Ship Scalers Dry Dock and Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 Records, 1939-1991  PDF

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Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 (Seattle, Washington)
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Ship Scalers Dry Dock and Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 Records
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1939-1991 (inclusive)
1968-1986 (bulk)
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Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Ship Scalers Union and Seattle’s Racial Progressivism in the 20th Century

Copyright by Adam Farley, 2011

Published as part of the Waterfront Workers History Project, HSTAA 498D Winter 2010

http://depts.washington.edu/dock/ship_scalers.shtml

On the eve of the 1934 West Coast Strike, only 1.4 percent of the waterfront workers in California were African American. In Pacific Northwestern cities, like Seattle and Portland, the number was even less. Prior to WWII, many of Seattle’s waterfront unions contained few workers of color, including the Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Miscellaneous Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541.

By the end of WWII, however, African Americans comprised more than half of the union’s workforce. This sea change in the composition of Seattle’s maritime workforce was a result of the migration of black workers from the East and South to the Northwest in search of wartime jobs. Indeed, between 1940 and 1945, Seattle’s black population jumped from 3,700 to more than 10,000. Forced to work in the toughest and dirtiest jobs, African American migrants came to form the backbone of the Ship Scalers Union (SSU), which did not discriminate against its black membership. Essentially, ship scalers were the maintenance crews of the docks, doing the lowest paying and dirtiest work available. Servicing ships below the waterline, these workers cleaned the inside and outside, scraping off barnacles, clearing oil drums and ship holds.

After the war, many waterfront unions across the coast opened their ranks to workers of color, though often begrudgingly. Most unions found the challenge of integration exceedingly difficult because of a historically reluctant white membership. In Seattle, reports of discrimination in shipyards were not uncommon. Al Langly, a black member of the International Longshoreman’s and Warehouseman’s Union, Local 13 in San Pedro, articulated a popular feeling among minority workers: “Most of the whites were scared of the blacks, because we never had any around here and we never associated with them…. When they started to come in, the whites didn’t want to work with them.” Langly goes on to describe active discrimination in Local 13, where there was “a kind of vigilante group of ultra-conservative” members of the union, who “had never been around blacks, or else they were southerners,” and resolved to maintain the union’s white character through active exclusion.

The example of Local 13 reflects a larger West Coast trend. Prior to WWII, most unions had few, if any, African American workers unless there was a segregated auxiliary set up, as was the case among many locals of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers and other unions. As the United States became further involved in the war effort, black workers from the South came to the shipyards to fill the labor shortages created by white workers gone to war.

In most unions, the transition in labor force racial demographics was, according to historian Bruce Nelson, “not an easy one,” but for the Ship Scalers Union in Seattle the transition occurred naturally and without constraint, marking Local 541 as an anomaly among West Coast Unions. As early as 1941 the SSU published anti-discriminatory articles in its newsletter, and allied itself with the minority worker and even “foreign-born Americans” after the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor.

In a 1982 Seattle Times feature of the union, Dick Clever recounted the Ship Scalers Union apparent seamless transition (and nebulous beginning): “Consensus has the Ship Scalers local established in the mid-1930s by Norwegian shipyard workers from Ballard. The Norwegians drifted into the craft unions representing more skilled workers, and the Ship Scalers came to represent, as it does today, those performing some of the dirtiest, most dangerous tasks in Puget Sound’s shipyards.” African Americans in the Northwest’s shipyards were by and large barred from the craft trades, and, Clever continues, “found themselves with the lowest-paying, dirtiest jobs—and of necessity, with the Ship Scalers Union.” This “necessity,” as Clever called it, pushed the union in a new activist direction. From the mid-1930s to 1986, Local 541 of the Seattle Ship Scalers Union articulated a broad political agenda to address specific maritime employment conditions, as well as the struggle for civil rights and social change.

For much of the twentieth century, Seattle’s racial discrimination in employment, schools, and housing echoed the national norm, though perhaps in more hidden ways from those in the South or Northeast. It was in this realm that the SSU found its cause to fight against tacit discrimination in the city. Indeed, Clever notes that “there has been hardly a time when Local 541 was not embroiled in controversy, whether external or internal.” From WWII on, the Ship Scalers Union played an active and integrated role in Seattle’s social history, especially Seattle’s black community’s fight for equality. By allying itself with Seattle civil rights organizations, using its union hall as a meeting place for political activism, and allowing both communists and African Americans to be freely admitted to its ranks, Ship Scalers, Local 541 emerged as a progressive voice and effected some of the most significant civil rights reform in the city, both within and outside the shipyards. Although the union’s social activism waned in the 1960s and eventually dissolved in 1986, it remained an important fixture of the Seattle waterfront and the black community until the transfer of their jurisdiction.

Origins in Seattle’s Waterfront Minority Community

For the Ship Scalers Union, along with other maritime industries, the 1934 strike marked the beginning of black workers’ entry into the shipyards as permanent members of the waterfront community. Insofar as African American laborers found work prior to the strike, it was mainly as strike breakers, and even then only temporarily. What changed during the 1934 strike was that West Coast unions realized in order to be an effective seat of power among workers, there could be no ample body of non-unionized laborers. Under the leadership of Harry Bridges, the International Longshoreman’s and Warehouseman’s Union was among the first to take steps towards integration. In California, Bridges implored black workers to join the strike and man the picket lines, speaking in black neighborhoods of the San Francisco Bay area and in black churches. Reflecting on the strike and his efforts towards integration, Bridges claimed that “I went directly to them. I said: ‘Our union means a new deal for Negroes. Stick with us and we’ll stand for your inclusion in [the] industry.’… [A]lmost without exception, they stuck with us. They helped us. The employers were frustrated in their attempt to use them for scabs.”Although Bridges fell short on the promise for some locals of the ILWU, by and large, black workers were able to gain employment in the West Coast shipyards.

What the 1934 strike began in terms of racial integration on the waterfront and in the Ship Scalers Union, WWII catalyzed. In Seattle, the black population grew by 413 percent between the years 1940 and 1950, and more than 45,000 African Americans migrated to the Puget Sound region to seek work in the defense industries. Among both black and white migrant workers, largely from the rural South, the consensus was that Seattle represented a sort of promised land for employment opportunities, and for blacks specifically, equal employment opportunities. Historian Larry Richardson writes, “African-Americans who migrated improved their lot,” and that Seattle was “the end of the line both socially and geographically. There was no better place to go.” This was relatively true when compared to other west coast cities, but even in Seattle, there was mounting racial tension. At the beginning of the war nearly every wartime industry except the waterfront still barred blacks from work, including Boeing, Pacific Car and Foundry, and Doran Brass, among others. It is not surprising then that most black workers came to work in Seattle’s twenty-nine shipyards and that by the war’s end, 4,078, or seven percent, of the 60,328 shipyard workers were African American. In his history of the black community in Seattle, Quintard Taylor explains the reason for Seattle’s shipyard liberalism:

Unlike other West Coast cities, no major company dominated Seattle’s shipbuilding industry. In addition to the Todd and Seattle-Tacoma shipbuilding companies, the largest in the region, the twenty-seven other shipyards in the Seattle area collectively employed about 60 percent of the shipyard workers. Furthermore, the powerful International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, which dominated shipyards in Portland, the San Francisco Bay area, and Los Angeles, had exclusive bargaining agreements only with Todd and Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding….Consequently, Seattle’s African American shipyard workers were not segregated into auxiliary locals of the Boilermakers union, nor were they denied promotion opportunities….While there were sporadic complaints of discrimination in Seattle’s shipyards, the systematic segregation of blacks that persisted throughout the war years in other West Coast ship construction facilities did not evolve in Seattle.

However, any joy surrounding this integration should be tempered. While the SSU itself did not discriminate, many companies, boat yards, and individuals did, and the excess of workers allowed easy routes for segregation in the workforce. There was plentiful work on the waterfront and for ship scalers, but this employment availability was not a singular victory. Many hiring halls along the coast served as de facto sites of discrimination. Workers could readily be replaced if the working conditions were not favorable (i.e. if they were forced to work with workers of other races). In an oral history interview with Bruce Nelson, black longshoreman Walter Williams of the San Pedro Local 13 recalled that “some of the regular ‘longies’…would say, ‘I’m going to call me a damn replacement,’ if they saw a black guy coming down into the hold. And they would call a replacement rather than work with us.” Seattle shipyards and members of SSU were not the exception to this trend. One pre-war edition of the Scaler’s News reported discrimination at the Associated Shipbuilders yard where four workers were refused the right to work after showing up at the yard because two of them were black. This demonstrates the discriminatory practices of shipyards not only towards African Americans, but even to those who affiliated with them. The article itself is a terse summary, but that it was newsworthy for the SSU paper indicates a growing discontent with Seattle’s racial climate.

When general integration in Seattle did arrive during WWII, it was not spurred by moral justice, but by the sheer excess of work and a lack of laborers to do it. Del Castle, secretary-treasurer of the Ship Scalers Union during the WWII years, recalled with a certain facetiousness in 1982 that the Ship Scalers “got into the complicated problem of unions discriminating, but labor was so short that the King County Labor Council agreed that it was their patriotic duty to accept black workers into their ranks.” Most migrants arrived in Seattle to find the racial conditions better than where they left, but not as ideal as they had hoped. Most came to believe that Seattle’s existing residents of color “had not been aggressive in asserting their civil rights, and thus, claims of ‘good race relations with whites’ were vastly exaggerated.” The tension between old residents’ racist attitudes and practices and recent migrants grew. The migrants soon sought to improve their situation by their own hand, and as Castle articulated, he and the SSU dynamically participated in that struggle.

World War II Activism

For the Ship Scalers Union, the United States’ entry into WWII marked a turning point in activism. Prior to the war, the union did not contain restrictions on membership in terms of race and openly admitted workers of color. Once the war started, the white-majority SSU turned its efforts to aggressively publishing outspoken messages in support of equal rights and chastising discrimination as fascist and “playing into the hands of Hitler.” The December 1941 issue of Scaler’s News came out strongly against discrimination in the shipyards and waterfront unions: “The Trade Unions, together with all other organizations of the people, regardless of race or color, must concentrate their combined forces against the enemies of the Nation!” This rhetoric and call for victory abroad and unification at home can be seen as part of the national “Double V” campaign during the war. Many African Americans felt that a simultaneous war was being fought against Jim Crow laws in America. In 1942, James G. Thompson wrote to the Pittsburgh Courier questioning how Americans can fight in a war against tyranny overseas when “ugly prejudices here are seeking to destroy our democratic form of government just as surely as the Axis forces.” For many African Americans, the fight against fascism abroad was a fight against Jim Crow. The Double V campaign led the SSU to engage in a national dialogue as opposed to concentrating on local civil rights issues. It is clear that the SSU’s devotion to civil rights went beyond the pragmatic integration of many unions and shipyards and indeed, formed the basis of an involvement in civil rights struggles in future years.

In December 1941, the SSU also adopted a “Declaration of Policy on the War Against the Axis,” which was voted on in a regular membership meeting and published in that same edition, calling for:

Vigilance against spies and enemies of our country; rejection and condemnation of all efforts to break up our national unity through Negro baiting, Jew baiting, and other means of dividing us; friendship with U.S. Japanese, Germans and Italians loyal to our democracy; sympathy with the unfortunate and misinformed people of Japan, Germany, and Italy, for we fight not alone in defense of our liberty and independence, but for their liberation and right to democratic rule as well, against their Fascist Dictators.

Throughout the war, the union not only abided by their “Declaration of Policy,” it also involved itself socially and politically on the waterfront by directing other unions to do the same. In June 1941, President Roosevelt signed into law Executive Order 8802, which prohibited discrimination in firms with government contracts, and while this allowed de jure equality, the SSU recognized that many Seattle unions were not acting in accordance. Initially, SSU’s tactic was to lead by example and implore other unions to follow through the use of news articles and distributed pamphlets. One such article stated, “The attitude of the Scaler’s Union may well point the way to some of the other Unions who do not as of yet recognize that racial discrimination plays into the hands of Hitler and slows up our war effort.” The language used in the Ship Scalers Union articles was radical in and of itself, but that the union also donated funds to the American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born, and distributed such flyers demonstrates an extended and almost militant commitment.

As the war progressed, the SSU became more vocal and actively militant about their opinions. One such incident occurred on July 19th, 1944. Three members of the Ship Scalers Union were arrested for heckling the American Friends Service Committee at a public meeting in Seattle. Del Castle, Hugh DeLacy, and Fred Berry, three of the union’s most progressive members (Berry and Castle were both members of the Communist Party) claimed they did so because “the speakers favored a negotiated peace with the Axis.” Castle felt it was his duty as an American to dissent because he “didn’t like what the group was saying.” Berry went further by telling The Seattle Times that he did not favor freedom of speech for “certain groups.” Indeed, the union was able to effect changes in waterfront politics—Castle and others convinced unions to cooperate with communist sympathizers and by the end of the war, King County adopted a fair practices policy before it became state law.

The open social involvement and non-discriminatory practices of the Ship Scalers Union not only effected changes in Seattle civil rights during the war, it also led to a near inversion of the union’s racial demographics. At the conclusion of the war, Van Harrison, one of the first black men admitted to the union in 1940, guessed that the union was “about ninety-five percent black.” African Americans were drawn to the SSU in part because it represented the least skilled positions for the greatest rate of constant work, but also because the union’s policy on admitting new members was liberal and unrestricted. In 1982, Harrison recalled that “you could work for a while on a permit and then, if you had three sponsors, you could join the union.” Three sponsors would not be difficult to come by as the union enforced its anti-“Negro baiting, Jew baiting” policy among its members. In addition to three sponsors, all the application forms asked basic biographical information, the applicant’s address, veteran status, when were they discharged, and how long they worked out of the union hall. The most common reason for refusal of an application was insufficient time as a ship scaler, but usually by the next monthly general assembly meeting the applicant would be invited to join.

Post-War Militancy and Communist Ties

During and especially after WWII, many members of the Ship Scalers Union maintained dual membership in the union and on Seattle civil rights councils, making a web of influence that the union could call on at any moment in a given political situation. This trend continued throughout the union’s history, though their involvement waned in the 60s. An important moment for the union came just prior to US entry into WWII, when the SSU put its efforts towards re-electing Hugh DeLacy for city council in the 1940 election campaign. DeLacy, an English professor at the University of Washington, was a popular liberal member of the Seattle City Council with close ties with the SSU. As a councilman, DeLacy argued for reform of the city’s civil rights policies, especially in favor of overturning Seattle’s racially restrictive housing covenants. Though he was defeated in 1940, DeLacy joined Local 541 because, as one Seattle Times article put, he “sought a more ‘strenuous occupation.’” In 1944, the Ship Scalers Union again supported DeLacy in his election campaign for State Representative of Washington’s First Congressional District, which encompassed Seattle. DeLacy ran successfully as a New Deal Democrat and quickly became an advocate for labor interests and ending public housing segregation. He was defeated in Washington State’s 1946 electoral backlash against many House Democrats and returned to Seattle as a shipyard worker. His final election campaign in 1948 was again supported vehemently by Local 541, as well as other well-known political activists. Historian Quintard Taylor notes that he even published “campaign literature featuring black political activist Paul Robeson.” Although he lost, his defeat was not unique to national trends against leftist politicians. DeLacy’s campaign was outspoken about price controls and against the formation of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. DeLacy marked the peak of the Ship Scalers Union’s involvement in the national dialogue of the era, as the SSU enjoyed a direct representative in the House who supported labor rights and civil rights in the state.

Despite DeLacy’s political losses, on a local level the Ship Scalers Union was involved in city affairs throughout the 1940s and into the 1950s. As early as March of 1940 (before the union was predominantly African American), the union sat a delegate to the King County Civil Rights Committee. During WWII, the SSU sent DeLacy to the Convention of the American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born, arguing in Scaler’s News, “The preservation of civil rights is a vital part of a democratic war.” The union had ample motive to be involved in civil rights activism. Seattle, while it was perceived to be liberal-minded, took nine years to pass legislation on employment fair practices. In 1946, the Seattle City Council rejected a fair practices bill that would have barred restrictions on membership in unions and by employers on the grounds of race. Del Castle, then secretary-treasurer of the Ship Scalers Union, was one of the speakers named in support of the bill who gave arguments at the public hearing. The hearing was so heated that, according to a Seattle Times article published about the rejection:

Councilman M. B. Mitchell, chairman of the hearing, had to rap sharply for order after many in the audience jeered when Howard F. Smith… arose to protest the suggested ordinance….Smith, who half turned around to face the audience from his seat at the front declared that the suggested ordinance’s principle support came from “a group which tries to stir up hatred between races…whose whole program is to sabotage our economy while Soviet Russia is working day and night.

Interestingly, the same rhetoric used by Smith was used five years earlier by the Ship Scalers newsletter in support of removing racial restrictions. This suggests a more advantageous, rather than logical or ethical, form of argumentation by Seattle’s opponents of civil rights at the time. Indeed, this was undoubtedly a trigger of the increased militancy of the SSU and Seattle civil rights supporters. Castle was also a member of the Seattle Interracial Action Committee, which allied itself with other organizations including the Seattle chapter of the Civil Rights Congress. According to Quintard Taylor, the Civil Rights Congress was emerging as an activist organization, “willing to use boycotts, pickets, and demonstrations to mobilize public opinion.” These were tactics the Ship Scalers Union embraced. A 1947 photograph shows a member of the Ship Scalers Union protesting with other black members of various organizations (including the National Negro Congress and the Seattle Communist Party) in front of Atlas Grocery on 14th and Yesler in Seattle’s Central District (see Figure 1). The photograph evinces the alternative stance of organizations like the Civil Rights Council, the National Negro Congress, and the Negro Labor Congress, which reacted against the more temperate legislative and judicial measures taken by the NAACP and the Seattle Urban League. As an involved organization within Seattle’s civil rights conversation, the SSU drew national attention to itself through its activism. In 1946, it received a letter of invitation to “meet with Revels Cayton, National Executive Secretary of the National Negro Congress… because of recognition of the fact that you are deeply concerned with the affairs of our community and our country.”

