA Thesis, University of Washington, 1967), 37.
  • 35. Herbert G. Walter to J.C Mundy, January 11, 1936 (3531-001/1/86). The Washington Commonwealth Federation can be studied in the Robert E. Burke Collection, 1892-1994, in UW Library Special Collections, SCSP 02854. See also Albert A. Acena, “The Washington Commonwealth Federation: Reform Politics and the Popular Front,” (Ph.D. Thesis, University of Washington, 1975). Thesis 23599 in UW Library Special Collections.
  • 36. Jack Higgins to Everett Central Labor Council, March 10, 1937. (3531-001/2/61)
  • 37. William Green to H.G. Walter, November 29, 1939. (3531-001/2/61).
  • 38. H. G. Walter to William Green, November 21, 1939. (3531-001/2/61)
  • 39. H. G. Walter to Frank Morrison (AFL), December 2, 1933 (3531-001/1/?????
  • 40. “Lumber Strike Ends Suddenly in City,” The Herald, December 11, 1940, 1. Details of the Weyerhaeuser suit against the Lumber and Sawmill Workers local are in 3531-001/3/72. Records of the International Woodworkers of America are in the library’s collection, 3120-001.
  • 41. Irving Bernstein, Turbulent Years (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1970), 389.
  • 42. Bernstein, 429.
  • 43. Everett Higgins to Washington State Federation of Labor, May 16, 1957. (Washington State Federation of Labor Collection, UW Library Special Collections. 0301-001/9/4)
  • 44. Henry M. Jackson to H. G. Walter, December 14, 1942. (3531-001/4/????
  • 45. 3531-001/4 and 5.
  • 46. Walter E. Williams to Everett Chamber of Commerce, March 19, 1948. (3531-001/6/7 ????
  • 47. Marple’s Business Roundup, March 6, 1968, 2-3. (UW Library Special Collections, N979.505 MA)
  • 48. The Herald, July 8, 1984, 1B.
  • 49. “Behind the Nord Door,” The Herald, April 21, 1985, E1.
  • 50. Mike Sells to Local Unions, June 11, 1984. (3531-004/3/31)
  • 51. Mike Sells and Gary Weikel to Minnesota State AFL/CIO, July 28, 1984 (3531-004/3/31).
  • 52. Mike Sells to Bill Domarotsky, field representative of AFL-CIO in Seattle, February 22, 1986. Minutes, September 2, 1987 (3531-004/2/22.
  • 53. “Labor mulls a changing role,” The Herald, June 2, 1985, E1.
  • 54. Minutes October 17, 1984, recorded the Council support of the Naval Home Port.
  • 55. 3531-004/1/15. Other references to the Home Port can be found in correspondence and minutes.
  • 56. Slade Gorton to William M. Wright, Council president, August 7, 1986. (3531-004/1/15).
  • 57. John Glenn to William M. Wright, September 4, 1986 (3531-004/1/15).
  • 58. 3531-004/????
  • 59. 3531-004/3/46
  • 60. Labor Journal to stockholding unions, December 3, 1945. (3531-001/6/27)??
  • 61. Microfilm A6311
  • 62. Library of Congress http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88085620/issues
  • 63. R. L. Polk & Co., Everett City Directory, 1906, 25. (UW Library Special Collections, 979.735/D62)

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Correspondence, minutes, committee files, financial records, audio recordings, subject series, newsletters, news releases and other related files.

The Collection is assembled in five accessions. The largest is 3531-001 (1927-1977). Smaller accessions include 3531-002 (1947-1983), 3531-003 (1971-1984), 3531-004 (1915-1998) and 3531-005 (1941, 1999-2014). Few documents in the Collection are dated during the first three decades of the labor body’s history. One exception is the minutes of the News Publishing Co. Board of Control for 1915 to 1920. The Labor Journal was privately owned initially, but in 1915 member unions subscribed the funds to buy the newspaper. (The UW Library has the weekly The Labor Journal from January 7, 1909, to 1978. Issues from 1909 to 1922 are accessible on-line from the Library of Congress. The newspaper may have been published weekly before 1909. The 1906 Everett City Directory states that the newspaper is “published every Thursday.” With that exception, the four accessions in the collection span from 1925 to 1998.

Correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, offers extensive detail about issues, including the views of labor and the Council and the responses of public officials, including state officers, U.S. senators and representatives and agency officers. The bulk of the outgoing correspondence originated with the secretaries of the Council, with a few letters signed by the president. Correspondence in the 1970s to 1998 is particularly extensive, reflecting the initiatives of Michael S. Sells, secretary-treasurer, and Ross Rieder, who managed the Council for part of that period. The names of Council presidents and secretaries from 1901 to 1949 can be found in 3531-001/6/14.

Council records (1930-1998) include minutes, attendance rolls, credentials, resolutions, finances, voting and grievances. Minutes mention union and committee reports, but with little detail. The collection has been organized to provide coherent study of Council procedures, such as grievances, and programs, including the Union Card and Label committee and Committee on Public Education. Subject files include the Nord Door Co. strike (1983-1986), the Navy Homeporting in Everett, and the Council’s participation in the Washington Commonwealth Federation in the 1930s. Files on affiliated unions cover events, labor disputes, and petitions to the Council.

The Council’s files provide significant information received from primary labor organizations, particularly the AFL and AFL-CIO, the Washington State Federation of Labor and its successor the Washington State Labor Council, and the COPE and Union Label efforts in the state and nation.

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Accession No. 3531-001: Snohomish County Central Labor Council records, 1927-1977Return to Top

17.53 cubic feet (16 boxes)

Scope and Content: Correspondence, 1930-1973; minutes, 1930-1945, 1947-1956, 1959-1965, 1968-1977; committee files, financial records, other related files, 1927-1977.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Records stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Everett Public Library, August 04, 1983

