Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union, Local 7 records, 1915-1985  PDF

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Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union. Local 7 (Seattle, Wash.)
Title
Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union, Local 7 records
Dates
1915-1985 (inclusive)
1933-1982 (bulk)
Quantity
46.31 cubic feet
Collection Number
3927 (Accession No. 3927-001)
Summary
Labor union of Seattle, Washington
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
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Founded in 1933 as the Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union, Local 18257 of the American Federation of Labor (AFL), it represented Alaska salmon cannery workers and farm workers. In 1937, the union became Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union, Local 7 of the United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America of the Congress of Industrial Organziations (CIO). In 1945, Local 7 became affiliated with the Food, Tobacco, and Agricultural Workers of America (CIO). In 1951 the union became Local 37 of International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, and ca. 1987 it became Region 37 of IBU/ILWU. The membership historically was Filipino American cannery workers.

The Cannery Workers' and Farm Laborers' Union was organized June 19, 1933 in Seattle to represent the primarily Filipino-American laborers who worked in the Alaska salmon canneries. Filipino Alaskeros first appeared in the canneries around 1911. In the 1920s as exclusionary immigration laws went into effect, they replaced the Japanese, who had replaced the Chinese in the canneries. Workers were recruited through labor contractors who were paid to provide a work crew for the summer canning season. The contractor paid workers wages and other expenses. This system led to many abuses and harsh working conditions from which grew the movement toward unionization.

The CWFLU, under the leadership of its first President, Virgil Duyungan, was chartered as Local 19257 by the American Federation of Labor in 1933. On December 1, 1936 an agent of a labor contractor murdered Duyungan and Secretary Aurelio Simon. Despite this setback, the union was able to win a hiring hall and end the contract labor system in 1937. After Duyungan's death, Conrad Espe, A Norwegian-American labor organizer, took the leading role in the union. Under the leadership of Duyungan and Espe, the CWFLU made numerous attempts to organize farm workers during the winter months. Farm Division organizers attempted to organize workers in Yakima, Kent, Everett, Bainbridge Island and the White River area, but were often met with harsh opposition from local officials and vigilantes.

Local 18257 came into conflict with the AFL, in 1937 when the parent body, attempting to separate the union along racial lines, recognized a Japanese local organized by Clarence Arai. Local 18257 successfully retained negotiation rights and dispatched its workers in 1937 despite pickets set up by the rival group. Bitterness toward the AFL resulted from the incidents and led to a November 4 vote by the Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco locals to affiliate with the newly formed United Cannery, Agricultural, Packinghouse and Allied Workers of America-CIO (UCAPAWA). In Seattle, Local 18257 became UCAPAWA, Local 7and in San Francisco and Portland Cannery Workers unions also joined UCAPAWA Opponents of reaffiliation, led by John Ayamo and called the "defeated candidates party," received the old 18257 charter and challenged Local 7 for the right to represent cannery workers. On May 4, 1938 the issue was settled in Local 7's favor in a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) supervised election. The industry representative, Canned Salmon Industry Inc., subsequently recognized the victorious union. Ayamo later formed another AFL union, the Alaska Fish Cannery Workers, under the jurisdiction of the Seafarers International Union. In 1937 also, the CWFLU merged with a rival, the Filipino Protective Association. I.R. Cabatit was president of the union during the period of rivalry with the AFL. When he was succeeded by Trinidad Rojo in 1939, the CWFLU, Local 7 was on the verge of bankruptcy. It was discovered that officers had been selling membership cards, misappropriating funds and neglecting their duties. Rojo cut expenses and returned the union to a sound financial footing.

The years of World War II depleted the union's ranks and brought government-imposed emergency controls, including a ban on strikes and a wage freeze. Although union members returned after the war, the union entered one of its most turbulent decades, one marked by internal struggle and external pressure.

The canning industry trend since the 1930s had been to move company headquarters to Seattle in order to cut down on transportation costs to Alaska. In response, Local 5 of San Francisco and Local 226 of Portland merged with Local 7 in 1943. In the same period, the industry also consolidated into a permanent organization, the Alaska Salmon Industry Inc., which functioned as principal party in contract negotiations.

During the war, the Caballeros de Dimas Alang, a Filipino fraternal organization, emerged as a powerful faction that came to control many positions within the union. Corruption and neglect in the union led disgruntled members to found the Rank and File Committee in 1946. The tension in the union erupted into conflict on February 9, 1947 when union Vice President, Max Gonzales, pulled a gun and shot at, but missed, one of the reformers, Matias Lagunilla. This incident precipitated an investigation by the new International, the Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of America, which had succeeded UCAPAWA earlier that year. The international expelled Gonzales, suspended the other officers and set up an administrative board with Trinidad Rojo as administrative President. The ousted officers formed the Seafood Workers Union and launched a membership drive. The SFWU attempted unsuccessfully to use the courts to dissolve Local 7 and to take over its funds. In 1948, however, after the NLRB declared it to be a company union, the SFWU merged with the Alaska Fish Cannery Workers Union (AFL), a holdover from the dual union battle of 1938, and petitioned the NLRB for representation elections. The NLRB denied representation to Local 7, ruling that the FTA International had not filed non-Communist affidavits, and set an election for April 1949. The campaign was bitter, with Local 7 accused of being a Communist union by the opposition. Before the election, U.S. Immigration officials arrested Local 7's business agent, Ernesto Mangaoang and charged him with being a Communist. Chris Mensalvas, elected to the presidency of Local 7 in 1949, was also arrested. After the CIO, fearing charges of Communism, expelled the FTA International, some Local 7 officers resigned and disassociated themselves from the union. In 1950 a group of these officers, "defeated candidates", and other cannery workers joined to form another union, ostensibly "red-free" Local 77, UPAWA-CIO, with Vincent Navea as its president. Meanwhile, in 1950, Local 7 affiliated with the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU) and became Local 7-C. In a NLRB representation election in 1950, Local 7-C finally won collective bargaining rights, defeating Local 77 and the AFCWU. In 1951 the union signed a four-year closed shop contract with the canning industry. Local 7-C subsequently became ILWU, Local 37 .