In addition to being involved in civil rights issues, the early years of the Ship Scalers Union was strongly communist. Many of its key members and officers were either openly and actively Communist Party members (such as Berry and Castle), or supporters of communists (such as DeLacy). These members of the union pushed Local 541 in the direction of militant politics and sought an end to discrimination and reducing political conflict in the shipyards. Berry and Castle were the two most prominent Communist Party members in the Ship Scalers Union. Berry was one of the first black men admitted to the union in 1940, and that same year was elected business agent of the union. When Castle joined the SSU in 1940, he was a white University of Washington student, member of the Young Communist League, and was a member of the Communist Party of America. Both Berry and Castle were officers in the union, Berry as the business agent, and Castle as the secretary-treasurer, meaning together they were in charge of soliciting funds and distributing the union’s money. Under their leadership, Local 541 raised money for the Russian war relief, arguing in the Scaler’s News, “‘what would be our chances for victory be IF THE SOVIET UNION WAS NOT FIGHTING ON OUR SIDE’ – we can readily agree that the collection of funds to help them is a mighty worth while thing to do.” The union’s support of communism allowed them to participate in a more revolutionary dialogue on both a national and political level. This demonstrated that the struggle for racial equality was not just restricted to local affairs, but emphasized that it was part of a larger and more fundamental problem that affected the entire American population.

During WWII, support for communism within unions and on the waterfront lessened, but under the progressive leadership of Castle and Berry the union remained involved in communist causes. Local 541 was also mildly successful at creating an accepting environment of left laborers on the waterfronts of Seattle. In a 1982 interview, Castle articulated his goal to achieve wide support of a Communist Party Congress program that promoted a united and progressive front in the fight against fascism. One of the most evident effects of the SSU’s affiliation with Communists was when Castle was able to convince Seattle unions to adopt a “grudging acceptance of the need to cooperate with the ‘reds’… at least while the Soviet Union was an ally.” This alliance coincided with the King County Labor Council’s admittance of black workers into its ranks, indicative of the SSU’s success in Seattle at integrating communist support with civil rights reform. While Castle was electorally defeated as the secretary-treasurer in 1946, Berry was still an officer in the union until the early 60s. Despite growing opposition to the CP cause and Castle’s departure, Local 541 remained involved in communist Seattle, continuing the tradition begun during the war years.

The main effect of Castle’s election loss was a transition from open support of Communist tenets to a more general agenda for freedom of speech and political equality of voice. Just after the war, the “grudging acceptance” waned again, especially by the Scalers’ international union, the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor (AFL). On Labor Day of 1946, The Ship Scalers Union defied the AFL by marching in a parade hosted by the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO). The Seattle locals of the AFL declined to march because they considered the CIO communist sympathizers. Then on April 2, 1947, Gerhard Eisler’s wife was set to speak at Moose Hall in Seattle. Eisler was a prominent Polish Communist on a tour of the United States, petitioning for funds to aid in her husband’s lawsuit against the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC). Three days before Eisler's scheduled rally, the HUAC barred her from speaking at the hall. As one of the sponsoring organizations of her tour, the SSU welcomed Eisler to instead give her speech at the Scalers Hall, raising more than three-hundred dollars for the couple’s case.

After the war, the Ship Scalers Union was able to retain its communist stance, though the lexicon of supporting rhetoric had changed. In direct response to the House Un-American Committee hearings, specifically the Canwell Committee, the SSU organized a “Lenin Memorial Rally” at their union hall in 1948. The rally was co-sponsored by the Washington State Communist Party, prompting one Seattle Times article to call it a “War Fund” in the “fight against ‘reactionism.’” The language used by both the Times and the SSU in their advertisements suggests a growing polarization with respect to the issue of the “enemy within,” and only heightened the SSU’s resolve to support political unification in the United States. In this light, the SSU’s support of communism is less a direct advocacy of orthodox communism and more of a fight for political respect, intelligent conversation, and equal representation of the citizens’ voice. Still, their affiliation with communism gave that struggle higher and more urgent stakes as representing a more important political problem.

Throughout the Ship Scalers Union’s activism in the decade following the war, their hiring hall, located at 2221 Third Avenue in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, acted as the seat of influence and locus of radical and leftist laborers in Seattle, including a broader community and civic center near the waterfront. Even though the SSU was not affiliated with the CIO, in 1949 they hosted in their hall a convention of the CIO Council. What was termed by The Seattle Times as an attempt “to reunite all CIO unions in Seattle,” highlights the SSU’s commitment to unity among laborers, regardless of affiliation. [46] Later that same year, and recalling the Lenin Rally of 1948 at Ship Scalers Hall, the SSU held a “Public Protest Rally” on October 20th. The rally was sponsored by the Non-Partisan Committee to Defend Civil Rights and described its aim in a quarter-page paid advertisement in The Seattle Times: “For a public protest against the recent conviction of 11 Communist leaders. If you would free the nation from discrimination against minority groups, racial prejudices and fascism—attend this rally” (see Figure 2).

The years 1949-50 were perhaps the busiest years for the use of the Ship Scalers Hall as a congregating place for progressives in Seattle, holding on average one rally, featured speaker, or convention every two to three months. In a follow-up speech to the Public Protest Rally, the Ship Scalers Union brought the defense attorney for the eleven Communist Party leaders to the hall in 1950 just after the trial’s conclusion. By far, the most significant voice the SSU was able to draw to Seattle was that of W.E.B. Du Bois, founder of the NAACP, in 1951. Du Bois, 83 at the time, gave a speech titled “Peace and Freedom.” Beyond the political gatherings though, the Ship Scalers Hall played host to the Seattle Philharmonic and Choral Society who practiced each Friday night there in the early 50s and screened movies in its large hiring hall. One 1952 flyer advertised Peace Shall Win, and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (see Figure 3). In “an era when communists and socialists organized workers with an urgent sense of mission,” as Dick Clever describes it, the Ship Scalers Hall played the role of the Roman Forum, a place for political discussion, social gossip, job opportunities, and plain old low-brow entertainment.

Eventually, the judiciousness of organizations such as the NAACP and the Seattle Urban League won out against the backdrop of the House Un-American Committee hearings. Organizations worried that their politics and methods would be taken as a pairing of civil rights agendas and “leftist” elements, a contemporary euphemism for “Communist.” Indeed, in 1949, Albert F. Canwell, a state legislator from Spokane, rearticulated the notion given by Howard Smith by saying, “If someone insists there is discrimination against Negroes in this Country, or that there is inequality of wealth, there is every reason to believe that person is a Communist.” As a result of the national changing opinion toward communism, the SSU not only distanced itself from communist politics, but also ceased to associate actively with civil rights reform in order to avoid associating equal rights with communism, much like the NAACP and the Urban League sought to do through the democratic process. In a sense, the SSU was tainted by its Communist Party ties and any activism would be seen in that light by a dissenting public. Consequently, vehement anti-communism limited the extent of the SSU’s influence on civil rights change.

By the mid-1950s, Local 541 retreated from an activist role and resigned itself to manage politics that were, according to Clever, “directed toward the ‘bread and butter’ issues” of running the union and dealing with employers and contracts. This is partly reflected in the meeting minutes throughout the 1950s, which dealt primarily with such issues and occasionally mentioning some form of civic involvement. In March of 1955, the SSU voted to donate twenty-five dollars to a strike of electrical workers against the Westinghouse Electrical Company for better working conditions and wages. At the same meeting, they moved to send a letter expressing “support for Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott.” Throughout the 1950s and into the 1960s, there are traces of the union’s imprint on the national scene of civil rights reform, sending letters to President Kennedy and to the city of Birmingham, expressing disgust at the 16th Street Baptist Church bombings. Aside from these notable instances, the union largely retreated from progressive politics. As a former vocal and active participant in local affairs, the Ship Scalers Union became only tacitly involved in civil rights politics when they came up, but was no longer able to be an instigator of civil rights reform by itself.

Decline in Public Activism

In 1959, the union was forced to sell its Belltown hiring hall and relocate to 2313 E. Madison St. in Seattle’s Central District. This move marked a significant transition from Local 541’s public activism in the 1940s and 50s to its last quarter-century of internal struggle and episodes of mismanagement. This is not to say that the union completely removed itself from progressive affairs, but that the primary focus of the union after 1960 was either internal or specifically related to its members. One of the most poignant moments for the union came in 1965, when then president Van Harrison was part of a panel discussion titled, “Are Labor Unions the Lost Sheep of Social Reform?” This reflects not only the Ship Scalers Union’s limited political participation, but also the growing trend of unions losing effectuality in areas outside of strict labor reform. Just one year earlier, Harrison was an idealistic member of the King County Economic Opportunities Board as part of the city’s anti-poverty campaign. The board was a fledgling campaign at best, foreshadowed by The Seattle Times headline about its slow beginnings: “Antipoverty Board Off on ‘One Wing.’”

The SSU’S move to the Central District was symbolically important. The SSU’s new location in the north end of the Central District demonstrated an increased solidarity with the city’s black community in sprit and necessity. By 1960, Seattle’s black population was 26,901, and according to Quintard Taylor, about seventy-five percent of them “lived in four Central District census tracts, and by 1965, eight out of ten black residents lived there – the highest percentage in the city’s history”. It is thus not surprising that the Ship Scalers Union chose to relocate in the northern business area of the Central District (see Figure 4). For the most part, Local 541 let bolder organizations lead the fight for civil rights in the 60s, occasionally throwing their name in as a supporting organization. This retraction may have to do simply with the relocation of the union hall out of the centrally located neighborhood of Belltown, and the considerable size difference between the halls. The new union hall was significantly smaller and lacked an auditorium, preventing the SSU from staging wide-scale rallies or major events in the new building.

By the early 60s, there was growing idealism among African Americans in Seattle, and a reaction against the efficacy of the 1950s NAACP and Seattle Urban League. Inspired by national movements, Taylor writes that African Americans in the Central District engaged in “direct action campaigning to end job bias, housing discrimination, and de facto school segregation in Seattle as an integral part of the national effort to eradicate racism, empower African Americans, and achieve the full and final democratization of the United States.” Despite some successes, the majority of African Americans living in 1960s Seattle were disheartened by failures, especially in relation to school segregation. Taylor argues that Seattle’s minority residents “sought instead to build a community within the Central District free of the economic and psychological control of white Seattle.” It is in this context that the SSU hall location and their transition away from overt militancy becomes significant. At first glance, it may seem to represent a deeper entrenchment within Seattle’s black community, but in actuality, it was a move inwards that prefigured the trend of many Seattle civil rights organizations later in the decade.

Even though the 1960s marked a decline in social activism for the Ship Scalers Union, it remained dedicated to improving working conditions for members, retaining at least some of the vigor of the early days of the union. The most significant event of the decade for the Local 541 was in fact three separate strikes at the Lockheed Shipyard over a period of four years from 1966 to 1970. The first strike occurred between August 25-29, 1966 over a reported dispute about supervision of the SSU being transferred outside the union. On the first day, 140 members of the union left work at ten in the morning to attend an internal meeting about the change in supervision. They stayed on strike for the next four days until a settlement was reached that allowed unionized ship scalers to remain under the supervision of nine-year ship scaler veteran James Wilson. While the dispute was in essence only with Lockheed, it represented a greater theme in the history of the SSU’s quest for autonomous working conditions and supervision. In much the same way that the Ship Scalers Union sought to free the country of fascists during WWII, they now narrowed their scope and demanded the right to work as a unified group within Seattle’s maritime industry under familiar leadership. As a continuation of the union’s activism, the Lockheed dispute effectively galvanized support for solidarity among ship scalers working in Seattle’s yards.

The second strike further reflected the union’s desire for familiar leadership, but this time with racial overtones, signifying a desire to remain involved in civil rights, even if on a smaller scale. In late December of 1967, Lockheed changed supervisors without announcing it to the SSU in order to avoid a strike. Instead, the roughly 170 ship scalers working at Lockheed walked out again on January 3, 1968 one week after Painter’s Union member Rube Plunge was named as supervisor. By January 9th, a settlement was reached that removed Plunge and instated a member of Local 541 named George Walker as the ship scalers’ supervisor. The SSU argument was two-fold: They argued that scalers “were being deprived of their own supervision,” and that the change in supervisors was due “partly to discrimination” because, as the Seattle Times reported, “Wilson and Walker are Negroes. Plunge is Caucasian. A majority of members of the union is Negro.” The fact that this strike was directly attributed to race is important. It demonstrates the SSU’s belief that the equal employment on the waterfront was neither complete nor totally equal. Furthermore, the Ship Scalers Union’s ability to mobilize and support its rank and file to achieve its ends illustrates the influence they still wielded at the end of the 1960s.

Even though Del Castle, Fred Berry, and Hugh DeLacy departed from the union and the Ship Scalers Union moved away from the waterfront, the SSU still supported its own workers and remained involved with workers’ issues throughout its existence. The final strike in the series of disputes occurred in October of 1970, when 175 Ship Scalers walked off Lockheed’s shipyard again. This strike was not regarding supervision, but the computing of vacation pay as well as the handling of fiberglass in the shipyard that became part of the Ship Scalers Union’s contract with Lockheed in July of 1968. The strike only lasted two days and ended in a grudging settlement by Lockheed to pay back vacation and $282.88 to every worker as premium pay for handling the fiberglass. According to secretary-treasurer/business manager Van Harrison, disputes with Lockheed were occurring since 1959 and the 1970 strike represented the culminating point. It also was one of the last battles the SSU fought outside their union, as the next decade and a half would be marked by internal struggles with their international affiliate.

Trouble with the Laborers’ International Union

The Ship Scalers Union’s relationship with the Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) was strained almost from the beginning of their affiliation and culminated in an irresolvable dispute with LIUNA in the 1980s, ultimately leading Local 541 to be dissolved and control of their jurisdiction transferred to another local. Their relationship began in 1956 when the SSU disaffiliated with the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers and sought affiliation with the International Hod Carriers’, Building and Common Laborers Union of America. Initially, the Ship Scalers Union’s motives for the change in affiliation were more or less practical. A Seattle Times article described the SSU as “having been cast off” from the Boilermakers, and “forced to seek affiliation with the Laborers’ International.” Most of the West Coast Ship Scalers unions were at the time affiliated with the Hod Carriers, so it is not a surprising move because the Ship Scalers Union had to ensure its bargaining strength with employers. In their application for charter to the Hod Carriers, the union listed only 400 members, a relatively small and manageable union by the standards of the day. Indeed, the SSU itself was clandestine about the nature of its departure from the Boilermakers. In the meeting minutes of an officers meeting, George E. Flood argued that a letter sent to the Hod Carriers need not be “in complete accordance with all the specific details [of their motives for the affiliation change].” This seems to suggest either a significant dispute with the Boilermakers or that the Ship Scalers Union preferred to withhold information from the Hod Carriers, or possibly only that the motives did not concern the Hod Carriers.

Whatever the reasons for changing affiliation, the Hod Carriers represented a better and brighter future for the members. The 1956 preamble of the Hod Carriers constitution argued “that all human-kind is created equal, and are entitled to the basic human right of providing a living for themselves and their families…. [and] that all people of the earth who labor for the advancement of capital are entitled to an equitable share of said advancement, as well as the right to organize and to achieve advancement through collective [sic] bargaining.” This was similar language the Ship Scalers Union used in its push for equal opportunity employment, and half a decade earlier when rigorously supporting communism. In the mid-1950s, many Boilermakers locals either discriminated against admitting black members or established quotas for minority workers. It was more than likely that partial motivation lay in the SSU’s hopes to have a strong and progressive international to support their own forward agenda. This mutually beneficial relationship did not develop and instead LIUNA became representative of the dictatorial governance that the union fought strongly against during WWII.

Prior to official affiliation with the Hod Carriers, the Ship Scalers Union were disputing with the local of the Hod Carriers. A 1955 letter sent to both unions from a non-affiliated waterfront attorney lists mutually agreed upon terms of settlement that were resolved on February 4th of that year. The dispute was over jurisdiction in the cleaning of ships, specifically how jurisdiction changed depending on whether the entire boiler was to be removed or not. While a relatively minor dispute, it signified a long history of strife. In 1958, the letter was sent again, this time by an attorney of the Hod Carriers, explicitly “reminding the Ship Scalers of their agreement,” who apparently were still performing duties that were allotted to the Hod Carriers. The Seattle Times historian Dick Clever called it an “uneasy relationship at best,” revealing that the Hod Carriers “insisted on collecting half of all monthly dues paid by members of Local 541, regardless of whether the local received services for its money,” which the majority of the time it did not. Instead the fees, augmented by poor management, nearly bankrupted the SSU.