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-14/6, 15/37-15/41, 16/1-16/2 3531-001
RECORD GROUP 1: SNOHOMISH COUNTY CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL
1926-1939, 1964-1964
Box/Folder Accession
1/1- 16/2 3531-001
RECORD SUBGROUP A: Snohomish Central Labor Council General Office Files
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-1/2 3531-001
SERIES I : ORGANIZATIONAL FEATURES
1926, 1964
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3531-001
Container List- Box Copy
1/2 3531-001
Constitution and Bylaws
1926-1964
SERIES II : OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE
1931-1960
Box/Folder Accession
1/3 3531-001
Copies from January to December
1931
1/4 3531-001
Copies from January
1932
1/5 3531-001
Copies from January to June
1933
1/6 3531-001
Copies from July to December
1993
1/7 3531-001
Copies from January to December
1939
1/8 3531-001
Copies from January to November
1940
1/9 3531-001
Copies from February to December
1941
1/10 3531-001
Copies from January to December
1942
1/11 3531-001
Copies from January to December
1943
1/12 3531-001
Copies from January to December
1944
1/13 3531-001
Copies from January to December
1945
1/14 3531-001
Miscellaneous copies from January to December
1954-1960
Box/Folder Accession
1/15-10/15 3531-001
SERIES III : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
1930-1973
Box/Folder Accession
1/15 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1930
1/16 3531-001
Bakers, Culinary Workers Copies
1930
1/17 3531-001
Building Laborers and Carpenters
1930
1/18 3531-001
Senator Dill, Congressman Hadley, U.S. Government Letters
1930
1/19 3531-001
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1930
1/20 3531-001
Printing, Painters and Decorators, Pile Drivers
1930
1/21 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1931
1/22 3531-001
Building Laborers and Carpenters
1931
1/23 3531-001
Central Councils
1931
1/24 3531-001
Longshoreman, Meat Cutters, Lumber Workers
1931
1/25 3531-001
Miscellaneous
1931
1/26 3531-001
Printing, Painters and Decorators, Pile Drivers
1931
1/27 3531-001
Outreach Local Unions
1931
1/28 3531-001
Senator Dill, Congressman Hadley, U.S. Government Letters
1931
1/29 3531-001
Legislation, Bills
1931
1/30 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1932
1/31 3531-001
Printing, Painters and Decorators, Pile Drivers
1932
1/32 3531-001
Legislation, Bills
1932
1/33 3531-001
"Do not patronize list" Correspondence
1932
1/34 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1932
1/35 3531-001
Secretary Correspondence
1932
1/36 3531-001
Central Councils
1932
1/37 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1933
1/38 3531-001
Bakers, Culinary Workers
1933
1/39 3531-001
Carpenters and Joiners, The City of Everett
1933
1/40 3531-001
Central Councils
1933
1/41 3531-001
Congressmen
1933
1/42 3531-001
Legislation, Bills
1933
1/43 3531-001
Longshoreman, Meat Cutters
1933
1/44 3531-001
Printing, Plumbers, Pile Drivers
1933
1/45 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1933
1/46 3531-001
Paper Makers
1933
1/47 3531-001
Telegrams, Truck Drivers, Phone Operators, Timberworkers
1933
1/48 3531-001
U.S. Senators, President Roosevelt
1933
1/49 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren
1933
1/50 3531-001
National Recovery Administration: Pacific Woodenware
1933
1/51 3531-001
Miscellaneous
1933
1/52 3531-001
Miscellaneous
1934
1/53 3531-001
National Recovery Administration: Pacific Woodenware case
1934
1/54 3531-001
Timber Workers, Shingle Weavers, Molders
1934
1/55 3531-001
Pulp and Paper Workers, Pile Drivers, Pressmen
1934
1/56 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1934
1/57 3531-001
U.S. Senators Bone and Dill
1934
1/58 3531-001
Everett Building Trades Council
1934
1/59 3531-001
Central Labor Unions
1934
1/60 3531-001
Meat Cutters, Longshoremen, Culinary Workers
1934
1/61 3531-001
Correspondence with President Roosevelt
1934
1/62 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1934
1/63 3531-001
State of Washington Departments
1934
1/64 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren
1934
1/65 3531-001
Bookbinders, Pulp and Paper Workers,Telephone Operators
1935
1/66 3531-001
Miscellaneous
1935
1/67 3531-001
Central Councils
1935
1/68 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1935
1/69 3531-001
U.S. Senator Bone
1935
1/70 3531-001
Barbers, Building Laborers
1935
1/71 3531-001
U.S. Congressmen
1935
1/72 3531-001
Copies of Letters
1935
1/73 3531-001
Culinary Workers
1935
1/74 3531-001
U.S. Government Departments
1935
1/75 3531-001
International unions
1935
1/76 3531-001
Legislative bills
1935
1/77 3531-001
Washington State Legislators, Governor Martin
1935
1/78 3531-001
Meat Cutters, Longshoremen
1935
1/79 3531-001
Lumber and Sawmill Workers
1935
1/80 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1935
1/81 3531-001
Painters, Pile Drivers, Plumbers, Pressmen
1935
1/82 3531-001
U.S. Senator Schwellenbach
1935
1/83 3531-001
Shingle Weavers, Truck Drivers and Milkmen
1935
1/84 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren
1935
1/85 3531-001
Works Progress Administration
1935
1/86 3531-001
Washington Commonwealth Federation
1935
2/1 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1936
2/2 3531-001
Barbers, Bookbinders, Carpenters, Electrical Workers
1936
2/3 3531-001
U.S. Senator Bone
1936
2/4 3531-001
Building Laborers, Building Trades Council
1936
2/5 3531-001
Central Councils
1936
2/6 3531-001
Copies of letters
1936
2/7 3531-001
Culinary Workers
1936
2/8 3531-001
Fire Fighters, Inlandboatmen's Union
1936
2/9 3531-001
International unions and State federations of labor
1936
2/10 3531-001
Longshoremen
1936
2/11 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1936
2/12 3531-001
Masters, Mates & Pilots; Musicians, Molders
1936
2/13 3531-001
Meat Cutters
1936
2/14 3531-001
Miscellaneous
1936
2/15 3531-001
Tom Mooney
1936
2/16 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1936
2/17 3531-001
Newsboys, Pile Drivers, Plumbers, Pressmen
1936
2/18 3531-001
Project Workers
1936
2/19 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1936
2/20 3531-001
U.S. Senator Schwellenbach
1936
2/21 3531-001
Salmon Purse Seiners, Stage Employees, Shingle Weavers,
1936
2/22 3531-001
Stove Mounters
1936
2/23 3531-001
Truck Drivers
1936
2/24 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren
1936
2/25 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1936
2/26 3531-001
Washington Commonwealth Federation
1936
2/27 3531-001
Works Progress Administration
1936
2/28 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1937
2/29 3531-001
Auto Mechanics, American Newspaper Guild
1937
2/30 3531-001
Bakers, Barbers, State Representative Bradford
1937
2/31 3531-001
Boommen & Rafters, Brick and Clay Workers, Bus Drivers
1937
2/32 3531-001
Building Laborers, Building Trades Council
1937
2/33 3531-001
U.S. Senator Bone
1937
2/34 3531-001
Carpenters
1937
2/35 3531-001
Central Councils
1937
2/36 3531-001
City of Everett
1937
2/37 3531-001
Congressmen, Congressional bills
1937
2/38 3531-001
Culinary Workers
1937
2/39 3531-001
Electrical Workers, Fire Fighters
1937
2/40 3531-001
Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works
1937
2/41 3531-001
Federal Labor Union 20532
1937
2/42 3531-001
Labor Relations Board, Department of Labor
1937
2/43 3531-001
Lathers, Laundry Workers
1937
2/44 3531-001
State Legislation
1937
2/45 3531-001
Longshoremen 38- 76, Inlandboatmen
1937
2/46 3531-001
Lumber and Sawmill Workers
1937
2/47 3531-001
Masters, Mates & Pilots; Machinists; Meat Cutters
1937
2/48 3531-001
Miscellaneous
1937
2/49 3531-001
Molders; Musicians; Municipal Employees
1937
2/50 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1937
2/51 3531-001
Pile Drivers; Pressmen; Plasterers; Painters; Plumbers
1937
2/52 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1937
2/53 3531-001
Salmon Purse Seiners, Seattle P-I; Sheep Shearers
1937
2/54 3531-001
U.S. Senator Schwellenbach
1937
2/55 3531-001
Shingle Weavers, Stage Employees; Stove Mounters
1937
2/56 3531-001
Social Security Board
1937
2/57 3531-001
Teachers, Typographical
1937
2/58 3531-001
Truck Drivers
1937
2/59 3531-001
Union Label Trades Department; Ushers & Cashiers
1937
2/60 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren
1937
2/61 3531-001
Washington Commonwealth Federation; Workers Alliance of Washington
1937
2/62 3531-001
Washington State Planning Council
1937
2/63 3531-001
Works Progress Administration; Workers Education Bureau
1937
2/64 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1938
2/65 3531-001
Auto Mechanics
1938
2/66 3531-001
Bakers; Ballots
1938
2/67 3531-001
Barbers and Beauticians
1938
2/68 3531-001
U. S. Senator Bone
1938
2/69 3531-001
Building and Construction Trades Council
1938
2/70 3531-001
Building and Construction Laborers; Boot & Shoe Workers
1938
2/71 3531-001
Building Service Employees; Brick and Clay Workers
1938
2/72 3531-001
California State Federation of Labor
1938
2/73 3531-001
Carpenters
1938
2/74 3531-001
City of Everett; Chamber of Commerce
1938
2/75 3531-001
Other Central Councils; Coopers
1938
2/76 3531-001
Congressmen
1938
2/77 3531-001
Culinary Workers
1938
2/78 3531-001
Electrical Workers, Egg Candlers; Federal Labor Union; Fire Fighters
1938
2/79 3531-001
Initiative 130
1938
2/80 3531-001
International Labor Defense
1938
2/81 3531-001
International unions
1938
2/82 3531-001
Lumber and Sawmill Workers
1938
2/83 3531-001
Machinist; Molders
1938
3/84 3531-001
Meat Cutters
1938
2/85 3531-001
Miscellaneous A-F
1938
2/86 3531-001
Miscellaneous G- Z
1938
2/87 3531-001
Tom Mooney
1938
2/88 3531-001
Motor Coach Employees; Municipal Employees
1938
2/89 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1938
2/90 3531-001
Pile Drivers; Pressmen; Painters; Plumbers
1938
2/91 3531-001
Public Works Administration
1938
2/92 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1938
2/93 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1938
3/1 3531-001
Salmon Purse Seiners; Shingle Weavers; Stove Mounters
1938
3/2 3531-001
U.S. Senator Schwellenbach
1938
3/3 3531-001
Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers
1938
3/4 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren
1938
3/5 3531-001
Works Progress Administration
1938
3/6 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1939
3/7 3531-001
Auto Mechanics; Barbers; Bus Drivers; Culinary Workers
1939
3/8 3531-001
U.S. Senator Bone
1939
3/9 3531-001
Building Service Employees; Building & Construction Laborers
1939
3/10 3531-001
Central Councils
1939
3/11 3531-001
City of Everett; Chamber of Commerce; County Commissioners
1939
3/12 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers
1939
3/13 3531-001
Carpenters; Fire Fighters
1939
3/14 3531-001
Housing legislation
1939
3/15 3531-001
International unions
1939
3/16 3531-001
Laundry Workers
1939
3/17 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1939
3/18 3531-001
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1939
3/19 3531-001
Molders; Motor Coach Employees; Musicians; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters
1939
3/20 3531-001
New Deal Democratic League
1939
3/21 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1939
3/22 3531-001
Pacific Northwest Centennial Exposition
1939
3/23 3531-001
Painters; Plasterers; Plumbers; Pressmen; Pile Drivers
1939
3/24 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1939
3/25 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1939
3/26 3531-001
President Roosevelt
1939
3/27 3531-001
U.S. Senator Schwellenbach
1939
3/28 3531-001
Social Security Board
1939
3/29 3531-001