Charges of Communist infiltration continued to haunt Local 37 in the 1950s and Ernesto Mangaoang barely escaped deportation. From the late 1950s to 1977, Local 37 was led by President Gene Navarro. Navarro ran the union on the "compadre" system, a cultural system of personal obligations, allegiances and favors. During the 1970s the cannery work force experienced an influx of new laborers - recently arrived Filipino immigrants, young Filipino­Americans and non-Filipino men and women. The new and younger workers were dissatisfied with work conditions and lack of support by the Navarro leadership. As a result, some members including Silme and Nemesio Domingo and Gene Viernes, formed a new organization outside the union: the Alaska Cannery Workers Association (ACWA). Their purpose was to pursue their grievances through legal channels. In 1974, numerous candidates who belonged to ACWA confronted the union after failing to win election and were expelled. After Gene Navarro died in 1976 and was replaced by Tony Baruso, the young reform workers regained their membership. Upon their return, they formed the Rank and File Committee of Local 37. In the 1978 elections, they won 9 positions on the Executive Council, and subsequently won delegate positions and posts on the grievance committee. In 1979, reform forces succeeded in the recall of Secretary­Treasurer Ponce Torres. In the fall of 1980, the reform group gained control of the union with Silme Domingo winning the post of Secretary-Treasurer and Gene Viernes the job of dispatcher. On June 1, 1981, Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes were shot and killed in the union hall. Two young Filipinos, Pompeyo Benito Guloy and Jimmy Bulosan Ramil, were subsequently convicted of the crime. Local 37 president, Tony Baruso was also a suspect in the crime, and was eventually charged, tried, and, in 1991, convicted of planning the murders. Before Baruso's arrest, an internal union investigation looked into his involvement in the crime and also into charges of election fraud. The Rank and File Committee led a successful campaign to oust Baruso after he was found guilty of election fraud. In 1982, the union overwhelmingly elected a reform slate of candidates, including Terri Mast, widow of Silme Domingo, as President. In the 1980s, the union changed its name again to IBU/ILWU, Region 37 reflecting a merger of the Longshoremen's Union with the Inlandboatmen's Union of the Pacific.

For additional historical background on the Cannery Workers Union, see a series of articles by Gene Viernes in the International Examiner in 1977.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The local's entire history through 1981 is documented well, but to varying extents, by minutes, correspondence, case files, court papers and other record series. The files of Local 7 (Parts III and IV) are the most extensive portions of the papers. The earliest years of the union are better documented than the period of Local 37, the longest era. Little correspondence ofLocal37's presidents or other leader is present. Records for the 1960's and 1970's are especially sparse.

Contrary to expectations, no records of Local 5 and 226 in San Francisco and Portland were found. These locals were ordered to send their records to Seattle when they were amalgamated with Local 7 in 1943. Local 7's records do include numerous copies of minutes and correspondence of these locals, which were sent to Seattle from time to time and also extensive files of correspondence with other locals.

Major personal correspondents include: Tony Baruso, Ireneo Cabatit, Virgil Duyungan, A.E. Harding, Donald Henderson, Chris D. Mensalvas, Prudencio P. Mori, Vincente Navea, Gene Navarro, Frank T. Patterson, Trinidad A. Rojo, Victorio A. Velasco, and Gene Viernes. Major corporate correspondents include Maritime Federation of the Pacific Coast, Washington Commonwealth Federation, Pacific Coast Fisheries Organization and Coordinating Committee, Washington Industrial Union Council, Seattle Industrial Union Council, Alaska Cannery Workers Association, Alaska Salmon Industry Inc., New England Fish Company, Pacific American Fisheries, United Cannery Agricultural, Packinghouse and Allied Workers of America, Food Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of America, Nakat Packing Corporation, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, Alaska Council.

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RECORD GROUP 1: MINUTES, 1933-1952;, 1981-1982Return to Top

Container(s): Box-folder 1/1-6/20

This record group consists of meeting minutes, agendas, reports, memoranda and correspondence that give insight into the day-to-day workings of local union and labor coalitions, as well as the relationship between local unions and their national-level counterparts. Additionally, this record group includes the brochures, handouts, reports, agendas and meeting minutes relating to special union events, such as conventions, summits, strikes, banquets and fundraisers.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1-1/6
Box/Folder
1/1
Executive Board and Membership (bound)
1933-1936
1/2
Executive Board (May-Oct. 1937)
1937
1/3-5 1936-1937
1/6
Regarding changing affiliation from AFL to CIO
1/7-3/9
SERIES II : CANNERY WORKERS' AND FARM LABORERS' UNION, LOCAL 7 (UCAPAWA-CIO)
Box/Folder
1/7-2/8 1937-1945
2/9-3/9 1937-1944
3/10-4/7
SERIES III : CANNERY WORKERS' AND FARM LABORERS' UNION, LOCAL 7 (FTA-CIO)
Box/Folder
3/10-4/1 1946-1949
4/2-4/7
Membership
1946-1949
4/8-6/5
SERIES IV : INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S AND WAREHOUSEMEN'S UNION, LOCAL 37
Box/Folder
4/8-5/12 1952-1982
5/13-6/5 1953-1982
6/6-6/10
SERIES V : ALASKA CANNERY WORKERS UNION, LOCAL 5 (UCAPAWA-CIO), San Francisco
Box/Folder
6/6-6/7
Executive Board
1938-1939, 1941, 1943
6/8-6/10
Membership
1938-1943
6/11
SERIES VI : NORTHWEST ALASKA CANNERY WORKERS UNION, LOCAL 226 (UCAPAWA-CIO) Portland
1939-1941
6/12
SERIES VII : SOUTHERN ALASKA CANNERY WORKERS UNION, LOCAL 237 (UCAPAWA-CIO) Ketchikan
1941, Undated
6/13-6/20
SERIES VIII : CANNERY WORKERS' AND FARM LABORERS' UNION, LOCAL 7 (FTA). BRANCHES.
Box/Folder
6/13-6/14
Portland Branch
1944, 1947-1949
6/15-6/16
San Francisco Branch
1943-1944
6/17
Stockton Branch
1947-1949
6/18
Miscellaneous
1937-1949
6/19
Unidentified
1938-1939
6/20
Agenda of Meetings
1949, 1981-1982

RECORD GROUP 2 :  CANNERY WORKERS' AND FARM LABORERS' UNION, LOCAL 18257 (American Federation of Labor), 1933-1937, 1933-1937Return to Top

Container(s): Box-folder 7/1-9/22

The record group consists of meeting minutes, agendas, reports, memoranda and correspondence that give insight into the day-to-day workings of local union and labor coalitions, as well as the relationship between local unions and their national-level counterparts. Additionally, this Record Group includes the brochures, handouts, reports, agendas and meeting minutes relating to special union events, such as conventions, summits, strikes, banquets and fundraisers.