The fourteen-year “irresolvable dispute” with LIUNA, which ended in the transfer of control of Local 541, began in 1972 when the general membership of the union attempted to remove Secretary-Treasurer Van Harrison from office. A generous and involved president of the union, Harrison ran for the joint position of secretary-treasurer/business agent in 1968 and won. The two positions were combined in the early 60s to save on salary costs; this meant that the officer in charge of incoming funds and the officer in control of spending were the same person. In a union without a strong history in bookkeeping, this was an ominous move. As far back as 1955, a Labor Department audit “scolded the business manager for not being able to account for large quantities of cash.” As supported as Harrison was in his election to the position, he was equally desired gone by 1972. An election was held in which Oscar Hearde ran against Harrison in an electoral meeting that was adjourned because of rampant disorder (see Figure 5). Among the charges lobbied against Harrison were: Refusal to allow members to see financial reports; lack of record keeping for receipts; and, most egregious, the unilateral transfer of jurisdiction of work for certain tasks away from the members of the Ship Scalers Union in the shipyards. Harrison was eventually suspended (along with Lucius “Lucky” Jackson), but LIUNA backed Harrison and Jackson by invoking a technicality of the union’s by-laws and reinstated them both in 1973 (see Figure 6). [76] LIUNA’s heavy-handed action of the Harrison-Jackson affair marked the beginning of the SSU’s struggle for management of its own affairs. After a series of hearings in 1973, most of the rank and file was disillusioned with LIUNA, and many, including Hearde, retreated from union politics. In the remaining years of the decade, as far as most members were concerned, the union was reduced to a hiring hall.

The 1980s marked the total decline and fall of the Ship Scalers Union. In 1980, another reform candidacy was attempted when Bob Barnes, a younger, white member of the union, convinced Hearde to run again. Together they ran for the respective positions of secretary treasurer and business agent on a platform of reform, arguing it was poor accounting to have the positions combined. These claims were not unfounded. A 1979 audit of the union’s financial records revealed $13,750.78 missing from Harrison’s books and union funds. Eventually the union was reimbursed for the missing funds by the corporation which bonded with Harrison and produced a check specifically noted “for loss caused by Van Harrison.” Together Heard and Barnes advocated for change in the union’s internal affairs by calling for more accountability. Again, their election was contested by the LIUNA-backed Harrison and began a six-year battle of court cases in which the SSU continued to seek more independence from LIUNA, which was having its own international officers indicted on racketeering charges in Washington D. C. The series of court cases brought the union into further financial despair, and paired with the economic troubles in Seattle industries in the 80s, directly contributed to the end of the union.

In 1980, the union listed a total of 837 members with roughly ninety percent of them working, but by 1986, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer noted that membership dropped by a third “to 550, with less than half working.” Waning membership and hard economic times caused the union to fall behind in payments to various creditors as well as LIUNA, who said that Local 541 stopped paying dues in 1984. Finally in May of 1986, LIUNA suspended Local 541 for “failing to pay $60,000 in affiliation fees and pension contributions” and for owing upwards of $135,000 to its creditors. In April, 1986, Oscar Hearde published the article, “An urgent appeal to Seattle Citizens for help” in The Facts, a Central District progressive newspaper. In it, Hearde attributed the union’s financial failures of the union specifically to the “Reagan Administration,” arguing that Reagan “failed to send enough work to the shipyards in the Northwest to supply the work necessary to keep our membership employed.” The appeal was to raise money to keep the SSU in Seattle, but ultimately the union was forced to sell its E. Madison headquarters to pay their debts and control of the union was subsequently transferred to Local 252 in Tacoma. Despite its lackluster finale, the Ship Scalers Union was dissolved amid controversy that existed since the union’s founding in the mid-1930s. In his appeal, Hearde wrote that the Ship Scalers Union possessed “a long history of being the most integrated, industrial Union of the Northwest,” and it is “one of the only Unions in the Northwest willing to stand up for the rights of our membership against what we consider to be the dictatorial powers of the International.”

Conclusion: Pablo O’Higgins Mural and Martin Luther King Jr. Way

Despite Local 541’s shortcomings in its later years as a financial institution, it managed to leave a lasting impression on the soul of Seattle’s civil rights movement and in the corpus of the city. According to Del Castle, the early years of the union were led by idealists and was among the first to “challenge housing discrimination and prompted the first lunch-counter ‘sit-ins’ in the city.” Beyond these policy and social changes though, there are two highly recognizable and visible physical remnants of the SSU’s impact in Seattle: A commissioned mural which still hangs in the city and the changing of a street name which runs through Seattle’s Central District.

1945 perhaps marked the highest union accomplishment in their involvement with the national dialogue. Mexican muralist Pablo O’Higgins agreed to paint a mural depicting the SSU’s history as a strongly anti-racist, anti-discriminatory, and progressive force in social politics. O’Higgins was in Seattle on the invitation of a University of Washington faculty member to give a visiting workshop on fresco painting at the university. Union officials who were familiar with his fresco work in Mexico approached him and asked him to do a mural for the auditorium of their Belltown union hall. According to O’Higgins, “It will portray the struggle against racial discrimination and the unity of international labor as one of the most important developments for future peace.” O’Higgins solicited opinions from members of the union about what should be included in the mural and “for three weeks before I even planned this mural… I went out to the shipyards and talked to the workers—got their ideas and suggestions as to what they would like.” Del Castle himself is portrayed in the mural in the lower right-hand corner, “whimsically” sporting a hammer and sickle on his lapel (see Figure 7).

The 58-foot, thirteen-panel mural marked the peak of the union’s involvement and its history in many ways parallels the history of the SSU. When the union was forced to move out of Belltown in 1959, the mural was donated to the University of Washington and lost until February of 1975, when it was discovered in an outdoor storage area on the university’s campus. After a series of ownership disputes that lasted until 1977, the mural was to be placed at the Chicano cultural center El Centro de la Raza in Beacon Hill. The transfer would be effected once El Centro could raise enough money to have the panels transported there and ensure preservation safety in their building. Until then, the mural was to hang in Kane Hall, the main auditorium building at the University of Washington. The agreement between the University of Washington and El Centro was that the UW would pay for restoration costs, and El Centro would pay for transportation and new fixtures for their building. It seems that El Centro did not raise enough money as the mural is still hanging today on the second floor of Kane Hall on the university’s campus. The mural itself depicts the SSU at its most active period of history and is representative of the SSU’s social involvement and publicity by containing, according to Clever, “all the clichés and idealized visions of the revolution that Castle and others had hoped would spread to American shores.” That the mural remains visible to the public today is a testament to the Ship Scalers Union early and militant social commitment.

The final bout of the Ship Scalers Union came in 1982 with the city-wide controversy over the change in name of Seattle’s Empire Way to Martin Luther King Jr. Way. The Ship Scalers Union was central to the organization boycotting Empire Way stores that opposed the name change and ultimately proved successful for signing the bill into law. In the summer of 1982, the Seattle City Council approved a motion to change the name of Empire Way, a major South End and Central District arterial. The vote was cast and the name change would be signed into law and take effect later that year. In between the council vote and signing it into law, many merchants on the eight-mile stretch of road formed the Empire Way Merchants’ Association in protest and lobbied the city not to change the name on the grounds of the financial burdens it would cause the stores to change their stationary and signs, and the city to change its street signs.

In direct response to the Association, many Central District residents formed the Coalition for Respect and began boycotting Association stores. The Ship Scalers Union acted as liaison of the Coalition, issuing press releases, flyers, and aiding in organizing boycotts. The contention over MLK Way was one of the most important local issues of the 80s, in part because it affected so many merchants, but primarily because of what it revealed about Seattle’s racial myopia. In fact, violence began at one boycott in early September, 1982 when patrons and the owner of the Empire Way Tavern began verbally harassing picketers. According to a Coalition press release in The Facts, “the tavern owner shouted racist insults, made other threatening and argumentative remarks, and pushed one African American woman. She then punched a white male picketer in the face, knocking off his glasses, and called him a ‘White nigger.’” While the rhetoric was more tempered by the Coalition, their charges were not insubstantial. In one SSU flyer, the union argued, “It really gets down to some people just not wanting a street in front of their place named after a Black man…. This attitude, which is at the root of the movement to block the name change, displays a total lack of sensitivity to the fact that much of the money these merchants take is from Blacks and others who Dr. King spoke for.” Eventually, the bill was signed into law and the street was renamed, though it is doubtful such a victory was possible without the aid of the Coalition for Respect and the Ship Scalers Union’s resurgent activism amid the city’s growing complacency regarding discrimination.

Through its periods of advocacy, the union seemed to maintain sight of its original values, preserving that rhetoric in all progressive stances it took. In the end, the union was unable to make a comeback from years of mismanagement and its disputes with LIUNA, but Local 541 of the Ship Scalers Union presented Seattle with a challenge to change its atrophied stance toward race relations during its effectual fifty-year history. Through its militancy and progressive voices, the SSU contributed to a lasting alteration of Seattle’s racial climate. The union’s activism signifies something beyond the gestalt of its members; it highlights the racial struggles Seattle and the nation underwent throughout the 20th century and causes a re-evaluated imagining of Seattle’s progressivism. Even though the Ship Scalers Union itself was neglected in its later years by its international, the SSU continued to subvert Seattle’s refusal to acknowledge its own minority residents.

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Accession No. 4571-001: Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 (Seattle, Washington) Records, 1939-1991Return to Top

16 cubic feet (16 boxes)

Scope and Content: The Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 (Seattle, Washington) Records, Accession 4571-001, ranges in date from 1939 to 1991. The accession consists of records of the union during that time. Included are Constitutions, Charters, Pre-ambles, and Bylaws of the union; financial records including internal accounting, tax documents, and audit records; correspondence and contract negotiations; subject files on elections, membership issues, community activism, safety committees and efforts, the Pablo O'Higgins Mural, publications related to the union, workers Robert J. "Bob" Stanley, Cossie Burrus, and Michael C. "Chris" Wells, all of whom died on the job due to sub-par safety standards and efforts, and the strike at Northwest Tank Service; Discrimination files with special historical significance, documenting collective action taken against a racist and sexist supervisor by a group of largely African American women workers in 1944; legal files documenting internal legal struggles, along with litigation against the Laborers' International Union of North America and various employers; restricted member files and files on employees of the local; and employer files documenting working conditions and contract enforcement. Also included in the collection are photographs, posters, and elections materials.