Teachers, Typographical; Truck Drivers
1939
3/30 3531-001
Union Label Committee
1939
3/31 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1939
3/32 3531-001
Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers
1939
3/33 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren, other Congressmen
1939
3/34 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1939
3/35 3531-001
Welfare Council; Workers Education Bureau
1939
3/36 3531-001
Workers Alliance of Washington
1939
3/37 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1940
3/38 3531-001
Apple Campaign
1939-1940
3/39 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees
1940
3/40 3531-001
U.S. Senator Bone
1940
3/41 3531-001
Bus Drivers
1940
3/42 3531-001
Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers
1940
3/43 3531-001
Central Councils
1940
3/44 3531-001
Chamber of Commerce; Everett Public Schools
1940
3/45 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers
1940
3/46 3531-001
Elections
1940
3/47 3531-001
Finnish Relief Fund
1940
3/48 3531-001
Fire Fighters
1940
3/49 3531-001
Initiatives 141 and 139
1940
3/50 3531-001
International unions
1940
3/51 3531-001
Labor Day picnic
1940
3/52 3531-001
Laundry Workers
1940
3/53 3531-001
Legislative Committee
1940
3/54 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1940
3/55 3531-001
Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees
1940
3/56 3531-001
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1940
3/57 3531-001
Organizer Information
1933- 1940
3/58 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1940
3/59 3531-001
Painters; Plumbers; Pressmen; Pile Drivers
1940
3/60 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1940
3/61 3531-001
Relief Committee
1940
3/62 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1940
3/63 3531-001
U.S. Senator Schwellenbach
1940
3/64 3531-001
Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters
1940
3/65 3531-001
Social Security Board
1940
3/66 3531-001
Teachers, Typographical; Technical Engineers & Architects
1940
3/67 3531-001
Truck Drivers
1940
3/68 3531-001
Union Label Committee
1940
3/69 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1940
3/70 3531-001
Representative Mon Wallgren, other Congressmen
1940
3/71 3531-001
Washington State government departments
1940
3/72 3531-001
Weyerhauser Mill vs. Lumber & Sawmill Workers case
1940
3/73 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1941
3/74 3531-001
American Labor Committee to Aid British Labor
1941
3/75 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees
1941
3/76 3531-001
Bus Drivers; Brick & Clay Workers; Boot & Shoe Workers
1941
3/77 3531-001
Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers
1941
3/78 3531-001
Central Councils
1941
4/1 3531-001
Columbia Power Trades Council
1941
4/2 3531-001
Community Chest
1941
4/3 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers
1941
4/4 3531-001
Everett Trades Building Association
1941
4/5 3531-001
Fire Fighters
1941
4/6 3531-001
International unions
1941
4/7 3531-001
Laundry Workers; Lathers
1941
4/8 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1941
4/9 3531-001
Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters
1941
4/10 3531-001
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1941
4/11 3531-001
Outside Local Unions
1941
4/12 3531-001
Painters; Plumbers; Pressmen; Pile Drivers
1941
4/13 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1941
5/14 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1941
4/15 3531-001
Seattle Central Labor Council
1941
4/16 3531-001
Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters
1941
4/17 3531-001
Teachers; Westman case
1941
4/18 3531-001
Unemployment Insurance
1941
4/19 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1941
4/20 3531-001
Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers
1941
4/21 3531-001
U.S. Senators Wallgren, Bone; Representative Henry Jackson
1941
4/22 3531-001
Washington State legislators
1941
4/23 3531-001
Washington State government departments
1941
4/24 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1942
4/25 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers; Boiler Makers
1942
4/26 3531-001
Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees; Boot & Shoe Workers
1942
4/27 3531-001
Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers
1942
4/28 3531-001
Central Councils
1942
4/29 3531-001
Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett
1942
4/30 3531-001
Culinary Workers & Bartenders
1942
4/31 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers
1942
4/32 3531-001
Health Machine Operators
1942
4/33 3531-001
Initiatives and Referenda
1942
4/34 3531-001
International Labor Defense
1942
4/35 3531-001
International unions
1942
4/36 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1942
4/37 3531-001
Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians
1942
4/38 3531-001
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1942
4/39 3531-001
Navy Relief
1942
4/40 3531-001
Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers
1942
4/41 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1942
4/42 3531-001
Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters; Stage Employees
1942
4/43 3531-001
Union Label Trades Department
1942
4/44 3531-001
Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers
1942
4/45 3531-001
U.S. Senators and Congressmen
1942
4/46 3531-001
U.S. Government: Office of Price Administration
1942
4/47 3531-001
U.S. Government: War Manpower Commission
1942
4/48 3531-001
U.S. Treasury Department
1942
4/49 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1942
4/50 3531-001
Work Projects Administration: Mrs. Miller case
1941-1942
4/51 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1943
4/52 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers; Boiler Makers
1943
4/53 3531-001
Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees
1943
4/54 3531-001
Building & Construction Trades Council; Metal Trades Council
1943
4/55 3531-001
Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers
1943
4/56 3531-001
Central Councils
1943
4/57 3531-001
Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett
1943
4/58 3531-001
Culinary Workers & Bartenders; County Employees
1943
4/59 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers
1943
4/60 3531-001
Fire Fighters
1943
4/61 3531-001
Health Machine Operators
1943
4/62 3531-001
International unions
1943
4/63 3531-001
Labor Consumers League
1943
4/64 3531-001
Labor Day
1943
4/65 3531-001
Lathers; Laundry Workers
1943
4/66 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1943
4/67 3531-001
Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians; Music Teachers
1943
4/68 3531-001
Mine Workers
1943
4/69 3531-001
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1943
4/70 3531-001
Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers
1943
4/71 3531-001
Port of Everett Improvements
1943
4/72 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1943
4/73 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1943
4/74 3531-001
Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters; Stage Employees
1943
4/75 3531-001
Teamsters; Teachers; Technical Engineers
1943
4/76 3531-001
Union Label Trades Department
1943
4/77 3531-001
Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers
1943
4/78 3531-001
U.S. Senators and Congressmen
1943
4/79 3531-001
U.S. Government: Office of Price Administration
1943
4/80 3531-001
U.S. Government: War Manpower Commission
1943
4/81 3531-001
U.S. Government: War Production Board
1943
4/82 3531-001
U.S. Treasury Department
1943
4/83 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1943
4/84 3531-001
Washington State government departments
1943
4/85 3531-001
Washington State Legislature
1943
4/86 3531-001
Welders
1943
5/1 3531-001
Advertisements for Books, etc.
1944
5/2 3531-001
Aeronautical Mechanics; Auto Mechanics
1944
5/3 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1944
5/4 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers; Boiler Makers
1944
5/5 3531-001
Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees
1944
5/6 3531-001
Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers; County Employees
1944
5/7 3531-001
Central Councils
1944
5/8 3531-001
Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett; Everett Public Schools; Civic organizations
1944
5/9 3531-001
Culinary Workers & Bartenders
1944
5/10 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers
1944
5/11 3531-001
Fire Fighters
1944
5/12 3531-001
Garment Workers
1944
5/13 3531-001
Health Machine Operators
1944
5/14 3531-001
Initiatives and Referenda
1944
5/15 3531-001
Lathers; Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers
1944
5/16 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1944
5/17 3531-001
Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians; Music Teachers
1944
5/18 3531-001
Miscellaneous correspondence
1944
5/19 3531-001
National Planning Association
1944
5/20 3531-001
Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers; Plasterers and Cement Finishers; Pressmen
1944
5/21 3531-001
Post War planning
1944
5/22 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1944
5/23 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1944
5/24 3531-001
Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters
1944
5/25 3531-001
Teamsters; Teachers; Technical Engineers; Typographical
1944
5/26 3531-001
Upholsterers
1944
5/27 3531-001
U.S. Senators and Congressmen
1944
5/28 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1944
5/29 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1945
5/30 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers
1945
5/31 3531-001
Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees; Boiler Makers
1945
5/32 3531-001
Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers; Culinary Workers & Bartenders
1945
5/33 3531-001
Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett; Civic organizations
1945
5/34 3531-001
Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers; Fire Fighters; Government Employees; Glass Workers; Health Machine Operators
1945
5/35 3531-001
Free Trade Union Committee; Labor League for Human Rights
1945
5/36 3531-001
Health Council; Infantile Paralysis
1945
5/37 3531-001
Hollywood Studio Strike
1945
5/38 3531-001
International unions
1945
5/39 3531-001
Lathers; Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers
1945
5/40 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1945
5/41 3531-001
Machinists; Auto Mechanics; Aeronautical Mechanics
1945
5/42 3531-001
Molders; Motor Coach Employees; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians; Music Teachers
1945
5/43 3531-001
Miscellaneous correspondence A-C
1945
5/44 3531-001
Miscellaneous correspondence D-L
1945
5/45 3531-001
Miscellaneous correspondence M-S
1945
5/46 3531-001
Miscellaneous correspondence U-Y
1945
5/47 3531-001
Office Employees
1945
5/48 3531-001
Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers; Plasterers and Cement Finishers; Pressmen
1945
5/49 3531-001
Post War planning
1945
5/50 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1945
5/51 3531-001
Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters; Stage Employees
1945
5/52 3531-001
Teamsters; Teachers; Technical Engineers; Upholsterers
1945
5/53 3531-001
Union Label Trades Department
1945
5/54 3531-001
U.S. Senators and Congressmen; President Roosevelt
1945
5/55 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1945
5/56 3531-001
Washington State government departments
1945
5/57 3531-001
American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees
1946-1948
5/58 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1946
5/59 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1947
5/60 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1948
5/61 3531-001
American Legion
1946-1948
5/62 3531-001
Auto Mechanics jurisdictional dispute
1948
5/63 3531-001
Barbers & Beauticians
1946- 1948
5/64 3531-001
Boiler Makers
1947-1949
5/65 3531-001
Bookbinders
5/66 3531-001
Building & Construction Trades Council
1946-1950
5/67 3531-001
Building Laborers
1946- 1950
5/68 3531-001
Building Service Workers
1946-1949
6/1 3531-001
Bus Drivers
1946- 1949
6/2 3531-001
Cannery Workers
1946-1950
6/3 3531-001
Carpenters
1946-1950
6/4 3531-001
Casket Makers
1946-1948
6/5 3531-001
Cement Workers
1946-1947
6/6 3531-001
Central Councils
1946-1948
6/7 3531-001
Everett Chamber of Commerce
1946- 1949
6/8 3531-001
Chemical Workers
1947
6/9 3531-001
Communication Workers
1947
6/10 3531-001
Culinary Workers & Bartenders
1946- 1950
6/11 3531-001
Egg Candlers
1946-1949
6/12 3531-001
Electrical Workers
1946- 1948
6/13 3531-001
Embalmers
1948-1949
6/14 3531-001
Everett Central Labor Council: administration and governance
1946-1948
6/15 3531-001
Everett City government
1946- 1949
6/16 3531-001
Everett Community Chest
1946-1948
6/17 3531-001
Everett Junior College
1946- 1950
6/18 3531-001
Everett Metal Trades Council
1946-1949
6/19 3531-001
Everett Public Schools
1948- 1949
6/20 3531-001
Fire Fighters
1946-1949
6/21 3531-001
Firemen and Oilers
1948- 1950
6/22 3531-001
Garment Workers
1948
6/23 3531-001
Health Machine Operators
1946- 1948
6/24 3531-001
Hotel and Restaurant Employees
1947
6/25 3531-001
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
1948
6/26 3531-001
International unions
1946- 1948
6/27 3531-001
Labor Journal
1946-1950
6/28 3531-001
Lathers
1947-1948
6/29 3531-001
Laundry & Dry Cleaning Workers
1946-1948
6/30 3531-001
Lumber & Sawmill Workers
1946- 1948
6/31 3531-001
Machinists
1946-1948
6/32 3531-001
Masters Mates & Pilots
1948
6/33 3531-001
Meat Cutters
1946-1949
6/34 3531-001
Memorial service
1949
6/35-37 3531-001
Miscellaneous correspondence
1946-1949
6/38 3531-001
Molders
1946-1949
6/39 3531-001
Motor Coach Employees
1946-1947
6/40 3531-001
Musicians; Music Teachers
1946- 1949
6/41 3531-001
Painters
1947-1949
6/42 3531-001
Plasterers
1946- 1948
6/43 3531-001
Plumbers
1946-1949
6/44 3531-001
Post Office Clerks
1946- 1948
6/45 3531-001
Pulp & Sulphite Workers
1946-1950
6/46 3531-001
Resolutions
1946- 1949
6/47 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1946-1948
6/48 3531-001
Sheet Metal Workers
1947
6/49 3531-001
Shingle Weavers
1946
6/50 3531-001
Snohomish County Industrial Union Council
1946
6/51 3531-001
Stage Employees
1946
6/52 3531-001
Stove Mounters
1946-1948
6/53 3531-001
Teachers
1946-1948
6/54 3531-001
Teamsters
1946-1949
6/55 3531-001
Technical Engineers
1946- 1948
6/56 3531-001
Typographical
1947-1948
6/57 3531-001
Union Label Trades Department
1946-1950
6/58 3531-001
University of Washington
1947- 1948
6/59 3531-001
Upholsterers
1946-1948
6/60 3531-001
U.S. Government departments
1946-1948
6/61 3531-001
U.S. Senators and Congressmen
1946- 1948
6/62 3531-001
Veterans organizations
1946-1948
6/63-64 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1946-1950
6/65 3531-001
Washington State government departments
1946-1949
6/66 3531-001
Washington State legislature
1946- 1949
6/67 3531-001
YMCA
1948
7/1 3531-001
Green, Willaim To Walter Williams on Appoitnment of Walgren to National Security Resources Board
1949
7/2 3531-001
Labors League for Political Education
1949
7/3 3531-001
AFL- Rent Increases ( H.R. 8276)
1950
7/4 3531-001
Brick and Clay Workers ( French. R.E.)
1950
7/5 3531-001
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (Freemont, J.C.)
1949
7/6 3531-001
Moto Coach Employees (E.W. Ellis) (Portaits-Ellis,)
1949
7/7 3531-001
Misc.- Letters from W.B. "Barney" Toner to Williams, Walter (Portaits- Friend, Royell)
1949
7/8 3531-001
Retail Clerks
1949-1950
7/9 3531-001
Stove Mounters
1949
7/10 3531-001
Teachers ( Fauntleyroy, Lieut. R.H.)
1949
7/11 3531-001
U.S. Senators and Representatives (Finley, Robert Supreme Court Judge)
1949
7/12 3531-001
Washington State Legislature (Portraits- Freedheim)
1949
7/13 3531-001
Central Labor Council
1947- 1949
7/14 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1949-1950
7/15 3531-001
Corresp. (B-22 Coler Lu Lu Alphabet)
1952
7/16 3531-001
State of Washington Department of Labor Industries- General Safety Standards
1943
7/17 3531-001
Everett Central Labor Council
1953
7/18 3531-001
General Hospital (Building Service)
1955
7/19 3531-001
Letters to and from the Everett Central Labor Council (Part 1 of 2)
1953-1958
7/20 3531-001
AFL-CIO (Part 2 of 2)
7/21-24 3531-001
1951
1951
7/25-26 3531-001
1950
1950
7/27 3531-001
Correspondance
1961
7/28 3531-001
snohomish County Labor Council and the AFL- CIO
1963-1965
7/29 3531-001
Snohomish County Labor Council and AFL- CIO
1963
7/30 3531-001
AFL Unions-Released Information Materials (L)
1963-1964
7/31 3531-001
Legislatrive
1963-1965
7/32 3531-001
Union Information and Corresp. (M)
1963-1965
7/33 3531-001
AFL-CIO Affiliates- Information Material (N)
1963-1965
7/34 3531-001
AFL-CIO Legislation and Puget Sound Excursion Line (P)
1963-1965
7/35 3531-001
AFL-CIO Red Cross Inoformation (R)
1956- 1965
7/36 3531-001
Snohomish County Labor Council-corresp., information material AFL-CIO-Legislation (S)
1962-1964
7/37 3531-001
Snohomish County Labor Council and Snohomish-Island County Tuberculosis Association- education, medical, legislation (T)
1963-1964
8/1-2 3531-001
General Correspondence U (22) - Letters, Bulletins, Newsletters
1962-1965
8/3 3531-001
General Correspondence- U.S. Congress
1964-1965
8/4 3531-001
Work Relief Program
1961- 1963
8/5 3531-001
W (24)
1962-1964
8/6-7 3531-001
General Correspondence- AFL-CIO, Newsletters and Bulletins
1961-1963
8/8-9 3531-001
General Correspondence- Bulletins, Reports
1959-1961
8/10-11 3531-001
General Correspondence- published information materials, legislation
1956-1960
8/12-14 3531-001
General Correspondence- legislation, published materials
1957-1962
8/15-17 3531-001
General Correspondence- legislation, published information materials
1957-1960
8/18-20 3531-001
General Correspondence- minutes, published materials, legislation
1951-1960
8/21 3531-001
American Federation of Labor
1955-1962
8/22-23 3531-001
A- correspondence
1942- 1962
8/24 3531-001
B- correspondence
1955- 1962
8/25 3531-001
International Chemical Workers Union
1963
8/26 3531-001
AFL-CIO Community Service Activities
1957-1960
8/27-29 3531-001
C- correspondence
1954- 1963
8/30 3531-001
D- correspondence
1960-1962
8/31 3531-001
E- correspondence
1955-1963
8/32-33 3531-001
Financial Statements
1955- 1963
9/1 3531-001
F- correspondence
1954-1962
9/2 3531-001
G- correspondence
1954-1962
9/3 3531-001
H- correspondence
1920-1962
9/4-5 3531-001
I- correspondence
1949- 1962
9/6 3531-001
J - correspondence
1954- 1958
9/7 3531-001
K - correspondence
1955-1962
9/8 3531-001
Labor's League for Political Education
1954-1956
9/9-13 3531-001
Legislative
1954- 1962
9/14 3531-001
M - correspondence
1959- 1962
9/15 3531-001
N - correspondence
1960-1963
9/16 3531-001
O - correspondence
1956- 1963
9/17-18 3531-001
P - correspondence
1954-1962
9/19-20 3531-001
R - correspondence
1954- 1963
9/21-23 3531-001
S - correspondence
1955-1962
9/24-26 3531-001
AFL-CIO
1963
10/1-2 3531-001
AFL-CIO
1964
10/3 3531-001
AFL-CIO
1965
10/4 3531-001
A - correspondence
1963-1965
10/5 3531-001
B - correspondence
1963-1964
10/6 3531-001
C - correspondence
1963-1964
10/7 3531-001
D - correspondence
1963-1964
10/8 3531-001
E - correspondence
1963-1964
10/9 3531-001
F - correspondence
1963-1964
10/10 3531-001
G - correspondence
1963-1964
10/11 3531-001
H - correspondence
1964
10/12 3531-001
General correspondence
1964-1965
10/13-14 3531-001
General correspondence
1971-1973
10/15 3531-001
AFL-CIO
1971-1974
10/16-11/11, 12/1- 12/5 3531-001
SERIES IV : MINUTES
1930-1977
Box/Folder Accession
10/16-11/5, 12/1-12/5 3531-001
Subseries A : Minutes -- Everett Central Labor Council / Snohomish County Labor Council
1930-1977
Box/Folder Accession
10/16 3531-001
Minutes
1930-1931
10/17 3531-001
Minutes
1931-1933
12/1 3531-001
Minutes
1932-1935
12/2 3531-001
Minutes
1935-1937
12/3 3531-001
Minutes
1937-1940
12/4 3531-001
Minutes
1940-1943
12/5 3531-001
Minutes
1943-1945
10/18 3531-001
Minutes
1939
10/19 3531-001
Minutes (1 of 2)
1946
10/20 3531-001
Minutes (2 of 2)
1946
10/21 3531-001
Minutes
1948
10/22 3531-001
Minutes
1949
10/23 3531-001
Minutes
1950
10/24 3531-001
Minutes
1951
10/25 3531-001
Minutes
1952
10/26 3531-001
Minutes
1953
10/27 3531-001
Minutes
1954
10/28 3531-001
Minutes
1955
10/29 3531-001
Minutes
1956
10/30 3531-001
Minutes
1959
10/31 3531-001
Minutes
1964
10/32 3531-001
Minutes
1965
10/33 3531-001
Minutes
1968-1972
11/1 3531-001
Minutes
1973
11/2 3531-001
Minutes
1974
11/3 3531-001
Minutes
1975
11/4 3531-001
Minutes
1976
11/5 3531-001
Minutes
1977
11/6-11/11 3531-001
Subseries B : Minutes of related labor organizations
1938- 1963
Box/Folder Accession
11/6 3531-001
Minutes of Central Trades Welfare Council
1938
11/7 3531-001
Minutes of Apprenticeship Training Committee
1940
11/8 3531-001
Minutes, related records of Washington State Federation of Labor Legislative Committee: industrial insurance
1939-1940
11/9 3531-001
Minutes, related records of Washington State Federation of Labor Legislative Committee
1941
11/10 3531-001
Minutes of Everett Union Card and Label Council
1959-1963
11/11 3531-001
Minutes of Grand Coulee Central Labor Council
1940
11/12-11/20 3531-001
SERIES V : FINANCIAL RECORDS
1934- 1971
Box/Folder Accession
11/12 3531-001
Financial reports
1934
11/13 3531-001
Financial reports
1936
11/14 3531-001
Financial reports
1939
11/15 3531-001
Financial reports
1940
11/16 3531-001
Financial reports
1944
11/17 3531-001
Financial reports
1945
11/18 3531-001
Financial reports
1963-1965
11/19 3531-001
Tax reports
1963-1971
11/20 3531-001
Journal of receipts and expenditures
1942-1952
11/21-11/29 3531-001
SERIES VI : DELEGATE ATTENDANCE RECORDS
1925- 1965
Box/Folder Accession
11/21 3531-001
Roll Book
1925-1936
11/22 3531-001
Roll Book
1937- 1938
11/23 3531-001
Roll Book
1938-1942
11/24 3531-001
Roll Book
1943- 1946
11/25 3531-001
Roll Book
1950-1964
11/26 3531-001
Attendance rolls
1961- 1962
11/27 3531-001
Attendance rolls
1963
11/28 3531-001
Attendance rolls
1964
11/29 3531-001
Attendance rolls
1965
11/30-11/43 3531-001
SERIES VII : RESOLUTIONS
1931-1945
Box/Folder Accession
11/30 3531-001
Resolutions
1931
11/31 3531-001
Resolutions
1933
11/32 3531-001
Resolutions
1935
11/33 3531-001
Resolutions
1936
11/34 3531-001
Resolutions
1937-1938
11/35 3531-001
Resolutions
1938
11/36 3531-001
Resolutions
1938-1939
11/37 3531-001
Resolutions
1939
11/38 3531-001
Resolutions
1940
11/39 3531-001
Resolutions
1940-1941
11/40 3531-001
Resolutions
1942
11/41 3531-001
State Federation Corrections (Resolutions)
1943
11/42 3531-001
Resolutions
1943-1944
11/43 3531-001
Resolutions
1945
13/1-13/14 3531-001
SERIES VIII : NEWSLETTERS AND PRESS RELEASES
1938- 1961
Box/Folder Accession
13/1 3531-001
A.F.L. Monthly Survey of Business; Financial Report
1938
13/2 3531-001
A.F.L. Monthly Survey of Business; Convention Call
1939
13/3 3531-001
A.F.L. Monthly Survey of Business
1940
13/4 3531-001
A.F.L. Convention Call; Labor's Monthly Survey
1941
13/5 3531-001
A.F.L. Labor's Monthly Survey
1944
13/6 3531-001
A.F.L. Labor's Monthly Survey
1944- 1945
13/7 3531-001
A.F.L. Labor's Monthly Survey
1944-1945
13/8-9 3531-001
International Labor Defense
1940
13/10-12 3531-001