Within each part of the records, a filing system was devised for the union's correspondence. First, a division was made between correspondence within the union and external correspondence. Internal correspondence was divided between members correspondence (usually separate in the original order), correspondence among officers, correspondence with branches, delegates and the parent international. Member's correspondence is arranged by year, all other correspondence is arranged alphabetically The outgoing letters series consists of flyers and other mailings sent mainly to members.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
7/1-9/17
Subgroup A :  General Files
1933-1953
Box/Folder
7/1 1933
7/2-7/9
SERIES II : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--Branches and Other Locals
1934-1937
Box/Folder
7/2
Agricultural District
1934
7/3
Anacortes Division
1937
7/4
Everett Division
1936-1937
7/5
Ketchikan Branch
1937
7/5a
Petersburg Branch
1937
7/6
Portland Branch
1937
7/7
Local 18893 (AFL) San Francisco
1934
7/8
Local 20296 (AFL) Bellingham
1937
7/9
Local 20195 Alaska Cannery Workers Union (AFL) San Francisco
1936-1937
7/10-8/3
SERIES III : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
1933-1938
Box/Folder
7/10-7/11 1934-1937
7/12-7/17 1933-1937
7/18-7/20
Attorneys
1934-1937
Box/Folder
7/18
Ayamo, John S.
1934
7/19
Golub, Stanley D.
1937
7/20
Molthan, James J.
1937
7/21
Personal Correspondence of Irineo R. Cabatit
1937-1938
7/22
Other Unions
1934-1937
7/23-7/24
American Federation of Labor (AFL)
1933-1935
8/1
Association of Pacific Fisheries
1934
8/2
U.S. National Recovery Administration
1934-1935
8/3 1933-1937
8/4
SERIES IV : INTERORGANIZATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE
1934, 1937
8/5
SERIES V : OUTGOING LETTERS--notices to membership
1934-1937, Undated
8/6
SERIES VI :  DELEGATES REPORTS
1937, Undated
8/7-8/13
SERIES VII : SUBJECT SERIES
1934-1937
Box/Folder
8/7
AFL Agreement
1937
8/8
Credentials
1934-1937
8/9 1937
8/10
Referendum on CIO or AFL
1937
8/11
Resignations
1936-1937
8/12
Statistics
1934-1937
8/13 1937, Undated
8/14-8/15 1934-1937
8/16-8/23
SERIES IX : CASE FILES
1934-1937
Box/Folder
8/16
Arce, Domingo
1937
8/17
Balagot, Sammy
1934
8/18
Claims--Snug Harbor
1937
8/19
Santos, Cuadra vs Pacific American Fisheries
1936
8/20
Torres, Vincent--Deceased
1936
8/21 1937
8/22
Files Closed in 1937
1937
8/23
Miscellaneous
1934
8/24-9/1
SERIES X : COURT PAPERS
1937
Box/Folder
8/24
AFL vs CWFLU Local 18257
1937
8/25
CWFLU Local 18257 vs AFL
1937
8/26
Fernandez vs Tanagi
1934
8/27
La Bonite vs CWFLU 18257
1937
9/1
Quilantang vs Conrad Espe, et al
1937
9/4
SERIES XI : CONFERENCES
1933-1935
9/5
SERIES XII :  RESOLUTIONS
1936-1937
9/6
SERIES XIII : AFFADAVITS
1933-1937
9/7
SERIES XIV :  PETITIONS
1933, 1936-1937
9/8
SERIES XV : ALASKA SALMON INDUSTRY
Undated
9/9
SERIES XVI : SETTLEMENT STATEMENT
1937
9/10-9/14
SERIES XVII : LISTS
1934-1939; 1952-1953
Box/Folder
9/10
Companies
1937, Undated
9/11
Delegates
1937
9/12
Executive Board meetings attendance (bd. vol.)
1934, 1936-1939, 1952-1953
9/13
Membership
1935-1937, Undated
9/14
Miscellaneous
1937, Undated
9/15
SERIES XVIII :  SPEECHES AND WRITINGS
1934, Undated
9/16
SERIES XIX : NOTES
Undated
9/17
SERIES XX :  EPHEMERA
1928-1936, Undated
9/18
Subgroup B : Continuation Committee
1937
9/19
Subgroup C : Election Committee
1937
9/20
Subgroup D: Grievance Committee
1936-1937
9/21
Subgroup E : Policy Committee
1937
9/22
Subgroup F : Northwest Council of Cannery Workers
1937

RECORD GROUP 3 :  CANNERY WORKERS AND FARM LABORERS' UNION, LOCAL 7 (UNITED CANNERY, AGRICULTURAL, PACKING & ALLIED WORKERS OF AMERICA-CIO), 1933-1952,, 1981-1982Return to Top

Container(s): Box-folder 10/1-23/28

This record group consists of meeting minutes, agendas, reports, memoranda and correspondence that give insight into the day-to-day workings of local union and labor coalitions, as well as the relationship bet ween local unions and their national-level counterparts. Additionally, this record group includes the brochures, handouts, reports, agendas and meeting minutes relating to special union events, such as conventions, summits, strikes, banquets and fundraisers.