Restrictions on Access: Case files of members in boxes 12-14 are to be used only by researchers who sign a statement agreeing not to disclose identities of members documented in such files.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Bob Barnes, May 7, 1996.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-1/17 4571-001
Series I: Constitution, Charter, Preamble and By-Laws,
1955-1986
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 4571-001
Local 541 Bylaws Committee
1955-1981
1/2 4571-001
Local 541 Bylaws Committee
1955-1981
1/3 4571-001
Articles of Incorporation of Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation
1956-1956
1/4 4571-001
Photocopy: Application for Charter to the International HOD Carriers', Building and Common Laborers' Union of America, AFL
1956-1956
1/5 4571-001
Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation: Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws
1956-1956
1/6 4571-001
Photocopy: Constitutions of the International Hod Carriers' Building and Common Laborers' Union of America: Local Unions, District Councils, Ritual
1956-1956
1/7 4571-001
1973 Election Results and Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation: Bylaws, Resolutions, Installation of Officers Oath
1956-1973
1/8 4571-001
Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation: Articles of Incorporation, Contracts, Invoices, Memoranda, Bank Statements, Bylaws, Elections, Minutes
1956-1974
1/9 4571-001
Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation: Articles of Incorporation and Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1956-1979
1/10 4571-001
Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation: Articles of Incorporation and Correspondence with the Secretary of State's Office
1956-1980
1/11 4571-001
Seattle Metal Trades Council: Amendment: Item 10, Article 11--"Dirty Work"
1958-1958
1/12 4571-001
Constitutions, Labor Law, Press: Tensions with Laborers' International Union of North America
1972-1984
1/13 4571-001
Constitutions, Bylaws, Rules of Order, and Notes: International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
1977-1986
1/14 4571-001
Grant Proposal: "New Directions Program" Occupational Safety & Health Training; Union Constitution Booklet
1981-1983
1/15 4571-001
Contract Negotiations: Pacific Coast Metal Trades District Council
1982-1982
1/16 4571-001
Contract: Washington State Boat Builders and Associates, Inc. and Pacific Coast Metal Trades District Council and the Seattle and Tacoma Metal Trades Councils
1983-1983
1/17 4571-001
Constitution: Inlandboatmen's Union of the Pacific
1985-1985
1/18-3/13 4571-001
Series II: Minutes,
1939-1986
Box/Folder Accession
1/18-1/20 4571-001
Subseries A: Regular Membership Meeting Minutes,
1939-1986
Box/Folder Accession
1/18 4571-001
Minutes: March 1939-December 1941
1939-1941
1/19 4571-001
Membership Meeting Minutes
1979-1979
1/20 4571-001
Hand-Written Meeting Minutes
1986-1986
1/21 4571-001
Subseries B: International General Executive Board Meeting Minutes,
1980-1981
Box/Folder Accession
1/21 4571-001
Correspondence and Minutes: Special Meeting of the International Union General Executive Board
1980-1981
1/22-1/25 4571-001
Subseries C: Local Executive Board Meeting Minutes,
1943-1982
Box/Folder Accession
1/22 4571-001
Local Executive Board: Meeting Minutes, Case Against Rex Ricardo, Jr., Trial Board, Leaflets, and Insurance Documents
1943-1966
1/23 4571-001
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1954-1954
1/24 4571-001
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1979-1980
1/25 4571-001
Personal Minutes: Executive Board Meetings
1981-1982
1/26-3/2 4571-001
Subseries D: Combined Executive Board, Regular Membership Meeting, Special Meeting, and Benevolent Corporation Meeting Minutes,
1955-1986
Box/Folder Accession
1/26 4571-001
Executive Board and Regular Meeting Minutes
1955-1955
1/27 4571-001
Executive Board and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1956-1956
1/28 4571-001
Executive Board and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1956-1956
1/29 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1957-1957
1/30 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1957-1957
1/31 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1958-1958
1/32 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1958-1958
1/33 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1959-1959
1/34 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1959-1959
1/35 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1960-1960
1/36 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1960-1960
1/37 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1961-1961
2/1 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1961-1961
2/2 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1962-1962
2/3 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1962-1962
2/4 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1963-1963
2/5 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1963-1963
2/6 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1964-1964
2/7 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1964-1964
2/8 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1965-1965
2/9 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1965-1965
2/10 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1966-1966
2/11 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1966-1966
2/12 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1967-1967
2/13 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1967-1967
2/14 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: January-June
1968-1968
2/15 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes: July-December
1968-1968
2/16 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1969-1969
2/17 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1970-1970
2/18 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1971-1971
2/19 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1972-1972
2/20 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1973-1973
2/21 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1974-1974
2/22 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1975-1975
2/23 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1976-1976
2/24 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1977-1977
2/25 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1978-1979
2/26 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1978-1980
2/27 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1980-1980
2/28 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1981-1981
2/29 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1982-1982
3/1 4571-001
Executive Board, Special, and Regular Meeting Minutes
1983-1986
3/2 4571-001
Meeting Minutes: General, Executive Board, Benevolent Corporation
1966-1973
3/3-3/8 4571-001
Subseries E: Membership, Repair and Safety Committees: Meeting Minutes,
1950-1974
Box/Folder Accession
3/3 4571-001
Membership Committee Meeting Minutes
1950-1953
3/4 4571-001
Marine Construction and Repair Panel Committee Meeting Minutes
1964-1965
3/5 4571-001
Puget Sound Bridge and Dry Dock Company: Safety Committee Meeting Minutes
1963-1965
3/6 4571-001
Lake Union Dry Dock Company: Safety Committee Meeting Minutes
1963-1967
3/7 4571-001
Todd Shipyards Corporation: Labor-Management Safety Committee Meeting Minutes
1963-1974
3/8 4571-001
Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company: Plant Safety Committee Meeting Minutes
1965-1967
3/9-3/12 4571-001
Subseries F: Seattle Metal Trades Council Meeting Minutes,
1955-1985
Box/Folder Accession
3/9 4571-001
Seattle Metal Trades Council: Meeting Minutes, Correspondence, and By-Laws
1955-1980
3/10 4571-001
Seattle Metal Trades Council Meeting Minutes
1963-1967
3/11 4571-001
Board of Trustees: Pacific Coast Shipyard Metal Trades Trust Fund: Meeting Minutes
1967-1967
3/12 4571-001
Metal Trades Council Special Meeting: Lockheed Shipbuilding Company Direct Misassignment of Work
1985-1985
3/13 4571-001
Subseries G: Northwest Employees Retirement Fund Meeting Minutes,
1963-1967
Box/Folder Accession
3/13 4571-001
Northwest Employees Retirement Plan Meeting Minutes
1963-1967
3/14-3/23; 16/3; 3/24; 16/4; 3/25-3/31; 16/2; 3/32-3/37; 16/1; 3/38-3/42; 16/6; 3/43-4/57 4571-001
Series III: Financial Records,
1946-1988
Box/Folder Accession
3/14-3/23; 16/3; 3/24; 16/4; 3/25-3/31; 16/2; 3/32-3/37; 16/1; 3/38-3/42; 16/6; 3/43-4/24 4571-001
Subseries A: Internal Financial Records,
1946-1988
Box/Folder Accession
3/14 4571-001
Financial Records, Press, and Correspondence
1946-1987
3/15 4571-001
Financial Records: Resolutions and Authorizations: Fiduciary Responsibility
1955-1974
3/16 4571-001
Financial Records: Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation
1955-1965
3/17 4571-001
Bylaws, Benevolent Association Incorporation Documents, Real Estate Contract, Bank Documents
1956-1987
3/18 4571-001
Financial Statements and Reports by John L. O'Brien and Company: Certified Public Accountants (1 of 2)
1958-1983
3/19 4571-001
Financial Statements and Reports by John L. O'Brien and Company: Certified Public Accountants (2 of 2)
1958-1983
3/20 4571-001
Financial Records: Internal Financial Management and Audits
1962-1983
3/21 4571-001
Financial: Statements, Correspondence, and Invoices
1962-1986
3/22 4571-001
Building Lease and Executive Board Correspondence, Insurance Claims, and Financial Documents
1962-1968
3/23 4571-001
Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation: Documents Related to the Purchase of Building at 2311, 2313, and 2315 East Madison Street, Seattle, Washington
1962-1963
16/3 4571-001
Ledger
1962-1964
3/24 4571-001
Strike at Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company; Deceased Members Lists; Financial Statements; Contract Negotiations
1965-1967
16/4 4571-001
Ledger
1966-1970
3/25 4571-001
Pay Rates
1966-1980
3/26 4571-001
Financial Records
1967-1978
3/27 4571-001
Executive Board Minutes; Forest E. Hilton Dues
1968-1975
3/28 4571-001
Dues Increases
1968-1985
3/29 4571-001
Non-Participation Struggle: International Union Pension Fund
1968-1983
3/30 4571-001
Correspondence Regarding Savings Account: Peoples National Bank of Washington
1968-1977
3/31 4571-001
Policy on Educational Conferences and Trustee Expense Voucher
1969-1980
16/2 4571-001
Ledger
1971-1973
3/32 4571-001
Financial Reports
1972-1972
3/33 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1972-1975
3/34 4571-001
International Financial Report on Local 541
1973-1973
3/35 4571-001
International Financial Report on Local 541
1973-1973
3/36 4571-001
Transaction Registers
1973-1976
3/37 4571-001
Cash Balancing Report: Local 541
1974-1974
16/1 4571-001
Ledger
1974-1976
3/38 4571-001
Financial Statements: Retirement Fund; Legal Fees for Charter Revocation Services
1974-1986
3/39 4571-001
Dispatches to Lockheed Shipyard
1975-1975
3/40 4571-001
U.S. Department of Labor: Labor Organization Annual Report: Form LM-2
1975-1979
3/41 4571-001
Dispatches to Todd Shipyard (1 of 2)
1975-1977
3/42 4571-001
Dispatches to Todd Shipyard (2 of 2)
1975-1977
16/6 4571-001
Financial Report
1975-1975
3/43 4571-001
Financial Records
1976-1988
3/44 4571-001
Correspondence: Delinquent Members
1976-1980
3/45 4571-001
Records of Dispatches to Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction
1976-1976
3/46 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1976-1976
3/47 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1977-1977
3/48 4571-001
Records of Dispatches to Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction
1977-1978
3/49 4571-001
Financial Statements: Receipts and Disbursements
1977-1980
3/50 4571-001
Sale of Property at 2313 East Madison in Seattle, WA
1977-1986
3/51 4571-001
Correspondence and Financial Statement: Northwest Employees Retirement Plan Trust Fund
1977-1979
3/52 4571-001
Ledger
1978-1980
3/53 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1978-1978
3/54 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1979-1979
3/55 4571-001
Checks to Edwina Fields from Local 541
1979-1979
3/56 4571-001
Meeting Minutes, Correspondence, Pay and Dues Records for Yvonne Quiroga
1979-1984
3/57 4571-001
Photocopies of Ledger
1979-1980
3/58 4571-001
Van T. Harrison: Correspondence with Fishing Vessels Owners and Duwamish Shipyard, Inc. Regarding Member Non-Payment of Dues
1979-1980
4/1 4571-001
Salary Information for International Officers
1980-1980
4/2 4571-001
Van T. Harrison: Correspondence with Employers Regarding Member Non-Payment of Dues
1980-1980
4/3 4571-001
Receipt for Rubber Stamp
1980-1980
4/4 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements: First and Second Quarter
1980-1980
4/5 4571-001
Monthly Reports of Income and Disbursements
1981-1983
4/6 4571-001
Letter to Oscar Hearde from Lustun House, et al Protesting Use of Local Funds for Personal Attorney Fees
1981-1981
4/7 4571-001
Correspondence, Petitions, and Press: Financial Responsibility for Oscar Hearde's Case Against the International
1981-1982
4/8 4571-001
Seattle First National Bank: Northwest Employees Retirement: Report No. SAV-414-1: Employees Monthly Composite Report (1 of 2)
1981-1981
4/9 4571-001
Seattle First National Bank: Northwest Employees Retirement: Report No. SAV-414-1: Employees Monthly Composite Report (2 of 2)
1981-1981
4/10 4571-001
Monthly Reports of Income and Disbursements
1982-1982
4/11 4571-001
Appeal of Fine by Kenneth Ponder: Taking Job Without Necessary Qualifications
1982-1982
4/12 4571-001
Monthly Reports of Income and Disbursements
1983-1983
4/13 4571-001
Financial Records: Reports of Income and Disbursements
1983-1986
4/14 4571-001
Legal Bills: Gibbs and Associates
1983-1984
4/15 4571-001
Lien on Property at 2313 E. Madison in Seattle: Washington v. Shipscalers Local 541
1983-1986
4/16 4571-001
Monthly Reports of Income and Disbursements
1984-1984
4/17 4571-001
Monthly Reports of Income and Disbursements
1985-1985
4/18 4571-001
Financial Records: Debt Wrap-Up
1985-1987
4/19 4571-001
Financial Status Summary and Projected Financial Viability; Court Documents Regarding Dissolution Committee
1986-1987
4/20 4571-001
Monthly Reports of Income and Disbursements
1986-1986
4/21 4571-001
Union Dissolution: Bankruptcy, Debts, Building Sales
1986-1986
4/22 4571-001
Legal Invoice: Kenneth A. MacDonald
1986-1986
4/23 4571-001
Lien: Attorneys Fees: Law Firm of Gibbs, Douglas, Theiler and Drachler
1986-1986
4/24 4571-001
Legal and Financial Documents: Sale of Building at 2311 E. Madison Street in Seattle, WA
1987-1987
4/25-4/44 4571-001
Subseries B: Tax Records,
1957-1986
Box/Folder Accession
4/25 4571-001
Financial Records: Annual Reports to U.S. Department of Labor: Form LM-2, and Tax Exempt Status Form 990
1957-1974
4/26 4571-001
Department of Labor Tax Forms: 990, LM-2 and LM-3
1957-1975
4/27 4571-001
Tax Forms 990 and Department of Labor Forms LM-2
1969-1977
4/28 4571-001
Department of Labor: Labor Organization Annual Report: Form LM-2
1969-1980
4/29 4571-001
Wage Reporting/State Unemployment Taxes
1972-1977
4/30 4571-001
Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return: Form 941
1972-1977
4/31 4571-001
Employee W-2 Forms: Wage and Tax Statements
1972-1977
4/32 4571-001
Employer's Tax Report: S.F.5208 and Employer's Quarterly Report of Employee's Wages: S.F.5208-A
1974-1978
4/33 4571-001
Tax Forms 990 and Department of Labor Forms LM-2
1976-1979
4/34 4571-001
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Reporting
1980-1983
4/35 4571-001
State of Washington Employment Security Department: Employer Quarterly Tax Report and Report of Employee's Wages
1980-1983
4/36 4571-001
Payroll Taxes: Employment Security Department
1981-1981
4/37 4571-001
Tax Forms: 990 and LM-2
1981-1983
4/38 4571-001
Tax Forms: 990 and LM-2
1981-1982
4/39 4571-001
Tax Forms: LM-2
1981-1982
4/40 4571-001
Tax Forms: 990 and LM-2
1982-1983
4/41 4571-001
Tax Forms: 1096
1982-1983
4/42 4571-001
State of Washington Employment Security Department: Employer Quarterly Tax Report and Report of Employee's Wages
1983-1984
4/43 4571-001
Tax Delinquency and Local Debts
1984-1986
4/44 4571-001
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Reporting
1984-1984
4/45-4/57 4571-001
Subseries C: Audits,
1959-1985
Box/Folder Accession
4/45 4571-001
Audit Reports
1959-1966
4/46 4571-001
Audit Reports
1963-1963
4/47 4571-001
Audit Reports
1964-1964
4/48 4571-001
Audit Reports
1965-1965
4/49 4571-001
Audit Report: Fourth Quarter
1966-1966
4/50 4571-001
Audit Reports
1967-1968
4/51 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1968-1971
4/52 4571-001
Statements of Receipts and Disbursements
1968-1975
4/53 4571-001
Correspondence from Joseph B. Warren and Charlie Cross to Lucious B. Jackson, Local President, Requesting Audit of Local Funds Due to Mismanagement by Business Manager/Secretary Treasurer
1976-1976
4/54 4571-001
Correspondence with Outside Labor Organizations; Local Audit
1978-1982
4/55 4571-001
Press, Leaflets, Correspondence, Notes, Contract Negotiations, Legal Documents, Safety Issues, Insurance Documents, Audit and Internal Accounting
1979-1985
4/56 4571-001
Local 541 Hearing Board: Charges Against Louise "Lou" Agtuca by Nancy D. San Carlos: Improper/Invalid Audit
1981-1981
4/57 4571-001
Northwest Employees Retirement Plan : Contribution Shortages; Press Regarding Shipscalers
1982-1985
4/58-5/37; 16/11-16/12; 5/38 4571-001
Series IV: Correspondence,
1939-1987
Box/Folder Accession
4/58-5/6 4571-001
Subseries A: General Correspondence,
1939-1986
Box/Folder Accession
4/58 4571-001
General Correspondence
1939-1982
4/59 4571-001
Pacific Coast Metal Trades District Council, Press, Elections, Correspondence, Minutes, Legal Documents
1951-1986
4/60 4571-001
Reports, Correspondence, Minutes, Leaflets, and Legal Documents
1960-1979
4/61 4571-001
General Correspondence
1962-1983
4/62 4571-001
Correspondence and Union Office Administration Documents
1969-1980
5/1 4571-001
Field Notes: J.J. Hilton
1971-1971
5/2 4571-001
Correspondence
1972-1980
5/3 4571-001
Correspondence, Arbitrations, Legal Documents and Research, Dues Increase
1972-1982
5/4 4571-001
Charges Against Theodore Edmondson Jr. by Christopher Tufts: Improper Discipline
1981-1981
5/5 4571-001
Restroom Memorandum: Polar Sea Vessel
5/6 4571-001
Contacts
5/7-5/15 4571-001
Subseries B: Local Officer Correspondence Files,
1951-1984
Box/Folder Accession
5/7 4571-001
Secretary-Treasurer and Business Manager Donald T. Cameron: General Correspondence
1951-1967
5/8 4571-001
Secretary-Treasurer and Business Manager Donald T. Cameron: General Correspondence
1961-1965
5/9 4571-001
Secretary-Treasurer and Business Manager Donald T. Cameron: General Correspondence
1963-1973
5/10 4571-001
Secretary-Treasurer and Business Manager Donald T. Cameron: General Correspondence
1965-1986
5/11 4571-001
Masonic Correspondence: Letter to Past Most Worshipful Grand Master Lucious B. Jackson
1980-1980
5/12 4571-001
Correspondence: Joseph D. Warren, Business Manager
1983-1983
5/13 4571-001
Hand-Written Notes: Telephone Conversation About Member Issues: Bob Barnes
1984-1984
5/14 4571-001
Correspondence: Van T. Harrison and Pacific Fishermen, Inc.
1970-1980
5/15 4571-001
Correspondence: Van T. Harrison and Todd Pacific Shipyard Corporation
1975-1980
5/16-5/20 4571-001
Subseries C: Correspondence: Financial and Contract Negotiation Administration,
1972-1983
Box/Folder Accession
5/16 4571-001
Correspondence, Union Office Administration Documents, and Financial Documents
1972-1980
5/17 4571-001
Correspondence: Contract Negotiations: Washington State Boat Builders Metal Trades
1977-1977
5/18 4571-001
Correspondence: Special Meeting to Discuss Dues Increase
1980-1980
5/19 4571-001
Memoranda: Alternate Pay Criteria for Scalers
1981-1981
5/20 4571-001
Correspondence: Pension Rights Center
1983-1983
5/21-5/26 4571-001
Subseries D: Correspondence With and Regarding the Laborers International Union of North America,
1975-1987
Box/Folder Accession
5/21 4571-001
Leaflets to Membership: Elections, Work Conditions, Dissolution Committee
1975-1987
5/22 4571-001
Correspondence: Rank-and-File Challenge of International Union Leaders
1980-1983
5/23 4571-001
Victor Kamber: Report on Union Democratization: Sent to Ann Zill to Discourage Grant Funding
1981-1981
5/24 4571-001
Correspondence: Public Citizen Litigation Group: Laborers International Union of North America Constitutional Amendments
1981-1981
5/25 4571-001
Letter to International President Angelo Fosco from Membership of Local 541: Response to Suspension
1981-1981
5/26 4571-001
Correspondence between Oscar Hearde and the Senate Subcommittee on Investigations Regarding International Union Officers and Organized Crime
1981-1983
5/27-5/37 4571-001
Subseries E: Internal Tensions,
1963-1986
Box/Folder Accession
5/27 4571-001
Local Trial Board: Correspondence
1963-1967
5/28 4571-001
Correspondence, Statements of Charges, Legal Documents: Local 541 v. Van T. Harrison
1979-1980
5/29 4571-001
Correspondence to General Membership from Bob Barnes and Oscar Hearde
1980-1986
5/30 4571-001
Correspondence: Secretary-Treasurer Robert A. Barnes: Internal Tensions
1981-1982
5/31 4571-001
Interpersonal Issue Between Grace Sifres and Anna Castro: Notes and Correspondence
1981-1981
5/32 4571-001
Disciplinary Action After Sign-Up Problems: Robert Chaney, Larry Pritchard, Karen Smith, Isaac Williams
1981-1981
5/33 4571-001
Letter to Oscar Hearde from Mary Bingham: Harassment Charges Against Foreman Ted Edmondson
1982-1982
5/34 4571-001
Notes and Correspondence: Executive Board Charges Against Theodore Edmondson Jr.
1983-1984
5/35 4571-001
Correspondence: Trial Board Hearing on Ted Edmondson Charges
1984-1984
5/36 4571-001
Charges Against Virginia "Annie" R. Robbins by Charles Harris: Conduct Interfering with Union Business
1984-1984
5/37 4571-001
Correspondence: Attempt to Seize Control of the Union by T. Bannister, K. Panakau, J. Scannell, C. Christiansen; Instructions to Desist by R. Coan
1986-1986
16/11-16/12; 5/38 4571-001
Subseries F: Strikes,
1968-1981
Box/Folder Accession
16/11 4571-001
Correspondence: Local 541 Wildcat Strike at Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction
1968-1968
16/12 4571-001
Correspondence: Local 541 Wildcat Strike at Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction
1968-1968
5/38 4571-001
Correspondence: Local 541 to Strike Breakers at NW Tank
1981-1981
5/39-7/22; 16/10; 7/23-7/60 4571-001
Series V: Subject Files,
1944-1987
Box/Folder Accession
5/39-6/8 4571-001
Subseries A: Elections,
1960-1986
Box/Folder Accession
5/39 4571-001
Election Correspondence: Donald T. Cameron: Financial Secretary-Treasurer and Business Agent
1960-1960
5/40 4571-001
Protest of Nomination of Fred G. Barry, Sole Opponent for Local Vice-President of Oscar Hearde
1965-1965
5/41 4571-001
History: Elections Appeals/Challenges of Leadership on Local and International Levels
1965-1972
5/42 4571-001
Election and Local 541 v. Van T. Harrison
1969-1977
5/43 4571-001
Elections and Civil Action Case No. C75-41S
1973-1975
5/44 4571-001
Oscar Hearde Challenge of Local Elections: Correspondence and Report from International General President Peter Fosco
1974-1974
5/45 4571-001
Meeting Minutes, Statements, and Correspondence: Department of Labor Investigation of Election
1975-1980
5/46 4571-001
Local Election Campaign Literature
1975-1978
5/47 4571-001
Ballots: Delegates for Convention in Florida
1976-1976
5/48 4571-001
Local Election Ballots
1977-1977
5/49 4571-001
Election Protest by Van T. Harrison
1977-1980
5/50 4571-001
Correspondence: 1980 Local Officer Election and Challenge
1977-1981
5/51 4571-001
Correspondence: Washington State Labor Council: Official Run-Off Election Notice for President
1979-1979
5/52 4571-001
Ballots: Delegates for Convention in Hawaii
1979-1979
5/53 4571-001
Nomination and Election Grievances
1980-1980
5/54 4571-001
Correspondence: Special Elections Meeting
1980-1980
5/55 4571-001
Elections Pamphlet: "Scalers: Vote For A Change"
1980-1980
5/56 4571-001
Correspondence: Special Election Results
1980-1980
5/57 4571-001
Correspondence: Protest of Special Election Results
1980-1980
5/58 4571-001
Correspondence: Special Election Results
1980-1980
5/59 4571-001
Correspondence and Photocopies of Labor Law Excerpts: Special Election Results Litigation
1980-1980
5/60 4571-001
Correspondence: Special Election Dispute: Case No. C81-334M
1980-1980
5/61 4571-001
Response to Challenge of Special Election by Van T. Harrison
1980-1980
5/62 4571-001
Correspondence: Challenge of Special Election by Van T. Harrison
1980-1980
5/63 4571-001
Legal Documents: Election Dispute: Case No. C81-334M
1980-1980
5/64 4571-001
Correspondence: Special Elections Meeting
1980-1980
5/65 4571-001
Notes: Hearing Before International Union on Van T. Harrison's Election Challenge
1980-1980
5/66 4571-001
Correspondence Asserting Unconstitutional Election Process
1980-1980
5/67 4571-001
Notes on Constitution: Eligibility Exceptions
1980-1986
5/68 4571-001
Correspondence: Election Protest by Van T. Harrison and Yvonne M. Quiroga
1980-1981
5/69 4571-001
Elections Correspondence
1980-1980
6/1 4571-001
Correspondence and Reports: Appeal of Van T. Harrison, White Paper on The Reagan Labor Board, Eighteenth International Convention
1981-1984
6/2 4571-001
Correspondence with Credentials Committee: Protests of Delegate Elections to International Union Convention
1981-1983
6/3 4571-001
Correspondence: International Union Hearing and Appeals on Special Local Election
1981-1981
6/4 4571-001
Correspondence Regarding Disability Benefits Eligibility for Oscar Hearde
1981-1981
6/5 4571-001
Correspondence from Oscar Hearde to Judge John Weinberg
1981-1981
6/6 4571-001
Correspondence: Challenge of Delegates Sent to International Convention
1981-1981
6/7 4571-001
Correspondence: Protest of Election of Convention Delegates by Van Harrison, Luster House and Howard Johnson
1981-1981
6/8 4571-001
Report on Activities and Functions of Election Judges
1983-1983
6/9-6/21 4571-001
Subseries B: Membership,
1946-1986
Box/Folder Accession
6/9 4571-001
Ship Scalers Union #589: Membership Applications
1946-1951
6/10 4571-001
Correspondence, Membership Issues, Pay Issues, Work Jurisdiction Conflicts, Preamble, and Meeting Minutes
1951-1980
6/11 4571-001
Blank Forms: Pacific Coast Shipyards Metal Trades Trust Fund Disability Certification
1960-1980
6/12 4571-001
Blank Forms: Member Looking for Work Verification
1960-1980
6/13 4571-001
Generic Letter from Van T. Harrison: Bounced Checks Waiting for Members
1960-1980
6/14 4571-001
Membership Lists
1969-1975
6/15 4571-001
Van T. Harrison: Member Name Change Letters: Template
1969-1979
6/16 4571-001
Blank Forms Distributed by the Laborers' International Union of North America: Order-Price List of Supplies, Report of Deaths, Report of Returned Unused Transfer Cards, Report of Transfer Cards Issued
1970-1970
6/17 4571-001
Membership Issues: Internal Records
1970-1983
6/18 4571-001
Membership Lists
1975-1979
6/19 4571-001
Continental Assurance Company: Major Medical Expense Claim Form and Order Confirmation
1980-1980
6/20 4571-001
Member Pension Claim Forms
1980-1980
6/21 4571-001
Meeting Sign-In Sheets
1982-1986
6/22-6/52 4571-001
Subseries C: Community Activism,
1956-1987
Box/Folder Accession
6/22 4571-001