International Labor Defense
1941
13/13 3531-001
Political Memo from C.O.P.E.
1961
13/14 3531-001
Work Projects Administration
1941- 1942
13/15-13/19 3531-001
SERIES IX : LISTS
1937-1961
Box/Folder Accession
13/15 3531-001
Mailing List, Local Unions
1945
13/16 3531-001
Reports, Credentials
1937
13/17 3531-001
Committees
1945-1946
13/18 3531-001
State Union Label Councils Dues
1954-1961
13/19 3531-001
Credentials
1959-1961
13/20-13/24 3531-001
SERIES X : CONFERENCE AND CONVENTION RECORDS
1906, 1939-1944, 1965-1968
Box/Folder Accession
13/20 3531-001
Western States A.F. of L. Conference
1939
13/21 3531-001
A.F. of L. Convention
1944
13/22 3531-001
Convention correspondence
1944
13/23 3531-001
Convention Call
1965-1968
13/24 3531-001
President Gompers' Report
1906
13/25-13/31 3531-001
SERIES X : ELECTION RECORDS
1939-1946
Box/Folder Accession
13/25 3531-001
Ballots
1939
13/26 3531-001
Ballots
1940-1941
13/27 3531-001
Ballots
1942
13/28 3531-001
Ballots
1945
13/29 3531-001
City Elections Ads
1943
13/30 3531-001
Ballot
1964
13/31 3531-001
City Elections Ads
1946-1942
13/32-14/6, 15/37-15/41, 16/1-16/2 3531-001
SERIES XI : SUBJECT FILES
1916- 1975
Box/Folder Accession
13/32 3531-001
Agreements
1940
13/33 3531-001
Minutes & Proceedings of Second Farm-Labor Legislative Conference of Snohomish County
1941
13/34 3531-001
Financial Report of Spokane Central Labor Council re: money received to support Laundry Strike 1937-1938
1938
13/35 3531-001
Ephemera, including Labor Journal stock certificate
1916-1975
13/36 3531-001
Reports of Secretary
1941- 1942
13/37 3531-001
Reports of Union Card and Label Council
1958-1961
13/38 3531-001
Legislative Bills
1937-1939
13/39 3531-001
Washington State graduated income tax bill
1940
13/40 3531-001
Washington State laws governing women employees
1921-1945
13/41 3531-001
S Supreme Court Organization Meetin, May 1937
1936-1937
13/42 3531-001
Occupational (Fiasco) Rules & Reports
1937
13/43 3531-001
Olympic National Park
1936- 1939
13/44 3531-001
Public Utility Commission
1938
13/45 3531-001
Public Utility Commission
1939
13/46 3531-001
Public Utlities
1942
13/47 3531-001
Public Utilities
1943
13/48 3531-001
Public Utilities
1943-1944
13/49 3531-001
Public Utilities
1945
13/50 3531-001
Lincoln School Case
1930- 1941
13/51 3531-001
Post War Forum, New York April 12-13
1943-1944
13/52 3531-001
Community Greater Everett Defense Chest
1941-1942
13/53 3531-001
Community and War Chest Drive Receipts
1942
13/54 3531-001
Community Greater Everett Defense Chest.
1943
13/55 3531-001
Community and War Chest
1943- 1945
13/56 3531-001
Housing
1942
13/57 3531-001
Housing
1943
13/58 3531-001
China Civilian Relief
1938-1939
13/59 3531-001
Post War Plannning
1942-1943
13/60 3531-001
Presidents Birthday Ball and Celebration, Financial Reports Etc.
1939
14/1 3531-001
Burn the Mortgage Party, April 3rd
1940
14/2 3531-001
Party Nov. 26th Program and Financial Report
1941
14/3 3531-001
Presidents Birthday Celebration
1940- 1941
14/4 3531-001
Presidents Birthday Celebration
1941-1942
14/5 3531-001
Presidents Birthday Celebration
1943
14/6 3531-001
Council Party
1955-1964
15/37 3531-001
AFL-CIO Committee on Politcal Education (C.O.P.E.)
1962
15/38 3531-001
AFL-CIO Committee on Politcal Education (C.O.P.E.)
1970-1973
15/39 3531-001
Snohomish County Citizens' Council
1958- 1963
15/40-41 3531-001
Snohomish County Community Mental Health Board
1958- 1972
16/1 3531-001
Snohomish County Community Mental Health Board
1958- 1972
16/2 3531-001
Health Maintenance Organizations
1975
14/7-15/36, 16/3- 16/17 3531-001
RECORDS SUBGROUP B: CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY COMMITTEES
Box/Folder Accession
14/10-14/61 3531-001
SERIES I : GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE ("We Do Not Patronize" Case Records)
1925-1965
Box/Folder Accession
14/10 3531-001
Bakery and Confectionery and Culinary Workers and List
1933
14/11 3531-001
Building Trades and Central Councils
1933
14/12 3531-001
Truck Drivers and Washington State Federation of Labor
1933
14/13 3531-001
MeatCutters, Musicians Painters and Paperhangers
1933
14/14 3531-001
Zaat Case
1933-1934
14/15 3531-001
Building Trades and "We Do Not Patronize" List
1934
14/16 3531-001
Central Councils Culinary Workers
1934
14/17 3531-001
Meatcutters, Truck Drivers Washington State Fed. of Labor
1934
14/18 3531-001
Central Councils, MeatCutters, Pile Drivers, Retail Clerks, Shingle Weavers
1935
14/19 3531-001
Truck Drivers, Washington Federation of Labor
1935
14/20 3531-001
Bakers, Barbers, Building Trades and Culinary Workers (List)
1935
14/21 3531-001
Bakers, Barbers, Building Trades Council and List
1935-1936
14/22 3531-001
Culinary Workers
1936
14/23 3531-001
Meat Cutters, Moulders, Musicians
1936
14/24 3531-001
Shingle Weavers, Truck Drivers, Typographical Union
1936
14/25 3531-001
Automobile Workers, Auto Mechanics, "We Do Not Patronize" List
1937
14/26 3531-001
Bakers, Barbers, Brick Layers Building Trades
1937
14/27 3531-001
Central Councils, Culinary Workers and Electricians
1937
14/28 3531-001
Lumber and Sawmill Workers, Meat Cutters and Moulders
1937
14/29 3531-001
Musicians, Truck Drivers, State Federation of Labor
1937
14/30 3531-001
American Federation of Labor and Auto Mechanics "We Do Not Patronize Cases" List
1938
14/31 3531-001
Bakers, Barbers, Boot and Shoe Workers Everett Building and Construction Trades
1938
14/32 3531-001
Bldg. Service Employees, Culinary Workers, Lbr. Sawmill Workers
1938
14/33 3531-001
Meatcutters, Moulders, Pile Drivers
1938
14/34 3531-001
Truck Drivers
1938
14/35 3531-001
Auto Mechanics, Barbers, Boot and Shoe Workers, "We Do Not Patronize Cases" List
1939
14/36 3531-001
Building Trades and Bldg. Service Employees
1939
14/37 3531-001
Culinary Workers, Coopers
1939
14/38 3531-001
Meat Cutters 1939- Molders Musicians
1939
14/39 3531-001
Truck Drivers 1939- Sawmill Workers, Typographical and Upholsterers'
14/40 3531-001
Minutes
1925, 1929, 1932, 1938
14/41 3531-001
Barbers, Building Trades Council
1930-1932
14/42 3531-001
Truck Drivers, Stage Employees
1930
14/43 3531-001
Barbers, Building Trades Council
1931
14/44 3531-001
Truck Drivers
1931
14/45 3531-001
Master Mates and Pilots, Musicians
1940
14/46 3531-001
Meat Cutters
1940
14/47 3531-001
Culinary Workers and Bartenders, Coopers, County Employees
1940-1941
14/48 3531-001
Building and Construction Trades Council
1944
14/49 3531-001
Truck Drivers, Teachers, Typographical, Technical Engineers
1940-1941
14/50 3531-001
Auto Mechanics
1940
14/51 3531-001
Building and Construction Trades Council
1940
14/52 3531-001
Culinary Workers and Bartenders, Coopers
1940
14/53 3531-001
Lathers, Laundry Workers
1941- 1942
14/54 3531-001
Auto Mechanics
1941
14/55 3531-001
Building and Construction Trades Council
1941
14/56 3531-001
Auto Mechanics
1942
14/57 3531-001
Building and Construction Trades Council
1942
14/58 3531-001
Truck Drivers, Technical Engineers
1942
14/59 3531-001
Building and Construction Trades Council; Central Councils; other councils
1945
14/60 3531-001
We do not patronize list
1954- 1959
14/61 3531-001
We do not patronize list
1959-1965
14/7-14/9 3531-001
SERIES II : RECORDS OF GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE
1954-1965
Box/Folder Accession
14/7 3531-001
Grievance Committee (Current) P.C. COPE, Chairman
1954-1956
14/8-9 3531-001
Grievance Committee
1960- 1965
15/17-15/18 3531-001
SERIES III : RECORDS OF BYLAWS COMMITTEE
1943-1944
Box/Folder Accession
15/17 3531-001
Sample by-laws and trade rules of local unions
1943
15/18 3531-001
Report of committee and revised by- laws
1944
15/19 3531-001
SERIES IV : RECORDS OF REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
1944
Box/Folder Accession
15/19 3531-001
Registration Committee
1944
15/20-15/25 3531-001
SERIES V : RECORDS OF THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE
1940- 1945
Box/Folder Accession
15/20 3531-001
Education Committee
1940-1941
15/21 3531-001
Education Committee
1940
15/22 3531-001
Workers Education Bureau
1941
15/23 3531-001
Workers Education Bureau
1943- 1944
15/24 3531-001
Workers Education Bureau
1943
15/25 3531-001
Workers Education Bureau
1945
15/26-15/29 3531-001
SERIES VI : RECORDS OF THE RED CROSS COMMITTEE
1942- 1945
Box/Folder Accession
15/26 3531-001
Red Cross
1943-1944
15/27 3531-001
Red Cross
1945
15/28 3531-001
Red Cross Fund
1942
15/29 3531-001
Red Cross Fund
1942-1943
15/30-15/32 3531-001
SERIES VII : RECORDS OF THE PICNIC COMMITTEE
1947- 1948
Box/Folder Accession
15/30 3531-001
(Picnic Committee)
1947-1948
15/31 3531-001
Central Labor Council Picnic Committee
1948
15/32 3531-001
C.L.C. Picnic
1948
15/33-15/36 3531-001
SERIES VIII : RECORDS OF THE SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
1955-1977
Box/Folder Accession
15/33 3531-001
Scholarship Committee
1967-1977
15/34 3531-001
Scholarship- Council EF.T. 772
1955- 1964
15/35 3531-001
Scholarship
1971-1976
15/36 3531-001
Labor Council Scholarships 74
1974-1975
16/3-16/17 3531-001
SERIES IX : RECORDS OF EVERETT UNION CARD AND LABEL COMMITTEE
1938- 1966
Box/Folder Accession
16/3-6 3531-001
Correspondence
1947-1957
16/7-8 3531-001
Union Labor Week Queen Contest
1951-1956
16/9 3531-001
Fair Booth
1956-1964
16/10 3531-001
Items with Union Labels
1957-1959
16/11 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Union Card and Label Councils Ada Sommer- Sec., L.A. Holley- Pres.
1951-1957
16/12 3531-001
Wash. State Federation of Union and Card Council Correspondence
1959-1961
16/13 3531-001
Union Label and Service Trades Dept. Raymond F. Leheney, Sec-Treas Donald L. Oakley- Director (part 1 of 2)
1954-1957
16/14 3531-001
Union Label and Service Trades Dept. Raymond F. Leheney, Sec-Treas Donald L. Oakley- Director (part 2 of 2)
1954-1957
16/15 3531-001
Union Label Trades Dept.
1940
16/16 3531-001
Union Label Exhibition Union Label Trades Dept. Union Label Committee
1938
16/17 3531-001
Union Label Council Fed. and State
1961- 1966
14/62-15/16 3531-001
RECORD GROUP 2 : WASHINGTON STATE FEDEREATION OF LABOR / WASHINGTON STATE LABOR COUNCIL CORRESPONDENCE AND CONVENTION RECORDS
1930-1965
Box/Folder Accession
14/62 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1930
14/63 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1931
14/64 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1933
14/65 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1934
14/66 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1935
14/67 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1936
14/68 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1937
14/69 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1938
15/1 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1939
15/2 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1940
15/3 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1941
15/4 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1942
15/5 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1943
15/6 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor Convention
1944
15/7 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor Correspondence
1944
15/8 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1945
15/9 3531-001
News Bulletin; Federation Bulletin
1945
15/10 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1957-1962
15/11 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1963
15/12 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1964
15/13 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1965
15/14 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1966
15/15 3531-001
Washington State Federation of Labor Executive Board
1963-1965
15/16 3531-001
United Labor Lobby
1963