Within each record group, a filing system was devised for the union's correspondence. First, a division was made between correspondence within the union and external correspondence. Internal correspondence was divided between members correspondence (usually separate in the original order), correspondence among officers, correspondence with branches, delegates and the parent international. Member's correspondence is arranged by year, all other correspondence is arranged alphabetically The outgoing letters series consists of flyers and other mailings sent mainly to members.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
10/1-21/34
Subgroup A : General Records
1936-1944
Box/Folder
10/1-4 1933
10/5-10/17
SERIES II : OUTGOING LETTERS
1937-1944
Box/Folder
10/5-6
General
1937-1944
10/7-8 1937-1944
10/9-15
Letters of recommendation
1937-1944
10/16-17
Re: Release from employers
1943-1944
10/18-10/28
SERIES III : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--UCAPAWA
1938-1944
Box/Folder
10/18-19
International General Secretary-Treasurer
1938-1944
10/20
Dellama, Rose, International Reps.
1944
10/21
Espe, Conrad, International V.P. & Executive V.P.
1938-1944
10/22-25
Henderson, Donald, International President
1938-1944
10/26
Tiller, Dixie, International V.P. & Regional Director
1943-1944
10/27
Other Officers
1939-1945
10/28
District 1
1938-1941
10/29-10/52
SERIES IV : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--Locals & Branches
1937-1945
Box/Folder
10/29-36
Local 5--San Francisco
1938-1943
10/37
Local 7--Portland Branch
1937
10/38-40
Local 7--San Francisco Branch
1943-1945
10/41
Local 20--Stockton
1939-1940
10/42-43
Local 222--Petersburg, Alaska
1937-1939
10/44-46
Local 226--Portland
1938-1945
10/47
Local 7 Portland Branch
1944-1945
10/48
Local 7 Stockton Branch
1944
10/49
Local 236--Hoonah, Alaska
1944
10/50-51
Local 237--Ketchikan, Alaska
1937-1944
10/52
Other UCAPAWA Locals
1938-1941
10/53-11/6
SERIES V : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--Other Unions
1937-1944
Box/Folder
10/53
A-D
1939-1944
10/54
F
1938-1944
11/1
H-L
1938-1942
11/2
I.L.W.U. (Locals & international)
1938-1941
11/3
M-N
1938-1944
11/4
Newspaper Guild, American. Local 82 (Seattle)
1937-1944
11/5
O-W
1938-1943
11/6
Workers Alliance of America (and Locals)
1938-1940
11/7-11/16
SERIES VI : INTERNAL CORRESPONDENCE--Officers & Executive Council
1937-1945
Box/Folder
11/7
Executive Board
1938-1944
11/8
Executive Council
1943-1944
11/9-10
Cabatit, Irineo R.
1937-1939, 1943
11/11-12
Rojo, Trinidad A.
1939-1944
11/13-14
Treasurer (M.S. Ventura & Johnny Lucero)
1942-1943
11/15
Fox, Ernest (Alaska organizer)
1938
11/16
Miscellaneous
1937-1945
11/17-11/18
SERIES VII : PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE--Officers
1938-1944
Box/Folder
11/17
Mori, Prudencio P.
1939, 1943-1944
11/18
Ventura, Mamerto S.
1938, 1941, 1943
11/19-11/35
SERIES VIII : INTERNAL CORRESPONDENCE--Delegates & Organizers
1938-1944
Box/Folder
11/19-20
Alaska Pacific Salmon Co., Excursion Inlet, Kate, Port Althorp, Rose Inlet, Sand Point, Sunny Point, Ketchikan
1938-1940, 1943
11/21
Red Salmon Packing Co., Hawk Inlet, Narnek, Egigik, Carmel
1938-1939
11/22
P.E. Harris Co., False Pass, Hawk Inlet
1938-1940, 1942-1943
11/23
InterCoastal Packing Co., S.S. Ogantz
1939
11/24
Kadiak Fisheries, Port Bailey
1938-1939
11/25-26
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Yakutat, Libbyville, Kenai, Koggeoung, Taku Harbor, Craig, George Inlet
1938-1940, 1943
11/27
Nakat Packing Co., Waterfall, Union Bay, Hidden Inlet
1938-1939
11/28
New England Fish Co., Cordova, Ketchikan, Noyes Island
1938-1939, 1944
11/29
Pacific American Fisheries, Nornek, Shumigan, Alitak, Squaw Harbor
1938-1939
11/30
San Juan Fishing & Packing Co., Port San Juan, Uganik Bay, Sawmill Bay
1938-1939
11/31
Delegates--Miscellaneous
1938-1939, 1943
11/32-33
Delegates--Telegrams
1938-1939
11/34-35
Delegates--Reports from canneries
1944
11/36-12/25
SERIES IX : INTERNAL CORRESPONDENCE--Members
1937-1945
12/26-12/33
SERIES X : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--Membership Inquiries
1938-1946
12/34-12/37
SERIES XI : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--Regarding:
1938-1944
Box/Folder
12/34
Advertising and publicity
1944
12/35
American Ramie Company
1938
12/36
Leaves of Absence
1938-1940
12/37
4 days picket Deductions--Sunnypoint--Beagle Packaging Company
1939
13/1-14/29
SERIES XII : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--External
1937-1944
Box/Folder
13/1
Alaska. Territory of 1940
13/2
Alaska. Unemployment Compensation Commission
1940-1943
13/3
Alaska Pacific Salmon Company
1937-1940
13/4
Alaska Packers Association
1944
13/5-13/10 1939-1945
13/11
Alaska Travel Control Bureau
1943-1944
13/12
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born
1938-1941
13/13
Anderson, George--Attorney
1938-1944
13/14
Arcade Building and Realty Company
1939-1940
13/15
Astoria & Puget Sound Canning Company
1937-1944
13/16
Miscellaneous A
1937-1945
13/17
Harry Bridges Defense Committee
1939-1941
13/18
Henry Broderick, Inc.
1940-1942
13/19
Buildings Trade Council, Seattle
1944
13/20
Miscellaneous B
1937-1944
13/21
Canadian Bank of Commerce
1938-1944
13/22 1938-1940
13/23
Central Labor Council, Juneau
1936-1938
13/24
Central Labor Council, Seattle
1937-1938
13/25
C.I.O. California Research Director
1944
13/25a
C.I.O.
1938-1947
13/25b
C.I.O. Northwest Region
1937-1947
13/26
Committee for the Celebration of the President's Birthday