Legal Documents, Arbitrations, Press, Contract Negotiations, Financial Documents, Marxist-Leninist Education Project Correspondence
1956-1987
6/23 4571-001
Meeting Minutes for Various Committees, Political Correspondence
1961-1980
6/24 4571-001
United Elder Citizens: Central District Senior Center
1973-1975
6/25 4571-001
Robert A. Barnes: Correspondence: Solidarity with El Salvador Trade Unions, Strikes, and Elections
1976-1982
6/26 4571-001
Committee Meeting Minutes and Correspondence, Labor-Related Press
1976-1985
6/27 4571-001
City of Seattle: Office of Women's Rights Charges Against Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction: Discrimination Based on Sex
1979-1979
6/28 4571-001
Correspondence: Iran Hostage Crisis
1979-1982
6/29 4571-001
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) Labor Task Force
1979-1981
6/30 4571-001
Press, Leaflets, Correspondence, Notes: Labor, Politics, Local Civil Rights and Affirmative Action
1980-1983
6/31 4571-001
Signup Sheet: Ship Scalers Defense Committee
1980-1986
6/32 4571-001
Committee for Justice for Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo: Murdered ILWU Local 37 Reformers
1981-1982
6/33 4571-001
Committee to Oppose the Ferdinand Marcos State Visit
1981-1983
6/34 4571-001
Empty Folder: 11th Annual Filipino People's Far West Convention: Build a Progressive and Active Filipino Community…A Tribute to the Lives and Work of Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes
1981-1981
6/35 4571-001
Labor-Related News Clippings: Seattle Times, Seattle Sun, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Washington Post
1981-1981
6/36 4571-001
Local 541-Related News Clippings: Seattle Times
1981-1981
6/37 4571-001
Press: Air Traffic Controllers Strike
1981-1981
6/38 4571-001
Assault Incident on Picket Line; Correspondence Regarding Name Change: Empire Way S. to Martin Luther King Jr. Way S. in Seattle
1982-1982
6/39 4571-001
Press: Coalition for Respect: Anti-Racism Boycott
1982-1982
6/40 4571-001
Correspondence and Publications: National Committee to Oppose the US-RP Extradition Treaty, Philippine Solidarity Network, Coalition Against Marcos Dictatorship
1982-1982
6/41 4571-001
Letters of Support for Oscar Hearde in his Termination as Business Manager: Freedom Socialist Party, Seattle Radical Women, Nancy San Carlos
1983-1983
6/42 4571-001
Committee for Jobs, Peace, and Freedom: August 27th March
1983-1983
6/43 4571-001
South Shore Conversion Committee: Materials on The Future of Shipbuilding
1984-1984
6/44 4571-001
Leaflet for Community Meeting: A Union in Crisis
1985
6/45 4571-001
Correspondence and Transfer Affidavits: Transfers Under Protest to Local 252
1986-1986
6/46 4571-001
Petitions to International Union
1986-1986
6/47 4571-001
Field Notes: Hand-Written
1986-1986
6/48 4571-001
Press Clippings: Suspension of Local 541
1986-1986
6/49 4571-001
Press Conference: The revocation of Local 541's charter by the Laborers' International Union of North America and the impact of that action on labor.
1986-1986
6/50 4571-001
Community Meeting: A Union in Crisis: May 08
1986-1986
6/51 4571-001
Notes: Meeting with Chris White
1986-1986
6/52 4571-001
Notes: Meetings with Contacts from Other Unions
1986-1986
6/53-6/63 4571-001
Subseries D: Safety,
1970-1986
Box/Folder Accession
6/53 4571-001
Correspondence, Minutes, Press, Financial Documents, Health and Safety Materials
1970-1985
6/54 4571-001
Workplace Exposure to Asbestos: Recommendations, Notes, and Correspondence
1970-1983
6/55 4571-001
Press Clippings: Asbestos Risk Cover-Up
1976-1978
6/56 4571-001
Asbestos Litigation: Correspondence and Legal Documents: King County Superior Court Complaint No. 80-2-04235-1
1980-1980
6/57 4571-001
Letters from Members to U.S. Senate: Opposition to S2153, the OSHA Improvement Act
1980-1980
6/58 4571-001
White Lung Association: Asbestos Awareness
1982-1984
6/59 4571-001
Grant Proposal: "New Directions Program" Occupational Safety & Health Training
1983-1983
6/60 4571-001
Efforts Against Senate Bill 4630: Tort Law "Reform" Threatens Workers' Ability to be Compensated for Industrial Injuries (1 of 3)
1983-1986
6/61 4571-001
Efforts Against Senate Bill 4630: Tort Law "Reform" Threatens Workers' Ability to be Compensated for Industrial Injuries (1 of 3)
1983-1986
6/62 4571-001
Efforts Against Senate Bill 4630: Tort Law "Reform" Threatens Workers' Ability to be Compensated for Industrial Injuries (1 of 3)
1983-1986
6/63 4571-001
Seattle Weekly Article: Shipbuilding: Hardboiled survival strategies at Seattle's Marine Power by Daniel Jack Chasan
1984-1984
7/1-7/2 4571-001
Subseries E: Discrimination,
1944-1979
Box/Folder Accession
7/1 4571-001
Individual Statements and Letter to the Executive Board from Workers Combating Racial Discrimination at the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co.
1944-1944
7/2 4571-001
Written Complaints: Racial Discrimination and Harassment
1969-1979
7/3 4571-001
Subseries F: Pablo O'Higgins Mural,
1981-1981
Box/Folder Accession
7/3 4571-001
Correspondence and Press: International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union: Pablo O'Higgins Murals
1981-1981
7/4-7/22; 16/10; 7/23-7/24 4571-001
Subseries G: Publications,
1965-1986
Box/Folder Accession
7/4 4571-001
Northwest Metal Trades Council: Press, Correspondence, Audit, Minutes, Notes, Work Issues
1965-1986
7/5 4571-001
Labor at the Crossroads: "Right-to-Work" Laws and the Future of American Trade Unionism, by Michael Scott
1970-1985
7/6 4571-001
Leaflet and Press
1970-1985
7/7 4571-001
Shipscaler Newsletter Number 2: Save the Union Committee
1973-1979
7/8 4571-001
Correspondence, Proceedings and Press: Laborers' International Union of America Convention: Reforms
1975-1981
7/9 4571-001
Press: Special Issue: The Laborer: 'Peter Fosco: Tribute to a Great Leader'
1975-1975
7/10 4571-001
Publication by The North American Congress on Latin America: Report on the Americas: Volume XII No. 6: Crisis in Nicaragua
1978-1978
7/11 4571-001
Publication: The Impact of Military Spending on the Machinists Union, by Marion Anderson
1979-1979
7/12 4571-001
Publication: Seattle United Trades Contract Committee: Issues 2 and 3
1980-1980
7/13 4571-001
Leaflet: Bay Area United Trades Contract Committee: Contract Negotiations: Vote No
1980-1980
7/14 4571-001
Press: Seattle Business: 'The Second Annual Puget Sound Area Top 50 Report' by Carole A. Aaron
1980-1980
7/15 4571-001
Press: The Washington Monthly: 'Strike it Rich for Socialism!' by Robert M. Kaus
1980-1980
7/16 4571-001
Article: Mother Jones August 1980 Issue: "Six Ways to Take Over A Union" by Ed Barnes and Bob Windrem
1980-1980
7/17 4571-001
Publication by International Association of Machinists Local 79: Tooling Up: Bulletin: Vol. 1 No. 1
1981-1981
7/18 4571-001
Data Center Publication: Plant Shutdowns: Good Business, Bad News
1981-1981
7/19 4571-001
Steward Training Workshop: Institute for Labor and Mental Health: Oakland, CA
1981-1981
7/20 4571-001
Pamphlet: Distributed by Laborers for a Democratic Union: Text by Charles E. Shane: Events at Convention in Hollywood, FL
1981-1981
7/21 4571-001
Publication by the Association for Union Democracy: Union Democracy Review, No. 28
1981-1981
7/22 4571-001
Press: Assassinations of Filipino Cannery Union Reformers Gene Viernes and Silme Diomingo, Active in the Rank and File Committee
1981-1981
16/10 4571-001
Publication of The Seattle Times: Pacific: May 2, 1982: Featured Article by Dick Clever: "Ship Scalers: A union's half century of turmoil, tragedy and triumph"
1982-1982
7/23 4571-001
Labor History Calendar: Published by the Washington State Labor Council
1983-1983
7/24 4571-001
Leaflets Against Sale of Union Hall
1986-1986
7/25-7/28 4571-001
Subseries H: Robert J. "Bob" Stanley Files,
1980-1982
Box/Folder Accession
7/25 4571-001
Death on Duty at Lockheed Shipyard: Collection and Memorial Service
1980-1982
7/26 4571-001
Death on Duty at Lockheed Shipyard: Notes and Memorial Service
1982-1982
7/27 4571-001
Letter from Oscar Hearde to Lawrence Smith, President, Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Regarding Deaths Due to Safety Violations by Superintendents
1982-1982
7/28 4571-001
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Violations and Citations Following Death of Bob Stanley
1982-1982
7/29-7/38 4571-001
Subseries I: Cossie Burrus Files,
1980-1983
Box/Folder Accession
7/29 4571-001
Correspondence: Larry Smith, President, Lockheed Shipbuilding: Safety Issues, Discrimination, Denial of Union Access to Yards
1980-1982
7/30 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Charge Against Lockheed Shipbuilding: Denial of Access to Yards for Union Business
1981-1983
7/31 4571-001
Notes and Grievances: Denial of Union Access to Yards at Lockheed Shipbuilding
1981-1983
7/32 4571-001
Occupational Safety and Health Administration: Union Claim of Safety and Health Discrimination Against Lockheed Shipbuilding
1982-1983
7/33 4571-001
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Charges Against Lockheed Shipbuilding Following Injury of Cossie Burrus
1982-1983
7/34 4571-001
Grievance, Statements, and Notes: Safety Issues and Denial of Union Access to Yards by Lockheed Shipbuilding
1982-1982
7/35 4571-001
Letters of Support from Other Labor Organizations: Denial of Union Access to Yards by Lockheed Shipbuilding
1982-1983
7/36 4571-001
Letter of Solidarity to John Hayes, Director of Human Resources at Lockheed Shipbuilding, from Clarence E. Briggs, Secretary-Treasurer, Pacific Coast Metal Trades District Council: Denial of Access to Yards for Union Business
1983-1983
7/37 4571-001
Correspondence: John Hayes, Director of Human Resources at Lockheed Shipbuilding
1983-1983
7/38 4571-001
Correspondence with International: Safety Issues at Lockheed Shipbuilding
1983-1983
7/39-7/46 4571-001
Subseries J: Michael C. "Chris" Wells Files,
1979-1982
Box/Folder Accession
7/39 4571-001
Death on Duty at Crosby and Overton, Inc: Paul S. Bogart
1979-1981
7/40 4571-001
Notes, Grievances, Correspondence: Member Michael C. "Chris" Wells
1979-1981
7/41 4571-001
Notes, Grievances, Correspondence: Member Michael C. "Chris" Wells
1980-1982
7/42 4571-001
Press: Death on Duty at Lockheed Shipyard: Michael C. "Chris" Wells
1981-1981
7/43 4571-001
Union Investigation and Findings: Death of Michael C. "Chris" Wells: Trichloroethane Inhalation
1981-1981
7/44 4571-001
Occupational Safety and Health Administration: Citation and Notification of Penalty to Lockheed Shipbuilding
1981-1981
7/45 4571-001
Correspondence and Notes: Death of Michael C. "Chris" Wells
1981-1981
7/46 4571-001
Mailings to Members; Weekly article on Chris Wells Death, Handwritten Notes
1981-1981
7/47-7/60 4571-001
Subseries K: Strike at Northwest Tank Service,
1979-1983
Box/Folder Accession
7/47 4571-001
Correspondence and Labor Agreements: Strike at Northwest Tank Service
1979-1981
7/48 4571-001
Strike at Northwest Tank Service: Health and Welfare Audit
1979-1980
7/49 4571-001
Correspondence and Labor Agreements: Strike at Northwest Tank Service
1980-1981
7/50 4571-001
Brochure: Northwest Tank Service
1980-1980
7/51 4571-001
Strike at Northwest Tank Service: Correspondence and Notes
1980-1981
7/52 4571-001
Strike at Northwest Tank Service
1981-1983
7/53 4571-001
Notes: Strike at Northwest Tank Service
1981-1981
7/54 4571-001
Strike at Northwest Tank Service: Internal Charges Against Members Working Against Strike: Correspondence and Notes
1981-1981
7/55 4571-001
Strike at Northwest Tank Service: Internal Charges Against Members Working Against Strike: Photographs, Correspondence, and Notes
1981-1981
7/56 4571-001
Strike at Northwest Tank Service: Notes, Correspondence, Ballots from Strike Authorization
1981-1981
7/57 4571-001
Contract Negotiations: Northwest Tank Service
1981-1981
7/58 4571-001
Northwest Tank Service: Steiner CPA Audit: Repayment Schedule
1981-1981
7/59 4571-001
Correspondence: Northwest Tank Service Strike Scabs
1981-1981
7/60 4571-001
Correspondence: Attempt to Collect Funds for Northwest Tank Service Retirement Fund
1981-1981
7/61-11/36 4571-001
Series VI: Legal Files,
1943-1991
Box/Folder Accession
7/61-8/8 4571-001
Subseries A: General Legal Files,
1960-1987
Box/Folder Accession
7/61 4571-001
Financial Records, Correspondence, and Legal Documents (1 of 2)
1960-1980
7/62 4571-001
Financial Records, Correspondence, and Legal Documents (2 of 2)
1960-1980
7/63 4571-001
Labor Disputes: Legal Documents, Trial Board Documents, and Correspondence
1965-1977
7/64 4571-001
Legal Documents and Political Leaflets
1970-1987
7/65 4571-001
Correspondence, Invoices, Press, and Legal Documents: Matters for Local 541 and Members handled by Attorney Kenneth A. MacDonald
1972-1983
7/66 4571-001
Correspondence: Local 541 v. Joel Weiger, etc: Washington District Court Case No. 725-72C2
1972-1972
7/67 4571-001
Legal Documents and Related Press
1972-1982
7/68 4571-001
Financial Documents, Legal Documents, Correspondence, and Press
1972-1981
7/69 4571-001
Hiring Procedures and Rules
1975-1975
7/70 4571-001
Legal File Kept by Kenneth A. MacDonald: Accounting and Tax Forms: Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation
1977-1981
8/1 4571-001
Legal Memorandum: Restricting the Rights of Supervisors; Copies of Checks
1977-1983
8/2 4571-001
Correspondence: Crosby and Overton, Inc.
1978-1980
8/3 4571-001
Legal Documents: Various Court Cases Involving Local 541
1978-1986
8/4 4571-001
Notes: Charges Against Two Unnamed Individuals
1980-1986
8/5 4571-001
Blank Letterhead Paper: Shipscalers Local 541: Folder Marked for Kenneth A. MacDonald
1980-1983
8/6 4571-001
Small Claims Court: Howard Johnson v. Local 541: Overpaid Union Dues/Suspension
1980-1983
8/7 4571-001
Notes: Phone Fraud Case
1982-1982
8/8 4571-001
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C83-1088: John D. Nelson v. Seattle Metal Trades Council
1983-1983
8/9-8/30 4571-001
Subseries B: Legal Conflicts with the Laborers International Union of North America,
1972-1986
Box/Folder Accession
8/9 4571-001
Lawsuit Against International Union: Trusteeship: Case No. 725-72C2
1972-1974
8/10 4571-001
Court Documents and Press: Indictment: Angelo Fosco and 15 Others' Insurance Kickback Charges
1977-1981
8/11 4571-001
Press: Seattle Post-Intelligencer: 'Ex-Affirmative Action Officer Accused of Kickbacks' by Bruce Sherman
1979-1979
8/12 4571-001
Salary Information: Officers of the Laborers' International Union of North America
1980-1980
8/13 4571-001
Correspondence, Press, and Publications: Reform Organizations: Ruled Out of Order & Laborers for a Democratic Union
1980-1981
8/14 4571-001
Press: Mob Corruption at International/Jurors Bribed
1981-1982
8/15 4571-001
Lawsuit: Members of Laborers International Union of North America vs. General International Officers: Violation of Fiduciary Obligations
1981-1981
8/16 4571-001
Correspondence from Oscar Hearde: Protest of International Intervention with Local 541
1981-1981
8/17 4571-001
Reform Group: Laborers for a Democratic Union: Shipscalers Defense Fund and Movement for Autonomy from International
1981-1982
8/18 4571-001
Department of Labor: Statement of Reasons for Dismissing the Complaint of Jeffrey B. Perry Concerning the Election Conducted by the Laborers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO on September 16, 1981
1982-1982
8/19 4571-001
Member Affidavits: Todd Shipyard: Issues with Dispatches From Local 252
1985-1986
8/20 4571-001
Correspondence and Application: Affiliation with the Washington State Labor Council
1986-1986
8/21 4571-001
Legal Documents: Local Challenges Suspension by International Union
1986-1986
8/22 4571-001
Legal Documents and Notes: Local 541 v. International: Civil Action Case No. C86-1027/District Court Case No. C86-597D
1986-1986
8/23 4571-001
Notes: Negotiations with International Union
1986
8/24 4571-001
Leaflets and Meeting Announcements: Issues Between Local 541 and International Union
1986
8/25 4571-001
Notes and Correspondence: Forced Merger: Transfer of Members and Officers to Local 252
1986
8/26 4571-001
May Day Letter for Reconsideration of Charter Revocation from Membership to International General President Angelo Fosco
1986
8/27 4571-001
Correspondence from International Union
1986
8/28 4571-001
Letter Revoking Local Charter from International General President Angelo Fosco
1986
8/29 4571-001
Correspondence from Local 541 to International Union
1986
8/30 4571-001
Correspondence to Rick Ricks from Robert A. Barnes: International Takeover of Local 541
1986
8/31-9/25 4571-001
Subseries C: Oscar Hearde Legal Files,
1962-1986
Box/Folder Accession
8/31 4571-001
Legal Documents: Pleadings and Trial Records: Case No. C81-334M (1 of 3)
1962-1981
8/32 4571-001
Legal Documents: Pleadings and Trial Records: Case No. C81-334M (2 of 3)
1962-1981
8/33 4571-001
Legal Documents: Pleadings and Trial Records: Case No. C81-334M (3 of 3)
1962-1981
8/34 4571-001
Plaintiffs' Exhibits: Case No. C81-334M
1972-1981
8/35 4571-001
Legal Notes: Oscar Hearde
1972-1986
8/36 4571-001
Legal Documents and Correspondence: Oscar Hearde's Disability Retirement and Related Labor and Industries Claim
1973-1981
8/37 4571-001
Indexes to Depositions: Hearde and Barnes v. International
1976-1981
8/38 4571-001
Hearings, Correspondence, and Defendants' Exhibits: Case No. C81-334M
1980-1981
8/39 4571-001
Legal Notes and Memoranda: Oscar Hearde, Kenneth A. MacDonald
1980-1980
8/40 4571-001
Press, Notes, and Memoranda: Oscar Hearde, Kenneth A. MacDonald
1980-1981
8/41 4571-001
Correspondence between Bob Barnes, Oscar Hearde, and Kenneth A. MacDonald: Case No. C81-334M: Exhibit 18
1980-1981
8/42 4571-001
Prehearing Order and Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law: Case No. C81-334M
1980-1983
8/43 4571-001
Press Release Regarding Case No. C81-334M
1980-1981
8/44 4571-001
Special Hearings Panel: Transcript of Hearing on Oscar Hearde Elections Eligibility: May 14
1981-1981
8/45 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Yvonne Quiroga: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/46 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Oscar Hearde: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/47 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Lawrence A. Oertli: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/48 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: John H. Tannyhill: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/49 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Edwina Fields: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/50 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Mason Warren: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/51 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Luston House: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/52 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Joel David Weigert: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/53 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Mason Warren: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/54 4571-001
Deposition and Related Documents: Van T. Harrison: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
8/55 4571-001
Legal Documents, Correspondence, and Related Documentation: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1982
9/1 4571-001
Correspondence: Executive Board Meeting Regarding Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/2 4571-001
Correspondence, Notes, and Legal Documents: Case No C81-334M
1981-1983
9/3 4571-001
Correspondence and Legal Documents: Case No C81-334M
1981-1981
9/4 4571-001
Legal Document: Oral Examination Before Trial of Oscar Hearde: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/5 4571-001
Legal Document: Deposition Upon Oral Examination of Edwina Fields: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/6 4571-001
Affidavit of John Caughlan: Oscar Hearde's Attorney
1981-1981
9/7 4571-001
Legal Document: Deposition Upon Oral Examination of Joel Wiegert: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/8 4571-001
Legal Document: Oral Examination Before Trial of John H. Tannyhill: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/9 4571-001
Legal Document: Oral Examination Before Trial of Joel Wiegert: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/10 4571-001
Legal Documents and Correspondence: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/11 4571-001
Second Amended Complaint and Related Exhibits and Correspondence: Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/12 4571-001
Petitions by Membership in Support of Oscar Hearde: Federal Case No. C81-334M
1981-1982
9/13 4571-001
Depositions: Court Case No. C81-334M
1981-1981
9/14 4571-001
Affidavit of John Caughlan: Oscar Hearde's Attorney
1981-1981
9/15 4571-001
Legal Correspondence and Documentation: Claims of House, Scott, Agtuga vs. Hearde/Barnes et al.
1982-1982
9/16 4571-001
Signed Agreement between International Union, Local 541 Executive Board, and Oscar Hearde: Case No. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/17 4571-001
Draft Proposals: Agreement between International Union, Local 541 Executive Board, and Oscar Hearde: Case No. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/18 4571-001
Correspondence and Litigation Dismissal: Case NO. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/19 4571-001
Correspondence between Bob Barnes/Nancy San Carlos and International Union Regarding Retiree Benefits and Oscar Hearde Situation
1983-1983
9/20 4571-001
Resignation from Case No. C81-334M by Kenneth A. MacDonald
1983-1983
9/21 4571-001
Legal Documents and Correspondence: Conclusion of Case No. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/22 4571-001
Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law: Case No. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/23 4571-001
Legal Response to Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law: Case No. C81-334M
1983-1984
9/24 4571-001
Notes on Meetings with Legal Counsel: McGovern's Decision on Case No. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/25 4571-001
Legal Documents, Billing, Notes, and Correspondence: Case No. C81-334M
1983-1983
9/26-9/32 4571-001
Subseries D: Local Trial Board Charges
1943-1991
Box/Folder Accession
9/26 4571-001
Local Trial Board: Trial Against Munro Wilson, Other Trials, Executive Board and Trial Board Meeting Minutes (1 of 2)
1943-1963
9/27 4571-001
Local Trial Board: Trial Against Munro Wilson, Other Trials, Executive Board and Trial Board Meeting Minutes (2 of 2)
1943-1963
9/28 4571-001
Trial Board: Charges Against Walter Short by Members of Local 541
1960-1960
9/29 4571-001
Charges Against Lucius "Lucky" Jackson: Failure to Attend Executive Board Meetings
1972-1972
9/30 4571-001
Executive Board: Trial Board Case No. 8505-018: Restricting Rights of "Supervisors" in Shipscalers Union 541
1981-1991
9/31 4571-001
Anselmo Gaitan v. Local 541: Tort Defamation Claim: Trial Board Case No. 8505-015
1981-1984
9/32 4571-001
Executive Board Charges Against Agtuca, House, and Scott
1981-1981
9/33-9/55 4571-001
Subseries E: Van T. Harrison Legal Files,
1969-1984
Box/Folder Accession
9/33 4571-001
Undated Signature Page for Trial Board Charges: Probably Against Van T. Harrison
1969-1983
9/34 4571-001
Financial Reporting: Correspondence Between International and Van T. Harrison
1970-1970
9/35 4571-001
Correspondence: Legal Representation and Billing
1972-1980
9/36 4571-001
Correspondence: Local 541 v. Van T. Harrison
1972-1981
9/37 4571-001
Legal Documents: Local 541 v. Van T. Harrison
1972-1981
9/38 4571-001
Notes, Statements, and Correspondence: Proof and Collection of Bonding Charges from Van T. Harrison
1977-1981
9/39 4571-001
Labor/Management Reporting: Administrative Audit: Charges Against Van T. Harrison
1978-1981
9/40 4571-001
U.S. District Court: Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case C79-739: Local 541 v. Van T. Harrison and International Union
1979-1979
9/41 4571-001
Bookkeeping for 1979: $12,000 Shortage
1979-1981
9/42 4571-001
Correspondence Regarding Charges Against Van T. Harrison and Election Challenge
1980-1980
9/43 4571-001
Correspondence and Reports: Bonding Claim Against Van T. Harrison
1980-1983
9/44 4571-001
Report of Special Hearings Panel: Retrial of Van T. Harrison
1980-1980
9/45 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CA-12820: Van T. Harrison v. Local 541
1980-1980
9/46 4571-001
Correspondence and Appeals/Hearing Documents: Charges Against Van T. Harrison
1981-1982
9/47 4571-001
Charges by Local 541 Against Van T. Harrison
1981-1981
9/48 4571-001
Correspondence from Nancy D. San Carlos to Local Executive Board: Charges Against Van T. Harrison
1981-1981
9/49 4571-001
Correspondence: Response from International Union Officers to Charges Against Van T. Harrison
1981-1981
9/50 4571-001
Transcript of Proceedings: Local 541 Trial Board: Hearing on Charges Brought Against Van T. Harrison
1981-1981
9/51 4571-001
Correspondence: Local's Response to Van T. Harrison's Appeal of Charges
1981-1981
9/52 4571-001
Van T. Harrison's Appeal of Charges
1981-1981
9/53 4571-001
Local 541 Trial Board: Appeal of Van Harrison
1982-1982
9/54 4571-001
Letter to Attorney General Regarding Status of Case Against Van T. Harrison et al.
1983-1983
9/55 4571-001
Settlement of Bonding Claim Against Van T. Harrison
1984-1984
9/56-10/6 4571-001
Subseries F: Yvonne Quiroga Legal Files,
1977-1986
Box/Folder Accession
9/56 4571-001
Correspondence, Legal Documents, and Notes: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: Case No. 81-2-15627-4
1977-1983
9/57 4571-001
Correspondence, Legal Documents, and Notes: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: Case No. 81-2-15627-4
1977-1983
9/58 4571-001
Salary Information and Legal Documents: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: Case No. 81-2-15627-4
1979-1980
9/59 4571-001
Courtroom Exhibits Prepared by Yvonne Quiroga
1979-1979
10/1 4571-001
Trial Brief and Notes: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: Case No. 81-2-15627-4
1980-1980
10/2 4571-001
Legal Correspondence: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: Case No. 81-2-15627-4
1983-1983
10/3 4571-001
Legal Documents and Court Transcript: Volume I: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: King County Case No. 81-2-15627-4 (1 of 2)
1984-1986
10/4 4571-001
Legal Documents and Court Transcript: Volume I: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: King County Case No. 81-2-15627-4 (2 of 2)
1984-1986
10/5 4571-001
Legal Documents and Court Transcript: Volume II: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: King County Case No. 81-2-15627-4 (1 of 2)
1984-1986
10/6 4571-001
Legal Documents and Court Transcript: Volume II: Quiroga v. Shipscalers: King County Case No. 81-2-15627-4 (2 of 2)
1984-1986
10/7-10/11 4571-001
Subseries G: Member Death Records,
1946-1986
Box/Folder Accession
10/7 4571-001
Member Deaths
1946-1977
10/8 4571-001
Correspondence and Records: Deaths of Members (1 of 2)
1977-1986
10/9 4571-001
Correspondence and Records: Deaths of Members (2 of 2)
1977-1986
10/10 4571-001
Correspondence and Records: Deaths of Members (1 of 2)
1980-1986
10/11 4571-001
Correspondence and Records: Deaths of Members (2 of 2)
1980-1986
10/12 4571-001
Subseries H: LaVerna Oliphant Legal Files,
1981-1981
Box/Folder Accession