Accession No. 3531-002: Snohomish County Central Labor Council records, 1947-1983Return to Top

2.28 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Content: Files in this accession overlap and continue those in acc. no. 3531-001. Correspondence, 1973-1981; minutes, 1956-1968, 1977; meeting attendance records, 1950-1979; C.O.P.E. minutes, 1958-1964; financial records, other related files.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Records stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, January 13, 1984

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-1/3 3531-002
SERIES I : ORGANIZATIONAL FEATURES
1973-1981
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3531-002
Container list
Undated
1/2 3531-002
Ballot for officers
1981
1/3 3531-002
Rules governing AFL-CIO local central bodies
1973
1/4-1/26 3531-002
SERIES II : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
1973-1981
Box/Folder Accession
1/4 3531-002
Correspondence
1973
1/5 3531-002
Correspondence
1974
1/6 3531-002
Correspondence
1975
1/7 3531-002
Correspondence
1976
1/8 3531-002
Correspondence
1977
1/9 3531-002
Incoming correspondence
1978
1/10 3531-002
Outgoing correspondence
1978
1/11-13 3531-002
Incoming correspondence
1979
1/14 3531-002
Outgoing correspondence
1979
1/15-17 3531-002
Incoming correspondence
1980
1/18 3531-002
Outgoing correspondence
1980
1/19-22 3531-002
Incoming correspondence
1981
1/23 3531-002
Outgoing correspondence
1981
1/24 3531-002
AFL-CIO
1973-1977
1/25 3531-002
Washington State Federation of Labor
1973-1975
1/26 3531-002
Western Environmental Trade Association
1975-1977
1/27-1/32 3531-002
SERIES III : MINUTES
1956-1982
Box/Folder Accession
1/27 3531-002
Minute book
1956-1959
1/28 3531-002
Minute book
1959-1960
1/29 3531-002
Minute book
1961-1963
1/30 3531-002
Minute book
1963-1968
1/31 3531-002
Minutes
1977-1978
1/32 3531-002
Minutes and correspondence
1982
2/1-2/5 3531-002
SERIES IV : DELEGATE ATTENDANCE RECORDS
1950-1979
Box/Folder Accession
2/1 3531-002
Attendance rolls
1950-1954
2/2 3531-002
Attendance rolls
1955-1961
2/3 3531-002
Attendance rolls
1969
2/4 3531-002
Sign-in sheets and attendance rolls
1976-1979
2/5 3531-002
Roll-call vote summary
1972
2/6-2/9 3531-002
SERIES V : DELEGATE CREDENTIALS
1966-1981
Box/Folder Accession
2/6 3531-002
Membership and delegate list
1966
2/7 3531-002
Delegate credentials
1970-1973
2/8 3531-002
Delegate credentials
1974-1977
2/9 3531-002
Delegate credentials
1978-1981
2/10-2/13 3531-002
SERIES VI : FINANCIAL RECORDS
1923, 1947-1970
Box/Folder Accession
2/10 3531-002
Financial statements
1964-1967
2/11 3531-002
Form 990 tax returns
1947-1965
2/12 3531-002
Bond record
1954
2/13 3531-002
Labor Journal stock certificates
1923-1970
2/14-2/29 3531-002
SERIES VII : SUBJECT FILES
1968-1983
Box/Folder Accession
2/14 3531-002
AFL-CIO Union Label and Service Trades Council
1971-1976
2/15 3531-002
Ballots for election of officers
1981-1983
2/16 3531-002
Coors Beer boycott
1978
2/17 3531-002
Council party
1972
2/18 3531-002
Everett Memorial
1976
2/19 3531-002
Labor Journal
1971-1976
2/20 3531-002
LIsts of affiliates
Undated
2/21 3531-002
Press releases
1978
2/22 3531-002
Local election candidate endorsements
1981
2/23 3531-002
Snohomish County Board of Freeholders
1968-1969
2/24 3531-002
Snohomish County Freeholders election District 1
1979
2/25 3531-002
Snohomish County Freeholders election District 2
1979
2/26 3531-002
Snohomish County Freeholders election District 3
1979
2/27 3531-002
Strike sanctions
1971-1979
2/28 3531-002
United Way of Snohomish County
1975-1979
2/29 3531-002
WISHA lawsuit
1977
2/30-2/40 3531-002
SERIES VIII : RECORDS OF THE CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY COMMITTEES
1958-1978
Box/Folder Accession
2/30-2/31 3531-002
Subseries A : Records of Grievance Committee
1970-1978
Box/Folder Accession
2/30 3531-002
Correspondence
1970-1972
2/31 3531-002
Correspondence
1973-1978
2/32 3531-002
Subseries B : Records of Scholarship Committee
1978
Box/Folder Accession
2/32 3531-002
Scholarship applications
1978
2/33-2/40 3531-002
Subseries C : Records of Committee on Political Education (C.O.P.E.)
1958-1978
Box/Folder Accession
2/33 3531-002
Minutes
1958-1964
2/34 3531-002
Correspondence
1973-1974
2/35 3531-002
Correspondence
1975
2/36 3531-002
Correspondence
1976-1977
2/37 3531-002
Administrative and financial records
1972-1978
2/38 3531-002
Candidate questionnaires
1976
2/39 3531-002
Endorsements
1968-1978
2/40 3531-002
C.O.P.E. Rules adopted December 21, 1977
1977
2/41-2/42 3531-002
SERIES IX : EPHEMERA
1954, 1979
Box/Folder Accession
2/41 3531-002
History of Washington State Federation of Labor
1954
2/42 3531-002
Unemployment Rights of Washington Workers
1979