1939
13/27
Copper River Packing Co.
1937-1944
13/28
Miscellaneous C
1937-1944
13/29
De Lacy, Hugh
1939-1940
13/30
Miscellaneous D
1937-1944
13/31
Miscellaneous E
1938
13/32
Farwest Fisherman, Inc.
1939
13/33
Federated Fishermens Council of the Pacific Coast
1938-1939
13/34
Fidalgo Island Packing Company
1944
13/35
Filipino-American Citizenship Council
1939-1940
13/36
Four Stores Garage
1939-1940
13/37
Miscellaneous F
1938-1944
13/38
Gershon, Perry R.--Attorney
1940-1945
3/39
W.R. Gilbert Packing Co.
1942
13/40
Goodrich, W.F.
1940
13/41
Miscellaneous G
1937-1939
13/42
G.P. Halferty and Company
1944
13/43
P.E. Harris and Company
1937-1944
13/44
Hood Bay Salmon Company
1944
13/45
Miscellaneous H
1937-1942
13/46
Institute of International Relations
1944
13/47
International Labor Defense
1943-1944
13/48
International Workers Order
1938
13/49
Miscellaneous I
1937-1940
13/50
Japanese Growers Association
1938
13/51
Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee
1944
13/52
Miscellaneous J
1944
13/53
King County Welfare Department
1938
13/54
King-Ramsay-Conner Defense Committee
1940
13/55
Kingston, Ross--Attorney
1938-1939
13/56
Kirk Manufacturing Co.
1940
13/57
Miscellaneous K
1937-1944
13/58
Labor Committee on the Oklahoma Criminal Syndicalism Case
1942-1943
13/59
Labor Consumers League
1944
13/60
Labor Unions Relief Council
1938-1939
13/61
Labors Non-Partisan League
1939-1940
13/62
Lauckhart, W.J.
1939-1944
13/63
Libby, McNeill & Libby Co.
1938-1944
13/64
Lutheran Compass Mission
1944
13/65
Miscellaneous L
1937-1943
13/66
Metzger-Parker Co.
1944
13/67
Vincent D. Miller, Inc.
1943-1944
13/68
Molthan, James J.--Attorney
1937-1938
13/69
Miscellaneous M
1938-1941
13/70
Nakat Packing Co.
1937-1944
13/71
National Labor Bureau
1943-1944
13/72
National Maritime Union of America
1939-1944
13/73
New England Fish Co.
1937-1944
13/74
Newspapers
1938-1939
13/75
Miscellaneous N
1939-1944
13/76
Miscellaneous O
1938
13/77
Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
1937-1944
13/79
Pacific Fishermen
1940-1944
13/80
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.
1939-1944
13/81
Peoples National Bank of Washington
1943-1944
13/82-84
Philippines, Resident Commissioner
1939-1940
13/85
Pioneer Seafoods Co.
1937-1944
13/86
Postal Telegraph--Cable Co.
1939-1941
13/87
Prentice--Hall Inc.
1938-1940
13/88
Prince William Sound Fishermen's Union
1939-1940
13/89
Miscellaneous P
1937-1944
13/90
Red Salmon Canning Co.
1938-1944
13/91
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Inc.
1939
13/92
Miscellaneous R
1938
13/93
Seattle. City of
1938-1944
13/94
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
1939-1942
13/95
Sebastian--Stuart Fish Co.
1937-1944
13/96
Miscellaneous S
1936-1944
13/97
Miscellaneous T
1940-1944
13/98
Uganik Fisheries, Inc.
1937-1944
13/99
U.S. Army. First Filipino Infantry
1942-1943
13/100
U.S. Congress and White House
1937-1944
13/101
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1938-1944
13/102
U.S. Federal Security Agency--Social Security Board
1938-1944
13/103
U.S. Interior Dept.
1940-1944
13/104
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1943-1944
13/105
U.S. Justice Dept.--Prisons & Parole Boards
1938-1944
13/106
U.S. Justice Dept.--Immigration & Naturalization
1942-1945
13/107
U.S. Labor Dept.
1938-1944
3/108
U.S. Maritime Commission
1940
4/1-4
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1938-1940, 1944
14/5
U.S. National War Labor Board
1943-1944
14/6
U.S. Office of Price Administration--Rationing Boards
1943-1944
14/7-12
U.S. Selective Service
1941-1944
14/13
U.S. Selective Service--Deferment Applications
1942
14/14
U.S. Selective Service--Notices of Classification
1942
14/15
U.S. State Dept. Visa Division
1944
14/16
U.S. War Dept.
1944
14/17
U.S. War Manpower Commission
1943-1944
14/18
U.S.--Various Government Agencies
1939-1945
14/19
Miscellaneous U
1938-1940
14/20
Washington State (Various agencies)
1938-1943
14/21
Washington. University
1939-1942
14/22
Washington Pension Union
1940
14/23
Western Union Telegraph Co.
1939-1944
14/24
L.G. Wingard Packing Co.
1943-1944
14/25
Women's Committee for Peace
1940
14/26
Miscellaneous W
1937-1944
14/27-28
Miscellaneous Y-Z
1938-1940
14/29
Unidentified
1940
14/30
SERIES XIII : ADMINISTRATIVE MEMORANDA
1944
14/31-15/20
SERIES XIV :  SUBJECT SERIES
1936-1945
Box/Folder
14/31 1938
14/32
Alaska Salmon Industry, Inc.
1943
14/33
Alaska Travel Control--for passes
1943
14/34
Ayamo--AFL-SIU
1939-1940
14/35
Bills--U.S. Congress
1935-1940
14/36
Bills--Washington State Legislature
1943
14/37
Bristol Bay Area Resident Workers
1944
14/38
Building & Offices
1940-1945
14/39
Burial Fund
1937-1940
15/9
Supplements
1937-1938
15/10
UCAPAWA Literature
1940-1944
15/11
Unemployed and Registrations
1937-1938
15/12
Unemployment
1937-1940
15/13
Unemployment Compensation
1940-1942
15/14
Union Dues Rates
1941-1945
15/15
Union Hall
1937-1939
15/16
Union Building & Offices
1941
15/17
U.S. War Manpower Commission Retention of Experienced Cannery Workers
1942-1943
15/18
War Bonds
1942-1944
15/19
War Production Board
Undated
15/20
Wagner Act--opinions, decisions, interpretation of 1936-1938
1936-1938
15/21-46
SERIES XV :  ELECTIONS
1937-1945
15/47-16/23
SERIES XVI : NEGOTIATIONS, CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS
1937-1946
16/24-16/54
SERIES XVII : CASE FILES
1936-1944
Box/Folder
16/24
C.A. Abella re: Alitak Foremen
1944
16/26
A.P.A. Discrimination Case
1943
16/27
Bautista and Sevilla (Craig Cannery)