10/12 4571-001
King County Superior Court Case No. 80-2-17947-1: Seattle Shipscalers Benevolent Corporation vs. LaVerna D. Oliphant: Deposition of L. Oliphant
1981-1981
10/13-10/20 4571-001
Subseries I: Legal Conflicts with Employers,
1965-1987
Box/Folder Accession
10/13 4571-001
Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company
1965-1965
10/14 4571-001
Lockheed Shipbuilding: Claims for Benefits: State Supreme Court Decision in Ancheta vs. Daly
1967-1979
10/15 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CA-13320: Lockheed Ship Builders and Construction Company
1970-1981
10/16 4571-001
King County Superior Court Case No. 81-2-04104-3: Cheryl A. Besk, et al., v. Todd Shipyard Corporation and Local 541: Sex Discrimination
1981-1984
10/17 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CA-14331: Mary Bingam v. Lockheed Ship Builders and Construction Company
1982-1982
10/18 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case Nos. 19-CA-13226; 19-CA-13298; 19-CA-13741; 19-CA-14066: Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company, Electrical Workers Local 46, Boilermakers Local 104: Medical Screenings
1982-1982
10/19 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CA-15606: Mary Bingam v. Lockheed Ship Builders and Construction Company
1983-1983
10/20 4571-001
King County Superior Court Case No. 84-2-17468-4: Burruss, Bell, Davenport v. Complete Abrasive Blasting Systems, Inc. and McKinstry Company: Subpoena, Deposition, Correspondence
1987-1987
10/21-10/32 4571-001
Subseries J: National Labor Relations Board Files,
1979-1985
Box/Folder Accession
10/21 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Charges Against Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Co.: Case No. 19-CA-11237
1979-1979
10/22 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Decision: Pioneer Natural Gas Company and Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union: Cases 16--CA--7968 and 16--CA--8691
1980-1980
10/23 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Decision: Case No. 19-CB-3868: Clydell Bates v. Local 541
1980-1980
10/24 4571-001
Legal Research: Department of Labor Charges: Northwest Employees Retirement Plan Trust Fund
1981-1983
10/25 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board: Decertification Request: Northwest Tank Service: Case No. 19-RD-1646
1981-1981
10/26 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CB-4424: John Somos v. Local 541
1982-1982
10/27 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CB-4564: Irenio J. Castro v. Local 541
1982-1982
10/28 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board: Case No. 19-CB-4538: J. Russell Stolsen v. Local 541: Charge Withdrawal
1982-1982
10/29 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CB-4538: J. Russell Stolsen v. Local 541
1982-1982
10/30 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CA-15366: Marine Power and Equipment: Failure to Process Grievances
1983-1983
10/31 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Case No. 19-CB-4828: Clinton Edmonds v. Local 541
1983-1983
10/32 4571-001
National Labor Relations Board Charge Against Crosby and Overton, Inc. by Local 541: Failure to Bargain
1985-1985
10/33-10/39 4571-001
Subseries K: Arbitrations,
1951-1986
Box/Folder Accession
10/33 4571-001
Arbitration: Rillera Termination
1951-1980
10/34 4571-001
Grievances and Memorandum of Understanding
1972-1986
10/35 4571-001
Grievance: Crosby and Overton: Isaac E. Williams Laid off out of seniority
1980-1981
10/36 4571-001
Arbitration Between Todd Pacific Shipyard Corporation and Ship Scalers Local No. 541
1984-1984
10/37 4571-001
Boilermakers Local No. 104: Arbitration v. Marine Power and Equipment Company, Inc.: John Vaux Discharge Grievance (1 of 3)
1985
10/38 4571-001
Boilermakers Local No. 104: Arbitration v. Marine Power and Equipment Company, Inc.: John Vaux Discharge Grievance (2 of 3)
1985
10/39 4571-001
Boilermakers Local No. 104: Arbitration v. Marine Power and Equipment Company, Inc.: John Vaux Discharge Grievance (3 of 3)
1985
10/40-10/44 4571-001
Subseries L: Equal Employment Opportunity and Human Rights Commissions,
1979-1983
Box/Folder Accession
10/40 4571-001
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and National Labor Relations Board Complaints: Discrimination: Ezell Ragsdale v. Todd Shipyards Corporation and Local 541
1979-1981
10/41 4571-001
Human Rights Commission Complaint #SEER-012108102: Frank E. Higdons v. Ship Scalers Local 541 and Red Barnes
1981-1982
10/42 4571-001
Correspondence and Documentation: Mary Bingham and Seattle Human Rights Department
1982-1982
10/43 4571-001
Equal Opportunity Employment Commission/Seattle Human Rights Department Complaint No. SHR83PEO74 and SHR82PE10: Mary Bingham v. Lockheed Marine
1983-1983
10/44 4571-001
Human Rights Commission Complaint #SHR82PE090: Cle Esther Lyons v. Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company
1983-1983
11/1-11/27 4571-001
Subseries M: Jesse L. Washington Legal Files,
1971-1984
Box/Folder Accession
11/1 4571-001
Wage Loss Plus Interest for Plaintiffs: Documentation and Totals: Amos, Chapman, Daniel, Daniel, Elmore, Hollingsworth, Kidd, Martin, Pearson, Sullivan, Washington
1971-1976
11/2 4571-001
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: Jesse L. Washington v. Local 541: Docket No. 80-3352: Appeals Documents, Notes, Deposition from Civil Action
1973-1981
11/3 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240V, C74-240S, C74-2405: Legal Documents and Related Correspondence
1973-1984
11/4 4571-001
Legal Case File: U.S. District Court Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington et al. vs. Northland Marine Co., Inc., et al.
1974
11/5 4571-001
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: Jesse L. Washington v. Local 541: Docket Nos. 83-3850; 83-3851: Appeals Documents and Notes
1974-1983
11/6 4571-001
Affidavit of Forrest Hilton: Jesse Washington et al. vs. Northland Marine Co. Inc: United States District Court: Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C74-240S
1974
11/7 4571-001
Notes, Correspondence, and Legal Documents: Jesse L. Washington v. Northland and Local 541; Local 541 v. Van T. Harrison
1974-1979
11/8 4571-001
Legal Case File: U.S. District Court Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington et al. vs. Northland Marine Co., Inc., et al.
1975-1984
11/9 4571-001
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington: Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington, et al. v. Northland Marine Lines, Inc., et al.: Legal Documents
1975
11/10 4571-001
Legal Case File: U.S. District Court Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington et al. vs. Northland Marine Co., Inc., et al.
1976
11/11 4571-001
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington v. Ship Scalers Local No. 412, et al.: Transcript of Proceedings
1979
11/12 4571-001
Legal Case File: U.S. District Court Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington et al. vs. Northland Marine Co., Inc., et al.
1979
11/13 4571-001
Legal Case File: U.S. District Court Western District of Washington at Seattle: Case No. C74-240S: Jesse L. Washington et al. vs. Northland Marine Co., Inc., et al.
1980
11/14 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240S(V): Docketing Statements and Appellants' Reply Brief
1981-1983
11/15 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-204V: Jessie L. Washington et al. v. Local 541: Defendant's Memorandum on Damages and Attorney's Fees
1982-1983
11/16 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240V, C74-240S, C81-334M: Legal Documents
1982-1983
11/17 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240S: Legal Documents
1982
11/18 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240V, C74-240S, C81-334M: Legal Documents and Press
1982-1983
11/19 4571-001
Correspondence: Fidelity Bond #553 13 49--Case #C74-204V
1982-1983
11/20 4571-001
Damages and Bonding Claims: Jesse L. Washington v. Local 541
1982-1984
11/21 4571-001
Jesse L. Washington v. Local 541 and Northland Marine Co., Inc.: Legal Documents, Correspondence, and Notes (1 of 2)
1983-1984
11/22 4571-001
Jesse L. Washington v. Local 541 and Northland Marine Co., Inc.: Legal Documents, Correspondence, and Notes (1 of 2)
1983-1984
11/23 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240S: Judgment and Related Correspondence
1983-1983
11/24 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240S: Settlement Proposal
1983-1983
11/25 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240S(V): Legal Correspondence and Syllabus of Similar Case: DelCostello v. Teamsters
1983
11/26 4571-001
Legal Research: Jesse L. Washington v. Local 541
1983
11/27 4571-001
Seattle District Court Case No. C74-240V: Final Settlement and Related Correspondence
1984
11/28-11/29 4571-001
Subseries N: Rex Ricardo, Jr. Legal Files,
1957-1965
Box/Folder Accession
11/28 4571-001
Financial Discrepancies and Court Case: Ship Scalers Local 541 vs. Rex Ricardo, Jr.
1957-1958
11/29 4571-001
Legal Documents: Attorney L. Presley Gill Regarding Case with Rex Ricardo, Jr.
1958-1965
11/30-11/36 4571-001
Subseries O: Robert "Bob" Barnes Legal Files,
1980-1986
Box/Folder Accession
11/30 4571-001
Grievance and Employment Security Department Case: Robert Allen Barnes v. Lockheed Shipyard
1980-1981
11/31 4571-001
Legal Research: Department of Labor Charges: Brock v. Barnes, et al.: Northwest Employees Retirement Plan Trust Fund (1 of 2)
1980-1986
11/32 4571-001
Legal Research: Department of Labor Charges: Brock v. Barnes, et al.: Northwest Employees Retirement Plan Trust Fund (2 of 2)
1980-1986
11/33 4571-001
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington: Civil Action No. C-83-1222 V: Brock v. Barnes et al.: Legal Documents and Correspondence
1983-1986
11/34 4571-001
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington Case No. C83-12222V: Deposition of Robert Allen Barnes
1984-1984
11/35 4571-001
Charges Against President Robert Coan and Secretary-Treasurer Robert Barnes by Members Colleen Christensen and John Scannell: Breach of Fiduciary Responsibility: Seattle District Court Case No. C86-1027
1986-1986
11/36 4571-001
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington: Civil Action No. C-83-1222 V: Brock v. Barnes et al.: Legal Documents
1986-1986
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Series VII: Member Files,
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1944-1986
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Subseries A: Non-Alphabetized or Multi-Member Files,
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1951-1986
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12/1 4571-001
Applications for Retired Medical Benefits; Member Termination Correspondence
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1983-1986
12/2 4571-001
Member Work and Insurance Issues
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1982-1986
12/3 4571-001
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1984-1984
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1981-1981
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1976-1981
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1978-1980
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1981
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1982
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1981-1982
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1982
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1982
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1984
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1964-1982
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1982
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1982
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1980
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1982
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1980-1981
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1980
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1979-1981
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1981
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1980-1981
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1978-1982
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1981-1982
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1980-1981
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1984
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1978-1983
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1980-1981
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1982
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1982
12/36 4571-001
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1961-1982
12/37 4571-001
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1981
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1968-1975
12/39 4571-001
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1982-1983
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Grievances (1 of 2)
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1966-1980
12/41 4571-001
Grievances (2 of 2)
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1966-1980
12/42 4571-001
Correspondence Regarding Members: State of Washington Department of Social and Health Services
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1979-1980
12/43 4571-001
Grievances, Motions, Correspondence, Press, History, Strikes, Tensions with International
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1977-1982
12/44 4571-001
Grievances, Legal Documents, Press, Negotiations, Minutes
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1951-1981
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Member Lists, Political Correspondence, and Employment Security Hearing Documents
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1958-1973
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1944-1986
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1982-1982
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1981-1982
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1982
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1980-1982
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1982
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1984
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1982
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1983
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1982
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1982
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1982
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1981-1982
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1970
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1981
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1981
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1981-1982
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1983
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1980-1986
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1976-1982
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1981-1982
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1983
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1982
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1981
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1983
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1982
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1982
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1986
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1983
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1983
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1980
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1982
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1984
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1975
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1983-1984
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1980-1983
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1984
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1984
13/2 4571-001
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1981-1983
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1981
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1980-1981
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1981-1983
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1980
13/7 4571-001
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1983
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1981
13/9 4571-001
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1982
13/10 4571-001
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1982
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1980-1982
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1981
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Member Files: Last Names Beginning with F
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1983
13/14 4571-001
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1981
13/15 4571-001
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1984
13/16 4571-001
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1982-1984
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1982
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1984
13/19 4571-001
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1981
13/20 4571-001
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1980-1982
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1984
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1986
13/23 4571-001
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1982
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Member Files: Last Names Beginning with G
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1980-1985
13/25 4571-001
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1981
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1981-1982
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1981-1984
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1979-1981
13/29 4571-001
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1981
13/30 4571-001
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1983
13/31 4571-001
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1981
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1982
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1982
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1983
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1978-1986
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1981-1984
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1984
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1977-1984
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1982-1983
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1981-1982
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1983
13/42 4571-001
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1979-1981
13/43 4571-001
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1983
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1980-1984
13/45 4571-001
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1982
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1981-1983
13/47 4571-001
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1984
13/48 4571-001
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1983
13/49 4571-001
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1981
13/50 4571-001
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1979
13/51 4571-001
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1979
13/52 4571-001
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1980
13/53 4571-001
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1982-1984
13/54 4571-001
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1982
13/55 4571-001
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1983-1986
13/56 4571-001
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1982
13/57 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with G
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1982-1983
13/58 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with G
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1979
13/59 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with G
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1981
13/60 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with H
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1982
13/61 4571-001
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1981
13/62 4571-001
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1980
13/63 4571-001
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1980
13/64 4571-001
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1983
13/65 4571-001
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1982
13/66 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with H
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1983
13/67 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with H
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1980
13/68 4571-001
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1983
13/69 4571-001
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1980-1981
13/70 4571-001
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1982-1985
13/71 4571-001
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1982-1984
13/72 4571-001
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1979-1982
13/73 4571-001
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1983
13/74 4571-001
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1981-1982
13/75 4571-001
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1979-1984
13/76 4571-001
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1985
13/77 4571-001
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1981-1984
13/78 4571-001
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1980-1985
13/79 4571-001
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1965-1984
13/80 4571-001
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1985
13/81 4571-001
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1981-1986
13/82 4571-001
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1982
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1981-1982
13/84 4571-001
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1984
13/85 4571-001
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1970-1986
13/86 4571-001
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1979-1981
13/87 4571-001
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1980-1984
13/88 4571-001
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1985
13/89 4571-001
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1982-1983
13/90 4571-001
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1978
13/91 4571-001
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1978-1984
13/92 4571-001
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1981-1985
13/93 4571-001
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1982-1984
13/94 4571-001
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1982-1986
13/95 4571-001
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1980
13/96 4571-001
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1980
13/97 4571-001
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1980-1986
13/98 4571-001
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1980-1986
13/99 4571-001
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1981
13/100 4571-001
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1985
13/101 4571-001
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1980-1982
13/102 4571-001
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1983
13/103 4571-001
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1984
13/104 4571-001
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1980-1981
13/105 4571-001
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1982
13/106 4571-001
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1981-1984
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1982
13/108 4571-001
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1982-1986
13/109 4571-001
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1972-1980
13/110 4571-001
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1980-1981
13/111 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with H
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1982
13/112 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with I
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1982-1983
13/113 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with I
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1980
13/114 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with I
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1981
13/115 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with I
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1981
13/116 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with I
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1980-1983
13/118 4571-001
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1982
13/119 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1980-1981
13/120 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1982
13/121 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1984
13/122 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1983
13/123 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1983
13/124 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1980-1986
13/125 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1984
13/126 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1983
13/127 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1982-1985
13/128 4571-001
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1981-1982
13/129 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1980-1982
13/130 4571-001
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1978-1985
13/131 4571-001
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1981
13/132 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1979
13/133 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1982
13/134 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1981-1982
13/135 4571-001
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1980-1982
13/136 4571-001
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1980
13/137 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1984
13/138 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1984
13/139 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1980-1982
13/140 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1979-1982
13/141 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1980
13/142 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1980-1983
13/117 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with J
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1981-1982
13/143 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1982
13/144 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1980
13/145 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1981
13/146 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1981-1982
13/147 4571-001
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1980