Accession No. 3531-003: Snohomish County Central Labor Council records, 1971-1984Return to Top

1.57 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Content: Correspondence, minutes, financial records, audio recordings, subject series.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Records stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, August 01, 1986

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3531-003
SERIES I : ORGANIZATIONAL FEATURES
1953-1984
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3531-003
Container List
1953-1984
1/2-1/20 3531-003
SERIES II : CORRESPONDENCE
1977-1984
Box/Folder Accession
1/2-6 3531-003
Incoming correspondence
1982
1/8 3531-003
Outgoing correspondence
1982
1/9-14 3531-003
Incoming correspondence
1983
1/15 3531-003
Outgoing correspondence
1983
1/16-19 3531-003
Incoming correspondence
1984
1/20 3531-003
Arrears letters
1977-1979
1/21 3531-003
SERIES III : MINUTES
1982-1983
Box/Folder Accession
1/21 3531-003
Minutes
1982-1983
1/22-1/25 3531-003
SERIES IV : FINANCIAL RECORDS
1977-1983
Box/Folder Accession
1/22 3531-003
Receipts and disbursements ledger
1977-1980
1/23 3531-003
Assessment ledger
1977-1980
1/24 3531-003
Cash dues record
1978-1979
1/25 3531-003
Monthly financial reports
1983
2/1-2/3 3531-003
SERIES V : AUDIO RECORDINGS
1971-1972
Box/Folder Accession
2/1 3531-003
[unidentified subject]: 4/13/72
1972
2/2 3531-003
AFL-CIO Cope Report
1971-1972
2/3 3531-003
Report from RCIA
1972
2/4-2/10 3531-003
SERIES VI : SUBJECT FILES
1974-1983
Box/Folder Accession
2/4 3531-003
Albatross Productions
1983
2/5 3531-003
Labeletter
1982-1983
2/6 3531-003
Newsletters
1983
2/7 3531-003
Pacific Grinding Wheel
1974
2/8 3531-003
Strike sanctions
1983
2/9 3531-003
The union busters: new rules for an old game. by Elgar Houghton
1983
2/10 3531-003
Washington State Labor Council AFL-CIO. Proceedings of the Second Biennial Convention
1976

Accession No. 3531-004: Snohomish County Central Labor Council records, 1915-1998Return to Top

3.42 cubic feet (3 boxes)

Scope and Content: Correspondence (1948-1949, 1972-1998); meeting minutes (1946-1947, 1977-1998); delegate records (1947-1985); financial reports (1971-1992); newsletters and press releases (1984-1998); and subject files (1946-1999). Subject files include coverage of the Nord Door Company strike, political endorsement records, proclamations and photographs. Proclamations by elected officials include commemoration of Union Label Week (1992) and Worker Memorial Day (1999). Records include the record book of a closely related organization, the Everett Labor Journal Publishing Company (1915-1920), a firm owned by affiliates of the Labor Council.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Records stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, 1988-2000