1938
16/28
Irvin Bluestiens Case--Sunny Point
1938
16/29
Cases Pending
1938
16/30
Craig Case (Craig Packing Co.--formerly Lindenberger Co.
1942
16/31
Culinary Department--Ships Enroute--Bristol Bay
1943
16/32
CWFLU #7 Investigation Committee
1938
16/33
CWFLU #7 vs Glacier Seafood Company
1937-1938
16/34
CWFLU #7 vs Pioneer Seafoods
1938
16/35-16/37
Duyungan--Simon Memorial Fund
1936-1939
16/38
Foremen--assignments, cases, complaints, etc.
1938
16/39
Ricardo S. Garo--burial costs
1937
16/40
Owen Huskins and Raymund Johnson Case vs Pacific American Fisheries
1938
16/41
List of complaints filed to NLRB by individuals
Undated
16/42 F. Mauli--burial fund 1939
Box/Folder
16/43
Nellie Juan Case
1942
16/44
Ted Niedo Case
1943
16/45
NLRB--charges of unfair labor practices against Canned Salmon Inc.
1938
16/46
Petersburg Cannery
1943
16/47
S.S. Quezon Case (losses)
1941
16/48
Tanguilig, Leo and Descargar, Rufino--deceased
1939
16/49
Harry Thibedeau vs California Packing Company
1937
16/50-16/53
Ponce Torres
1937-1940
16/54
Baselizo G. Villalobos Case
1944
16/54
SERIES XVIII : COURT EXHIBITS--Local #7--San Francisco Branch
1929-1944
16/56-16/63
SERIES XIX : COURT PAPERS
1938-1940
Box/Folder
16/56
Margaret Buyungan vs CWFLU #18257/#7
1939
16/57
CWFLU vs AFL
1937
16/58-60
J.E. Evangelista vs CWFLU #7
1939-1940
16/61
Kohler et. al. (CWFLU #7 members) vs Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
1939
16/62
Labonite vs CWFLU #7
1938
16/63
UCAPAWA vs Alaska Fish Cannery Workers of the Pacific (John Ayamo)
1940
17/1-17/9
SERIES XX : HEARINGS--U.S. Labor Relations Board
1941-1945
Box/Folder
17/2-4
Miscellaneous
1943-1944
17/5-9
Alaska Salmon Industry vs UCAPAWA #7
1942-1945
17/10-17/22
SERIES XXI : TRIALS AND HEARINGS--Internal
1938-1944
Box/Folder
17/10
Summons for Trials and Investigations
1938-1940
17/11
Lucero vs Briones--Proceedings and Minutes of Executive Council
1943
7/12
Lucero vs Briones--Exhibits
1943
17/13
Rendon Hearing--Original Recording
1944
17/14
Rendon Case--Proceedings and Minutes--Trial and Review
1944
17/15-16
Navea Trial--Proceedings
1944
17/17-18
Navea Case--Arguments at Trial
1944
17/19
Navea Case--Exhibits
1944
17/20
Proceedings of Navea Case--Trial and Summary
1944
17/21
Trial of A. Bosconcillo and J. Monso
1944
17/22
Trial of T. Reyes--incl. Board Meeting Minutes
1939
17/23-17/30 1937-1944
17/31-17/38
SERIES XXIII : RULES
1937-1943
17/39-18/5 1937-1945, Undated
18/6-18/14
SERIES XXV : NEWSLETTERS
1937-1943
Box/Folder
18/6-12 1937-1943
18/13
Local 5
1938-1942
18/14
Local 226
1939
18/15-18/18
SERIES XXVI : UCAPAWA
1939-1944
Box/Folder
18/16
Labor Relations Report
1943-1945
18/17
Labor's Non-Partisan League
1940
18/18
Others
1937-1938
18/19-18/22
SERIES XXVII : FOREMAN APPLICATIONS AND LISTS
1937-1945
18/23-18/28
SERIES XXVIII : RESOLUTIONS
1938-1940
18/29-18/35
SERIES IXXX :  PETITIONS AND AFFIDAVITS
1938-1940
18/36-18/39
SERIES XXX :  NEWS RELEASES
1937-1944
18/40-18/45 1937-1944
18/46-18/56
SERIES XXXII : CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS
1937-1944
Box/Folder
18/46-47
UCAPAWA National Convention
1938, 1944
18/48-50
Federated Fishermens Council of the Pacific
1937-1938
18/51
Alaska Cannery Foremen and Delegates
1937
18/52
All Alaska Labor Convention
1940, 1942
18/53
Cannery Workers Foremen's Conference
1939
18/54
Public Power Conference
1942
18/55
United Fishermen's Union of the Pacific
1938
18/56
Miscellaneous
1941
19/1-19/2
SERIES XXXIII : PROGRAMS
1937-1942
19/3-19/7
SERIES XXXIV : EPHEMERA
1936-1944
Box/Folder
19/3
A.F.L. Leaflets
Undated
19/4
Re: U.S. Government & Philippines
1936-1942
19/5
Union Related
1937-1945
19/6
Regarding World War II
1942-1943
19/7
Miscellaneous
1939-1944
19/8
SERIES XXXV : BUTTON--CWFLU #7
1939
19/9
SERIES XXXVI : NOTES
Undated
19/10-19/15
SERIES XXXVII : PHOTOGRAPHS--Crew
1940-1941
Box/Folder
19/10
Pacific American Fisheries--Alitak Cannery
1941
19/11
San Juan Fish Packaging Co.--Uganik-San Juan Cannery
1940
19/12
Kadiak Fisheries Co.--Port Bailey Cannery
1940
19/13
Libby, McNeill & Libby--Kenai Cannery
1941
19/14
Wards Cove Packaging Co.--Wards Cove Ketchikan Cannery
1940
19/15
Libby, McNeill & Libby--Yakutat Cannery
1940
19/16-19/17
SERIES XXXVIII : PHOTOGRAPHS
1944
Box/Folder
19/16
Abella Case (originally from "claims")
1944
19/17
Unidentified
Undated
19/18
SERIES IXXXX : PAYROLL RECORDS
1937
19/19
SERIES XXXX : CLIPPINGS
1938-1939
19/20
SERIES XXXXI : BULLETINS--Union
1936-1939
19/21
SERIES XXXXII : MAILINGS
1937-1942
19/22
SERIES XXXXIII : BLANK FORMS--miscellaneous
Undated
BLANK FORMS-miscellaneous
1938-1943
Box/Folder
19/23
Miscellaneous
1938-1943
19/24
Cannery Food Supplies
Undated
19/25
Costs and Pack Values
c. 1940
SERIES XXXXIV : LISTS
1938-1940
Box/Folder
19/26
SERIES XXXXV : ARTWORK
Undated
19/27
Subgroup A : Budget Committee
1941-1942
19/27
Subgroup B : California Delegation
1939-1940
19/29
Subgroup C : Cooks Committee
1940
19/30-19/34
Subgroup D : Delegates Committee
1939-1941, Undated
Box/Folder
19/30
Minutes, Reports, Lists & Misc.
1939-1941
19/31-32
Applications
Undated
19/33
Questionnaires
Undated
19/34
Blank Questionnaires
Undated
19/35
Subgroup E : Committee on Disciplinary Rules
1938
19/36
Subgroup F : Educational Committee
1940
19/37-19/50
Subgroup G : Foremen's Qualifying Committee
1937-1941
Box/Folder
19/37
Letters of Complaint
1937
19/38-19/41
Applications
1938-1941
19/42
Lists of foremen and foremen applicants
1938
19/43-19/44
Minutes and Rules
1938, 1940
19/45
Foremen's Conference