13/148 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1979-1982
13/149 4571-001
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1982
13/150 4571-001
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1980-1981
13/151 4571-001
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1981
13/152 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1983
13/153 4571-001
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1980-1986
13/154 4571-001
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1982-1983
13/155 4571-001
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1979-1981
13/156 4571-001
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1982
13/157 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1984
13/158 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1982-1984
13/159 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1982
13/160 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1974-1981
13/161 4571-001
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1984
13/162 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
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1983
13/163 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with K
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
13/164 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
13/165 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1968-1986
13/166 4571-001
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1983
13/167 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
13/168 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1982
13/169 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1986
13/170 4571-001
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1983-1984
13/171 4571-001
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1981
13/172 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1980-1983
13/173 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1982
13/174 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1983
13/175 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1981
13/176 4571-001
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1982
13/177 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1981
13/178 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1981-1982
13/179 4571-001
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1983
13/180 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
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1980-1982
13/181 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
13/182 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1985
13/183 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
13/184 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1983
13/185 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with L
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
13/187 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
13/188 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1985
13/189 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
13/190 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1978
13/191 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1981-1982
13/192 4571-001
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1979
13/193 4571-001
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1985
13/194 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1983
13/195 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1986
13/196 4571-001
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1982
13/197 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1982
13/198 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
13/199 4571-001
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1983
13/200 4571-001
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1980-1986
13/201 4571-001
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1979-1983
13/202 4571-001
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1981-1982
13/203 4571-001
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1979-1981
13/204 4571-001
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1981
13/205 4571-001
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1980-1981
13/206 4571-001
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1979-1982
13/207 4571-001
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1982-1983
13/208 4571-001
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1981
13/209 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1979-1983
13/210 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1981-1982
13/211 4571-001
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1981-1982
13/212 4571-001
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1981-1982
13/213 4571-001
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1981-1982
13/214 4571-001
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1983
13/215 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1982
13/216 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1980-1983
13/217 4571-001
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1980-1984
13/218 4571-001
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Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
13/219 4571-001
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Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
13/186 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with M
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1982-1983
14/1 4571-001
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1981-1982
14/2 4571-001
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1977-1985
14/3 4571-001
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1983-1983
14/4 4571-001
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1981-1982
14/5 4571-001
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1983
14/6 4571-001
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1982
14/7 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Mc
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1981-1983
14/8 4571-001
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1980
14/9 4571-001
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1983
14/10 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Mc
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/11 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Mc
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/12 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Mc
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/13 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Mc
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1986
14/14 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Mc
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978-1986
14/15 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with N
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/16 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with N
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978
14/17 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with N
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/18 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with N
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/19 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with O
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/20 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with O
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1983
14/21 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with O
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/22 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with O
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1984
14/23 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with O
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/24 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with O
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/25 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/26 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/27 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1986
14/28 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/29 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/30 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/31 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/32 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
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1982-1984
14/33 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/34 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1984
14/35 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/36 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1983
14/37 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/38 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/39 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/40 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1984
14/41 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/42 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1985
14/43 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/44 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/45 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with P
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/46 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Q
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/47 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1985
14/48 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1986
14/49 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/50 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/51 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/52 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/53 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/54 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/55 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/56 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/57 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983-1984
14/58 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/59 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1972
14/60 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1985
14/61 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1944-1986
14/62 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/63 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/64 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/65 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/66 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/67 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984-1986
14/68 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1986
14/69 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979
14/70 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/71 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/72 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/73 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/74 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/75 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/76 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/77 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/78 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/79 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/80 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/81 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/82 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/83 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/84 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with R
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978
14/85 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1986
14/86 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/87 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1983
14/88 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/89 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/90 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/91 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1986
14/92 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1985
14/93 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/94 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/95 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/96 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983-1984
14/97 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1986
14/98 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1985
14/99 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/100 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/101 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1985
14/102 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/103 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/104 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/105 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/106 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/107 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/108 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/109 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/110 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/111 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978-1979
14/112 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1984
14/113 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1983
14/114 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/115 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1983
14/116 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/117 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/118 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1984
14/119 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/120 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978
14/121 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1983
14/122 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1957-1982
14/123 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/124 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/125 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/126 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/127 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/128 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with S
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/129 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/130 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/131 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1985
14/132 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1986
14/133 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/134 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1984
14/135 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1984
14/136 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1981
14/137 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/138 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/139 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/140 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1984
14/141 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/142 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/143 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1984
14/144 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/145 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979
14/146 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/147 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/148 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/149 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/150 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/151 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/152 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/153 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/154 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1975-1985
14/155 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/156 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978-1982
14/157 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with T
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/158 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with U
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983-1984
14/159 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with V
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/160 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with V
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/161 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with V
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/162 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with V
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/163 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/164 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/165 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983-1986
14/166 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/167 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1983
14/168 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1985
14/169 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1985
14/170 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983-1984
14/171 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1983
14/172 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1984
14/173 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/174 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1982
14/175 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1982
14/176 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1977-1985
14/177 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/178 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1980
14/179 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/180 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/181 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1976-1982
14/182 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/183 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/184 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/185 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/186 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/187 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/188 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/189 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1978
14/190 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1976-1978
14/191 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/192 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/193 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/194 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/195 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/196 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/197 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1982
14/198 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/199 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1984
14/200 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/201 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1982
14/202 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/203 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1979-1980
14/204 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/205 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1984
14/206 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1982
14/207 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1982
14/208 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1985
14/209 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1984
14/210 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/211 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/212 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981-1986
14/213 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/214 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1985
14/215 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/216 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/217 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/218 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/219 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with W
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/220 4571-001
Member Files: Last Names Beginning with Z
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/221-14/246 4571-001
Subseries C: Files on Employees of Local 541
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1977-1984
Box/Folder Accession
14/221 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1983
14/222 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/223 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/224 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1977-1984
14/225 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/226 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/227 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/228 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/229 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/230 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980
14/231 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/232 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/233 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1981
14/234 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1981
14/235 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/236 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982
14/237 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/238 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/239 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1982-1984
14/240 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/241 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1980-1983
14/242 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/243 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/244 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/245 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
14/246 4571-001
Employee Earnings Documents
Restrictions on Access: Restricted
1983
15/1-15/34 4571-001
Series VIII: Employer Files,
1967-1986
Box/Folder Accession
15/1-15/14 4571-001
Subseries A: Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation,
1968-1986
Box/Folder Accession
15/1 4571-001
Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation: Discrimination Issues
1968-1983
15/2 4571-001
Correspondence: Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation: Grievances, Affirmative Action, Contract and Policy Negotiations
1972-1980
15/3 4571-001
Todd Shipyards Corporation
1972-1980
15/4 4571-001
Fraser Boiler Service, Inc.; Todd Shipyards
1979-1980
15/5 4571-001
Leaflet: Todd Shipyard: New Absenteeism Policy
1980-1986
15/6 4571-001
Shop Steward Notes and Correspondence: Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation
1980-1986
15/7 4571-001
Arbitration: Machinists Local 79 v. Todd Pacific Shipyards: New Absenteeism-Tardiness Program
1980
15/8 4571-001
Letter to Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation Management from Union Business Manager Oscar Hearde: Luston House Campaigning for Union Office on Company Property
1982
15/9 4571-001
Data Center: Corporate Profile of Todd Shipyards Corporation: Volume I
1982
15/10 4571-001
Data Center: Corporate Profile of Todd Shipyards Corporation: Volume II
1982
15/11 4571-001
Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation: Respirator and Facial Hair Policy
1982
15/12 4571-001
Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation: Holding Sandblasters out of Seniority
1983
15/13 4571-001
Correspondence: Sexual Harassment at Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation
1984
15/14 4571-001
Settlement Agreement: Todd Pacific Shipyard Corporation: Subcontracting Labor
1985
15/15-15/16 4571-001
Subseries B: Foss Launch and Tug,
1971-1986
Box/Folder Accession
15/15 4571-001
Foss Launch and Tug
1971-1980
15/16 4571-001
Local 252: Grievances: Foss Launch and Tug: Shop Steward Robert F. Coan: Misassignment of Work
1986
15/17 4571-001
Subseries C: Northwest Enviroservice, Inc.,
1985-1985
Box/Folder Accession
15/17 4571-001
Settlement Agreement and Reinstatements: Grievance: Northwest Enviroservice, Inc.: Colleen Christiensen and Dennis Parmelee Terminations
1985
15/18-15/23 4571-001
Subseries D: Northwest Tank Service,
1979-1981
Box/Folder Accession
15/18 4571-001
Northwest Tank Service
1979-1980
15/19 4571-001
Arbitration: Local 541 v. Northwest Tank Service: Discharge of Charles Campbell (1 of 4)
1980-1981
15/20 4571-001
Arbitration: Local 541 v. Northwest Tank Service: Discharge of Charles Campbell (2 of 4)
1980-1981
15/21 4571-001
Arbitration: Local 541 v. Northwest Tank Service: Discharge of Charles Campbell (3 of 4)
1980-1981
15/22 4571-001
Arbitration: Local 541 v. Northwest Tank Service: Discharge of Charles Campbell (4 of 4)
1980-1981
15/23 4571-001
Notes and Correspondence: Decertification at Northwest Tank Service
1981
15/24-15/25 4571-001
Subseries E: Marine Power,
1972-1980
Box/Folder Accession
15/24 4571-001
Marine Power (1 of 2)
1972-1980
15/25 4571-001
Marine Power (2 of 2)
1972-1980
15/26-15/28 4571-001
Subseries F: Lake Union Dry-dock Company,
1970-1980
Box/Folder Accession
15/26 4571-001
Lake Union Dry-dock Company Seniority Lists and Grievances; Correspondence Regarding Matters Brought to the International Union for Resolution
1970-1980
15/27 4571-001
Lake Union Dry-dock Company
1973-1980
15/28 4571-001
Lake Union Dry-dock Company
1979
15/29 4571-001
Subseries G: Rowe Machine Works, Inc.,
1979-1980
Box/Folder Accession
15/29 4571-001
Rowe Machine Works Inc.
1979-1980
15/30 4571-001
Subseries H: Northland Marine Lines, Inc.,
1968-1976
Box/Folder Accession
15/30 4571-001
Northland Marine Lines, Inc.
1968-1976
15/31 4571-001
Subseries I: Duwamish Shipyard, Inc.,
1974-1980
Box/Folder Accession
15/31 4571-001
Employer File: Duwamish Shipyard, Inc.
1974-1980
15/32-15/34 4571-001
Subseries J: Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company,
1967-1980
Box/Folder Accession
15/32 4571-001
Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company (1 of 2)
1967-1980
15/33 4571-001
Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company (2 of 2)
1967-1980
15/34 4571-001
Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company
1969-1980
15/35-15/36; 16/5; 16/7-16/8; 16/12 4571-001
Series IX: Photographs, Ephemera and Posters,
1942-1985
Box/Folder Accession
15/35 4571-001
Photographs and Negatives: Local 541 Officers and Activities
1977
15/36 4571-001
Photographs and Negatives: Local 541 Members and Officers at the Labor Temple in Seattle, WA
1982
16/5 4571-001
Poster: "Send a Shipyard Worker to Congress: Elect Hugh De Lacy"
1942
16/7 4571-001
Election Materials: Bob Barnes, Nancy San Carlos, Gene Taylor, Mary Bingham, Red Coan, Joe Warren
1983
16/8 4571-001
Executive Board Election Poster of Oscar Hearde, Bob Barnes, Geraldine Walker, R.L. Willis, Charlie Cross, Linda Crain, and Joe Warren; Large Copy of Settlement Check from Van T. Harrison
1983-1984
16/12 4571-001
Button: 1.5", Orange, "Ship Scalers Union: Member: AFL-CIO: Local 541"
1960-1985