Container(s) Description Dates
Series 1: Constitution and By-laws
1950
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3531-004
Constitution and By-laws
1950
Series 2: Correspondence
1948-1998
Box/Folder Accession
1/2 3531-004
Arthur Langlie correspondence
1948-1949
1/3 3531-004
Everett School District
1972-1974
1/4 3531-004
Requests for strike sanctions
1977
1/5 3531-004
Correspondence April-December
1977
1/6 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence April-December
1977
1/7 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1978
1/8 3531-004
Strikes and boycotts
1981
1/9 3531-004
Do not patronize list
1984
1/10 3531-004
Requests for strike sanctions
1984
1/11 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1984
1/12 3531-004
Mailings to affiliates
1984
1/13 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1985
1/14 3531-004
Mailings to affiliates
1985
1/15 3531-004
Navy home port
1986-1988
1/16-17 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1986
1/18-19 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1986
1/20 3531-004
Mailings to affiliates
1986
1/21 3531-004
Do not patronize list
1987-1989
1/22-23 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1987
1/24-25 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1987
1/26 3531-004
Mailings to affiliates
1987
1/27 3531-004
Requests for strike sanctions
1988-1989
1/28 3531-004
Mailings to affiliates
1988-1989
1/29-30 3531-004
General correspondence
1988-1989
1/31-32 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1989
1/33 3531-004
Washington State Labor Council
1989-1990
1/34-36 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1990
1/37-38 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1990
1/39-40 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1991
1/41 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1991
1/42-43 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1992
1/44 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1993
2/1-2 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1993
2/3 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1994
2/4 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1994
2/5 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1995
2/6 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1995
2/7 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1996
2/8 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1996
2/9-10 3531-004
General correspondence
1997
2/11 3531-004
CSR Associated campaign
1998
2/12-13 3531-004
Incoming correspondence
1998
2/14-15 3531-004
Outgoing correspondence
1998
Series 3: Minutes
1946-1998
Box/Folder Accession
2/16 3531-004
Minutes
1946-1947
2/17 3531-004
Minutes, April-December 1977
1977
2/18 3531-004
Minutes
1978
2/19 3531-004
Minutes
1979
2/20 3531-004
Minutes
1980
2/21 3531-004
Minutes
1981
2/22 3531-004
Minutes
1984
2/23 3531-004
Minutes
1985
2/24 3531-004
Minutes
1986
2/25 3531-004
Minutes
1987
2/26 3531-004
Minutes
1988
2/27 3531-004
Minutes
1989
2/28 3531-004
Minutes
1990
2/29 3531-004
Minutes
1991
2/30 3531-004
Minutes
1992
3/1 3531-004
Minutes
1993
3/2 3531-004
Minutes
1994
3/3 3531-004
Minutes
1995
3/4 3531-004
Minutes
1996
3/5 3531-004
Minutes
1997
3/6 3531-004
Minutes
1998
Series 4: Delegate Records
1946-1990
Box/Folder Accession
3/7 3531-004
Attendence rolls
1947-1950
3/8 3531-004
Committee membership
1946
3/9 3531-004
Delegate credentials
1977
3/10 3531-004
Delegate credentials
1984-1985
3/11 3531-004
Delegate credentials
1988-1990
3/12 3531-004
Directory listings
1984
3/13 3531-004
Directory listings
1985
Series 5: Financial Records
1971-1992
Box/Folder Accession
3/14 3531-004
Monthly financial reports
1971-1976
3/15 3531-004
Monthly financial reports
1977-1982
3/16 3531-004
Monthly financial reports
1984-1986
3/17 3531-004
Monthly financial reports
1988-1990
3/18 3531-004
Disbursement records
1985-1991
3/19 3531-004
Federal and state tax filings
1971-1983
3/20 3531-004
Federal tax filings
1987-1992
Series 6: Newsletters and Press Releases
1984-1998
Box/Folder Accession
3/21 3531-004
Label Letter
1984-1985
3/22 3531-004
Label Letter
1986-1989
3/23 3531-004
"Working News" newsletter
1993-1998
3/24 3531-004
Press releases
1984-1985
Series 7: Subject Files
1946-1999
Box/Folder Accession
3/25 3531-004
Affiliate lists
1946-1948
3/26 3531-004
Affiliation records
1993
3/27 3531-004
Children's Campaign Fund
1997-1998
3/28 3531-004
Colby Square project: photographs
1991
3/29 3531-004
Initiative 245 campaign: photographs
1957
3/30 3531-004
NALC food drive
1999
3/31 3531-004
Nord (E.A.) Company strike
1984-1985
3/32 3531-004
Nord (E.A.) Company strike: press clippings
1984-1985
3/33 3531-004
Parade float design sketches
circa 1952
3/34 3531-004
Photograph of Jack Gunter painting
undated
3/35 3531-004
Political endorsements and campaigns
1986
3/36 3531-004
Radio Labor Journal : photographs in KSER studio
1994
3/37 3531-004
Registrants at Monroe "Evergreeen" State Fair
1949
3/38 3531-004
Screening committee notes re Everett mayoral candidates
1977
3/39 3531-004
Secretary Treasurer reports
1998
3/40 3531-004
Speech draft re presidency of State Labor Council
circa 1950
3/41 3531-004
State legislature candidate questions
1992
3/42 3531-004
Union Label Week proclamaton
1992
3/43 3531-004
Workers Memorial Day proclamations
1999
Series 8: Ephemera
1977
Box/Folder Accession
3/44 3531-004
Ephemera
undated
3/45 3531-004
The Labor Journal , Sept. 2, 1977
General Notes: Includes detailed story on film of 1916 Labor Day parade
1977
Series 9: Records of Everett Labor Journal Publishing Co.
1915-1920
Box/Folder Accession
3/46 3531-004
Meeting record
1915-1920

Accession No. 3531-005: Snohomish County Central Labor Council, 1941, 1999-2014Return to Top

1.47 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Content: Records of the Snohomish County Labor Council, the central labor council of American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)-affiliated unions in Snohomish County, Washington. Materials include various union organizing campaigns, community outreach efforts, and political organizing within Snohomish County by the labor council.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Charlotte Murry, Snohomish CLC Office Manager, on behalf of Leonard Kelley Executive Secretary-Treasurer

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 3531-005
"We're Taking Back America" - Labor Day Toolkit
2004
1/2 3531-005
Strike Request for District Lodge 751
2005
1/3 3531-005
SEIU Resolution
2005
1/4 3531-005
IUPAT Letter
2004
1/5 3531-005
Protest Sign-in Sheets
2004-2006
1/6 3531-005
CNN Illegal Trading Article
2013
1/7 3531-005
Medco Labor Issue Letter
2006
1/8 3531-005
Snohomish County Labor Council Agenda & Minutes
2005-2006
1/9 3531-005
National Model Memorandum for AFL-CIO
1991
1/10 3531-005
Community Projects
1992-1995
1/11 3531-005
Work Plan Objectives
1995
1/12 3531-005
Karen Willard Representative Campaign
2006
1/13 3531-005
Key Funders for Pam Roach
undated
1/14 3531-005
AFL-Workers Memorial Day
2005
1/15 3531-005
AFL-Convention
2005
1/16 3531-005
SCLC-Constitution Changes
undated
1/17 3531-005
Representative Changes
2006
1/18 3531-005
Providence-Union Rights
2006
1/19 3531-005
Wal-Mart Policy & Practices Reference
undated
1/20 3531-005
SCLC-Community Services Committee
undated
1/21 3531-005
Workforce Development Council News
2006
1/22 3531-005
Port of Everett
2004
1/23 3531-005
Affiliation Withdraw
2004
1/24 3531-005
PaineField Maps & Diagrams
undated
1/25 3531-005
Copier Contract Financial
2002
1/26 3531-005
Letter to Editor
2006
1/27 3531-005
Living Wage Ordinance
undated
1/28 3531-005
Strike Request-UFCW
2004
1/29 3531-005
PaineField Expansion
undated
1/30 3531-005
Prosperity Partnership
2004
1/31 3531-005
Nascar Arlington
2004
1/32 3531-005
Port of Everett Development
2003-2004
1/33 3531-005
Questionnaire Responses Restructuring SCLC
undated
1/34 3531-005
Ballots-Non-Funded Delegate-AFL-CIO National Convention
2005
1/35 3531-005
Snohomish County Labor Council
2001
1/36 3531-005
AFL-CIO Teamster Organizing Leaflets
2001
1/37 3531-005
AFL Programs--Labor in the Pulipits
2004
1/38 3531-005
Legistlative Voting Record
2005
1/39 3531-005
AFL-Org. + Program Review
undated
1/40 3531-005
WalMart Relations Letter
2005
1/41 3531-005
Apprenticeship Program for Schools
2004
1/42 3531-005
AFL-Major Campaign Planning
2004-2005
1/43 3531-005
Depreciation Information
2001
1/44 3531-005
AFL-CIO-Puget Sound Labor Agency Agreement
undated
1/45 3531-005
Executive Board Polling
2003
1/46 3531-005
Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Project Agreement
2002-2003
1/47 3531-005
SCLC Constitution
undated
1/48 3531-005
New Delegate
undated
1/49 3531-005
Labor Movement Restructuring
undated
1/50 3531-005
AFL-Anti-union Campaign
2006
1/51 3531-005
AFL-Change to UFW
2006
1/52 3531-005
EBTA Meeting Outline
1994
1/53 3531-005
CLC Conference
2002
1/54 3531-005
Puget Sound Labor Agency
undated
1/55 3531-005
Davis-Bacon Act
2005
1/56 3531-005
Gas Tax
2005
1/57 3531-005
Commentaries - Flatwork
2005
1/58 3531-005
Commentaries - Univ.
undated
1/59 3531-005
Everett Events Center Correspondence
2005
1/60 3531-005
E-mail Problems
2005
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2006
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2006
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1941
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2014
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2013-2014
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2014
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2013
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2014
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2014
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2006
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1999
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2000
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2003
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2004
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2005
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2013
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2000
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  • Corporate Names :
  • Naval Station Everett (Wash.)
  • Snohomish County Central Labor Council--Archives
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Bone, Homer Truett, 1883-1970 (creator)
    • Cope, Phil L (creator)
    • Jackson, Henry M. (Henry Martin), 1912-1983 (creator)
    • Magnuson, Warren G. (Warren Grant), 1905-1989 (creator)
    • Wallgren, Monrad C. (Monrad Charles), 1891-1961 (creator)
    • Wright, William M (creator)
    • Corporate Names :
    • AFL-CIO. Committee on Political Education (creator)
    • AFL-CIO. Committee on Political Education (creator)
    • AFL-CIO. Union Label and Service Trades Dept (creator)
    • AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council (creator)
    • AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council. Executive Board (creator)
    • AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council. United Labor Lobby (creator)
    • American Federation of Teachers. Local 1690 (Edmonds, Wash.) (creator)
    • Everett Central Labor Council (Wash.) (creator)
    • Everett Union Card and Label Council (Wash.) (creator)
    • Labor Archives of Washington (University of Washington) (creator)
    • Snohomish County Citizens' Council (creator)
    • Snohomish County Mental Health Clinic (creator)
    • Washington State Federation of Labor (creator)
    • Washington State Federation of Union Card and Labor Councils (creator)