1939
19/46
Recommendations for foremen applicants
1940
19/47
Letters re: Foremen positions
1940
19/48
Notes
1940
19/49
Memorandum
1941
19/50
Miscellaneous
1938
19/51-19/52
Subgroup H : Grievance Committee
1937, Undated
Box/Folder
19/51
Claims for extra pay
1937
19/52
Grievances of members & employers
1937, Undated
19/53-19/65
Subgroup I : Investigation Committee
1937-1940
Box/Folder
19/53
Series I: Complaints Regarding Foremen Delegates
1937-1938
19/54-19/61
Series II: Delegates' Reports
1939
Box/Folder
19/54
Libby, McNeill & Libby
1939
19/55
Nakat Packing Company
1939
19/56
Alaska Pacific Salmon Co.
1939
19/57
Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
1939
19/58
P.E. Harris Company
1939
19/59
Copper River Packaging Co./San Juan Fish Packaging Co.
1939
19/60
Pioneer Seafoods/Hood Bay; Kadiak/Sebastian Stuart/Emard/Alaska Red Salmon/ Peril Straights
1939
19/61
New England Fish Co./Alaska Southern Packaging Co.
1939
19/62
Series III: Summons
1940
19/63-19/65
Series IV: Miscellaney
1938-1940
20/1
Subgroup J : Political Welfare Committee
1938-1939
20/2-20/3
Subgroup K : Relief Committee
1937-1938, Undated
20/4
Subgroup L : Special Committee Studying Conditions of #7
1939-1940
20/5
Subgroup M : Strategy Committee
1938
20/6-20/20
Subgroup N : Farm Division
1937-1941
Box/Folder
20/6-20/13
SERIES I : GENERAL RECORDS
1937-1941
Box/Folder
20/6
General Correspondence
1938-1940
20/7
Minutes
1938-1940
20/8
Petitions & Authorizations
1940
20/9
Membership Records
1937-1938
20/10
Agreements Bainbridge Island
1938-1940
20/11
General Correspondence
1937-1941
20/12
Agreement & Petitions
1937-1941
20/13
Authorizations & Lists
1937-1941
20/14-20/18
SERIES II : AUBURN-KENT AREA
1941, Undated
Box/Folder
20/14
Outgoing Letters
1941
20/15
Notes
Undated
20/16
Minutes & Lists
1941
20/17
Agreements
1941
20/18
Membership applications & cards--postal receipts
1941
20/19
SERIES III : KENT, ORILLA, O'BRIEN & VICINITY
Undated
Box/Folder
20/19
Petition
Undated
20/20
SERIES IV : PUYALLUP AREA (SUMNER)
1940
Box/Folder
20/20
Incoming Letters
1940
20/21-20/22
Subgroup O : UCAPAWA, Local #1--Yakima Valley
1937-1938
Box/Folder
20/21
General Correspondence--Mostly Harry V. Olson, Sec. Dist. 1 UCAPAWA
1937-1938
20/22
Minutes, Lists, Financial, Contracts
1937
20/23
Subgroup P : Port Althorp
1939
Box/Folder
20/23
Minutes
1939
Subgroup Q : UCAPAWA, International Represenative/Business Agent
Box/Folder
20/24-20/29
SERIES I : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
1943-1944
Box/Folder
20/24-26
UCAPAWA
1943-1944
20/27
UCAPAWA--Donald Henderson
1943
20/28
UCAPAWA--Dixie Tiller
1943
20/29
UCAPAWA--Legislative & Research Department
1943-1944
20/30-20/37
SERIES II : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--LOCAL & BRANCHES
1943-1944
Box/Folder
20/30
Local #5, San Francisco
1943-1944
20/31
Local #7, False Pass, Alaska
1943- 1944
20/32
Local # 7-2, Seattle
1943
20/33
Local #222, Petersburg, Alaska
1943
20/34
Local # 226, Portland
1943
20/35
Local #237, Ketchikan, Alaska
1943
20/36
Local # 263, Hoonah, Alaska
1943-1944
20/37
Local # 269, Juneau, Alaska
1943
20/38-20/46
SERIES III : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
1939-1944
Box/Folder
20/38
Alaska Delegates
1943
20/39
Rose Delama-- S.E. Alaska Cannery Workers
1943-1944
20/40
Anthony Dimond--Delegate, Territory of Alaska
1943
20/41
Personal Correspondence of A.E. Harding
1943
20/42
U.S. National War Labor Board
1943- 1944
20/43
U.S. O.P.A. For Additional Gas Allowance
1943-1944
20/44
U.S. War Manpower Commission
1943
20/45
Van Griffin and Gershon, Attorneys
1939-1943
20/46
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1940-1943
20/47-20/53
SERIES IV : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE--REGARDING: BLACKLISTING
1943-1944
Box/Folder
20/47
Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
1943-1944
20/48
Emard Packing Co.
1944
20/49
New England Fish Co.
1943-1944
20/50
Red Salmon Canning Co.
1943
20/51
Kadiak Fisheries, Inc.
1943
20/52
Parks Canning Co.
1943-1944
20/53
Peninsula Packing Company
1943
20/54-20/66
SERIES V : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE RE:
1942-1944
Box/Folder
20/54
Men Justifiably Fired
1943
20/55
Back-Door Maneuvering
1942-1943
20/56
Bristol Bay Jurisdictional Dispute
1944
20/57
Bristol Bay Resident Workers
1943-1944
20/58
Chignik Residents
1944
20/59
Clearance of Workers With War Department For
1943-1944
20/60-61
Copper River Case on Overtime Claim for Painting
1943-1944
20/62
Exemptions from Executive Order 9240
1943
20/63
Jobs Through Other Unions
1943
20/64
Oregon Fruit & Vegetable Canneries
1943
20/65
Provisions For Electing Harding Business Agent
1943
20/66
Racial Discrimination
1943
Subgroup R : UCAPAWA. International Representative--(Steve Glumaz)
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
21/35-24/86
Subgroup A :  General Records
1933-1950
25/1-25/22
Subgroup B : FTA. Regional Director/International Organizer (Robert Kinney, Wendal Phillips)
1946-1950
25/23-26/2
Subgroup C : FTA. Oregon State Director/International Organizer (Frank T. Patterson)
1944-1949
26/3-26/5
Subgroup D : Election Committee
1945, 1947
26/6
Subgroup E : Election Investigation Committee
1949
26/7
Subgroup F : Emergency Committee
1947
26/8
Subgroup G : Foremens Meetings
1946
26/9-10
Subgroup H : Grievance Committee
1945(?)-1947
26/11
Subgroup I : Organizing Committee
1947
26/12
Subgroup J : Rank and File Committee
1947-1948
26/13
Subgroup K : Trial Committee
1949