Accession No. 4571-002: Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Boat Yard Workers Union Records, 1946-1988Return to Top

(3 boxes)

Scope and Content: The Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 (Seattle, Washington) Records, Accession 4571-002, ranges in date from 1946 to 1988. The accession consists of the records of the union during that time. Included in the collection are files on the Pablo O'Higgins Mural, Robert A. Barnes' files, legal subject files detailing litigation between members of the union, between the local and international unions, and between Local 541 and various employers, a Constitution of the Laborers International Union of North America, regular meeting, special meeting, committee meeting and executive board meeting minutes, correspondence, strikes, grievances, and elections posters.

Restrictions on Access: Access restricted: For terms of access contact Special Collections.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Bob Barnes, August 08, 2011.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-1/2 4571-002
Series I: Pablo O'Higgins Mural,
1975-1983
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 4571-002
Correspondence: Mexican Muralist Pablo O'Higgins and John Caughlan: Murals Regarding Ship Scalers in Seattle
1975-1981
1/2 4571-002
Publications about Pablo O'Higgins:Casa de la Cultura, Gobierno del Estado de Nuevo Leon ; Museo Diego Rivera; Metamorfosis: Northwest Chicano Magazine of Art and Literature
1975-1983
1/3-1/5 4571-002
Series II: Robert A. Barnes Files,
1977-1988
Box/Folder Accession
1/3 4571-002
Robert A. Barnes Resume: Local 541 Secretary/Treasurer and Assistant Business Representative
1988
1/4 4571-002
Robert A. Barnes: Field Notes
1979
1/5 4571-002
Robert A. Barnes: Notes and Correspondence: Contract Negotiations and Internal Issues
1977
1/6-1/26 4571-002
Series III: Legal Subject Files,
1955-1987
Box/Folder Accession
1/6 4571-002
Correspondence: Letters and Court Documents: Laborers' International Union of North America
1980-1981
1/7 4571-002
Washington District Court Case 725-72C2: Local 541 vs. International: Deposition of Van T. Harrison
1976
1/8 4571-002
US District Court: Western Washington: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 vs. International: Answers to Interrogatories
1975
1/9 4571-002
US District Court: Western Washington: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 vs. International: Index of Pleadings Volume I
1972-1973
1/10 4571-002
US District Court: Western Washington: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 vs. International: Pleadings; Election Correspondence
1973-1975
1/11 4571-002
Legal Documents: Local 541 v. International; Elections
1973-1977
1/12 4571-002
US District Court: Seattle: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 v. International: Depositions of Joel Wiegert and Forrest Theodore Hilton
1973
1/13 4571-002
US District Court: Western Washington: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 vs. International: Depositions and Correspondence
1973-1974
1/14 4571-002
US District Court: Western Washington: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 vs. International: Depositions; IRS Appeal by Oscar and Esther Hearde
1969-1973
1/15 4571-002
Superior Court of Washington: King County: Case No. 87-2-05865-4: Scannell and Bannister v. Barnes, Coan, Rouse, Robinson and Rayland: Judgment
1987
1/16 4571-002
Legal Documents and Correspondence: Cases Between Local 541 and the International
1955-1977
1/17 4571-002
Correspondence, Court Documents and Press: Elections Issues and Tensions with International
1948-1982
1/18 4571-002
Police Report: 541 Office Robbery; Notes and Correspondence: Tensions with International
1967-1976
1/19 4571-002
US District Court: Seattle: Case No. 725-72C2: Local 541 v. International: Answers to Interrogatories
1973-1975
1/20 4571-002
Transcript of Proceedings: Trial Board of Shipscalers Local 541: Hearing of Charges Brought Against Van T. Harrison, Membership No. 0274299
1981
1/21 4571-002
Proof Charges: Lost Income to Local and International
1979-1980
1/22 4571-002
Local 541: Charges Against Van T. Harrison
1981
1/23 4571-002
Proof of Local 541's Charges Against Van T. Harrison (1 of 3)
1972-1981
1/24 4571-002
Proof of Local 541's Charges Against Van T. Harrison (2 of 3)
1972-1981
1/25 4571-002
Proof of Local 541's Charges Against Van T. Harrison (3 of 3)
1972-1981
1/26 4571-002
Statement of Charges Against Van T. Harrison
1974-1974
1/27 4571-002
Series IV: Constitutions,
1971
Box/Folder Accession
1/27 4571-002
Laborers' International Union of North America: Constitutions
1971
2/1-2/5 4571-002
Series V: Meeting Minutes,
1968-1986
Box/Folder Accession
2/1 4571-002
Shipscalers Union Local #541: Executive Board Meeting Minutes and Notes (1 of 2)
1968-1980
2/2 4571-002
Shipscalers Union Local #541: Executive Board Meeting Minutes and Notes (2 of 2)
1968-1980
2/3 4571-002
Minutes: Scalers Union Special Meetings and Board Meetings; Contract Negotiations
1977-1980
2/4 4571-002
Minutes: Membership, Executive Board and Benevolent Corporation Meetings (1 of 2)
1980-1986
2/5 4571-002
Minutes: Membership, Executive Board and Benevolent Corporation Meetings (2 of 2)
1980-1986
2/6-3/8 4571-002
Series VI: Internal Tensions,
1951-1987
Box/Folder Accession
2/6 4571-002
Campaign Literature: Local 541 campaign flyers
1983-1983
2/7 4571-002
Correspondence: Newsletters, Grievances, Election Protests
1978-1986
2/8 4571-002
Correspondence: Discrimination, Grievances, Union Leader Indictments
1951-1987
2/9 4571-002
Correspondence: Local 541 Suspension; Attempts at Settlement with International
1977-1986
2/10 4571-002
Correspondence: Dues Increase; Unauthorized Use of Union Funds
1972-1985
2/11 4571-002
Correspondence, Press Clippings, Grievances: Misuse of Union Funds, May Day 1980, Anti-Communist Government Measures
1978-1980
2/12 4571-002
Legal Transcript: Hearing on Charges Brought Against Van T. Harrison
1979
2/13 4571-002
Articles, Flyers, Endorsements for Jesse Jackson
1973-1986
2/14 4571-002
Minutes and Notes: Suspension of Local 541, Letters of Community Support, Handwritten Notes
1979-1986
2/15 4571-002
Membership List; Election Correspondence
1972-1975
2/16 4571-002
Pacific: Publication of The Seattle Times: May 2
1982
2/17 4571-002
Press and Notes: Anti-Communist Activities, Strike of 1981, Elections
1951-1981
2/18 4571-002
Elections and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Complaint: Oscar Hearde: Discrimination
1968-1979
2/19 4571-002
Letters and Statements: Complaints and Investigation of 1974 Election
1974
2/20 4571-002
Correspondence and Bookkeeping: "New, Fair" Elections Materials, Delinquent Payments
1956-1975
3/1 4571-002
Investigation of Unfair 1974 Election; Exhibits and Materials
1972-1975
3/2 4571-002
Local Elections: Statements and Newsletters
1972-1975
3/3 4571-002
Membership Lists and Voting Records
1975
3/4 4571-002
Membership Lists (1 of 2)
1975
3/5 4571-002
Membership Lists (2 of 2)
1975
3/6 4571-002
Correspondence: Northwest EnviroService; Suspension with Laborers' International Union of North America; Meeting Minutes
1978-1986
3/7 4571-002
Financial Reports
1981-1985
3/8 4571-002
Publication: Scaler News: January
1978
3/9-3/17 4571-002
Series VII: Correspondence,
1951-1985
Box/Folder Accession
3/9 4571-002
Correspondence: Letters and Reports on Dues Increase Process
1963-1985
3/10 4571-002
Correspondence: Lockheed Co. Employee Termination Letters
1972-1979
3/11 4571-002
Correspondence and Press: Grievances, Strike, Tension with International
1977-1985
3/12 4571-002
Correspondence: Dues and Elections
1975
3/13 4571-002
State Legislature Elections: Political Leaflets and Correspondence
1973-1974
3/14 4571-002
Personal Correspondence: Unknown Member
1977-1978
3/15 4571-002
Jurisdiction Issues: Correspondence, Minutes
1951-1977
3/16 4571-002
Correspondence and the Laborers' International Union of North America Constitutions
1969-1981
3/17 4571-002
Correspondence: Member Mailings
1981-1984
3/18-3/29 4571-002
Series VIII: Strikes and Grievances,
1946-1986
Box/Folder Accession
3/18 4571-002
Grievances and Related Correspondence
1961-1978
3/19 4571-002
Grievances: Todd Pacific Shipyards
1980-1986
3/20 4571-002
Correspondence, Press, and Photographs: Racism and Sexual Harassment at Todd Pacific, Local Issues, Corruption in the International
1980-1986
3/21 4571-002
Bulletins: Corruption at Todd Pacific Shipyards and International Union
1980-1985
3/22 4571-002
Employment Act of 1946; Correspondence Regarding Hiring and Safety Issues
1946-1972
3/23 4571-002
Member Notices: Lockheed Employees. Brief of Union on Arbitration Between Boilermakers Local 104 and Todd Shipyard
1969-1969
3/24 4571-002
Correspondence: Contract Enforcement
1953-1975
3/25 4571-002
Grievances and Bulletins
1976-1976
3/26 4571-002
Lockheed Yard 2 Shop Committee
1976-1976
3/27 4571-002
Shop Committees and Contract Negotiation Strategies
1976-1976
3/28 4571-002
Lockheed Bulletins and Grievances
1976-1978
3/29 4571-002
Health Plan Analysis and Fiberglass Grievance
1975-1976
4/1-4/2 4571-002
Series IX: Elections Posters,
1982-1983
Box/Folder Accession
4/1 4571-002
Elections Posters: Qualified, Experienced, Dedicated: Barnes, San Carlos, Taylor, Bingham, Coan, Warren
1983
4/2 4571-002
Elections Poster: Local 79: Gibbons, Benjamin, Anderson, Turnbull
1982

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • African American labor union members
  • Civil rights movements--Washington(State)--Seattle
  • Labor unions and communism
  • Labor unions--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Corporate Names :
  • Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Miscellaneous Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 541 (Seattle, Washington)--Archives
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle, Washington (State)
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Barnes, Robert Alan (creator)
    • Cameron, Donald T (creator)
    • Corporate Names :
    • Labor Archives of Washington (University of Washington) (creator)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

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