RECORD GROUP 5 :    INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S & WAREHOUSEMEN'S UNION, LOCAL 37, 1943-1987Return to Top

Container(s): Box-folder 26/14-33/57

Container(s) Description Dates
Subgroup A : General Records
Box/Folder
33/19
Subgroup B : Committe for Justice for Domingo and Viernes
1981-1984
33/20
Subgroup C : ILWU. Local 37. Fact Finding Committee
1954
33/21-33/56 1975-1982
33/57
Subgroup E : Valdez, Gregorio A.
1952-1954

RECORD GROUP 6 :  EXTERNAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONAL PAPERS, 1915-1979Return to Top

Container(s): Box-folder 33/58-37/12

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
33/58-33/59
Subgroup A : Cannery and Agricultural Workers Benevolent Association
1937
33/60
Subgroup B : Filipino Community of Seattle
1952-1959
33/61
Subgroup C : Filipino Unemployed Cititzen’s League (Filipino Community Welfare League)
1933
33/62-34/20
Subgroup D : Maritime Federation of the Pacific
1936-1941
34/21-34/30
Subgroup E : Pacific Coast Fisheries Organization and Coordinating Committee
1937-1939
34/31-34/51
Subgroup F : Seattle Industrial Labor Union Council (Seattle CIO Council)
1937-1948
34/52-34/59
Subgroup G : Washington Commonwealth Federation
1938-1948
34/60-35/13
Subgroup H : Washington State Industrial Union Council (Washington CIO)
1938-1950
35/14-35/29
Subgroup I : Velasco, Victorio Personal Papers
A small subgroup was created for papers of Victoria Velasco which were found in various places throughout the records. These papers primarily reflect Velasco's involvement with other unions and a small amount related to non-union activities.
1928-1968
35/30-37/12
Subgroup J : Viernes, Gene Personal Papers
1937-1980
Box/Folder
35/30-36/47
Part 1 General Files
Box/Folder
35/30
SERIES I : HISTORICAL FEATURES - “BRIEF HISTORY OF LOCAL SEVEN (FTA-CIO)”
1950
35/31-35/34 1953-1979
37/2
SERIES III : INTRA-ORGANIZATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE - ILWU # 37
35/35-35/36
SERIES IV : OUTGOING LETTERS OF:
1947-1978
35/37-35/39
SERIES V : GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE
1947-1974
35/40-35/42
SERIES VI : REPORTS
1915-1977
35/43-35/48
SERIES VII : SPEECHES AND WRITINGS
1937-1977, Undated
35/49-35/53
SERIES VIII : CONTRACTS
1973-1979
35/54
SERIES IX : LEGAL PAPERS - NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD CASES
1948, 1978
35/55
SERIES X : COURT PAPERS
1947-194
35/56
SERIES XI : FINANCIAL RECORDS
1946-1970
35/57-36/1
SERIES XII : TRANSCRIPTS
1936-1939
36/1
SERIES XIII : FORMS
Undated
36/2-36/3
SERIES XIV : LISTS
1942-1976, Undated
36/4-36/5
SERIES XV : PETITION
1977, Undated
36/6
SERIES XVI : PROGRAMS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
1952, Undated
36/8
SERIES XVII : PAMPHLETS
1948
36/9-36/11
SERIES XVIII : PUBLICATIONS
1971-1977
36/12-36/13
SERIES IXX : PHOTOGRAPHS
1973, Undated
36/14
SERIES XX : NOTES - ILWU # 37
1968
36/15
SERIES XXI : EPHEMERA
1952-1979
36/16-36/31; Oversize VF36
SERIES XXII : NEWSLETTERS
1922-1979
36/32-36/47
SERIES XXIII : CLIPPINGS
1929-1980
36/47
SERIES XXIV : PROCESSING NOTES
Undated
Part 2 Alaska Cannery Workers Association

RECORD GROUP 7 :  MISCELLANEOUS SERIESReturn to Top

Container(s): Box-folder 38-53; Oversized VF 36

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
38 & Oversized VF 36
PHOTOGRAPHS
39-53
DISPATCHING, CREW LISTS, MEMBERSHIP AND FINANCIAL RECORDS (Unsorted)
ca.1930s-1980

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Labor unions--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union. Local 7 (Seattle, Wash.)--Archives
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Baruso, Constantine (creator)
    • Hatten, C. T (creator)
    • Jackson, Roy, 1916-2000 (creator)
    • Mensalvas, Chris D.,  -1977 (creator)
    • Corporate Names :
    • Alaska Cannery Workers Association (creator)
    • Alaska Salmon Industry, Inc (creator)
    • Cannery Workers Benevolent Association (creator)
    • Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.) (creator)
    • Food, Tobacco, Agricultural, and Allied Workers Union of America (creator)
    • International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (creator)
    • International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Local 37 (Seattle, Wash.) (creator)
    • Labor Archives of Washington (University of Washington) (creator)
    • Maritime Federation of the Pacific Coast (creator)
    • Nakat Packing Corporation (creator)
    • New England Fish Company (creator)
    • Pacific American Fisheries, Inc (creator)
    • United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America (creator)
    • United States. National Labor Relations Board (creator)
    • Washington Commonwealth Federation (creator)
    • Washington Industrial Union Council (creator)

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  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)